Identifying Unused Modules

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AccidentReport
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Identifying Unused Modules

Post by AccidentReport » Thu Mar 27, 2014 12:46 pm

Hopefully a quick and easy...

In the repository there is a button to cleanup which identifies unused repository items so you can easily delete them. Is there anything similar, or some easy way, to identify modules that are not used within a testcase?

I ask as I have been tidying up my tests and have managed to consolidate a number of modules so I have a much more versatile and tidy set of tests. The trouble is I now have a number of modules that are no longer used in any testcase and are redundant so, in my OCD tidyness way, want to delete them from the project.

Any ideas!?

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Re: Identifying Unused Modules

Post by krstcs » Thu Mar 27, 2014 1:25 pm

There is no way to do this programatically, you will need to do it manually.
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AccidentReport
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Re: Identifying Unused Modules

Post by AccidentReport » Thu Apr 10, 2014 10:09 am

OK. Thought so but you never know what hidden features may exist in a random context menu or something!

I did manage to go through and tidy them up now so am trying to keep to a naming convention to make it more obvious what is what now.