this will help The command line has no image output. The only way you can fake it on the command line is the way you have described it. The way to make a game efficient is to create a window yourself and then draw with DirectX or OpenGL something into that window. Then you can clear it and redraw it. This might not satisfy you at the moment, as it sounds more like a quick project. But in the long run, you will not be happy to "draw" on the command line if you search for efficiency.
wish of those help You can tail -f the error log (enable PHP to log all errors, warnings, notices into a file, tail & follow it). Also checkout notification scripts which will create a bubble if something happens, e.g. something like How to get a pop up notification of a PHP error.
Refresh eclipse projects via command line
By : akhila
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine How to refresh eclipse projects via command line? , I know there are ant tasks to do this: