The unstandard library has what the standard library (& Foundation) craves.
unstandard is full of hacks that can break your code after an SDK update.
Not hacks as in "sneaky tricks that are going to bankrupt you & punish your users", but hacks as in, showing little respect to rules of convention such as using non-namespaced methods extending types not owned by this library.
If it's of any assurance to you I use this library in every project I write. I am a regular day-one user of SDK beta software, so namespace collisions should be fixed quickly.
The code is MIT-licensed, so feel free to use it as you see fit.
Pull requests are appriciated!
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