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John Conwell: aka Turbo Research in the visual exploration of data

I've started working on a collection of code analysis tools, that are open source and available for anyone to use.  I've got a descriptive article located at CodeProject.com (http://www.codeproject.com/cs/algorithms/Not_Used_Analysis.asp), which includes the source code and binaries.

The three main tools that I have so far are the following:

  • A “Not Used Finder”: searches through a list of assemblies and looks for any type, method or field that isnt ever used.  Points out code that you should be able to remove.
  • A visibility analysis: searches through a list of assemblies and looks at the visibility of methods and types and shows those that have a visibility higher than is required based on current usage.
  • A Duplicate / Near Duplicate code analysis
Posted on Tuesday, August 29, 2006 10:40 AM Code Performance , Ramblings , Data Mining | Back to top


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