Swift Currency provides type-safe representations of ISO 4217 currencies in Swift.
It provides many conveniences for working with currencies, such as literal representations, string interpolation, and mathematics.
import Currency import Foundation let dollars = USD(30.01) print(dollars) // 30.01 USD print(dollars * 2) // 60.02 USD print(dollars.distributedEvenly(intoParts: 6)) // [USD(1.68), USD(1.68), USD(1.68), USD(1.67), USD(1.67), USD(1.67)] let pounds = GBP(109.23) print(dollars + pounds) // compile error let jpy: JPY = 399 print("The total price is \(jpy.localizedString()).") // "The total price is ¥399.", assuming `Foundation.Locale.current` is "en_US" let euro = EUR(29.09) print("Der Gesamtpreis beträgt \(localize: euro, for: .init(identifier: "de_DE")).") // "Der Gesamtpreis beträgt 29,09 €."
For more detailed examples, see the usage guide.
The following table shows the combination of Swift language versions and operating systems that receive regular unit testing.
|Ubuntu 18.04 (Bionic)||✅||✅||✅||✅|
|Ubuntu 16.04 (Xenial)||✅||✅||✅||✅|
The preferred installation method is with SPM. Just add the package reference to your Package.swift.
dependencies: [ .package(url: "https://github.com/peek-travel/swift-currency", from: "0.6.0") ]
To install with Carthage, just add the line
gh "https://github.com/peek-travel/swift-currency" ~> 0.6.0 to your Cartfile.
To install with CocoaPods, just add the line
pod 'SwiftCurrency', '~> 0.6.0' to your Podfile.
The API docs for the latest tagged release are always available at peek-travel.github.io/swift-currency.
For "how to use" guides, and additional information about the project, see the documentation.
For bugs or feature requests, file a new issue.
Check out CONTRIBUTING.md for more information on how to help with SwiftCurrency.
Check out CONTRIBUTORS.txt to see the full list. This list is updated for each release.
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