When you are doing a time-consuming process such as downloading or building a package I was working on other work, and when I noticed it was finished building. There are many times.
It's okay if each task has the same priority If the priorities are reversed without your knowledge, productivity will drop.
I came up with a way to let you know when the command is over!
% bundle install; say 'It's over'
I like it because it's cyber, but unfortunately it can't be used on linux.
% bundle install; tpul bel
This will make a system sound.
If it is troublesome to connect commands every time you call a script in the terminal You can also put it in the script. I tried calling it with subprocess from python.
import subprocess subprocess.call('tput bel', shell = True)