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Breakpoints set in anonymous code aren't hit.
Consider the following method as an example
Something.ExecuteAsync( Action<T> response );
and the code...
Something.ExecuteAsync( ( response ) =>
... breakpoint here is not hit
This did not happen in the previous stable release.
Are you using Visual Studio or MonoDevelop?
Fixed in 322fe1db63120f4117d8baa454171e0ff3858f83.
It is still happening using Visual Studio, Xamarin.iOS 220.127.116.11, Xcode 5.0, Xamarin Studio 4.0.13(build 38).