Reek version 1.0.0 has been released!
Reek detects smells in Ruby code. It can be used as a stand-alone
command, or as a Rake task, or as an expectation in Rspec examples.
Changes in this release:
- Use *.reek files in source tree to configure Reek’s behaviour
- Added -f option to configure report format
- –sort_order replaced by -f, -c and -s
- Matchers provided for rspec; eg. foo.should_not reek
- Smells in singleton methods are now analysed
- Uncommunicative parameter names in blocks now reported
- Modules and blocks now reflected in scope of smell reports
- Corrected false reports of long arg lists to yield
- A method can now be a UtilityFunction only when it includes a call