Application Security Testing: An Integral Part of DevOps
It is provided as is, and no liability is assumed by the author for any problems it may cause. It appears to work fine :)
SetColorA Win32 console-mode app that allows the user to set the color of following output text. This is somewhat better than the COLOR batch command, which forces the entire console window to change color.
Handy for colorizing batch scripts, and signalling error conditions.
- SetColor.cpp - source code for setcolor utility.
- SetColor.exe - setcolor utility
UsageThe app is called with a two-character parameter.
setcolor <foregroundcolor><backgroundcolor>The parameter is:
- 0 Black
- 1 Blue
- 2 Red
- 3 Magenta
- 4 Green
- 5 Cyan
- 6 Yellow
- 7 Gray
- 8 Dark Gray
- 9 Bright Blue
- a Bright Red
- b Bright Magenta
- c Bright Green
- d Bright Cyan
- e Bright Yellow
- f Bright White
c:/>setcolor fa- all text output following the command will appear in bright white on a red background.
c:/>setcolor D0- all text output will be in bright cyan, on a black background.
Compilation notesDoes not use the Microsoft C runtime library for space reasons. Imports kernel32.lib ONLY (ignores default libraries); compiled with minimize size, function level linking, debug output as map-file only, release mode turned on. Linker was set to use 32 byte alignment for size reasons [see notes]; compiled executable is 2Kb long.
NotesMay not work as-is on Windows 98; will work fine on Windows 2000/Windows NT4.0. This is because it was compiled with an alignment setting of 32 to minimize the size of the final application.
DownloadsDownload demo project - 1 Kb
Download source - 2 Kb