Monday, September 8, 2014


Mattt Thompson:

When interacting with frameworks like Foundation in Swift, all of those NS_ENUM declarations are automatically converted into an enum—often improving on the original Objective-C declaration by eliminating naming redundancies […] Unfortunately, for NS_OPTIONS, the Swift equivalent is arguably worse.


Compared to the syntactically concise enum declaration, RawOptionsSetType is awkward and cumbersome, requiring over a dozen lines of boilerplate for computed properties.

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