Dead code detector - plugin detail
Dead code detector for NetBeans projects, by right-clicking them and choosing Dead Code Detector, or any folder, by choosing Source | Dead Code Detector or pressing Ctrl-D.
|2013-08-05 11:07:03||geertjan||Plugin edited, id:50005, pubid:50005|
|2013-08-05 11:07:03||geertjan||Plugin edit initiated|
|2013-08-05 11:05:22||geertjan||Binary successfully saved 1375715122_org-netbeans-dcd.nbm, binary_id: 2626, version: 7.3|
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|2013-08-05 11:05:22||geertjan||Uploading new binary for version 7.3|
|2013-08-05 01:41:46||jkovalsky||Plugin published|
|2013-08-04 15:11:10||geertjan||Binary successfully saved 1375643470_org-netbeans-dcd.nbm, binary_id: 2626, version: 7.3|
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|2013-08-04 15:11:10||geertjan||Uploading new binary for version 7.3|
|2013-08-04 06:19:38||geertjan||Plugin saved with .nbm/zip file; id: 50005||
Download size: 0.11 MB
Last Update: 2013-08-05
What's new in this version
1.1: Now it is possible to select multiple NetBeans Platform module suites, right-click them, and you'll see the folders of all suites are listed in the detector and are ready for processing.
1.2: Right-click any project and choose "Dead Code Detector" to detect dead code in all Java class files within the project. Also, within the Source menu (and by pressing Ctrl-D), the Dead Code Detector can be shown.
Verifications for NetBeans versions
Plugin is not subject to any verification
Emeric Vernat's dead code detector (https://java.net/projects/dcd) integrated as a NetBeans module. Visible when you right-click the project node in NetBeans IDE or from the Source menu or by pressing Ctrl-D.
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Detecting only dead methods in one class
I would like to detect only dead methods in one and only one class.
Is there any way to do that ?
Posted by jonathanvilalopez on May 29, 2014