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MonoDevelop fails to reopen after clicking the "reopen" button on the Apple crash reporter. This seems to be because the OS is passing a -psn_SOME_NUMBER argument to MD, confusing MD's commandline options parser. We should special-case to ignore that - or maybe GTK+ should be passing it through to AppKit.
Doesn't look like it's the commandline arg. Must be something else that's happening when it's reopened.
Okay, this is weird. The argument is coming from Mono, not from MD. It looks like MacOS is trying to re-launch the entrypoint executable, not the app bundle.
5/3/12 8:23:38.584 PM [0x0-0x260260].mono: Unknown command line option: '-psn_0_2490976'
5/3/12 8:23:38.585 PM com.apple.launchd.peruser.502: ([0x0-0x260260].mono) Exited with code: 1
This should get fixed automatically when we use a shim entrypoint executable for MD.
Confirmed that the shim entrypoint fixes this.