I have the latest release versions of Swift and Xcode.
I am trying to use the Swift Package Manager to use this:
.package(url: "https://github.com/matejkosiarcik/Stopwatch.git", from: "0.1.0")
However, I have spent multiple days trying how to figure out how to embed this in my command line tool, or even in a brand new command line tool so that in
Main.swift it doesn't give the error:
No such module 'Stopwatch'.
Would someone please explain how to do it for this exact package?
Perhatikan bahwa modul dalam Paket Swift ditetapkan sebagai target, bukan sebagai produk.
Suppose you have the following product spec in your
products: [ .library(name: "MyProduct", targets: ["MyTarget1", "MyTarget2"])]
Then in some other package you use this product as a dependency in Package.swift:
.target(name: "TargetInSomeOtherPackage", dependencies: ["MyProduct"])
And in swift code you import modules:
import MyTarget1 import MyTarget2
In your case, you defined your product:
.library(name: "Stopwatch", targets: ["lib"]). This means that you can use
Stopwatch as a dependency, and import module
lib in your Swift code. There is no module
Stopwatch that you can import.