The `soucekitd.framework` that comes bundled with Xcode does not include
the headers, specifically `sourcekitd.h` . On the other hand, the
toolchains that get downloaded from Swift.org do come with the headers.
Is there any particular reason for this?
The reason why I ask is that libraries that interface with SourceKit,
e.g., SourceKitten  and node-sourcekit , are having to bundle the
`sourcekitd.h` in their code bases  in order to compile against
the distributed framework. It would be wonderful the _standard_
distributed framework on macOS contained the headers.
I understand that this is not exactly the correct forum to ask Xcode
questions. But this one does not strike me as a _strictly_ Xcode
question. Of course if it is I suppose I will file a Radar.