Subject: Re: color_xterm versus xterm_color
To: David Laight <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Greywolf <email@example.com>
Date: 10/22/2003 11:35:36
Thus spake David Laight ("DL> ") sometime Today...
DL> > Just for reference, does this mean that I'm going to start seeing
DL> > those hideous colors in my xterms by default, as I do on Linux?
DL> I hope not, a lot of them are 'features' of the linux utilites (eg /bin/ls)
DL> so we shouldn't be affected.
DL> In any case just use a b/w TERM.
I'm wondering why in the hell Linux couldn't just leave well enough
alone and do what the sane world does...or did I just contradictatorially
answer my own question?
X11R6's xterm is fine; everyone uses termcap:xterm-color; what's the big?
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