./misc/colorls, Uses color with ls(1) to display file attributes

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Branch: pkgsrc-2016Q2, Version: 2.2nb1, Package name: colorls-2.2nb1, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

This is a simple hack to the FreeBSD /bin/ls to use ANSI sequences to
display file attributes in color. There is a -G flag (somewhat
similar to the -F flag). Take a look at the man page for details.

Standard xterm prior to XFree86 3.1.2B doesn't know about colors, so
you should use update your XFree86 or use kterm (available from the
packages collection).

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SHA1: f0d069e71faade167feaf14c4e6327bcc14d6616
RMD160: 7b607b7ab953ad0dc603c269fa03648cd54ac04f
Filesize: 11.492 KB

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