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We got an error when trying to deploy our iOS application to a device, but executing the application via Simulator works.
We updated the OS X (10.10.5), Xamarin (5.9.7 (build 9)), and XCode () beforehand. Before the update everything worked fine.
The complete error message we got is:
codesign -v --force --sign "301F3E40BED0D52CAC9A7541C6EB7BEE35829F43" --entitlements "/Users/develop/Projects/cubeeMobile/cubeeMultiView/bin/iPhone/Debug/cubeeMobile.xcent" "/Users/develop/Projects/cubeeMobile/cubeeMultiView/bin/iPhone/Debug/cubeeMobile.app"
/Users/develop/Projects/cubeeMobile/cubeeMultiView/bin/iPhone/Debug/cubeeMobile.app: invalid resource specification rule(s)
codesign exited with code 1
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 31424 ***
Any information about 31424? I do not have access...
@Kai it is a Xamarin Studio (iOS addin) issue that affects Classic (not unified) projects. It's fixed but I do not know when it will be released (you can contact support).
Also the XS 5.10.x builds (from the alpha channel) works correctly - at least the version I'm using.
Thx for the information. It does not work for me though, saying something about assembly 'System' and 'mscorlib' already existing with the same identity... I guess I wait for the stable release then.
I have added Bug 31424 to the corresponding forum release announcement for
Xamarin.iOS 9.0 to track its progress publicly:
One possible workaround is mentioned there: switch the project to use the
MSBuild build engine.
If you run into trouble with the workaround, the fix for Bug 31424 is due to be released in the upcoming service release for Xamarin.iOS 9.0, tentatively scheduled for Beta within approximately one week.
Thank you for the information. Switching to MSBuild unfortunately gives me the same errors as when using the alpha. I'll see how the Beta works.
Note that you will need to clean the `bin` and `obj` folders after switching to MSBuild, on the small chance that might be helpful to know.
I still get the errors even after deleting the contents of 'bin' and 'obj'. But thank you for the hint.