A tool for interacting with the manifest of an SPM project. It allows for simple interaction with the
This package is not intended to be fast. Rather, it is designed for easy use for building command-line tools or similar things.
API documentation for this package can be found here.
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0.4.6 - Aug 11, 2018
Fill a Black Hole with Whitespace
Dependency packages now get added to the
dependencies array of the manifest if the last package reference in the array has a tailing comma.
Whitespace is properly added to the
dependencies array when the first package reference is added to the array.
0.4.5 - May 18, 2018
Rouge Whitespace Label
A few things change, so I'll just quote the CHANGELOG:
- Removed rouge result output from Manifest.targets() method.
- Added missing from parameter label to DependencyVersionType.upToNextMajor description string.
- Remove dependencies leading horizontal whitespace and leading newline when removing it from the manifes
0.4.4 - May 18, 2018
Fixed some missing RegEx capture groups, causing
Target objects to not be created from a manifest.
0.4.3 - May 11, 2018
Wouldn't you if you accidentally added a
! to the front of an
We now fail manifest reading if the file doesn't exist, instead of when it does exist.
0.4.2 - May 5, 2018
Foundation for Linux doesn't have a
String(_:NSMutableString) initializer, so we created our own using
Manifest now build on Linux (not without warnings though).