Solomon Esenyi
Oct 27, 2022 ⋅ 4 min read

Swift vs. Rust: Comparison guide

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2 Replies to "Swift vs. Rust: Comparison guide"

  1. Hi,

    This article provides a few but very important WRONG information, such as Swift being garbage collected (it’s not; it’s actually very similar to Rust’s model) and Swift only running on Apple OS (it’s first-party supported on Linux).

    1. I was thinking the same points as I read this. And the lack of garbage collection is one of the core advantages of Swift and very widely known in the Swift community. ARC is actually more mature and predates Swift. You should correct this and find more convincing reasons to criticise Swift.

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