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Created attachment 5092 [details]
Sample project that reproduces the problem
When compiling the attached project, I get the following error :
"<path>/BindingTests/obj/Debug/ios/ObjCRuntime/Trampolines.g.cs(12,12): Error CS0029: Cannot implicitly convert type `System.IntPtr' to `MonoTouch.Foundation.NSObject' (CS0029) (BindingTests)"
It was working under Xamarin.iOS 184.108.40.206 but doesn't work anymore under Xamarin.iOS 220.127.116.11. The project compile if I changed the returned type of "MyBlockToBind" to void or if the parameter of "MyBlockToBind" isn't an array...
That's likely related to the introduction, in 7.0, of the new [BlockCallback] attribute . What does the native side definition looks like?
typedef id (^MyBlockToBind)(NSArray* keys);
- (void) testMethodBlock: (MyBlockToBind)myBlockToBind;
I still get the same compilation error when i add the [BlockCallback] attribute :
void TestMethod ([BlockCallback] MyBlockToBind myBlockToBind);