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Trending Discussions on SwiftLint
I have a custom SwiftLint action to flag up
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-11 at 18:50
It seems that a custom rule can specify what type of code will match. The property is called
match_kinds, example from Swiftlint Readme:
I don't like the default formate of the indentation for switch cases in Xcode and I prefer to make the formatting by 4 spaces 'tab' for switch cases so I read in documentation of switch_case_alignment rule and found that I can change the configuration for switch_case_alignment rule so I added this code...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-23 at 13:39
Your configuration has a bad syntax, there should be no prefix dash (-) when configuring rules.
Your configuration should be
I'm having an issue why trying to build a KMM project using a Jenkins pipeline and fastlane for the iOS part.
Kotlin version: 1.5.31
XCode version: 13.1
Fastlane version: 2.198.1
Ruby version: 2.6.3p62
When executing these steps locally it breaks as well. The Error that fastlane throws is
import shared: no such module 'shared'
I figured out that if you run
pod install && fastlane xcode_build the build brakes, but if you repeat it a second time it succeeds and creates the project.app file in the DerivedData folder of XCode.
The Jenkinsfile is working correctly on another iOS project which is not a KMM one.
Here is the Jenkinsfile...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-16 at 12:13
so I figured it out. If anyone has the same issue, the fix for this current problem is that you have to run a gradle task in the root directory of the project, before building the iOS part.
In my case with Jenkins I added
sh './gradlew generateDummyFramework before the
sh 'pod install' shell command in the Build stage. This fixed the issue in question.
The problem was caused from Cocoapods not being able to access the framework file, hence
pod install can't configure the framework correctly. The reason for the build to fail on the first build but not on the second is because the framework file is generated when you run a build in XCode. After that Cocoapods can configure the file correctly.
If anyone has a different answer I'm eager to know about it!
I found this shell script...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-23 at 14:51
Home-brew location has changed on the new Macs.
Let's say I have these two structures:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-17 at 15:12
var's type is written
T? with no default value, and Swift synthesizes a memberwise
init for your type, then the synthesized
init uses a default value of
nil for that
However, if your
var's type is written
Optional with no default value, then the synthesized
init does not use a default value.
So write this instead:
I've been using SwiftLint and ran into multiple
multiple_closures_with_trailing_closure errors defined here.
The biggest issue I had was my
Button where I would toggle some boolean value, e.g.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-16 at 16:54
Button expects two closures, one for "action" and one for "label". SwiftLint doesn't like you to leave off the label that sits in between the two closures. It is expecting this:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-11 at 21:42
Before checking for
swiftlint, your script needs to update the local PATH:
I've got the following regex that is working via https://regex101.com/r/7D6fAL/1 but is not working when added as a swiftlint custom rule. I would like for the rule to trigger under the following conditions (working as expected in regex101):...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-21 at 20:55
Figured it out thanks to this comment to an issue on the swiftlint repo. Posting my answer here in case other folks go searching for a similar solution and don't want to spend hours on it like I did:
is it possible in SwiftUI to keep the typing cursor on the same Textfield even after the user taps on Return key on keyboard ?
Here is my code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-17 at 16:36
You can use
@FocusState and, on commit, immediately set the
TextField to have focus again.
I (for the life of me) cannot get rid of this warning.
Basically, I originally had the pod SwiftLint installed, but I eventually decided to remove it. To do this, I thought simply removing the line
'pod SwiftLint' from my Podfile, then performing the Terminal command
git install would do the trick. Well it did...mostly...except lo and behold, this warning appeared.
Now, I've tried everything I can possibly think of to get rid of this warning, but I have been unsuccessful. Does anybody know how to get rid of this??
Things I've tried:
- Deintegrated Cocoapods and then re-added only the pods I wanted (I.e. NOT SwiftLint).
- Deleted the project's DerivedData folder
- Reinstalled SwiftLint and then deleted it again with the command
pod install --no-repo-update
- Other things which I can't remember
Any help would be much appreciated, thank you....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-13 at 04:29
When you were installing SwiftLint, you probably followed the instructions in the "Xcode" section of their README, to add a build phase that runs this script:
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