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Re: set Cygwin terminal title

Hi xmoon,

Please don't top-post (

On Wed, Apr 9, 2014 at 10:25 AM, xmoon 2000  wrote:
> @Csaba   Yes - that works.
> Actually that's a big help - because within my looping bash script
> that is keeping the window title up/changing until scripts stops .
> Which is perfect.

When you have a long-running script, you don't need to call sleep; you
can set the title and then run the script. When the script ends, the
title will be reset by PS1.

A more permanent solution could be this script:

It will change the terminal title to the running command without you
having to explicitly set it.

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