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SPCop, the free tool of the SPCAF framework, will do the trick and even more. Have a look here: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/torstenmandelkow/archive/2013/10/08/free-sharepoint-code-analysis-tool-available.aspx


You can use the SPDisposechecker. In this tool, what you have to do is give the path of dll and the file where you want the output file. Example, Perform SPDisposeChecker on dlls using command line C:\Program Files\Microsoft\SharePoint Dispose Check>SPDisposeCheck C:\CODE\DisposeCheckDllfolder >Log100DII.xml where 1) C:\Program Files\Microsoft\SharePoint ...

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