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Step to reproduce:
1. Login in www.github.com
2. Create a Public Repository
3. Open XS
4. Create any iOS application
5. Click on Version Control menu and select 'Check Out'
6. Enter the created repository path in URL field and click ok
7. Observe that solution check out successfully
8. 'Publish' the application
9. Application Published successfully
10. Now make some changes in any .cs file
11. Right click on .cs file
12. Select 'Push Changes' through Version control-> Push Changes
When user try to push the changes made in project, it gives error.
User should able to push the changes made in project successfully without any error.
Error details: https://gist.github.com/atin360/c496b2bc66ed050e2f4b
Mac OSX 10.8.4
Mono 3.2.3 ((no/8d3b4b7)
XS Version 4.1.11 (build 2)
Xcode 5.0 (3332.22)- Build 5A1412
X.iOS Version: 126.96.36.199
Regression Status: We are not able to check this issue with stable XS 4.0.12(build 3), as when we try to checkout it gives error. http://www.screencast.com/t/6qwRA5bY
First things first.
For one, the checkout command created a repository clone at "Projects/reponame". You're working in another context with the one you wanted to publish. You can look at your Projects folder and see you have the Published folder for your solution, and another folder for the one you Checked Out.
Second of all, you didn't save the file and commit the changes. A push cannot happen without a commit. This is a basic rule in all Git operations.
This is actually an invalid report.
As per comment 1, This issue is invalid.
Hence closing this issue.