🚀 This small release adds support for Swift 5.2 tooling, which means that if you're using Swift 5.2 you'll no longer see our test dependencies downloaded locally when you're just trying to annoy your coworkers with illegible code like a normal person.
🚀 This release adds operator definitions for the new
Result<T, E>type in Swift 5's stdlib. Accordingly, Runes 5.0 drops support for Swift versions lower than 5.0.
🚀 This is a bug fix release to fix a compiler error that occured under Swift 5.0 when we tried to pass an autoclosure directly to another argument expecting an autoclosure, which is now disallowed. (Thanks @madcato!) This change should be backwards compatible with previous Swift versions.
🚀 This is a minor release to fix Runes as a transitive dependency when used with Swift Package Manager.
🚀 This release fixes compatibility with Xcode 10.2 and Swift 5. There are no functional changes.
⚡️ This updates the Xcode project (and some internal dependencies) so that no warnings are thrown by the Xcode project.
This will almost certainly mean nothing to you, unless you import this project into your project, in which case this will mean everything
🚀 This release fleshes out the rest of the Applicative implementations for
Array. This adds two new operators to the mix for each type:
<*performs an applicative operation, discarding the right hand value
*>performs an applicative operation, discarding the left hand value
We're also adding full implementations for Alternative for both types:
<|>performs an alternative operation
emptyconstructs an empty value (basically the dual of
Optionalnow has an
.orinstance method that acts as a named version of
🏗 4.0.1 fixes issues with building Runes via Swift Package Manager that were caused by a change in the way SPM expected test directories to be structured.
🚀 3.2.1 adds better support for Xcode 8 and Swift 2.3 by recording these preferences in the project file. This will be the last release to support Swift 2.X, and master will move forward with Swift 3.0 support.