Provided by: colormake_0.2-11_all
colormake - color wrapper for make(1)
colormake [ -f makefile ] [ option ] ... target ...
colormake acts as a wrapper around make(1) to ease reading the output by colorizing it.
colormake uses the same command line options as make(1).
To change a makefile to use colormake, you may change the path at the top which normally reads #!/usr/bin/make to #!/usr/bin/colormake. Alternately, you may type colormake whenever you would normally type make when compiling programs. /usr/bin/colormake was formerly named /usr/bin/cmake but had to be renamed because of a name clash.
The configuration files are Perl scripts included by colormake. The defaults values are (from colormake itself): # Some useful color codes, see end of file for more. # $col_black = "\033[30m"; $col_red = "\033[31m"; $col_green = "\033[32m"; $col_yellow = "\033[33m"; $col_blue = "\033[34m"; $col_magenta = "\033[35m"; $col_cyan = "\033[36m"; $col_ltgray = "\033[37m"; $col_norm = "\033[00m"; $col_background = "\033[07m"; $col_brighten = "\033[01m"; $col_underline = "\033[04m"; $col_blink = "\033[05m"; # Customize colors here... # $col_default = $col_ltgray; $col_gcc = $col_magenta . $col_brighten; $col_make = $col_cyan; $col_filename = $col_yellow; $col_linenum = $col_cyan; $col_trace = $col_yellow; $col_warning = $col_green; $tag_error = ""; $col_error = $tag_error . $col_yellow . $col_brighten; $error_highlight = $col_brighten; For use with gnome-terminal I have the following configuration in my $HOME/.colormakerc file: $col_default = $col_black; $col_gcc = $col_magenta; $col_filename = $col_blue; $col_linenum = $col_cyan; $col_error = $tag_error . $col_red . $col_brighten; /usr/share/colormake/colormake.rc System-wide configuration file for colormake. $HOME/.colormakerc Personal configuration file for colormake.
Bjarni R. Einarsson is the author of colormake. This manual page was written for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution because the original program does not have a manual page. This manual page was written by Joe Wreschnig <email@example.com> and updated by Ludovic Rousseau <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).