edit: I was in EternalTerminal session, and that was the source of the difference. In a regular
ssh, it works.
I need to get commands in a pipe to believe they are in a PTY and emit colorized output.
script -c is known to be a workaround to do so.
But for me,
ls --color=auto is colorized, and in
script -q -e -c 'ls --color=auto' log; cat log nothing is colorized.
I do have
The same happens with
gcc: it's colorized in an interactive shell, but not in
How do programs in
script -c find out that they are not in a tty? Why did it work before and doesn't now?
$ script -V script from util-linux 2.33.2 $ ls --version ls (GNU coreutils) 8.31