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If you're using ObjectiveSharpie to generate code for a number of complex libraries for a project (e.g. you're using CocoaPods) it would be nice to allow each header file to be in a separate C# file. This would make it so generation could occur on a file by file basis, instead of forcing a full re-generate of the library (which is incredibly time consuming)
step 1 will require that btouch gets fixed to support that, so reassigning to ios team
Step 1 complete: https://github.com/xamarin/maccore/commit/c59b050ce94f19248ab0347d36dfa5167bf7756a
Also the Objective C bindings project lets you have multiple files with a "ObjcBindingApiDefinition" build action and those are all passed to btouch.
Next stop is having sharpie generate more then 1 ApiDefinitions, which I believe is not the case right now.
Reassigning to sharpie and Aaron (correct me if I'm wrong).