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Created attachment 4804 [details]
zip file with full solution to be loaded and run
Description of Problem:
After setting up a valid Uri, and calling Application.GetResourceStream (uri), program fails with "Cannot locate resource 'xaml/treeview.xaml' even though the file is in the correct folder/path. Compiling with MS Visual Studio 2010 or 2010 works fine.
Steps to reproduce the problem:
1. Open the solution GetStream in the attached zip file and compile and run (step through) with Xamarin Studio
2. Repeat but using Visual Studio 2010/2012
Actual Results: With Xamarin Studio 4.0.12 - program fails.
Expected Results: Resource should be found - as happens with MS Visual Studio.
How often does this happen? Always
it's not a monodevelop/xamarin studio issue -> moving to WPF.
We deprecated xbuild and recommend using msbuild instead. Switching to msbuild will also most likely resolve the issue you reported.