Check variable names for wording issues


ID: ruby-inclusive/var-definition

Language: Ruby

Severity: Notice

Category: Best Practices


The rule checks the variable names in your Ruby code for potential wording issues. The purpose of this rule is to encourage the use of inclusive language in your codebase. Using inclusive language helps to create a more welcoming and respectful environment for everyone involved in the project.

Non-compliant code may contain variable names that have been identified as potentially offensive or non-inclusive, such as master.

To comply with this rule, use alternative, inclusive terms when naming your variables. For instance, instead of using master, you could use primary or main.

Non-Compliant Code Examples

master = 1

Compliant Code Examples

primary = 1 jetbrains

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