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Debug/Trace Messages in VS Package Manager Console shouldn't have red background

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I'm using a powershell script to obfuscate, sign, pack, and publish my project. I can just type ".\publish.ps1" in the Package Manager Console (from Nuget) inside Visual Studio 2013 to complete the task.

Using LibZ as a packing tool, the log messages always have red background, which usually means error inside the console. I hope there is a way to make it appear like normal console output, or just provide a /quiet argument to hide these non-fatal, no-warning messages.

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Closed Apr 23, 2014 at 8:15 PM by Krashan
Fixed in 1.1.0.2

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Krashan wrote Apr 16, 2014 at 8:27 AM

I have to admit it look ugly.
I use stderr stream for logging as it uses non-buffered output and apparently package manager console uses red background for everything in stderr.
I do not really need that so, yes, I can change it in next release.

Krashan wrote Apr 23, 2014 at 8:14 PM

Addressed in 1.1.0.2