Re: Tools to better colorize the command-line experience?
I rely on such helper utilities. Here I can list some recommendations.
On Thu, 2021-01-07 at 23:02 +0200, Otto Kekäläinen wrote:
> Do you have any tips about generic command-line coloring programs?
1. [diff-highlight] highlighting .diff/.patch files
located in package
(there was once a discussion about it on -devel)
2. [grc] generic colouriser for everything
can colorize output of many commands such as
ip, dig, ifconfig, findmnt, mount, ps, etc.
3. [python3-pygments] highlighting source code
4. for highlighting the shell command line itself, there are
[fish] for out-of-the-box shell syntax highlighting, and
an alternative [zsh-syntax-highlighting] for zsh. Doesn't
know whether there is such thing for bash.