There should be some kind of feedback to the user when he pruned the build directory of a selected build target.
Steps to Reproduce:
Select a target or have targets in the buildset and click "Prune Selection".
No visual or otherwise recognizable feedback that the build directory of the selected target has actually been pruned. (the pruning itself works)
There should be a message, e.g. in the build console/log, that the selected target has been pruned. Probably together with the executed command: `rm -rf <build_dir>/*`. Similar as it's happening for triggering a build (i.e. make <target>`.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 238455 ***
Git commit 93bf70ecaa2b183c94799eb90e3f5b18f918d371 by Aleix Pol.
Committed on 06/03/2013 at 18:31.
Pushed by apol into branch 'master'.
Add feedback on cmake prune job
Instead of just passing the KIO job, pass an outputjob that tells us what
it's doing, more or less.
M +1 -0 projectbuilders/cmakebuilder/CMakeLists.txt
M +2 -22 projectbuilders/cmakebuilder/cmakebuilder.cpp
M +2 -3 projectbuilders/cmakebuilder/cmakejob.cpp
A +91 -0 projectbuilders/cmakebuilder/prunejob.cpp [License: GPL (v2+)]
A +43 -0 projectbuilders/cmakebuilder/prunejob.h [License: GPL (v2+)]