UCDetector (Unecessary Code Detector) is an Eclipse plugin tool that finds unnecessary (dead) public Java code. It suggests that you make the code final, protected, or private. UCDetector also finds cyclic dependencies between classes.
|Tags||code quality code analysis Eclipse Java Eclipse|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release improves the "// NO_UCD" quickfix, adds a UCDetector headless installer script for Linux, and fixes bad handling of quickfixes on multi-selection, ignoring @Override methods, and UCDetector headless support.
Release Notes: UCDetector now works with "Eclipse IDE for Java Developers". The dependency on org.eclipse.pde.core has been changed to "optional".
Release Notes: The layout for ignore preferences was improved. UCDetector actions are now available for Working Sets. A new 'org.ucdetector.reports' extension point was added for creating custom reports using XSLT or Java. Custom reports can be created by renaming and changing __custom.xslt. NPE was fixed for the case where a compilation unit has no primary type.
Release Notes: This release fixes missing QuickFix icons, malformed \uxxxx encoding in exception loading modes, and Headless failing to recognize projects. It has a combobox to change all visibility combos. Searching for a class name in a file, both full and simple, is supported. A new button (Rename mode) and a new option (Log to Eclipse Console View).
Release Notes: This release has some bugfixes and feature enhancements.