- 15 new cops (lint checks)
- Support for disabling cops locally in a file with
- Half a dozen bugs squashed
- Small improvements across the board
I guess the support for disabling cops locally deserves a bit of special treatment.
So here’s the basics - you’re now allowed to enable/disable certain cops inline and to alter their behavior if they accept any parameters.
One or more individual cops can be disabled locally in a section of a file by adding a comment such as:
# rubocop:disable LineLength, StringLiterals [...] # rubocop:enable LineLength, StringLiterals
You can also disable all cops with:
# rubocop:disable all [...] # rubocop:enable all
One or more cops can be disabled on a single line with an end-of-line comment:
for x in (0..19) # rubocop:disable AvoidFor
You can see all the gory details in the changelog. I hope you’ll enjoy RuboCop 0.6.0!
Fun fact - the entire release took only 6 days to develop. ↩