Make process title - % complete
ady at freebsd.ady.ro
Tue Oct 20 12:49:16 UTC 2009
On Mon, Oct 19, 2009 at 4:40 PM, Ivan Voras <ivoras at freebsd.org> wrote:
> Ivan Voras wrote:
>> I have a small patch that makes "make" display percentage complete in
>> process title, which can be retrieved in "top" in the form of:
>> 71466 root 1 76 0 7008K 5696K select 0 0:00 0.00%
>> make: 95% (55 more targets out of 1360) (make)
> Also: is there someone here more familiar with "make" who can tell me if the
> "current" top level target (i.e. the one taken from the command line) is
> kept track of somewhere? For example "clean" in "make clean install".
gmake does show the nesting level in its output and indeed it's a
valuable information if setproctitle is to be used...
gmake appears to use a MAKELEVEL environment variable to keep track in
between parent/child runs. I see a similar mechanism in our make
(using the __MKLVL__ environment variable) but it's restricted only to
the check_make_level() function that is checking the nesting level,
thus no global variable is available to use.
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