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In VS2012, the designer is not modifying the Resource.Designer.cs file.
Steps to reproduce:
1) Open a new Android Application
2) Open main.axml in the Android Designer
3) Add a button
5) Open Resource.Designer.cs
A line should be generated with the id button1 and the appropriate value
Nothing is generated.
Screencast showing behavior:
This behavior does not occur on X.S.
Windows 7 x64
Another nasty one. This one warrants a quick release.
Following the step above, this works in both VS2010 and VS2012 but only once a build is kicked off.
So it definitely only updates the Resource.Designer.cs file after a build.
Whether that syncing should happen before building, I suppose is another issue.
Visual Studio does not automatically update the Resource.Designer.cs file.
As per Comment#2 Resource.designer does not update automatically. It updates when user build the solution after adding widget to .axml file. We have checked it on following environment:
Changing the status to Verified.