[CentOS-devel] yum-3.2.22 in c5-testing

Manuel Wolfshant wolfy at nobugconsulting.ro
Mon Aug 31 07:57:07 UTC 2009


Akemi Yagi wrote:
> On Sun, Aug 30, 2009 at 4:29 AM, William L.
> Maltby<CentOS4Bill at triad.rr.com> wrote:
>
>   
>> Is the color change someting intentional? I did a --changelog, but
>> nothing appeared, so I presume ther was no change log entry for the
>> update. The package name again appeared in yellow, so it is consistent
>> over two runs.
>>     
>
> Apparently, the -color option is turned on in the latest yum by
> default.  You can disable it by adding a -color=never to the yum
> command.  Or, maybe customize the color by editing config.py. 
always looking for the hard work?
man yum.conf, look for color ! (assuming you have the new yum installed, 
of course)


>  I see
> these lines:
>
>     color_list_installed_older = Option('bold')
>     color_list_installed_newer = Option('bold,yellow')
>     color_list_installed_reinstall = Option('normal')
>     color_list_installed_extra = Option('bold,red')
>
>     color_list_available_upgrade = Option('bold,blue')
>     color_list_available_downgrade = Option('dim,cyan')
>     color_list_available_reinstall = Option('bold,underline,green')
>     color_list_available_install = Option('normal')
>
>     color_update_installed = Option('normal')
>     color_update_local     = Option('bold')
>     color_update_remote    = Option('normal')
>
>     color_search_match = Option('bold')
>
> Akemi
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     Manuel Wolfshant       linux registered user #131416
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  A: Yes.
  >Q: Are you sure?
  >>A: Because it reverses the logical flow of conversation.
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