StringKit is a new, simple and fast way to investigate and modify strings in Swift - The next level of string manipulation.
- iOS 9.0+ | macOS 10.11+ | tvOS 9.0+ | watchOS 2.0+ | Linux
- Xcode 8.1+
- Swift 3.1+
- Download the ZIP archive.
- Add the
Sourcefolder or the
StringKit.frameworkfile to your project.
- That's it. :]
pod 'StringKit', '~> 0.9.0'to your Podfile.
pod update-> StringKit should be installed now.
- You are finished! You can work with the new
.workspacefile now. :]
- Create a Cartfile in your project directory.
github "rainerniemann/StringKit" ~> 0.9.0to your Cartfile.
- Go to your project directory and run
carthage update --platform iOSin your terminal (for iOS).
- Open the output folder with
open carthageand drag and drop the StringKit.swift file into your project.
- You are done. :]
Swift Package Manager
- Create a Package.swift file in your project directory.
- Add the following or just the dependency to your Package.swift file.
import PackageDescription let package = Package(name: "YOUR_APPLICATIONS_NAME", targets: , dependencies: [ .Package(url: "https://github.com/rainerniemann/StringKit.git", versions: Version(0,9,0) ... Version(0,9,0)) ])
- Every time you want to debug the programm, run
swift build -Xswiftc "-target" -Xswiftc "x86_64-apple-macosx10.11".
This project is licensed under the MIT License. See the LICENSE.md file for details.