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Swift TUI Monitor

The TUI (textual user interface) monitor is one option for monitoring Swift on the console using a curses-like library.

The progress of a Swift run can be monitored using the -ui TUI option. For example:

swift -ui TUI modis.swift

This will produce a textual user interface with multiple tabs, each showing the following features of the current Swift run:

• A summary view showing task status
• An apps tab
• A jobs tab
• A transfer tab
• A scheduler tab
• A Task statistics tab
• A customized tab called Ben’s View

Navigation between these tabs can be done using the function keys f2 through f8.


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