docker ruby bindings remote list ignores arguments
When running the following ruby code:
require 'pulp_docker_client' config = PulpDockerClient::Configuration.new do |c| c.username = 'admin' c.password = 'password' c.debugging = true c.host = 'localhost:24817' end api = PulpDockerClient::RemotesDockerApi.new(PulpDockerClient::ApiClient.new(config)) api.list(:name => 'foo')
the following request was previously generated:
but now, starting with 4.0.0b6.dev01563975458 it generates this request:
which no longer filters on the name.
Here's the output from the latest gem showing it returning a remote that does not match:
=> #<PulpDockerClient::InlineResponse2004:0x00000000076fbd58 @count=1, @results=[#<PulpDockerClient::DockerRemote:0x00000000076fb998 @policy="immediate", @_href="/pulp/api/v3/remotes/docker/docker/db219d5c-fe24-4c30-9ee9-44a361ed14a7/", @_created=Wed, 24 Jul 2019 15:10:42 +0000, @_type="docker.docker", @name="Default_Organization-Test-busybox-library", @url="http://docker.io", @ssl_validation=true, @_last_updated=Wed, 24 Jul 2019 15:10:42 +0000, @download_concurrency=20, @upstream_name="busybox">]>
notice the name value it returned is not 'foo'
#4 Updated by email@example.com 7 months ago
- Status changed from ASSIGNED to MODIFIED
I've pushed a new openapi-generator-cli.jar to fedorapeople.org. I'll update my openapi-generator PR with the change also.
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