npm install -g find-dead-modules
⨠ cd ~/my-awesome-project⨠ find-dead-modules
When no unused/dead modules are found, the script prints nothing and has an exit code of zero.
Any unused/dead modules that are found are loggged to stdout, one file path per line. An exit code of 1 will signal that one or more of these were found.
The script reads your
.gitignore file to figure out what can be safely
ignored. Apart from that, you can't configure anything right now. This is
likely to change when the script has proven to be useful.