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'Failed to import bridging header'
Hi, I've been doing a lot of work to get Swift usable in a cross-platform way (Mac, iOS, Linux, Android, Raspberry Pi). I heard about this Windows port so I thought I would give it a try.
Using the prebuilt Visual Studio 2015 binaries for the command line swift and swiftc executables provided by the Swift for Windows page, I am able to build and run a trivial Swift program (e.g. print("Hello World").
So my next step is to use a bridging header. The way I'm approaching cross-platform is that I have a bunch of already cross-platform C libraries (e.g. SDL) which I bind to Swift. Then you can write cross-platform Swift code. But for this to work, I need a bridging
When I try specifying a bridging header, I get the error "failed to import bridging header".
Any ideas on how to get this working?