Currently, you need to have rubocop installed manually.
npm i -D vile vile-rubocop gem install rubocop
Note: A good strategy is to use Bundler.
You can pass a custom config vile path
-c ... as so:
rubocop: config: "another.rubocop.yml"
For now, ignoring is only supported via
Suggested config (as
node_modules can be traversed):
AllCops: Exclude: - 'node_modules/**/*' - 'vendor/**/*' - 'tmp/**/*' - 'bin/**/*'
You can set
rubocop.allow and this plugin will honour it.
rubocop: allow: - app - spec
You can still specify included paths the normal Rubocop way, via
This project uses Semver.
This project is licensed under the MPL-2.0 license.
Any contributions made to this project are made under the current license.
Current list of Contributors.
Any contributions are welcome and appreciated!
All you need to do is submit a Pull Request.
- Please consider tests and code quality before submitting.
- Please try to keep commits clean, atomic and well explained (for others).
Current issue tracker is on GitHub.
Even if you are uncomfortable with code, an issue or question is welcome.
Code Of Conduct
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- Brent Lintner - @brentlintner
binhouses any shell based scripts
srcis es6+ syntax compiled with Babel
libgenerated js library
cd vile-rubocop npm install gem install rubocop npm run dev npm test