Tattletale 1.1.0.Final

Operating systemsOS : Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris
Program licensingScript Licensing : LGPL - GNU Lesser General Public License
CreatedCreated : Aug 27, 2010
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Tattletale scans all the directories recursively for ...

tattletale by Red Hat Middleware LLC scans all the directories recursively for JAR files and then build the reports as HTML files.
The main HTML file is: index. html.
Most important functions of Tattletale 1.1.0.Final:
General Features:
• Identify dependencies between JAR files
find missing classes from the classpath
• Spot if a class/package is located in multiple JAR files
• Spot if the same JAR file is located in multiple locations
• With a list of what each JAR file requires and provides
• Verify the version of a class
• Find similar JAR files that have different version numbers
• Find JAR files without a version number
• Find unused JAR archives
• Identify sealed / signed JAR archives
• Locate a class in a JAR file
• Get the OSGi status of your project
• Remove black listed API usage
Reports:
• Dependants
• Depends On
• Graphical Dependencies
• Transitive Dependants
• Transitive Depends On
• Circular dependency
• Class Location
• OSGi
• Sealed information
• Signed information
• Eliminate Jar files with different versions
• Invalid version
• Multiple Jar files
• Multiple Locations
• Unused Jar
• No version
• Black listed API
• JAR archive
News in the current Tattletale [tattletale1.1.0.final.exe] version:
• Feature Request - Property For Specifying Path To GraphViz.

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