I use a Git hosting. So I often run
I want to run
git push in background, in order that me not to wait when it finishes but do other tasks in my terminal.
But I don't want to run
git push in real background (
git push &) because I need to see its output to be sure that it run without an error.
What is the proper way to run it like a background process but seeing its output nevertheless?
The best thing I conveived is:
xterm -hold -e 'git push' &
But this uses XTerm instead of Gnome Terminal, the application I use the most. This is somehow inconsistent.
What are other alternatives?