[cfe-users] Apple's Swift language, will it come to public clang?
immanuel.litzroth at cloudfounders.com
Tue Jun 3 02:07:08 PDT 2014
I had a cursory glance at the documentation and I could not find anything
about exceptions or
errorhandling in Swift. Are there any docs related to that?
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On 3 June 2014 10:46, Adam Strzelecki <ono at java.pl> wrote:
> Kevin wrote:
> > (…) or will it be similar to C# and be a serious „platform-only“ thing?
> IMHO since it is a part of LLVM project, there's nothing that makes it
> platform specific. Clang supports various ObjC runtimes, so I presume Swift
> will follow.
> Chris wrote:
> > We don't have anything to say about that at this point, but you can read
> all about swift, for free, with the new Swift iBook.
> I am after my 1st read. So far what makes me curious is whether there will
> be a way to keep class instances on stack. From what I understood all
> classes are pointers where value types are not.
> Not sure whether containers are pointers or values though. I wish to be
> there at WWDC ;)
> Swift seems to carry C++11 power without its clutter, however I am not
> sure if it is as much expressive as C++11.
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