My name is Jakub Kadlčík, but you may also know me as FrostyX. I am 26 years old and live around Olomouc city in the Czech Republic. I am a computer nerd (read software engineer) with a passion for strength sports such as powerlifting and Olympic weightlifting.
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Tracer finds outdated running applications in your system
Tracer determines which applications use outdated files and prints them. For special kind of applications such as services or daemons, it suggests a standard command to restart it. Detecting whether file is outdated or not is based on a simple idea. If application has loaded in memory any version of a file which is provided by any package updated since system was booted up, tracer consider this application as outdated.