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I want to add a resource.bundle to my monotouch project. But Monodevelop don't support to add is a single file because it's a package folder. Neither the patching of the .csproj direct work well. Then during the build I got the follwing error from Copying!
The file "Resource.bundle" still exists their but it would detected as a folder not as a single file.
Erzeuge Projektmappe: MonoTouchCropTest (Debug|iPhoneSimulator)
Copying content files
Copying '/Users/cp/Projects/cpCropUtility/MonoTouchCropTest/MonoTouchCropTest/Resource.bundle' to '/Users/cp/Projects/cpCropUtility/MonoTouchCropTest/MonoTouchCropTest/bin/iPhoneSimulator/Debug/MonoTouchCropTest.app/Resource.bundle'
File '/Users/cp/Projects/cpCropUtility/MonoTouchCropTest/MonoTouchCropTest/Resource.bundle' is missing.
Erzeugung abgeschlossen -- 1 Fehler, 0 Warnungen
--------------------- Fertig ---------------------
Unterstützungsdatei '/Users/cp/Projects/cpCropUtility/MonoTouchCropTest/MonoTouchCropTest/Resource.bundle' nicht gefunden.
Build: 1 Fehler, 0 Warnungen
.bundles are actually directories, so you need to "Add Existing Directory" instead of "Add File".
As a feature enhancement, maybe we can special-case .bundle directories to behave like files for people who don't know that .bundles are actually directories.
Special casing directories would not be pretty :-\
I don't think it's worth the effort it would require.