I've noticed that certain bash applications are customized in a way that let's certain things, like the 'username@hostname' part be in a different color.
How is this done?
P.S. I hope this makes sense
on 10/24/2009 – Made popular on 10/24/2009
I have used telnet clients that use different color patterns for the colors linux uses and I was wondering if
there is a way to change the color of the default linux colors. example like ttyc YEL fcff00 or ttyc YEL 252 255
I love colors in my console, and I wonder if there is any way to get a terminal (I guess only a software is able to do that) printing almost everything in colors.
Of course there is the --color=auto things, but it works for a few commands (ls, grep...?).
I have a string array in strings.xml which is an array of color name. And, I listed colors in colors.xml with the same name as the array item. Now, I am trying to set the background of view using the color name (string) from strings.xml.