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Analysis of checks in regards to Elixir versions #505

josevalim opened this Issue Feb 12, 2018 · 1 comment


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josevalim commented Feb 12, 2018

Outdated by warnings in the compiler (since v1.4):

  • name_redeclaration_by_assignment.ex
  • name_redeclaration_by_case.ex
  • name_redeclaration_by_fn.ex

Outdated by the formatter in Elixir v1.6:

  • line_endings.ex
  • space_around_operators.ex
  • space_in_parentheses.ex
  • tabs_or_spaces.ex
  • large_numbers.ex
  • max_line_length.ex
  • parentheses_in_condition.ex
  • prefer_unquoted_atoms.ex
  • redundant_blank_lines.ex
  • semicolons.ex
  • space_after_commas.ex
  • trailing_blank_line.ex
  • trailing_white_space.ex

Will be solved in Elixir v1.7:

  • lazy_logging.ex

Checks that have a high false positive rate (IMO):

  • append_single_item.ex
  • case_trivial_matches.ex
  • pipe_chain_start.ex

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coreyhaines commented Mar 5, 2018

It appears that lazy_logging.ex is solved via the macro in Elixir 1.6.2.

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