RuboCop – commands

Installing Rubocop and Overcommit

Install gems

$ gem install rubocop $ gem install overcommit

sets up githooks

$ overcommit –install

Sign changes to overcommit.yml

$ overcommit –sign

Run Rubocop against project

Displays Filename, line and description of error

$ rubocop

Rubocop Output

Symbol Description

. No issues

C Convention

E Error

F Fatal error

W Warning

Output offense name and count

$ rubocop –format offenses

Show cop definition

$ rubocop –show-cop Style/ZeroLengthPredicate

List all cops with description, key/values and link to style guide

$ rubocop –show-cops

Output offense name and count

$ rubocop –format offenses

Run a specific cop against project

$ rubocop –only Style/StringLiterals

Check a specific file with all cops

$ rubocop ./app/models/app_namespace/api/v1/saved_calendar.rb

Check a specific file with all cops

$ rubocop ./app/models/app_namespace/api/v1/saved_calendar.rb –only Style/StringLiterals

Check a specific file output errors as json

$ rubocop –format json app/models/app_namespace/api/v1/project.rb

Auto-correct with a specific cop

$ rubocop –auto-correct –only RedundantParentheses

Output offenses w formatted suggestion,

url to additional comments / example

$ rubocop –display-style-guide

Displays Filename, line and description of error

With url to documentation for this cop

$ rubocop –display-style-guide –display-cop-names

Show code correctness

$ rubocop –lint

List Files

$ rubocop –list-target-files

In the instance of a Merge, it may be required to Skip RuboCop

$ SKIP=RuboCop git commit -am “Merge”

Generate todo list / Turn off all cops

$ rubocop –auto-gen-config

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