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Re: Highlighting the command line based on arbitrary rules
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- From: Jérémie Roquet <arkanosis@xxxxxxxxx>
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- Subject: Re: Highlighting the command line based on arbitrary rules
- Date: Mon, 10 Jun 2013 17:37:29 +0200
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2013/6/10 Bart Schaefer <schaefer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> On Jun 10, 3:54pm, Richard Hartmann wrote:
> } this may be approaching the clinically and/or criminally insane, but
> } is it possible to highlight sections of the command based on arbitrary
> } rules?
> Definitely. Google for zsh-syntax-highlight for an extreme example.
> Somebody probably even has a git plugin for that, but it's difficult
> to search for, because of course the project is stored in github so
> the addition of "git" to the search keywords is not helpful.
> One caveat is that zsh-syntax-highlighting is currently known to tickle
> an obscure memory management bug somewhere in the depths of ZLE. We're
> still hoping for somebody who can reproduce it to give us a valgrind or
> similar debugging output.
Probably overkill in this case, but you might be interested in zpython
as well, see http://www.zsh.org/mla/workers/2013/msg00089.html .
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