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Doesn't seem to work on the new Xamarin version (alpha) #35

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jsucupira opened this Issue Jan 12, 2015 · 9 comments

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jsucupira commented Jan 12, 2015

I am getting the following exception:
System.MissingMethodException: Method not found: 'Foundation.NSString.StringSize'.

The xamarin version that I am running is the latest that supports Unified API with 64-bit Support for iOS and Mac.

Maybe this is the issue? http://forums.xamarin.com/discussion/29448/alpha-chan-no-longer-building-project-after-switching-to-alpha

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Sankra Jan 12, 2015

I also have this problem in Stable. Should be fixed now that Xamarin.iOS v 8.6 has hit the Stable channel.

Sankra commented Jan 12, 2015

I also have this problem in Stable. Should be fixed now that Xamarin.iOS v 8.6 has hit the Stable channel.

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Only a recompilation and reup is needed. @jsucupira if you need this to work now, just remove the component versio, download the BTProgressHUD project and add it your own solution. This fixes the problem.

Sankra commented Jan 12, 2015

Only a recompilation and reup is needed. @jsucupira if you need this to work now, just remove the component versio, download the BTProgressHUD project and add it your own solution. This fixes the problem.

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Thanks folks - it's possible that the version on the component store was out of date. Xamarin have JUST released it (about an hour ago), so maybe up date? If not, I'll fix and get a new build in. @Sankra @jsucupira

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nicwise commented Jan 12, 2015

Thanks folks - it's possible that the version on the component store was out of date. Xamarin have JUST released it (about an hour ago), so maybe up date? If not, I'll fix and get a new build in. @Sankra @jsucupira

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Hi, I just tried it with v1.15 on the component store, and it works fine. Try updating the component and yell out if it doesn't work @Sankra @jsucupira

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nicwise commented Jan 12, 2015

Hi, I just tried it with v1.15 on the component store, and it works fine. Try updating the component and yell out if it doesn't work @Sankra @jsucupira

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jsucupira Jan 12, 2015

version 1.15 works great. Thank you.

jsucupira commented Jan 12, 2015

version 1.15 works great. Thank you.

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Awesome!

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nicwise commented Jan 12, 2015

Awesome!

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Yes, nice work!

Sankra commented Jan 12, 2015

Yes, nice work!

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DanilKurkin Jan 16, 2015

@nicwise Just downloaded version 1.15 and added to the project ios-unified dll.

On actual build give me this:
Error 102 The type 'UIKit.UIView' is defined in an assembly that is not referenced. You must add a reference to assembly 'Xamarin.iOS, Version=0.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=84e04ff9cfb79065'.

As per Xamarin the fix is:
"Fix: This usually means the project references a component or NuGet package that has not been built with the Unified API. You should delete and re-add all Components and NuGet packages. If this does not fix the error, the external library may not yet support the Unified API."

This is confusing.

DanilKurkin commented Jan 16, 2015

@nicwise Just downloaded version 1.15 and added to the project ios-unified dll.

On actual build give me this:
Error 102 The type 'UIKit.UIView' is defined in an assembly that is not referenced. You must add a reference to assembly 'Xamarin.iOS, Version=0.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=84e04ff9cfb79065'.

As per Xamarin the fix is:
"Fix: This usually means the project references a component or NuGet package that has not been built with the Unified API. You should delete and re-add all Components and NuGet packages. If this does not fix the error, the external library may not yet support the Unified API."

This is confusing.

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DanilKurkin Jan 16, 2015

I end up downloading and inporting the project.
That way it works perfectly!

Thanks

DanilKurkin commented Jan 16, 2015

I end up downloading and inporting the project.
That way it works perfectly!

Thanks

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