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Preferred Lint rules

analyzer:
strong-mode:
implicit-casts: false
implicit-dynamic: false
plugins:
- dart_code_metrics

For lint rules and documentation, see http://dart-lang.github.io/linter/lints.

Uncomment to specify additional rules.

linter:
rules:
- always_declare_return_types
- always_put_control_body_on_new_line
- always_require_non_null_named_parameters
- annotate_overrides
- avoid_double_and_int_checks
- avoid_dynamic_calls
- avoid_empty_else
- avoid_equals_and_hash_code_on_mutable_classes
- avoid_escaping_inner_quotes
- avoid_field_initializers_in_const_classes
- avoid_init_to_null
- avoid_js_rounded_ints
- avoid_null_checks_in_equality_operators
- avoid_private_typedef_functions
- avoid_redundant_argument_values
- avoid_relative_lib_imports
- avoid_return_types_on_setters
- avoid_shadowing_type_parameters
- avoid_slow_async_io
- avoid_type_to_string
- avoid_types_as_parameter_names
- avoid_unused_constructor_parameters
- await_only_futures
- camel_case_extensions
- camel_case_types
- cancel_subscriptions
- cast_nullable_to_non_nullable
- close_sinks
- comment_references
- constant_identifier_names
- control_flow_in_finally
- curly_braces_in_flow_control_structures
- directives_ordering
- do_not_use_environment
- empty_catches
- empty_constructor_bodies
- empty_statements
- exhaustive_cases
- file_names
- hash_and_equals
- implementation_imports
- invariant_booleans
- iterable_contains_unrelated_type
- join_return_with_assignment
- library_names
- library_prefixes
- list_remove_unrelated_type
- literal_only_boolean_expressions
- missing_whitespace_between_adjacent_strings
- no_adjacent_strings_in_list
- no_duplicate_case_values
- no_runtimeType_toString
- omit_local_variable_types
- package_api_docs
- package_names
- package_prefixed_library_names
- parameter_assignments
- prefer_adjacent_string_concatenation
- prefer_asserts_in_initializer_lists
- prefer_collection_literals
- prefer_conditional_assignment
- prefer_const_constructors
- prefer_const_constructors_in_immutables
- prefer_const_declarations
- prefer_const_literals_to_create_immutables
- prefer_contains
- prefer_equal_for_default_values
- prefer_final_fields
- prefer_final_in_for_each
- prefer_final_locals
- prefer_for_elements_to_map_fromIterable
- prefer_foreach
- prefer_function_declarations_over_variables
- prefer_generic_function_type_aliases
- prefer_if_elements_to_conditional_expressions
- prefer_if_null_operators
- prefer_initializing_formals
- prefer_inlined_adds
- prefer_interpolation_to_compose_strings
- prefer_is_empty
- prefer_is_not_empty
- prefer_is_not_operator
- prefer_iterable_whereType
- prefer_mixin
- prefer_null_aware_operators
- prefer_single_quotes
- prefer_spread_collections
- prefer_typing_uninitialized_variables
- prefer_void_to_null
- provide_deprecation_message
- recursive_getters
- slash_for_doc_comments
- sort_unnamed_constructors_first
- test_types_in_equals
- throw_in_finally
- type_annotate_public_apis
- type_init_formals
- unnecessary_await_in_return
- unnecessary_brace_in_string_interps
- unnecessary_const
- unnecessary_getters_setters
- unnecessary_lambdas
- unnecessary_new
- unnecessary_null_aware_assignments
- unnecessary_null_in_if_null_operators
- unnecessary_overrides
- unnecessary_parenthesis
- unnecessary_raw_strings
- unnecessary_statements
- unnecessary_string_escapes
- unnecessary_string_interpolations
- unnecessary_this
- use_full_hex_values_for_flutter_colors
- use_function_type_syntax_for_parameters
- use_is_even_rather_than_modulo
- use_rethrow_when_possible
- unrelated_type_equality_checks
- unsafe_html
- void_checks

See https://pub.dev/packages/dart_code_metrics#rules for the rules.

dart_code_metrics:
rules:
- avoid-wrapping-in-padding
- no-equal-then-else
- no-object-declaration
- potential-null-dereference
- prefer-trailing-comma
- prefer-trailing-comma-for-collection
metrics-exclude:
- test/**
metrics:
number-of-parameters: 10
number-of-methods: 32
source-lines-of-code: 500
cyclomatic-complexity: 36

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