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RISCfuture/Slackmoji 1.1.0
A simple Swift library that converts between emoji and Slack shortcodes
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🕓 1 year ago
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.package(url: "https://github.com/RISCfuture/Slackmoji.git", from: "1.1.0")

Slackmoji

This library is a shortcode-to-Unicode converter for Slack emoji. It is able to convert between (e.g.) :heart: and ❤️. Note that Slack shortcodes can be different from shortcodes used by other software such as GitHub.

Requirements

This library requires Swift Package Manager v5.3 or newer, since it uses bundled resources.

Usage

Simply include this repository in your Package.swift file and mark it as a dependency for your project. That will give you access to two functions:

import Slackmoji

let slackmoji = Slackmoji()
slackmoji.shortcodeToEmoji("heart") //-> ["❤️"]
slackmoji.emojiToShortcodes("❤️") //-> ["heart"]

Note that adding/removing the leading and trailing colons is your responsibility.

The plist data files

Slackmoji shortcodes are generated from this repository, which is included as a submodule. The Build Shortcode Plist file is an executable target that parses the emoji-data/build/data_emoji_names*.txt files and generates the property list file that is included as a bundled resource for this library.

To regenerate this plist file, simply run the Build Shortcode Plist target from the project root directory.

Documentation

Online API and tutorial documentation is available at https://riscfuture.github.io/Slackmoji/documentation/slackmoji/

DocC documentation is available, including tutorials and API documentation. For Xcode documentation, you can run

swift package generate-documentation --target Slackmoji

to generate a docarchive at .build/plugins/Swift-DocC/outputs/Slackmoji.doccarchive. You can open this docarchive file in Xcode for browseable API documentation. Or, within Xcode, open the SwiftNASR package in Xcode and choose Build Documentation from the Product menu.

Tests

Unit tests can be run with swift test.

GitHub

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