OpenAPI Generator allows generation of API client libraries (SDK generation), server stubs, documentation and configuration automatically given an OpenAPI Spec (v2, v3)
The generator is actually pretty powerful. There are annotations in the api docs that you can, via updating the mustache templates in the generator, comment the generated code. It's possible to generate docs from the generated code as well - im not sure if there is a library to do this in rust, but I know other languages can.
Unofficial Rust bindings for IBM Watson
Hi there everyone. I noticed IBM doesn't have Rust SDK for Watson so I just started working on it a little while ago. You can find it here: ibm-watson
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The node-sdk-core repository contains core functionality required by code generated by the IBM OpenAPI SDK Generator.
Also, it looks like the SDKs all depend on a "core" for each language that handles all of the common request functionality - presumably so other generated SDKs can leverage the same code to make their requests.
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