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Is there a command line tool (preferred) that'll generate a report of Java methods within a class and where they are used within a few project folders. Kind of how Netbeans does a "Find Usage" on open projects but as an automated approach.

I have a utility class that contains lots of static methods, but I have no idea which ones are dead code [ignoring test case usages]

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How is google a tool that would be helpful for this? –  monksy Dec 13 '12 at 22:40
Google is a tool you can find tools with :-) –  Archy Dec 13 '12 at 22:56

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