JarWiz released

Sometimes you find a huge number of jar archives on a your classpath and don’t know which ones are really in use by your java src files. This is a perfect job for JarWiz: It’s a cmd-line tool which does 3 things: 1. it scans a path recursively for java src files and extracts all import statements. 2. It finds all jar archives on a given path and extracts all contained java classes. 3. The main job is to determine which jar archives provide classes imported in the java files scanned previously.
You can find the tool on googlecode: JarWiz

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