dupword

A linter that checks for duplicate words in the source code (usually miswritten)

example

  1. Repeated words appear on two adjacent lines commit

--- a/src/cmd/compile/internal/ssa/schedule.go
+++ b/src/cmd/compile/internal/ssa/schedule.go
@@ -179,7 +179,7 @@ func schedule(f *Func) {
 					// scored CarryChainTail (and prove w is not a tail).
 					score[w.ID] = ScoreFlags
 				}
-				// Verify v has not been scored. If v has not been visited, v may be the
+				// Verify v has not been scored. If v has not been visited, v may be
 				// the final (tail) operation in a carry chain. If v is not, v will be
 				// rescored above when v's carry-using op is scored. When scoring is done,
 				// only tail operations will retain the CarryChainTail score.
  1. Repeated words appearing on the same line commit

--- a/src/net/http/cookiejar/jar.go
+++ b/src/net/http/cookiejar/jar.go
@@ -465,7 +465,7 @@ func (j *Jar) domainAndType(host, domain string) (string, bool, error) {
 		// dot in the domain-attribute before processing the cookie.
 		//
 		// Most browsers don't do that for IP addresses, only curl
-		// version 7.54) and and IE (version 11) do not reject a
+		// version 7.54) and IE (version 11) do not reject a
 		//     Set-Cookie: a=1; domain=.127.0.0.1
 		// This leading dot is optional and serves only as hint for
 		// humans to indicate that a cookie with "domain=.bbc.co.uk"

Install

go install github.com/Abirdcfly/dupword/cmd/[email protected]

Or install the main branch (including the last commit) with:

go install github.com/Abirdcfly/dupword/cmd/[email protected]

Usage

Run with default settings(include test file, only check keywords the,a and and):

dupword ./...

Skip detection test file(*_test.go):

dupword -test=false ./...

All options:

$ dupword --help
dupword: checks for duplicate words in the source code (usually miswritten)

Usage: dupword [-flag] [package]

This analyzer checks miswritten duplicate words in comments or package doc or string declaration

Flags:
  -V    print version and exit
  -all
        no effect (deprecated)
  -c int
        display offending line with this many lines of context (default -1)
  -cpuprofile string
        write CPU profile to this file
  -debug string
        debug flags, any subset of "fpstv"
  -fix
        apply all suggested fixes
  -flags
        print analyzer flags in JSON
  -json
        emit JSON output
  -memprofile string
        write memory profile to this file
  -source
        no effect (deprecated)
  -tags string
        no effect (deprecated)
  -test
        indicates whether test files should be analyzed, too (default true)
  -trace string
        write trace log to this file
  -v    no effect (deprecated)

TODO

  • make keyword optional
  • add this linter to golangci-lint
  • rewrite the detection logic to make it more efficient

License

MIT

GitHub

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