However, I did some fiddling with my PATH variable in my bash profile causing the /usr/bin directory to be higher up in the loading order which made the OS X default nano (version 2.0.6, which doesn't support colors) load instead of the local one.
I had installed nano 2.3.2 via Homebrew which puts it in /usr/local/bin, which is fine.
Today’s i Pod refresh came as an odd surprise to some and maybe even a long-awaited update to others.
Now that the i Pod line is finally up-to-date after being dormant for a few years, you might even be considering buying one.
By default, this range is changes between the first non-outgoing parent of any revision in history and the directory state.
This is a fancy way of saying "every outgoing change since the last merge".
I want to use Python2.7 in /usr/bin but "export PATH=/usr/local/bin:$PATH" above forces me to use Python3 in /usr/local/bin), you can add this to .bash_profile instead: alias my="PATH=/usr/local/bin:$PATH" This way you can use both local/custom like so: $ nano $ my nano If you want to default nano to the colorized one, you can also add this to .bash_profile: alias nano="my nano" so that the path doesn't strictly have /usr/local/bin higher up in loading order.Apple didn’t add a 4.7-inch display to the i Pod touch like the i Phone 6 has, and an even worse sign is what didn’t come to the i Pod nano: an i OS 7-inspired redesign.The i Pod nano is still running software that mimics i OS 6 and earlier, with shiny buttons and thicker fonts. I have recently purchased an Arduino Nano 3.0 Clone which came without a bootloader.I am sure there are many other people who are in the same situation as me, and may have freaked out a little bit at first !