I wrote a blog post about where I'm currently at with Swift 5.2.1. In short, it works except for the REPL, which I consider essential to the package and don't want to update everyone from 5.1.5 without it.
In a nutshell: my packaging (or contorting ) of Swift to work as an installable package from the Fedora repository seems to hit a snag with 5.2;
lldb seems to be unable to start properly without lib files exclusively in
lldb-server seem to be required to be in
/usr/bin instead of where I've been placing them (
I've been considering abandoning the package altogether, and work on getting Python 3 changes integrated so Fedora can have a tarball similar to Ubuntu, but I feel like it would be a regression to stop providing such an easy way to install Swift on a user's machine.