Failed to read file attributes for "/Users/Resources/Media.xcassets" No such file or directory

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  • JamilAttarJamilAttar SEMember
    edited October 2017

    1- Unload IOS project
    2- Open the project file for Edit
    3- Find the ImageAsset tag then delete it.
    4- Reload the IOS project
    5- Rebuild

    Thanks a lot @CarelLotz

  • RoeiDiamantRoeiDiamant USMember

    Worked for me too! Thanks a lot!

  • gromovicgromovic Member ✭✭

    I hate apple...

  • DanielLatikaynenDanielLatikaynen USMember
    edited July 2

    Please get this fixed. It is a productivity killer and drives us crazy.
    For me, the approach with unloading the project file, editing it, and removing all the ImageAsset tags worked, but it is coming back every other build.
    I don't see how removing tags resolves the issue, I mean why are they there if they can be removed? Is Xamarin autogenerating code from a designer or resource manager into the csproj file?

  • tualatintualatin Member ✭✭

    @JamilAttar said:
    1- Unload IOS project
    2- Open the project file for Edit
    3- Find the ImageAsset tag then delete it.
    4- Reload the IOS project
    5- Rebuild

    Thanks a lot @CarelLotz

    Thank you, it's working, I have to delete all entries with ImageAsset. Crazy shit!

  • tualatintualatin Member ✭✭
    edited September 5

    @gromovic said:
    I hate apple...

    I'm really not sure, if it is a problem of Apple, I think it's an issue of Xamarin.

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