The SwiftPM Library
This repository powers the list of packages indexed and monitored by the SwiftPM Library. The intention of this repository is to build a complete list of packages that support the Swift Package Manager.
At some point, this list may be able to be replaced with an official list supplied by Apple and/or GitHub but until then, this is better than nothing.
Please do submit your own, or other people's repositories to this list. There are a few requirements, but they are simple:
- Packages must have a Package.swift file (obviously?) in the root of the repository.
- Packages must be written in Swift 4.0 or later.
- Packages should declare at least one product in the Package.swift file. This can be either a library product, or an executable product. Packages can of course declare more than one product!
- Packages must have at least one release. A release is defined as a git tag that conforms to the semantic version spec. This can be a beta or a pre-release semantic version, it does not necessarily need to be stable.
- Packages should compile without errors. Actually, this isn't a strict requirement but it's probably a good idea since you're about to add it to a package directory.
- Packages should output valid JSON when
swift package dump-packageis run with the latest version of the Swift tools. Please check that you can execute this command in the root of the package directory before submitting.
- The full HTTPS clone URL for the repository should be submitted, including the .git extension.
- Packages can be on any publicly available git repository, not just GitHub. Just add the full HTTPS clone URL.
Note: There's no gatekeeping or quality threshold to be included in this list. The library itself sorts package search results by a number of metrics to place mature, good quality packages higher in the results.
How do you add a package?
It's simple. Just fork this repository, edit the JSON, and submit a pull request. If you plan to submit a set of packages, there is no need to submit each package in a separate pull request. Feel free to bundle multiple updates at once as long as all packages match the criteria above.
Travis has been configured to validate JSON for every pull request. If you would like to run this validation locally before submitting, the commands to verify and sort JSON are listed below. These commands use jq to do this.
jq -e . packages.json > /dev/null
Then, to sort:
echo "$(jq 'sort_by(ascii_downcase)' packages.json)" > packages.json
Make sure there are no dupes (no dupe variants w/ .git and w/o, no case differences):
(for repo in $(jq '.' packages.json); do basename $repo; done) \ | tr '[:upper:]' '[:lower:]' \ | sed 's|"||g' | sed s/.git//g \ | uniq -d