The regular use of the console (or terminal) is very comfortable for certain tasks, and we almost always look for ways and alternatives to make its use more intuitive. Usually what we do is color the prompt or our favorite text editor to better distinguish the elements.
In the case of Vim, the syntax can be colored in several ways. The classic example is editing the file / etc / vim / vimrc, in which we look for the line:
and we uncomment it. When we access Vim we come across something like this:
But we can change the color scheme and also, we have a resource that allows us to choose between several schemes: Vivify. In Vivify we can choose the scheme we want to download. Once we have selected the one of our preference, we must copy the downloaded file to the folder:
For example, I got one called tango2. To use it, we enter VIM and put:
And it automatically takes this color, which as you can see, is more comfortable to work with:
If you don't work with Vim and you use Nano, you can see these two articles that may be useful:
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