Struct ruma_client_api::r0::tag::delete_tag::Request[][src]

pub struct Request<'a> {
    pub user_id: &'a UserId,
    pub room_id: &'a RoomId,
    pub tag: &'a str,
}
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Data for a request to the delete_tag API endpoint.

Remove a tag from a room.

Fields

user_id: &'a UserId

The user whose tag will be deleted.

room_id: &'a RoomId

The tagged room.

tag: &'a str

The name of the tag to delete.

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Creates a new Request with the given user ID, room ID and tag

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Tries to convert this request into an http::Request. Read more

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