Rainer Joswig <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
| Reading code is one of the typical activities of software
| developers. If source coloring helps (I think so) to make
| source a bit more readable, then we should have color
| also for the printed version.
Though bear in mind that this a very personal preference
that is not at all universally shared. I, for one, find great
difficulty in reading "colorized" or "font-enhanced" source
code. It's terribly distracting and pulls my eyes away from
the important stuff. Similarly, "unset LS_COLORS" is the very
first thing I add to my "~/.bashrc" on any new Linux login I get.
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