FactoryBot

FactoryBot/AttributeDefinedStatically

Enabled by default Supports autocorrection

Enabled

Yes

Always declare attribute values as blocks.

Examples

# bad
kind [:active, :rejected].sample

# good
kind { [:active, :rejected].sample }

# bad
closed_at 1.day.from_now

# good
closed_at { 1.day.from_now }

# bad
count 1

# good
count { 1 }

FactoryBot/CreateList

Enabled by default Supports autocorrection

Enabled

Yes

Checks for create_list usage.

This cop can be configured using the EnforcedStyle option

Examples

EnforcedStyle: create_list

# bad
3.times { create :user }

# good
create_list :user, 3

# good
3.times { |n| create :user, created_at: n.months.ago }

EnforcedStyle: n_times

# bad
create_list :user, 3

# good
3.times { create :user }

Configurable attributes

Name Default value Configurable values

EnforcedStyle

create_list

create_list, n_times

FactoryBot/FactoryClassName

Enabled by default Supports autocorrection

Enabled

Yes

Use string value when setting the class attribute explicitly.

This cop would promote faster tests by lazy-loading of application files. Also, this could help you suppress potential bugs in combination with external libraries by avoiding a preload of application files from the factory files.

Examples

# bad
factory :foo, class: Foo do
end

# good
factory :foo, class: 'Foo' do
end