Doug Barton <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>       A couple months ago an improvement was added to the color support of ls
> to use a wider variety of colors, indicated by alphabet characters
> instead of numbers. While I think this is a good change, it included a
> warning when users have the old style numeric flags in their LSCOLORS
> variable. I think this is a mistake, and needlessly places another
> barrier for users coming into -current. Since the support for the old
> style color flags is practically free, I'd like to suggest that rather
> than warning the user, we simply continue to support the old flags, and
> indicate that they are deprecated in the man page. 

Deprecated features should generate warnings.  See the Committers
Guide (8.3) for details.  The change to the manual is correct though.

Best regards,
Mike Barcroft

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