[swift-users] Documentation for Linux Development
jon at jonshier.com
Sun Dec 18 20:46:34 CST 2016
http://swiftdoc.org <http://swiftdoc.org/> is a good online reference, though not always completely up to date (just mostly).
> On Dec 18, 2016, at 9:44 PM, Steven Harms via swift-users <swift-users at swift.org> wrote:
> I've been playing with Swift in Linux contexts, but I was wondering, how is one meant to consult reference work?
> The Swift language book is written in iBooks...so I don't have access to that in Linux. I'd love for there to be a PDF equivalent that I could leave on the Linux environment to work with.
> Alternatively, is there a rich HTML download of the API? I'm used to Perl and Ruby which shipped rich HTML pages that allowed you to research the API sans network connection.
> I hate to think an IDE is required to use a language e.g. XCode. Surely we should be able to code without an IDE's completion. I may be tempting the nursing home by thinking vim and good docs should cut it :blush:.
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