It seems that the built-in default for many command line utils is to have disabled colors, but distributions use

    aslias foo="foo --color=auto"

in shell profile files (see alias -p output). Why we have built-in defaults that nobody wants to use?

Maybe it's time to say that things like colors are normal and if you don't like it then use --color=never in your shell profile files. It would be also nice to have a global and package independent way to enable/disable colors for command line utils (env.variable or/and config file).
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