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icon3.gif  Any plan of a SDT (Swift Development Toolkit) ? [message #1720258] Fri, 15 January 2016 15:26 Go to next message
Alessio Pollero is currently offline Alessio PolleroFriend
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After that Apple open sourced the SWIFT programming language(swift.org) I was wondering if the Eclipse foundation has any plan to develop a kind of SDT (Swift Development Toolkit) to allow developers to develop SWIFT application inside Eclipse on a multi platform environment .

Is there any plan to support Apple Swift by the Eclipse Foundation ?

Since SWIFT seems very promising even in the backend area, Eclipse could be the perfect IDE to develop with it ...

Thanks in advance for your response.
Re: Any plan of a SDT (Swift Development Toolkit) ? [message #1720485 is a reply to message #1720258] Mon, 18 January 2016 21:15 Go to previous message
Eric Rizzo is currently offline Eric RizzoFriend
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I don't know if anyone has discussed or planned a Swift product or plug-ins for Eclipse, but you should know that the Eclipse Foundation does not itself (usually) spawn or direct projects. New projects are proposed by the community, with a group of people who are willing to contribute code and support for such projects. The Foundation is a governing/legal body, not a project staffing or management organization.
So, if someone wants a Swift IDE based on Eclipse, that person should find other like-minded people and get to work on proposing such a thing.
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