Here’s why an open source Swift doesn’t support Windows (yet)

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Now that Swift is an open source language, expect an avalanche of new services and apps to flood our digital world. In offering support for iOS, OS X and Linux out of the gate, one question remains: why is there no Windows support?! I asked that of Apple’s Senior Vice President of Software Engineering Craig Federighi. Here’s what he had to say: We’re certainly open to the community creating a Windows port, and there’s a good foundation for that in that the LLVM and Clang environments that are foundations for building and compiling Swift have been ported to Windows. We fully…

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