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build-progress.sh - show kde-build progress in your konsole/xterm title
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.
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
build-progress.sh was written by Malte Starostik <email@example.com> and
This manual page was prepared by Ben Burton <firstname.lastname@example.org> for the
Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
June 16, 2004 BUILD-PROGRESS.SH(1)