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that help you construct the value of the environment variable.
On 5.6.2019 4:52, Polytropon wrote:
> On Tue, 4 Jun 2019 16:52:04 +0300, Amit Yaron wrote:
>> I've set it in my ~/.bashrc
>> Just wanted a user-friendly tool with which I can edit the variable.
> As this variable is optional (for the operation of the ls program),
> there is no such tool. Except of course you consider your editor of
> choice as such a tool, which edits _files_ that have an effect on
> setting the variable. Or you can see the line editing feature of
> your shell as such a means... as both are very user-friendly. ;-)
> However, when you have set $LSCOLORS once, there is hardly any need
> to change it several times a week. The color codes and the positional
> parameters that form the variable's content can be found in "man ls".
> Do some experimenting in your shell, and save the final result to
> ~/.login_conf or your shell's startup file, which in case of bash
> is ~/.bashrc (for interactive shells; see section "INVOCATION" in
> "man bash" for details).
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