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Step to reproduce:
1. Create a Universal Storyboard tabbed project
2. Open iPad and iPhone storyboard files.
On opening iPad and iPhone storyboard files for Universal Storyboard project, shows error "the format of this legacy storyboard file is not supported". Clicking link "upgrade this file to supported format" ends connection to Mac build host. Again clicking link " Connect to build server" crashes VS.
iPad and iPhone storyboard files for Universal Storyboard tabbed project should load correctly.
Trace Log: https://gist.github.com/saurabh360/ce9e8d1344678bc16c50
cc'ing dean on this because he's involved in making sure the templates are all upgraded to Xcode 5 format.
The crash has been fixed, but the issue with the files being the old format remains. That issue is being tracked with bug #17675, so i'll just close this bug.
As per comment 2, crash has been fixed, I have checked this issue with following builds:
Xamarin 188.8.131.52 (172e5c004e0ff647f7bd378ab5298508e97c84cd)
Visual Studio extension to enable development for Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android
Now, on reconnecting build host, VS does not crash and for the issue with the files being the old format is being tracked with bug #17675.
Hence, closing this issue.