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<ruleset name="commons-math-customized"
This ruleset checks the code for discouraged programming constructs.
<rule ref="rulesets/java/basic.xml"/>
<rule ref="rulesets/java/braces.xml"/>
<rule ref="rulesets/java/comments.xml">
<exclude name="CommentSize"/>
<rule ref="rulesets/java/comments.xml/CommentSize">
<property name="maxLines" value="200"/>
<property name="maxLineLength" value="256"/>
<rule ref="rulesets/java/empty.xml"/>
<rule ref="rulesets/java/finalizers.xml"/>
<rule ref="rulesets/java/imports.xml"/>
<rule ref="rulesets/java/typeresolution.xml">
<!-- TODO: we should reactivate this rule -->
<exclude name="CloneMethodMustImplementCloneable"/>
<!-- TODO: we should reactivate this ruleset -->
<!-- <rule ref="rulesets/java/clone.xml"/> -->
<rule ref="rulesets/java/unnecessary.xml">
<!-- In many places in Apache Commons Math, there are complex boolean expressions.
We do use extra parentheses there as most people do not recall operator precedence,
this means even if the parentheses are useless for the compiler, we don't consider
them useless for the developer. This is the reason why we disable this rule. -->
<exclude name="UselessParentheses"/>
<!-- At several places in the optimization package, we set up public "optimize" methods
that simply call their base class optimize method. This is intentional and allows
to update the javadoc and make sure the additional parameters implemented at the
lower class level are properly documented. These new parameters are really taken
into accound despite we merely call super.optimize because the top level optimze
methods call a protected parseOptimizationData method implemented in the specialized
class. This is the reason why we disable this rule. -->
<exclude name="UselessOverridingMethod"/>