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When the following conditions are met:
* Project has already been built (for the simulator).
* Project is moved to another directory.
* mtouch creates symlinks instead of copying files (to make the build faster).
This happens when the project is executed (in the simulator) :
MonoTouch will show a better error message, asking the user to rebuild his project, but the real fix is have MonoDevelop automatically rebuild the project when these conditions are met.
wouldn't this be an mtouch bug? mtouch should probably check that the symlinks it creates are still valid before launching
As mentioned in the description, mtouch will ask the user to rebuild his project when this happens (but the best thing would be for XS to rebuild automatically).
But if XS can't rebuild automatically we can close this as won't fix.