ls++ - colorized ls on steroids
ls++ [OPTION]... [FILE]...
Not known parameters will be passed through to ls, so to show hidden files, -a or -A might be added. See ls(1) for more information.
--pf permissions, file --psf permissions, size, file --tpf time, permissions, file --tpsf time, permissions, size, file (default) --ptsf permissions, time, size, file
cpan Term::ExtendedColor git clone git://github.com/trapd00r/ls--.git cd ls-- perl Makefile.PL make && su -c 'make install' cp ls++.conf $HOME/.ls++.conf
cpan Term::ExtendedColor git clone git://github.com/trapd00r/ls--.git cd ls-- perl Makefile.PL make && sudo 'make install' cp ls++.conf $HOME/.ls++.conf
I wanted to re-arrange the ls output just like one can do with the -printf option to GNU find. Sadly, there are no -printf option available for ls, so I threw together a quick hack called 'pilsner' that did what I wanted and nothing more, nothing less. Not very useful to others.
Mattias Svanström crafted together the 'l' application which did basically the same thing but more elegant and with a nice twist; it calculated relative mtimes.
I really liked that idea, but there were a couple of annoyances, so I forked the project and added a configuration file, support for flags that'll control the different views and possibility to ignore as well as highlight specific files.
\ \ | / / \ \ - / \ | / (O O) ( < ) (-=-) Magnus Woldrich CPAN ID: WOLDRICH firstname.lastname@example.org http://japh.se
Shelby Munsch - extensive macos work
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