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#
# colorgcc configuration file
#
# $Id: colorgccrc,v 1.1.1.1 1999/04/25 15:24:03 jamoyers Exp $
#
# This file should be named $HOME/.colorgccrc
#
#
# The following groups of attributes may be combined for a given color:
#
# clear black on_black
# reset red on_red
# bold green on_green
# underline yellow on_yellow
# underscore blue on_blue
# blink magenta on_magenta
# reverse cyan on_cyan
# concealed white on_white
#
# For example, srcColor: bold cyan on_yellow
#
# Define the paths to the actual location of the various compilers.
# (Currently, colorgcc only understands these: g++ gcc c++ cc)
g++: /usr/bin/g++
gcc: /usr/bin/gcc
c++: /usr/bin/c++
cc: /usr/bin/cc
# Define aliases for the usual compilers to allow using colorgcc
# without path munging. (E.g. make CXX=color-g++)
color-g++: /usr/bin/g++
color-gcc: /usr/bin/gcc
color-c++: /usr/bin/c++
color-cc: /usr/bin/cc
# Don't do color if our terminal type ($TERM) is one of these.
# (List all terminal types on one line, seperated by whitespace.)
nocolor: dumb
# Text between ` and ' is usually source code.
srcColor: bold cyan
# Text between ‘ and ’ is usually a source code identifier.
identColor: green
# Text other than a warning or error.
introFileNameColor: reset
introMessageColor: blue
# Warnings and errors both have similar formats:
# filename:999:Message
# Each field may be assigned a different color.
# Warnings
warningFileNameColor: reset
warningNumberColor: white
warningMessageColor: yellow
# Errors
errorFileNameColor: reset
errorNumberColor: white
errorMessageColor: bold red
# Notes
noteFileNameColor: reset
noteNumberColor: white
noteMessageColor: green