The Plugin currently supports both ST2 and ST3, but the usage of ST3 is strongly recommended.
Please make sure
rubocop is installed:
gem install rubocop
Install Sublime RuboCop via Package Control.
Navigate to the Sublime Text Packages folder (You can find the location of the Packages folder here).
Run the git clone command right inside the packages directory:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:pderichs/sublime_rubocop.git "RuboCop"
Restart Sublime Text.
What can it do for you?
By default, the plugin marks RuboCop issues right in the view when you open or save a Ruby file.
Additionally you can run RuboCop from the ST menu in many ways. For example you can perform a RuboCop check on all files of the current project to get a general overview. The issues will be listed inside the Sublime output window, so you can easily navigate to each of them.
You can also run the RuboCop auto correction for the current file from the Sublime Text menu.
Due to performance issues the plugin behaves a bit different under ST2. It will run RuboCop only when you save files. If you experience any performance issues when saving ruby files caused by that plugin, just disable the functionality in the settings (see
By default this plugin uses rvm to run RuboCop, but you can switch to rbenv or provide your own command line in the settings. The plugin uses default paths to run rvm or rbenv but you can customize these paths in the settings.
- As reported by some users the plugin seems to be not working properly when using RVM with custom gemsets: issue #19.
If you encounter an issue, please add some general information about your environment:
- Operating System
- Sublime Text version
- Details about your config e.g. do you use
your_own_commandto run rubocop?
Please also provide the steps to reproduce the issue.
- Fork the repo.
- Create a branch from the current master branch.
- Start hacking.
- Create a pull request.
Thanks go out to all contributors.
Thanks go out to Will Bond for his awesome sample and documentation about ST plugins, and thanks go out to the people implementing the sublime-text-2-ruby-tests Plugin - your source gave me some important hints for my implementation.
All of Sublime RuboCop is licensed under the MIT license.
Copyright (c) 2013 Patrick Derichs email@example.com
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