Check dependencies in your node module
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npm install depcheck
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|Version||0.2.0 last updated 7 months ago|
|Dependencies||optimist, walkdir, esprima, should, simplesets|
Easily check your npm dependencies in order to get rid of unused ones. Bonus: it checks for
grunt.tasks.loadNpmTasks too, so there shouldn't be any false positives.
npm install depcheck -g
As easy as
Where DIRECTORY is the root directory of your application (where the package.json is).
This will list all the unused dependencies in your code if any.
-dev : by default
depcheck looks only at "dependencies", this flag will tell it to look at "devDependencies" too.
Well, it's more of a "What do you think guys?".
There are a couple of things I would like to do if anyone is interested:
- There could be false positives, we could have a white list of modules that you know you are using and that
depcheckcan't find in your code
grunt-contrib-depcheckwould be nice