An Xcode plugin that shows you a break down of Swift build times. Build Time Analyzer uses the log files generated by Xcode when building to display a function by function list detailing exactly how long it took the compiler to build your project. The Swift compiler can sometimes be surprisingly fussy about certain code expressions, causing a dramatic increase in build time. This plugin helps you identify which syntax atrocities you need to commit to save yourself a lot of time waiting for builds to complete.
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