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Rule Authoring 101

A guide to creating regex-based rules for Vale and Vale Server.

An example rule from Vale’s style for the Microsoft Writing Style Guide.

Overview

In this post, we’ll take a look at the process of writing new rules for Vale (the command-line tool) and Vale Server (the desktop application). The goal for this post is to supplement the existing documentation by covering possible areas of confusion and potential “gotchas.”

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Weekly tips, tricks, and updates about the Vale linter and its ecosystem of software.

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Joseph Kato

Joseph Kato

An open-source software developer with interests in natural language processing, data science, and collaborative writing. More @ https://github.com/jdkato.

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