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Created attachment 8375 [details]
Several reports have come in of an issue while building iOS apps on Visual Studio, that there is an illegal character in path for the info.plist
Please see attached screenshot as well as the HelloForms example project on which it occurs and the dev environment info provided by the customer.
I have recreated the issue on my system as well, with the attached project.
Created attachment 8376 [details]
I was able to repro the issue, and found the cause being an issue when the iOS project has a reference to a shared project.
We're already working on the fix.
*** Bug 23697 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I successfully validated the build (3.7.216) on on Friday (10/10/2014) and the build fixes this bug's issue.
As per comment 8, this issue is working fine and I have checked this issue via using info.plist file provided in attached sample in comment 0, and deploy application on device successfully.
Hence closing this issue.
environment info :
XVS 3.8.113 + X.iOS 188.8.131.52
This issue has been verified by QA and is fixed. Closing this bug.