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# This is the default configuration file. Enabling and disabling is configured
# in separate files. This file adds all other parameters apart from Enabled.
inherit_from:
- enabled.yml
- disabled.yml
# Common configuration.
AllCops:
# Include common Ruby source files.
Include:
- '**/*.gemspec'
- '**/*.podspec'
- '**/*.jbuilder'
- '**/*.rake'
- '**/*.opal'
- '**/config.ru'
- '**/Gemfile'
- '**/Rakefile'
- '**/Capfile'
- '**/Guardfile'
- '**/Podfile'
- '**/Thorfile'
- '**/Vagrantfile'
- '**/Berksfile'
- '**/Cheffile'
- '**/Vagabondfile'
- '**/Fastfile'
- '**/*Fastfile'
Exclude:
- 'vendor/**/*'
# Default formatter will be used if no `-f/--format` option is given.
DefaultFormatter: progress
# Cop names are not displayed in offense messages by default. Change behavior
# by overriding DisplayCopNames, or by giving the `-D/--display-cop-names`
# option.
DisplayCopNames: false
# Style guide URLs are not displayed in offense messages by default. Change
# behavior by overriding `DisplayStyleGuide`, or by giving the
# `-S/--display-style-guide` option.
DisplayStyleGuide: false
# When specifying style guide URLs, any paths and/or fragments will be
# evaluated relative to the base URL.
StyleGuideBaseURL: https://github.com/bbatsov/ruby-style-guide
# Extra details are not displayed in offense messages by default. Change
# behavior by overriding ExtraDetails, or by giving the
# `-E/--extra-details` option.
ExtraDetails: false
# Additional cops that do not reference a style guide rule may be enabled by
# default. Change behavior by overriding `StyleGuideCopsOnly`, or by giving
# the `--only-guide-cops` option.
StyleGuideCopsOnly: false
# All cops except the ones in disabled.yml are enabled by default. Change
# this behavior by overriding `DisabledByDefault`. When `DisabledByDefault` is
# `true`, all cops in the default configuration are disabled, and only cops
# in user configuration are enabled. This makes cops opt-in instead of
# opt-out. Note that when `DisabledByDefault` is `true`, cops in user
# configuration will be enabled even if they don't set the Enabled parameter.
DisabledByDefault: false
# Enables the result cache if `true`. Can be overridden by the `--cache` command
# line option.
UseCache: true
# Threshold for how many files can be stored in the result cache before some
# of the files are automatically removed.
MaxFilesInCache: 20000
# The cache will be stored in "rubocop_cache" under this directory. The name
# "/tmp" is special and will be converted to the system temporary directory,
# which is "/tmp" on Unix-like systems, but could be something else on other
# systems.
CacheRootDirectory: /tmp
# The default cache root directory is /tmp, which on most systems is
# writable by any system user. This means that it is possible for a
# malicious user to anticipate the location of Rubocop's cache directory,
# and create a symlink in its place that could cause Rubocop to overwrite
# unintended files, or read malicious input. If you are certain that your
# cache location is secure from this kind of attack, and wish to use a
# symlinked cache location, set this value to "true".
AllowSymlinksInCacheRootDirectory: false
# What MRI version of the Ruby interpreter is the inspected code intended to
# run on? (If there is more than one, set this to the lowest version.)
# If a value is specified for TargetRubyVersion then it is used.
# Else if .ruby-version exists and it contains an MRI version it is used.
# Otherwise we fallback to the oldest officially supported Ruby version (2.1).
TargetRubyVersion: ~
# Indent private/protected/public as deep as method definitions
Style/AccessModifierIndentation:
EnforcedStyle: indent
SupportedStyles:
- outdent
- indent
# By default, the indentation width from Style/IndentationWidth is used
# But it can be overridden by setting this parameter
IndentationWidth: ~
Style/Alias:
EnforcedStyle: prefer_alias
SupportedStyles:
- prefer_alias
- prefer_alias_method
# Align the elements of a hash literal if they span more than one line.
Style/AlignHash:
# Alignment of entries using hash rocket as separator. Valid values are:
#
# key - left alignment of keys
# 'a' => 2
# 'bb' => 3
# separator - alignment of hash rockets, keys are right aligned
# 'a' => 2
# 'bb' => 3
# table - left alignment of keys, hash rockets, and values
# 'a' => 2
# 'bb' => 3
EnforcedHashRocketStyle: key
SupportedHashRocketStyles:
- key
- separator
- table
# Alignment of entries using colon as separator. Valid values are:
#
# key - left alignment of keys
# a: 0
# bb: 1
# separator - alignment of colons, keys are right aligned
# a: 0
# bb: 1
# table - left alignment of keys and values
# a: 0
# bb: 1
EnforcedColonStyle: key
SupportedColonStyles:
- key
- separator
- table
# Select whether hashes that are the last argument in a method call should be
# inspected? Valid values are:
#
# always_inspect - Inspect both implicit and explicit hashes.
# Registers an offense for:
# function(a: 1,
# b: 2)
# Registers an offense for:
# function({a: 1,
# b: 2})
# always_ignore - Ignore both implicit and explicit hashes.
# Accepts:
# function(a: 1,
# b: 2)
# Accepts:
# function({a: 1,
# b: 2})
# ignore_implicit - Ignore only implicit hashes.
# Accepts:
# function(a: 1,
# b: 2)
# Registers an offense for:
# function({a: 1,
# b: 2})
# ignore_explicit - Ignore only explicit hashes.
# Accepts:
# function({a: 1,
# b: 2})
# Registers an offense for:
# function(a: 1,
# b: 2)
EnforcedLastArgumentHashStyle: always_inspect
SupportedLastArgumentHashStyles:
- always_inspect
- always_ignore
- ignore_implicit
- ignore_explicit
Style/AlignParameters:
# Alignment of parameters in multi-line method calls.
#
# The `with_first_parameter` style aligns the following lines along the same
# column as the first parameter.
#
# method_call(a,
# b)
#
# The `with_fixed_indentation` style aligns the following lines with one
# level of indentation relative to the start of the line with the method call.
#
# method_call(a,
# b)
EnforcedStyle: with_first_parameter
SupportedStyles:
- with_first_parameter
- with_fixed_indentation
# By default, the indentation width from Style/IndentationWidth is used
# But it can be overridden by setting this parameter
IndentationWidth: ~
Style/AndOr:
# Whether `and` and `or` are banned only in conditionals (conditionals)
# or completely (always).
EnforcedStyle: always
SupportedStyles:
- always
- conditionals
# Checks if usage of `%()` or `%Q()` matches configuration.
Style/BarePercentLiterals:
EnforcedStyle: bare_percent
SupportedStyles:
- percent_q
- bare_percent
Style/BlockDelimiters:
EnforcedStyle: line_count_based
SupportedStyles:
# The `line_count_based` style enforces braces around single line blocks and
# do..end around multi-line blocks.
- line_count_based
# The `semantic` style enforces braces around functional blocks, where the
# primary purpose of the block is to return a value and do..end for
# procedural blocks, where the primary purpose of the block is its
# side-effects.
#
# This looks at the usage of a block's method to determine its type (e.g. is
# the result of a `map` assigned to a variable or passed to another
# method) but exceptions are permitted in the `ProceduralMethods`,
# `FunctionalMethods` and `IgnoredMethods` sections below.
- semantic
# The `braces_for_chaining` style enforces braces around single line blocks
# and do..end around multi-line blocks, except for multi-line blocks whose
# return value is being chained with another method (in which case braces
# are enforced).
- braces_for_chaining
ProceduralMethods:
# Methods that are known to be procedural in nature but look functional from
# their usage, e.g.
#
# time = Benchmark.realtime do
# foo.bar
# end
#
# Here, the return value of the block is discarded but the return value of
# `Benchmark.realtime` is used.
- benchmark
- bm
- bmbm
- create
- each_with_object
- measure
- new
- realtime
- tap
- with_object
FunctionalMethods:
# Methods that are known to be functional in nature but look procedural from
# their usage, e.g.
#
# let(:foo) { Foo.new }
#
# Here, the return value of `Foo.new` is used to define a `foo` helper but
# doesn't appear to be used from the return value of `let`.
- let
- let!
- subject
- watch
IgnoredMethods:
# Methods that can be either procedural or functional and cannot be
# categorised from their usage alone, e.g.
#
# foo = lambda do |x|
# puts "Hello, #{x}"
# end
#
# foo = lambda do |x|
# x * 100
# end
#
# Here, it is impossible to tell from the return value of `lambda` whether
# the inner block's return value is significant.
- lambda
- proc
- it
Style/BracesAroundHashParameters:
EnforcedStyle: no_braces
SupportedStyles:
# The `braces` style enforces braces around all method parameters that are
# hashes.
- braces
# The `no_braces` style checks that the last parameter doesn't have braces
# around it.
- no_braces
# The `context_dependent` style checks that the last parameter doesn't have
# braces around it, but requires braces if the second to last parameter is
# also a hash literal.
- context_dependent
# Indentation of `when`.
Style/CaseIndentation:
EnforcedStyle: case
SupportedStyles:
- case
- end
IndentOneStep: false
# By default, the indentation width from `Style/IndentationWidth` is used.
# But it can be overridden by setting this parameter.
# This only matters if `IndentOneStep` is `true`
IndentationWidth: ~
Style/ClassAndModuleChildren:
# Checks the style of children definitions at classes and modules.
#
# Basically there are two different styles:
#
# `nested` - have each child on a separate line
# class Foo
# class Bar
# end
# end
#
# `compact` - combine definitions as much as possible
# class Foo::Bar
# end
#
# The compact style is only forced, for classes or modules with one child.
EnforcedStyle: nested
SupportedStyles:
- nested
- compact
Style/ClassCheck:
EnforcedStyle: is_a?
SupportedStyles:
- is_a?
- kind_of?
# Align with the style guide.
Style/CollectionMethods:
# Mapping from undesired method to desired_method
# e.g. to use `detect` over `find`:
#
# CollectionMethods:
# PreferredMethods:
# find: detect
PreferredMethods:
collect: 'map'
collect!: 'map!'
inject: 'reduce'
detect: 'find'
find_all: 'select'
# Use '`' or '%x' around command literals.
Style/CommandLiteral:
EnforcedStyle: backticks
# backticks: Always use backticks.
# percent_x: Always use `%x`.
# mixed: Use backticks on single-line commands, and `%x` on multi-line commands.
SupportedStyles:
- backticks
- percent_x
- mixed
# If `false`, the cop will always recommend using `%x` if one or more backticks
# are found in the command string.
AllowInnerBackticks: false
# Checks formatting of special comments
Style/CommentAnnotation:
Keywords:
- TODO
- FIXME
- OPTIMIZE
- HACK
- REVIEW
Style/ConditionalAssignment:
EnforcedStyle: assign_to_condition
SupportedStyles:
- assign_to_condition
- assign_inside_condition
# When configured to `assign_to_condition`, `SingleLineConditionsOnly`
# will only register an offense when all branches of a condition are
# a single line.
# When configured to `assign_inside_condition`, `SingleLineConditionsOnly`
# will only register an offense for assignment to a condition that has
# at least one multiline branch.
SingleLineConditionsOnly: true
IncludeTernaryExpressions: true
# Checks that you have put a copyright in a comment before any code.
#
# You can override the default Notice in your .rubocop.yml file.
#
# In order to use autocorrect, you must supply a value for the
# `AutocorrectNotice` key that matches the regexp Notice. A blank
# `AutocorrectNotice` will cause an error during autocorrect.
#
# Autocorrect will add a copyright notice in a comment at the top
# of the file immediately after any shebang or encoding comments.
#
# Example rubocop.yml:
#
# Style/Copyright:
# Enabled: true
# Notice: 'Copyright (\(c\) )?2015 Yahoo! Inc'
# AutocorrectNotice: '# Copyright (c) 2015 Yahoo! Inc.'
#
Style/Copyright:
Notice: '^Copyright (\(c\) )?2[0-9]{3} .+'
AutocorrectNotice: ''
Style/DocumentationMethod:
RequireForNonPublicMethods: false
# Multi-line method chaining should be done with leading dots.
Style/DotPosition:
EnforcedStyle: leading
SupportedStyles:
- leading
- trailing
# Warn on empty else statements
# empty - warn only on empty `else`
# nil - warn on `else` with nil in it
# both - warn on empty `else` and `else` with `nil` in it
Style/EmptyElse:
EnforcedStyle: both
SupportedStyles:
- empty
- nil
- both
# Use empty lines between defs.
Style/EmptyLineBetweenDefs:
# If `true`, this parameter means that single line method definitions don't
# need an empty line between them.
AllowAdjacentOneLineDefs: false
Style/EmptyLinesAroundBlockBody:
EnforcedStyle: no_empty_lines
SupportedStyles:
- empty_lines
- no_empty_lines
Style/EmptyLinesAroundClassBody:
EnforcedStyle: no_empty_lines
SupportedStyles:
- empty_lines
- empty_lines_except_namespace
- empty_lines_special
- no_empty_lines
Style/EmptyLinesAroundModuleBody:
EnforcedStyle: no_empty_lines
SupportedStyles:
- empty_lines
- empty_lines_except_namespace
- empty_lines_special
- no_empty_lines
Style/EmptyMethod:
EnforcedStyle: compact
SupportedStyles:
- compact
- expanded
# Checks whether the source file has a utf-8 encoding comment or not
# AutoCorrectEncodingComment must match the regex
# /#.*coding\s?[:=]\s?(?:UTF|utf)-8/
Style/Encoding:
EnforcedStyle: never
SupportedStyles:
- when_needed
- always
- never
AutoCorrectEncodingComment: '# encoding: utf-8'
Style/EndOfLine:
# The `native` style means that CR+LF (Carriage Return + Line Feed) is
# enforced on Windows, and LF is enforced on other platforms. The other styles
# mean LF and CR+LF, respectively.
EnforcedStyle: native
SupportedStyles:
- native
- lf
- crlf
Style/ExtraSpacing:
# When true, allows most uses of extra spacing if the intent is to align
# things with the previous or next line, not counting empty lines or comment
# lines.
AllowForAlignment: true
# When true, forces the alignment of `=` in assignments on consecutive lines.
ForceEqualSignAlignment: false
Style/FileName:
# File names listed in `AllCops:Include` are excluded by default. Add extra
# excludes here.
Exclude: []
# When `true`, requires that each source file should define a class or module
# with a name which matches the file name (converted to ... case).
# It further expects it to be nested inside modules which match the names
# of subdirectories in its path.
ExpectMatchingDefinition: false
# If non-`nil`, expect all source file names to match the following regex.
# Only the file name itself is matched, not the entire file path.
# Use anchors as necessary if you want to match the entire name rather than
# just a part of it.
Regex: ~
# With `IgnoreExecutableScripts` set to `true`, this cop does not
# report offending filenames for executable scripts (i.e. source
# files with a shebang in the first line).
IgnoreExecutableScripts: true
AllowedAcronyms:
- CLI
- DSL
- ACL
- API
- ASCII
- CPU
- CSS
- DNS
- EOF
- GUID
- HTML
- HTTP
- HTTPS
- ID
- IP
- JSON
- LHS
- QPS
- RAM
- RHS
- RPC
- SLA
- SMTP
- SQL
- SSH
- TCP
- TLS
- TTL
- UDP
- UI
- UID
- UUID
- URI
- URL
- UTF8
- VM
- XML
- XMPP
- XSRF
- XSS
Style/FirstParameterIndentation:
EnforcedStyle: special_for_inner_method_call_in_parentheses
SupportedStyles:
# The first parameter should always be indented one step more than the
# preceding line.
- consistent
# The first parameter should normally be indented one step more than the
# preceding line, but if it's a parameter for a method call that is itself
# a parameter in a method call, then the inner parameter should be indented
# relative to the inner method.
- special_for_inner_method_call
# Same as `special_for_inner_method_call` except that the special rule only
# applies if the outer method call encloses its arguments in parentheses.
- special_for_inner_method_call_in_parentheses
# By default, the indentation width from `Style/IndentationWidth` is used
# But it can be overridden by setting this parameter
IndentationWidth: ~
# Checks use of for or each in multiline loops.
Style/For:
EnforcedStyle: each
SupportedStyles:
- for
- each
# Enforce the method used for string formatting.
Style/FormatString:
EnforcedStyle: format
SupportedStyles:
- format
- sprintf
- percent
Style/FrozenStringLiteralComment:
EnforcedStyle: when_needed
SupportedStyles:
# `when_needed` will add the frozen string literal comment to files
# only when the `TargetRubyVersion` is set to 2.3+.
- when_needed
# `always` will always add the frozen string literal comment to a file
# regardless of the Ruby version or if `freeze` or `<<` are called on a
# string literal. If you run code against multiple versions of Ruby, it is
# possible that this will create errors in Ruby 2.3.0+.
- always
# `never` will enforce that the frozen string literal comment does not
# exist in a file.
- never
# Built-in global variables are allowed by default.
Style/GlobalVars:
AllowedVariables: []
# `MinBodyLength` defines the number of lines of the a body of an `if` or `unless`
# needs to have to trigger this cop
Style/GuardClause:
MinBodyLength: 1
Style/HashSyntax:
EnforcedStyle: ruby19
SupportedStyles:
# checks for 1.9 syntax (e.g. {a: 1}) for all symbol keys
- ruby19
# checks for hash rocket syntax for all hashes
- hash_rockets
# forbids mixed key syntaxes (e.g. {a: 1, :b => 2})
- no_mixed_keys
# enforces both ruby19 and no_mixed_keys styles
- ruby19_no_mixed_keys
# Force hashes that have a symbol value to use hash rockets
UseHashRocketsWithSymbolValues: false
# Do not suggest { a?: 1 } over { :a? => 1 } in ruby19 style
PreferHashRocketsForNonAlnumEndingSymbols: false
Style/IfUnlessModifier:
MaxLineLength: 80
Style/IndentationConsistency:
# The difference between `rails` and `normal` is that the `rails` style
# prescribes that in classes and modules the `protected` and `private`
# modifier keywords shall be indented the same as public methods and that
# protected and private members shall be indented one step more than the
# modifiers. Other than that, both styles mean that entities on the same
# logical depth shall have the same indentation.
EnforcedStyle: normal
SupportedStyles:
- normal
- rails
Style/IndentationWidth:
# Number of spaces for each indentation level.
Width: 2
# Checks the indentation of the first element in an array literal.
Style/IndentArray:
# The value `special_inside_parentheses` means that array literals with
# brackets that have their opening bracket on the same line as a surrounding
# opening round parenthesis, shall have their first element indented relative
# to the first position inside the parenthesis.
#
# The value `consistent` means that the indentation of the first element shall
# always be relative to the first position of the line where the opening
# bracket is.
#
# The value `align_brackets` means that the indentation of the first element
# shall always be relative to the position of the opening bracket.
EnforcedStyle: special_inside_parentheses
SupportedStyles:
- special_inside_parentheses
- consistent
- align_brackets
# By default, the indentation width from `Style/IndentationWidth` is used
# But it can be overridden by setting this parameter
IndentationWidth: ~
# Checks the indentation of assignment RHS, when on a different line from LHS
Style/IndentAssignment:
# By default, the indentation width from `Style/IndentationWidth` is used
# But it can be overridden by setting this parameter
IndentationWidth: ~
# Checks the indentation of the first key in a hash literal.
Style/IndentHash:
# The value `special_inside_parentheses` means that hash literals with braces
# that have their opening brace on the same line as a surrounding opening
# round parenthesis, shall have their first key indented relative to the
# first position inside the parenthesis.
#
# The value `consistent` means that the indentation of the first key shall
# always be relative to the first position of the line where the opening
# brace is.
#
# The value `align_braces` means that the indentation of the first key shall
# always be relative to the position of the opening brace.
EnforcedStyle: special_inside_parentheses
SupportedStyles:
- special_inside_parentheses
- consistent
- align_braces
# By default, the indentation width from `Style/IndentationWidth` is used
# But it can be overridden by setting this parameter
IndentationWidth: ~
Style/IndentHeredoc:
EnforcedStyle: ruby23
SupportedStyles:
- ruby23
- active_support
- powerpack
- unindent
Style/InverseMethods:
Enabled: true
# `InverseMethods` are methods that can be inverted by a not (`not` or `!`)
# The relationship of inverse methods only needs to be defined in one direction.
# Keys and values both need to be defined as symbols.
InverseMethods:
:any?: :none?
:even?: :odd?
:==: :!=
:=~: :!~
:<: :>=
:>: :<=
# `ActiveSupport` defines some common inverse methods. They are listed below,
# and not enabled by default.
#:present?: :blank?,
#:include?: :exclude?
# `InverseBlocks` are methods that are inverted by inverting the return
# of the block that is passed to the method
InverseBlocks:
:select: :reject
Style/Lambda:
EnforcedStyle: line_count_dependent
SupportedStyles:
- line_count_dependent
- lambda
- literal
Style/SpaceInLambdaLiteral:
EnforcedStyle: require_no_space
SupportedStyles:
- require_no_space
- require_space
Style/LambdaCall:
EnforcedStyle: call
SupportedStyles:
- call
- braces
Style/MethodCallWithArgsParentheses:
IgnoredMethods: []
Style/MethodDefParentheses:
EnforcedStyle: require_parentheses
SupportedStyles:
- require_parentheses
- require_no_parentheses
- require_no_parentheses_except_multiline
Style/MethodName:
EnforcedStyle: snake_case
SupportedStyles:
- snake_case
- camelCase
# Checks the grouping of mixins (`include`, `extend`, `prepend`) in `class` and
# `module` bodies.
Style/MixinGrouping:
EnforcedStyle: separated
SupportedStyles:
# separated: each mixed in module goes in a separate statement.
# grouped: mixed in modules are grouped into a single statement.
- separated
- grouped
Style/ModuleFunction:
EnforcedStyle: module_function
SupportedStyles:
- module_function
- extend_self
Style/MultilineArrayBraceLayout:
EnforcedStyle: symmetrical
SupportedStyles:
# symmetrical: closing brace is positioned in same way as opening brace
# new_line: closing brace is always on a new line
# same_line: closing brace is always on the same line as last element
- symmetrical
- new_line
- same_line
Style/MultilineAssignmentLayout:
# The types of assignments which are subject to this rule.
SupportedTypes:
- block
- case
- class
- if
- kwbegin
- module
EnforcedStyle: new_line
SupportedStyles:
# Ensures that the assignment operator and the rhs are on the same line for
# the set of supported types.
- same_line
# Ensures that the assignment operator and the rhs are on separate lines
# for the set of supported types.
- new_line
Style/MultilineHashBraceLayout:
EnforcedStyle: symmetrical
SupportedStyles:
# symmetrical: closing brace is positioned in same way as opening brace
# new_line: closing brace is always on a new line
# same_line: closing brace is always on same line as last element
- symmetrical
- new_line
- same_line
Style/MultilineMemoization:
EnforcedStyle: keyword
SupportedStyles:
- keyword
- braces
Style/MultilineMethodCallBraceLayout:
EnforcedStyle: symmetrical
SupportedStyles:
# symmetrical: closing brace is positioned in same way as opening brace
# new_line: closing brace is always on a new line
# same_line: closing brace is always on the same line as last argument
- symmetrical
- new_line
- same_line
Style/MultilineMethodCallIndentation:
EnforcedStyle: aligned
SupportedStyles:
- aligned
- indented
- indented_relative_to_receiver
# By default, the indentation width from Style/IndentationWidth is used
# But it can be overridden by setting this parameter
IndentationWidth: ~
Style/MultilineMethodDefinitionBraceLayout:
EnforcedStyle: symmetrical
SupportedStyles:
# symmetrical: closing brace is positioned in same way as opening brace
# new_line: closing brace is always on a new line
# same_line: closing brace is always on the same line as last parameter
- symmetrical
- new_line
- same_line
Style/MultilineOperationIndentation:
EnforcedStyle: aligned
SupportedStyles:
- aligned
- indented
# By default, the indentation width from `Style/IndentationWidth` is used
# But it can be overridden by setting this parameter
IndentationWidth: ~
Style/Next:
# With `always` all conditions at the end of an iteration needs to be
# replaced by next - with `skip_modifier_ifs` the modifier if like this one
# are ignored: [1, 2].each { |a| return 'yes' if a == 1 }
EnforcedStyle: skip_modifier_ifs
# `MinBodyLength` defines the number of lines of the a body of an `if` or `unless`
# needs to have to trigger this cop
MinBodyLength: 3
SupportedStyles:
- skip_modifier_ifs
- always
Style/NonNilCheck:
# With `IncludeSemanticChanges` set to `true`, this cop reports offenses for
# `!x.nil?` and autocorrects that and `x != nil` to solely `x`, which is
# **usually** OK, but might change behavior.
#
# With `IncludeSemanticChanges` set to `false`, this cop does not report
# offenses for `!x.nil?` and does no changes that might change behavior.
IncludeSemanticChanges: false
Style/NumericLiterals:
MinDigits: 5
Style/NumericLiteralPrefix:
EnforcedOctalStyle: zero_with_o
SupportedOctalStyles:
- zero_with_o
- zero_only
Style/NumericPredicate:
EnforcedStyle: predicate
SupportedStyles:
- predicate
- comparison
# Exclude RSpec specs because assertions like `expect(1).to be > 0` cause
# false positives.
Exclude:
- 'spec/**/*'
Style/OptionHash:
# A list of parameter names that will be flagged by this cop.
SuspiciousParamNames:
- options
- opts
- args
- params
- parameters
# Allow safe assignment in conditions.
Style/ParenthesesAroundCondition:
AllowSafeAssignment: true
Style/PercentLiteralDelimiters:
PreferredDelimiters:
'%': ()
'%i': ()
'%I': ()
'%q': ()
'%Q': ()
'%r': '{}'
'%s': ()
'%w': ()
'%W': ()
'%x': ()
Style/PercentQLiterals:
EnforcedStyle: lower_case_q
SupportedStyles:
- lower_case_q # Use `%q` when possible, `%Q` when necessary
- upper_case_q # Always use `%Q`
Style/PredicateName:
# Predicate name prefixes.
NamePrefix:
- is_
- has_
- have_
# Predicate name prefixes that should be removed.
NamePrefixBlacklist:
- is_
- has_
- have_
# Predicate names which, despite having a blacklisted prefix, or no `?`,
# should still be accepted
NameWhitelist:
- is_a?
# Exclude Rspec specs because there is a strong convetion to write spec
# helpers in the form of `have_something` or `be_something`.
Exclude:
- 'spec/**/*'
Style/PreferredHashMethods:
EnforcedStyle: short
SupportedStyles:
- short
- verbose
Style/RaiseArgs:
EnforcedStyle: exploded
SupportedStyles:
- compact # raise Exception.new(msg)
- exploded # raise Exception, msg
Style/RedundantReturn:
# When `true` allows code like `return x, y`.
AllowMultipleReturnValues: false
# Use `/` or `%r` around regular expressions.
Style/RegexpLiteral:
EnforcedStyle: slashes
# slashes: Always use slashes.
# percent_r: Always use `%r`.
# mixed: Use slashes on single-line regexes, and `%r` on multi-line regexes.
SupportedStyles:
- slashes
- percent_r
- mixed
# If `false`, the cop will always recommend using `%r` if one or more slashes
# are found in the regexp string.
AllowInnerSlashes: false
Style/SafeNavigation:
# Safe navigation may cause a statement to start returning `nil` in addition
# to whatever it used to return.
ConvertCodeThatCanStartToReturnNil: false
Style/Semicolon:
# Allow `;` to separate several expressions on the same line.
AllowAsExpressionSeparator: false
Style/SignalException:
EnforcedStyle: only_raise
SupportedStyles:
- only_raise
- only_fail
- semantic
Style/SingleLineBlockParams:
Methods:
- reduce:
- acc
- elem
- inject:
- acc
- elem
Style/SingleLineMethods:
AllowIfMethodIsEmpty: true
Style/SpaceAroundBlockParameters:
EnforcedStyleInsidePipes: no_space
SupportedStylesInsidePipes:
- space
- no_space
Style/SpaceAroundEqualsInParameterDefault:
EnforcedStyle: space
SupportedStyles:
- space
- no_space
Style/SpaceAroundOperators:
# When `true`, allows most uses of extra spacing if the intent is to align
# with an operator on the previous or next line, not counting empty lines
# or comment lines.
AllowForAlignment: true
Style/SpaceBeforeBlockBraces:
EnforcedStyle: space
SupportedStyles:
- space
- no_space
Style/SpaceBeforeFirstArg:
# When `true`, allows most uses of extra spacing if the intent is to align
# things with the previous or next line, not counting empty lines or comment
# lines.
AllowForAlignment: true
Style/SpaceInsideBlockBraces:
EnforcedStyle: space
SupportedStyles:
- space
- no_space
EnforcedStyleForEmptyBraces: no_space
SupportedStylesForEmptyBraces:
- space
- no_space
# Space between `{` and `|`. Overrides `EnforcedStyle` if there is a conflict.
SpaceBeforeBlockParameters: true
Style/SpaceInsideHashLiteralBraces:
EnforcedStyle: space
SupportedStyles:
- space
- no_space
# 'compact' normally requires a space inside hash braces, with the exception
# that successive left braces or right braces are collapsed together
- compact
EnforcedStyleForEmptyBraces: no_space
SupportedStylesForEmptyBraces:
- space
- no_space
Style/SpaceInsideStringInterpolation:
EnforcedStyle: no_space
SupportedStyles:
- space
- no_space
Style/SpecialGlobalVars:
EnforcedStyle: use_english_names
SupportedStyles:
- use_perl_names
- use_english_names
Style/StabbyLambdaParentheses:
EnforcedStyle: require_parentheses
SupportedStyles:
- require_parentheses
- require_no_parentheses
Style/StringLiterals:
EnforcedStyle: single_quotes
SupportedStyles:
- single_quotes
- double_quotes
# If `true`, strings which span multiple lines using `\` for continuation must
# use the same type of quotes on each line.
ConsistentQuotesInMultiline: false
Style/StringLiteralsInInterpolation:
EnforcedStyle: single_quotes
SupportedStyles:
- single_quotes
- double_quotes
Style/StringMethods:
# Mapping from undesired method to desired_method
# e.g. to use `to_sym` over `intern`:
#
# StringMethods:
# PreferredMethods:
# intern: to_sym
PreferredMethods:
intern: to_sym
Style/SymbolArray:
EnforcedStyle: percent
SupportedStyles:
- percent
- brackets
Style/SymbolProc:
# A list of method names to be ignored by the check.
# The names should be fairly unique, otherwise you'll end up ignoring lots of code.
IgnoredMethods:
- respond_to
- define_method
Style/TernaryParentheses:
EnforcedStyle: require_no_parentheses
SupportedStyles:
- require_parentheses
- require_no_parentheses
- require_parentheses_when_complex
AllowSafeAssignment: true
Style/TrailingBlankLines:
EnforcedStyle: final_newline
SupportedStyles:
- final_newline
- final_blank_line
Style/TrailingCommaInArguments:
# If `comma`, the cop requires a comma after the last argument, but only for
# parenthesized method calls where each argument is on its own line.
# If `consistent_comma`, the cop requires a comma after the last argument,
# for all parenthesized method calls with arguments.
EnforcedStyleForMultiline: no_comma
SupportedStylesForMultiline:
- comma
- consistent_comma
- no_comma
Style/TrailingCommaInLiteral:
# If `comma`, the cop requires a comma after the last item in an array or
# hash, but only when each item is on its own line.
# If `consistent_comma`, the cop requires a comma after the last item of all
# non-empty array and hash literals.
EnforcedStyleForMultiline: no_comma
SupportedStylesForMultiline:
- comma
- consistent_comma
- no_comma
# `TrivialAccessors` requires exact name matches and doesn't allow
# predicated methods by default.
Style/TrivialAccessors:
# When set to `false` the cop will suggest the use of accessor methods
# in situations like:
#
# def name
# @other_name
# end
#
# This way you can uncover "hidden" attributes in your code.
ExactNameMatch: true
AllowPredicates: true
# Allows trivial writers that don't end in an equal sign. e.g.
#
# def on_exception(action)
# @on_exception=action
# end
# on_exception :restart
#
# Commonly used in DSLs
AllowDSLWriters: false
IgnoreClassMethods: false
Whitelist:
- to_ary
- to_a
- to_c
- to_enum
- to_h
- to_hash
- to_i
- to_int
- to_io
- to_open
- to_path
- to_proc
- to_r
- to_regexp
- to_str
- to_s
- to_sym
Style/VariableName:
EnforcedStyle: snake_case
SupportedStyles:
- snake_case
- camelCase
Style/VariableNumber:
EnforcedStyle: normalcase
SupportedStyles:
- snake_case
- normalcase
- non_integer
Style/WhileUntilModifier:
MaxLineLength: 80
# `WordArray` enforces how array literals of word-like strings should be expressed.
Style/WordArray:
EnforcedStyle: percent
SupportedStyles:
# percent style: %w(word1 word2)
- percent
# bracket style: ['word1', 'word2']
- brackets
# The `MinSize` option causes the `WordArray` rule to be ignored for arrays
# smaller than a certain size. The rule is only applied to arrays
# whose element count is greater than or equal to `MinSize`.
MinSize: 0
# The regular expression `WordRegex` decides what is considered a word.
WordRegex: !ruby/regexp '/\A[\p{Word}\n\t]+\z/'
#################### Metrics ###############################
Metrics/AbcSize:
# The ABC size is a calculated magnitude, so this number can be an Integer or
# a Float.
Max: 15
Metrics/BlockLength:
CountComments: false # count full line comments?
Max: 25
ExcludedMethods: []
Metrics/BlockNesting:
CountBlocks: false
Max: 3
Metrics/ClassLength:
CountComments: false # count full line comments?
Max: 100
# Avoid complex methods.
Metrics/CyclomaticComplexity:
Max: 6
Metrics/LineLength:
Max: 80
# To make it possible to copy or click on URIs in the code, we allow lines
# containing a URI to be longer than Max.
AllowHeredoc: true
AllowURI: true
URISchemes:
- http
- https
# The IgnoreCopDirectives option causes the LineLength rule to ignore cop
# directives like '# rubocop: enable ...' when calculating a line's length.
IgnoreCopDirectives: false
# The IgnoredPatterns option is a list of !ruby/regexp and/or string
# elements. Strings will be converted to Regexp objects. A line that matches
# any regular expression listed in this option will be ignored by LineLength.
IgnoredPatterns: []
Metrics/MethodLength:
CountComments: false # count full line comments?
Max: 10
Metrics/ModuleLength:
CountComments: false # count full line comments?
Max: 100
Metrics/ParameterLists:
Max: 5
CountKeywordArgs: true
Metrics/PerceivedComplexity:
Max: 7
#################### Lint ##################################
# Allow safe assignment in conditions.
Lint/AssignmentInCondition:
AllowSafeAssignment: true
# checks whether the end keywords are aligned properly for `do` `end` blocks.
Lint/BlockAlignment:
# The value `start_of_block` means that the `end` should be aligned with line
# where the `do` keyword appears.
# The value `start_of_line` means it should be aligned with the whole
# expression's starting line.
# The value `either` means both are allowed.
EnforcedStyleAlignWith: either
SupportedStylesAlignWith:
- either
- start_of_block
- start_of_line
Lint/DefEndAlignment:
# The value `def` means that `end` should be aligned with the def keyword.
# The value `start_of_line` means that `end` should be aligned with method
# calls like `private`, `public`, etc, if present in front of the `def`
# keyword on the same line.
EnforcedStyleAlignWith: start_of_line
SupportedStylesAlignWith:
- start_of_line
- def
AutoCorrect: false
# Align ends correctly.
Lint/EndAlignment:
# The value `keyword` means that `end` should be aligned with the matching
# keyword (`if`, `while`, etc.).
# The value `variable` means that in assignments, `end` should be aligned
# with the start of the variable on the left hand side of `=`. In all other
# situations, `end` should still be aligned with the keyword.
# The value `start_of_line` means that `end` should be aligned with the start
# of the line which the matching keyword appears on.
EnforcedStyleAlignWith: keyword
SupportedStylesAlignWith:
- keyword
- variable
- start_of_line
AutoCorrect: false
Lint/InheritException:
# The default base class in favour of `Exception`.
EnforcedStyle: runtime_error
SupportedStyles:
- runtime_error
- standard_error
Lint/SafeNavigationChain:
Whitelist:
- present?
- blank?
- presence
- try
# Checks for unused block arguments
Lint/UnusedBlockArgument:
IgnoreEmptyBlocks: true
AllowUnusedKeywordArguments: false
# Checks for unused method arguments.
Lint/UnusedMethodArgument:
AllowUnusedKeywordArguments: false
IgnoreEmptyMethods: true
#################### Performance ###########################
Performance/DoubleStartEndWith:
# Used to check for `starts_with?` and `ends_with?`.
# These methods are defined by `ActiveSupport`.
IncludeActiveSupportAliases: false
Performance/RedundantMerge:
# Max number of key-value pairs to consider an offense
MaxKeyValuePairs: 2
#################### Rails #################################
Rails/ActionFilter:
EnforcedStyle: action
SupportedStyles:
- action
- filter
Include:
- app/controllers/**/*.rb
Rails/Date:
# The value `strict` disallows usage of `Date.today`, `Date.current`,
# `Date#to_time` etc.
# The value `flexible` allows usage of `Date.current`, `Date.yesterday`, etc
# (but not `Date.today`) which are overridden by ActiveSupport to handle current
# time zone.
EnforcedStyle: flexible
SupportedStyles:
- strict
- flexible
Rails/DynamicFindBy:
Whitelist:
- find_by_sql
Rails/EnumUniqueness:
Include:
- app/models/**/*.rb
Rails/Exit:
Include:
- app/**/*.rb
- config/**/*.rb
- lib/**/*.rb
Exclude:
- lib/**/*.rake
Rails/FindBy:
Include:
- app/models/**/*.rb
Rails/FindEach:
Include:
- app/models/**/*.rb
Rails/HasAndBelongsToMany:
Include:
- app/models/**/*.rb
Rails/NotNullColumn:
Include:
- db/migrate/*.rb
Rails/Output:
Include:
- app/**/*.rb
- config/**/*.rb
- db/**/*.rb
- lib/**/*.rb
Rails/ReadWriteAttribute:
Include:
- app/models/**/*.rb
Rails/RequestReferer:
EnforcedStyle: referer
SupportedStyles:
- referer
- referrer
Rails/ReversibleMigration:
Include:
- db/migrate/*.rb
Rails/SafeNavigation:
# This will convert usages of `try` to use safe navigation as well as `try!`.
# `try` and `try!` work slighly differently. `try!` and safe navigation will
# both raise a `NoMethodError` if the receiver of the method call does not
# implement the intended method. `try` will not raise an exception for this.
ConvertTry: false
Rails/ScopeArgs:
Include:
- app/models/**/*.rb
Rails/TimeZone:
# The value `strict` means that `Time` should be used with `zone`.
# The value `flexible` allows usage of `in_time_zone` instead of `zone`.
EnforcedStyle: flexible
SupportedStyles:
- strict
- flexible
Rails/UniqBeforePluck:
EnforcedStyle: conservative
SupportedStyles:
- conservative
- aggressive
AutoCorrect: false
Rails/SkipsModelValidations:
Blacklist:
- decrement!
- decrement_counter
- increment!
- increment_counter
- toggle!
- touch
- update_all
- update_attribute
- update_column
- update_columns
- update_counters
Rails/Validation:
Include:
- app/models/**/*.rb