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This is a collection of extension:color mappings, suitable to use as your
LS_COLORS environment variable. Most of them use the extended color map,
described in the ECMA-48 document; in other words, you'll need a terminal
with capabilities of displaying 256 colors.
As of this writing, around 300 different filetypes/extensions is supported. That's indeed a lot of extensions, but there's a lot more! Your help is greatly appreciated.
Fork this project on github, add the extensions you are missing, and send a pull request.
For files that usually ends up next to each other, like html, css and js, try to pick colors that fits in nicely together. Filetypes with multiple possible extensions, like htm and html, should have the same color.
What does it look like?
Here's a screenshot (font and minor color shades, of course, depend on terminal and its configuration):
You need GNU
dircolors and a compatible directory listing tool, such as GNU
ls. Both are available in GNU coreutils.
An installation script is provided with this repository:
$ mkdir /tmp/LS_COLORS && curl -L https://api.github.com/repos/trapd00r/LS_COLORS/tarball/master | tar xzf - --directory=/tmp/LS_COLORS --strip=1 $ ( cd /tmp/LS_COLORS && sh install.sh ) To enable the colors, add the following line to your shell's start-up script: For Bourne shell (e.g. ~/.bashrc or ~/.zshrc): . "~/.local/share/lscolors.sh" For C shell (e.g. ~/.cshrc): . "~/.local/share/lscolors.csh" $
Arch Linux users can install the
lscolors-git package from the AUR for easy
integration with bash, csh, or zsh.
Information for Developers
Using this, you can do
find $HOME -maxdepth 1 | ls_color mpc search artist Laleh | ls_color
... and so on.
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