1. Episode #52
  2. Jun 16, 2020
  3. 42m
  4. 42m

Haikus of Code with Erica Sadun - Part 2

Haikus of Code with Erica Sadun - Part 2

In the second part of our interview with Erica Sadun, Leo gets more in-depth on the Swift Argument Parser, how we are using it, setup and parsing complexities, and more.
  1. 42m podcast at transistor.fm
  2. 42m video at youtube.com


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Swift Argument Parser

  • How does the parser work?
  • What's the difference between Argument, Option, and Flag?
  • What folks find challenging with it?
  • How we are using the new library?
  • How to run asynchronously with command line tools?
  • How log and write to stdout and stderr?
  • Dealing with errors
  • Future of Swift 

... also Leo wants to waste time porting SwiftUI into terminal apps

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