Preparing For Swift
12 July 2014Tweet #documentbetter
I've tried several times in the past month to write a post with minimal success. Specifically, the moment I tried to test a post, jekyll refused to build:
After spending several weekends scouring the web with no luck I did finally get turned on to confirming the gem enviornment.
I can't say exactly what suggested to me that updating gem would correct the situation. As I had no better idea at this point, I decided to give it a try.
When I again tried to run jekyll I was pleasantly surprised to see that it did work.
There were a few gems that needed to be updated, but following the gem system update, Ruby began running without incident.
Even though the Swift REPL was shown off at WWDC, setting it up was non-obvious. It turns out that it's a simple matter of selecting one of your Xcode6 beta versions activates the REPL.
%> sudo xcode-select -s /Applications/Xcode6-Beta3.app/Contents/Developer/
And you're off and running.