color.map man page

color.map ā€” custom color settings for Portage

Synopsis

/etc/portage/color.map

Description

This file contains variables that define color classes used by Portage. Portage will check this file first for color classes settings. If no setting of given color class is found in /etc/portage/color.map, Portage uses default value defined internally.

Syntax

VARIABLE = [space delimited list of attributes or ansi code pattern]

ATTRIBUTE = [space delimited list of attributes or ansi code pattern]

Variables

NORMAL = "normal"

Defines color used for some words occuring in other contexts than those below.

BAD = "red"

Defines color used for some words occuring in bad context.

BRACKET = "blue"

Defines color used for brackets.

GOOD = "green"

Defines color used for some words occuring in good context.

HILITE = "teal"

Defines color used for highlighted words.

INFORM = "darkgreen"

Defines color used for informational words.

MERGE_LIST_PROGRESS = "yellow"

Defines color used for numbers indicating merge progress.

PKG_BLOCKER = "red"

Defines color used for unsatisfied blockers.

PKG_BLOCKER_SATISFIED = "darkblue"

Defines color used for satisfied blockers.

PKG_MERGE = "darkgreen"

Defines color used for packages planned to be merged.

PKG_MERGE_SYSTEM = "darkgreen"

Defines color used for system packages planned to be merged.

PKG_MERGE_WORLD = "green"

Defines color used for world packages planned to be merged.

PKG_BINARY_MERGE = "purple"

Defines color used for packages planned to be merged using a binary package.

PKG_BINARY_MERGE_SYSTEM = "purple"

Defines color used for system packages planned to be merged using a binary package.

PKG_BINARY_MERGE_WORLD = "fuchsia"

Defines color used for world packages planned to be merged using a binary package.

PKG_NOMERGE = "darkblue"

Defines color used for packages not planned to be merged.

PKG_NOMERGE_SYSTEM = "darkblue"

Defines color used for system packages not planned to be merged.

PKG_NOMERGE_WORLD = "blue"

Defines color used for world packages not planned to be merged.

PKG_UNINSTALL = "red"

Defines color used for packages planned to be uninstalled in order to resolve conflicts.

PROMPT_CHOICE_DEFAULT = "green"

Defines color used for the default choice at a prompt.

PROMPT_CHOICE_OTHER = "red"

Defines color used for a non-default choice at a prompt.

SECURITY_WARN = "red"

Defines color used for security warnings.

UNMERGE_WARN = "red"

Defines color used for unmerge warnings.

WARN = "yellow"

Defines color used for warnings.

List of Valid Attributes

Foreground colors

black

darkgray

darkred

red

darkgreen

green

brown

yellow

darkyellow

darkblue

blue

purple

fuchsia

teal

turquoise = darkteal

lightgray

white

Background colors

bg_black

bg_darkred

bg_darkgreen

bg_brown = bg_darkyellow

bg_darkblue

bg_purple

bg_teal

bg_lightgray

Other attributes

normal

no-attr

reset

bold

faint

standout

no-standout

underline

no-underline

blink

no-blink

overline

no-overline

reverse

no-reverse

invisible

Reporting Bugs

Please report bugs via https://bugs.gentoo.org/

Authors

Arfrever Frehtes Taifersar Arahesis <arfrever@apache.org>

Files

/etc/portage/color.map

Contains variables customizing colors.

/etc/portage/make.conf

Contains other variables.

See Also

console_codes(4), make.conf(5), portage(5), emerge(1), ebuild(1), ebuild(5)

The /usr/lib/portage/pym/portage/output.py Python module.

Referenced By

ebuild(1), ebuild(5), emerge(1), portage(5).

Jul 2013 Portage VERSION