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colormake - color wrapper for make(1)
colormake [ --short ] ...
colormake acts as a wrapper around make(1) to ease reading the output by colorizing it.
The --short option instructs colormake to truncate lines so they do not wrap. All other
options will be passed unmodified to 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
Colormake is also available using the alternate names which enable piping through less
(clmake), truncated output so lines do not wrap (colormake-short), or both (clmake-short).
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