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My new SPM package automatically detects leaked Views and ViewControllers

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I just finished creating an SPM package and I am wondering if there are folks here that would like to give it a try.

I found a way to detect when a ViewController closes but it or any of its Views don't deinit. It helped my find a couple of leaks in my own apps, explaining some of the odd behaviour I was experiencing. I created an SPM package around it, which will show you an alert every time it detects a leak. Installation is super easy and straightforward.

The package also has an extensive readme file which is worth a read by itself. It can be found on Github: https://github.com/Janneman84/LeakedViewControllerDetector

Any input would be greatly appreciated, thanks!

   

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