Soulful docs for Swift & Objective-C
There is no native functionality in Xcode for that. In the past I used Doxygen on Objective-C, but it does not support Swift. Looking at Jazzy, it does not seem to have that feature, but maybe it's hidden in some option.
A Ruby script that scans all swift code from the specified folders and files and automatically generates an entity diagram (similar to a class diagram) which can be viewed in a browser.
Maybe this? https://github.com/yoshimkd/swift-auto-diagram
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Xcode Extension for generating class diagrams from Swift code (powered by PlantUML)
Here's an Xcode extension that will do it!
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