You’re trying to use the Verifone FileSignature.exe command line tool to sign your application before deployment on your eVo terminal, and you get this error message :
This could happen, for example, if you’re using the sign.bat batch in the Verifone VMAC application folder (ex : C:\eVoAps\VMAC\2.1.0\Output\RV\Core\Files).
So, what’s happening ? Continue reading
So, you’re using the vrxlib.exe tool to create a shared library for your Verifone Verix/eVo application, and linking fails with the following error :
Reading library description MYLIB.LID
VRXLIB: (MYLIB.LID line 4) line too long
VRXLIB: 1 errors in MYLIB.LID
The error is simple to fix, but it may not be what it looks like.
You’re playing with the Verifone eVo/Verix SDK, and are trying to draw a couple of lines on the screen. No big deal you think. You found the draw_line() function, read its (meager) documentation, and tried to use it. Unsuccessfully. Nothing is displayed. If draw_line() returns 0, you probably just messed up with the coordinates or you’re writing with the same color as the background. If the return value is -1, you need to check the errno value. Continue reading