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- Create a XM App
- Create a XM Lib app w/ a native reference
- Have your XM App depend on the library
- Build the XM App
It won't pull in your native reference unless you also have a LinkWith (which binding projects, the most common item of this type does have).
We don't have this problem on XI, since they don't have the Native Reference folder yet.
The work around is to use LinkWith attributes.
This should all be fixed with the new native reference work, and is obsolete.
Moving to verified for QA, since they have a test suite for native reference that already passed.