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I've got a collection of javascript files from a 3rd party, and I'd like to remove all the unused methods to get size down to a more reasonable level.

Does anyone know of a tool that does this for Javascript? At the very least give a list of unused/used methods, so I could do the manually trimming? This would be in addition to running something like the YUI Javascript compressor tool...

Otherwise my thought is to write a perl script to attempt to help me do this.

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No. Because you can use methods in insanely dynamic ways like this.

obj[prompt(Gimme a method name.)]();

[#99074] Saturday, July 18, 2009, 15 Years  [reply] [flag answer]
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