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Since we only support Xcode 6.2 right now, I had "Xcode 6.2.app" in my applications folder. I specified it in Xamarin studio as the iOS SDK location. You get a build error when you do this. You can see it looks like someone is manually concat a path rather then using Path.Combine
Error MT5309: Native linking error: clang: error: no such file or directory: '"/Applications/Xcode 6.2.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/iPhoneOS.platform/Developer/SDKs/iPhoneOS8.2.sdk"/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/PlugInKit.framework/PlugInKit' (MT5309) (CoinFlipWatchKitExtension)
To work around this, I had to remove the SDK location and rename the Xcode file to be Xcode.app inside of Applicaitons
This could be an issue with the space in the directory name.
or the quotes - that could break Path.Combine
Please attach a full build log (include `-v -v -v -v` in the Additional mtouch arguments) so we can be sure where this string originates (and the code path it followed).
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