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Im presuming this is an internal selector in MT that just needs to be renamed. Its only flagged as a warning when uploading the binary, will update here once the app is released.
`recurrenceRule` was a valid selector but was deprecated in iOS 5.0 (but still available in 5.1) . It was removed in 6.0.
Is it possible your minimum iOS version is set to 6.0 ?
No my minimum version is set to 4.3.
My app was reviewed and released by Apple with no issues, btw.
Thanks for the update.
I'm a bit surprised that the linker did not remove the selector. Are you using EventKit inside your application ?
If not could you attach the monotouch.dll assembly from the .app you submitted to apple ?
Yes I use EventKit, Ive just checked and I *am* using EKEvent.RecurrenceRule in 1 place! Doh! That must be it I guess!
Will remove in my next version, fully expect this to disappear. Sorry about that.
Ah, it make sense :-) Thanks for confirming!