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I have a working monodroid solution with a project created from Visual Studio 2010.
I add another existing Monodroid project to copy code etc.
When I switch to make it a startup project, "Debug" button gets disabled and I cannot start the added project.
If I switch back to the first project I can start it (button gets enabled).
Does the second MonoDroid project have this in the .csproj?
This is what it should be looking for.
If it does and this still doesn't work, can you attach a solution that reproduces this issue? I tried following your steps and it seems to work as expected.
You are right - this line does not exist in these projects.
Even in the projects created by me!
Different version maybe?
Please see attached - OzQuake is my project and RestGuide is Craig Dunn's project I downloaded from GitHub.
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My Monodroid project file
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Craig's Monodroid project file
Example attached, removing NEEDINFO status.
I tried downloading RestGuide and adding it to a solution that just had the default template application. I set it as the startup project and it worked as expected.
You do bring up a good point about versions. If the project was created in 2010, it would not have the <AndroidApplication> element. This was added in December 2010.
Cannot reproduce, may be caused by really old project files.