[Pulp-dev] Bindings' limitations

Grant Gainey ggainey at redhat.com
Wed Feb 12 14:25:45 UTC 2020

The whole point to having generated bindings is to prevent a client-tool
from passing bogus data into Pulp, failing early and loudly so the
client-author can *fix their code/assumptions*. Yes, that does make it hard
to use the generated bindings to test bad-data-cases - but to me, that's
just the price to be paid for the bindings doing the right thing in the
real-world case of "I'm trying to write a tool to use Pulp, not to break

I would be *very* hesitant to make changes that make it easier to sneak
"bad data" through the bindings-interfaces.

Just my $0.02
Grant Gainey
Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat System Management Engineering
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