[swift-corelibs-dev] Internal Tests

Robert Stephen Thompson robert.thompson at willowtreeapps.com
Tue Mar 15 09:54:52 CDT 2016

If it doesn’t use it on Linux, it’s because I was mostly running tests in Xcode heh, and didn’t end up needing it in the end. On Linux, of course, I think you’d want @testable import Foundation. I’m not an Apple guy, though, I just happen to be the guy who wrote TestNSXMLDocument.swift! So if there is actually a reason not to use it, I’m not aware of it, but don’t necessarily take my word for it!

Robert Thompson
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WillowTree, Inc.®
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> On Mar 15, 2016, at 8:02 AM, Daniel Eggert via swift-corelibs-dev <swift-corelibs-dev at swift.org> wrote:
> Is it ok to use
>    @testable import SwiftFoundation
> in tests? I'd like to test some internal code.
> TestNSXMLDocument.swift uses this, but not on Linux. What's the reason for this?
> /Daniel
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