[swift-users] Previous Swift version e-books
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Thu Sep 28 12:54:29 CDT 2017
Not very practical but you can find them with archive.org, e.g.:
or with a direct link:
On 28 September 2017 at 16:58, James Dempsey via swift-users
<swift-users at swift.org> wrote:
> The documentation page https://swift.org/documentation has a link to the most recent ePub version of The Swift Programming Language.
> Is there any place to download previous versions of the ePub?
> And if not, what’s the best way to request that they be made available? (It doesn’t seem like that belongs in the Swift issue tracker.)
> To answer the question "What are you trying to do?”
> Since there is now the flexibility in checking Swift version in the code with #if swift(>=3.2), and targets may be mixed between Swift 3 and Swift 4, it would be great to have the documentation for Swift 3.2 (or Swift 3.1) still available.
> For versions earlier than Swift 3.1. I think continuing to make available all versions of the ePub that were released under the Creative Commons license, seems to go hand-in-hand with the high degree of transparency elsewhere in the Swift - including being able to look through commits since the inception of the language.
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