Integration with Other Tools
rubocop.el is a simple Emacs interface for RuboCop. It allows you to run RuboCop inside Emacs and quickly jump between problems in your code.
flycheck > 0.9 also supports RuboCop and uses it by default when available.
There is also the vim-rubocop plugin.
If you’re a ST user you might find the Sublime RuboCop plugin useful.
The brackets-rubocop extension displays RuboCop results in Brackets. It can be installed via the extension manager in Brackets.
The textmate2-rubocop bundle displays formatted RuboCop results in a new window. Installation instructions can be found here.
The linter-rubocop plugin for Atom’s linter runs RuboCop and highlights the offenses in Atom.
The lt-rubocop plugin provides LightTable integration.
RubyMine / Intellij IDEA
RuboCop support is available as of the 2017.1 releases.
Visual Studio Code
The ruby extension provides RuboCop integration for Visual Studio Code. RuboCop is also used for the formatting capabilities of this extension.
Git pre-commit hook integration
overcommit is a fully configurable and
extendable Git commit hook manager. To use RuboCop with overcommit, add the
following to your
PreCommit: RuboCop: enabled: true
If you’re fond of Guard you might like guard-rubocop. It allows you to automatically check Ruby code style with RuboCop when files are modified.
To use RuboCop in your
Rakefile add the following:
require 'rubocop/rake_task' RuboCop::RakeTask.new
If you run
rake -T, the following two RuboCop tasks should show up:
$ rake rubocop # Run RuboCop $ rake rubocop:auto_correct # Auto-correct RuboCop offenses
The above will use default values
require 'rubocop/rake_task' desc 'Run RuboCop on the lib directory' RuboCop::RakeTask.new(:rubocop) do |task| task.patterns = ['lib/**/*.rb'] # only show the files with failures task.formatters = ['files'] # don't abort rake on failure task.fail_on_error = false end