I have a set of boost tests. They compile and run fine when started either from command line or from the run/debug buttons of visual studio. I am also able to see all my tests in my test explorer.
When I run them through the Resharper Unit Test Session (or Unit Test Explorer) they don't run and the only output I can see is: Child process exited with exit code "DLL not found"
I know what you're thinking... I'm missing a DLL. :-) Yes, but the problem is that I don't know in what environment and with what command those files are executed and therefore I am unable to even tell which DLL might be missing.
Is there a way to specify command parameters, environment variables and so on to make sure that all is run as it should ? Clearly it's not picking up all the parameters that I have in the projects' debugging configuration.
For the record, I'm running Visual Studio 2015, with boost 1.62.0 with Resharper c++ 2016.3.1