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I have several interface definitions (xib-files) defined in a project which is not part of the main iOS project. Those Views are supposed to be loaded into a View within the main iOS project during runtime.
When I build and deploy my app with Xamarin-Studio 4, everything works as expected. Unfortunately, when I try to create an automated build with mdtool, the resulting nib-files are not included in the ipa-archive. They get compiled but then they are not packaged up.
Since everything is working fine if the build is made via Xamarin-Studio, I suppose it might be a bug.
md-tool uses the exact same code as Xamarin Studio for building, so this shouldn't happen.
Do you have a test case you could share?
Whatever the issue was, it's been fixed now.