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"name": "LetsTry",
"version": "0.7.0",
"summary": "Try type for wrapping Swift error handling with let-binding (same as Optional).",
"description": "The current way of error handling in Swift has two problems:\n1. The dance of `do`, `try` and `catch` blocks is performed with lots of boilerplate that hurts readability.\n2. The composition of multiple code units that `throws` is non-straightforward.\n\nLet'sTry solves both problems by providing a trio of types for error handling simplification: Try, TryLazy and TryTyped. They are designed with composition in mind (inspired by monadic types) and encapsulate the `do`-`try`-`catch` boilerplate. They can also be used in let-binding statements just like Optional type, which makes using them a pleasure:\n\n```\nlet tried = Try { try throwingMethod() }\n\nif let succeeded = tried { ... }\n\nguard let succeeded = tried else { print(\"failed\"); return }\n```",
"homepage": "",
"license": {
"type": "MIT",
"file": ""
"authors": "Krzysztof Siejkowski",
"social_media_url": "",
"platforms": {
"ios": "8.0",
"osx": "10.11",
"watchos": "2.0",
"tvos": "9.0"
"source": {
"git": "",
"tag": "0.7.0"
"source_files": "Sources/**/*.swift",
"requires_arc": true