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Swift Package Manager Project
The Swift Package Manager is a tool for managing distribution of source code, aimed at making it easy to share your code and reuse others’ code. The tool directly addresses the challenges of compiling and linking Swift packages, managing dependencies, versioning, and supporting flexible distribution and collaboration models. We’ve designed the system to make it easy to share packages on services like GitHub, but packages are also great for private personal development, sharing code within a team, or at any other granularity. Swift Package Manager includes a build system that can build for macOS and Linux. Starting with Xcode 11, Xcode integrates with SwiftPM to provide support for including packages in iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS applications. The SourceKit-LSP project leverages libSwiftPM and provides Language Server Protocol implementation for editors that support LSP.
- The package manager is available as part the Swift toolchains
- The Swift Package Manager is also included in Xcode 8.0 and all subsequent releases
- The tool directly addresses the challenges of compiling and linking Swift packages
- The package manager’s system requirements are the same as those for Swift
- The Swift package manager uses llbuild as the underlying build system for compiling source files
- Swift Package Manager includes a build system that can build for macOS and Linux
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