For a project we're using a Storyboard in an iOS Library project, together with multiple iOS projects that share the same Storyboard. We're editing our Storyboards in Xcode, and this has always worked admirably in Studio 5.8 and earlier. After editing the Storyboard in Xcode we could always just return to Studio and Run our project, and the changes would immediately be visible.
But since 5.8.1 last week, it seems more of a trial and error process. Sometimes it helps to clean the iOS project, but often we have to clean and rebuild the whole solution manually to see any changes. But sometimes we even have to quit Studio, remove all bin and obj folders and rebuild before the changes are being picked up.
Anybody else in the same situation having the same problems? Is there perhaps a way to skip the new "faster" iOS build spoken of in the Release Notes?
Perhaps on a related note; when cleaning the library project and then trying to run the project, Studio sometimes throws this error at us without any build output:
We have to manually build the library project in order to continue.
Reverting back to 5.8.0 has solved both issues for us.