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An extremely fast Python linter, written in Rust.
Linting the CPython codebase from scratch.
- ⚡️ 10-100x faster than existing linters
- 🐍 Installable via
- 🤝 Python 3.11 compatibility
- 📦 Built-in caching, to avoid re-analyzing unchanged files
- 🔧 Autofix support, for automatic error correction (e.g., automatically remove unused imports)
- 📏 Over 500 built-in rules
- ⚖️ Near-parity with the built-in Flake8 rule set
- 🔌 Native re-implementations of dozens of Flake8 plugins, like flake8-bugbear
- ⌨️ First-party editor integrations for VS Code and more
- 🌎 Monorepo-friendly, with hierarchical and cascading configuration
Ruff aims to be orders of magnitude faster than alternative tools while integrating more functionality behind a single, common interface.
Ruff can be used to replace Flake8 (plus dozens of plugins), isort, pydocstyle, yesqa, eradicate, pyupgrade, and autoflake, all while executing tens or hundreds of times faster than any individual tool.
Ruff is extremely actively developed and used in major open-source projects like:
...and many more.
Read the launch blog post or the most recent project update.
Sebastián Ramírez, creator of FastAPI:
Ruff is so fast that sometimes I add an intentional bug in the code just to confirm it's actually running and checking the code.
Nick Schrock, founder of Elementl, co-creator of GraphQL:
Why is Ruff a gamechanger? Primarily because it is nearly 1000x faster. Literally. Not a typo. On our largest module (dagster itself, 250k LOC) pylint takes about 2.5 minutes, parallelized across 4 cores on my M1. Running ruff against our entire codebase takes .4 seconds.
Bryan Van de Ven, co-creator of Bokeh, original author of Conda:
Ruff is ~150-200x faster than flake8 on my machine, scanning the whole repo takes ~0.2s instead of ~20s. This is an enormous quality of life improvement for local dev. It's fast enough that I added it as an actual commit hook, which is terrific.
Timothy Crosley, creator of isort:
Just switched my first project to Ruff. Only one downside so far: it's so fast I couldn't believe it was working till I intentionally introduced some errors.
Tim Abbott, lead developer of Zulip:
This is just ridiculously fast...