Roodi stands for Ruby Object Oriented Design Inferometer. It parses your Ruby code and warns you about design issues you have based on the checks that it has configured.
Open your terminal and type this:
$ gem install roodi
Alternatively, you can put it in your Gemfile:
To check one or more files using the default configuration that comes with Roodi, use:
$ roodi [-config=file] [pattern ...]
Check all ruby files recursively under the current directory:
$ roodi or
$ roodi .
Check all ruby files in a rails app:
$ roodi "rails_app/**/*.rb"
Check one controller and one model file in a rails app:
$ roodi app/controller/sample_controller.rb app/models/sample.rb
Check one controller and all model files in a rails app:
$ roodi app/controller/sample_controller.rb "app/models/*.rb"
Check all ruby files in a rails app with a custom configuration file:
$ roodi -config=my_roodi_config.yml "rails_app/**/*.rb"
If you’re writing a check, it is useful to see the structure of a file the way that Roodi tokenizes it (via ruby_parser). Use:
$ roodi-describe [filename]
Running it as part of your build
Add the following to your Rakefile:
require 'roodi_task' task :default => [:roodi]
or if you want to supply your own config file…
require 'roodi_task' . :config => 'config/roodi.yml' task :default => [:roodi]
You can run Roodi in Atom using the linter-roodi package.
To change the set of checks included, or to change the default values of the checks, you can provide your own config file. The config file is a YAML file that lists the checks to be included. Each check can optionally include a hash of options that are passed to the check to configure it. For example, the default config file looks like this:
AssignmentInConditionalCheck: CaseMissingElseCheck: ClassLineCountCheck: line_count: 300 ClassNameCheck: pattern: !ruby/regexp /^[A-Z][a-zA-Z0-9]*$/ ClassVariableCheck: CyclomaticComplexityBlockCheck: complexity: 4 CyclomaticComplexityMethodCheck: complexity: 8 EmptyRescueBodyCheck: ForLoopCheck: MethodLineCountCheck: line_count: 20 MethodNameCheck: pattern: !ruby/regexp /^[_a-z<>=\[|+-\/\*`]+[_a-z0-9_<>=~@\[\]]*[=!\?]?$/ ModuleLineCountCheck: line_count: 300 ModuleNameCheck: pattern: !ruby/regexp /^[A-Z][a-zA-Z0-9]*$/ ParameterNumberCheck: parameter_count: 5
- AssignmentInConditionalCheck - Check for an assignment inside a conditional. It’s probably a mistaken equality comparison.
- CaseMissingElseCheck - Check that case statements have an else statement so that all cases are covered.
- ClassLineCountCheck - Check that the number of lines in a class is below the threshold.
- ClassNameCheck - Check that class names match convention.
- CyclomaticComplexityBlockCheck - Check that the cyclomatic complexity of all blocks is below the threshold.
- CyclomaticComplexityMethodCheck - Check that the cyclomatic complexity of all methods is below the threshold.
- EmptyRescueBodyCheck - Check that there are no empty rescue blocks.
- ForLoopCheck - Check that for loops aren’t used (Use Enumerable.each instead)
- MethodLineCountCheck - Check that the number of lines in a method is below the threshold.
- MethodNameCheck - Check that method names match convention.
- ModuleLineCountCheck - Check that the number of lines in a module is below the threshold.
- ModuleNameCheck - Check that module names match convention.
- ParameterNumberCheck - Check that the number of parameters on a method is below the threshold.
- BlockVariableShadowCheck - Check that a block variable does not have the same name as a method parameter or local variable. It may be mistakenly referenced within the block.
Please use the GitHub issue tracker.
Want to submit some code?
Fantastic! Please follow this procedure: - Fork the repository - Create a well-named topic branch - Add specs for any changes you make - Write meaningful commit messages explaining why this change is needed - Create a pull request.
How to publish a new version (maintainers only)
- Bump the version in version.rb
$ gem build roodi.gemspec
$ gem push roodi-X.X.X.gem
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