"Marco Shaw [MVP]" wrote:
> You're looking to print out all your log messages to the ISE? Why the
> ISE vs using the PowerShell console? Still even with the console, you
> may want to swap that out with building your own custom PowerShell host.
I like how the ISE works compared to cmd.exe...
- Copy for ISE is Ctrl-C
- Copy for cmd.exe it is Ctrl-space,E,K,select text,Ctrl-space,enter
Selecting multi-line text works in ISE, in cmd.exe it only selects in screen
space which makes multi-line selection almost impossible.
ISE is resizeable by dragging the window edges, cmd.exe is not.
cmd.exe runs out of buffer memory unless you change the properties to max
memory, ISE doesn't appear to have the same problem.
If PowerShell is the future replacement for the DOS Prompt, then it should
have an equivalent to the AllocConsole() command. I just want to know if that
command exists or if it is planned.