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Enable syntax highlighting and colors in nano

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This Linux tutorial covers syntax highlighting and colors in nano including the system-wide and local nanorc files and the python.nanorc file for a language-specific example. For all code examples and video script see: https://factorpad.com/tech/full-stack/nano-syntax-highlighting.html We use touch to create a .nanorc file and make the -c option the default and point to a python.nanorc file, and edit colors there as an example. We close out with comments about nano versus a full-blown IDE and why we're starting with nano, preferring to introduce another IDE later. We also practice with commands: whatis, nano, ls, clear, mkdir and cp. Also included is our stack which includes: Debian Linux, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Python for data analysis (Pandas, NumPy, SciPy) and presentation tools for the user experience such as Matplotlib, HTML, CSS and JavaScript. For help on this playlist see: https://factorpad.com/tech/full-stack/index.html For more educational resources see: https://factorpad.com Don't lose this valuable resource, subscribe today. Happy Learning!
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sup2069 (2 years ago)
My debian 9 distro has this in */etc/nanorc*: ## To include all existing syntax definitions, you can do: include "/usr/share/nano/*.nanorc"
林哲豪 (2 years ago)
Clear Step and script, thanks.
FactorPad (2 years ago)
Thanks for the note. I'm working on a complete refresh of the FactorPad website and will include the video scripts with the code there. It's coming soon. Look for it within the next month. Thanks! -Paul
Ahmed Elbashiry (2 years ago)
thank u very much

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