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Steps to reproduce:
1. Open VS.
2. Create or open any iOS application.
3. Connect to build host.
4. Observe that build host is successfully connected to VS.
5. Now debug or run the application on simulator using VS.
Getting build error while deploying an application on simulator:
The remote server returned an error: (429).
at MonoTouch.Tools.Utilities.BuildServerClient.ServerIO.Server_GetResult[T](String command,IDictionary`2 queryVariables)
User should able to deploy and launch application on simulator using VS successfully.
Mac server Log:https://gist.github.com/saurabh360/74deb2333acd6bf8067b
MTBSERVER Log: https://gist.github.com/saurabh360/9edaa4bfe35999a5db68
iOS for VS 1.6.81
This is working fine with X.iOS 22.214.171.124
This problem is caused because you have an old version of mtvs 1.6 and a new version of mono touch.
Please upgrade to the latest builds of both.
There was an additional issue I got after this to do with the starting the debug session, but that is fixed in this commit monotouch/e4130108f2
You will need to have a build of monotouch and mtvs which is after that commit. e4130108f2 in the monotouch 1.6 branch (its also in master)
Sorry Dean, but these were the HEADS of the correct lanes as of 1AM last night.
What about the MonoTouch was too old?
PJ, you will need 126.96.36.199 or later for the fixes to mono touch .
For the VS side you will need anything after 188.8.131.52
Alright - hot off the presses! I've passed these builds on.
We have checked this issue with latest builds:
Mac OSX 10.9
Now, application deploys and launches on simulator successfully.
Hence, Verifying this issue.