Language / Framework: Elixir
Categories: Style, Complexity, Duplication, Clarity, Bug Risk
Credo Version: latest
The Code Climate Credo engine can show you refactoring opportunities in your code, complex and duplicated code fragments, warn you about common mistakes, show inconsistencies in your naming scheme and help you enforce a desired coding style.
engines: credo: enabled: true strict: true all: true only: "warning" ignore: "readability" included: - "some_path/" - "some_other_path/" excluded: - "some_path/" - "some_other_path/"
strict- if you want to enforce a style guide and need a more traditional linting experience
all- if you want to use all checkers
only- run only a subset of checks
ignore- ignore selected checks
included- include any paths you wish to analyze
excluded- exclude any paths you don't want to analyze
More information about the CLI is available in the README here: https://github.com/codeclimate/codeclimate
Credo supports configuration via a
.credo.exs as mentioned in Credo's documentation. Edit your
.credo.exs to select rules and tune thresholds that best meet the requirements of your team.
For more information about all the checks available and their configuration options, please check out the documentation here: http://credo-ci.org/.
Updated over 1 year ago