On Sun, Jun 04, 2000 at 03:43:51PM -0700, Doug Barton wrote:
> 1. We can (sometimes grudgingly) live with color as an _option_ in
> 2. The color options should be #ifdef'ed so that people who need a
> slimmer ls can easily build one. (Thus anti-bloatists, picobsd, fixit
> floppy people, etc.; can define "NOCOLORINLSNOWAYNOHOW" and be done with
> it. :)
> 3. First choice for 'ls -G' should be tgetstr(), with the ANSI codes
> left in as a fallback if that returns NULL. (Thus handling the case of
> no mounted /usr as well as possible.)
> I think that accurately describes the thinking at this point, but my
> perspective is somewhat biased...
This is essentially the compromise that I would agree with 100%.
Will Andrews <firstname.lastname@example.org>
GCS/E/S @d- s+:+>+:- a--->+++ C++ UB++++ P+ L- E--- W+++ !N !o ?K w---
?O M+ V-- PS+ PE++ Y+ PGP+>+++ t++ 5 X++ R+ tv+ b++>++++ DI+++ D+
G++>+++ e->++++ h! r-->+++ y?
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