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If you select unsupported framework in the Mac applications project settings and pick "Mono / .NET 4.5" it removes the <TargetFrameworkVersion> tag in the csproj. The idea is that 4.5 is the assumed default framework, however it uses 4.0 instead.
To test this:
1. create a mac app
2. change to unsupported framework (Mono/.NET4.5)
3. add code that was added to the 4.5 framework (not in 4.0)... async/await? or System.Collections.Generic.IReadOnlyList or something else
4. try to build
This is because we're still trying to build against 4.0 for some unknown reason:
We're going to land this hack and then push a version of this bug to XS (either the addin or core) to figure out why TargetFrameworkVersion is wrong.
Well not resolved yet, I gave me a local build.
Should be in latest master now:
chamons pushed to branch master of xamarin/maccore
- Fix handling of unified full profile by setting unset Tar... (59261c8)
1.12 branch building now as well.