Rapicgen 1.10.6

dotnet tool install --global Rapicgen --version 1.10.6                
This package contains a .NET tool you can call from the shell/command line.
dotnet new tool-manifest # if you are setting up this repo
dotnet tool install --local Rapicgen --version 1.10.6                
This package contains a .NET tool you can call from the shell/command line.
#tool dotnet:?package=Rapicgen&version=1.10.6                
nuke :add-package Rapicgen --version 1.10.6                

Cross Platform Command Line Tool

All custom tools mentioned above are also implemented in a cross platform command line application

Requirements

  • .NET 6.0 runtime
  • Java Runtime Environment
  • NPM

Installation

The tool can be installed as a .NET Core global tool that you can call from the shell / command line

dotnet tool install --global rapicgen

or by following the instructions here to install a specific version of tool

Usage

Since the tool is published as a .NET Core Tool, it can be launched from anywhere using any command line interface by calling rapicgen. The help information is displayed when not specifying any arguments to rapicgen

Usage: rapicgen [command] [options]

Options:
  -v|--verbose       Show verbose output
  -?|-h|--help       Show help information.

Commands:
  csharp             Generate C# API clients
  jmeter             Generate Apache JMeter test plans
  openapi-generator  Generate code using OpenAPI Generator (v7.7.0).
                     See supported generators at https://openapi-generator.tech/docs/generators/
  typescript         Generate TypeScript API clients

Run 'rapicgen [command] -?|-h|--help' for more information about a command.

Some help information is also provided per command and can be launched by

rapicgen [command name] -?

or

rapicgen [command name] [sub command name] -?

For example:

rapicgen csharp -?

will output this:

Generate C# API clients

Usage: rapicgen csharp [command] [options]

Options:
  -?|-h|--help  Show help information.

Commands:
  autorest      AutoRest (v3.0.0-beta.20210504.2)
  kiota         Microsoft Kiota (v1.16.0)
  nswag         NSwag (v14.0.8)
  openapi       OpenAPI Generator (v7.7.0)
  refitter      Refitter (v1.1.1)
  swagger       Swagger Codegen CLI (v3.0.34)

Run 'csharp [command] -?|-h|--help' for more information about a command.

and

rapicgen csharp autorest -?

will output this:

Generate Swagger / Open API client using AutoRest

Usage: run autorest [options] <swaggerFile> <namespace> <outputFile>

Arguments:
  swaggerFile   Path to the Swagger / Open API specification file
  namespace     Default namespace to in the generated code
  outputFile    Output filename to write the generated code to. Default is the swaggerFile .cs

Options:
  -?|-h|--help  Show help information

or

rapicgen typescript -?

will output this:

Generate TypeScript API client

Usage: rapicgen typescript [options] <generator> <swaggerFile> <outputPath>

Arguments:
  generator         The tech stack to use for the generated client library
                    Allowed values are: Angular, Aurelia, Axios, Fetch, Inversify, JQuery, NestJS, Node, ReduxQuery,
                    Rxjs.
                    Default value is: Angular.
  swaggerFile       Path to the Swagger / Open API specification file
  outputPath        Output folder to write the generated code to
                    Default value is: typescript-generated-code.

Options:
  -nl|--no-logging  Disables Analytics and Error Reporting
  -?|-h|--help      Show help information.

Usage Examples

Let's say we have a OpenAPI Specifications document called Swagger.json

For starters, we can use the Swagger Petstore spec. Here's an example powershell script for downloading it

Invoke-WebRequest -Uri https://petstore.swagger.io/v3/swagger.json -OutFile Swagger.json

In case you don't have the CLI tool installed you can install it by

dotnet tool install --global rapicgen

Here's an example of how to generate code using AutoRest

rapicgen csharp autorest Swagger.json GeneratedCode ./AutoRestOutput.cs

Here's an example of how to generate code using Kiota

rapicgen csharp kiota Swagger.json GeneratedCode ./OpenApiOutput.cs

Here's an example of how to generate code using NSwag

rapicgen csharp nswag Swagger.json GeneratedCode ./NSwagOutput.cs

Here's an example of how to generate code using Swagger Codegen CLI

rapicgen csharp swagger Swagger.json GeneratedCode ./SwaggerOutput.cs

Here's an example of how to generate code using OpenAPI Generator

rapicgen csharp openapi Swagger.json GeneratedCode ./OpenApiOutput.cs

Here's an example of how to generate code JMeter test plans

rapicgen jmeter Swagger.json

Here's an example of how to generate code for TypeScript

rapicgen typescript Angular Swagger.json
Product Compatible and additional computed target framework versions.
.NET net8.0 is compatible.  net8.0-android was computed.  net8.0-browser was computed.  net8.0-ios was computed.  net8.0-maccatalyst was computed.  net8.0-macos was computed.  net8.0-tvos was computed.  net8.0-windows was computed. 
Compatible target framework(s)
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