On Mon, Nov 24, 2008 at 1:14 PM, Rob Gom <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> do you know any colored less version? I often browse logs (not Linux
> system logs). I use less for that and it works fine. However it is
> single colored. I know that less has ANSI sequences support, but for
> that I would have to change program output (which is not possible).
> The only solution which I see is run sed producing ANSI sequences as
> LESSPIPE. Do you know any other solution?
> In other words: I have text file. It can be big (few GB). I want to
> browse it. I would like to color every line, for example containing
> ERROR as RED, containing WARNING as YELLOW, containing [RG].*debug
> as GRAY ... I would like to define coloring rules. The viewer can be
> text-based (like less) or for any XWindow system.
> I would appreciate any comments on that.
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