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Is there a tool for finding broken dependencies?

 
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What I'm looking for is a tool (or Ant task) that will take one list of class files (from Jars and loose files) and a second list of class files and see if there are any binary dependencies in the first set that aren't met within itself (ie, internal dependencies) and aren't met in the second set (ie, external dependencies). Preferably, I would like to see what and where they are.

If I can't find anything, I'll make one, but I want to avoid spending the time if possible. (and this seems likely to have been done already).
 
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Have a look at JBoss Tattletale. Among other things, it claims to "Identify dependencies between JAR files"
 
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Yes!

There are may online tools available to check broken dependencies...

Search on net, you ll get good ones.
 
Consider Paul's rocket mass heater.
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