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VS2013, Plugin 1.10.
I'm inside a PCL used by an iOS app.
I'm inspecting the "Errors" field which is a Dictionary<Constants.ResponseCodes, string>.
The dictionary contains one element. If I try to inspect the "Items" property of the dictionary, I get the info that inspection is not possible because the element has been garbage collected.
I can reproduce this for all dictionaries.
Note that the code is actually working. It's just the debugger that's unable to evaluate the contents.
View the recording here: http://screencast.com/t/iQJw46y4vC
I have checked this issue in VS 2013 with sample iOS and tried to create Dictionary with key value pair (Constants.ResponseCodes, string), but getting error for key "Constants.ResponseCodes".
can you please suggest how to create Dictionary with same or provide me sample of code.
Constants.ResponseCodes is just an enum. I cannot inspect _any_ Dictionary<T1, T2>.
I have checked this issue, To reproduce this issue i have created a PCL project and then added it's reference to the Sample IOS application and got the same issue mentioned in the bug description.
Attached sample project: bug_17907
Refer screen cast: http://screencast.com/t/i2A8oBKNIy
X.Ios for VS 1.10.39
Created attachment 6142 [details]
I have checked this issue with builds below
Xamarin.iOS Build Host 220.127.116.11
Now this is working fine for Classic API templates.
Screencast : http://www.screencast.com/t/JSAWSNiLNry
Hence closing this issue.
For Unified API, we are not able to add PCL reference in iOS app and filed a bug https://bugzilla.xamarin.com/show_bug.cgi?id=24303 for the same.