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Created attachment 2448 [details]
Screenshot of the bug
Inspecting a .NET property that's calculated on the fly results in wrong values when inspected in Visual Studio.
See screenshots. Here the variable test (type Vector3F) reports some weired value for "LengthSquared" (correct value would be 3.131698). Inspecting this value with the "Immediate Window" even results different value on every call.
The value itself seems to be correct, it's just displayed wrongly. It still makes debugging quite annoying.
I've attached an example project that let me reproduce the error. Restarting of the phone and Visual Studio didn't help.
I'm running Android 4.1 and Visual Studio 2010 with MfA 4.2.5 beta (latest version).
Created attachment 2449 [details]
What device are you using ? Does this happen with the simulator as well ?
Probably the same as:
but for android.
I'm using a Galaxy Nexus. I didn't test it with the emulator but I confirmed the problem on a colleague's computer.
Should be fixed in mobile-master in c91fc1d6b68994c0c179c4ad99f1a656b14c61ec.
This is the next 4.2.6 beta release?
No idea, can somebody comment on this ?
The fix for this should be in the 4.4 release.