A ruleset is a file in your
.rules folder. You can have lots of checks in a ruleset. For example:
Make sure our migrations follow these rules: 1. make sure that all tables have a created_at 2. make sure migrations don't have breaking changes. For example, removing a table, removing column, and so on. It's okay to have a breaking change if there's a comment on the migration that explains why it's safe to have that change. 3. prefer 'uuid' primary keys over 'id' primary keys
You can make a Ruleset apply only to particular files with frontmatter, like the following:
--- include: ["**/migrations/**"] --- Make sure our migrations follow these rules: 1. ...
Example: Just Typescript files
--- include: ["**/*.ts", "**/*.tsx"] --- I only apply to your TypeScript files!
Example: A specific file
--- include: ["**/migrations/2020-01-01-create-users-table.sql"] --- I only apply to your 2020-01-01-create-users-table.sql file!