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Summary says it all.
See assistly 2578 for a complete test case.
I can reproduce the customer issue without sgen enabled.
I followed http://docs.xamarin.com/ios/advanced_topics/linking_native_libraries and no luck.
The .a file is i386 only.
Jeff, since you're the LinkWith guy, please take a look.
Looks like his -gcc_flags options are correct and the gcc command-line in my build log for his project are also correct (after fixing his hard-coded path), at least as far as I can tell.
Could there be a symbol collision between SGen and lib_lwf_jp2?
As he said, if I disable SGen, it works fine.
I cannot reproduce this anymore with 5.3.3