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Great Swift String Pluralize Extension
- tons of rules for irregular nouns (plural form)
- supports uncountable nouns
- allows dynamic addition of rules
Read this post for more information.
import Pluralize "Person".pluralize() // People "Wolf".pluralize(count: 1) // Wolf "Person".pluralize(with: "Persons") // Persons
|Irregular Nouns||Always Singular in Form|
Adding Custom Rules: Singular = Plural
"Shrimp".pluralize() // Shrimps Pluralize.unchanging("shrimp") "Shrimp".pluralize() // Shrimp
Adding Custom Rules: Uncountable
"Water".pluralize() // Waters Pluralize.uncountable("water") "Water".pluralize() // Water
Adding Custom Rules: New Regex Rule
"Person".pluralize() // People Pluralize.rule("(p)erson$", with: "$1ersons") "Person".pluralize() // Persons "Spokesperson".pluralize() // Spokespersons
Example Regex Rules:
Pluralize.rule("(criteri|phenomen)on$", with:"$1a") Pluralize.rule("(potat|tomat|volcan)o$", with:"$1oes") Pluralize.rule("^(|wo|work)man$", with: "$1men") Pluralize.rule("(f)oot$", with: "$1eet") Pluralize.rule("lf$", with: "$1lves") Pluralize.rule("(t)ooth$", with: "$1eeth") Pluralize.rule("(g)oose$", with: "$1eese") Pluralize.rule("^(c)hild$", with: "$1hildren") Pluralize.rule("^(o)x$", with: "$1xen")
Adding Custom Rules: Whole Words
Pluralize.rule("were", with: "was")
in code then
- git clone https://github.com/joshualat/Pluralize.swift.git inside your project folder
- Drag the Pluralize.xcodeproj file into the file navigator of your project.
- Ensure that the deployment target of Pluralize.framework matches that of the application target.
- In your target’s Build Phases, add Pluralize to the Target Dependencies build phase.
- Add the appropriate Pluralize.framework product to the Link Binary With Libraries build phase.
- Add the same Pluralize.framework to a Copy Files build phase with a Frameworks destination.
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