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Steps to reproduce:
1. Open VS.
2. Click Tools->Options->Xamarin->iOS Settings.
3. Observe that Connect to a Xamarin.iOS build host window appears.
4. Cancel this window.
Actual Result: VS get crashed.
Expected Result: VS should not get crashed.
iOS for VS 1.6.29
This is working fine with iOS for VS 1.6.18
This is not the last version. Please grab the latest one....
Meanwhile, marking it as invalid.
Yeah sorry, they had a day off and ended up using the build from the day before to continue, we'll hold off till dean's workflow changes land.
Today we have checked this issue on following builds :
iOS for VS 1.6.57
Now VS is not crashed when we click on cancel button in Xamarin.iOS for Build host window.
Hence closing this issue.