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Date:      Sun, 09 Apr 2000 21:25:27 -0400
From:      William Freeman <wdf@picusnet.com>
To:        Mark <mark@dsl-gw2-b147.clsp.uswest.net>
Cc:        Freebsd-Questions <freebsd-questions@FreeBSD.ORG>
Subject:   Re: tcsh color question
Message-ID:  <38F12D86.C39CDC34@picusnet.com>
References:  <000001bfa28a$e4254ea0$0300000a@cmr.net>

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alias ls 'gnuls --color=auto'
eval `~/.dircolors'
or /etc/DIR_COLORS or what ever

Mark wrote:

> After reading man tcsh I was under the impression that adding:
> set color to my .tcshrc that both ls-F and ls would show color. ls-F
> does but ls doesn't. Did I misunderstand reading the man page?
>
> Also, could someone show me an example line for LS_COLOR? In the man
> it gives what you can set and what color can be set to but it doesn't
> give an example of how I show type this in my .tcshrc file.
> Is this on par?
> set LS_COLOR:fi=33:di=1;35
>
> **********************************************
> The box said "requires Win95 or better"...
> So I installed it on FreeBSD;-)
> 'Anonymous'
> **********************************************
>
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alias ls 'gnuls --color=auto'
<br>eval `~/.dircolors'
<br>or /etc/DIR_COLORS&nbsp;or what ever
<p>Mark wrote:
<blockquote TYPE=CITE>After reading man tcsh I was under the impression
that adding:
<br>set color to my .tcshrc that both ls-F and ls would show color. ls-F
<br>does but ls doesn't. Did I misunderstand reading the man page?
<p>Also, could someone show me an example line for LS_COLOR? In the man
<br>it gives what you can set and what color can be set to but it doesn't
<br>give an example of how I show type this in my .tcshrc file.
<br>Is this on par?
<br>set LS_COLOR:fi=33:di=1;35
<p>**********************************************
<br>The box said "requires Win95 or better"...
<br>So I installed it on FreeBSD;-)
<br>'Anonymous'
<br>**********************************************
<p>To Unsubscribe: send mail to majordomo@FreeBSD.org
<br>with "unsubscribe freebsd-questions" in the body of the message</blockquote>

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<A HREF="http://members.xoom.com/EvilGNU">http://members.xoom.com/EvilGNU</A>;
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