a command line tool to check what dependencies of an executable are really critical and not
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Mission

a command line tool to check what dependencies of an executable are really critical and not

Installation

npm install dependency-shrinker -g

use

this command will list the runtime dependencies that can be possible removed (will only detect the ones that will cause a crash if removed).

depshrink <Path to executable> <boot time> [Paths to dependencies folders]

Warning

if you kill the process of the command line tool at any point of execution you might end up in a situation where a dependency is missing.

I will not take resposability on the issues generated by this package, so use at your own risk and make sure you backup all before using. And use with caution.

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Arrows graphic by Stephen Hutchings from Flaticon is licensed under CC BY 3.0. Made with Logo Maker