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#rockbox log for 2004-04-07

00:00:03amiconnmp3fixer problem: my statement is vaild only for the windows binary (latest version).
00:00:06LinusNsome of the debug code is probably obsolete
00:00:12[IDC]Dragondunno how much the voice UI costs
00:01:03[IDC]Dragonnot much code, the menu/option tables got an extra member
00:02:30midknight2k3Anybody:
00:02:41midknight2k3../../apps/plugins/clock2.c:551: warning: assignment discards qualifiers from pointer target type
00:02:52[IDC]DragonWell, you know about computer users behaving like an ideal gas, always fill the available space
00:02:59midknight2k3and the code on line 551 is
00:03:00midknight2k3 logo = clocklogo_1;
00:03:08midknight2k3on 548 i've got
00:03:09midknight2k3 unsigned char* logo = 0;
00:03:12midknight2k3any ideas?
00:03:30LinusNand the type of clocklogo_1?
00:03:40midknight2k3const unsigned char
00:03:49midknight2k3that's the problem isn't it :D
00:03:50LinusNnot a pointer?
00:03:57midknight2k3the original isn't
00:04:33[IDC]DragonI gotta sleep
00:04:33LinusN[IDC]Dragon: nite
00:04:33midknight2k3nite idc
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00:04:37LinusNmidknight2k3: and if you remove the const?
00:05:03midknight2k3all right
00:05:08midknight2k3linus is the code master!
00:05:39LinusNonly as a test
00:05:45midknight2k3oh yes works
00:06:14LinusNok, then do a cast instead of removing the const
00:06:30Doggerhi all,
00:06:32Doggerhows it going
00:06:38LinusNDogger: hi
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00:07:31midknight2k3LinusN: ?
00:07:53LinusNlogo = (unsigned char *)clocklogo_1;
00:08:07midknight2k3and replace the "const"?
00:08:25LinusNor declare logo as const as well
00:08:54LinusNdoesn't hurt
00:09:22midknight2k3works without warnings even without replacing the const
00:09:24midknight2k3still should?
00:09:50midknight2k3OMFG
00:09:59midknight2k3what's 749 * 2?
00:10:14midknight2k3oh wait
00:10:16midknight2k3boo
00:10:54midknight2k3well ok linus
00:10:58midknight2k3i think my update is done
00:14:53amiconnLinusN: Is it possible to call a C function from within assembler code?
00:16:22Doggercourse
00:16:33Doggeryou can do anything in assembler
00:17:20amiconnTo be more precise: _How_ can I do this? (in rockbox)
00:19:15LinusNamiconn: look in crt0.S
00:20:18LinusNmidknight2k3: you should declare both as const, without the cast
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00:21:47amiconnSo I only need to load the value of the name _foobar (if I want to call the function foobar()) into a register, load the parameters into the appropriate registers (I already figured these out) and execute a jsr?
00:22:45LinusNyes
00:23:05amiconnHmm, easy one.
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00:23:49amiconnEven easier if I want to call an api function from a plugin (rb->xxx is already the function poiter).
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00:27:35midknight2k3wait
00:27:37midknight2k3linus
00:27:48midknight2k3so const unsigned char clocklogo[] = {bla];
00:27:49midknight2k3and
00:28:01midknight2k3const unsigned char *logo = clocklogo[];?
00:28:45LinusNno, const unsigned char *logo = clocklogo;
00:28:55midknight2k3ok thanks
00:29:01LinusNwhy do you need a pointer to it in the first place?
00:29:12midknight2k3for striping the logo
00:29:23midknight2k3*stole the striping code + proud of it
00:29:25LinusNstriping?
00:29:26midknight2k3:)
00:29:29midknight2k3yeah
00:29:40midknight2k3lcd_bitmap supports 8px high
00:29:43midknight2k3but the logo is higher
00:29:56midknight2k3main_menu.c, in function "show_logo"
00:29:56LinusNlcd_bitmap can do 16 iirc
00:30:07midknight2k3hmm either way
00:30:10midknight2k3it's striped
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00:31:18LinusNhow high is your logo?
00:31:25midknight2k3gahh
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00:31:35midknight2k3there are actually 4 :)
00:31:50midknight2k3all of them are 37
00:32:30LinusNok
00:32:42midknight2k3so this way
00:32:47midknight2k3the one function can display it
00:32:59midknight2k3by having logo point to the one i want
00:33:16midknight2k3hmm this isn't working well
00:33:19midknight2k3can i just leave the cast?
00:34:34LinusNit complains without it?
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00:35:56midknight2k3yes
00:36:07midknight2k3with the cast it works fine
00:37:26LinusNit should not complain
00:37:52LinusNnot if both types are const unsigned char
00:38:05midknight2k3*sobs
00:38:23midknight2k3ok ok
00:38:40midknight2k3wait so
00:38:42midknight2k3 unsigned char* logo = 0;
00:38:42midknight2k3
00:38:42midknight2k3 if(settings.logo == 1)
00:38:42DBUGEnqueued KICK midknight2k3
00:38:42midknight2k3 logo = (unsigned char *)clocklogo_1;
00:38:44midknight2k3is what i have now
00:38:50midknight2k3change what to const unsigned char
00:38:55midknight2k3the if body
00:38:58midknight2k3or the declaration?
00:39:10LinusNthe declaration
00:39:20LinusNand remove the cast
00:39:32midknight2k3like so then?
00:39:35midknight2k3 const unsigned char* logo = 0;
00:39:35midknight2k3
00:39:35midknight2k3 if(settings.logo == 1)
00:39:35midknight2k3 logo = char clocklogo_1;
00:39:41midknight2k3or remove the "char" too?
00:40:05midknight2k3removed the char..
00:40:10midknight2k3now i'm back where i started
00:40:11midknight2k3../../apps/plugins/clock2.c:564: warning: passing arg 1 of pointer to function discards qualifiers from pointer target type
00:40:39midknight2k3oh
00:40:41midknight2k3i seeee
00:40:41midknight2k3wait
00:40:42midknight2k3wait
00:40:57midknight2k3oh wait never mind
00:41:00midknight2k3so can we just keep the cast
00:43:59LinusNdo whatever you please
00:44:17midknight2k3now you tell me :)
00:44:43LinusNjust keep the logo array const
00:45:09midknight2k3all right
00:45:09midknight2k3DONE
00:45:10midknight2k3YES
00:45:11***Alert Mode level 1
00:45:11midknight2k3FINALLY
00:45:42midknight2k3NO
00:45:44midknight2k3NO NO!
00:45:57midknight2k3OH NOOOOO
00:48:25midknight2k3ah great
00:48:58midknight2k3LinusN, do me a favor please?
00:49:04midknight2k3try this plugin out on your box?
00:49:23LinusNis it working?
00:49:28midknight2k3just one problem
00:49:33midknight2k3but i think it has to do with the sim
00:49:49midknight2k3bah
00:49:50midknight2k3forgot
00:50:02midknight2k3can't comple for target
00:50:03midknight2k3ok
00:50:06midknight2k3can i send you the source
00:50:10midknight2k3and you try it?
00:50:31LinusNemail it
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00:51:34midknight2k3great thanks
00:54:43midknight2k3sent
00:54:51midknight2k3hope the source works...
00:55:00midknight2k3said the attachment was 0 bytes
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00:57:20amiconnLinusN: Don't know if you revisited the irc logs, so I can tell you that my grayscale framework is almost complete. Just implemented an optimization proposed by Jörg.
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01:01:27LinusNamiconn: noce
01:01:34LinusNnice
01:01:55midknight2k3LinusN: any luck?
01:03:43LinusN0 bytes
01:04:11midknight2k3was that directed at me?
01:04:16midknight2k3:)
01:04:21LinusNclock2.c was 0 bytes long
01:04:25midknight2k3gahhhh
01:04:59midknight2k3i'm just going to hold off a bit
01:05:02midknight2k3tomorrow i'll submit it
01:05:40midknight2k3rather major update
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01:05:52midknight2k3thanks for your help
01:05:54midknight2k3i'm off
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01:06:01amiconnDoes somebody want to see some scales of gray on his display (recorder or fm required)?
01:06:45LinusNi do
01:09:20diddystar5:( just if my box worked
01:09:43amiconnLinusN: http://arnold-j.bei.t-online.de/grayscale.rock
01:10:01diddystar5I can't seem to find ANYTHING that even makes a LED turn on on my box
01:10:17diddystar5i need to go grab a volt meter, and test for electrivcity in it
01:10:19diddystar5goota go
01:10:22diddystar5bye
01:10:28amiconnbye diddystar5
01:10:28LinusNbye
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01:11:57amiconnLinusN: The actual output is only a demo, there are primitives to set/invert pixels, set/invert lines, draw rectangles, fill/invert rectangles and display grayscale bitmaps (not shown).
01:13:16amiconnThe only missing primitive is the display of a bitmap with foreground and background "color". There are also not font routines since the font access is not exposed via the api.
01:13:36LinusNlooks cool
01:13:49amiconn:-))
01:15:27amiconnYou could construct your own "font" and display it via the "bitmap display with foreground/backgroud". This still has to be written (shouldn't be that hard).
01:18:34LinusNhow about power consumption when accessing the lcd like that?
01:19:39amiconnDon't know if Jörg did some measurement, I didn't do one (yet). Maybe I will measure tomorrow.
01:20:22amiconnIt's shouldn't make much of a difference with the display, but the CPU is active 50% of the time.
01:20:31amiconn*It
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01:34:18elinenbeamiconn: very nice demo...
01:34:40elinenbewhat about a "visualization" to start out with....
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01:35:16amiconnHmm, just some boring lines and rectangles. The framework should be very interesting for our game plugin programmers, though...
01:35:42elinenbeamiconn: what about displaying jpegs that are contained withing ID3 tags, or a picture viewer?
01:37:26amiconnHmm, I did not (yet) deal with jpeg compression. Probably the plugin buffer is not large enough for that, especially if I use most of it for my grayscale buffer.
01:38:03elinenbelooking forward to what's coming up... don't forget to post the code to sourceforge :)
01:38:11amiconnBut it should be possible to write a viewer for uncompressed image formats (bmp comes to mind, or pnm)
01:38:53amiconnWill post it, as soon as the last graphics primitive function is written and tested.
01:39:56elinenbesounds great! What about a grayscale interface −− is that possible?
01:40:48amiconnShould be possible, but I think it's not worth to waste half CPU power just for the interface.
01:42:35amiconnThe most challenging thing about rockbox plugin programming is the tight space (only 32 KB)
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01:56:37elinenbeah....
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02:03:06LinusNtime to sleep, cu guys
02:03:19amiconnNight LinusN.
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02:54:23amiconnelinenbe: Wanna try my new version? This one even has some text (well, just "hello").
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03:00:38Kenshirohi!!!!
03:01:02Kenshiroi love rockbox
03:01:56Kenshiroi just buy a MP3 player (archos studio 20)
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03:02:38Kenshiroand i want to know if a picth control exist on this player?
03:02:59Kenshiroare you sleeping?
03:03:11Kenshiroi'm french....
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07:26:55pvhHelp!
07:27:17pvhI replaced the screen in my rockbox and now I'm having some trouble with it.
07:32:38dwihnoYou replaced it?
07:32:53dwihnoThe charcell/LCD or the plastic covering it?
07:36:05pvhthe LCD on my recorder.
07:36:46pvhHere's what I did: open the recorder. remove the 6 solder points around the sides, and the two at the end (with embedded wires.)
07:37:22pvhlift the interface board, remove the old LCD cable, put the new one in
07:37:27pvhclose it up, resolder the points
07:37:32pvhnow it's gone intermittant
07:37:35pvhstill no LCD output
07:38:01pvhseems to play music, though sometimes just out of one ear. i suspect something isn't grounded.
07:38:05pvhare the solder points grounding points?
07:39:07dwihnoHm. You should talk to Linus
07:40:17pvhAlright.
07:40:22pvhWhen is he around usually?
07:40:45dwihnoWell.
07:40:58dwihnoDunno really :)
07:41:03pvhHah.
07:41:06dwihnoIn a couple of hours, I would guess.
07:41:23pvhWell, I'll idle for a while while I experiment with it.
07:41:28pvhI sincerely hope I haven't borked it.
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21:01:11Graduisicanybody know if there's any 3rd party firmware for the gmini 120?
21:01:47midknight2k3none
21:01:49midknight2k3yet
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21:24:50yozacI'm having trouble formatting my archos from linux. Anybody have any experience with this?
21:25:40midknight2k3not i
21:37:47yozacusing: mkdosfs -F 32 /dev/sda1
21:38:05yozacbut niether archos nor rockbox can recognize the disk . . .
21:39:19yozacno help?
21:39:46amiconnSorry, don't know these details about linux.
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22:14:05Floany german here ?
22:15:22amiconnyup
22:15:31Flogut
22:15:50Flohast du ahnung von den Archos Jukeboxes ?
22:16:17amiconnplease stick to english in the channel. pm me for german.
22:26:18midknight2k3hey amiconn
22:26:33midknight2k3your grayscale soyurce looks like gibberish to me... or is it just my browser/pc?
22:29:47amiconnHmm, did you really select the source? The compiled plugin really looks like gibberish when displayed as text.
22:38:43midknight2k3no, it was the source
22:38:46midknight2k3does it work for you?
22:41:20amiconnOf course it works for me since it is written by me. The download works for me as well (both with Mozilla 1.6 and IE 6).
22:42:34midknight2k3ok ty
22:49:43midknight2k3works now thanks
22:50:03midknight2k3OYAH
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22:57:14midknight2k3YES
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22:57:51top_blokehey
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23:04:10pvhHullo, is anyone familiar with the hardware around?
23:04:30pvhI'm having trouble with my 'box, and I wonder if I could get some information from someone more experienced than me.
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23:04:42midknight2k3idc woo
23:04:47pvhhey idc.
23:04:52top_blokeask and maybe someone will know
23:04:54amiconnHi Jörg
23:04:55midknight2k3idc might
23:04:59[IDC]DragonHi guys
23:05:01pvhPerfect timing then.
23:05:19pvhIDC, I'm trying to fix the screen in my 'box, but after reassembling it, I still didn't get output.
23:05:42pvhI don't think I damaged anything when I took it apart, but I wonder if you might advise me a little.
23:05:44[IDC]DragonAh, that's you
23:06:05pvhAye −− I'm one of the ones with the rare variant of the flash as well.
23:06:09[IDC]Dragondid you insert the flexstrip to the very end?
23:06:28pvhI thought so. I'm just heating up the soldering iron again to test it.
23:06:37[IDC]Dragonsoldering?
23:06:43[IDC]Dragonit's a plug.
23:06:49pvhYes, but I have to get the top board off again.
23:06:55[IDC]Dragonah
23:07:16pvhDo the contact points on the frame act as grounds?
23:07:40pvhor can I test it while it's disassembled...
23:07:44[IDC]Dragonyou understood that you have to pull that frame outwards, by ~2mm, to release the flexstrip?
23:08:34pvhI removed the old LCD (with its plastic frame) first, and when I put in the new LCD, I popped up both sides of the plug.
23:08:35[IDC]Dragonand after inserting the new one, push it back it to tighten the fit?
23:08:59[IDC]Dragon"popped up"?
23:09:12pvhOut?
23:09:20pvhThe little clasps on either side that lock the strip in place.
23:09:35[IDC]Dragonand you re-seated that?
23:09:43pvhYes.
23:10:06[IDC]Dragonbe sure it's really all the way in, use a tweezer to apply some force.
23:10:13pvhI will on my second attempt now, yes.
23:10:26pvhAre the solder points on the frame important, or can I leave them detached while I check my results?
23:10:39[IDC]Dragonwhich model?
23:10:57pvhRecorder 10g
23:11:09[IDC]Dragonshould work without
23:11:16pvhinterface board 2.1b
23:11:23[IDC]DragonI have mine loose all the time
23:11:34pvhOkay, good.
23:11:47pvhAny advice about how to test the batteries without putting too much stress on the ends?
23:11:52[IDC]Dragonand I had the LCD out while doing the UART boot mod
23:12:18midknight2k3bye all
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23:12:34*pvh has had a really hard time with the solder points connecting to MP3 Front. The microphone keeps getting it the way of the desoldering bulb.
23:12:39[IDC]Dragonyou can try without batteries and HD, plugged to the charger
23:13:03pvhNice. Should I get LCD output?
23:13:06[IDC]Dragonyou'll get as far as an ATA error on screen
23:13:17pvhThat's excellent.
23:13:30*pvh opens a window to let the flux fumes out.
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23:14:21[IDC]Dragonamiconn?
23:15:06amiconnYup?
23:15:57[IDC]DragonCan you or the log tell Linus that remove() can't delete empty directories, because it uses open() which explicitely checks for dirs and returns -8 if so.
23:16:27[IDC]DragonOtherwise, my recursive tree deletion works.
23:17:16[IDC]DragonI have it implemented in the On+Play menu, high-level code and the tree walk is implemented.
23:17:41amiconnWhat is recursive deletion good for?
23:18:26[IDC]Dragondeleting a non-empty directory
23:18:51[IDC]Dragone.g. some album or artist you don't like
23:19:27[IDC]Dragongotta go
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23:30:27pvhErk... Is anyone else around who might be able to advise me?
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