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Re: Bug#479544: dircolors: please eliminate duplicates before writing va
Re: Bug#479544: dircolors: please eliminate duplicates before writing variable
Mon, 05 May 2008 19:29:27 +0200
martin f krafft <address@hidden> wrote:
> Package: coreutils
> Version: 6.10-6
> Severity: wishlist
> File: /usr/bin/dircolors
> If I specify a filetype twice in the dircolors file, the resulting
> LS_COLORS will have the entry twice:
> lapse:/% echo "EXEC 00\nEXEC 01" | dircolors -
> export LS_COLORS
> While /bin/ls works fine with it and prefers the last setting over
> previous ones, e.g. zsh's completion system works the other way.
> I realise I could be filing this as a bug against zsh, but that
> would be asking zsh to work around a shortcoming in the dircolors
> Instead, would it be possible to fix dircolors so that it eliminates
> earlier entries if the dircolors file overrides entries for a given
> file class?
> The rationale is that I need dircolors --print-database output in my
> own dircolors file if I don't want to hardcode defaults by hand. If
> I do that, I'd prefer to keep customisation separate.
If no one volunteers to do this soon
I'll put it on the TODO list.
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