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Show/Hide Rubocop marking in RubyMine

If you have installed Rubocop in your project, RubyMine can show you Rubocop violations immediately in your editor. You probably already know this feature.

Example

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Enable/Disable marking

If your RubyMine does not show you any violations, although there are some, you may have to enable the setting first.

To do so, open Navigate -> Search Everywhere -> Actions (Or use the shortcut CTRL + SHIFT + A) and type in "rubocop", then you should see something like this:

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Set Gems and Gem management:Rubocop to ON if you want to see Rubocop marking in your Editor or switch it to OFF if you want to hide it.

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Owner of this card:

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Bruno Sedler
Last edit:
20 days ago
by Bruno Sedler
Attachments:
manage_rubocop.png, rubocop_violation.png
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