active_record_tweaks 0.2.3 → 0.2.4

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  cache:
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+ - bundler
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  rvm:
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- - 2.3.3
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+ - 2.4
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+ - 2.6
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  - ruby-head
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  gemfile:
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  - gemfiles/rails_4_2.gemfile
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  - gemfiles/rails_5_0.gemfile
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  - gemfiles/rails_5_1.gemfile
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+ - gemfiles/rails_5_2.gemfile
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+ - gemfiles/rails_6_0.gemfile
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  matrix:
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  fast_finish: true
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+ exclude:
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+ - rvm: 2.4
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+ gemfile: gemfiles/rails_6_0.gemfile
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  allow_failures:
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  - rvm: ruby-head
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- include:
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- - rvm: 2.2.6
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- gemfile: gemfiles/rails_4_1.gemfile
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- - rvm: 2.3.3
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data/Appraisals CHANGED
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- appraise "rails_4_1" do
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- version = "~> 4.1.8"
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- gem "activesupport", version
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- gem "actionpack", version
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- gem "activerecord", version
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- gem "railties", version
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- end
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-
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  appraise "rails_4_2" do
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  version = "~> 4.2.0"
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  gem "activesupport", version
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  gem "actionpack", version
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  gem "activerecord", version
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  gem "railties", version
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+ gem "sqlite3", "~> 1.3.6"
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  end
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  appraise "rails_5_0" do
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  gem "actionpack", version
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  gem "activerecord", version
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  gem "railties", version
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+ gem "sqlite3", "~> 1.3.6"
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  end
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  appraise "rails_5_1" do
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  gem "activerecord", version
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  gem "railties", version
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  end
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+
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+ appraise "rails_5_2" do
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+ version = "~> 5.2.0"
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+ gem "activesupport", version
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+ gem "actionpack", version
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+ gem "activerecord", version
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+ gem "railties", version
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+ end
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+
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+ appraise "rails_6_0" do
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+ version = "~> 6.0.0.beta1"
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+ gem "activesupport", version
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+ gem "actionpack", version
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+ gem "activerecord", version
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+ gem "railties", version
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+ end
@@ -18,6 +18,14 @@ This project adheres to [Semantic Versioning](http://semver.org/).
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  - Nothing
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+ ## [0.2.4] - 2019-08-26
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+ ### Changed
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+ - Add support for AR 6.x
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+ - Drop support for Ruby < 2.4
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+
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  ## [0.2.3] - 2017-05-11
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  ### Changed
data/Rakefile CHANGED
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  require "appraisal"
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  require "bundler"
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  require "rspec/core/rake_task"
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  if !ENV["APPRAISAL_INITIALIZED"] && !ENV["TRAVIS"]
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  task :default do
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  s.executables = `git ls-files -- bin/*`.split("\n").map { |f| File.basename(f) }
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  s.require_paths = ["lib"]
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- s.add_dependency "activerecord", ">= 4.1.0", "< 6.0.0"
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+ s.add_dependency "activerecord", ">= 4.2.0", "< 7.0.0"
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  s.add_development_dependency "bundler", ">= 1.0.0"
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  s.add_development_dependency "rake", ">= 10.0", "<= 13.0"
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  s.add_development_dependency "coveralls", ">= 0.7"
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  s.add_development_dependency "gem-release", ">= 0.7"
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  s.add_development_dependency "timecop", ">= 0.7.1"
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- s.add_development_dependency "rubocop", "~> 0.30"
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- s.required_ruby_version = ">= 2.2.0"
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+ s.required_ruby_version = ">= 2.4.0"
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  s.required_rubygems_version = ">= 1.4.0"
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  end
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  gem "actionpack", "~> 4.2.0"
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  gem "activerecord", "~> 4.2.0"
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  gem "railties", "~> 4.2.0"
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+ gem "sqlite3", "~> 1.3.6"
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+ # This file was generated by Appraisal
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+ source "https://rubygems.org"
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+
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+ gem "activesupport", "~> 5.2.0"
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+ gem "actionpack", "~> 5.2.0"
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+ gem "activerecord", "~> 5.2.0"
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+ gem "railties", "~> 5.2.0"
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+ # This file was generated by Appraisal
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+ source "https://rubygems.org"
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+ gem "actionpack", "~> 6.0.0.beta1"
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+ gem "activerecord", "~> 6.0.0.beta1"
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+ gem "railties", "~> 6.0.0.beta1"
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+ gemspec path: "../"
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+ # frozen_string_literal: true
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  module ActiveRecordTweaks
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+ VERSION = "0.2.4"
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  let!(:person) { klass.create! }
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  context "and it has updated_at value only" do
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- before { person.update_attributes!(updated_at: Time.now, updated_on: nil) }
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+ before { person.update!(updated_at: Time.now, updated_on: nil) }
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  it { should eq "people/all/#{klass.count}" }
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  end
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  )
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metadata CHANGED
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  --- !ruby/object:Gem::Specification
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  name: active_record_tweaks
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- version: 0.2.3
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+ version: 0.2.4
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  platform: ruby
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  authors:
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  - PikachuEXE
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  autorequire:
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  bindir: bin
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- date: 2017-05-11 00:00:00.000000000 Z
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  - - ">="
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  version: 0.7.1
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- - !ruby/object:Gem::Dependency
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- name: rubocop
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- requirement: !ruby/object:Gem::Requirement
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- requirements:
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- - - "~>"
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- version: '0.30'
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- type: :development
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- prerelease: false
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- version_requirements: !ruby/object:Gem::Requirement
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- requirements:
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- - - "~>"
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- version: '0.30'
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  description: " ActiveRecord is great, but could be better. Here are some tweaks
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  for it.\n"
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  - ".gitignore"
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  - ".rspec"
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  - Appraisals
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  - Rakefile
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  - active_record_tweaks.gemspec
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  - gemfiles/.bundle/config
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- - gemfiles/rails_4_1.gemfile
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  - gemfiles/rails_4_2.gemfile
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  - gemfiles/rails_5_0.gemfile
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  - gemfiles/rails_5_1.gemfile
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  - lib/active_record_tweaks.rb
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- # The `semantic` style enforces braces around functional blocks, where the
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- # primary purpose of the block is to return a value and do..end for
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- # This looks at the usage of a block"s method to determine its type (e.g. is
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- EnforcedStyle: context_dependent
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- # The `braces` style enforces braces around all method parameters that are
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- - braces
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- # The `no_braces` style checks that the last parameter doesn"t have braces
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- # around it.
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- - no_braces
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- # The `context_dependent` style checks that the last parameter doesn"t have
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- # braces around it, but requires braces if the second to last parameter is
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- # also a hash literal.
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- - context_dependent
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- # Indentation of `when`.
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- IndentWhenRelativeTo: case
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- SupportedStyles:
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- - end
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- IndentOneStep: false
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-
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- Style/ClassAndModuleChildren:
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- #
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- # Basically there are two different styles:
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- # class Bar
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- # end
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- # end
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- #
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- # end
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- #
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- EnforcedStyle: nested
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- SupportedStyles:
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- - nested
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- - compact
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-
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- Style/ClassCheck:
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- EnforcedStyle: is_a?
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- SupportedStyles:
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- - is_a?
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- - kind_of?
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-
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- # Align with the style guide.
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- Style/CollectionMethods:
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- # Mapping from undesired method to desired_method
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- # e.g. to use `detect` over `find`:
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- # CollectionMethods:
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- # PreferredMethods:
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- # find: detect
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- PreferredMethods:
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- collect: "map"
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- collect!: "map!"
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- inject: "reduce"
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- detect: "find"
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- find_all: "select"
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-
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- # Use ` or %x around command literals.
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- Style/CommandLiteral:
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- EnforcedStyle: mixed
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- # backticks: Always use backticks.
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- # percent_x: Always use %x.
280
- # mixed: Use backticks on single-line commands, and %x on multi-line commands.
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- SupportedStyles:
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- - backticks
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- - percent_x
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- - mixed
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- # If false, the cop will always recommend using %x if one or more backticks
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- # are found in the command string.
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- AllowInnerBackticks: false
288
-
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- # Checks formatting of special comments
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- Style/CommentAnnotation:
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- Keywords:
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- - TODO
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- - FIXME
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- - OPTIMIZE
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- - HACK
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- - REVIEW
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-
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- # Checks that you have put a copyright in a comment before any code.
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- #
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- # You can override the default Notice in your .rubocop.yml file.
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- #
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- # In order to use autocorrect, you must supply a value for the
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- # AutocorrectNotice key that matches the regexp Notice. A blank
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- # AutocorrectNotice will cause an error during autocorrect.
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- #
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- # Autocorrect will add a copyright notice in a comment at the top
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- # of the file immediately after any shebang or encoding comments.
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- #
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- # Example rubocop.yml:
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- #
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- # Style/Copyright:
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- # Enabled: true
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- # Notice: "Copyright (\(c\) )?2015 Yahoo! Inc"
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- # AutocorrectNotice: "# Copyright (c) 2015 Yahoo! Inc."
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- #
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- Style/Copyright:
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- Enabled: false
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- Notice: '^Copyright (\(c\) )?2[0-9]{3} .+'
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- AutocorrectNotice: ""
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-
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- Style/Documentation:
322
- Enabled: false
323
-
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- # Multi-line method chaining should be done with leading dots.
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- EnforcedStyle: trailing
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- SupportedStyles:
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- - leading
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- - trailing
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-
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- # Warn on empty else statements
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- # empty - warn only on empty else
333
- # nil - warn on else with nil in it
334
- # both - warn on empty else and else with nil in it
335
- Style/EmptyElse:
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- EnforcedStyle: both
337
- SupportedStyles:
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- - empty
339
- - nil
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- - both
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-
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- # Use empty lines between defs.
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- Style/EmptyLineBetweenDefs:
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- # If true, this parameter means that single line method definitions don"t
345
- # need an empty line between them.
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- AllowAdjacentOneLineDefs: false
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-
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- Style/EmptyLinesAroundBlockBody:
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- EnforcedStyle: no_empty_lines
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- SupportedStyles:
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- - empty_lines
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- - no_empty_lines
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-
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- Style/EmptyLinesAroundClassBody:
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- EnforcedStyle: no_empty_lines
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- SupportedStyles:
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- - empty_lines
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- - no_empty_lines
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-
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- Style/EmptyLinesAroundModuleBody:
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- EnforcedStyle: no_empty_lines
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- SupportedStyles:
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- - empty_lines
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- - no_empty_lines
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-
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- # Checks whether the source file has a utf-8 encoding comment or not
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- # AutoCorrectEncodingComment must match the regex
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- # /#.*coding\s?[:=]\s?(?:UTF|utf)-8/
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- Style/Encoding:
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- EnforcedStyle: always
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- SupportedStyles:
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- - when_needed
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- - always
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- AutoCorrectEncodingComment: "# encoding: utf-8"
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-
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- Style/FileName:
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- # File names listed in AllCops:Include are excluded by default. Add extra
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- # excludes here.
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- Exclude: []
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-
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- Style/FirstParameterIndentation:
382
- EnforcedStyle: special_for_inner_method_call_in_parentheses
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- SupportedStyles:
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- # The first parameter should always be indented one step more than the
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- # preceding line.
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- - consistent
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- # The first parameter should normally be indented one step more than the
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- # preceding line, but if it"s a parameter for a method call that is itself
389
- # a parameter in a method call, then the inner parameter should be indented
390
- # relative to the inner method.
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- - special_for_inner_method_call
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- # Same as special_for_inner_method_call except that the special rule only
393
- # applies if the outer method call encloses its arguments in parentheses.
394
- - special_for_inner_method_call_in_parentheses
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-
396
- # Checks use of for or each in multiline loops.
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- Style/For:
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- EnforcedStyle: each
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- SupportedStyles:
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- - for
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- - each
402
-
403
- # Enforce the method used for string formatting.
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- Style/FormatString:
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- EnforcedStyle: format
406
- SupportedStyles:
407
- - format
408
- - sprintf
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- - percent
410
-
411
- # Built-in global variables are allowed by default.
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- Style/GlobalVars:
413
- AllowedVariables: []
414
-
415
- # `MinBodyLength` defines the number of lines of the a body of an if / unless
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- # needs to have to trigger this cop
417
- Style/GuardClause:
418
- MinBodyLength: 1
419
-
420
- Style/HashSyntax:
421
- EnforcedStyle: ruby19_no_mixed_keys
422
- SupportedStyles:
423
- - ruby19
424
- - ruby19_no_mixed_keys
425
- - hash_rockets
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- # Force hashes that have a symbol value to use hash rockets
427
- UseHashRocketsWithSymbolValues: false
428
-
429
- Style/IfUnlessModifier:
430
- MaxLineLength: 80
431
-
432
- Style/IndentationConsistency:
433
- # The difference between `rails` and `normal` is that the `rails` style
434
- # prescribes that in classes and modules the `protected` and `private`
435
- # modifier keywords shall be indented the same as public methods and that
436
- # protected and private members shall be indented one step more than the
437
- # modifiers. Other than that, both styles mean that entities on the same
438
- # logical depth shall have the same indentation.
439
- EnforcedStyle: normal
440
- SupportedStyles:
441
- - normal
442
- - rails
443
-
444
- Style/IndentationWidth:
445
- # Number of spaces for each indentation level.
446
- Width: 2
447
-
448
- # Checks the indentation of the first key in a hash literal.
449
- Style/IndentHash:
450
- # The value `special_inside_parentheses` means that hash literals with braces
451
- # that have their opening brace on the same line as a surrounding opening
452
- # round parenthesis, shall have their first key indented relative to the
453
- # first position inside the parenthesis.
454
- # The value `consistent` means that the indentation of the first key shall
455
- # always be relative to the first position of the line where the opening
456
- # brace is.
457
- EnforcedStyle: special_inside_parentheses
458
- SupportedStyles:
459
- - special_inside_parentheses
460
- - consistent
461
-
462
- Style/LambdaCall:
463
- EnforcedStyle: call
464
- SupportedStyles:
465
- - call
466
- - braces
467
-
468
- Style/Next:
469
- # With `always` all conditions at the end of an iteration needs to be
470
- # replaced by next - with `skip_modifier_ifs` the modifier if like this one
471
- # are ignored: [1, 2].each { |a| return "yes" if a == 1 }
472
- EnforcedStyle: skip_modifier_ifs
473
- # `MinBodyLength` defines the number of lines of the a body of an if / unless
474
- # needs to have to trigger this cop
475
- MinBodyLength: 3
476
- SupportedStyles:
477
- - skip_modifier_ifs
478
- - always
479
-
480
- Style/NonNilCheck:
481
- # With `IncludeSemanticChanges` set to `true`, this cop reports offenses for
482
- # `!x.nil?` and autocorrects that and `x != nil` to solely `x`, which is
483
- # **usually** OK, but might change behavior.
484
- #
485
- # With `IncludeSemanticChanges` set to `false`, this cop does not report
486
- # offenses for `!x.nil?` and does no changes that might change behavior.
487
- IncludeSemanticChanges: false
488
-
489
- Style/MethodDefParentheses:
490
- EnforcedStyle: require_parentheses
491
- SupportedStyles:
492
- - require_parentheses
493
- - require_no_parentheses
494
-
495
- Style/MethodName:
496
- EnforcedStyle: snake_case
497
- SupportedStyles:
498
- - snake_case
499
- - camelCase
500
-
501
- Style/MultilineOperationIndentation:
502
- EnforcedStyle: aligned
503
- SupportedStyles:
504
- - aligned
505
- - indented
506
-
507
- Style/NumericLiterals:
508
- MinDigits: 5
509
-
510
- # Allow safe assignment in conditions.
511
- Style/ParenthesesAroundCondition:
512
- AllowSafeAssignment: true
513
-
514
- Style/PercentLiteralDelimiters:
515
- PreferredDelimiters:
516
- "%": ()
517
- "%i": ()
518
- "%q": ()
519
- "%Q": ()
520
- "%r": "||"
521
- "%s": ()
522
- "%w": ()
523
- "%W": ()
524
- "%x": ()
525
-
526
- Style/PercentQLiterals:
527
- EnforcedStyle: upper_case_q
528
- SupportedStyles:
529
- - lower_case_q # Use %q when possible, %Q when necessary
530
- - upper_case_q # Always use %Q
531
-
532
- Style/PredicateName:
533
- # Predicate name prefices.
534
- NamePrefix:
535
- - is_
536
- - has_
537
- - have_
538
- # Predicate name prefices that should be removed.
539
- NamePrefixBlacklist:
540
- - is_
541
- - has_
542
- - have_
543
-
544
- Style/RaiseArgs:
545
- EnforcedStyle: exploded
546
- SupportedStyles:
547
- - compact # raise Exception.new(msg)
548
- - exploded # raise Exception, msg
549
-
550
- Style/RedundantReturn:
551
- # When true allows code like `return x, y`.
552
- AllowMultipleReturnValues: false
553
-
554
- # Use / or %r around regular expressions.
555
- Style/RegexpLiteral:
556
- EnforcedStyle: mixed
557
- # slashes: Always use slashes.
558
- # percent_r: Always use %r.
559
- # mixed: Use slashes on single-line regexes, and %r on multi-line regexes.
560
- SupportedStyles:
561
- - slashes
562
- - percent_r
563
- - mixed
564
- # If false, the cop will always recommend using %r if one or more slashes
565
- # are found in the regexp string.
566
- AllowInnerSlashes: false
567
-
568
- Style/Semicolon:
569
- # Allow ; to separate several expressions on the same line.
570
- AllowAsExpressionSeparator: false
571
-
572
- Style/SignalException:
573
- EnforcedStyle: only_fail
574
- SupportedStyles:
575
- - only_raise
576
- - only_fail
577
- - semantic
578
-
579
- Style/SingleLineBlockParams:
580
- Methods:
581
- - reduce:
582
- - a
583
- - e
584
- - inject:
585
- - a
586
- - e
587
-
588
- Style/SingleLineMethods:
589
- AllowIfMethodIsEmpty: true
590
-
591
- Style/StringLiterals:
592
- EnforcedStyle: double_quotes
593
- SupportedStyles:
594
- - single_quotes
595
- - double_quotes
596
-
597
- Style/StringLiteralsInInterpolation:
598
- EnforcedStyle: double_quotes
599
- SupportedStyles:
600
- - single_quotes
601
- - double_quotes
602
-
603
- Style/SpaceAroundBlockParameters:
604
- EnforcedStyleInsidePipes: no_space
605
- SupportedStyles:
606
- - space
607
- - no_space
608
-
609
- Style/SpaceAroundEqualsInParameterDefault:
610
- EnforcedStyle: space
611
- SupportedStyles:
612
- - space
613
- - no_space
614
-
615
- Style/SpaceAroundOperators:
616
- AllowForAlignment: true
617
-
618
- Style/SpaceBeforeBlockBraces:
619
- EnforcedStyle: space
620
- SupportedStyles:
621
- - space
622
- - no_space
623
-
624
- Style/SpaceInsideBlockBraces:
625
- EnforcedStyle: space
626
- SupportedStyles:
627
- - space
628
- - no_space
629
- # Valid values are: space, no_space
630
- EnforcedStyleForEmptyBraces: no_space
631
- # Space between { and |. Overrides EnforcedStyle if there is a conflict.
632
- SpaceBeforeBlockParameters: true
633
-
634
- Style/SpaceInsideHashLiteralBraces:
635
- EnforcedStyle: no_space
636
- EnforcedStyleForEmptyBraces: no_space
637
- SupportedStyles:
638
- - space
639
- - no_space
640
-
641
- Style/SymbolProc:
642
- # A list of method names to be ignored by the check.
643
- # The names should be fairly unique, otherwise you"ll end up ignoring lots of code.
644
- IgnoredMethods:
645
- - respond_to
646
-
647
- Style/TrailingBlankLines:
648
- EnforcedStyle: final_newline
649
- SupportedStyles:
650
- - final_newline
651
- - final_blank_line
652
-
653
- Style/TrailingCommaInArguments:
654
- # If `comma`, the cop requires a comma after the last argument, but only for
655
- # parenthesized method calls where each argument is on its own line.
656
- # If `consistent_comma`, the cop requires a comma after the last argument,
657
- # for all parenthesized method calls with arguments.
658
- EnforcedStyleForMultiline: comma
659
- SupportedStyles:
660
- - comma
661
- - consistent_comma
662
- - no_comma
663
-
664
- Style/TrailingCommaInLiteral:
665
- # If `comma`, the cop requires a comma after the last item in an array or
666
- # hash, but only when each item is on its own line.
667
- # If `consistent_comma`, the cop requires a comma after the last item of all
668
- # non-empty array and hash literals.
669
- EnforcedStyleForMultiline: comma
670
- SupportedStyles:
671
- - comma
672
- - consistent_comma
673
- - no_comma
674
-
675
- # TrivialAccessors requires exact name matches and doesn"t allow
676
- # predicated methods by default.
677
- Style/TrivialAccessors:
678
- # When set to false the cop will suggest the use of accessor methods
679
- # in situations like:
680
- #
681
- # def name
682
- # @other_name
683
- # end
684
- #
685
- # This way you can uncover "hidden" attributes in your code.
686
- ExactNameMatch: false
687
- AllowPredicates: false
688
- # Allows trivial writers that don"t end in an equal sign. e.g.
689
- #
690
- # def on_exception(action)
691
- # @on_exception=action
692
- # end
693
- # on_exception :restart
694
- #
695
- # Commonly used in DSLs
696
- AllowDSLWriters: false
697
- IgnoreClassMethods: false
698
- Whitelist:
699
- - to_ary
700
- - to_a
701
- - to_c
702
- - to_enum
703
- - to_h
704
- - to_hash
705
- - to_i
706
- - to_int
707
- - to_io
708
- - to_open
709
- - to_path
710
- - to_proc
711
- - to_r
712
- - to_regexp
713
- - to_str
714
- - to_s
715
- - to_sym
716
-
717
- Style/UnneededPercentQ:
718
- Enabled: false
719
-
720
- Style/VariableName:
721
- EnforcedStyle: snake_case
722
- SupportedStyles:
723
- - snake_case
724
- - camelCase
725
-
726
- Style/WhileUntilModifier:
727
- MaxLineLength: 80
728
-
729
- Style/WordArray:
730
- MinSize: 0
731
- # The regular expression WordRegex decides what is considered a word.
732
- WordRegex: !ruby/regexp '/\A[\p{Word}]+\z/'
733
-
734
- ##################### Metrics ##################################
735
-
736
- Metrics/AbcSize:
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- # The ABC size is a calculated magnitude, so this number can be a Fixnum or
738
- # a Float.
739
- Max: 15
740
-
741
- Metrics/BlockNesting:
742
- Max: 3
743
-
744
- Metrics/ClassLength:
745
- CountComments: false # count full line comments?
746
- Max: 100
747
-
748
- # Avoid complex methods.
749
- Metrics/CyclomaticComplexity:
750
- Max: 6
751
-
752
- Metrics/LineLength:
753
- Max: 100
754
- # To make it possible to copy or click on URIs in the code, we allow lines
755
- # contaning a URI to be longer than Max.
756
- AllowURI: true
757
- URISchemes:
758
- - http
759
- - https
760
-
761
- Metrics/MethodLength:
762
- CountComments: false # count full line comments?
763
- Max: 10
764
-
765
- Metrics/ParameterLists:
766
- Max: 5
767
- CountKeywordArgs: true
768
-
769
- Metrics/PerceivedComplexity:
770
- Max: 7
771
-
772
- ##################### Lint ##################################
773
-
774
- # Allow safe assignment in conditions.
775
- Lint/AssignmentInCondition:
776
- AllowSafeAssignment: true
777
-
778
- # Align ends correctly.
779
- Lint/EndAlignment:
780
- # The value `keyword` means that `end` should be aligned with the matching
781
- # keyword (if, while, etc.).
782
- # The value `variable` means that in assignments, `end` should be aligned
783
- # with the start of the variable on the left hand side of `=`. In all other
784
- # situations, `end` should still be aligned with the keyword.
785
- AlignWith: variable
786
- SupportedStyles:
787
- - keyword
788
- - variable
789
-
790
- Lint/DefEndAlignment:
791
- # The value `def` means that `end` should be aligned with the def keyword.
792
- # The value `start_of_line` means that `end` should be aligned with method
793
- # calls like `private`, `public`, etc, if present in front of the `def`
794
- # keyword on the same line.
795
- AlignWith: start_of_line
796
- SupportedStyles:
797
- - start_of_line
798
- - def
799
-
800
- ##################### Rails ##################################
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802
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803
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- gem "activesupport", "~> 4.1.8"
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- gem "actionpack", "~> 4.1.8"
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- gem "activerecord", "~> 4.1.8"
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- gem "railties", "~> 4.1.8"
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- gemspec path: "../"