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Re: Color in bash-1.14.7 and gnuls-4.0

David Ziemba wrote:
> I read the archives, and where they let off is where I am having problems.
> Installed is gnuls-4.0, and I can type:
> /usr/local/bin/gnuls /etc --color=always
> and I get /etc with pritty colors.  But the color is not saved, and the next
> output will be black 'n white without using the color option.  From what I
> can tell, the man page does not yield config of a config file of sorts.

I use something like

alias ls="gnuls --color"

in my ~/.bashrc (or ~/.bash_profile ... I never remember which!)

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