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Created attachment 24274 [details]
Compile file error
could you help me with the following error:
Error Failed to compile the file(s) '/Users/strela/Library/Caches/Xamarin/mtbs/builds/ESign.iOS/7e1c3571e4de0d7f433e1c1ffe1f7699/obj/iPhoneSimulator/Release/mtouch-cache/i386/main.m'. Please file a bug report at http://bugzilla.xamarin.com ESign.iOS
I get this error when trying to build an iOS Xamarin App. What could this error reffer to? Because I tried cleaning the project and also manually cleaning the files on Macbook.
The strange thing is that it works on another Macbook. But I dont have that Mac avaliable all the time.
Can you attach the file the error message mentions, and the complete build log?
Created attachment 24298 [details]
Here is the requested build log from VisualStudio
Created attachment 24299 [details]
The file the error occurs in (main.m)
The file the error occurs in (main.m) on the MacBook
I just provided requested files.
Can you try adding "-v" to the additional mtouch arguments in the project's iOS Build options?
I think that will solve the problem.
It works with adding "-v" as you provided.
Reopening since it's still a bug we need to fix (you shouldn't have to add "-v").
The problem is that at one point we write the number -1 to a code file, and since you seem to have a Slovenian locale, that's formatted as "–1", which isn't a valid number (for the compiler).