How can I get less or cat to use color in the output from .cat of my .bashrc, similar to vi 'ing it?
When I vi my .bashrc file it is colorized, i.e. but when I cat or less the file I get all white, i.e. How can I get cat (and less) to have color? cat does have color for my ruby .rb files but ...
I'm now using Arch Linux, and find a command most works like more and less. To understand the differences between them is a confusing problem. This Question has mentioned the differences between less ...
I have a text file encoded as following according to file: ISO-8859 text, with CRLF line terminators This file contains French's text with accents. My shell is able to display accent and emacs ...
[Context] I'm developing a little app, as a hobby to learn ncurses, that catalogs and lists and searches within a set of documents (for now, they are the HOWTOs from TLDP). The most tricky part of ...
In this question, Gilles answered Yet another possibility is to run tail -f in an Emacs shell buffer and use Emacs's syntax coloring abilities. Because I'm a vim user, I'd like to do this with ...
Is there any way to make less program repeat first line (or first 2 lines) on every displayed page? Is there any other pager program which can do this? This would be a killer-app for database table ...
When I run the command: man fork There is a highlight line at the bottom that reads: Manual page fork(2) line 52/99 (END) But when I navigate to line 53 and up to 99, these are just blank ...
When I do more filename and less filename, it would seem that the resulting terminals are quite similar. I can navigate and search through my files identically (j, Space, /pattern, etc.). I find it ...