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<#@ template debug="false" hostspecific="false" language="C#" #>
<#@ assembly name="System.Core" #>
<#@ import namespace="System.Linq" #>
<#@ assembly name="$(SolutionDir)Kittens.Web\bin\Kittens.Web.dll "#>
<#@ output extension=".ts" #>
export class KittensRoutes {
<#
// Get a collection of the constants in the class
var constants = typeof(Kittens.Web.KittensRoutes).GetFields();
// Pull out any parameters, e.g. {kittenId}
var paramsRegex = new System.Text.RegularExpressions.Regex(@"(?!{)[a-zA-Z]+?(?=})");
foreach(var c in constants)
{
// The url is the value of the contant
var url = c.GetRawConstantValue().ToString();
// The new name is a camel case version of the constant name
var name = c.Name.First().ToString().ToLower() + c.Name.Substring(1);
// Find any parameters in the url, and turn them into TS parameter syntax
var matches = paramsRegex.Matches(url);
var array = matches.Cast<System.Text.RegularExpressions.Match>().Select(x => x + ": any").ToArray();
var arguments = String.Join(", ", array);
// If there are parameters, make a function that accepts them and uses them in a template string
if (matches.Count > 0) { #>
static <#= name #>(<#= arguments #>): string {
return `<#= url.Replace("{", "${") #>`;
}
<#
}
else {
// A property will suffice if there are no parameters
#>
static readonly <#= name #> = '<#= url #>';
<#
}
}
#>}
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