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orchetect/OTCore 1.1.17
Useful extensions on Swift standard library types.
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🕓 5 days ago
.package(url: "https://github.com/orchetect/OTCore.git", from: "1.1.17")


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Multi-platform Swift shared code module with useful extension methods on standard library types.

The library has full unit test coverage and is actively used in production.

Installation: Swift Package Manager (SPM)

Dependency within an Application

  1. Add the package to your Xcode project using Swift Package Manager
    • Select File → Swift Packages → Add Package Dependency
    • Add package using https://github.com/orchetect/OTCore as the URL.
  2. Import the module in your *.swift files where needed.
    import OTCore

Dependency within a Swift Package

  1. In your Package.swift file:

    dependencies: [
        .package(url: "https://github.com/orchetect/OTCore", from: "1.1.9")
  2. @_implementationOnly prevents the methods and properties in OTCore from being exported to the consumer of your SPM package.

    @_implementationOnly import OTCore


Most methods are implemented as category methods so they are generally discoverable.

All methods have inline help explaining their purpose and basic usage examples.


Coded by a bunch of 🐹 hamsters in a trenchcoat that calls itself @orchetect.


Licensed under the MIT license. See LICENSE for details.


Bug fixes and improvements are welcome. Please open an issue to discuss prior to submitting PRs.


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Last commit: 5 days ago

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Release Notes

5 days ago
  • Added @Atomic property wrapper, also safe for collection types

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