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Using Xam.iOS on the alpha channel (with Xcode 6 installed, so it's v7.9.1)
I am trying to use OrderedDictionary in my source. While the autocompletion adds System.Collections.Specialized and will added OrderedDictionary to the source, I am getting the following in the text editor
CS0103 : OrderedDictionary doesn't exist in the current context.
I am trying to access it using
var orderDict = new OrderedDictionary<int, char>()
It's not clear if your message comes from the IDE (warning you of an error) or a build error (from the C# compiler). A screenshot might help.
Note that, in both case, XI does not ship with a C# compiler (it uses the one from mono), neither with a text editor which I guess you mean XS (or VS?)
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The error comes from the IDE (XS)
Using XS 5.1.119
It seems to have cleared now too. Go figure. Guess it's getting ready for the holidays tomorrow ;)
Closing it now