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How to tell if Visual Studio 2012 is using a referenced script

Posted on 2013-06-14
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I've inherited a file that contains references to external JavaScript files.
Is there a way I can tell if they are actually being used by the project?  I've commented them out and everything still seems to work, but I know that the minute I make it go live it will break....
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I should have specified that this is an MVC4 project using Visual Studio 2012.
Your suggestion to use WARI (Web Application REsource Inspector) does not fit my requirement.
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It shouldn't matter.  It's going to crawl the website to find any unused calls to javascript, the only gotchya is that it's not looking at server side code to determine any dynamic calls.
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