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Thread Sanitizer is now available on Linux as part of Swift 5.1! Head over to Swift.org and grab a Swift 5.1 Development snapshot to try ..read more
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Swift.org Blog by Ted Kremenek - 5M ago

Swift 5 is now officially released! Swift 5 is a major milestone in the evolution of the language. Thanks to ABI stability, the Swift ..read more
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The development, refinement, and deployment of SE-0200 Enhancing String Literals Delimiters to Support Raw Text was a long and surprising ..read more
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Swift.org Blog by Ted Kremenek - 6M ago

This post describes the goals, release process, and estimated schedule for Swift 5.1. Motivation and Goals The primary goal of Swift 5.1 ..read more
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With the release of Swift 5.0, Swift is now ABI stable and is delivered as a core component of macOS, iOS, tvOS, and watchOS. ABI stability ..read more
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Swift.org Blog by Jordan Rose - 6M ago
It has been a longstanding goal to stabilize Swift’s ABI on macOS, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS. While a stable ABI is an important milestone ..read more
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Sourcekitd provides the data backing key editor features like code completion, semantic highlighting, and refactoring for Swift files in ..read more
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The Swift 5 release enables runtime checking of “Exclusive Access to Memory” by default in Release builds, further enhancing Swift’s ..read more
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Swift.org Blog by Ankit Aggarwal - 11M ago

The swift run command has a new --repl option which launches the Swift REPL with support for importing library targets of a package. The ..read more
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