Cannot copy A/bin/Debug/XamMac.dll to B/bin/Debug/XamMac.dll, as the source file doesn't exist.
Looking into the A project, it looks like it's showing up as Xamarin.Mac.dll, not XamMac.dll
What's up with this inconsistency? How do I fix it?
I would check to make sure that you have migrated all of the projects. When you select the "Migrate" option from the menu, it only migrates a single project in your solution. You need to manually migrate each project.
Otherwise, you can try to rebuild.
Xamarin.Mac.dll is name of the .dll that contains the "Unified" API bindings, while XamMac.dll is the .dll that has the "Classic" bindings. If you need to copy that XamMac.dll, then your code is expecting the "Classic" api, while your application is likely building with the "Unified" api.
I don't know of a way to manually migrate from Unified to Classic, but you might be able to "reverse" the instructions here: http://developer.xamarin.com/guides/cross-platform/macios/updating_mac_apps/ (Unless, of course, you have it in source control, then just pop out a revision that occurred before you did the migration to Unified)
I just migrated all of the projects in my solution to Unified so that I can support x86_64 architecture. So, I wonder why the build is expecting XamMac.dll instead of Xamarin.Mac.dll?
Do you know where I can change this setting?
Okay. Here's the solution:
The automatic migration tool works for almost everything, except that the following fields need to still be manually added to the csproj files:
Mine was still the following, and the identifier wasn't even in the csproj file:
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