FW: nano and color
- From: "Bonno Bloksma" <b.bloksma@xxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 9 Sep 2011 11:03:35 +0200
sameWhen using nano on a Squeeze system and I open a file with name.sh I will
see color coded script Lines. When I open a file line name.xxx with the
content there is no color coding.
On a Lenny system I never have color coding.
1) Where is this behaviour defined on my Squeeze system?
2) Can I enable it on my Lenny systems?
On my lenny system there is a file called /etc/nanorc. If you
uncomment the line which looks like
# include "/usr/share/nano/sh.nanorc"
so it looks like
you should get syntax highlighting for files with the .sh extension.
Highlighting for other languages can be enabled in the same way.
Aha, I had not yet found the /etc/nanorc file. I had noticed the presence of
the various /usr/share/nano/*.nanorc files but wondered why they were not
Strange that someone decided to disable this by default in Lenny.
Ok, it's working now, thanks.
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