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Discussion on: Reek - Find your Code Smells!

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Doug Stull

I use it on all my work projects in concert with rubocop. I feel that reek and rubocop are complimentary for the most part; where rubocop cares more about style, and reek cares more about how you code. Where they overlap, I disable one or the other. I also use them during CI for static code analysis through the pre-commit framework, here: pre-commit.com