A cat(1) clone with syntax highlighting and Git integration.

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bat - a cat clone with wings
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A cat(1) clone with syntax highlighting and Git integration.

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Syntax highlighting

bat supports syntax highlighting for a large number of programming and markup languages:

Syntax highlighting example

Git integration

bat communicates with git to show modifications with respect to the index (see left side bar):

Git integration example

Show non-printable characters

You can use the -A/--show-all option to show and highlight non-printable characters:

Non-printable character example

Automatic paging

By default, bat pipes its own output to a pager (e.g less) if the output is too large for one screen. If you would rather bat work like cat all the time (never page output), you can set --paging=never as an option, either on the command line or in your configuration file. If you intend to alias cat to bat in your shell configuration, you can use alias cat='bat --paging=never' to preserve the default behavior.

File concatenation

Even with a pager set, you can still use bat to concatenate files 😉 . Whenever bat detects a non-interactive terminal (i.e. when you pipe into another process or into a file), bat will act as a drop-in replacement for cat and fall back to printing the plain file contents, regardless of the --pager option's value.

How to use

Display a single file on the terminal

> bat README.md

Display multiple files at once

> bat src/*.rs

Read from stdin, determine the syntax automatically (note, highlighting will only work if the syntax can be determined from the first line of the file, usually through a shebang such as #!/bin/sh)

> curl -s https://sh.rustup.rs | bat

Read from stdin, specify the language explicitly

> yaml2json .travis.yml | json_pp | bat -l json

Show and highlight non-printable characters:

> bat -A /etc/hosts

Use it as a cat replacement:

bat > note.md  # quickly create a new file

bat header.md content.md footer.md > document.md

bat -n main.rs  # show line numbers (only)

bat f - g  # output 'f', then stdin, then 'g'.

Integration with other tools

fzf

You can use bat as a previewer for fzf. To do this, use bats --color=always option to force colorized output. You can also use --line-range option to restrict the load times for long files:

fzf --preview 'bat --color=always --style=numbers --line-range=:500 {}'

For more information, see fzfs README.

find or fd

You can use the -exec option of find to preview all search results with bat:

find … -exec bat {} +

If you happen to use fd, you can use the -X/--exec-batch option to do the same:

fd … -X bat

ripgrep

With batgrep, bat can be used as the printer for ripgrep search results.

batgrep needle src/

tail -f

bat can be combined with tail -f to continuously monitor a given file with syntax highlighting.

tail -f /var/log/pacman.log | bat --paging=never -l log

Note that we have to switch off paging in order for this to work. We have also specified the syntax explicitly (-l log), as it can not be auto-detected in this case.

git

You can combine bat with git show to view an older version of a given file with proper syntax highlighting:

git show v0.6.0:src/main.rs | bat -l rs

git diff

You can combine bat with git diff to view lines around code changes with proper syntax highlighting:

batdiff() {
    git diff --name-only --diff-filter=d | xargs bat --diff
}

If you prefer to use this as a separate tool, check out batdiff in bat-extras.

If you are looking for more support for git and diff operations, check out delta.

xclip

The line numbers and Git modification markers in the output of bat can make it hard to copy the contents of a file. To prevent this, you can call bat with the -p/--plain option or simply pipe the output into xclip:

bat main.cpp | xclip

bat will detect that the output is being redirected and print the plain file contents.

man

bat can be used as a colorizing pager for man, by setting the MANPAGER environment variable:

export MANPAGER="sh -c 'col -bx | bat -l man -p'"
man 2 select

(replace bat by batcat if you are on Debian or Ubuntu)

It might also be necessary to set MANROFFOPT="-c" if you experience formatting problems.

If you prefer to have this bundled in a new command, you can also use batman.

Note that the Manpage syntax is developed in this repository and still needs some work.

Also, note that this will not work with Mandocs man implementation.

prettier / shfmt / rustfmt

The prettybat script is a wrapper that will format code and print it with bat.

Installation

Packaging status

On Ubuntu (using apt)

... and other Debian-based Linux distributions.

bat is making its way through the Ubuntu and Debian package release process, and is available for Ubuntu as of Eoan 19.10. On Debian bat is currently only available on the unstable "Sid" branch.

If your Ubuntu/Debian installation is new enough you can simply run:

apt install bat

Important: If you install bat this way, please note that the executable may be installed as batcat instead of bat (due to a name clash with another package). You can set up a bat -> batcat symlink or alias to prevent any issues that may come up because of this and to be consistent with other distributions:

mkdir -p ~/.local/bin
ln -s /usr/bin/batcat ~/.local/bin/bat

On Ubuntu (using most recent .deb packages)

... and other Debian-based Linux distributions.

If the package has not yet been promoted to your Ubuntu/Debian installation, or you want the most recent release of bat, download the latest .deb package from the release page and install it via:

sudo dpkg -i bat_0.18.1_amd64.deb  # adapt version number and architecture

On Alpine Linux

You can install the bat package from the official sources, provided you have the appropriate repository enabled:

apk add bat

On Arch Linux

You can install the bat package from the official sources:

pacman -S bat

On Fedora

You can install the bat package from the official Fedora Modular repository.

dnf install bat

On Gentoo Linux

You can install the bat package from the official sources:

emerge sys-apps/bat

On Void Linux

You can install bat via xbps-install:

xbps-install -S bat

On Termux

You can install bat via pkg:

pkg install bat

On FreeBSD

You can install a precompiled bat package with pkg:

pkg install bat

or build it on your own from the FreeBSD ports:

cd /usr/ports/textproc/bat
make install

Via nix

You can install bat using the nix package manager:

nix-env -i bat

On openSUSE

You can install bat with zypper:

zypper install bat

Via snap package

There is currently no recommended snap package available. Existing packages may be available, but are not officially supported and may contain issues.

On macOS (or Linux) via Homebrew

You can install bat with Homebrew on MacOS or Homebrew on Linux:

brew install bat

On macOS via MacPorts

Or install bat with MacPorts:

port install bat

On Windows

There are a few options to install bat on Windows. Once you have installed bat, take a look at the "Using bat on Windows" section.

Prerequisites

You will need to install the Visual C++ Redistributable package.

With Chocolatey

You can install bat via Chocolatey:

choco install bat

With Scoop

You can install bat via scoop:

scoop install bat

From prebuilt binaries:

You can download prebuilt binaries from the Release page,

You will need to install the Visual C++ Redistributable package.

From binaries

Check out the Release page for prebuilt versions of bat for many different architectures. Statically-linked binaries are also available: look for archives with musl in the file name.

From source

If you want to build bat from source, you need Rust 1.45 or higher. You can then use cargo to build everything:

cargo install --locked bat

Note that additional files like the man page or shell completion files can not be installed in this way. They will be generated by cargo and should be available in the cargo target folder (under build).

Customization

Highlighting theme

Use bat --list-themes to get a list of all available themes for syntax highlighting. To select the TwoDark theme, call bat with the --theme=TwoDark option or set the BAT_THEME environment variable to TwoDark. Use export BAT_THEME="TwoDark" in your shell's startup file to make the change permanent. Alternatively, use bats configuration file.

If you want to preview the different themes on a custom file, you can use the following command (you need fzf for this):

bat --list-themes | fzf --preview="bat --theme={} --color=always /path/to/file"

bat looks good on a dark background by default. However, if your terminal uses a light background, some themes like GitHub or OneHalfLight will work better for you. You can also use a custom theme by following the 'Adding new themes' section below.

8-bit themes

bat has three themes that always use 8-bit colors, even when truecolor support is available:

  • ansi looks decent on any terminal. It uses 3-bit colors: black, red, green, yellow, blue, magenta, cyan, and white.
  • base16 is designed for base16 terminal themes. It uses 4-bit colors (3-bit colors plus bright variants) in accordance with the base16 styling guidelines.
  • base16-256 is designed for base16-shell. It replaces certain bright colors with 8-bit colors from 16 to 21. Do not use this simply because you have a 256-color terminal but are not using base16-shell.

Although these themes are more restricted, they have two advantages over truecolor themes:

  • They harmonize better with other terminal software using 3-bit or 4-bit colors.
  • When you change your terminal theme, bat output already on the screen will update to match.

Output style

You can use the --style option to control the appearance of bats output. You can use --style=numbers,changes, for example, to show only Git changes and line numbers but no grid and no file header. Set the BAT_STYLE environment variable to make these changes permanent or use bats configuration file.

Adding new syntaxes / language definitions

Should you find that a particular syntax is not available within bat, you can follow these instructions to easily add new syntaxes to your current bat installation.

bat uses the excellent syntect library for syntax highlighting. syntect can read any Sublime Text .sublime-syntax file and theme.

A good resource for finding Sublime Syntax packages is Package Control. Once you found a syntax:

  1. Create a folder with syntax definition files:

    mkdir -p "$(bat --config-dir)/syntaxes"
    cd "$(bat --config-dir)/syntaxes"
    
    # Put new '.sublime-syntax' language definition files
    # in this folder (or its subdirectories), for example:
    git clone https://github.com/tellnobody1/sublime-purescript-syntax
  2. Now use the following command to parse these files into a binary cache:

    bat cache --build
  3. Finally, use bat --list-languages to check if the new languages are available.

    If you ever want to go back to the default settings, call:

    bat cache --clear
  4. If you think that a specific syntax should be included in bat by default, please consider opening a "syntax request" ticket after reading the policies and instructions here: Open Syntax Request.

Adding new themes

This works very similar to how we add new syntax definitions.

First, create a folder with the new syntax highlighting themes:

mkdir -p "$(bat --config-dir)/themes"
cd "$(bat --config-dir)/themes"

# Download a theme in '.tmTheme' format, for example:
git clone https://github.com/greggb/sublime-snazzy

# Update the binary cache
bat cache --build

Finally, use bat --list-themes to check if the new themes are available.

Adding or changing file type associations

You can add new (or change existing) file name patterns using the --map-syntax command line option. The option takes an argument of the form pattern:syntax where pattern is a glob pattern that is matched against the file name and the absolute file path. The syntax part is the full name of a supported language (use bat --list-languages for an overview).

Note: You probably want to use this option as an entry in bats configuration file instead of passing it on the command line (see below).

Example: To use "INI" syntax highlighting for all files with a .conf file extension, use

--map-syntax='*.conf:INI'

Example: To open all files called .ignore (exact match) with the "Git Ignore" syntax, use:

--map-syntax='.ignore:Git Ignore'

Example: To open all .conf files in subfolders of /etc/apache2 with the "Apache Conf" syntax, use (this mapping is already built in):

--map-syntax='/etc/apache2/**/*.conf:Apache Conf'

Using a different pager

bat uses the pager that is specified in the PAGER environment variable. If this variable is not set, less is used by default. If you want to use a different pager, you can either modify the PAGER variable or set the BAT_PAGER environment variable to override what is specified in PAGER.

If you want to pass command-line arguments to the pager, you can also set them via the PAGER/BAT_PAGER variables:

export BAT_PAGER="less -RF"

Instead of using environment variables, you can also use bats configuration file to configure the pager (--pager option).

Note: By default, if the pager is set to less (and no command-line options are specified), bat will pass the following command line options to the pager: -R/--RAW-CONTROL-CHARS, -F/--quit-if-one-screen and -X/--no-init. The last option (-X) is only used for less versions older than 530.

The -R option is needed to interpret ANSI colors correctly. The second option (-F) instructs less to exit immediately if the output size is smaller than the vertical size of the terminal. This is convenient for small files because you do not have to press q to quit the pager. The third option (-X) is needed to fix a bug with the --quit-if-one-screen feature in old versions of less. Unfortunately, it also breaks mouse-wheel support in less.

If you want to enable mouse-wheel scrolling on older versions of less, you can pass just -R (as in the example above, this will disable the quit-if-one-screen feature). For less 530 or newer, it should work out of the box.

Indentation

bat expands tabs to 4 spaces by itself, not relying on the pager. To change this, simply add the --tabs argument with the number of spaces you want to be displayed.

Note: Defining tab stops for the pager (via the --pager argument by bat, or via the LESS environment variable for less) won't be taken into account because the pager will already get expanded spaces instead of tabs. This behaviour is added to avoid indentation issues caused by the sidebar. Calling bat with --tabs=0 will override it and let tabs be consumed by the pager.

Dark mode

If you make use of the dark mode feature in macOS, you might want to configure bat to use a different theme based on the OS theme. The following snippet uses the default theme when in the dark mode and the GitHub theme when in the light mode.

/dev/null && echo default || echo GitHub)" ">
alias cat="bat --theme=\$(defaults read -globalDomain AppleInterfaceStyle &> /dev/null && echo default || echo GitHub)"

Configuration file

bat can also be customized with a configuration file. The location of the file is dependent on your operating system. To get the default path for your system, call

bat --config-file

Alternatively, you can use the BAT_CONFIG_PATH environment variable to point bat to a non-default location of the configuration file:

export BAT_CONFIG_PATH="/path/to/bat.conf"

A default configuration file can be created with the --generate-config-file option.

bat --generate-config-file

Format

The configuration file is a simple list of command line arguments. Use bat --help to see a full list of possible options and values. In addition, you can add comments by prepending a line with the # character.

Example configuration file:

# Set the theme to "TwoDark"
--theme="TwoDark"

# Show line numbers, Git modifications and file header (but no grid)
--style="numbers,changes,header"

# Use italic text on the terminal (not supported on all terminals)
--italic-text=always

# Use C++ syntax for .ino files
--map-syntax "*.ino:C++"

Using bat on Windows

bat mostly works out-of-the-box on Windows, but a few features may need extra configuration.

Prerequisites

You will need to install the Visual C++ Redistributable package.

Paging

Windows only includes a very limited pager in the form of more. You can download a Windows binary for less from its homepage or through Chocolatey. To use it, place the binary in a directory in your PATH or define an environment variable. The Chocolatey package installs less automatically.

Colors

Windows 10 natively supports colors in both conhost.exe (Command Prompt) and PowerShell since v1511, as well as in newer versions of bash. On earlier versions of Windows, you can use Cmder, which includes ConEmu.

Note: The Git and MSYS versions of less do not correctly interpret colors on Windows. If you don’t have any other pagers installed, you can disable paging entirely by passing --paging=never or by setting BAT_PAGER to an empty string.

Cygwin

bat on Windows does not natively support Cygwin's unix-style paths (/cygdrive/*). When passed an absolute cygwin path as an argument, bat will encounter the following error: The system cannot find the path specified. (os error 3)

This can be solved by creating a wrapper or adding the following function to your .bash_profile file:

bat() {
    local index
    local args=("[email protected]")
    for index in $(seq 0 ${#args[@]}) ; do
        case "${args[index]}" in
        -*) continue;;
        *)  [ -e "${args[index]}" ] && args[index]="$(cygpath --windows "${args[index]}")";;
        esac
    done
    command bat "${args[@]}"
}

Troubleshooting

Terminals & colors

bat handles terminals with and without truecolor support. However, the colors in most syntax highlighting themes are not optimized for 8-bit colors. It is therefore strongly recommended that you use a terminal with 24-bit truecolor support (terminator, konsole, iTerm2, ...), or use one of the basic 8-bit themes designed for a restricted set of colors. See this article for more details and a full list of terminals with truecolor support.

Make sure that your truecolor terminal sets the COLORTERM variable to either truecolor or 24bit. Otherwise, bat will not be able to determine whether or not 24-bit escape sequences are supported (and fall back to 8-bit colors).

Line numbers and grid are hardly visible

Please try a different theme (see bat --list-themes for a list). The OneHalfDark and OneHalfLight themes provide grid and line colors that are brighter.

File encodings

bat natively supports UTF-8 as well as UTF-16. For every other file encoding, you may need to convert to UTF-8 first because the encodings can typically not be auto-detected. You can iconv to do so. Example: if you have a PHP file in Latin-1 (ISO-8859-1) encoding, you can call:

iconv -f ISO-8859-1 -t UTF-8 my-file.php | bat

Note: you might have to use the -l/--language option if the syntax can not be auto-detected by bat.

Development

# Recursive clone to retrieve all submodules
git clone --recursive https://github.com/sharkdp/bat

# Build (debug version)
cd bat
cargo build --bins

# Run unit tests and integration tests
cargo test

# Install (release version)
cargo install --path . --locked

# Build a bat binary with modified syntaxes and themes
bash assets/create.sh
cargo install --path . --locked --force

If you want to build an application that uses bats pretty-printing features as a library, check out the the API documentation. Note that you have to use either regex-onig or regex-fancy as a feature when you depend on bat as a library.

Contributing

Take a look at the CONTRIBUTING.md guide.

Maintainers

Project goals and alternatives

bat tries to achieve the following goals:

  • Provide beautiful, advanced syntax highlighting
  • Integrate with Git to show file modifications
  • Be a drop-in replacement for (POSIX) cat
  • Offer a user-friendly command-line interface

There are a lot of alternatives, if you are looking for similar programs. See this document for a comparison.

License

Copyright (c) 2018-2021 bat-developers.

bat is made available under the terms of either the MIT License or the Apache License 2.0, at your option.

See the LICENSE-APACHE and LICENSE-MIT files for license details.

Issues
  • Complete collection of syntax highlighting test files

    Complete collection of syntax highlighting test files

    With all the recent news about Hacktoberfest I thought it would be a good idea to point out good beginner issues that would be actually helpful for bat. In the past years, I have actually experienced Hacktoberfest as a really great event - both as a contributor as well as a maintainer.

    As of recently, bat has a set of syntax highlighting regression tests (see #1124 for more details). The main idea is that we have a large collection of test files for each and every language that bat can highlight. This way, we can make sure that we do not run into issues we had in the past where either (1) syntax highlighting for some language is suddenly not working anymore or (2) bat suddenly crashes/panics for some input (due to incompatibilities in the regex flavors in syntect and Sublime Text).

    In order to add a new test file, you can follow these steps (let's take "Ruby" as an example):

    1. Make sure that you are running the latest version of bat (master or bat 0.16) and that bat is available on the path.
    2. Find an example Ruby source file or write one yourself. If possible, the file should aim to be "comprehensive" (i.e. include a lot of the possible syntax), but this is not strictly necessary. A simple file is better than none at all. Also, the files shouldn't be gigantic.
    3. Save the file in tests/syntax-tests/source/Ruby (adapt for your language). The file name could be test.rb (adapt extension) but can also be adapted if that is necessary in order for bat to highlight it correctly (e.g. Makefile).
    4. If you have copied the file from somewhere else, please make sure that the file may be copied under the respective license and that the license is compatible with bats license. If it requires attribution, please add a LICENSE.md in the same folder with a text like this:
      The `test.rb` file has been added from [enter source here] under the following license: 
      
      [add license text here]
      
    5. Go to tests/syntax-tests and run the update.sh Bash script. A new file should be generated in the highlighted folder (e.g. highlighted/Ruby/test.rb).
    6. Use cat or bat --language=txt to display the content of this file and make sure that the syntax highlighting looks correct.
    7. git add the new files in the source folder as well as the autogenerated files in the highlighted folder.
    8. Commit and submit a PR! Please reference this issue (#1213).

    List of languages / syntaxes:

    • [x] ActionScript
    • [x] Apache Conf
    • [x] AppleScript
    • [x] ARM Assembly
    • [x] AsciiDoc (Asciidoctor)
    • [x] ASP
    • [x] Assembly (x86_64)
    • [x] AWK
    • [x] Batch File
    • [x] BibTeX
    • [x] Bourne Again Shell (bash)
    • [x] C
    • [x] C#
    • [x] C++
    • [x] Cabal
    • [x] Clojure
    • [x] CMake
    • [x] CoffeeScript
    • [x] CpuInfo (/proc/cpuinfo)
    • [x] Crystal
    • [x] CSS
    • [x] CSV
    • [x] D
    • [x] Dart
    • [x] Diff
    • [x] Dockerfile
    • [x] DotENV
    • [x] Elixir
    • [x] Elm
    • [x] Email
    • [x] Erlang
    • [x] F#
    • [x] Fortran
    • [x] Friendly Interactive Shell (fish)
    • [x] fstab
    • [x] Git Attributes
    • [x] Git Config
    • [x] Git Ignore
    • [x] GLSL
    • [x] Go
    • [x] GraphQL
    • [x] Graphviz (DOT)
    • [x] Groovy
    • [x] /etc/group
    • [x] Haskell
    • [x] Highlight non-printables (--show-all)
    • [x] /etc/hosts
    • [x] HTML
    • [x] INI
    • [x] Java
    • [x] Java Server Page (JSP)
    • [x] JavaScript
    • [x] Jinja2
    • [x] JSON
    • [x] jsonnet
    • [x] Julia
    • [x] Kotlin
    • [x] LaTeX
    • [x] Less
    • [x] Lisp
    • [x] Literate Haskell
    • [x] Lua
    • [x] Makefile
    • [x] Manpage
    • [x] Markdown
    • [x] MATLAB
    • [x] MemInfo (/proc/meminfo)
    • [x] NAnt Build File
    • [x] nginx
    • [x] Nim
    • [x] Nix
    • [x] Objective-C
    • [x] Objective-C++
    • [x] OCaml
    • [x] orgmode
    • [x] Pascal
    • [x] /etc/passwd
    • [x] Perl
    • [x] PHP
    • [x] Plain Text
    • [x] PowerShell
    • [x] Protocol Buffer
    • [x] Puppet
    • [x] PureScript
    • [x] Python
    • [x] QML
    • [x] R
    • [x] Rego
    • [x] Regular Expression
    • [x] requirements.txt
    • [x] resolv (/etc/resolv.conf)
    • [x] reStructuredText
    • [x] Robot Framework.
    • [x] Ruby
    • [x] Ruby Haml
    • [x] Ruby on Rails
    • [x] Rust
    • [x] Salt State (SLS)
    • [x] Sass
    • [x] Scala
    • [x] SCSS
    • [x] SML
    • [x] SQL
    • [x] SSH Config
    • [x] SSHD Config
    • [x] Strace
    • [x] Stylus
    • [x] Swift
    • [x] syslog
    • [x] Tcl
    • [x] Terraform
    • [x] TeX
    • [x] Textile
    • [x] TOML
    • [x] TypeScript
    • [x] TypeScriptReact
    • [x] varlink
    • [x] Verilog
    • [x] VimL
    • [x] Vue Component
    • [x] XML
    • [x] YAML

    It would be great if we could focus on the syntaxes in sublimehq/Packages first (marked in bold) as this would allow us to merge #1174 without having to worry (too much) about syntax highlighting regressions. Also, most of these are really popular languages, so it makes sense to have them in the test suite.

    good first issue syntax-highlighting 
    opened by sharkdp 48
  • Bottom border is cut off when pager is active on Windows

    Bottom border is cut off when pager is active on Windows

    What version of bat are you using? bat 0.15.4

    Describe the bug you encountered: It looks like the bottom border bat displays by default is cut off on Windows, when the pager is active, as shown in this screenshot:

    With pager

    image

    Without pager

    image

    I have bat also installed in WSL on Ubuntu 20.04 and this issue isn't present at all, which makes me think there's something wrong with how Windows handles less.

    Describe what you expected to happen? Bottom border not being cut off like on other platforms :)

    How did you install bat? scoop install bat

    EDIT: I'll add my less version for completeness

    less 561 (Spencer V8 regular expressions)
    Copyright (C) 1984-2020  Mark Nudelman
    

    Windows version; Windows 10 2004 (OS Build 19041.329)

    help wanted upstream-error windows 
    opened by brainplot 35
  • Terminal width seems to be unused, resulting in very small output

    Terminal width seems to be unused, resulting in very small output

    What version of bat are you using? bat 0.15.0

    Describe the bug you encountered:

    bat is no longer recognising the terminal width on iTerm2 3.3.9.

    It seems like it is using 44 as the width, while my terminal is wider than 200 characters.

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           │ oston, MA  02110-1301  USA
       6   │  Everyone is permitted to copy and
           │ distribute verbatim copies
       7   │  of this license document, but chan
           │ ging it is not allowed.
       8   │
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      16   │ Licenses are intended to guarantee
           │ your freedom to share and change
      17   │ free software--to make sure the sof
           │ tware is free for all its users.
      18   │
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      24   │   When we speak of free software, w
    

    Describe what you expected to happen?

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           │ File: LICENSE
    ───────┼────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────
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    How did you install bat?

    Through cargo install


    system

    $ uname -srm Darwin 19.3.0 x86_64

    $ sw_vers ProductName: Mac OS X ProductVersion: 10.15.3 BuildVersion: 19D76

    bat

    $ bat --version bat 0.15.0

    $ env

    bat_config

    bat_wrapper

    No wrapper script.

    bat_wrapper_function

    No wrapper function for 'bat'.

    No wrapper function for 'cat'.

    tool

    $ less --version less 487 (POSIX regular expressions)

    bug upstream-error 
    opened by itkovian 31
  • `git log` broken when using bat as pager

    `git log` broken when using bat as pager

    I like using bat as my pager of choice with syntax highlighting! :). Somewhere across the internet I found the command export PAGER='bat --paging=always' to do exactly that.

    Now I realized that my git log did not work anymore (did not show anything) and I found out that it was because of that setting. Setting export PAGER=less and my git log is back.

    Is there a way how to make bat-pager and the git log compatible?

    bug question 
    opened by tbrodbeck 30
  • bat -p Segfaults on macOS Catalina

    bat -p Segfaults on macOS Catalina

    I get the same segfault when installed via Homebrew as well as cargo install bat

     > uname -a
    Darwin Armstrong.localdomain 19.0.0 Darwin Kernel Version 19.0.0: Wed Sep 25 20:18:50 PDT 2019; root:xnu-6153.11.26~2/RELEASE_X86_64 x86_64
    
     > bat --version
    bat 0.12.1
    

    Steps to reproduce:

    bat -p # with any input
    
    Process:               bat [4763]
    Path:                  /Users/USER/*/bat
    Identifier:            bat
    Version:               0
    Code Type:             X86-64 (Native)
    Parent Process:        fish [713]
    Responsible:           alacritty [711]
    User ID:               501
    
    Date/Time:             2019-10-08 11:24:34.261 -0700
    OS Version:            Mac OS X 10.15 (19A583)
    Report Version:        12
    Bridge OS Version:     4.0 (17P572)
    Anonymous UUID:        6CC6A47B-39EF-88AF-67D4-0C1D3FCFDFF0
    
    
    Time Awake Since Boot: 730 seconds
    
    System Integrity Protection: disabled
    
    Crashed Thread:        0  Dispatch queue: com.apple.main-thread
    
    Exception Type:        EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGSEGV)
    Exception Codes:       EXC_I386_GPFLT
    Exception Note:        EXC_CORPSE_NOTIFY
    
    Termination Signal:    Segmentation fault: 11
    Termination Reason:    Namespace SIGNAL, Code 0xb
    Terminating Process:   exc handler [4763]
    
    Application Specific Information:
    dyld2 mode
    
    Thread 0 Crashed:: Dispatch queue: com.apple.main-thread
    0   bat                           	0x00000001017970c2 match_at + 1250
    1   bat                           	0x000000010179d360 onig_search_with_param + 2160
    2   bat                           	0x000000010176d6b1 onig::Regex::search_with_param::h4a2ba9521397b8df + 145
    3   bat                           	0x000000010174cf93 syntect::parsing::parser::ParseState::parse_line::ha082d257fdc53148 + 3411
    4   bat                           	0x0000000101759f0a syntect::easy::HighlightLines::highlight::hc4ee6d0038f87c5c + 42
    5   bat                           	0x000000010170ce3b _$LT$bat..printer..InteractivePrinter$u20$as$u20$bat..printer..Printer$GT$::print_line::hf1d17cfd22dd316e + 971
    6   bat                           	0x00000001016fc43a bat::controller::Controller::run::h6430c3ee59245cfc + 2618
    7   bat                           	0x0000000101711e6f bat::main::h5ed4543155eda5e6 + 8207
    8   bat                           	0x00000001016e2fe6 std::rt::lang_start::_$u7b$$u7b$closure$u7d$$u7d$::h18bdc78d30f51494 + 6
    9   bat                           	0x0000000101938a78 std::panicking::try::do_call::h8ffcb2a43dbb732c + 24
    10  bat                           	0x000000010193f6bf __rust_maybe_catch_panic + 31
    11  bat                           	0x00000001019393ee std::rt::lang_start_internal::ha688fd553625ef6f + 542
    12  bat                           	0x0000000101712b79 main + 41
    13  libdyld.dylib                 	0x00007fff72d5c405 start + 1
    
    Thread 0 crashed with X86 Thread State (64-bit):
      rax: 0x0000000000000000  rbx: 0x0000000000000010  rcx: 0x0000000101adb570  rdx: 0x00007ffeee52f900
      rdi: 0x00007fc704e9ae20  rsi: 0x0000000000000000  rbp: 0x00007ffeee530fb0  rsp: 0x00007ffeee52f900
       r8: 0x00007fc704e9ad30   r9: 0x0000000000000000  r10: 0x00007ffeee532a28  r11: 0x00007ffeee52f900
      r12: 0x00007fc704e9ad30  r13: 0x00007fc704e9ad3a  r14: 0x0000000000000000  r15: 0x00007fc704e9ae20
      rip: 0x00000001017970c2  rfl: 0x0000000000010246  cr2: 0x0000000101be3f48
      
    Logical CPU:     0
    Error Code:      0x00000000
    Trap Number:     13
    
    
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        0x7fff72d9b000 -     0x7fff72db2fff  libsystem_asl.dylib (377.0.1) <30CE9DAF-B1FA-3510-832B-F1CE19933ED7> /usr/lib/system/libsystem_asl.dylib
        0x7fff72db3000 -     0x7fff72db3fff  libsystem_blocks.dylib (74) <E0B8C825-E62B-357E-A2A0-13776F0A0F8C> /usr/lib/system/libsystem_blocks.dylib
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        0x7fff72e3c000 -     0x7fff72e3ffff  libsystem_configuration.dylib (1061.0.2) <56174463-22ED-337F-B0D4-94995DCDB9B7> /usr/lib/system/libsystem_configuration.dylib
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        0x7fff72f59000 -     0x7fff72f62fe7  libsystem_platform.dylib (220) <90E508E4-46D8-33FF-8552-DDAA079977A0> /usr/lib/system/libsystem_platform.dylib
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    bug help wanted upstream-error 
    opened by davidarmstronglewis 30
  • Bat is not showing his interface with GNU screen

    Bat is not showing his interface with GNU screen

    Hi everyone,

    I am having an issue when I use bat with GNU screen. The problem is that I can not see the grid, line numbers, syntax and many other bat features.

    They can see it in the following screen captures:

    • Without using screen
    Screenshot 2019-12-12 at 09 21 05
    • Using screen
    Screenshot 2019-12-12 at 09 21 21

    Maybe is anything related to the type terminal environment value?

    upstream-error 
    opened by jfagoagas 30
  • Mouse wheel support in x-terminals

    Mouse wheel support in x-terminals

    Hi. I've been using "less" for years and it supports the mouse wheel for scrolling up and down the displayed text. Could it also be added to bat ?

    documentation duplicate question 
    opened by tnemeth 28
  • Use Briles/gruvbox .tmTheme files instead of peaceant's port

    Use Briles/gruvbox .tmTheme files instead of peaceant's port

    Closes #1278

    opened by iamalicecarroll 27
  • Default theme compatible with light/dark terminals

    Default theme compatible with light/dark terminals

    Hi! 👋 First of all, thanks for making such a great tool!

    One reason preventing me from using bat much is because there's no theme that's readable on both light and dark terminals. For instance, the default theme shows text as white, which is invisible on a white background.

    I think this might be fairly common use case, as macOS' default terminal theme automatically switches between light/dark as the system theme changes.

    I wonder if there's any plans of making the default theme compatible with both types of terminals? I think one major improvement would be to show text in the default text color, instead of white.

    I'd be happy to help if this would seem reasonable.

    feature-request 
    opened by hoffa 26
  • Default pager breaks colours in Windows Terminal

    Default pager breaks colours in Windows Terminal

    Hi, I've run into a bug in less that effectively breaks bat in the new Windows Terminal. I appreciate that this is not bat's fault, but I'm reporting it here to save other people the investigation time.

    Bug

    When calling bat in PowerShell in Windows Terminal, it breaks subsequent colouring in the terminal and makes it unusable (at least with my colour scheme) until the terminal is relaunched:

    image

    Details

    This occurs for me in PowerShell (7 and 5.1) in Windows Terminal, it does not occur in the old Windows PowerShell application.

    I believe this is due to a bug in version 551 of the less pager, which is installed by default with the bat Chocolatey package. The issue has been fixed in less source, but it's not available via Windows package managers yet.

    Short-term workaround

    I was able to fix the issue by compiling version 554 of less, using the MinGW compilation instructions here.

    Long-term fix

    Wait for a newer version of less to be released via Chocolatey and Scoop.

    What version of bat are you using? bat 0.12.1 and less 551

    How did you install bat? Chocolatey


    Windows 10 1909

    bug upstream-error windows 
    opened by rgwood 24
  • Slowness/choppy with specific Python syntax

    Slowness/choppy with specific Python syntax

    Describe the bug you encountered:

    bat consumes 100% of one cpu and gives choppy output (~3 lines per second on my box) for a specific Python sample. Shell reproducer:

    { echo "foo={"; for i in {1..100}; do echo "                   #'a': '$i',"; done; } | bat --language python
    

    This is sensitive to amount of whitespace within the echo. Adding or removing some might speed it up some, but is still choppy with some other amounts.

    What did you expect to happen instead?

    Normal smooth output.

    How did you install bat?

    git master


    bat version and environment

    Software version

    bat 0.18.1 (35f3127-modified)

    Operating system

    Linux 5.8.0-55-generic

    Command-line

    bat --diagnostic 
    

    Environment variables

    SHELL=/bin/bash
    PAGER=less
    LESS=-iMR
    BAT_PAGER='less -R'
    BAT_CACHE_PATH=<not set>
    BAT_CONFIG_PATH=<not set>
    BAT_OPTS=<not set>
    BAT_STYLE=<not set>
    BAT_TABS=<not set>
    BAT_THEME=Dracula
    XDG_CONFIG_HOME=<not set>
    XDG_CACHE_HOME=<not set>
    COLORTERM=truecolor
    NO_COLOR=<not set>
    MANPAGER=<not set>
    

    Config file

    Could not read contents of '/home/scop/.config/bat/config': No such file or directory (os error 2).

    Compile time information

    • Profile: release
    • Target triple: x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu
    • Family: unix
    • OS: linux
    • Architecture: x86_64
    • Pointer width: 64
    • Endian: little
    • CPU features: fxsr,sse,sse2
    • Host: x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu

    Less version

    > less --version 
    less 551 (GNU regular expressions)
    Copyright (C) 1984-2019  Mark Nudelman
    
    less comes with NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.
    For information about the terms of redistribution,
    see the file named README in the less distribution.
    Home page: http://www.greenwoodsoftware.com/less
    
    bug 
    opened by scop 2
  • Find syntax ignoring known backup/template filename suffixes

    Find syntax ignoring known backup/template filename suffixes

    For example, fall back to foo.extension for foo.extension~, foo.extension.orig, foo.extension.in.in etc.

    Rust newbie alert, likely clumsy/not idiomatic, but appears to work. Critique/guidance very much welcome, for example redundant/repeated conversion between OsStr, Path, and str doesn't seem that clean to me.

    opened by scop 2
  • Add groff syntax

    Add groff syntax

    The syntax is named "Man Page" upstream, but our man page syntax is different, it's for rendered man pages. Rename to Groff and remove .man from extensions.

    I noticed the requirement of >= 10k downloads only after creating this; I personally find it quite useful and hope it can be included even though it has only 1k at the moment.

    I've upstreamed the addition of .8 and .9.

    opened by scop 0
  • Feature:

    Feature: "Backtrace" mode with --line-caret or --line-pointer

    For generating backtraces with e.g. zsh, I currently use a sophisticated awk expression and some zsh internals: https://gist.github.com/zachriggle/9b030a7c767b6429d220e033c027b0be

    I can use bat --line-range $(($line-4)):$(($line+4)) to print out the same data, syntax highlighted, and with a simpler syntax, including line numbers -- but I don't get an arrow pointing at the specific line that caused the fault.

    It would be nice if there was an additional option, e.g. --line-caret or --line-pointer that inserts some padding to all lines and a >>> pointing at any lines specified with --line-caret. Ordering of line-number and caret don't matter, but the output I currently have looks like, e.g.:

    [x] Frame 5:
    22       trap 'trap_err' ERR
    23
    24       function failure_point() {
    25   >>>     false
    26       }
    27
    28       function one() {
    

    A stretch goal here would be to also have a --line-caret-context or similar so that I don't have to specify the specific range, it's just bat --line-caret 100 --line-caret-context 4 /path/to/example.sh to achieve the same effect.

    feature-request 
    opened by zachriggle 1
  • Add bash completion

    Add bash completion

    Closes https://github.com/sharkdp/bat/issues/1010

    This implementation is self contained and does not require https://github.com/scop/bash-completion. If a dependency on it would be ok, adding it would make it possible to clean this up some, and would gain easy support for completing long options separated by = (which this one doesn't currently, and I'd rather not duplicate the code for that). Let me know if that would be desirable and I can adjust this.

    opened by scop 7
  • Bump assets/syntaxes/02_Extra/TypeScript from `a607ddf` to `588c24d`

    Bump assets/syntaxes/02_Extra/TypeScript from `a607ddf` to `588c24d`

    Bumps assets/syntaxes/02_Extra/TypeScript from a607ddf to 588c24d.

    Commits
    • 588c24d Update to TypeScript 4.3.2.
    • fe400e6 Update grammar files.
    • e45e059 Merge pull request #770 from microsoft/undoUpwardsWalking
    • b97a02d Revert a0d393a to avoid potentially loading from C:/
    • 70f8ede Merge pull request #769 from microsoft/4.2-update
    • 3f8d0e5 Update to TypeScript 4.2.2.
    • 6319cc1 Update grammar files.
    • 27c0c0c Merge pull request #767 from borodean/ts-server-cr-lf-fix
    • 85a6565 Bypass the TSServer CRLF bug
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    dependencies needs-work submodules 
    opened by dependabot[bot] 1
  • Support for Fortran

    Support for Fortran

    Syntax highlighting does not work for fortran files.

    syntax-request 
    opened by MathieuDutSik 1
  • Installation on Debian 10 (stable) is working surprisingly fine

    Installation on Debian 10 (stable) is working surprisingly fine

    Hello there,

    according to the documentation, bat is only available for Debian sid.

    Here is how I installed it successfully on Debian 10 / stable:

    Do you think it's worth updating the doc?

    Additionnal informations

    Output of apt

    The output of apt seems fine:

    # apt install ./bat-musl_0.18.1_amd64.deb
    Reading package lists... Done
    Building dependency tree       
    Reading state information... Done
    Note, selecting 'bat-musl' instead of './bat-musl_0.18.1_amd64.deb'
    The following NEW packages will be installed:
      bat-musl
    0 upgraded, 1 newly installed, 0 to remove and 5 not upgraded.
    Need to get 0 B/2,092 kB of archives.
    After this operation, 0 B of additional disk space will be used.
    Get:1 /home/user/Downloads/bat-musl_0.18.1_amd64.deb bat-musl amd64 0.18.1 [2,092 kB]
    Selecting previously unselected package bat-musl.
    (Reading database ... 204437 files and directories currently installed.)
    Preparing to unpack .../bat-musl_0.18.1_amd64.deb ...
    Unpacking bat-musl (0.18.1) ...
    Setting up bat-musl (0.18.1) ...
    Processing triggers for man-db (2.8.5-2) ...
    Scanning processes...                                                                                                                                 
    Scanning linux images...                                                                                                                              
    Running kernel seems to be up-to-date.
    Failed to check for processor microcode upgrades.
    No services need to be restarted.
    No containers need to be restarted.
    No user sessions are running outdated binaries.
    #
    

    Output of bat --diagnostic

    bat version and environment

    bat --diagnostic

    Software version

    bat 0.18.1 (3aea514)

    Operating system

    Linux 4.19.0-16-amd64

    Command-line

    bat --diagnostic 
    

    Environment variables

    SHELL=/bin/bash
    PAGER=<not set>
    LESS=<not set>
    BAT_PAGER=<not set>
    BAT_CACHE_PATH=<not set>
    BAT_CONFIG_PATH=<not set>
    BAT_OPTS=<not set>
    BAT_STYLE=<not set>
    BAT_TABS=<not set>
    BAT_THEME=<not set>
    XDG_CONFIG_HOME=<not set>
    XDG_CACHE_HOME=<not set>
    COLORTERM=truecolor
    NO_COLOR=<not set>
    MANPAGER=<not set>
    

    Config file

    Could not read contents of '/home/user/.config/bat/config': No such file or directory (os error 2).

    Compile time information

    • Profile: release
    • Target triple: x86_64-unknown-linux-musl
    • Family: unix
    • OS: linux
    • Architecture: x86_64
    • Pointer width: 64
    • Endian: little
    • CPU features: fxsr,sse,sse2
    • Host: x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu

    Less version

    > less --version 
    less 487 (GNU regular expressions)
    Copyright (C) 1984-2016  Mark Nudelman
    
    less comes with NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.
    For information about the terms of redistribution,
    see the file named README in the less distribution.
    Homepage: http://www.greenwoodsoftware.com/less
    
    documentation good first issue 
    opened by RoneoOrg 3
  • Add libmagic extension guessing

    Add libmagic extension guessing

    There was a suggestion in #1545 to use libmagic to guess file types.

    Co-authored-by: In-line [email protected]

    opened by hingev 4
  • bat freezes with extreme long lines (compact JSON)

    bat freezes with extreme long lines (compact JSON)

    Hi all

    I noticed that opening long json files makes bat get stuck. For example the unpacked version of this file: data.tar.gz

    What did you expect to happen instead?

    Maybe a warning or no highlighting.

    How did you install bat?

    cargo install -f bat
    

    bat version and environment

    Software version

    bat 0.18.1 ()

    Operating system

    Linux 5.12.2-arch1-1

    Command-line

    bat --diagnostic 
    

    Environment variables

    SHELL=/bin/bash
    PAGER=<not set>
    LESS=<not set>
    BAT_PAGER=<not set>
    BAT_CACHE_PATH=<not set>
    BAT_CONFIG_PATH=<not set>
    BAT_OPTS=<not set>
    BAT_STYLE=<not set>
    BAT_TABS=<not set>
    BAT_THEME=<not set>
    XDG_CONFIG_HOME=<not set>
    XDG_CACHE_HOME=<not set>
    COLORTERM=truecolor
    NO_COLOR=<not set>
    MANPAGER=<not set>
    

    Config file

    Could not read contents of '/home/vp/.config/bat/config': No such file or directory (os error 2).

    Compile time information

    • Profile: release
    • Target triple: x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu
    • Family: unix
    • OS: linux
    • Architecture: x86_64
    • Pointer width: 64
    • Endian: little
    • CPU features: fxsr,sse,sse2
    • Host: x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu

    Less version

    > less --version 
    less 581.2 (PCRE2 regular expressions)
    Copyright (C) 1984-2021  Mark Nudelman
    
    less comes with NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.
    For information about the terms of redistribution,
    see the file named README in the less distribution.
    Home page: https://greenwoodsoftware.com/less
    
    bug 
    opened by dns2utf8 6
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