iOS – How to temporarily disable some libraries in Swift

When writing swift-based software, sometimes you want to disable a library because it does not support your testing environment, but you need to keep the reference of it and the related codes in your project. This can be done by using #canimport macro.


Temporarily disable a library

This is an elegant way to prevent compile errors while still keeping the ability to use libraries when available.

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