I realized, that when I start a single SpecFlow test from the Test-Explorer in Visual Studio, the test will be correctly executed, but after the test ends it looks like all the SpecFlow tests run in the background. I noticed this because I control some electromechanical relays in my test and they are toggling after the test ends but this is not the point, you can check this behavior if you append some text in a temp file during your tests as well: the test you start writes in the file, the tests you did not start also. I am using Visual Studio 2019, I created a SpecFlow test project for the MSTEST unit test provider targetting dotnet Framework 4.8 using the extension. Is there a way to not have this behavior?
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