|LS++.CONF(1)||User Contributed Perl Documentation||LS++.CONF(1)|
ls++.conf - ls++ configuration file
ls++.conf is the configuration file for ls++(1). ls++ first searches for it at ~/.config/ls++/ls++.conf then at ~/.ls++.conf then at ./ls++.conf and finally at /etc/ls++.conf.
Lines beginning with a '#' character are comments. All other non-empty lines are live Perl code. This gives a lot of power to the end user, but it also allows for fuckups.
Please don't fuckup.
- Array containting the characters to use for delimiting the columns.
- Array containing the colors to be used.
- Colorscheme to be used.
- A hash where its keys are patterns (possibly valid regular expressions) to
be matched against the files. The values should be attributes or colors
which will be added to the output.
This does the same thing as LS_COLORS, except that you can match against the full filname, and not only the extension. Using LS_COLORS, you could never match README or Makefile for example. Those two are matched by default.
The special value IGNORE will ignore all files matching the key pattern.
The default colortable left here for reference (ANSI colors).
0 NULL black 1 NULL bright black 2 K red 3 G, sec bright red 4 day green 5 +x bright green 6 +r yellow 7 +w, M bright yellow 8 other blue 9 hour bright blue 10 magenta 11 +s bright magenta 12 cyan 13 link bright cyan 14 B, month, delim white 15 16 reset 17 bold
Magnus Woldrich CPAN ID: WOLDRICH firstname.lastname@example.org http://japh.se
Report bugs and/or feature requests on https://github.com/trapd00r/ls--/issues or to email@example.com
Copyright (C) 2010 Magnus Woldrich. All right reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.