[Grml] Cannot find code to color by file extensions on an ls

John da_audiophile at yahoo.com
Fri Nov 22 16:04:10 CET 2013

> On Friday, November 22, 2013 9:49 AM, Frank Terbeck <ft at grml.org> wrote:
> Colouring output of ls is the job of ls. It's largely dependent on which
> implementation of ls your system is using. If you're on Linux, chances
> are that you're using GNU's ls implementation. We're just setting up 
> an
> alias and load GNU's default colouration scheme. To create your own, see:
>   % man dircolors
> and add the appropriate call to ~/.zshrc.local.

Ha, my face is red.  Thank you for the tip.

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