Real time unused public analysis

The new feature of Maia that allows real time analysis of unused public methods is awesome.  Thanks!

I didnt expect to use it to the extent that I have, but within a couple of days, I've removed loads of unused code and variables - I know the feature was there in the batch analysis, but having this real time is so much more useful - how many of the other "batch-only" inspections could be made real-time with the new indexing changes?  It's a little flaky when it comes to detecting unused methods in a class that is derived from an abstract class that is also derived from another abstract class (so two levels of abstract classes), but undo works in this case.

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I agree, this feature is fantastic and has resulted in a bit of code cleanup
for us too.

I've noticed that it does seem a little unreliable, haven't pinned down quite
why yet but seems to be lagging or not rerunning the inspection when I make
code changes in some situations, so I end up with a method being marked as
unused even though it is, and vice-versa.

The new feature of Maia that allows real time analysis of unused
public methods is awesome. Thanks!

I didnt expect to use it to the extent that I have, but within a
couple of days, I've removed loads of unused code and variables - I
know the feature was there in the batch analysis, but having this real
time is so much more useful - how many of the other "batch-only"
inspections could be made real-

time with the new indexing changes? It's a little flaky when it comes
to detecting unused methods in a class that is derived from an
abstract class that is also derived from another abstract class (so
two levels of abstract classes), but undo works in this case.

N

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