This is the Windows app named LSD whose latest release can be downloaded as 0.20.1.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Wine is a way to run Windows software on Linux, but with no Windows required. Wine is an open-source Windows compatibility layer that can run Windows programs directly on any Linux desktop. Essentially, Wine is trying to re-implement enough of Windows from scratch so that it can run all those Windows applications without actually needing Windows.
This project is heavily inspired by the super colorls project but with some little differences. For example it is written in rust and not in ruby which makes it much faster. Install the patched fonts of powerline nerd-font and/or font-awesome. Have a look at the Nerd Font README for more installation instructions. Don't forget to setup your terminal in order to use the correct font. lsd can be configured with a configuration file to set the default options. On non-Windows systems lsd follows the XDG Base Directory Specification convention for the location of the configuration file. The configuration dir lsd uses is itself named lsd. On Windows systems lsd only looks for the config.yaml files in one location. You can also provide a configuration file from a non standard location.
- lsd can be configured with a theme file to set the colors
- Theme can be configured in the configuration file(color.theme)
- Theme file use the crossterm configure the colors
- Color value would ignore case, both lowercase and uppercase is supported
- Enable nerd fonts for your terminal
- In the future the possibility to customize the colors might be implemented
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