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csv-export-swift

Lightweight CSV export library written in Swift

Unit Tests are in the Xcode project.

Now supporting Swift 4 in master

1 universal framework you can import into your project.

Carthage:

"github dcilia/csv-export-swift"

Swift Package Manager:

$ swift build will build a module CSVExport.a

Subproject:

Drag and drop the .xcodeproj into your .xcworkspace.

Supported Platforms:

macOS 10.10+

iOS 8.0+

tvOS 9.0+

watchOS 2.0+

Feel free to contribute any bug fixes, or features or submit requests.

Example Usage:

Have your class / struct conform to CSVExporting

struct Car : CSVExporting {
    
    var make : String
    var model : String
    var year : String
    
    static func templateString() -> String {
        
        return "Manufacturer, Model, Year\n"
    }
    
    
    func exportAsCommaSeparatedString() -> String {
        
        return "\(self.make), \(self.model), \(self.year)\n"
    }
}

Create an NSOperation and run the export

 let documents = NSSearchPathForDirectoriesInDomains(NSSearchPathDirectory.DocumentDirectory, NSSearchPathDomainMask.UserDomainMask, true)
         guard let path = documents.first else { return }
         let filePath = String(NSString(string:path).stringByAppendingPathComponent("Cars.csv"))
         
         guard let url = NSURL(string: filePath) else { return }
         
         let items = [
             
             Car(make: "BMW", model: "325", year: "1999"),
             Car(make: "Toyota", model: "Rav4", year: "2003"),
             Car(make: "Hyundai", model: "Elantra", year: "2011"),
             Car(make: "Tesla", model: "Model 3", year: "2017")
         ]
         
         let operation = CSVOperation(filePath: url, source: items)

         operation.completionBlock = {
                     
            if operation.finishedState == .Success {
                         
              //File has been saved to disk ...

             }
          }
         
         NSOperationQueue().addOperation(operation)
         

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