deprecatedquery

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deprecatedquery finds a deprecated query in your GraphQL query files.

# In your schema
type User {
    id: ID!
    addr: String! @deprecated(reason: "use address instead")
    address: String!
}

# Query
query user {
    user {
        addr # want "addr is deprecated reason: use address instead"
    }
}

How to use

A runnable linter can be created with multichecker package. You can create own linter with your favorite Analyzers.

package main

import (
	"flag"
	"github.com/gqlgo/deprecatedquery"
	"github.com/gqlgo/gqlanalysis/multichecker"
)

func main() {
	var excludes string
	flag.StringVar(&excludes, "excludes", "", "exclude GraphQL query field name. it can specify multiple values separated by `,`")
	flag.Parse()

	multichecker.Main(
		deprecatedquery.Analyzer(excludes),
	)
}

deprecatedquery provides a typical main function and you can install with go install command.

$ go install github.com/gqlgo/deprecatedquery/cmd/[email protected]

The deprecatedquery command has two flags, schema and query which will be parsed and analyzed by deprecatedquery’s Analyzer.

$ deprecatedquery -schema="server/graphql/schema/**/*.graphql" -query="client/**/*.graphql" -excludes="field1,field2"

The default value of schema is “schema/*/**.graphql” and query is query/*/**.graphql.

Author

Appify Technologies, Inc.

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