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Removing an event form the property page of a control does not delete the partial method declaration in .designer.cs.
1. Create an iOS Storyboard Single View project in Visual studio.
2. Open the storyboard file in iOS Designer.
3. Add a button or other control.
4. Add an event handler to the control.
5. Partial method declaration appears in .designer.cs file
6. in iOS Desginer, click the "x" on the above added event
Expected result: The partial method declaration should be removed from the .desinger.cs file
Actual result: The partial method declaration is not removed from the .desinger.cs file
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I have checked this issue by following steps mention in bug description and getting same behavior as shown in screencast :
Steps that I have followed :
1.Create iPhone storyboard project in VS
2. Open Main.Storyboard file
3. Drag button on it
4. Double click on button
5. Now open Main.Storyboard file.
6. Click on "x" icon of added controller in the property event window.
7. Save file
Actual Result : The partial method declaration is not removed from the
.desinger.cs file as shown in screencast : http://screencast.com/t/5GuvXDBWHjGK
Note : I am getting same behavior with XS on Mac.
From what I can observe, everything goes in fine and the storyboard xml is correctly updated. The problem is that apparently the change isn't applied to the .designer.cs until you save the storyboard file after that modification. When you do everything is synchronized.
This doesn't seem to be an issue anymore. It works for me