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After upgrading to :
Version 4.0.10 (build 7)
Installation UUID: d615486e-971e-4e15-8b00-e936d270c4ae
Mono 3.2.0 ((no/7c7fcc7)
Package version: 302000000
Apple Developer Tools
Xcode 4.6.2 (2067.2)
Version: 126.96.36.199 (Business Edition)
Build date: 2013-18-07 21:36:03-0400
when I build for iOS Device I get this error:
Error CS1902: Invalid debug option `all'. Valid options are `full' or `pdbonly' (CS1902)
When I build to the Simulator, I get a successfull build
Can you attach your project file (only the .csproj) to this bug?
Fixed my issue!! I edited my project file and replaced : <DebugType>all</DebugType>, with this <DebugType>full</DebugType>
Thanks for your quick response
After upgrading to Xamarin Studio
Version 4.0.10 (build 7) this morning this bug reappeared.
This time I had to change the following in my project file:
You can change the status of this to Fixed
FWIW there's UI for that option: Project Options -> Build -> Compiler -> Debug Information
Hi , I am confused, there are only three options in the drop down for the UI,
Not sure where "All" came into it after the upgrade?
Xamarin Studio only recently added support for passing the DebugType property to the compiler, so the invalid "all" value may have been in your project file a for a long time.
The <additionalargs>-debug:all</additionalargs> is stranger, I know of no way that XS would set that, so perhaps it was set manually some time ago? My guess would be that the C# compiler in the latest version of Mono (not XS) now performs stricter checking of arguments, and this value could also have been there for a long time.