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Created attachment 25303 [details]
When targeting just x86 and including a library that has both x86 and x86_64 native files, the package still contains the x86_64 native files.
If I do "x86;armv7", then we get "x86_64" as well for some reason. But if I just do "armv7", then I just get "armv7". If I do just "x86", then I get both "x86" and "x86_64".And, if I do just "x86_64", then I just get "x86_64".
It appears to be an issue when selecting "x86", it adds the "x86_64" bits for some reason. The issue manifests on a "x86_64" device because the libmonodroid and libmonosgen native files are not included - just the native files from the package.
I have my full build log here: https://gist.github.com/mattleibow/0dabf919b0fcc063f464f614f407b2a1
I have my VS version here: https://gist.github.com/mattleibow/2747edf7ca1232ef4410df470bfa208b
I think this is the same issue: https://bugzilla.xamarin.com/show_bug.cgi?id=47607
I believe that this was fixed in:
The fix should be in the d15-5 branch and released as part of Xamarin.Android 8.1.