Re: [swift-users] Sampling collections

2016-04-10 Thread Dave Yost via swift-users
Every package that wraps C functions should be accompanied by a higher-level package that wraps the raw interface in best Swift fashion, IMO. A C package without higher-level Swift wrappers is an invitation to chaos as a zillion people publish competing higher-level wrappers. > On 2016-04-10,

[swift-users] swift build

2016-04-03 Thread Dave Yost via swift-users
This happens with the swift in Xcode 7.3 on 10.11.4, and it happens with the swift I just built from http://github.com/apple/swift $ /path/to/bin/swift build error: unable to invoke subcommand: /path-to/bin/swift-build (No such file or directory) $ There is no

Re: [swift-users] swift build

2016-04-04 Thread Dave Yost via swift-users
On my 10.11.4 with /Applications/Xcode.app version 7.3, here is what I get when I run the commands you ran: $ xcodebuild -version warning: failed to load toolchain 'swift': Could not find toolchain: swiftXcode 7.3 Build version 7D175 $ $ xcrun --find swift

Re: [swift-users] swift build

2016-04-04 Thread Dave Yost via swift-users
3]> export TOOLCHAINS=swift >> >> [shawnce:~/] >> [1:544]> xcrun --find swift >> /Library/Developer/Toolchains/swift-DEVELOPMENT-SNAPSHOT-2016-03-01-a.xctoolchain/usr/bin/swift >> >> [shawnce:~/] >> [1:545]> swift --version >> Apple Swift versi

Re: [swift-users] repo questions when using example-package-dealer

2016-06-30 Thread Dave Yost via swift-users
es available to the package >>>> manager, you must tag your latest commit with a semantic versioning number >>>> (1.0.3 for instance) and explicitly put that as the version you want to >>>> fetch in your Package.swift file. >>>> >>>> You can

[swift-users] repo questions when using example-package-dealer

2016-06-29 Thread Dave Yost via swift-users
Following the example here: https://swift.org/package-manager/#conceptual-overview When I do “swift build”, as expected the dependencies are downloaded into the Packages/ subfolder. I expect them to all be up to date, but they are all behind their origin/master repos. Why? This is really a

Re: [swift-users] repo questions when using example-package-dealer

2016-06-30 Thread Dave Yost via swift-users
atest commit with a semantic versioning number (1.0.3 for >> instance) and explicitly put that as the version you want to fetch in your >> Package.swift file. >> >> You can find more information on the swift project website >> https://swift.org/package-manager/ <https://swift.

Re: [swift-users] source for a Swift module's interface

2017-01-19 Thread Dave Yost via swift-users
> On 2017-01-16, at 9:06 PM, Jens Alfke <j...@mooseyard.com> wrote: > > >> On Jan 16, 2017, at 6:18 PM, Dave Yost via swift-users >> <swift-users@swift.org <mailto:swift-users@swift.org>> wrote: >> >> In Xcode I can put the caret on Darwi

[swift-users] swift3 - Trying to get swift package example to work - Stack Overflow

2016-11-11 Thread Dave Yost via swift-users
> http://stackoverflow.com/questions/40557767/trying-to-get-swift-package-example-to-work > > ___ swift-users mailing list swift-users@swift.org

[swift-users] How do I use Xcode for a C library wrapped in Swift

2016-12-22 Thread Dave Yost via swift-users
I just posted this on StackOverflow . Insights most welcome. I'm trying to create an Xcode workspace that contains projects that make: A bird dynamic library built from C source A Cbird Swift