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RuboCop SketchUp

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Code analysis for SketchUp extensions using the SketchUp Ruby API.

Tool intended to assist with development of SketchUp extension by providing static analysis for common issues.

Installation

TL;DR (Global Installation)

gem install rubocop -v 0.93
gem install rubocop-sketchup

The Long Version

For more information about the installation process and how to manage your gem dependencies locally for a project refer to the dedicated section in the manual:

Usage

TL;DR

Add .rubocop.yml in the root of your project:

require: rubocop-sketchup

AllCops:
  DisabledByDefault: true
  DisplayStyleGuide: true
  SketchUp:
    SourcePath: src # Path to extension sources in project directory.
    EncryptedExtension: false # Enable if you plan to encrypt your extension.
    TargetSketchUpVersion: 2016 M1

SketchupDeprecations:
  Enabled: true

SketchupPerformance:
  Enabled: true

SketchupRequirements:
  Enabled: true

SketchupSuggestions:
  Enabled: true

SketchupBugs:
  Enabled: true

The Long Version

Formatters

TL;DR

JSON

rubocop --format json --out results.json

Extension Review

rubocop -f extension_review -o report.html

The Long Version

The Cops

All cops are located under lib/rubocop/sketchup, and contain examples/documentation.

Manual: Cops

Contributing

  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request

License

rubocop-sketchup is MIT licensed.