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Import

An Xcode Source Editor Extension that lets you add import statements from anywhere in your code. Import gives you a simple keyboard shortcut and menu item that will move any import statements from the currently selected line into the proper position at the top of the file. This can be a real timesaver and stop you losing your place when you’re half way down a long file and realise you’re missing an import. Import supports Swift, Objective-C, C++, and C.

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