This gem provides global RuboCop configurations for ensuring high quality and consistent software development practices.
To install, run:
gem install caliber
This gem is designed to replace all of your RuboCop setup with only a single reference to this gem.
You’ll want to start with your
Gemfile by adding the following:
group :code_quality do gem "caliber" end
Then, in your
.rubocop.yml, add the following to the top of the file:
inherit_gem: caliber: config/all.yml
Should you not want everything that this gem offers, you can customize the gem further by specifiying what you need:
inherit_gem: caliber: - config/ruby.yml - config/performance.yml - config/rake.yml - config/rspec.yml
The above is what
config/all.yml expands to but now you can mix and match how you like for your
When Caliber is added to your
Gemfile, you don’t have to require RuboCop because Caliber does that
for you by default. All RuboCop dependencies are also auto-required because they are defined in each
configuration. Here’s a full breakdown of how this works:
inherit_gem: caliber: - config/all.yml
The above will auto-require and load the configurations for following gems:
When you don’t use the default
all.yml configuration, then behavior changes as follows:
inherit_gem: caliber: - config/ruby.yml
The above will only load the RuboCop Ruby configuration. Nothing is required since Caliber already requires the RuboCop gem by default.
inherit_gem: caliber: - config/peformance.yml
The above will only require the RuboCop Performance gem and load the associated configuration.
inherit_gem: caliber: - config/rake.yml
The above will only require the RuboCop Rake gem and load the associated configuration.
inherit_gem: caliber: - config/rspec.yml
The above will only require the RuboCop RSpec gem and load the associated configuration.
Should you not want to include this gem in your project for some reason, you can directly import the
configuration files supported by this project instead. To do this, you’d need to add the following
to the top of your
inherit_from: - https://raw.githubusercontent.com/bkuhlmann/caliber/main/config/all.yml
You’ll also want to add
.rubocop-https* to your project’s
.gitignore since imported RuboCop YAML
configurations will be cached locally and you’ll not want them checked into your source code
If importing all configurations from
all.yml is too much — and much like you can do with
requiring this gem directly — you can mix and match what you want to import by defining which
configurations you want to use. For example, the following is what
all.yml expands too:
inherit_from: - https://raw.githubusercontent.com/bkuhlmann/caliber/main/config/ruby.yml - https://raw.githubusercontent.com/bkuhlmann/caliber/main/config/performance.yml - https://raw.githubusercontent.com/bkuhlmann/caliber/main/config/rake.yml - https://raw.githubusercontent.com/bkuhlmann/caliber/main/config/rspec.yml
You can also target a specific version of this gem by swapping out the
main path in the YAML URLs
listed above with a specific version like
Lastly, when using this YAML import approach, you’ll not benefit from having all gems you need
required and installed for you. So you’ll need to manually require these gems in your
To contribute, run:
git clone https://github.com/bkuhlmann/caliber.git cd caliber bin/setup
You can also use the IRB console for direct access to all objects:
bin/check script — when upgrading to newer RuboCop gem dependencies — to check if
duplicate configurations exist. This ensures Caliber configurations don’t duplicate effort provided
by RuboCop. The script only identifies duplicate Caliber configurations which are enabled and have
no other settings.
When both RuboCop and Caliber are in sync, the following will be output:
RUBY: ✓ PERFORMANCE: ✓ RAKE: ✓ RSPEC: ✓
When RuboCop has finally enabled cops that Caliber already has enabled, the following will display as an example:
RUBY: * Lint/BinaryOperatorWithIdenticalOperands * Lint/ConstantDefinitionInBlock PERFORMANCE: ✓ RAKE: ✓ RSPEC: * RSpec/StubbedMock
The above can then be used as a checklist to remove from Caliber.
To test, run:
bundle exec rake