Code complexity (etc.) tools and 1.9

I’ve just tried out reek, which is not a bad little tool… but it
chokes on 1.9 sometimes (the new hash syntax).

flog, which I’ve used in the past, is the same.

What are the newest/best code analysis tools, in your own
opinion?

Thanks,
Hal

On Wed, Jul 11, 2012 at 11:17 AM, Hal F. [email protected]
wrote:

I’ve just tried out reek, which is not a bad little tool… but it
chokes on 1.9 sometimes (the new hash syntax).

flog, which I’ve used in the past, is the same.

What are the newest/best code analysis tools, in your own
opinion?

This question came up about three months ago at the nashville ruby
meetup.
The short answer is shrug. These tools are in need of being
updated
for
1.9.x

Main tool that Im aware of that fits your category is brakeman
http://railscasts.com/episodes/358-brakeman

It is a security vulnerability checker.

Andrew

This question came up about three months ago at the nashville ruby
meetup.
The short answer is shrug. These tools are in need of being
updated
for
1.9.x

I use flay/reek/flog with a small rake prelude which convert the files
by modifying the new hash syntax, essentially

gsub!(/(\w+):\s+/u, ':\1 => ')

_md

On Jul 16, 2012, at 09:36 , Michel D. wrote:

gsub!(/(\w+):\s+/u, ':\1 => ')

IF ONLY it were that simple. :stuck_out_tongue:

If you guys wanted flay/flog/reek to work on 1.9 sooner rather than
later… patches welcome.