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After installing latest updates (Xamarin.iOS 22.214.171.124) on Mac, PCL library projects fail to compile with errors.
error CS0518: The predefined type `System.Object' is not defined or imported
error CS0518: The predefined type `System.ValueType' is not defined or imported
error CS0518: The predefined type `System.Attribute' is not defined or imported
error CS0518: The predefined type `System.Int32' is not defined or imported
error CS0518: The predefined type `System.UInt32' is not defined or imported
error CS0518: The predefined type `System.Int64' is not defined or imported
31 similar erros.
/Library/Frameworks/Mono.framework/Versions/3.2.0/lib/mono/4.0/Microsoft.Common.targets: Warning: Unable to find framework corresponding to the target framework moniker '.NETPortable,Version=v4.0,Profile=Profile3'. Framework assembly references will be resolved from the GAC, which might not be the intended behavior. (TestLib)
fixed in Mono git master, will be in a Mono 3.2.1 release
fix reverted. going to have Martin add PCL fallbacks for users without the real PCL assemblies installed, instead.
Martin: If the user doesn't have the real PCL assemblies installed, then the Microsoft.Portable.CSharp.targets files need to fall back to the old behavior of linking against the Xamarin.iOS/Android assemblies.
Since we may not have all PCL profile, it's not just a question of whether we have some PCL profiles installed but of whether we have the *specific* PCL profile installed.
I would suggest we do something like:
<_HasRealPclProfile Condition="Exists('mscorlib in real
Then add conditions on the "real" targets and the fallbacks using this value.
Alan pushed the fix from Jeff to the release branch.
If we can't get a response from Martin by the time that's built and testable, we should consider shipping anyways to fix all the people who used to have PCL support working.
Issue also appearing in Case #42105