Very basic support for encoding an Swift object as CSV.
let encoder = CSVEncoder() encoder.dateEncodingStragegy = .iso8601 let data = try! encoder.encode(rows: [MyCodableThing()])
You pass the encoder a list of codable objects.
This results in a data object which is a UTF-8 string.
Each line of the string contains a value for each property of the codable object.
By default the first line is a header, using the names of the properties. This can be disabled with
encoder.headerEncodingStrategy = .none.
Currently only encoding is supported. Simple decoding should be quite easy to add however, so please add an issue if you need it.