Xamarin.iOS 10.14

version:10.14.0 releasedate:2017-08-24


  • The latest features and API requires Xcode 8.3 and the bundled iOS, tvOS and watchOS SDKs;
  • Apple Xcode 8.3 requires a Mac running OSX 10.12 (Sierra) or newer;

What's New

This release is built upon our open sourced SDK, using the d15-4 branch and is based on Mono 5.2 (2017-04).

This is mostly a bug fix releases as most engineering efforts are to support Xcode 9 this fall.

Miscellaneous Enhancements


  • [msbuild] Strip frameworks better. This can save a significant amount of space when using code-sharing: the PIX app saved ~11mb in release mode (when stripping)

Bug Fixes

  • 56345 - [msbuild] Properly generate dSYMs for WatchKit2 appex's
  • 56452 - [jit] Optimize ldloc+ldfld operations for valuetypes, so they don't require making a copy of the valuetype
  • 57266 - [mtouch] Normalize strings that refer to assemblies and their paths before comparing them
  • 57764 - [msbuild] Don't define IOS for tvOS binding projects
  • 57826 - [mtouch] Fix same symbol used in assemblies with/without dlsym
  • 57833 - [mtouch] Check for __Internal p/invokes after processing for exception marshaling
  • 57919 - [bcl] Dynamic object is not supported
  • 58114 - [llvm] csc (Rolsyn) produce fault clauses that the llvm backend does not support

  • 57919 - [bcl] IsComObject() throws PlatformNotSupportedException and breaks uses of dynamic / SLE []

  • 58063 - [linker] Fix reading assemblies with incorrect forwarders []
  • 58264 - [llvm] Assertion: should not be reached at mono/mono/mini/unwind.c:623 []
  • 58446 - [llvm] Fix the calling of fault clauses in llvm compiled code []
  • 58834 - [cecil] Fix MT2102 due to incorrect cecil throws ANE for some debugging symbols []
  • 58367 - [runtime] Parameters passed on the stack use at least 8 bytes on x86-64 []
  • 58778 - [mtouch] Put 'monoprofilerstartup_log' in the symbol list (so it is not stripped) []

API diff

The following documents contains a complete list of the API changes since our stable 10.12 (SR2) release:

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