I have a batch file that among other things sets up the environment and does a build. Both stdout (script output) and stderr (compiler errors) are redirected to separate files. Is it possible for a batch file to forcibly send a given command's output to the console, regardless of redirection on the batch file?
This could be for an important message that should not be redirected. Or more specifically, to put a
color command in the script to set console foreground and background colors, to alert me to not reuse the console for other things (because the environment has been altered). When stdout is redirected,
color will not change the console colors.