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Created attachment 21431 [details]
Attached are the logs generated during defect reproduction
Summary: When we run iOS application is Debug mode by adding breakpoint in desired position.Application runs properly but breakpoint does not hit and stop at that position.
1.Open Visual Studio.
2.Create a iOS solution
3.Add breakpoint to desired position
4.Run application in debug mode
Expected Result: Breakpoint should hit and debugger should stop on the breakpoint.
Actual Result: Application is running successfully without hitting breakpoint.
Note:This Bug is reproducible in WatchOS and TvOS
Build info: https://gist.github.com/chiranjibmukherjee/fbd884cc11e285d93bb587b36edf8979
Screencast Link: https://www.screencast.com/t/d6yiWpZV
@Saurabh is this reproducible from a Mac (with Xamarin Studio) ? or only in VS ?
If the later then the bug needs to be assigned to "Visual Studio Extensions".
@Sebastien I observe this issue only on VS.Changing product to "Visual Studio Extensions"
XVS 22.214.171.1247 (1585aad2641c69fde20893c35e1a39b31d44b1a1)
XVS 126.96.36.1993 (baf7aa5b11ddb96d2e6d098dc78366c3c27ba0c7)
Verified the fix using 188.8.131.527 (1585aad/d15-2) - I am able to hit breakpoints in VS2013/15/17 now.