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Details in http://forums.xamarin.com/discussion/753/pcl-compile-issue-in-monotouch-possibly-evaluation-only#latest
Mac installed with
Mono 2.10.9 (tarball)
Xcode 4.5.2 (1847)
Mac OS X 10.8.2
I'm struggling with a client setup on this one. They're asking if this is a stable product set... and whether PCLs will ever work :(
Have you tried installing the trial on your machine to see if that's actually the issue?
No - I'm out of license at present (as of mid-Dec) and don't have any new iOS customers lined up - so I can't afford to break my Mac by uninstalling the active license (just in case it never gets back on there again).
Sorry - but I pay for licenses out of my own pocket
The fix seemed to be the <csctoolexe> stuff from:
Even though I'm sure this has been fixed in previous releases - and it's marked as fixed in git for 2-10?
I know Xamarin aren't too keen on PCLs, and I accept that the way they build on Monotouch is against the MonoTouch libraries, but I still find PCLs very useful for my coding style (using Resharper) and it would be nice if they built in MonoTouch without users having to hack the MSBuild targets.
I believe this has been fixed by Jeff