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lukaskubanek/LoremIpsum v2.0.0
A lightweight lorem ipsum and image placeholders generator for Objective-C
⭐️ 224
πŸ•“ 8 weeks ago
πŸ”– Release Notes

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2.0.0 Ξ²1: Modernization for 2018
4 years ago
The project was modernized for Xcode 10 and new Objective-C language features as well as new APIs. See the pull request #15 for detailed overview of all changes. Kudos to @SlaunchaMan for taking care of this!
1.0.0
8 years ago
- Changed the public API - Image sizes are now defined using `CGSize` or `NSSize` - Added [hhhhold.com](http://hhhhold.com) as a new image service - Removed support for grayscale images, because this feature wasn't supported by all image services and made the API less readable - `+[LoremIpsum date]` now also generates time - Added documentation to the header file - Improved code quality - And used [CocoaPods Trunk](http://guides.cocoapods.org/making/getting-setup-with-trunk.html) for the first time ;-)
0.3.0
8 years ago
Updated the asynchronous downloads to use right APIs. See de31e9dac137f9c7aa929248fee71fac7b481375 for more information.
0.2.0
8 years ago
Added support for _asynchronous image downloads_ and _retrieving raw URLs_ without downloading the images. Thanks to @elchbenny for contribution.
0.1.0
8 years ago
The initial version of `LoremIpsum` contains support for generating text in different formats and synchronously downloaded images from 3 different image servers.
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lukaskubanek/OrderedDictionary v4.0.2
Ordered dictionary data structure implementation in Swift
⭐️ 187
πŸ•“ 36 weeks ago
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4.0.1: Fix for Swift 5.5
51 weeks ago
This release fixes a compatibility issue with Swift 5.5 available in Xcode 13 beta.
4.0.0: MutableCollection & RandomAccessCollection
1 year ago
This is a major overhaul of `OrderedDictionary`'s API that contains breaking changes. If you run into any issues upgrading from previous versions, please let me know. - `OrderedDictionary` now conforms to `MutableCollection`, which comes with the support for directly setting key-value pairs through a subscript as well as reordering of the whole collection or its slices. - `OrderedDictionary` now conforms to `RandomAccessCollection` instead of `BidirectionalCollection` only, making the index-based traversal more efficient. [#64] - Re-introduced a dedicated slice type `OrderedDictionarySlice<Key, Value>` and added support for replacing a certain range of the `OrderedDictionary` with different key-value pairs. - Introduced `OrderedDictionary.filter(_:)` that actually returns an `OrderedDictionary` instead of an array of key-value pairs. [#66] - Changed the type of `OrderedDictionary.orderedKeys` from a lazily evaluated collection type type-aliased with `OrderedDictionaryKeys<Key, Value>` to a `[Key]` array. The property directly exposes the internal backing storage, which makes accessing keys more comfortable and prevents unnecessary type conversions. [#67] - The type of `OrderedDictionary.orderedValues` is still a lazily evaluated collection, but instead of the top-level `OrderedDictionaryValues<Key, Value>` type alias, it now uses an inner type alias `OrderedDictionary.LazyValues`. - Deprecated `OrderedDictionary.moveElement(forKey:to:)` as it was based on a very specific move logic which turned out not to be generally applicable. - `OrderedDictionary.update(_:at:)` now returns a *non-optional* key-value pair (`Element`). - Improved performance of in-place sorting via `OrderedDictionary.sort(by:)`. - Added conformance to `Hashable`. - Dropped support for Swift 4.2, OrderedDictionary now requires Swift β‰₯5.0. - Tweaked precondition messages and added invariant assertions. - Revamped the whole test suite. - Removed example playgrounds and moved examples directly to documentation comments.
3.0.1: Xcode Project Fix
2 years ago
Re-added marketing version to the Xcode project as it’s used in a required key within the `Info.plist` (#62).
3.0.0: Swift <4.2 Support Drop & CI Setup
2 years ago
- Dropped support for Swift <4.2. *(To use OrderedDictionary with Swift 4.0 or 4.1, please refer to the 2.x versions.)* - Configured GitHub actions for CI but still kept Travis for older build configurations (Swift 4.2).
2.4.0: Capacity Reservation Support
2 years ago
- Added support for capacity reservation (`capacity`, `init(minimumCapacity:)`, `reserveCapacity(_:)`). Kudos to @GalCohen. - `init(values:uniquelyKeyedBy:)` now takes a throwing closure.
2.3.0: Mapping Values & Revamped Initializers
3 years ago
- Introduced `mapValues(_:)` & `compactMapValues(_:)` - Renamed initializers to better convey their semantics - `init(_:)` β†’ `init(uniqueKeysWithValues:)` - `init(values:keyedBy:)` β†’ `init(values:uniquelyKeyedBy:)` - Added shims for the deprecated versions - Fixed warnings for Swift 5.0
2.2.2: Fixed Version Numbers πŸ™ˆ
3 years ago
In version [2.2.1](https://github.com/lukaskubanek/OrderedDictionary/releases/tag/v2.2.1) I accidentally forgot to bump the version numbers. This is now fixed in this further patch release.
2.2.1: Package Definition Fix
3 years ago
This patch should address the issue with package definition format reported in #51.
2.2.0: Support for Swift 5.0
3 years ago
- Added support for Swift 5.0 by making changes necessary for Xcode 10.2 - This version should still work with Swift 4.0 & 4.2 - Fixed an issue with reset flag for marking the code as safe for app extensions [#10, #50] (thanks to @graphiclife)
2.1.0: SPM, Optimizations & Additions
4 years ago
- Added support for Swift Package Manager (thanks to @jnordberg) - Optimized lookup performace (thanks to @maicki) - Introduced `Dictionary.sorted(by:)` - Introduced `popFirst()`, `popLast()`, `removeFirst()`, `removeLast()` methods - Annotated sort methods with `throws`/`rethrows` keywords - Added note about no support for CocoaPods
lukaskubanek/LoremSwiftum v2.2.2
A lightweight lorem ipsum generator for Swift
⭐️ 158
πŸ•“ 36 weeks ago
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Releases

The markdown parsing is broken/disabled for release notes. Sorry about that, I'm chasing the source of a crash that's been bringing this website down for the last couple of days.
2.2.1: Xcode Project Fix
2 years ago
2.2.0: Swift Package Manager Support
2 years ago
- Added Swift Package Manager as an installation method with support for Swift starting with version 4.0. - Enabled a GitHub action for CI.
2.1.0: Range-based API & Support for Swift 5.0
3 years ago
- Introduced range-based API (thanks to @sstadelman) - `Lorem.words(_ range: {Closed}Range<Int>) -> String` - `Lorem.sentences(_ range: {Closed}Range<Int>) -> String` - `Lorem.paragraphs(_ range: {Closed}Range<Int>) -> String` - Added support for Swift 5.0 by making changes necessary for Xcode 10.2 - This version should still work with Swift 4.0 & 4.2
2.0.0: Swift 4 &Β API Improvements
3 years ago
- Updated to Swift 4 and Xcode 10 - Changes from [version 2.0.0 Ξ²1]( https://github.com/lukaskubanek/LoremSwiftum/releases/tag/v2.0.0-beta) - Added support for long tweets and HTTPS URL scheme (thanks to @sushinoya) - Some under the hood improvements
2.0.0 Ξ²1: Support for Swift 4
4 years ago
- Updated to work with Swift 4 and Xcode 9 beta 6 - Tweaked the API a bit - Removed support for generating `Date` and `URL` objects - Version 2.0.0 will be released once Swift 4 will be ready
1.1.0: Support for Swift 2.3
5 years ago
1.0.0: Support for Swift 2.0
6 years ago
- Updated to Swift 2.0 - Added OS X target - Removed support for images - Cleaned up the API
0.1.0: Initial Release
7 years ago

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