Is there a Swift parser out there?

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Is there a Swift parser out there?

Bob Fang
Hi, just wondering if there is a Swift parser out there? Preferably in C or C++ but other language should also works. Thanks.

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Re: Is there a Swift parser out there?

Fritz Anderson
On Jun 8, 2015, at 3:13 PM, Bob Fang <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi, just wondering if there is a Swift parser out there? Preferably in C or C++ but other language should also works. Thanks.

Fully implemented, as a library, for use at interactive speed? No hope until Swift 2.0 goes open-source for OS X and Linux β€œin the fall.” (Though the daring of independent hackers always surprises me.)

If you can tolerate running on a Mac with command-line tools installed, not having interactive performance, and having only LLVM parse trees to go by, the swiftc command-line tool will give you those.

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