Documentation for Linux-based Swift Development Sought

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(Steven Harms) #1

Hi,

I've been playing with Swift in Linux contexts, but I was wondering, how am
I meant to avail myself of reference materials?

The Swift book is written in iBooks...so I don't have access to that. I'd
love for there to be a PDF equivalent that I could leave on the Linux
server to work with.

Alternatively, is there a rich HTML download with the classes so that I
could at least browse that?

Thanks,

Steven


(Steven Harms) #2

Disregard previous message in thread. This was already answered. Apologies
for the list-spam.

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On Mon, Dec 19, 2016 at 11:43 AM, Steven Harms <sgharms@stevengharms.com> wrote:

Hi,

I've been playing with Swift in Linux contexts, but I was wondering, how
am I meant to avail myself of reference materials?

The Swift book is written in iBooks...so I don't have access to that. I'd
love for there to be a PDF equivalent that I could leave on the Linux
server to work with.

Alternatively, is there a rich HTML download with the classes so that I
could at least browse that?

Thanks,

Steven


(Adrian Zubarev) #3

'.epub' extension is not an iBooks exclusive :wink: It's an e-book. Find yourself a capable reader :slight_smile:

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Am 19. Dezember 2016 um 17:43:22, Steven Harms via swift-users (swift-users@swift.org(mailto:swift-users@swift.org)) schrieb:

Hi,

I've been playing with Swift in Linux contexts, but I was wondering, how am I meant to avail myself of reference materials?

The Swift book is written in iBooks...so I don't have access to that. I'd love for there to be a PDF equivalent that I could leave on the Linux server to work with.

Alternatively, is there a rich HTML download with the classes so that I could at least browse that?

Thanks,

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