|0.5.0+ (default: 1.1.0)||Ruby 2.7.2||https://github.com/soutaro/querly|
Querly is a customizable and pattern-based analysis tool for Ruby. You can easily write your own rule for your project via the YAML configuration file.
To start using Querly, enable it in your repository settings,
and put a
querly.yml config in your repository's root directory.
Visit the Querly project page for more information about writing rules:
Here is an example configuration via
linter: querly: gems: - slim config: .config/querly.yml
This option allows you to specify a configuration file path you want to use.
Analyzing View Templates
Querly has a mechanism called preprocessor for analyzing templates which contain Ruby code.
Sider finds the following gems in
Gemfile.lock and installs them automatically for backward compatibility:
Note that these gems are not installed automatically when the
gems option is specified.