Previously I mentioned the SwiftLint tool allowing you to enforce Swift style and convention on your code with informative errors within Xcode.
Here’s a handy open source plugin called SwiftLintXcode from Yuya Tanaka that allows you to avoid having to run SwiftLint at the command line or adding SwiftLint into the Run Script Phase of your projects.
The plugin adds a menu option within Xcode as seen in this image from the repository:
You can find SwiftLintXcode on Github here.
A nice simple way to utilize SwiftLint and enforce style and convention on your Swift code.
See more: Xcode plugins
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