How can I configure grep that I could highlight in color smarter? By using different colors? Problem : "grep --color" default use red to highlight matches, but it still difficult to read for ...
I am used to grep being able to color the filename, the line number, and the match itself. These three ought to be different colors. This works flawlessly on a Linux terminal and even MinGW on ...
I simply cannot see the ANSI BLUE colour in a terminal with a black background. How does one grep the installed VIM colorschemes for one that does not use that colour at all? I often SSH into ...
If I run grep -ir "somethingtomatch" . from the current directory, I typically get results like this: ./some/path/file1.html: filecontent filecontent keyword filecontent ./some/path/file2.html: ...
I use the --colour option of grep a lot, but I often use less as well. How can I pipe grep results to less and still preserve the coloring. (Or is that possible?) grep "search-string" -R * --colour | ...