:Hi there.
:Have you ever thought about putting colour listing in 'ls' command? First
:I saw it in linux and then there's a program called 'gnuls' in ports. It
:looks really cool when you do:
:gnuls --color=yes
:Files print as usual and directories print in colour ;-)
:I put ls as a symbolic link to gnuls, but every time I make world, the old
:'ls' puts back ;-)
:Oleg Ogurok

    Color ls doesn't really belong in the base distribution, IMHO.  It's
    simple enough to create a softlink to it in /usr/local/bin and then
    put /usr/local/bin in your path before /bin if you really want to
    have it as the 'default'.

                                        Matthew Dillon 

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