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I am using a Visual Studio project with custom build script/batch file (ala make, ant, etc.).

When the build is run from the command line we have placed colored highlighting on various output lines.

However, when built via Visual Studio (2005 in my case) the output window does not show the color anymore.

Is this possible? I am quite happy to put specific code into the build script if required.


It's now possible in VS 2010

2018年08月16日11分03秒

Jmix90: How specifically? I see no ANIS colors in my VS2010 output window.

2018年08月17日11分03秒

Colored output can be achieved using extensions (ex., visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/…).

2018年08月17日11分03秒

Important information: I have VS2010, not sure if it works with older versions as well.

2018年08月17日11分03秒

This, is really cool ! Thanks a lot, and one upvote for you !

2018年08月17日11分03秒

You're welcome. Apparently, the majority of .NET people are used to pay for small extensions such as VSCommands, I see no other reason why VSColorOutput is not more widespread :-)

2018年08月16日11分03秒

Well I can see another reason : VSCommands is way more advertised. When I looked for coloured build input under VS, I found VSCommands in less than 5 minutes, while I had to do a bit of research to find VSColorOutput. I prefer VSColorOutput though, not only because it's free but because it just does what it says :)

2018年08月16日11分03秒

The current Visual Studio Gallery URL is visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/…

2018年08月16日11分03秒

hmm interesting.. i wonder if its only a vs2010 thing.. thanks

2018年08月16日11分03秒

As I know only Pro version supports it. It is blocked in Free version however :(

2018年08月16日11分03秒

See my answer below for a free alternative

2018年08月16日11分03秒