Jimmy Yue wrote: > I was wondering if anybody in this list has tried support swift and maybe > even ibtool. I'm looking to implement this myself if there's a gap here, > but if anybody has tried it before and ran into problems I'd love to know.
I think the only thing Swift has in common with C++ are the slow compile times, or else I'm missing something. Interface Builder is even further. But maybe you mean that it could use a similar (memoization) approach ? We had a similar question before, but I think that it went unanswered... https://lists.samba.org/archive/ccache/2016q3/001465.html I think it *could* probably be done, but it would look a lot different. The first step would be to get a list of all the file dependencies. There is no preprocessor, so no need to worry about (just modules) Apparently there is a "swiftc -emit-dependencies" (output depends), maybe the .d files could be parsed to generate something useful ? Might be some similarities to https://github.com/ccache/ccache/pull/130 And it would probably make for a separate program/project, as well... Even the Objective-C stuff (i.e. modules) is getting hard to support. /Anders _______________________________________________ ccache mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.samba.org/mailman/listinfo/ccache