Roodi stands for Ruby Object Oriented Design Inferometer. It parses your Ruby code and warns you about design issues you have based on the checks that it has configured.
As you save a file, Roodi will run checks just like any other Linter plugin. If there are any issues in your file, a message will pop up.
Linter must be installed in order to use this plugin. If Linter is not installed, please see the instructions.
gem install roodi
Install the linter-roodi package from the settings in Atom.
The plugin finds the nearest roodi.yml file and uses that.
'linter-roodi': 'executablePath': null # roodi path.
which roodi to find the path, if you're using rbenv run
rbenv which roodi
Please use the GitHub issue tracker.
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