On first activation the plugin will install all dependencies automatically, you no longer have to worry about installing Linter.
You will need ruby-lint installed and on the path
gem install ruby-lint
You can configure linter-ruby-lint by editing
~/.atom/config.cson (choose Open
Your Config in Atom menu):
'linter-ruby-lint':# ruby-lint path. run `which ruby-lint` to find the path.'rubyLintExecutablePath': null# ignored extensions, ERB and markdown files by default.'ignoredExtensions': 'erb, md'# skipped checks empty by default - use part of the warning'skippedChecks': 'undefined constant'
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