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Steps to reproduce this issue:
1. Install Xamarin.Mac and XS.
2. Open XS.
3. Open 'AnimatedClock' application.
4. Run/Debug the application for linker (Include Mono Runtime | Link Framework SDKs /Link All)
Actual result: AnimatedClock sample throws 'System.NullReferenceException' when run/debug with linker :
(Include Mono Runtime | Link Framework SDKs OR Link All). It is working fine with default debug/release configuration
Expected result: No exception should be thrown.
Screencast URL: http://screencast.com/t/xTBvRM8g
An update to above issue:
REGRESSION: This is working fine with Xamarin.Mac1.4.8
This is now fixed: https://github.com/xamarin/xamcore/commit/55d845fffc5abfd9e47ebe51bde0c2edfaf16e5d
Today, We have checked this issue with:
Now application is run successfully for linker (Include Mono Runtime | Link Framework
SDKs /Link All) without throwing any exception.
Hence marking this as Verified Fixed.