Hello, this is my first post on this forum so please forgive me if this is in the wrong place or improperly formatted.
I have recently been working to add some external bundle resources to my iOS application, however, when Xamarin adds the resources to the .csproj file they are added individually, rather than loading them recursively from the given directory. I have had success in making manual edits to the .csproj file to recursively load these resources, but since I am using a link to these externally loaded resources rather than having the resources copied to the resource folder itself(they need to be shared across several projects), the file names are not being resolved properly. Please see the following code snippet for more information.
<BundleResource Include="..\AppResources\**\*.*"> <Link>Resources\AppResources\**\*.*</Link> </BundleResource>
<BundleResource> tag is correctly getting all the files within the "AppResources" folder, however, the
<Link> tag is not maintaining the correct directory structure, will only load one sub-directory named
**, and all files within said sub-directory will be named
*.*. The intended outcome is that the directory structure is maintained and all sub-directories and files within these sub-directories will be coincide with the correct file name.
Any advice as to how I may resolve this issue would be greatly appreciated!