Print compile time in seconds package by package (Gentoo Distros)

qlist -I | xargs qlop -t |sort -t" " -rnk2
Sample Output
qtwebengine: 12644 seconds average for 5 merges
libreoffice: 12069 seconds average for 4 merges
qtwebkit: 11395 seconds average for 3 merges
kbd: 5831 seconds average for 1 merges
clang: 4839 seconds average for 2 merges
clang: 4839 seconds average for 2 merges
webkit-gtk: 4406 seconds average for 3 merges
firefox: 4202 seconds average for 9 merges
llvm: 3765 seconds average for 7 merges
llvm: 3765 seconds average for 7 merges
gcc: 3448 seconds average for 6 merges
polkit-gnome: 2705 seconds average for 3 merges
gnupg: 2445 seconds average for 5 merges
qtquickcontrols2: 2377 seconds average for 2 merges
rust: 2222 seconds average for 10 merges
rust: 2222 seconds average for 10 merges
kirigami: 1927 seconds average for 5 merges

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By: wuziduzi
2018-11-12 01:50:16

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