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The info.plist shows 11B508 in DTSDKBuild with SDK iphoneos6.1
When i build with XCode then it shows 10B141.
Xamarin Studio Build:
What version of Xcode are you using? Do you have multiple version installed?
Yes, the latest Beta and the current XCode Version from the AppStore.
In both are the SDK 6.1 included.
XCode 5.0.1 (5A2053)
XCode 5 Golden Master
Xamarin Studio 4.0.13
XS gets these values from Xcode, and 11B508 is the build of the SDK in XCode 5.0.1.
I suspect XS is using Xcode 5.0.1 and you are comparing it to an app built by XCode 5 GM.
I build the XS App with SDK Version 6.1
And I also Build the other App with XCode 5.0.1 and Base SDK "iOS 6.1"
The XCode 5 GM isn't running at the moment (missing components).
Any update on this issue?
I have 4 versions of Xcode installed (4.4.1, 4.5, 4.6.3, and 5.0.1) and Xamarin Studio uses the DTSDKBuild from whatever Xcode I point it at in the Preferences/SDK Settings panel.
If you are getting a different DTSDKBuild than you expect, then it's probably because you are pointing Xamarin Studio at the wrong Xcode.
As Michael pointed out, 10B141 is from the older Xcode, so Xamarin Studio is using the latest Xcode and your "Xcode build" is not built using the latest Xcode.
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I'm using the newest version of XCode and i've been Added the SDK 6.1 from an older Version of XCode.
See this http://blog.spacemanlabs.com/2013/09/how-to-support-old-ios-sdks-in-xcode-5/
And i changed the Base SDK in XCode to "iOS 6.1"
I've attached you the XCode Project
Can you explain why this is so important?
I think I know what the problem is...
Open up Xcode's Preferences and go to the Locations tab. They have a menu to select where your Xcode gets its command-line tools from (if you have multiple Xcode apps installed).
I bet you have yours set to point to an old Xcode location.