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When including a drawable-xxxhdpi (needed for devices such as a Nexus 5) folder in the Resources folder, Visual Studio refuses to compile the code. Compile error : "Invalid resource directory name: "drawable-xxxhdpi"." I am able to include this folder on Xamarin Studio on a Mac (and the resources are deployed correctly to my Nexus 5).
I have checked this issue and tried to reproduce this I have followed the stpes below:
1. I have created a sample android application.
2. Added a folder named "drawable-xxxhdpi" in the resource folder.
3. Build the application successfully.
4. Added an "icon.png" in the "drawable-xxxhdpi" folder and build the application successfully.
5. Then rename added folder from "drawable-xxxhdpi" to "drawable_xxxhdpi". then on build application I am getting error:
"Invalid resource directory name: "drawable_xxxhdpi"."
And when I delete the "icon.png" from "drawable_xxxhdpi" folder then on
build application got build succeeded.
Please refer the screencast: http://screencast.com/t/GujvvYb6w
Please let me know if I am missing any thing.
As we didn't get response from user. So I am closing this issue.
If you get this issue again, please feel free to reopen this issue.