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Always when I wanna build my Android app, this error occures: System.IO.FileNotFoundException: Could not load assembly 'Cirrious.CrossCore, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null'. Perhaps it doesn't exist in the Mono for Android profile?
Cirrious.CrossCore exists definetly.
I tried to replace <AndroidApplication>true</AndroidApplication> in Droid.csproj and than building, but same error occures.
my References in there are like this:
Xamarin Version: 4.0.13
Updated Xamarin + NuGet, still same error
This error occures in all Projects
Are you using the beta versions of MVVMCross? The maintainer of that library recently released a video explaining how to get his library to work with the latest Xamarin PCL support. You will probably need to change your PCL profile to get this working.
This is the video explaining how to migrate to the new profiles.
I tried this today, too. on 8:10 when i build my Droid project, the error occures
I made exactly the same like in this video, but with older versions of Xamarin, the error occured, too. In the last weeks i made N=1 till 4 and in every .Droid project it occures...
make sure you are running the latest Nuget package manager in you IDE. There are fixes for PCL support in the latest version of Nuget.
What IDE are you using btw? VS2010/12 or 13.
you need to be running on 4.10.1 of Xamarin.Android for PCL to work correctly.
VS 12 Premium - NuGet i updated before i builed the Project from the video.
4.10.1 (Trial Edition)
Are you just opening the project or running through the tutorial yourself? If you are just opening the project you need to enabled the setting in the Package Manager to allow nugget to download missing packages (Tools->Library Package Manager->Package Manager Settings)
I'm not sure you are using the 'beta' packages as per the video. In Nuget when you search online for the packages you need to switch the combo box in the top left from Stable to Prerelease.
I did this and the version of MvvmCross I have is 3.0.14 and I have the correct files in
I updated the NuGet, than i coded the project, than i build the project, and i chose Include Prerelease like in the video.
Tomorrow i will reinstall xamarin, maybe it will help, you will hear from me :) and thx
Ok, i reinstalled Xamarin.Android (4.10.01073), but if i wanna build any Droid Project, the error occures... :/
if i remove reference "Cirrious.CrossCore", the same error occures with "Cirrious.CrossCore.Droid", if i remove this reference, the same error occures with other assemblys... till Demo.Core, if i delete this reference, several errors occure
*NuGet is allowed to load missing packages, since i got VS :)
I used the project in Xamarin Studio, removed the references and get them new, than on xamarin studio it ran. But why it don't going on in VS 2012 :/
Can you attach a complete zipped up version of your project (including binaries and packages) . We will try to replicate the issue here.
ok i will do, and the error comes there:
<Output TaskParameter="ResolvedResourceDirectories" PropertyName="LibraryResourceDirectories" />
<Output TaskParameter="ResolvedAssetDirectories" PropertyName="LibraryAssetDirectories" />
<Output TaskParameter="ResolvedEnvironmentFiles" PropertyName="LibraryEnvironments" />
#### Xamarin.Android.Common.targets -> line 628
Created attachment 5546 [details]
Project with the .Droid error in VS
Some results till now? :)
Or you even was able to reproduce the Issue?
*** Bug 19986 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I have solved the issue, which is a general issue: It turns out that it is due to restrictions in directory name length. Directories can not exceed 256 characters, and for me having a long name it turned out the components directory names got to long. The solution was moving the project directory from my user directory to C:.
guys any news here? it's still occurring
Thank you for taking the time to submit this report. After reviewing the description of this bug, we believe it no longer affects the current version of Xamarin.Android. If you are still experiencing the issue after updating your packages, please reopen this report with an attached reproduction.