Not like SUMO that checks for installed software and updates for those installations.
This is for your re-installations or USB drive that you carry with you that holds all the latest
versions of your favorite tools.
From the website:
Ketarin is a small application which automatically updates setup packages. As opposed to other tools, Ketarin is not meant to keep your system up-to-date, but rather to maintain a compilation of all important setup packages which can then be burned to disc or put on a USB stick.
Basically, it monitors the content of web pages for changes and downloads files to a specified location. There is a tutorial explaining it all. Currently, you can either rely on a service based on FileHippo, or you can define your own rules, even using regular expressions (for advanced users). A similar application, for monitoring web pages, is Webmon and has sometimes served as guide.
Currently i use it for all the apps i like and need, and find it annoying to manually update everything
once every month or so. Just run Ketarin and update all your software installer files in one go.
This is a small piece of whats in my personal list for now. (i will be updating it regularly)
Download the XML from here.