I have an automated test that I run with the
xterm -e command:
xterm -e RunMyTests
At the end of the test-run, it prints out a summary of the results and some statistics to stdout.
I'd like to have the xterm remain open and visible so I can check the results.
(if its inactive, that's fine, so long as I can see it)
I know I could manually start the xterm then run the tests there.
Or I could redirect the test-output to a file to be examined later.
Or I could run the tests in the current xterm, instead of spawning a new window.
All of these could work, but are not ideal.
Is there a way to get an xterm window to stay open after its completed its work?