procenv is a tool that dumps all attributes of its environment. It can be run as a test tool, to understand what environment a process runs in and for system comparison.
|Tags||Command Line Utility terminal process Environment|
|Licenses||GNU GPL v3|
|Operating Systems||Linux Unix Hurd FreeBSD Android|
Release Notes: Building on systems with old versions of libcap is now supported. Linux binary personality (with flags) was added to '--misc' output. The RPM spec file was fixed and the man page was updated.
Release Notes: Improves the RPM spec file to include check phase and conditional architecture dependency logic. Updated for OpenRISC. --ranges now also shows the symbolic names (such as "LONG_MAX"). Reworked capabilities support to show effective, inheritable, and permitted values for each capability in addition to the existing bounding set value. Will also display "unknown" capabilities if run on a system whose running kernel has more capabilities than the system procenv was built on.
Release Notes: Generates the .spec file to ensure the version stays in sync with configure.ac.
Release Notes: This release adds an RPM spec file. --capabilities now displays Capsicum capabilities if available (FreeBSD 9/10+). An issue where environment display could cause a crash has been fixed. The last attacher process in shared memory display on Linux incorrectly showed the current process name rather than the last; this has been fixed.
Release Notes: A semaphore fix for PPC and Sparc platforms.