Specifically, on OSX, in zsh. I'd like it when say... man man The background color is a darkish-yellow and the foreground is a charcoal gray/black. In this way I'm sure I'm looking at a man page ...
I have colored man pages according to: alias man="TERMINFO=~/.terminfo/ LESS=C TERM=mostlike PAGER=less man" so man less looks like but git blame --help is uncolored
I changed to zsh from the default (by changing the "Shells open with" preference in Terminal to "command (complete path)" set to /bin/zsh While most things seem to work, I tried to see the man page ...
I know that the builtin command ulimit is listed in the bash man page. Grepping for it doesn't return anything though. Why? grep and man both work fine, man bash | grep strings returns several ...