color coding of build failure line

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color coding of build failure line

Like to request an enhancement to the reporting of failure message for builds. This applies to both email messages and the console output[raw]. When there are multiple builds in one Hudson project, it becomes difficult to scan through the whole message log and locate the error. If this is color coded, it will be easier for the recepient to locate the error.

In the following example log below, I am referring to the line
make[1]: *** [abcd] Error 1

-------------- log -------------------------------------
[views] $ /usr/local/bin/perl /tmp/
[locks-and-latches] Releasing all the locks
[locks-and-latches] All the locks released
Archiving artifacts
Recording fingerprints
[WARNINGS] Parsing warnings in console log...
[WARNINGS] Found 2024 annotations (4 new, 0 high, 2024 normal, 0 low)
[WARNINGS] Not changing build status, since no threshold has been exceeded
Checking console output
make[1]: *** [abcd] Error 1
Email was triggered for: Failure
There are 1 triggered emails.
Sending email for trigger: Failure
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