Add option to have LINQPad allocate a console for the current script


I'm building out an asp.net core spa app in a linqpad script and I have everything hooked up correctly and runs fine. Running the script launches npm to serve the client code. However doing so, it creates an unsightly console window that remains open for as long as I'm running the script.

All IO is redirected from that process anyway from the SPA services so you don't really interact with it. Could this window be suppressed somehow, similar to how it is not created when running the app through vscode?


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