I've just started testing Xamarin Studio, I have a Start account so I'm facing the 64kb limit, so far I haven't got any trouble with the stuff I've been testing for iOS development.
That is until I tried to test a Component from the Component Store. I tried to download the Reactive Extensions component for Xamarin, but after doing so the size of my app exceeded the 64 kb limits. I thought that by removing the references in my classes would reset the size of my app to how previously would let me again test my project, but I still got the message saying my app was too big.
I even deleted the Components folder in my solution, but still the size is too large. I get warnings stating the reference System.Reactive.xxx is not valid for the target framework of the project. How can a reference still exist if I'm not using the library anymore? I even deleted the folder from my solution.
When I click on Edit Components... on my iOS project it says no Components are on the project, but the Reactive Extensions component is still listed as downloaded. Do I have to uninstall the component? If I create an empty project I don't have problem compiling, but now the project I was working on is ruined since the total size is larger than the 64Kb limit.
What files are causing this problem? How can I rescue my current progress? I want to avoid copy-pasting my files, but if that is the only way I'll have to deal with it then.
Any help will be of great help.