I have a shared home directory that is automounted via NFS on all the UNIX servers I log in to. I would like to have a single .screenrc that (for example) puts the hostname in the hardstatus line in a different colour to indicate when I am logged on to production versus development; our hostnames are such that this can easily be done through the use of pattern matching.
Is there any way of putting conditional statements into .screenrc? A quick grep of the man page doesn't seem to reveal anything obvious.
To clarify, I already have a custom hard status line; I want to change some of the colouring/fields displayed based on the hostname that screen is invoked on. I already have something like this for my PS1, however I would rather do this in the screen status line as I jump off from these hosts to routers/switches, which don't allow me to do any prompt colourisation. This way, I can have one window for production, and one for development, with the colour of the screen status line telling me which one I am on at a glance.