Something to "tail -f" during a long build?
paulbeard at gmail.com
Sun Nov 4 22:24:47 PST 2007
On 11/3/07, Lloyd Zusman <hippoman at potamuses.net> wrote:
> Once I've started a long build (for example, of something like gcc42), is
> there a file somewhere that I can look at with "tail -f" in order to watch
> the progress of the build?
> I know that I can start a build with the "-v" or maybe "-d" flag to see
> more info, but I'm specfically wondering if there's a log file somewhere
> for the non-"-v" case (for example, for a simple "port install gcc42")
> that I can look at while the build is running.
> Thanks in advance.
> Lloyd Zusman
> hippoman at potamuses.net
> God bless you.
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