Miguel said this means buildiing FSharp.Core against the 2.1 profile of Mono but I can't even find that profile yet.
I installed the emulator-only version of MonoDroid and MonoTouch and looked for the binaries for the 2.1 profile in the MonoDroid installation files but can't find them.
OK, I found the platform binaries for these, e.g. they install to
I'll now try building FSharp.Core against these
I have added an experimental build of FSharp.Core for MonoAndroid, see 259fc20
and you get
You can now build and use F# components on MonoAndroid by using the FSharp.Core.dll you get with "make do-2-1" and "make install-2-1".
That's not to say it is easy - you can't do this directly from MonoTouch because you need to have a project file etc. but you can do it if you compile from the command line.
More testing is needed too
Do you have an iPhone or an Android? We can give you the licenses to test on device.
Android. Can you send me an iPad too :-)
Upvote. Please get F# working more fully for iOS.
I have a patch for this, eta soon ...
me too! Android stuff works lovely :),
Xamarin have improved their support in this area enough that iOS apps are now viable.