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Whichever one of the format options gives the following layout is causing havoc with #if
(the else is not on it's own line when formatting is applied)
If I have
with the above formatting option selected, the reformatted code becomes
#if DEBUG else
which will give a build error
Anything held within an #if directive should be handled as it's own discrete block of code for formatting purposes.
This bug was marked as fixed for Xamarin Studio 4.0.9, which is currently in the beta channel. Try it out!