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We created objc2swift for our own good, to reduce the redundant task when rewriting Obj-C code to Swift.
Generally, rewriting process consists of two phases: first simply replacing the syntax from Obj-C to Swift, then adopting new features that are introduced to Swift.
objc2swift is aimed at reducing the first half of the process, so that we can focus more on the creative / intellectual work.
Please do not expect complete conversion.
@implementationand create a single Swift
- Converts properties, including those that have it's own getter/setter in the implementation.
- Converts message-send to method-call.
- Converts init-process such as
[[MyThing alloc] initWithThing:...]into
- Converts corresponding types and functions:
- ...and more!
$ git clone https://github.com/yahoojapan/objc2swift.git $ cd objc2swift $ ./gradlew jar
Create an alias, and pass the Obj-C source files you want to convert.
$ alias objc2swift='java -jar /path/to/objc2swift/build/libs/objc2swift-1.0.jar' $ objc2swift src/test/resources/sample.*
Install typesafe-activator, and run.
$ brew install typesafe-activator $ cd web/ $ activator run
localhost:9000, and there you are!
objc2swift is made with ANTLR. More detail coming soon.
This software is released under the MIT License, see LICENSE.txt.