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#rockbox log for 2005-05-07

00:02:48*LinusN forgot to log off irc when he left
00:03:12amiconnhi LinusN
00:03:19LinusNhi
00:03:43[IDC]DragonHi there
00:03:53Tanghi Linus
00:04:54[IDC]DragonLinusN, do you mind -ffunction-sections -fdata-sections for th iriver bootloader?
00:07:01*rasher updates ircstats
00:07:06*[IDC]Dragon is sleepy + says goodnight
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00:17:09amiconnLinusN: Did you read about my findings of unused functions?
00:17:25LinusNno
00:17:58amiconnI did a compile with splitting functions and data into separate sections, and then linked with garbage collection
00:18:16amiconnFor recorder v1, there are 17 unused functions and 2 unused variables
00:18:31amiconn(and I found a bug while doing that)
00:19:11LinusNthe ata_device variable?
00:19:16amiconnyup
00:19:39amiconnThe garbage-collected version crashed on 'View HW info' because of that
00:20:02amiconnCPUAdrEr from trying to access the unaligned char as an int
00:21:04oddholy crap: http://gregpalast.com/detail.cfm?artid=426&row=0
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00:31:48LinusNgotta get some sleep
00:31:50LinusNnite all
00:32:06MoosCamarogood night
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00:36:21Tangbye all
00:36:22Tang:)
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00:59:34oddhttp://action.eff.org/site/Advocacy?id=115
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01:11:48*HCl isn't from usa so can't help, unfortunately.
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02:29:49*Bagder does Makefile cleanups
02:30:03HClany news XShocK ?
02:30:10*HCl should work on a gui for the searchengine
02:30:17HCli'll prolly finish it tomorrow.
02:46:21*amiconn found more unused code...
02:47:58*Bagder scratches head
02:49:39amiconnThere's an ugly clash as well - int debug_fm_detection gets defined twice
02:49:46Bagderugha
02:49:58amiconnOnly the linker garbage collector will find that
02:50:32amiconnThere's a problem - one definition is in firmware/tuner_samsung.c, the other in apps/recorder/radio.c
02:50:48amiconnBest solution is to completely remove it, imho
02:50:58Bagderyes
02:51:22Bagdersince the firmware one is in a lib, the apps one would override it on link, won't it?
02:51:41amiconnHmm, then the debug menu option doesn't make much sense any more
02:52:07amiconnThe problem is that this is an apps-firmware cross dependency
02:52:30HCldoes anyone know how i can make vim autoindent code with 4 spaces rather than 8 ?
02:52:37amiconnif I remove it from radio.c, then compiling for a target with a philips tuner only would fail
02:52:59amiconnHCl: Sorry, no vim here
02:53:06Bagderno vim here either
02:54:46amiconnBagder: I think you're right about the override on link, but when I link with −−gc-sections, linking fails
02:54:51rasherHCl: hang on..
02:55:09Bagderamiconn: yes, and it is still not very nice
02:55:18Bagderunless intended
02:55:36Bagderbut it it was intended, it should've been mentioned
02:55:53amiconnYup. The question is whether the fm debug item should stay
02:56:05amiconnFM is not yet working on iriver...
02:56:08Bagderno opinion from me really
02:56:58HClamiconn: australianperson was working on that recently.
02:57:08rasherset ts=4
02:57:09rasherset expandtab
02:57:12rasheris what I have
02:57:23amiconnHCl: I know... austriancoder btw
02:58:56HClyea
02:59:04HClrasher: odd, i have that, i think...
02:59:09amiconnThe point is that the debug menu item displays 2 things. (1) whether fm hardware was detected and (2) a value which is meant for debugging (1), but only has a meaning for the samsung tuner chip
02:59:47HClah well..
02:59:48amiconnI will remove (2), but don't know whether I should leave (1) in place
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03:00:10HCli think austriancoder had 1 working on iriver
03:00:23amiconn..and (2) displayed as 0, yes
03:00:51rasherHCl: hrm, I also have (on another computer) sts=4
03:00:58rashernot sure what that does :-\
03:01:03amiconn(that's correct, as it has no meaning for the philips tuner)
03:03:11HClmaybe its short for set..?
03:03:16HCli'll try to add that.
03:03:51HCldoesn't work..
03:03:53rasherno, set sts=4
03:03:54HClsomething with tags
03:03:59HCloh
03:03:59HClok
03:04:18HClnope :/ still 8...
03:04:23HClwhenever i do a { and press enter
03:04:26HClit'll add 8 spaces
03:04:28HClrather than 4...
03:04:46rasherah yes..
03:04:48rasherbugger, that
03:04:57rasherI think that's mandated by the syntax file or something
03:04:58*HCl asks in vim
03:05:04HCl#vim
03:05:04HCli mean
03:07:03HCl03:02 < strull> HCl: :he 'sw
03:07:13rashero.O
03:07:29Bagderand people say emacs is strange ;-)
03:07:31rasherah
03:07:57HClah.
03:08:02HClBagder: my thoughts exactly
03:08:03HCl :P
03:08:05HClapparently
03:08:08HClits set sw=4
03:08:10*HCl goes to try
03:08:27rasherhe might as well have said ":help shiftwidth"
03:08:33rasherlazy bugger
03:08:47HCl'shiftwidth' 'sw' number (default 8)
03:08:47HCl local to buffer
03:08:47HCl Number of spaces to use for each step of (auto)indent. Used for
03:08:47HCl |'cindent'|, |>>|, |<<|, etc.
03:08:50HClyay, much better.
03:09:12rasheryes indeed
03:09:26Bagderweird...
03:09:42Bagdercrt0.o is not found in librockbox.a
03:09:51rasheroh, I actually had shiftwidth in one of my .vimrcs
03:09:55Bagderit is simply picked from the file with that name
03:10:18Bagdereven thought it _is_ in the lib
03:11:13BagderI'm making the build put the objects in a dir hierarchy
03:11:35rasherHCl: "filetype indent on" is also nice
03:13:51Bagder...and it even seems to work
03:15:37XShocKHCl: i am sorry. wasn't here
03:15:47XShocKi Actually didn't do anything at all
03:16:08rasherBagder: digest is weirded out again btw :-\
03:16:21rasheror rather, hasn't been built.. did you remove it from the automaticness?
03:16:54Bagderno...
03:17:24rasheruh..
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03:30:13HClfonts are drawn downwards from the xy you put in putsxy, right?
03:34:27Bagderyes, afair
03:37:38HClyup, my word wrapping code works fine.
03:37:41HClgnight.
03:37:57*HCl will continue with it tomorrow to create a very crude search query editor
03:38:32rashermore word wrapping code o.O
03:38:41rasherHCl: did you look at the viewer plugin?
03:38:45HClnope.
03:38:46rasher-patch
03:38:56rasherThere's wrodwrapping as well
03:39:06HCli need an implementation that can tell me exactly where a word is located on the screen
03:39:17HCli sort of assumed there wouldn't be an implementation that allows that yet.
03:39:28rasherah, probably correct
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03:39:45HClgnight
03:45:06amiconnMeh, I see red :(
03:45:56HClit wasn't meh
03:46:02amiconnThe config variables are really a bit messy :(
03:46:03*HCl rolls over and falls asleep
03:46:11amiconnHCl: No, it was me :(
03:46:46amiconnWth is HAVE_CHARGING undefined for the simulators?
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04:05:08amiconnThe changelogs in the cvs compile status table are somewhat off...
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04:59:34kaltekcan i get some help with my jukebox studio 20?
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05:00:53kalteki have a nforce board and my jukebox isnt reconized
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12:40:55MoosCamaroHey all
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13:25:58Chamoishi
13:26:15Chamoisaustriancoder : news about fm radio and remote control ?
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13:33:27ashridahyou scared him!
13:34:37Chamoisi am sorry
13:34:39Chamois:-(
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14:32:42dwihnoAnyone know what's causing the "cooking" effect of mp3s?
14:33:03dwihnoor whatever that decook utilities do
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14:59:35Adityahello
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15:00:59MoosCamarohi
15:03:38AdityaSo I found this like 2 days ago.. now I am all crazy about learning about firmware :P
15:07:58Adityaany of ou guys know some good books for low level stuff?
15:22:58ashridaha good deal of rockbox isn't really all that low level.
15:23:22ashridahit's often just a matter of sticking to the minimal c library implementation rockbox provides
15:24:09DMJCheh pity there's no magical set workign to 1
15:24:19SlasheriHmm, I am still wondering why a sleep call in debug_menu.c (the part that plays the sample.wav in while loop) crashes rockbox kernel but yeild will not.
15:24:42ashridahDMJC: haha. a 'do_what_i_mean() function? :)
15:24:56DMJCthink windows registry key
15:25:13DMJCcrashes: value=0
15:25:43ashridahDMJC: that would imply that rockbox was in any way finished, just disabled.
15:25:46DMJCor in rockbox's case... just playback my damn files = 1
15:25:56DMJCheh
15:26:36ashridahof course, unless you'd like to take over from where Linus left off, learn coldfire assembly, and start working on the complicated task of buffer management and watermarking...
15:26:46DMJCheh
15:27:00DMJCI'm working on the trident dri 3d gfx driver for linux/X
15:27:16DMJCI think that'll keep me busy enough for a while
15:28:57Adityawhoa
15:29:08Adityathe 2 mins I am away, people start talking
15:29:26Adityaso rockbox has some sort of "api" already?
15:29:32DMJCif I work on rockbox, at best I get some features going
15:29:41DMJCif I get my laptop's videocard doing 3d..
15:29:47DMJCwell.. hehehe
15:30:49AdityaI am just waiting for my higher level engineering courses
15:31:02AdityaI am pretty good on the software side, just need to get my hardware side up to speed
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15:32:01DMJCthey made me learn java at uni
15:32:10DMJCno C
15:32:18DMJCof all the useless courses..
15:32:24ashridahAditya: yes. it's got a full api, including the ability to load modules at runtime.
15:32:31DMJCwould've been better off enrolling in engineering
15:32:45ashridahit's fairly extensive, it just doesn't have much in the way of a cohesive playback system, since the original platforms did hardware decoding
15:33:32Adityaah
15:33:37ashridahDMJC: engineering tends to focus on c++ and java, i find. computer science tends towards C (plus some other object oriented language, usually)
15:33:50DMJCcomputing science did java here
15:34:00DMJCand that's why UNISA sucks
15:34:03Adityacause yeah.. I was reading some of the source files.. and the all had random calls to functions like backlit_display_do_something()
15:34:05DMJCsame with adelaide
15:34:08ashridahit started off with java here, but adds C the next year.
15:34:14Adityawell..
15:34:18AdityaCS is not about language
15:34:58AdityaCS at my school starts with JAVA to get total newbies used to programming.. then they go to C, then assembly, pascal and w/e else there is. Some courses actually use multiple languages
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15:35:16DMJCwhich school?
15:35:20Adityabut I am a Comp Engineering major.. so looking forward to the engineering part
15:35:31Adityauniversity of maryland,college park
15:35:36DMJCk
15:35:46DMJCfriend of mine went to stanford...
15:35:52DMJCI mean berkeley
15:35:54ashridahgood lord. places still teach pascal?!
15:35:54Adityaheh
15:35:58DMJChe's at stanford doing PHd
15:36:01DMJCheh
15:36:09Adityayou'd be surprised ash
15:36:17DMJCberkeley had such a large language choice I was shocked when I saw it
15:36:29Adityabut basically, its supposed to teach you how to think in different environments
15:36:34DMJCfrom pascal and cobol, to C/C++/C#/.net
15:36:39DMJCit's pretty crazy
15:36:40ashridahAditya: i agree, that's a good idea.
15:37:00AdityaI dont think our school does C#.. but thats JAVA basically anyways..
15:37:16ashridahi'm just surprised that anyone sees pascal as relevent, except as an exercise in either a) maintaing old code or b) reading old code for conversion.
15:37:17AdityaI am waiting for like digital logic design or microprocessors (!!!)
15:37:21ashridahi probably shouldn't be that surprised
15:37:30DMJC1.01ghz ppc g4
15:37:35ashridahi just used a paper on binary tree rebalancing which had code in pascal that i had to convert to C
15:37:36DMJChmm.. how did that clock increase..
15:37:39Adityabrb.. switching back to PC
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15:51:52Adityawheeeeeee
15:51:56Aditya*ahem
15:52:02Adityastupid mcafee and its port blocking
15:52:32*DMJC returns to stabbing osx tiger in the face
15:52:45Adityahmm?
15:52:48Adityaproblems?
15:52:55DMJCtrying to run it in pearpc
15:53:01Adityaoh
15:53:01Adityaheh
15:53:06DMJChas some... issues
15:53:07AdityaI don't like OSX in general
15:53:14Adityabut I won't go there
15:53:23DMJCtheir CLI tools suck
15:53:35DMJCand their gui leaves some to be desired
15:53:49Adityawell if you ask me.. there are many things in OSX that are there just to be different.. which annoys me..
15:54:12DMJCthe apple menu is as old as apple itself
15:54:23Adityapeople have this stupid idea that using other's interface ideas is somehow bad.. yet people always talk about open source or w/e..
15:54:59Adityaxp's start menu is the best I have seen.. I find it easier to use that .. even more so than the desktop
15:55:07DMJCI dunno
15:55:13DMJCgnome 2.10 has a damn nice menu system
15:55:32DMJCthe places menu has made nautilus a lot more appealing for me
15:55:47DMJCI'm starting to use it when I would normally use CLI for similar tasks
15:56:18Adityaeh
15:56:32Adityaadobe and macromedia need to make a linux version of photoshop and flash
15:56:36Adityathen I will move over to linux
15:56:44Adityabut right now.. I am missing those two
15:56:50Adityaon linux that is
15:56:55DMJCwell... that's adobe now
15:57:01DMJCthey bought out macromedia
15:57:13DMJCmacromedia said that they were porting flash
15:57:23DMJCand adobe has updated reader 7
15:57:26ashridahAditya: whoever made XP's start menu goofed. it should never have had a way to cover itself with a submenu.
15:57:31DMJCit no longer sucks, has proper desktop
15:58:11Bagderadobe reader 7 on linux even uses libcurl! ;-)
15:58:19Bagderauthored by yours truly
15:58:35DMJCheh cool
15:59:14Adityaash, what do you mean by submenu?
15:59:22Adityadont the submenus expand to the right?
15:59:34Adityaoh you mean the all programs thing?
15:59:43DMJCif you like winxp so much
15:59:49DMJChttp://xpde.com/
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16:00:06DMJChttp://xpde.com/shots.php kind of disturbing
16:00:27Adityathats very cool
16:00:35Adityaits not disturbing..
16:00:42DMJCstill waiting for a proper gtk version of notepad
16:00:51Adityabecause people can now easily convince family to use linux
16:00:51DMJCand a wordpad port damnit
16:01:11Adityacause I know I wouldn't be able to do it for a thousand years if I used gnome and asked my bro or dad to start using linux
16:01:30DMJCyou could skin gnome to look very close to winxp
16:01:47Adityayeah. but I would have to fiddle with all the menus and such
16:01:50Adityathis is much easier :P
16:01:55DMJCyeah
16:02:08DMJCa full explorer.exe remake on linux would be kind of interesting
16:02:33AdityaI aminly like the alt-tabbing they managed to reproduce
16:02:38DMJCbut that's what reactos is for
16:02:39Adityamainly*
16:03:05DMJCwhat linux is to unix
16:03:08DMJCreactos is to windows
16:04:10Adityahah cool
16:04:15ashridahexcept reactos is supposed to be binary-compatible.
16:04:18ashridahwhich linux is not
16:04:18AdityaI prob wouldn't use it yet though
16:06:35DMJCreactos is getting there but it's quite a long time off being useful
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16:12:08DMJCwhat the hell
16:12:17DMJCwine outperforms windows in some areas?
16:12:24DMJChttp://winehq.org/?issue=273
16:12:28DMJCscroll to near bottom
16:17:25AdityaI am thinking because of page file stuff
16:17:31Adityalinux might have a better way to do that
16:18:40DMJCheh welcome to swap partitions
16:18:55DMJCmore efficient caching of hdd
16:21:55Adityayeah
16:22:10AdityaI am going to get a gig of ram over the summer
16:22:15Adityawhich will put me at 1.7 gigs..
16:22:21Adityashouldn't need a pagefile then :P
16:22:34Bagderwindows will swap anyway
16:22:40Bagderlinux doesn't
16:23:54Bagder(at least not until you actually start using most of it)
16:24:28DMJCsic
16:24:36DMJCI'm saving for another 1gb of ddr 400
16:24:55Bagderwhat ARE you doing with all that ram?
16:24:55DMJCbattlefield 2 wants 1gb as recommended
16:25:04Bagderah games...
16:25:09DMJCcompiling code, games
16:25:14Bagdercode?
16:25:22DMJCopen office is 1.5gb
16:25:22BagderI have 512KB, it is more than enough for code
16:25:39DMJCmainly games/media
16:25:43Bagder1.5gb ram when compiling?
16:25:51DMJCoh yeah... I have apple shake 3
16:25:56DMJCand maya 6.0
16:26:05DMJCmaya I can actually use..
16:29:13Adityaerm
16:29:18AdityaI can run maya on 512 mb
16:29:20Adityaworks just fine
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16:29:35Adityaand no.. you can turn off page files
16:29:46Adityawindows wont use them until you run out of most of ur memory anyways
16:30:29DMJCcan run maya on 512 mb
16:30:34DMJCbut you don't really want to
16:30:46DMJChell the more ram maya gets the better
16:31:23DMJCram, cpus, and gfx cards are all the same... you always want faster and larger capacities of all
16:32:12Adityayeah I know
16:32:19AdityaI have 768 mb of ram right now
16:32:24Adityaand a 128 mb ATI AIW
16:32:29Adityait runs fine
16:33:34DMJCthat's roughly the same
16:33:45DMJCgeforce 4 ti 4800se 128mb, and 1gb ram
16:35:18Adityaeh.. geforce ti..
16:35:44AdityaI am obligated to fight you to the death as you are using nvidia
16:35:45Aditya:P
16:35:49AdityaRAWR
16:36:04DMJCmy drivers work on bsd yours don't I = win
16:36:54DMJCnice and simple how it breaks down to platforms it runs on and performance
16:38:00Adityaoh
16:38:03AdityaI use slack
16:38:06Adityaand ATI works on there
16:38:18DMJCrunning gentoo atm, but i dabbled in bsd
16:38:27DMJCfreebsd isn't too bad
16:38:34Adityaeh
16:38:39Adityano real motivation for me to try it
16:38:55DMJCyeah if your existing setup works, don't change it
16:39:30DMJCI'm one of those crazy tweaker people who's always trying new platforms and crazy emulation schemes
16:43:11RickConsider emulating the human brain
16:44:12DMJCheh too many registers..
16:44:36DMJChuman brain basically isn't possible to emulate on a pc
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17:07:55zehaha
17:08:02zethats like emulating a supercomputer on a c64
17:09:19Adityadamn rage against the machine has a bad ass guitarist
17:09:33zethough if you got everyone on the internet to cooperate with a distributed computing emulation
17:09:44zethen you might get somewhere
17:09:47zemaybe
17:10:02Adityaze: the human brain has lots of relational stuff that really can't be programmed into a comp very well now
17:10:12zeAditya: true
17:10:30HClhello
17:10:58Adityaheylo
17:12:20zereally many elements... its analog, physically self-reorganizing, ...
17:12:33zeoh, and hi.
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19:30:30rasherooh, lcd details for h300
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19:48:05thegeekhm, I can't remember if this is where I found it, what is the url to that irc-topic-image-collector?
19:51:18HClwhats a good ftp client for windows..
19:52:20thegeekflashfxp
19:52:21thegeek;)
19:52:54HClum.
19:53:10HClmrf :/
19:53:19thegeekI think it's very good;)
19:53:32HClhmmm...
19:53:40HClactually, my ftp server is rejecting my connection
19:53:43thegeekand not just because it has "leet" "warez" "scene" site-to-site transfer abilites
19:53:44HClthats why lftp isn't working.
19:53:51HClokay.
19:53:52thegeek;)
19:54:37HClodd. why is it refusing my connection o.o
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20:01:17HClhmm.
20:01:20HCl >:/
20:01:25*HCl bites the isp of his parents.
20:01:35HClthey blocked ftp for certain ranges, including my university.
20:01:43HClit still works on port 2121
20:10:39courtcheh, lftp is good :) filezilla is decent for winwin.. and oss
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21:04:57HClthere's a port of lftp for windows
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23:11:51Bagderanyone wanna try my upcoming build patch?
23:14:45Bagderhttp://daniel.haxx.se/rockbox/ (for the log)
23:28:42HClmerf, my invert word doesn't work...
23:28:45*HCl goes to bed..
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23:33:57[IDC]Dragonhi out there!
23:34:05Bagdergood evening
23:36:06[IDC]Dragonamiconn, do you read?
23:36:37amiconnAh, hi
23:36:43amiconnevening
23:36:52*amiconn was busylooking at code...
23:37:12[IDC]DragonI just tried yesterdays sectioned compilation, doesn't work
23:37:23[IDC]Dragonthe vector table is all crap
23:37:40amiconnHuh? My sectioned builds of rockbox work just fine
23:37:58[IDC]DragonI didn't try real rockbox, but bootbox
23:38:08amiconnI made a comprehensive table of unused functions in the various builds (SH platform only)
23:38:26[IDC]Dragonphew
23:38:44[IDC]Dragondo I need the .comment part in the lds file?
23:38:44amiconnI already found this time setting stuff, which saved almost 2 KB by disabling it
23:38:57amiconnI didn't need that
23:39:02HCltime setting stuff?
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23:39:47amiconnHCl: A screen for setting the current time, and a helper function to voice the time. That was dead code on platforms with no rtc (Ondio)
23:40:03HClwhen i start implementing the runtime db, i'll need to add some code to rockbox to give some sense of passage of time
23:40:08HCleven on systems without rtc
23:40:35amiconnYes
23:40:44HClbut yea, setting current time isn't relevant on units without rtc
23:42:25[IDC]Dragonamiconn: does your .lds contain any KEEP directive, other than KEEP(*(.vectors)) ?
23:42:36amiconn[IDC]Dragon: Here's the table (openoffice format): amiconn.dyndns.org/Unused%20code.sxc">http://amiconn.dyndns.org/Unused%20code.sxc
23:42:50*HCl is tired. yup.
23:42:53[IDC]DragonI'm more interested in you mods
23:42:55*HCl read .exe at first :/
23:43:02[IDC]Dragonto makefile and .lds
23:43:10amiconnNo, there's only KEEP(*(.vectors))
23:43:33[IDC]Dragonno other entry point?
23:44:00amiconnI did the sectioned compilation as a quick hack, adding the compiler flags to the configure-generated Makefile
23:44:20amiconnEXTRA_DEFINES=-ffunction-sections -fdata-sections
23:44:27[IDC]Dragonsame here, but I changed the script, too
23:44:41[IDC]Dragonyes, got that
23:44:50amiconnThen I changed the .lds files for the section name wildcards
23:45:02amiconn(app.lds and rom.lds)
23:45:16[IDC]DragonI only needed app.lds
23:46:26amiconn*(.text*), *(.rodata*), *(.data*), *(.bss*)
23:46:40amiconn...and the KEEP(*(.vectors))
23:46:43[IDC]Dragonyes, same here
23:47:15[IDC]Dragonthe vector table I get is like a conter
23:47:21[IDC]Dragoncounter
23:47:34amiconnFinal thing was to add -Wl,−−gc-sections to the 2 places where -elfs are created in apps/Makefile
23:48:24amiconnThis is not a complete transition; when I run the build up to the end I get 150-MB-plugins
23:48:52amiconn...because plugin.lds and the corresponding Makefile would need similar treatment
23:49:19[IDC]DragonI build no plugins
23:49:44amiconnThat was all that was required to get this to work...
23:49:54[IDC]Dragonso one place for the linker was ok for me
23:50:09[IDC]Dragonlooks all the same here
23:50:23amiconnI'm currently fiddling with another problem. I try to finally clean up the i2c driver
23:50:43[IDC]Dragonto do what?
23:50:57amiconn(you probably know, the PB5 handling that has nothing to do with i2c)
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23:51:21*[IDC]Dragon forgot, or never knew
23:51:22amiconnI moved the PB5 handling to mas_reset() for the player, as it is mas_enable there
23:51:46amiconnFor the v1 recorder PB5 is charger control, so I added this to power_init()
23:52:02amiconnHowever, I'm not sure where to put it for fm/v2/Ondio
23:52:17amiconnPB5 is "hold power" there
23:53:16amiconnIt might suffice to simply don't care, as either the archos firmware or the bootloader should already have initialised it
23:53:51[IDC]Dragonsound like the power code isa good place
23:54:11[IDC]Dragonsounds ... is a
23:55:11[IDC]DragonI'd prefer not to rely on previous code
23:55:47[IDC]Dragonbtw, I think we should enable charging by default
23:56:00amiconnI don't agree
23:57:08[IDC]Dragonfor flat battery problems
23:57:14amiconnIf we do, we have no way to get a usable battery state
23:57:41[IDC]DragonI was about to ask that to Jerry
23:58:07[IDC]Dragonthe boxes with hardware charging also are facing this

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