Swiftly-Clean for Xcode and Swift

Developer: Code Clean LLC

Current Version: 2.0

Last Updated: 1 year ago

Download Size: 2 MB - Download

Description:

Help us build a standard for writing cleaner Swift!

Swiftly-Clean is a tool that helps you apply coding standards in Xcode so you can write cleaner Swift. New with Swiftly-Clean, if you prefer, we can now fix many of the issues in your code for you!

By taking our survey at swiftcleanapp.com you can voice your opinion about the way you think coding standards should be, back it up with StackOverflow credibility, or just apply your own rules the way you want them to your projects.

How you use our tool is completely up to you. If you find that it doesn't support rules that you want added, send us an email! We want to make this a robust solution for everyone.

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Release Notes:

Lots of bug fixes! We have made improvements to scanning accuracy as well as the AutoFix feature. We appreciate your feedback, please keep the requests coming!

Also new in this release is support for Xcode Source Editor Extensions! This makes cleaning your code in Xcode a breeze! With a single tap of a key you can easily clean all of the code in the file you are looking at.

Please be patient with us as we continue to improve this software! We are committed to more frequent releases, we appreciate your support!

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.6.5
Review by XeoKeri

Always a great tool to have. - I’ve been using this app for a while, and the Objective-C version as well. I love how great they both work. Keeps my coding style standardized across all my projects and keeps things sane.

Found helpful by 1 out of 6 people
1/5
Version 1.6.5
Review by Phil Collinsz

Completely destroyed my project - Yeah… I took a chance, and never again. I knew that formatting tools are a bad idea.. but this app had great reviews. I am sure that they are not authentic. Image this…. you go to build your project, and all of the sudden, var dog = “Lab” becomes this. var dog; = “lab”. in HUNDREDS of places. This is with using the suggested run scripts and settings. var number CGFloat: 100? Yeah that becomes this, var numberGFloat: 100… Unbelievable.

Found helpful by 46 out of 52 people