Created attachment 18150 [details]
Build the attached project over and over again. You will forever rebuild the main app due to this gem:
Target CoreCompile needs to be built as input file 'obj/Debug/LinkWithAttributes.cs' is newer than output file 'obj/Debug/CrashBinding.dll'
which causes the exe to be out of date, which causes the app bundle to be out of date.
Created attachment 18151 [details]
Native lib used
Log - https://gist.github.com/chamons/8c683f8ef04b78b9ee64068a0d30bdcd
This also happens on XI.
Target CoreCompile needs to be built as input file 'obj/Debug/LinkWithAttributes.cs' is newer than output file 'obj/Debug/SuperCrash.dll'
Target CoreCompile needs to be built as input file '/Users/donblas/Projects/TimerTestIOS/SuperCrash/bin/Debug//SuperCrash.dll' is newer than output file 'obj/iPhoneSimulator/Debug/TimerTestIOS.exe'
@Chris like discussed please confirm this was fixed by the recent commit (mentioning the bug). If it was before C9 then please also update the milestone before closing. Thanks!
This should be fixed with:
That and this bug has a XM test, but can QA please also validate XI as well.
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