I wrote something, but right now it has company specific stuff wrapped up in it. If I can remove the proprietary bits, then maybe I can post it. It's all just a wrapper around the autorep and job_depends commands (and a jil parser), but it also does things like compares two insert_job commands, and generates an update_job command from that (that's what it started out as), as well as finding job dependencies and job status (and I wrote a utility to drill down the job dependencies).
Update: It's posted
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