Package - thoughtbot/Curry

Carthage compatible

Curry

Swift implementations for function currying.

For more info on function currying in Swift, please refer to this blog post

Version Compatibility

Note that we're aggressive about pushing master forward along with new versions of Swift. Therefore, we highly recommend against pointing at master, and instead using one of the releases we've provided.

Here is the current Swift compatibility breakdown:

| Swift Version | Curry Version | | ------------- | ------------- | | 3.X | 3.X | | 2.2, 2.3 | 2.X |

Installation

Carthage

github "thoughtbot/Curry"

Then run carthage update.

Follow the current instructions in Carthage's README for up to date installation instructions.

CocoaPods

Add the following to your Podfile:

pod 'Curry'

You will also need to make sure you're opting into using frameworks:

use_frameworks!

Then run pod install with CocoaPods 0.36 or newer.

Contributing

See the CONTRIBUTING document. Thank you, contributors!

License

Curry is Copyright (c) 2015 thoughtbot, inc. It is free software, and may be redistributed under the terms specified in the LICENSE file.

About

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Releases

v3.0.0 - Oct 12, 2016

Official Swift 3.0 release!

Thanks @eliperkins, @gfontenot, @sharplet, @jshier, and @ikesyo

v2.3.3 - Jul 22, 2016

This release records the migration attempt for Xcode 8 so that it doesn't throw needless warnings in the project.

v2.3.2 - Jul 8, 2016

This version adds explicit support for Swift 2.3 projects in Xcode 8. A future release will add explicit support for Swift 3.0.

v2.3.1 - Jun 17, 2016

As a part of 2.3, we (I) totally forgot that Swift 3.0 no longer ignores the external label on the initial argument. That's my bad. 2.3.1 fixes that by re-ignoring that external label so that we get back to API compatibility.

v2.3.0 - Jun 14, 2016

This release introduces Swift 3.0 support. The only change is that the types in the curried return value are wrapped in parens as required by Swift 3.0. This change is backwards compatible with Swift 2.X.