In this tutorial, we will learn how to Use Swift Inside a Linux-Based Docker Container Environment. Learn Exploring Linux-based concepts to containerize your Swift development.
Is a Mac required to run Swift? No. Swift is a programming language that is designed to work with Apple’s ecosystem. However, it can run on Linux. It is not just written for Apple products.
Let’s utilize Docker to create an environment suitable for Swift to run and perform its instructions:
curl -O https://swift.org/builds/swift-5.2.4-release/amazonlinux2/swift-5.2.4-RELEASE/swift-5.2.4-RELEASE-amazonlinux2.tar.gz tar -xf swift-5.2.4-RELEASE-amazonlinux2.tar.gz sudo cp -R ./swift-5.2.4-RELEASE-amazonlinux2 /usr/local/bin/
Great! It looks like we can run the
swift command and move forward.
Not so fast… we need
swift to be accessible from anywhere.
At the moment, due to the location of the binary file, the only way to run
swift is to execute directly from the path
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