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Checking what classes are being used in my project?

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VMI
I inherited a project that has more classes than what the project uses (i.e.
Code generator). Is there any way (or utility) that'll tell me what classes
(or files) aren't used?

Thanks.
Aug 30 '06 #1
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VMI wrote:
I inherited a project that has more classes than what the project
uses (i.e. Code generator). Is there any way (or utility) that'll
tell me what classes (or files) aren't used?
You could try ndepend. http://www.ndepend.com/

though any public class is potentially 'used' by a class outside your
project (if your library is re-used elsehwere), so keep that in mind. :)

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