[swift-evolution] Swift null safety questions

Charlie Monroe charlie at charliemonroe.net
Mon Mar 13 00:30:15 CDT 2017

There are linters that will do this for you. In particular swiftlint has a force_unwrapping rule that you can enable. You can add a script build phase to your Xcode project and e.g. have it run only when archiving the project, etc.

> On Mar 13, 2017, at 5:59 AM, Kenny Leung via swift-evolution <swift-evolution at swift.org> wrote:
> For my own part, I never want to use “!” in my code, and I’m sticking to it pretty well.
> It has been said many times that we don’t want to create different dialects of Swift, and I agree. Would it be considered a different dialect to add a compiler option that forbids the use of “!” in my own code? So someone else looking at or compiling my code, they could not tell that I used such an option, so I think it fits within the definition of non-dialectedness.
> -Kenny
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