I'm sure there's a simple solution to this problem. I've got a two module project, Module A and Module B. In Module A, I have a test source directory and I can run all of my JUnit Tests in that directory just fine. The JUnit tests inherit Module A's JDK and classpath.
However, when I run ModuleA itself, I get logging output. It looks in the Working directory and finds my logging.properties file and poof ... logging. But when I run a test of a class in Module A, again using the same classpath, no logging ... can't find my logging.properties file.
I've even gone so far as to add the exact directory where this file resides back into ModuleA's classpath. Still no dice.
How can I get com.intellij.rt.execution.junit2.JUnitStarter to find my properties files? What's the trick?