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build-progress.sh - show kde-build progress in your konsole/xterm title bar
build-progress.sh can be used to watch the progress of a large KDE build in the title bar of your konsole or xterm. The KDE build must be running elsewhere as a separate process, and it must be done using kde-build(1). When you run build-progress.sh, it will sit in a permanent loop while kde-build runs. The title bar of the konsole/xterm in which you ran build-progress.sh will be continually updated with the directory in which the KDE build is currently working. You must run build-progress.sh from the top-level directory of the KDE build tree. This directory must contain a file named kde-buildrc (which is also used by kde-build). This kde-buildrc must contain valid settings for KDELOGDIR and KDESRCDIR, or else build- progress.sh will fail to work. This utility is part of the KDE Software Development Kit.
kde-buildrc This file must be contained in the current directory, which must be the root of the KDE build tree. See kde-build(1) for further information.
build-progress.sh was written by Malte Starostik <firstname.lastname@example.org> and others. This manual page was prepared by Ben Burton <email@example.com> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). June 16, 2004 BUILD-PROGRESS.SH(1)