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You can use my cf for file name coloring on the command line, it's a quick little awk-based colorizer that works via pipes - coloring filenames in Truecolor sRGB.

It's got a brightly colored default configuration and unlike ls it does not suffer a performance penalty for adding new colors. (ls must scan the entire LS_COLORS string for each miss).

https://github.com/AdamDanischewski/cf

cf usage

cf screenshot

You can use cf for file name coloring on the command line, it's a quick little awk-based colorizer that works via pipes - coloring filenames in Truecolor sRGB.

It's got a brightly colored default configuration and unlike ls it does not suffer a performance penalty for adding new colors. (ls must scan the entire LS_COLORS string for each miss).

https://github.com/AdamDanischewski/cf

cf usage

cf screenshot

You can use my cf for file name coloring on the command line, it's a quick little awk-based colorizer that works via pipes - coloring filenames in Truecolor sRGB.

It's got a brightly colored default configuration and unlike ls it does not suffer a performance penalty for adding new colors. (ls must scan the entire LS_COLORS string for each miss).

https://github.com/AdamDanischewski/cf

cf usage

cf screenshot

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Adam D.
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You can use cf for file name coloring on the command line, it's a quick little awk-based colorizer that works via pipes - coloring filenames in Truecolor sRGB.

It's got a brightly colored default configuration and unlike ls it does not suffer a performance penalty for adding new colors. (ls must scan the entire LS_COLORS string for each miss).

https://github.com/AdamDanischewski/cf

cf usage

cf screenshot