Allow Variable Cases
This rule checks, if variables are named in one of the cases that you have defined in the config.
AllowVariableCases.allowedCases can be defined as an array containing:
UPPERCASE(also allows underscores like
You can define multiple cases, that are allowed. For example
lowercase is also recognized, but is allowed with camelCase or snake_case.
Configure the rule by setting
AllowVariableCases.allowedCases = [...] in your
.scalafix.conf. For example:
AllowVariableCases.allowedCases = ["snake_case"]
You can execute
scalafix dependency:[email protected]:scalafix-rules:1.0.0 in the sbt shell.
To install the rule for your build update the scalafixDependencies in your
build.sbt for example like this
ThisBuild / scalafixDependencies += "de.spaceteams" %% "scalafix-rules" % "1.0.0"
scalafix AllowVariableCases in the sbt shell.
You can use this rule directly from GitHub by executing
scalafix github:spaceteams/scalafix-rules/AllowVariableCases in the sbt shell.