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Chris Hamons [9:37 AM]
it appears some of the accessibility properties need the attribute magic to not expand in the debugger
Chris Hamons [9:38 AM]
along w\ whatever else is broken
2016-06-10 12:36:08.642 TestArchiver[8735:21678449] -[View accessibilityNotifiesWhenDestroyed]: unrecognized selector sent to instance 0x10f297070
Fixed in latest.
(I made no changes, I just can't reproduce anymore.
I have tried to reproduce this issue and not able to reproduce this issue on C7SR1 and C8 build. To reproduce this issue I have follow following steps:
1. Create a Cocoa Unified App.
2. Add following code to the end of DidFinishLaunching method.
NSWindow w = NSApplication.SharedApplication.MainWindow;
NSView v = new NSView (new CoreGraphics.CGRect (0, 0, 100, 100));
Place a breakpoint at the end of the function and debug.
3. Type "w" in the watch window, and expand it a few times.
4. Type "v" in the watch window, and expand it a few times.
Observed that application does not crash.
As comment #2 Chris also not able to reproduce this issue.
Hence mark this issue as RESOLVED NOT_REPRODUCIBLE