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Finding unused Variable names in Lotusscript 
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: Venkata Ramana Koliparthi1391 16 Jan 2008
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Way to findout variables which are declared but not used in the script

1) Rob Goudvis6585 (17 Jan 2008)
Good idea, I was just thinking about this the ohter night.
2) Matt White9280 (17 Jan 2008)
I would assume that with the Eclipse Designer client coming along that this will be included by default, but you're right it would be a nice thing to have.
3) Corey Davis1744 (17 Jan 2008)
I should have thought of this considering all the refactoring I'm doing lately! Great idea!
4) Andre Guirard107 (30 Jan 2008)
This seems like a good idea for someone to do as part of a general "NotesLint" tool, but it seems like it should be done outside of IBM to encourage innovation from multiple sources.
5) Nick Radov1333 (30 Jan 2008)
You should be able to write this yourself as an Eclipse builder plug-in for 8.5.
6) Craig Schumann11 (06 Feb 2008)
I created a little app a while back that did just this (and other stuff) called LSCalls. You can find it here { Link }
My version is a command line app that dumps out a text file, but Chad Schelfhout created a little Notes database that pulled it back into documents all nicely categorized and what not. You should still be able to find that here: { Link }
7) Scott Leis1460 (07 Feb 2008)
A more general idea would be for Designer to present a list of "warnings" when compiled code contains things that compile OK but look dubious. Some other IDEs have had this functionality for years. I think I'll submit this as a new idea (if there isn't one like it already).
8) Ferry Kranenburg592 (28 Oct 2009)
Check out lotusscript manager at openntf. It finds unused variables.
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9) Pavel S378 (21 Jan 2010)
Ruby support would be nice


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