class Ameba::Rule::Performance::AnyAfterFilter

Overview

This rule is used to identify usage of any? calls that follow filters.

For example, this is considered invalid:

[1, 2, 3].select { |e| e > 2 }.any?
[1, 2, 3].reject { |e| e >= 2 }.any?

And it should be written as this:

[1, 2, 3].any? { |e| e > 2 }
[1, 2, 3].any? { |e| e < 2 }

YAML configuration example:

Performance/AnyAfterFilter:
  Enabled: true
  FilterNames:
    - select
    - reject

Included Modules

Defined in:

ameba/rule/performance/any_after_filter.cr

Constant Summary

ANY_NAME = "any?"
MSG = "Use `any? {...}` instead of `%s {...}.any?`"

Constructors

Class Method Summary

Instance Method Summary

Instance methods inherited from class Ameba::Rule::Performance::Base

catch(source : Source) catch

Constructor methods inherited from class Ameba::Rule::Performance::Base

new(ctx : YAML::ParseContext, node : YAML::Nodes::Node)
new(config = nil)
new

Class methods inherited from class Ameba::Rule::Performance::Base

parsed_doc : String? parsed_doc

Instance methods inherited from class Ameba::Rule::Base

==(other) ==, catch(source : Source) catch, excluded?(source) excluded?, group group, hash hash, name name, special? special?, test(source : Source, node : Crystal::ASTNode, *opts)
test(source : Source)
test

Class methods inherited from class Ameba::Rule::Base

default_severity : Ameba::Severity default_severity

Constructor Detail

def self.new(ctx : YAML::ParseContext, node : YAML::Nodes::Node) #

This rule is used to identify usage of any? calls that follow filters.

For example, this is considered invalid:

[1, 2, 3].select { |e| e > 2 }.any?
[1, 2, 3].reject { |e| e >= 2 }.any?

And it should be written as this:

[1, 2, 3].any? { |e| e > 2 }
[1, 2, 3].any? { |e| e < 2 }

YAML configuration example:

Performance/AnyAfterFilter:
  Enabled: true
  FilterNames:
    - select
    - reject

def self.new(config = nil) #

This rule is used to identify usage of any? calls that follow filters.

For example, this is considered invalid:

[1, 2, 3].select { |e| e > 2 }.any?
[1, 2, 3].reject { |e| e >= 2 }.any?

And it should be written as this:

[1, 2, 3].any? { |e| e > 2 }
[1, 2, 3].any? { |e| e < 2 }

YAML configuration example:

Performance/AnyAfterFilter:
  Enabled: true
  FilterNames:
    - select
    - reject

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Class Method Detail

def self.parsed_doc : String? #

Returns documentation for this rule, if there is any.

module Ameba
  # This is a test rule.
  # Does nothing.
  class MyRule < Ameba::Rule::Base
    def test(source)
    end
  end
end

MyRule.parsed_doc # => "This is a test rule.\nDoes nothing."

Instance Method Detail

def description : String #

def description=(description : String) #

def enabled=(enabled : Bool) #

def enabled? : Bool #

def excluded : Array(String)? #

def excluded=(excluded : Array(String)?) #

def filter_names : Array(String) #

def filter_names=(filter_names : Array(String)) #

def severity : Ameba::Severity #

def severity=(severity : Ameba::Severity) #

def test(source, node : Crystal::Call) #

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