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Steps to reproduce:
1. Download all applications from http://github.com/xamarin/monotouch-samples location.
2. Launch the MonoDevelop.
3. Click on "Open an existing solution" link.
4. Select "Touches_Classic" application.
5. Click on Open button.
6. Select Debug|iPhone .
7. Select Build>>Build<Project name>.
Bundle identifier 'Touches_Classic' does not match any installed provisioning profile. message is displayed on the console when user build the application in Debug|iPhone mode.Refer the attached screenshot.
Error should not be occurred
VM: Parallels desktop
OS: Lion 10.7
This is as expected. The sample's Info.plist specifies a bundle ID, and none of the installed provisioning profiles on your machine matches that ID.
I would suggest that you have a wildcard provisioning profile (a provisioning profile for the bundle ID "*") for testing.
-> monodevelop, iphone addin
I guess that can be closed (as FEATURE), right ?
Yes. I closed a similar issue yesterday aswell but i can't find it now.
As per the above comments, closing this issue.
Note: This is validated on MonoTouch 4.9.8 with Xcode 4.2 installed.