I developed a test step plugin that has a dependency on another .NET DLL that I created. This plugin includes only one test step that inherits from an extended test step class (a class that I created by extending TestStep class). This extended test step class is contained inside the .NET DLL I am referencing. I am adding some screenshots from the package manager below:
Here is the issue: This test step is not shown on the editor even thoughTestPlanner.PluginDevelopment.dll is added to the Dependencies folder. However, I can access to the test step when I copy this .DLL to the Packages folder.
Is something wrong? Or is this an expected behaviour meaning that I should include this .DLL to the Packages folder.