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Configure ~/.bashrc to display colorful ls command

You can then choose from a number of pre-defined color schemes, or set up your own custom colors for things like Cursor, Normal Text, Bold Text, and Selection. In this case, the alternative answer is a long-standing Mac OS feature: drag and drop. Why might you want to do this, instead of just using the built-in Colors panel in the Terminal Inspector? The point of this hint is to merely show you how, not argue persuasively as to which method is best! So, after some digging and reading man pages on terminal coloring and 'ls' I found a super-simple solution for decent terminal coloring with Leopard's "Homebrew" green-on-black scheme.

How to enable colorized output for ls command in MacOS X Terminal - nixCraft

Sequence of uppercase and lowercase letters specifies colors of the foreground and background items. Here is excerpt from man ls that explains meaning of the attributes:. ANSII blue has a very bad differentiation on Mac's homebrew, so changing to cyan made a huge difference. Edmon Begoli. Edmon Begoli Chief Data Architect. Follow Tech Sign In Page.


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