1 unstable release
|0.0.0||Jul 20, 2020|
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Bridging the gap between Swift and Rust, brought to you by Nikolai Vazquez!
This project is very much a work-in-progress. If you would like to contribute, please get involved by submitting issues, pull requests, or getting in contact to brainstorm.
If this project is useful to you, please support it by sponsoring on GitHub or donating directly!
This project is composed of the following crates:
swift-bindgen: Generates bindings for two-way bridging of Rust/Swift types.
swift: High-level idiomatic bindings to the Swift standard library.
swift-rt: High-level idiomatic bindings to the Swift runtime.
swift-sys: Low-level bindings to the Swift runtime.
Jordan Rose (@UINT_MIN) for insight into how the Swift runtime works internally.
Joe Groff (@jckarter) for being my Swift emotional support dog while I ask for feedback on my assumptions of Swift internals and ABI.
Contributors to Swift—past, present, and future—for creating a fascinating language that makes apps easier to develop and faster to run.
This project is licensed under the Apache License (Version 2.0).
This crate is under construction. Please contact Nikolai Vazquez if you would like to get involved.