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iOS apps get rejected today (26 february 2015) with this message:
Non-public API usage:
* The app references non-public symbols in ApplicationName: _NSGetEnviron
When I use the nm tool on the binary, it matches.
MacOSX:ApplicationName.app user$ nm ApplicationName | grep NSGetEnviron
When create a new project in Xamarin Studio, it also matches on _NSGetEnviron.
Xamarin.iOS Version: 126.96.36.199
It is a Unified project.
See also: http://forums.xamarin.com/discussion/33972/app-get-rejected-nsgetenviron
Leaving open since we should get this out in a service release asap as well.
This only occurs with ARM64, so a potential workaround (for app upgrades) is to disable ARM64 in the project's build options.
When do you expect the service release? Today, tomorrow, a week?
We're trying to get something out today.
Backported to monotouch-8.6.0-branch to be included in the service release
I have tried to verify this issue but I am not sure about the steps.
I have used X.iOS 188.8.131.52
I have followed following steps :
1. Create Unified template application
2. Build for device
Now using command nm ApplicationName | grep ApplicationName.
Output : https://gist.github.com/Mohit-Kheterpal/feb3b6623d781bf5966e
still getting "_" before application name
Please let me know if I have to check something else to verify this issue.
@Mohit, you need to use this command:
nm ApplicationName | grep _NSGetEnviron
if nothing is printed, the bug is fixed
No, you are in the right directory, but you should use this:
nm texr | grep NSGetEnviron
If the fix is correct, this should not return 'U __NSGetEnviron' when the ARM64 build is enabled.
Thanks Rolf & Thanks Luzanne.
I am able to reproduce this issue with X.iOS 184.108.40.206 : http://www.screencast.com/t/fYqAlIPbgVBt
and the issue is fixed in X.iOS 220.127.116.11 : http://www.screencast.com/t/Z85Z4NZJvh
Hence closing this issue.
XI 18.104.22.168 is now be in the beta channel (and should be on stable next Monday).