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Joongi Kim committed d544a1f

Apply solarized to dircolors for ls command.

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home-config/bashrc

 # enable color support of ls and also add handy aliases
 if [ "$TERM" != "dumb" ]; then
     if [ `uname -s` == "Linux" ]; then
+%if term_colorscheme == "solarized":
+	eval "`dircolors ~/.dircolors`"
+%else:
 	eval "`dircolors -b`"
+%end
 	LS_COLOR_OPTION='--color=auto'
     else
 	LS_COLOR_OPTION='-G'

home-config/configuration.json

             "source": "bashrc",
             "compatible_platforms": ["linux", "mac"]
         },
+        ".dircolors": {
+            "source": "dircolors",
+            "compatible_platforms": ["linux", "mac"],
+	    "template_vars": ["term_colorscheme"]
+        },
         "sfind.py": {
             "source": "sfind.py",
             "executable": true,
                 "variables": {
                     "vim_colorscheme": "solarized",
                     "vim_textwidth": 75,
+		    "term_colorscheme": "solarized",
                     "username": "Joongi Kim",
                     "email": "joongi@an.kaist.ac.kr"
                 }
                 "variables": {
                     "vim_colorscheme": "solarized",
                     "vim_textwidth": 0,
+		    "term_colorscheme": "solarized",
                     "username": "Joongi Kim",
                     "email": "me@daybreaker.info"
                 },

home-config/dircolors

+# Exact Solarized Dark color theme for the color GNU ls utility.
+# Designed for dircolors (GNU coreutils) 5.97
+#
+# This simple theme was simultaneously designed for these terminal color schemes:
+# - Solarized dark (best)
+# - Solarized light
+# - default dark
+# - default light
+# with a slight optimization for Solarized Dark.
+#
+# How the colors were selected:
+# - Terminal emulators often have an option typically enabled by default that makes
+# bold a different color. It is important to leave this option enabled so that
+# you can access the entire 16-color Solarized palette, and not just 8 colors.
+# - We favor universality over a greater number of colors. So we limit the number
+# of colors so that this theme will work out of the box in all terminals,
+# Solarized or not, dark or light.
+# - We choose to have the following category of files:
+# NORMAL & FILE, DIR, LINK, EXEC and
+# editable text including source, unimportant text, binary docs & multimedia source
+# files, viewable multimedia, archived/compressed, and unimportant non-text
+# - For uniqueness, we stay away from the Solarized foreground colors are -- either
+# base00 (brightyellow) or base0 (brighblue). However, they can be used if
+# you know what the bg/fg colors of your terminal are, in order to optimize the display.
+# - 3 different options are provided: universal, solarized dark, and solarized light.
+# The only difference between the universal scheme and one that's optimized for
+# dark/light is the color of "unimportant" files, which should blend more with the
+# background
+# - We note that blue is the hardest color to see on dark bg and yellow is the hardest
+# color to see on light bg (with blue being particularly bad). So we choose yellow
+# for multimedia files which are usually accessed in a GUI folder browser anyway.
+# And blue is kept for custom use of this scheme's user.
+# - See table below to see the assignments.
+
+
+# Insatllation instructions:
+# This file goes in the /etc directory, and must be world readable.
+# You can copy this file to .dir_colors in your $HOME directory to override
+# the system defaults.
+
+# COLOR needs one of these arguments: 'tty' colorizes output to ttys, but not
+# pipes. 'all' adds color characters to all output. 'none' shuts colorization
+# off.
+COLOR tty
+
+# Below, there should be one TERM entry for each termtype that is colorizable
+TERM ansi
+TERM color_xterm
+TERM color-xterm
+TERM con132x25
+TERM con132x30
+TERM con132x43
+TERM con132x60
+TERM con80x25
+TERM con80x28
+TERM con80x30
+TERM con80x43
+TERM con80x50
+TERM con80x60
+TERM cons25
+TERM console
+TERM cygwin
+TERM dtterm
+TERM Eterm
+TERM eterm-color
+TERM gnome
+TERM gnome-256color
+TERM jfbterm
+TERM konsole
+TERM kterm
+TERM linux
+TERM linux-c
+TERM mach-color
+TERM mlterm
+TERM nxterm
+TERM putty
+TERM rxvt
+TERM rxvt-256color
+TERM rxvt-cygwin
+TERM rxvt-cygwin-native
+TERM rxvt-unicode
+TERM rxvt-unicode256
+TERM rxvt-unicode-256color
+TERM screen
+TERM screen-256color
+TERM screen-256color-bce
+TERM screen-bce
+TERM screen.linux
+TERM screen-w
+TERM vt100
+TERM xterm
+TERM xterm-new
+TERM xterm-16color
+TERM xterm-256color
+TERM xterm-88color
+TERM xterm-color
+TERM xterm-debian
+
+# EIGHTBIT, followed by '1' for on, '0' for off. (8-bit output)
+EIGHTBIT 1
+
+#############################################################################
+# Below are the color init strings for the basic file types. A color init
+# string consists of one or more of the following numeric codes:
+#
+# Attribute codes:
+# 00=none 01=bold 04=underscore 05=blink 07=reverse 08=concealed
+# Text color codes:
+# 30=black 31=red 32=green 33=yellow 34=blue 35=magenta 36=cyan 37=white
+# Background color codes:
+# 40=black 41=red 42=green 43=yellow 44=blue 45=magenta 46=cyan 47=white
+#
+# NOTES:
+# - See http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/wdnut/excerpt/color_names.html
+# - Color combinations
+# ANSI Color code Solarized Notes Universal SolDark SolLight
+# ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~
+# 00 none NORMAL, FILE <SAME> <SAME>
+# 30 black base02
+# 01;30 bright black base03 bg of SolDark
+# 31 red red docs & mm src <SAME> <SAME>
+# 01;31 bright red orange EXEC <SAME> <SAME>
+# 32 green green editable text <SAME> <SAME>
+# 01;32 bright green base01 unimportant text <SAME>
+# 33 yellow yellow unclear in light bg multimedia <SAME> <SAME>
+# 01;33 bright yellow base00 fg of SolLight unimportant non-text
+# 34 blue blue unclear in dark bg user customized <SAME> <SAME>
+# 01;34 bright blue base0 fg in SolDark unimportant text
+# 35 magenta magenta LINK <SAME> <SAME>
+# 01;35 bright magenta violet archive/compressed <SAME> <SAME>
+# 36 cyan cyan DIR <SAME> <SAME>
+# 01;36 bright cyan base1 unimportant non-text <SAME>
+# 37 white base2
+# 01;37 bright white base3 bg in SolLight
+# 05;37;41 unclear in Putty dark
+
+
+### By file type
+
+# global default
+NORMAL 00
+# normal file
+FILE 00
+# directory
+DIR 36
+# symbolic link
+LINK 35
+
+# pipe, socket, block device, character device (blue bg)
+FIFO 30;44
+SOCK 35;44
+DOOR 35;44 # Solaris 2.5 and later
+BLK 33;44
+CHR 37;44
+
+
+#############################################################################
+### By file attributes
+
+# Orphaned symlinks (blinking white on red)
+# Blink may or may not work (works on iTerm dark or light, and Putty dark)
+ORPHAN 05;37;41
+# ... and the files that orphaned symlinks point to (blinking white on red)
+MISSING 05;37;41
+
+# files with execute permission
+EXEC 01;31 # Unix
+.cmd 01;31 # Win
+.exe 01;31 # Win
+.com 01;31 # Win
+.bat 01;31 # Win
+.reg 01;31 # Win
+.app 01;31 # OSX
+
+#############################################################################
+### By extension
+
+# List any file extensions like '.gz' or '.tar' that you would like ls
+# to colorize below. Put the extension, a space, and the color init string.
+# (and any comments you want to add after a '#')
+
+### Text formats
+
+# Text that we can edit with a regular editor
+.txt 32
+.org 32
+.md 32
+.mkd 32
+
+# Source text
+.h 32
+.c 32
+.C 32
+.cc 32
+.cpp 32
+.cxx 32
+.objc 32
+.sh 32
+.csh 32
+.zsh 32
+.el 32
+.vim 32
+.java 32
+.pl 32
+.pm 32
+.py 32
+.rb 32
+.hs 32
+.php 32
+.htm 32
+.html 32
+.shtml 32
+.xml 32
+.rdf 32
+.css 32
+.js 32
+.man 32
+.0 32
+.1 32
+.2 32
+.3 32
+.4 32
+.5 32
+.6 32
+.7 32
+.8 32
+.9 32
+.l 32
+.n 32
+.p 32
+.pod 32
+.tex 32
+
+### Multimedia formats
+
+# Image
+.bmp 33
+.cgm 33
+.dl 33
+.dvi 33
+.emf 33
+.eps 33
+.gif 33
+.jpeg 33
+.jpg 33
+.JPG 33
+.mng 33
+.pbm 33
+.pcx 33
+.pdf 33
+.pgm 33
+.png 33
+.ppm 33
+.pps 33
+.ppsx 33
+.ps 33
+.svg 33
+.svgz 33
+.tga 33
+.tif 33
+.tiff 33
+.xbm 33
+.xcf 33
+.xpm 33
+.xwd 33
+.xwd 33
+.yuv 33
+
+# Audio
+.aac 33
+.au 33
+.flac 33
+.mid 33
+.midi 33
+.mka 33
+.mp3 33
+.mpa 33
+.mpeg 33
+.mpg 33
+.ogg 33
+.ra 33
+.wav 33
+
+# Video
+.anx 33
+.asf 33
+.avi 33
+.axv 33
+.flc 33
+.fli 33
+.flv 33
+.gl 33
+.m2v 33
+.m4v 33
+.mkv 33
+.mov 33
+.mp4 33
+.mp4v 33
+.mpeg 33
+.mpg 33
+.nuv 33
+.ogm 33
+.ogv 33
+.ogx 33
+.qt 33
+.rm 33
+.rmvb 33
+.swf 33
+.vob 33
+.wmv 33
+
+### Misc
+
+# Binary document formats and multimedia source
+.doc 31
+.docx 31
+.rtf 31
+.dot 31
+.dotx 31
+.xls 31
+.xlsx 31
+.ppt 31
+.pptx 31
+.fla 31
+.psd 31
+
+# Archives, compressed
+.7z 1;35
+.apk 1;35
+.arj 1;35
+.bin 1;35
+.bz 1;35
+.bz2 1;35
+.cab 1;35 # Win
+.deb 1;35
+.dmg 1;35 # OSX
+.gem 1;35
+.gz 1;35
+.iso 1;35
+.jar 1;35
+.msi 1;35 # Win
+.rar 1;35
+.rpm 1;35
+.tar 1;35
+.tbz 1;35
+.tbz2 1;35
+.tgz 1;35
+.tx 1;35
+.war 1;35
+.xpi 1;35
+.xz 1;35
+.z 1;35
+.Z 1;35
+.zip 1;35
+
+# For testing
+.ANSI-30-black 30
+.ANSI-01;30-brblack 01;30
+.ANSI-31-red 31
+.ANSI-01;31-brred 01;31
+.ANSI-32-green 32
+.ANSI-01;32-brgreen 01;32
+.ANSI-33-yellow 33
+.ANSI-01;33-bryellow 01;33
+.ANSI-34-blue 34
+.ANSI-01;34-brblue 01;34
+.ANSI-35-magenta 35
+.ANSI-01;35-brmagenta 01;35
+.ANSI-36-cyan 36
+.ANSI-01;36-brcyan 01;36
+.ANSI-37-white 37
+.ANSI-01;37-brwhite 01;37
+
+#############################################################################
+# Your customizations
+
+# Unimportant text files
+# For universal scheme, use brightgreen 01;32
+# For optimal on light bg (but too prominent on dark bg), use white 01;34
+.log 01;32
+*~ 01;32
+*# 01;32
+#.log 01;34
+#*~ 01;34
+#*# 01;34
+
+# Unimportant non-text files
+# For universal scheme, use brightcyan 01;36
+# For optimal on dark bg (but too prominent on light bg), change to 01;33
+#.bak 01;36
+#.BAK 01;36
+#.old 01;36
+#.OLD 01;36
+#.org_archive 01;36
+#.off 01;36
+#.OFF 01;36
+#.dist 01;36
+#.DIST 01;36
+#.orig 01;36
+#.ORIG 01;36
+#.swp 01;36
+#.swo 01;36
+#*,v 01;36
+.bak 01;33
+.BAK 01;33
+.old 01;33
+.OLD 01;33
+.org_archive 01;33
+.off 01;33
+.OFF 01;33
+.dist 01;33
+.DIST 01;33
+.orig 01;33
+.ORIG 01;33
+.swp 01;33
+.swo 01;33
+*,v 01;33
+
+# The brightmagenta (Solarized: purple) color is free for you to use for your
+# custom file type
+.gpg 34
+.gpg 34
+.pgp 34
+.asc 34
+.3des 34
+.aes 34
+.enc 34