0.530 2021-05-24 - introducing File::LsColor::slack_code_to_ls_code. Given a 'slack name', returns the short form of the ls code. 0.520 2021-04-27 - introducing $File::LsColor::IGNORE_CASE variable. If set, case is ignored for file extensions. 0.506 2019-04-15 - No functional changes. - add meta 'provides' field for kwalitee. 0.504 2019-04-08 - bin/ls_color now properly splits a line and adds back the input field separator. Added some advanced examples to the docs. 0.501 2019-04-04 - bin/ls_color now accepts a --key option similar to sort(1). The input field separator can be set as well. Useful to colorize filenames that can be aligned in columns other than the first; see examples section. 0.500 2019-03-24 - Fix character device indicator to be cd, not ca 0.499 2019-03-22 - introducing $File::LsColor::NO_STAT variable. If set, no stat() will be made. This can be desired if the filenames aren't real files, or for performance reasons. 0.498 2019-03-17 - fix bug in can_ls_color() that made the function return undef when it shouldn't 0.495 2019-03-11 - if LS_COLORS env var is unset, use the default gnu specification from dircolors. 0.492 2019-03-09 - properly support dircolors keys with a wildcard and no extension, for example *MANIFEST, *README - can_ls_color() can now accept whitespace padded queries as well as both a naked extension and a full filname, e.g perl_is_best.pm - now properly support the following file attributes: * symlink * executable * directories * sockets * named pipes * block devices * character special files keep in mind that since a stat() needs to take place, this will only work with resolvable paths to real files. - the GNU default dircolors have been updated.