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Created attachment 456 [details]
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Launch the MonoDevelop.
2. Create a solution of MonoTouch Single View application.
3. Double click on .xib file and add few buttons and label.
4. Add outlets and Actions.
5. Modify AppDelegate.cs file accordingly.
6. Now build and run the application.
7. See application is running successfully and connection refuse message in MonoDevelop console.
Connection Refuse message is displayed on MonoDevelop console whereas application is successfully running on the simulator.
Connection Refuse message should not be displayed on MonoDevelop console when application is successfully running on the simulator.
VM: Parallel Desktop
OS: Lion 10.7 (Guest Operating System)
Mono Framework for MAC OS X Intel Runtime
Can you re-test with MonoDevelop 22.214.171.124?
It is occuring also with 126.96.36.199
This issue still exists, as when Run any MonoTouch application on iPhone/iPad
Simulator, the following error appears:
"Socket error while connecting to 127.0.0.1 on port 10001: Connection refused"
Hence, reopening this issue dated 22nd December, 2011.
As per the Jatin's comment , reopening this issue.
Are you running the application without the debugger? If so, this used to cause this message to appear. It is purely a cosmetic issue. I believe the message has been hidden in 2.8.5, though I'll have to double check that now.
The fix also requires MonoTouch 5.1.1+ to be installed. Once QA verify that the issue is gone this can just be marked as closed.
Just closing this as QA only deal with bugs which have been resolved (i think).
Today we have check this issue on following builds :
XS 4.0.8(build 2)
Now Connection Refuse message is not displayed on XS when application is successfully running on the simulator.
Hence closing this issue. Changing its status to verified.