Symbolic Swift breakpoints should map back to Objective-C implementation
||Date Originated:||17-Mar-2017 01:00 PM|
||Product Version:||Version 8.3 beta 4 (8W143q)|
If a symbolic breakpoint is attempted to be set using Swift syntax, then it should match implementations that are known to originate in Objective-C.
For example if I set a breakpoint in lldb for "UIView.layoutSubviews" then lldb should be aware on behalf of Swift developers, that this is an automatic mapping from the Objective-C -[UIView layoutSubviews] and set the breakpoint on the pertinent lower-level symbol.
By choosing to expose system level frameworks to Swift developers with a modified syntax, it seems Apple should take on the burden of making sure that modified syntax is treated as canonical regardless of the implementation language.
Steps to Reproduce:
Version 8.3 beta 4 (8W143q)
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