The secret of NQunit is the way how it run the tests. He takes from the output folder of the HTML files that were added and run them in a browser. For each of them, he capture the XML that is generated after the test run. The XML that is generated by qunit contains the summary of the test result and can be used to get all the information that are needed. At the end, NQunit will close the browser.
public static IEnumerable<QUnitTest> GetTests(params string filesToTest)
Using this method you can specific all the files you want to test. Don’t worry, when you will start to use NQunit you will see that there is a great sample on NQUnit that is preconfigured.
Hints before you start:
Don’t run the tests from ReSharper, ReSharper don’t run the tests as you expect – because the way how each session of tests runs and access the rest of the output build.
I started to use this NuGet package one year ago and it works great. For more information about this great package: