Unit Testing from an IDE
Unity and friends are designed to be used from the command line. This makes them incredibly flexible, but sometimes you just want to use them directly from your favorite IDE or editor, right? Well, hopefully the following tips can help you!
Your first step should be to get your tools fully working on the command line. Once you have finished this, you know that all you have left is some proper integration.
These tips have been written from the perspective of using Ceedling because Ceedling provides a consistent API for all of these features... but there is no reason you can't use the same concepts provided to pull in your own custom builds with make, rake, cmake, or whatever you like.