Checker v1.2: Direct Dependency Analysis

Nov 9, 2016

I have just released Checker v1.2. What is new? Not so much this time but useful nonetheless.

  • Direct Dependency Analysis now classifies each result. The classification is done by color coding: Red indicates a critical/bad issue, orange indicates a warning and green indicates good classes/files. White has no special meaning at the moment.
  • Faster is better and that is why Checker is now fully asynchronous. This means that even reading files from disk, building the dependency graph etc. is now done asynchronously with the full speed. I have tested Checker with a large Swift app and it works great.

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