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molecule - Molecule aids in the development and testing of Ansible roles.

  •    Python

Molecule is designed to aid in the development and testing of Ansible roles. Molecule provides support for testing with multiple instances, operating systems and distributions, virtualization providers, test frameworks and testing scenarios. Molecule is opinionated in order to encourage an approach that results in consistently developed roles that are well-written, easily understood and maintained. Molecule uses Ansible playbooks to exercise the role and its associated tests. Molecule supports any provider [1] that Ansible supports.

atom-beautify - :lipstick: Universal beautification package for Atom editor (:warning: Currently migrating to https://github

  •    CoffeeScript

Atom-Beautify respects the core.telemetryConsent configuration option from Atom editor. If you do not wish to have usage data sent to Google Analytics then please set core.telemetryConsent to no or undecided option before using Atom-Beautify. See Anonymous Analytics section of docs for details. Thank you. Atom-Beautify is going to be completely rewritten with Unibeautify at its core! See unibeautify branch for work in progress and Issue #1174.

rubocop - A Ruby static code analyzer and formatter, based on the community Ruby style guide.

  •    Ruby

RuboCop is a Ruby static code analyzer and code formatter. Out of the box it will enforce many of the guidelines outlined in the community Ruby Style Guide. RuboCop is extremely flexible and most aspects of its behavior can be tweaked via various configuration options.

ruby-style-guide - A community-driven Ruby coding style guide

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One thing has always bothered me as a Ruby developer—Python developers have a great programming style reference (PEP-8) and we never got an official guide, documenting Ruby coding style and best practices. And I do believe that style matters. I also believe that a great hacker community, such as Ruby has, should be quite capable of producing this coveted document. This guide started its life as our internal company Ruby coding guidelines (written by yours truly). At some point I decided that the work I was doing might be interesting to members of the Ruby community in general and that the world had little need for another internal company guideline. But the world could certainly benefit from a community-driven and community-sanctioned set of practices, idioms and style prescriptions for Ruby programming.




rails-style-guide - A community-driven Ruby on Rails style guide

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Role models are important. The goal of this guide is to present a set of best practices and style prescriptions for Ruby on Rails 4 development. It’s a complementary guide to the already existing community-driven Ruby coding style guide.

rubocop - A Ruby static code analyzer and formatter, based on the community Ruby style guide.

  •    Ruby

RuboCop is a Ruby static code analyzer (a.k.a. linter) and code formatter. Out of the box it will enforce many of the guidelines outlined in the community Ruby Style Guide. Apart from reporting the problems discovered in your code, RuboCop can also automatically fix many of them for you. RuboCop is extremely flexible and most aspects of its behavior can be tweaked via various configuration options.

rubocop-rspec - Code style checking for RSpec files

  •    Ruby

RSpec-specific analysis for your projects, as an extension to RuboCop. Read all the details in our Upgrade to Version 2.x document.

ruby-style-guide - A community-driven Ruby coding style guide

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Role models are important. This Ruby style guide recommends best practices so that real-world Ruby programmers can write code that can be maintained by other real-world Ruby programmers. A style guide that reflects real-world usage gets used, while a style guide that holds to an ideal that has been rejected by the people it is supposed to help risks not getting used at all - no matter how good it is.


rubocop-rails - A RuboCop extension focused on enforcing Rails best practices and coding conventions

  •    Ruby

A RuboCop extension focused on enforcing Rails best practices and coding conventions. Note: This repository manages rubocop-rails gem (>= 2.0.0). rubocop-rails gem (<= 1.5.0) has been renamed to rubocop-rails_config gem.

expertiza - Expertiza is a web application through which students can submit and peer-review learning objects (articles, code, web sites, etc)

  •    Ruby

Expertiza is a web application where students can submit and peer-review learning objects (articles, code, web sites, etc). It is used in select courses at NC State and by professors at several other colleges and universities. The expertiza environment is already set up in NC State's VCL image "Ruby on Rails". If you have access, this is quickest way to get a development environment running for Expertiza. See the Google doc on setting up the Expertiza development environment.

rubocop-rspec - Code style checking for RSpec files

  •    Ruby

RSpec-specific analysis for your projects, as an extension to RuboCop. Put this into your .rubocop.yml.

rubocop-performance - An extension of RuboCop focused on code performance checks.

  •    Ruby

Performance optimization analysis for your projects, as an extension to RuboCop. Put this into your .rubocop.yml.

ruby-style-guide - :blue_book: Russian Version: A community-driven Ruby coding style guide.

  •    Ruby

Это руководство по оформлению кода на Руби дает передовые рекомендации. С его помощью обычный программист на Руби будет создавать код, который с легкостью смогут поддерживать и развивать другие обычные разработчики. В дополнение к настоящему сборнику вас может заинтересовать 📗 Rails: руководство по стилю оформления.

rubocop-github - Code style checking for GitHub Ruby repositories

  •    Ruby

This repository provides recommended RuboCop configuration and additional Cops for use on GitHub open source and internal Ruby projects.All cops are located under lib/rubocop/cop/github, and contain examples/documentation.

relaxed.ruby.style - A Relaxed Style Guide for Ruby & Configuration for RuboCop

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A more liberal style guide for RuboCop. It comes with a config file that deactivates some of RuboCop's features. It is meant as a less restrictive foundation that you can use directly or base your style discussions on. RuboCop is an amazing tool, still some of its default rules feel overly strict. This might distract you from the helpful messages.

lint-review - An automated code linting bot that integrates various code lint tools with github pull requests

  •    Python

Lint Review helps automate a tedious part of code review - enforcing coding standards. By using the GitHub API Lint Review runs a repository's configured linters and updates pull requests with line comments where lint errors would be introduced. Lint Review runs as two processes. A web process handles accepting webhooks from github, and a celery process handles cloning repositories and running lint tools. You'll also need to have rabbitmq-server running.

style-guides - Collection of code style guides used at SUSE

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This repository contains the code style guides used at SUSE.

massa - Keep the quality, good practices and security of Rails projects.

  •    Ruby

It's not rare to have Ruby (and Rails) projects becoming hard to maintain and less fun after a while. This gem helps you to keep or increase the quality, good practices and security of your projects. Massa can run in your CI using different code analyzers tools along with automated tests, instead of running only your automated tests.

linters - Linters and static analysis configuration files

  •    Elixir

A collection of configuration files we use for source code linters and static analysis tools.

rubocop-cask - 🚓 Code-Style Checking for Casks

  •    Ruby

Cask-specific analysis for your Homebrew-Cask taps, as an extension to RuboCop. Heavily inspired by rubocop-rspec. Now you can run rubocop and it will automatically load the RuboCop Cask cops together with the standard cops.






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