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Linter rules corresponding to the guidelines in Effective Dart.

effective_dart #

pub package License: MIT style: effective dart

Be consistent. Be brief.

This package provides linter rules corresponding to the guidelines in Effective Dart. You can easily see all enabled rules on the Supported Lint Rules site.

Note: This package is inspired by the pedantic package, which contains lints internally used at Google.

Using the Lints #

To use the lints add a dev dependency in your pubspec.yaml:

dev_dependencies:
  effective_dart: ^1.2.0

Then add an include in your analysis_options.yaml file:

include: package:effective_dart/analysis_options.yaml

Or, if you using e.g. continuous builds, they will likely fail whenever a new version of package:effective_dart is released. To avoid this, specify a version of analysis_options.yaml:

include: package:effective_dart/analysis_options.1.2.0.yaml

Consider Lints #

Consider guidelines are practices that you might or might not want to follow, depending on circumstances, precedents, and your own preference.

Following lints are not enforced by this package:

Unused Lints #

Following lints have been considered and will not be enforced by this package:

Suppressing Lints #

There are situations when you want to suppress a specific lint rule. You can suppress lints alone in your project on multiple levels. We will go through examples of how to suppress public_member_api_docs lint rule.

Note: this package provides linter rules corresponding to the guidelines in Effective Dart. That means we generally do not want to disable a rule in this package if it works properly. Yet, if you think some rule should be disabled by this package, open an issue.

Line Level #

To suppress a specific lint rule on a line of code, you can put an ignore comment above the line of code:

// ignore: public_member_api_docs
class MyClass {}

File Level #

To suppress a specific lint rule on a file, you can put an ignore_for_file comment to the file:

// ignore_for_file: public_member_api_docs

class MyClass {}

class MySecondClass {}

Project Level #

To suppress a specific lint rule on a project, you can modify your analysis_options.yaml file:

include: package:effective_dart/analysis_options.yaml

linter:
  rules:
    public_member_api_docs: false

Badge #

Show the world you're following Effective Dartstyle: effective dart

[![style: effective dart](https://img.shields.io/badge/style-effective_dart-40c4ff.svg)](https://pub.dev/packages/effective_dart)

License #

Licensed under the MIT License.

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