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    Add RuboCop cop for custom error classes · 8dd097a9
    Sean McGivern authored
    From the Ruby style guide:
        # bad
        class FooError < StandardError
        # okish
        class FooError < StandardError; end
        # good
        FooError = Class.new(StandardError)
    This cop does that, but only for error classes (classes where the
    superclass ends in 'Error'). We have empty controllers and models, which
    are perfectly valid empty classes.
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