CARTER Anthony a.carter at
Fri Mar 28 02:23:04 PST 2003

Where can I add the $TERM variable?

I am using KDE.

I put in my ~/.cshrc the following:

setenv TERM "xterm-color"

but I don't seem to have a color xterm when I open a new shell...Is this the 
wrong place?


On Thursday 27 March 2003 15:36, Michael A. Smith wrote:
>  > Ok, lets try again...Free software to allow me to...(read below)...
> I use Vim for day-to-day Perl work (/usr/ports/editors/vim). Syntax
> highlighting, auto-indenting, etc... To get everything working, you need
> to have your $TERM env variable set to "xterm-color" and copy
>     /usr/local/share/vim/vim##/vimrc_example.vim
> to your home dir as .vimrc, or copy it to /usr/local/share/vim/vimrc and
> all users will get the benefit of it. You'll likely want to tweak the rc
> file for your personal preferences.
> When I want something GUI-driven, I use Jedit -- an excellent Java
> editor with syntax highlighting and such. If you're running Java and X,
> take a look. It's in the ports tree (/usr/ports/editors/jedit).
> Good luck!!

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