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I have an application which uses Chilkat in an ios application. The application is working as expected. i am now in the process of building the application for the app store and when I try to compile the application using the App selection I get many errors which I believe relate to the native references. I am not sure if this is a chilkat issue or Xamarin issue so I thought I would start here. any idea what might be causing this?

asked Jan 05 '15 at 14:08

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Check to see if the same thing happens with the very latest version of Chilkat.

If so, then I would need to see a listing of the build errors (or at least a partial listing) to begin to understand the problem.

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answered Jan 05 '15 at 14:59

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Thank you for your quick response. I downloaded the new code and still had the issue. In looking at the error messages I felt pretty foolish. I forgot to add -cxx -gcc_flags " -lresolv -lpthread" to the additional mtouch arguments text box in the app store configuration. Fixing that did the trick. Thank you for your help

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answered Jan 05 '15 at 16:52

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Thanks! It's no problem at all. There was a Xamarin link issue with one of the previous versions of Chilkat (but none that I know about w/ the latest).

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answered Jan 05 '15 at 16:58

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