Swift Package Manager

If you want more information about installing Swift packages through Xcode, follow these instructions. If you want to learn more about Swift Package Manager, this page goes into detail.

If you’re a framework author and want to use SwiftCurrent as a dependency, these changes will be in your Package.swift file.

Get the Package

Add the following line to the package dependencies:

.package(url: "https://github.com/wwt/SwiftCurrent.git", .upToNextMajor(from: "5.1.0")),

Get the Products

Add the following products to your target dependencies:

.product(name: "SwiftCurrent", package: "SwiftCurrent"),
.product(name: "SwiftCurrent_UIKit", package: "SwiftCurrent")
.product(name: "SwiftCurrent_SwiftUI", package: "SwiftCurrent")

Your Import Statements for These Products

import SwiftCurrent
import SwiftCurrent_UIKit
import SwiftCurrent_SwiftUI

SwiftCurrent_UIKit will need to target a platform that supports UIKit, such as iOS, tvOS, or macOS with Catalyst.

SwiftCurrent_SwiftUI requires the minimum versions of iOS 14.0, macOS 11, tvOS 14.0, or watchOS 7.0.


Set up CocoaPods for your project, then include SwiftCurrent in your dependencies by adding the following line to your Podfile:

To Use SwiftCurrent With UIKit

pod 'SwiftCurrent/UIKit'

To Use SwiftCurrent With SwiftUI

pod 'SwiftCurrent/SwiftUI'

Your Import Statement

import SwiftCurrent