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When i override this method it gives me this by default:
public override bool FinishedLaunching (UIApplication application, NSDictionary launcOptions)
// TODO: Implement - see: http://go-mono.com/docs/index.aspx?link=T%3aMonoTouch.Foundation.ModelAttribute
Why am i being linked to some weird attribute? I've no idea what relevance it has to overriding this method :)
I just realised this happens whenever any method is overridden.
It's completely relevant, UIApplicationDelegate is a model, i.e. an implementation of an objective-C protocol. You get that when you override any method on an obj-c model, to explain why it's not chaining to base.
Ah, I was just confused when it appeared for a few methods I had overridden. I choose one of them at random for the bug report. I then realised it was happening for every single method and thought the detection for when it should be created was broken. Now I realise I've just overridden methods in Models all the time :)
Well, we could certainly improve the comment text, feel free to do that :)