[swift-server-dev] FYI: Swift Development Environment especially works in Linux
jin.phd at gmail.com
Thu Jan 12 19:03:04 CST 2017
Alex, really thanks for your great help (to me and to the community)! let
me add a quick fix!
On Thu, Jan 12, 2017 at 7:04 PM, Alex Blewitt <alblue at apple.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the kind words :)
> This looks good - being able to use other editors for Linux will help move
> adoption forward.
> Couple of minor observations:
> 1. The 'package describe' command isn't in Swift 3.0 at the moment, so
> you'll need a recent build to run it. You could infer a source directory by
> assuming a top level, or the Sources or src folders, and just expand all
> the files in there if missing.
> 2. The /usr/bin/sh doesn't exist on macOS and (some) Linux installations.
> You should use /bin/sh instead.
> Otherwise, if you fix/work around those, it works on macOS :)
> On 12 Jan 2017, at 08:09, Jin Mingjian via swift-server-dev <
> swift-server-dev at swift.org> wrote:
> Hello, all in Swift server side group:) Hope not disturbing you.
> FYI: I release a project to enable you develop Swift in Linux more
> I know many people use excellent xcode in macOS, but there is no xcode for
> Linux. So comes this project.
> I also know some people are continuing to drive the progress of Swift at Linux,
> like Alex(very old friend from Eclipse) in this group. So you may want to
> do a quick test. (To use SDE, now you should have a Swift tool called
> "sourcekitd-repl" to build). This project maybe work in macOS, but I have
> no machine to test. If you like to give me some feedback, I will fix it for
> Further, I watch all discusses in the group. As a veteran in backend, I
> keep my own opinions. Spring like frameworks are the start, but not the
> destination of Swift. In fact, Spring/Hibernate/Struct is terribly bad, and
> often bump vulnerabilities to jeopardize the whole server.(After to Tesla,
> Chris may pay more attentions to the security of codes and coding). Netty
> is not good enough, although it leave many experiences and lessons for
> latter comers.
> What's the Swift to truely attract me is that it is well and careful
> designed from the aspect of industry and engineering(thanks to Chris and
> more). High performance will not be lost with the elegant codes for a
> scalable team. We have a chance to re-define the development of
> server/system engineering.
> I hope all of us can embrace the Swift as a general language more. We are
> doing it!
>  https://github.com/jinmingjian/sde
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