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The method MonoTouch.AudioToolbox.AudioQueue.AllocateBuffer has an overload:
MemberSignature Language="C#" Value="public MonoTouch.AudioToolbox.AudioQueueStatus AllocateBuffer (int bufferSize, out MonoTouch.AudioToolbox.AudioQueueBuffer* audioQueueBuffer);"
MemberSignature Language="ILAsm" Value=".method public hidebysig instance valuetype MonoTouch.AudioToolbox.AudioQueueStatus AllocateBuffer(int32 bufferSize, valuetype MonoTouch.AudioToolbox.AudioQueueBuffer* audioQueueBuffer) cil managed"
That apparently confuses monodoc. The URL for this method is:
And tree.RenderUrl(node.PublicUrl, gen, ref mtch, null) produces:
<html><head></head><body><p><em>Error:</em> Your request has found no candidate provider [hs="(null)", id="(null)"]</p></body></html>
This is the only method in the MonoTouch.* namespaces that creates this error and the other overload (out IntPtr) works, so I've set the severity of this to "minor."
Please retest with latest Mono and if the issue still persist report it at https://github.com/mono/api-doc-tools/issues