Bat – A Cat Clone With Syntax Highlighting And Git Integration

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5 Responses

  1. Tom says:

    you guys have lost any credibility. Stop copying from other sites, this time from

    It’s called plagiarism.

    • sk says:

      >> It’s called plagiarism.

      LOL. I stumbled upon this utility on Reddit and referred further details on the project’s GtiHub page.

      FYI, I have been blogging since 2012 and have many years experience on Linux. I don’t need to copy contents from other sites. To be honest, I don’t even know LinuxLinks site exists.

    • Michael says:

      Wait, what? So just because this article uses the bat project logo (like the LinuxLinks post did) that’s plagiarism? Did you read the LinuxLinks post and this post before writing that? I think you just might have been the one to lose credibility. No, there’s no plagiarism here on anyone’s part.

      I’m glad to have seen this article. I would never have read LinuxLinks, nor Reddit, so I’m glad to see a post about it here.

  2. Harish says:

    Thank you! It is an awesome utility to view the source code. Sometimes using vim/gvim/sublime can be tiring. And cat doesn’t have syntax highlighting. I like how they have syntax highlighting and stuff. Line numbers are also great gifts.

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