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Steps to reproduce this issue:
1. Open or create any android application.
2. Build the application.
Actual Result: Application giving build error "Compiler crashed with code: 127".
Expected Result: Application should build and deploy successfully.
X.S 4.0.9(build 15)
REGRESSION: This is working fine with MonoFramework 3.0.12
Do you have a /usr/bin/mcs symlink ? What does it point to ? Does the file it points to exists ?
I don't see the symlink here, I've got:
Mono 3.1.0 1c4db5e
> dynamic-069:bin pjbeaman$ file /usr/bin/mcs
> /usr/bin/mcs: cannot open `/usr/bin/mcs' (No such file or directory)
It looks like the 3.1.0 package is broken.
*** Bug 13093 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
The packaging issues were fixed, and new 3.1.1 builds have been dispersed to testers.
Today we have checked this issue on following builds :
X.S 4.0.11(build 6)
Mono 3.2.1 ((no/f3f789e)
Now we are able to build and deploy application on device and emulator successfully.
Hence closing this issue.