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Top 9 Ruby static-code-analysis Projects
A Ruby static code analyzer and formatter, based on the community Ruby style guide.Project mention: Mastering Linters : A Code Quality Assurance Comprehensive Guide using Ruby on Rails | dev.to | 2023-11-08
Code Climate CLIProject mention: Boas práticas para revisão de código | dev.to | 2023-10-02
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Manage translation and localization with static analysis, for Ruby i18nProject mention: Identifying I18n translation keys | /r/rails | 2023-03-14
Why not i18n-tasks? 1.9k stars on GitHub. It's definitely a worthwhile dependency and probably why you're not seeing much free explanations because the gem is widely used.
A RuboCop extension focused on enforcing Rails best practices and coding conventions.Project mention: RuboCoping with legacy: Bring your Ruby code up to Standard | /r/ruby | 2023-04-05
1) Auto-correcting a whole (large) codebase at once with tons of offenses and dozens of active branches should be used with caution. Merge conflicts, blame pollution (ok, can be solved with .git-blame-ignore-revs, though can hardly remember any project using it). Though, the most important argument is that auto-correct can introduce bugs. Unfortunately, even safe autocorrect can be unsafe. Recently, I broke one popular project (with a decent, but not 99.999% test coverage) with a single "safe" auto-correction commit 🙂 (This issue).
An extension of RuboCop focused on code performance checks.
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Rubocop extension for enforcing graphql-ruby best practicesProject mention: rubocop-graphql 1.0.0 released | /r/ruby | 2023-02-28
After 3 years in development of 0. version it's a collection of 25 cops for Rubocop to take your GraphQL code to the next level. Link: https://github.com/DmitryTsepelev/rubocop-graphql
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Gradually improve your code with RuboCopProject mention: RuboCoping with legacy: Bring your Ruby code up to Standard | /r/ruby | 2023-04-05
2) Inline comments add a lot of noise. Encouraging developers to fix style issues? Or encouraging them to spend time on irrelevant fixes while working on features? The TODO approach should be considered as a prevention measure. The primary goal is to write new code in style. Unfortunately, if there are many large classes/files, TODO config can silent new offenses. To overcome this, we can use alternative tools, like rubocop-gradual.
Ruby on Rails Continuous Deployment Ecosystem to maintain Healthy Stable DevelopmentProject mention: How we configure Simplecov for our Ruby on Rails projects. | dev.to | 2023-11-21
You can find the complete configuration code here. Happy Coding!
Ruby static-code-analysis related posts
Mastering Linters : A Code Quality Assurance Comprehensive Guide using Ruby on Rails
1 project | dev.to | 8 Nov 2023
code review / feedback for improvement
2 projects | /r/ruby | 16 Sep 2023
I live and work in the US where protests against police brutality have been ongoing for days, and coming to work this week the word "cop" has an uncomfortable feeling about it.
3 projects | /r/programmingcirclejerk | 7 Jul 2023
What’s your day to day development env set up?
1 project | /r/rails | 23 Jun 2023
RuboCoping with legacy: Bring your Ruby code up to Standard
2 projects | /r/ruby | 5 Apr 2023
Ruby 2.7.8 Released
1 project | /r/ruby | 1 Apr 2023
Rubocop: The Sheriff of Your Codebase
1 project | dev.to | 24 Feb 2023
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