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In iOS (with Xamarin Studio), the Xamarin profiler is not getting the Count (Number of times the method is being called for the control in that particular test) in the method level (Allocations->Call Tree).
Xamarin Studio 5.9.1 (build 3)
Xamarin Profiler 0.24.0.0
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Make sure the device is connected with the Mac and Xamarin studio detected the device.
2. Launch the Xamarin profiler from Xamarin studio.
3. Run the Xamarin profiler and get the result for any scenario.
4. Check the result in Allocations Call Tree.
No Count is getting displayed in the method level (Allocations->Call Tree).
Xamarin Profiler should get the count along with the Bytes Used in the method level (Allocations->Call Tree).
In Windows (with Visual Studio), count is getting displayed in the method level (Allocations->Call Tree).
Right, this is because we only display that column when using method enter/leave, which we only do in very specific cases, like Android (because sampling doesn't work yet there, but as soon as it does, we will do). So this is not a bug, so closing.