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When running NUnit tests on Windows in 4.0.13, it gets an internal error about not being able to find one of the nunit dlls or something.
It builds fine, though... I just can't run the unit tests anymore.
I thought this only happened after updating to 4.0.13, so I downgraded to 4.0.12 but I still get the error:
Maybe I was running 4.0.10 when it worked?
When I upgraded to 4.0.13 (build 38), I was suddenly no longer able to build C# projects that reference the nunit DLLs. I got errors suggesting that I was missing a reference or assembly, when the nunit.framework dll was included.
The exact same project builds cleanly on Xamarin 4.0.12 (build 3).
Needless to say, it is impossible for me to continue developing my project using 4.0.13.
A workaround would be to turn off the msbuild engine in the project options - or - reference the nunit dlls directly (AddIns/NUnit/nunit.framework.dll).