Information for CommandLine Maintainers
Are you the author, or a maintainer of CommandLine? Here's what you need to know to make your package's page on the Swift Package Index, and your README both show the best information about your package.
You can add shields.io badges to your package's README file. Display your package's compatibility with recent versions of Swift, or with different platforms, or both!Swift Version Compatibility BadgePlatform Compatibility Badge
Copy the Markdown above into your package's README file to show always-up-to-date compatibility status for your package.
You can control more aspects of how the Swift Package Index treats your package repository, including improving build compatibility results and opting into automated DocC documentation hosting.
As the Swift Package Index scans your package repository, it will look for a manifest file named
.spi.yml. If found, here are some of the things you can control or enable with it:
Hosting your documentation on the Swift Package Index site.
If your builds require additional operating system-level dependencies to succeed, you can configure base images for Linux builds.
This package has a total score of 58 points. The Swift Package Index uses package score in combination with the relevancy of a search query to influence the ordering of search results.
The score is currently evaluated based on 10 traits, and the breakdown of each trait is shown below.
Repository is not archived.
Has 1 contributor.
Depends on 1 package.
Has no documentation.
No recent maintenance activity.
No OSI-compatible license which is compatible with the App Store.
Has a README file.
Has 10 releases.
Has no stars.
Has test targets.
The package score is a work in progress. We have an always-open discussion thread if you are interested in providing feedback on existing traits or would like to propose new ones.