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#rockbox log for 2006-02-16

00:01:36allixi am sure shadow has a nice 14.4 modem
00:01:52Shadowarrior13I have cox high speed, thank you very much :P
00:01:55imphasing_Yay.
00:01:59imphasing_These are pretty big.
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00:02:05imphasing_damnit
00:02:06imphasing_timout
00:02:08Mikachuwhere is the hold button handled for ipods?
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00:02:15Mikachui couldn't find it in button.c, maybe i'm stupid
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00:04:26youngcerealno
00:05:05youngcerealis in system.c i think
00:06:33imphasing_Gyah, this is taking forever..
00:06:44Shadowarrior13lol
00:06:49Mikachuif it is, it's not handled by software
00:07:49youngcerealit is sekend i search
00:08:02youngcerealit is deklard as key
00:08:06youngcerealnot as hold
00:08:07BHSPitLappylol
00:08:23Mikachuit's not handled with the other buttons
00:08:38BHSPitLappyI don't think it can be overridden
00:08:42imphasing_gmail won't send the rockboot, so I'm just sending you my bootloader.bin, and the rockbox.bin
00:08:53BHSPitLappybut the software can see when it's turned on and off
00:09:05Shadowarrior13Alrighty then...
00:09:09Shadowarrior13Wait, rockbox.bin?
00:09:15youngcerealno
00:09:24Mikachui don't want to override it, i just want an event when it's turned on and/or off
00:09:34youngcerealBHSPitLappy: on my g4 not see it
00:09:54youngcerealMikachu : moment
00:10:08BHSPitLappykind of like iDoom?
00:12:43imphasing_that's just the bootloader binary
00:12:48imphasing_you have to extract your firmware
00:12:54imphasing_and combine them
00:13:20Shadowarrior13Yeah, but I wasn't aware there was a roxkbox.bin.
00:13:31Shadowarrior13There's a .zip, and a rockboot, but no rockbox.bin.
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00:14:03imphasing_...
00:14:13Shadowarrior13XD
00:14:29Shadowarrior13As well as a bootloader.
00:14:30imphasing_there's a bootloader.bin, and a rockbox.zip
00:14:47imphasing_and you have to combine the bootloader with your firmware
00:14:49Shadowarrior13Yeah, and you said "rockbox.bin"
00:14:52Shadowarrior13And confused me
00:14:59imphasing_ah.
00:15:02imphasing_Stupid fingers.
00:15:07imphasing_I've never even seen them fing..
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00:15:49youngcereali have it
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00:16:14youngcerealMikachu : only in bootloader
00:16:15youngcerealmain
00:16:19youngcerealand ipod.c
00:16:34Mikachuokay
00:17:27youngcerealnoprob
00:17:56Shadowarrior13.c
00:17:58Shadowarrior13>.>
00:19:01BHSPitLappyimphasing_: oh, wait, there they go
00:19:56MikachuRotAtoR: feature idea; name entry for high scores?
00:21:01imphasing_BHSPitLappy: Er, what?
00:21:01imphasing_=/
00:21:12BHSPitLappyRE "finging"
00:21:21imphasing_Ah, yes.
00:21:22imphasing_:D
00:22:36youngcerealif any for serial remote connact on ipod implement at moment ??
00:23:12Mikachuyoungcereal: ah, only for 3g, not 4g
00:23:57youngcerealMikachu: on 3g it works ??
00:24:35Shadowarrior13How's it coming, imphasing?
00:24:51Mikachuyoungcereal: i don't know, but ipod.c only handles the hold button for 3g. i only have a nano
00:25:41youngcerealMikachu: its the same on 3g 4g the hold
00:25:47Mikachuno
00:25:56youngcerealnot
00:26:14Mikachuat least, not in the code
00:26:33youngcerealyes
00:26:37youngcerealsorry
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00:28:11Shadowarrior13Imphasing: I don't know what you were talking about, rockboot.bin sent.
00:28:16youngcerealMikachu: i look to find it 5 min
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00:32:46imphasing_How do you get rockbox to boot the retailos?
00:32:47imphasing_=/
00:33:03Shadowarrior13Reboot and hold menu.
00:33:09Shadowarrior13Takes a few times to get right.
00:33:13Sacrohold down record and play
00:33:17NicoFRRotAtoR: very nice bejeweled :D
00:33:51Shadowarrior13WHAT THE HELLFUCK
00:33:56Shadowarrior13AAAAAAAAGH
00:34:07Shadowarrior13Alright, there's something wrong with my ipod.
00:34:31NicoFRShadowarrior13: what happened ?
00:34:35imphasing_:(
00:34:50Shadowarrior13SAME EXACT THING
00:35:29linuxstb_Shadowarrior13: I'll build you a rockbox.zip now with the usb check disabled - it's obviously mis-detecting USB.
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00:35:40Shadowarrior13Thanks >.<
00:36:02Shadowarrior13I seriously don't even need USB for that, I'll just use diskmode.
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00:38:37midkaylinuxstb, awesome 5G LCD updates.. it's getting there! :)
00:38:55imphasing_Heh, the menus slow down a bit when it's playing music
00:38:56imphasing_:D
00:39:17Sacroive just been to my mates, and i couldnt mount my mp3 player with latest firmware
00:40:15linuxstbShadowarrior13: http://www.davechapman.f2s.com/rockbox/rockbox-5gnousb.zip
00:40:24Shadowarrior13I love you.
00:40:26linuxstbDon't worry about your bootloader, I'm sure it's fine.
00:40:39linuxstbYou haven't tested it yet...
00:40:40allixdoes it work shadow?
00:40:55Shadowarrior13I JUST got it :P
00:41:07allixok
00:41:27linuxstbShadowarrior13: Did you say you have a 60GB 5g?
00:43:30Shadowarrior13Yeah.
00:43:44linuxstbRotAtoR: I'm playing bejewelled on the 5g now - very nice improvements.
00:44:16NicoFRindeed
00:44:21*NicoFR is playing on h300
00:44:35imphasing_Does rockbox drain the battery faster than retailos?
00:44:48imphasing_linuxstb: Congrats on the 5G stuff.
00:44:55imphasing_I just bought a 5G, and it's niiiice
00:45:20Shadowarrior13Yeah, the f ile is still extracting.
00:45:40linuxstbThanks. And yes, Rockbox does have worse battery life than retailos.
00:45:52imphasing_Is it dramatically worse?
00:46:00*imphasing_ is trying to find a good looking font
00:46:19imphasing_tinyprop-5 is a bit small
00:46:20imphasing_:D
00:46:28Bagderhaha
00:46:34Bagdermany lines! ;-)
00:46:44vcacrashy car! ;)
00:46:49Shadowarrior13OH MY GOD IT WORKS I THINK I LOVE YOU LINUXSTB
00:46:49imphasing_unifont is nice..
00:46:58MikachuShadowarrior13: hooray congratulations
00:47:28markunimphasing_: you could try helvR12
00:47:41NicoFRor nimbus-12 or 14
00:47:44markunProbably still on the small side
00:48:43youngcerealMikachu: all i find 4g ware the same to 3g
00:48:54Shadowarrior13Woooa cubey
00:49:04youngcerealMikachu: Nano standart codes other then 4g ??
00:49:17imphasing_Heh, it still says "iRiver RockBox" When I play audio
00:49:17imphasing_:D
00:52:59Mikachuyoungcereal: it should be same as the 4g, but 4g in rockbox doesn't have code for handling the hold button
00:53:51youngcerealMikachu: i look to doo this i work at the moment on remote for 4g that ist near ;)
00:55:09linuxstbLCD now up to 52fps...
00:55:16imphasing_Nice!
00:55:26Shadowarrior13Leetsoup
00:55:27imphasing_Did you figure out some of the chips instructions?
00:55:53linuxstbNo, I've just been experimenting with the existing driver.
00:55:58imphasing_Ah.
00:56:09imphasing_So the broadcom chip isn't actually being used yet?
00:56:29Shadowarrior13And I'm not getting choppy playback.
00:56:34linuxstbI've no idea what's going on. I'm just changing things...
00:56:39imphasing_haha
00:56:55linuxstbShadowarrior13: Yes, my LCD fixes today have fixed audio playback - ogg -q 10 works fine for me.
00:57:22Shadowarrior13:)
00:57:59RotAtoRlinuxstb: good, thanks :)
00:58:05allixthats cool
00:58:16allixif only i did not order a iaudio
00:58:34midkaylinuxstb, awesome.. congrats.. it's been doubled in one day! :) did you check in the 52fps code?
00:58:46linuxstbNo, I'm still doing more tests.
00:59:07midkayk, keep at it :) kickass work
00:59:15Shadowarrior13omgz bejewelled
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01:00:48midkaylinuxstb, do you have any idea what sort of FPS you'd want to have it running very nicely (for example, at the speed of the nanos)? what do you expect is the highest you could reasonably get it?
01:03:07linuxstbHow does 107fps sound?
01:03:25imphasing_:)
01:03:32Bagdersounds like a typo ;-)
01:03:33Shadowarrior13Crazy
01:03:34Shadowarrior13lol
01:03:39allixis it me or something but all the files are for windows users?
01:03:55linuxstbIt seems that the 14ms delay in the audio driver wasn't needed. I just removed it, and it still works perfectly.
01:04:00linuxstbs/audio/video/
01:04:11Bagderallix: what "all the files" are you talking about?
01:04:24allixhttp://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/IpodInstallation#Step_1_Install_the_bootloader
01:05:00allixi don;t have windwos
01:05:03imphasing_linuxstb: If I re-build rockbox, do I need to rebuild the bootloader too, or can I just unzip my zip file again?
01:05:04midkaylinuxstb, is 107 a guess/target, or...? :)
01:05:19linuxstbIt's what I've just achieved.
01:05:23imphasing_:D]
01:05:25midkayyou're kidding.
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01:05:46midkay*faints*
01:05:47linuxstbNo - 107fps for a full-screen update, and 427fps for a 1/4 screen update.
01:05:54imphasing_:
01:05:54imphasing_D
01:05:55Shadowarrior13......
01:05:57imphasing_er..
01:05:57markunany wiki admins here?
01:06:02imphasing_Commit!
01:06:04linuxstbAs a comparison, my 4G Color only manages about 72fps
01:06:05imphasing_:)
01:06:07Shadowarrior13You are fucking nuts, linuxstb.
01:06:09midkayi'm jumping up and down now.
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01:08:06markunBagder: there's a guy in the wiki registered a SiriusA, can you change it to AlexWinter ?
01:08:42Bagdersure
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01:09:52Bagdermarkun: done
01:10:04markunshould I email him about the change?
01:10:22*imphasing_ snickers
01:10:24BagderI guess it would be good
01:10:28*Mikachu twix
01:10:33*Bagder heads to bed
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01:11:39markunBagder: good night
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01:12:07linuxstbIf anyone wants to test - http://www.davechapman.f2s.com/rockbox/rockbox-5g.zip
01:12:11imphasing_yes
01:12:12imphasing_:D
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01:13:20linuxstbThere are two plugins you can try - "starfield" is modified to display a fps (33fps - it has calculations and screen drawing to do), and "test_fps" which just does updates of the LCD without changing what is drawn.
01:14:22imphasing_ok
01:14:26linuxstbAh, seems I might have spoken a little soon....
01:15:01imphasing_getting 107.0 on test_fps
01:15:20imphasing_Wow, starfield looks nice!
01:15:41imphasing_Won't go over 32fps though
01:15:55imphasing_Or below though
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01:19:59imphasing_The LCD seems to get faster if you turn the wheel..
01:20:00imphasing_=/
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01:20:36gantrixxDoes anyone else have the iAudio X5?
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01:21:43linuxstbMaybe I did speak to soon - the lcd updates don't seem to be 100% reliable...
01:21:48imphasing_hmm..
01:21:56imphasing_It is faster than it was though
01:23:22linuxstbYes, it is. But the LCD isn't always being updated correctly - it seems to miss updates sometimes. But that's probably only when they are done in very quick succession (such as in test_fps), so maybe it won't be a problem.
01:24:01imphasing_It might be a good idea to limit how many frames it can show per second, and pause for a couple ms if it's going over, say, 50 fps.
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01:24:20imphasing_That would make it so it wouldn't suck up all it could just to get 200fps as well
01:24:27imphasing_and give it some power to do other things
01:27:18NicoFRlinuxstb: would it be possible to have the sources to the test_fps and the fps-modified starfield plugins ?
01:28:26linuxstbI'll think I leave that 14ms delay in the code for now, but commit the change that brings the speed up to 52fps.
01:28:45imphasing_cool
01:28:46linuxstbNicoFR: The patch for starfield is already on my server - http://www.davechapman.f2s.com/rockbox/starfield_fps.diff
01:29:29NicoFRthanks
01:30:16linuxstbThe test_fps plugin is here: http://www.davechapman.f2s.com/rockbox/test_fps.c
01:30:36midkaylinuxstb, do you know what FPS the nanos run, about?
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01:33:39linuxstbNo idea.
01:33:50midkaytrying out your 107fps build. _awesome_.
01:33:54linuxstbBut probably very fast - the lcd is tiny.
01:34:22midkayyeah, hm.
01:36:34midkaylinuxstb, the 107fps build is incredibly nice.. but it does seem a bit glitchy. mandelbrot draws weirdly, for one.
01:37:45midkayyeah, quite a few things seem pretty weird. bejeweled's little cursor boundingbox doesn't draw.. calculator doesn't display its keys until you roll over them - and then they appear garbled..
01:38:15linuxstbYes, that's what I noticed.
01:38:35midkayoh, alright.. i guess that's a by-product of some "optimizations"? :)
01:38:36linuxstbSo it seems 52fps will have to do for now.
01:38:49hyarionhuh? 52fps on... ipod video?
01:38:53hyarionor what?
01:39:08linuxstbYes - 52fps on my 5g.
01:39:16hyarionnice :D
01:39:29allixwhat formats can it play?
01:39:37linuxstbI did get 107fps, but it's a bit unstable....
01:39:50midkaya shame, 107 was delicious. well, i'll try the 52 version and hopefully it's still great. :) in any case it's awesome work on your part
01:40:32hyarionlinuxstb: may I see some code? :D
01:41:10linuxstbSure, my changes are already mostly in CVS, I'm about to commit some more. I'll give you a URL then.
01:41:11*hyarion wants to put it into iDoom
01:41:28linuxstbIt should work nicely in Doom
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01:53:08linuxstbhyarion: You can view the file in CVS here: http://www.rockbox.org/viewcvs.cgi/firmware/drivers/lcd-ipodvideo.c
01:53:38hyarionthanks :)
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02:11:46webguest91is the sound on the 5G supposed to be mono?
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02:12:25midkaywebguest91, i don't believe so..
02:12:45webguest91it is on mine, and the sound is distorted
02:12:59midkaycheck sound settings -> channels..
02:13:18webguest91i tried that, it made no difference
02:13:49KensirWill this work on the iPod: http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/TagDatabase
02:14:00midkayperhaps try reinstalling or something, if the ipod firmware plays audio fine.. mp3's i hope
02:14:36midkayKensir, i've been meaning to try that.. not sure.
02:14:52Kensiro well
02:14:55Kensiri guess im about to find out...
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02:15:18midkaylet me know how it goes
02:15:44Kensiralright
02:15:52Kensiri stay on until this blows up in my face
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02:19:38midkayhaha
02:20:17imphasing_My sound is stereo on my 5G
02:20:22imphasing_but I built from CVS
02:20:40midkayah.. webguest91, how old is your build?
02:21:04webguest91I tried the daily and the latest bleeding edge one
02:22:21midkayhmm
02:22:32midkayweird, mine sounds fine + clear..
02:23:24Kensireh
02:23:34Kensiri dont feel like doing this ID3 database today
02:23:36Kensirso im not
02:23:54Kensirperhaps tomorrow i'll be more willing...but I have a bad feeling
02:23:58Kensiro well
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02:30:01webguest91i tried a re-install, and it didnt work
02:30:26linuxstbDo you have a 30GB or 60GB 5g?
02:30:42webguest9130GB
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02:31:36linuxstbI assume you've tried lots of different files?
02:31:54webguest91yeah, i tried
02:32:03webguest91MP3s flacs oggs, mpcs
02:32:12webguest91all sounded teh same
02:33:49linuxstbAnd presumably sound works fine in the Apple firmware?
02:34:12webguest91yeah the apple firmwares fine
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02:34:45linuxstbAre you the person that posted this problem on the forum as well?
02:35:05webguest91no
02:35:38linuxstbYou're not alone then: http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php?topic=2655.0
02:37:07linuxstbOut of curiosity, when did you buy your ipod?
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02:37:38webguest91a few weeks after they came out
02:38:24linuxstbOK, that may explain it then. I think everyone else who's tried has bought them more recently. Mine was bought just before Christmas.
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02:44:28webguest91would the version of the apple firmware make a difference?
02:45:59Cassandralinuxstb, my 5g 60gb is on the way, although I'm still uncertain whether I paid for express shipping or not, so it could be here Monday or a week on Monday.
02:46:40*Cassandra has also bought a smattering of accessories (FM radio, remote, iTrip) with the intention of making them work with Rockbox.
02:47:12linuxstbwebguest91: I don't think so. Have you upgraded it recently?
02:47:25linuxstbCassandra: Nice. You'll be pleased with today's developments then.
02:47:58webguest91no I switched it back to the original firmware to fix a couple of video problems
02:48:00CassandraThe LCD?
02:48:17CassandraThat's a darn fast screen.
02:48:19linuxstbYes - but it's mainly the fact that audio is as good as the other ipods now.
02:48:30CassandraOh, kewl. What was up with it?
02:49:54linuxstbThe main problem was the 14ms delay at the end of every lcd_update(). Adding a yield() there meant that Rockbox could continue decoding audio during that time.
02:50:22linuxstbThe other changes were just optimisations - experimenting with making the lcd driver doing less, and see what still worked.
02:52:20Paul_The_Nerdlinuxstb: There's someone on the forums who seems to be having problems getting iPodpatcher to see his ipod. One of the messages he got is relating to "locking disk"?
02:52:55linuxstbwebguest91: I've got no suggestions at the moment about your audio problem. Maybe next time I look at the audio driver I'll have some ideas.
02:54:05webguest91alright, thanks
02:54:18linuxstbPaul_The_Nerd: I can't keep up with the forum - too many people own ipods... :)
02:55:14linuxstbSeems he has just fixed his own problem....
02:55:32Paul_The_NerdHeh
02:55:33Paul_The_NerdInteresting
02:55:52Paul_The_NerdI've been trying to help people where I could on there, since there's a lot of general "How do I install" style questions.
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02:55:56linuxstbMaybe he had a program (e.g. explorer) open which was using the F: driver.
02:56:08linuxstbs/driver/drive/
02:56:14Paul_The_NerdYeah
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02:58:37DJ_Dooms_DayAny H340 rockbox devs on?
03:00
03:00:09Paul_The_NerdDJ_Dooms_Day: I'm not one, but out of curiosity, whatcha need one for?
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03:02:05bandgeekndbhas anyone had trouble with files sounding distorted using a recent daily build (last day or two)?
03:02:23bandgeekndbI'm using 192kb/s VBR files ripped with EAC
03:02:30bandgeekndbShure e2c earphones
03:02:39bandgeekndbusing previous builds, the sound quality has been awesome
03:03:05midkaybandgeekndb, hm, someone just asked that..
03:03:10bandgeekndbyesterday and today though, it seemed to sound better w/ the stock iriver f/w (very disconcerting, considering the high quality of rockbox)
03:03:14midkayi haven't had such a problem..
03:03:18bandgeekndbi checked my settings
03:03:23DJ_Dooms_DayPaul - Just wondering whether the lag i recieve from scrolling down lists is a problem on my end or whether its something that still needs to be optimised
03:03:27bandgeekndbno eq, no replaygain
03:03:34bandgeekndbno crossfeed
03:03:49Paul_The_NerdDJ_Dooms_Day: I've heard that mentioned related to H300s before, so I think it's a more global h300 thing
03:04:16bandgeekndbjust flat files, or so I believe - happens with any kind of music, but especially in louder sections
03:04:20DJ_Dooms_Dayah
03:04:34bandgeekndbhaven't had a chance to try with different speakers and such, just my earphones
03:04:45DJ_Dooms_DayBand - You didn't kill your headphones by any chance did you?
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03:05:23bandgeekndbi highly doubt it
03:05:36bandgeekndbi can try it later tonight with another source
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03:06:26DJ_Dooms_DayI've also noticed that if you plug something into 'line out' it reduces the quality of audio a damn lot
03:07:41bandgeekndbnot using line out, although i wonder about that too
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03:09:59bandgeekndbheadphones don't seem to be bad
03:11:39bandgeekndband now, using the same track i was listening to earlier today, the track sounds great
03:11:51bandgeekndbsounds no different from my CD player
03:12:08bandgeekndbmy ears must be revolting - not enough cleaning or something crazy
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03:12:30bandgeekndbwhile i'm here though, what is the purpose of replaygain - it never makes a difference for me?
03:13:16Paul_The_NerdYou have to scan your tracks in advance with an external program
03:13:25Paul_The_NerdThere are many of them. Foobar2000 is popular among windows users.
03:13:45bandgeekndbwhat does replaygain end up doing - gain boost during playback?
03:14:05bandgeekndbor, instead of bothering you guys, is there a place i can read up?
03:14:07Paul_The_NerdIt's somewhat like normalizing a track, but will instead try to bring the apparently loudness of the track to 89db. It will create tags on the file telling the player how far to adjust that track
03:14:40imphasing_What db level does rockbox start playing at?
03:14:41bandgeekndbah, letting rockbox and the player do the work
03:14:49Paul_The_NerdIt creates an individual value per track, and an overall album value, so that if you listen using album settings tracks will seem louder and quieter relative to each other.
03:14:50imphasing_Before the volume gets decreased
03:15:09Paul_The_Nerdimphasing_: Depends on the file, doesn't it?
03:15:33imphasing_rockbox doesn't start out with say, 75db, and the volume level gets adjusted from there?
03:15:34Paul_The_Nerdbandgeekndb: Well, the scanning is the harder work, the gain value is just adjusted like the preamp, except it's read from a tag.
03:15:53bandgeekndbwell, thank you very much - i'm going to clean my ears and my earphones, see if I'm just going crazy from lack of sleep
03:16:52Paul_The_Nerdimphasing_: I don't really know that much about it, but 0db adjustment on all players is "line level" which means the file should be playing at whatever level it's recorded to be at. Some players will let you go up from there even, to as much as +12 on some archoses. My understanding of this *may* be incorrect though.
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03:17:12imphasing_Ah, ok.
03:17:29imphasing_so it adjusts from the file level, it doesn't adjust the level to be exactly some set level.
03:17:43Paul_The_NerdYeah, if I understand correctly.
03:17:47imphasing_-20db would be 20db minus the recording level I would guess..
03:18:23Paul_The_NerdThe recording level minus 20db, yes.
03:18:26Paul_The_NerdIf I understand correctly
03:20:06imphasing_Alrighty.
03:20:44Paul_The_NerdIt's nice knowing that I listen at -35 on any player Rockbox supports. I like a unified scale. :)
03:28:48imphasing_haha
03:28:49imphasing_cool
03:29:12imphasing_I'm trying to get gtkpod to compile so I can watch my indie cartoons on my ipod..
03:29:16imphasing_To no avail though.
03:31:08Paul_The_NerdHeh
03:32:24imphasing_Getting gtk+2 linker errors.
03:32:25imphasing_:(
03:35:33Paul_The_NerdIck
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04:21:13*Cassandra books for Devcon.
04:21:19CassandraShould be fun.
04:24:11gantrixxdoes anyone here have the iAudio X5?
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04:26:49*midgey34 yells at java
04:27:14midgey34the file is there dangit...
04:27:58midgey34gantrixx: my bro has one, what do you want to know
04:28:42gantrixxmidgey34, is the connector at the bottom the same as the ipod?
04:28:48gantrixxare they compatible?
04:29:33midgey34no, they differ
04:29:39gantrixxit's a nice little device, but you can't plug the power cord into it directly without an adapter piece. who was the genius behind that?
04:30:08dpassen1And the USB 1.1 OTG port is on the main body of the player, but the 2.0 port for transfer is on the sub pack
04:30:14midgey34guess they were going for a small formfactor, honestly it bugs me to no ends
04:30:28gantrixxditto
04:30:45midgey34that and the screen are all my brother ever grumbles about
04:31:01gantrixxI know, so I have to haul this sub pack around with me everywhere if I want to put a song on it or charge it
04:31:46gantrixxand what is the port just under the headphone jack?
04:32:02gantrixxand I can't find any place to buy a spare sub pack
04:32:42gantrixxit has 2 ports that you won't use 99% of the time and the ones that you use 100% of the time are only available through the sub pack
04:33:23gantrixxit's better than my MPIO HD300, but still not as good as the ipod −− but the ipod won't do ogg
04:33:51Paul_The_NerdYou are aware that Rockbox allows the iPod to play Ogg, no?
04:34:33gantrixxlast I checked it wasn't availble for the 5g ipods
04:34:47Paul_The_NerdMust've been a couple days ago then
04:35:37gantrixxI see it is available now
04:35:42gantrixxafter I already bought this thing
04:35:44midgey34linuxstb's new optimization's allow most audio to run full speed on the 5g
04:36:21gantrixxlinuxstbs?
04:36:30midgey34the lcd updates were bogging down the player, causing it to not be able to decode audio at sped
04:36:42midgey34linuxstb - one of the ipod developers
04:37:01midgey34he has an ipod color and ipod video
04:37:02gantrixxwell, maybe I'll get an ipod then
04:37:08midgey34preglow has an ipod nano
04:37:37gantrixxwill it do a color screen too?
04:37:49imphasing_yes
04:37:52imphasing_It looks nice
04:37:58gantrixxany screen shots of it?
04:38:07Paul_The_NerdMan, first question is "will it do a color screen."
04:38:13imphasing_Er...never got around to it.
04:38:21imphasing_It looks like the newest hawtness though
04:38:22imphasing_:D
04:38:38Paul_The_Nerdgantrixx: There's not much to take screen shots of, since the interface itself is text based. The WPS screen is customizable but nobody's really made any 5G themes for it yet.
04:38:39gantrixxfirst question is "will it do ogg and normal speed"
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04:39:32midgey34linuxstb mentioned being able to decode ogg -q 10 earlier
04:39:43midgey34on his 5g
04:40:04Paul_The_NerdI know ogg q8 with replaygain enabled works almost perfectly on the Nano
04:47:22jaebirdDoes anyone know the scale of ogg q8 compared with vorbisenc quality=0.65?
04:47:34jaebirdi've looked everywhere
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04:49:15Paul_The_NerdWhat's the maximum on that, 1.0?
04:49:29ashridahthat reminds me. has anyone considered adding rockbox to CIA ?
04:49:37*Paul_The_Nerd thinks that vorbisenc quality=0.65 is the same as q6.5 but isn't sure.
04:49:43jaebirdI believe so... min is -0.1
04:49:43Paul_The_NerdCIA?
04:49:47Paul_The_NerdYeah
04:49:54ashridahhttp://cia.navi.cx
04:50:06Paul_The_NerdThen =0.65 should be the same as Q6.5
04:50:20ashridahactivity stats tracking for opensource projects.
04:50:31Paul_The_NerdOooh, neat.
04:51:06ashridahcan even provide an irc bot to tell the channel whenever a commit occurs
04:51:07jaebirdwierd...why would they do that...i'm used to the q6 or q8 numbers, but gstreamers vorbisenc plugin is 0.xx
04:52:12Paul_The_NerdI really don't know, but I've seen 3 listed as 0.3 elsewhere too, so I'm thinking maybe there was a scale switch at some point in time?
04:52:13jaebirdWhats the latest of the 4g grayscale? I noticed a lot of hulabaloo around the 5g today!!
04:52:45jaebirdit is working good for me except a few LCD glitches still.
04:56:57Paul_The_NerdDid you say the LCD glitches occur in the sim as well, or just on the target?
04:57:44jaebirdthe LCD things I observe are on both the Sim and Target.
04:58:10jaebirdhowever there is another glitch that has to do with powering off...sometimes there is a horizontal line that stays on
04:58:10Paul_The_NerdOdd
04:58:34Paul_The_NerdWell, the latter just has to do with the fact that the LCD isn't cleared before it's powered off, possibly.
04:58:58jaebirdand when I first boot up the line stays visible for a few minutes before finally fading away
04:59:10Paul_The_NerdOh, that is odd.
04:59:47Paul_The_NerdIs there anything you can do that forces it to go away, by chance?
04:59:52jaebirdat first I thought it was a damaged screen, but the line appears in different places and they all eventually go away...AND it doesn't happen everytime :)
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05:00:20jaebirdand only if it has been off for a little while...if i reboot right away it never happens.
05:00:32Paul_The_NerdStrange
05:01:12jaebirdi love rockbox, even with my weird ui issues...haven't had time to look at them, too busy listening to music :)
05:03:15jaebirdi was kinda curious how many 4g grayscale people are out there...i know we are a dying breed, especially with the 5g 52 fps stuff
05:04:15Paul_The_NerdHeh. Dunno, I only have a Nano
05:04:19Paul_The_NerdAnd my iHP-120
05:05:12Paul_The_NerdMan, that is pretty glitchy looking
05:05:20jaebirdgot my wife a samsung yepp for xmas because it was a small flash player that played ogg
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05:05:32jaebirddon't suppose rockbox will port to it :)
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05:06:12Paul_The_NerdHehehe
05:06:51ashridahjaebird: not without some specs, a few sacrifices of hardware and some effort.
05:07:01jaebirdthe crazy thing is that it is a 1 gb for 150...now there is a 1gb nano for 150. too bad christmas isn't in feb!
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05:13:34midgey34Any Java guys know whats wrong with this...
05:13:34midgey34Account.java: public abstract class Account
05:13:34midgey34CheckingAccount.java: public class CheckingAccount extends Account
05:13:52midgey34Account.java compiles correctly, but CheckingAccount can't find Account
05:18:06jaebirdnope..no java here
05:18:46*Cassandra marvels at the speed of the 5g LCD.
05:18:59CassandraRockbox is going to look damn slick on that.
05:19:05*BHSPitLappy wants to see!
05:19:10BHSPitLappy"going to"?
05:19:17BHSPitLappy...'does'?
05:19:27CassandraProbably. But my 5g is in transit. ;)
05:19:56Paul_The_NerdCassandra: The Nano gets 80fps according to Preglow. ;-)
05:19:57aegrayCassandra: how is it?
05:20:01aegrayoh nm
05:21:08CassandraPaul - cool.
05:21:17CassandraI'll just update my Nano to bleeding edge.
05:21:37jaebirdwhere is the shutdown code at?
05:32:17godzirraAny word on ipod video? :)
05:32:34Paul_The_Nerd"Audio works"
05:32:54Paul_The_NerdActually, I guess that's two
05:33:10imphasing_godzirra: 52fps on the lcd
05:33:12imphasing_:D
05:33:20imphasing_Actually, 107, but it's sketchy
05:33:32Paul_The_Nerd107?
05:33:37imphasing_yaeh
05:33:41Paul_The_NerdHowsat?
05:33:51imphasing_That's what the latest linuxstb gave me, but it's not perfect.
05:34:03imphasing_He's been fiddling with the driver.
05:34:08CassandraDoesn't seem to have fixed the banding problem I'm having with 32bit images.
05:34:16imphasing_=/
05:34:18Cassandra(Not that I expected it to, mind.)
05:34:22Cassandra24 bit.
05:34:32imphasing_I haven't tested anything with it really, just a fps monitor.
05:34:40imphasing_It palys mp3s though, which is better than retailos.
05:34:44CassandraI wish I could figure out a way to get the GIMP to generate using a 16 bit pallette.
05:34:45imphasing_s/palys/plays/
05:34:54imphasing_I'm sure there's a way..
05:34:58imphasing_I just don't know it.
05:34:58imphasing_=/
05:35:15Paul_The_NerdWhat conditions are these 107fps under?
05:35:21CassandraMaybe. Gimp seems to be 8 bit or 24 bit and nothing in between though.
05:35:24imphasing_"fps_test"
05:35:33imphasing_It's just a plugin that monitors fps
05:35:35imphasing_with no real load
05:35:38Paul_The_NerdAh
05:35:53*Cassandra doesn't really see the point. I mean humans can't see more than 30fps anyway.
05:35:54Paul_The_NerdI know last time I saw FPS talked about they were talking about a patched Starfield
05:36:13imphasing_I get 33fps on starfield
05:36:25JdGordonCassandra: thats not really true..
05:36:46imphasing_I can still see a flicker on a 60hz monitor, which is the same as 60fps
05:36:49JdGordonbut a dap doesnt really need huge fps anyway
05:36:56imphasing_it takes about 80hz before I'm satisfied
05:36:57Paul_The_Nerdimphasing_: Out of curiosity, if you change the speed to 0, and the stars off, how fast?
05:37:04CassandraHow'd you get starfield to show you FPS?
05:37:08imphasing_Paul_The_Nerd: Still 33fps./
05:37:09imphasing_:D
05:37:10Paul_The_NerdCassandra: There's a patch for it.
05:37:16Paul_The_Nerdimphasing_: Nano is 112 on it like that.
05:37:22imphasing_Dayum..
05:37:43imphasing_Of course, the nano LCD isn't being emulated through a processor that isn't supposed to be doing that.
05:37:43imphasing_:P
05:38:00Paul_The_NerdTrue
05:38:03Cassandraimphasing_, that's an entirely different phenomenon. The fact is 30fps will look perfectly smooth to the human eye.
05:38:14Paul_The_NerdI'm sure that once things are running properly the 5g will be showing some pretty high numbers.
05:38:22Cassandra(Flicker was also a CRT problem.)
05:38:43Paul_The_NerdCassandra: 30 fps will look smooth, but if you compare it to say, 75fps you *Can* still see a difference.
05:38:56imphasing_Cassandra: Depends on the context you're talking about 30fps in though. In something like a game, sure. But if you mean just a constant refresh rate of 30fps, it's entirely possible to see that.
05:39:33imphasing_But yeah, flicker plays a big part in the CRT noise you see.
05:40:32CassandraRight. Back to bed for me.
05:40:40imphasing_Woot.
05:40:44Paul_The_NerdSleep is good
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07:36:43DJ_Dooms_DayAnyone know how much battery power the LCD actually sucks up? I don't really like it when the screen turns off and i'd rather have it always on, but if it going to cut the battery life in half then it probably wont be worth it
07:37:52B4gderyou can't read the screen of a h300 without backlight
07:38:11B4gderand lcd with backlight on is *eating*
07:38:13DJ_Dooms_DayYes, i know that
07:38:39DJ_Dooms_Dayand by that do you mean it'd quite litterially cut the battery life in half?
07:39:09B4gderI don't know how much, but it would certainly be shorterning run-time by a noticable amount
07:40:16Bg3r morning;)
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07:43:33lamedpaprica: around?
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07:44:58lamedi've found out that greyscale bmp plugins do not use fullscale. anyone can tell me what colors I can expect to work?
07:45:32B4gderlamed: amiconn is mr greyscale
07:46:11B4gderif you mean on h100
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07:49:52lamedthanks, but he never speaks to me. don't know why though (!?)
07:53:50aegraylinuxstb: thanks for the code :)
07:57:36lamedsomething a bit fishy with the patches/bug reports pages isn't it? (or are we moving to somewhere else?)
07:57:54B4gderuh-oh
07:58:05lamedhehe. what happend?
07:58:07amiconnmorning
07:58:12lamedgday
07:58:13amiconnlamed: What?
07:59:31B4gder"500 - Internal Server Error"
07:59:39lamedamiconn: I'm trying to make some greyscale bmps (for brickmania h1x0 actually). but the thing is, I'm not sure what greyscale color would come out as white/gray/black. how many grey color are there?
07:59:41amiconnDJ_Dooms_Day: I still plan to implement a 2-stage backlight for H3x0, allowing to set 2 different backlight brightness values.
07:59:47B4gderquote from the xml export file
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08:00:17lameduh-oh
08:00:36amiconnThe backlight would go to the higher brightness after button press, wait the 1st timeout, then go to the lower brightness, wait a 2nd timeout, then go off
08:01:09amiconnIt would be possible to set the 2nd timeout to 'On', and the 2nd brightness to 2 (lowest).
08:02:00amiconnlamed: As long as brickmania doesn't use the grayscale lib, there are just 2 grey levels: white / lightgrey / darkgrey / black
08:02:01Paul_The_Nerdlamed: Well, if it's not using the grayscale library, just the native grays, then there's only 4 total shades. Black, White, and two grays.
08:02:14Paul_The_NerdYeah, what he said.
08:03:47lamedTHANK YOU. I was actually doing a lot of trial and error to get to the same conclusion... just for my information, what do I have to do in order to use the greyscale library: just add it to the #include d files and it works?
08:03:56amiconnNo.
08:04:37amiconnYou would have to include gray.h, then convert all places which use lcd_* functions to use gray_* functions instead
08:04:42Bg3ramiconn in fact this is very good idea ;)
08:04:53Bg3r(2stage backlight
08:04:53Bg3r)
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08:05:02amiconn...preferably by defining macros, like it's done in mandelbrot.c, cube.c and others
08:05:10Bg3ror jpeg.c
08:05:42amiconnPlease also note that the grayscale lib bitmap format is different from the native bitmaps
08:06:03Mikachui noticed that when i tried to make the plasma plugin work
08:06:21amiconn..so it may be difficult to integrate the bitmaps into the bitmap build system
08:06:50lamedamiconn: afaik color lcds uses LCD_ functions. is that because both color & 4 greyscale color lcds are 'native'?
08:07:08amiconnlcd_* just means the core functions
08:07:23amiconnThe core functions support the native lcd depth
08:08:29amiconnThe grayscale lib goes beyond the native lcd features, offering up to 33 shades on b&w LCDs (archos bitmap targets) and 4-grey LCDs (iriver H1x0)
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08:09:52amiconnMikachu: The grayscale library bitmaps are in fact simple: Since there is no fixed 'native' format the grayscale lib can use (since it offers *variable* depths from 2 to 33 shades), it uses canonical bitmaps:
08:10:14amiconnLine-by-line, 1 byte/pixel, 0..255
08:10:35Mikachuand what does lcd_mono_bitmap_etc want?
08:11:15amiconnmono bitmaps are (currently) identical on all platforms, but for plasma etc you probably want to use lcd_bitmap()
08:11:56lamedthanks amiconn, but i'm still having trouble with finding, probably the black-grey shade. I guess it somewhere ~ 60 ?
08:12:18amiconnYou could use xlcd_gray_bitmap() from the lcd extension plugin lib, but then the effect would end up in pure greyscale
08:12:25amiconnlamed: 0 / 85 / 170 / 255
08:12:48Mikachuokay, thanks. gotta go to school now
08:12:58lamedthank you!
08:13:03amiconnMikachu: If you want it in colour, you need to use lcd_bitmap(), and do the conversion yourself
08:13:11lamedis it already in the wiki?
08:13:18amiconnI would use a lookup table for this
08:14:12amiconnlamed: Not afaik. Maybe there should be a wiki page documenting bmp2rb, which could include such information
08:15:18lamed<amiconn> I would use a lookup table for this - was that refering to me? i don't know what's a lookup table :/
08:15:26amiconn..but the levels are easy to compute. Just equal distances from 0...255
08:15:42amiconnlamed: No, that was directed to Mikachu
08:15:50lamed(that's why i thought it's around 60)
08:16:07lamedamiconn: remember the screen scroll patch i've mailed you about?
08:16:24*amiconn goes digging
08:16:39lamedasking how is it possible to bind a long right click if it's already binded on the ondio's?
08:17:06amiconnI must have overlooked that mail :(
08:17:32amiconnHmm, that's indeed a problem
08:18:12amiconnThe bad thing about button combos is that they block easy one-handed operation
08:18:27amiconn(Not all, but most of them)
08:19:06lamedyeah. but i don't see any other bind for ondios. long click scrolls nicely on my h120.
08:19:08amiconnThe screen scroll does work on Ondio as it is now - if the user is fast enough
08:19:41lamedwhat is he racing?
08:20:00amiconnYou need to press Mode and Right within a short time window
08:20:22amiconnIf you press Mode first and wait too long to press Right, you trigger the menu instead
08:20:29amiconn(menu is Long Mode)
08:20:45lamedand let me guess. a short mode takes you to the wps
08:21:14amiconnIf you press Right first and wait too long to press Mode, you trigger the context menu instead
08:21:34amiconnShort Mode doesn't matter here
08:21:58amiconnLeftscroll is less problematic, for 2 reasons
08:22:35amiconn(1) Long Left has no function, so if you press Left first, there's no unwanted function that could be triggered
08:23:04amiconn(2) Left+Mode can be pressed together with the thumb
08:23:57amiconnYes, short Mode is 'go to wps' / 'resume'
08:24:43amiconnI guess we have to live with the fact that some functions are not available, or tricky to reach, on Ondio
08:24:55amiconnThere are only 6 buttons...
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08:30:24lamedthen maybe we should change the function to at least work for the most players as a short left/right click. It's true to say it's not comfortable as it is now. I have a working version but i'm not to excited on finishing the work and then being have to bug everyone out until someone excepts it ... :P
08:31:22Bg3ramiconn any idea which target should have the biggest jpeg.rock (filesize-wise)?
08:31:46lamedand like the code is now, it will make us have to put some #ifdef s around some plugins, because it adds a _pre button definition to the menu system.
08:32:06lamednm :/
08:32:42Paul_The_NerdBg3r: I believe code on ARM targets ends up bigger than m68k right now, so probably iPods, I'd guess.
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08:34:03B4gderthat's correct
08:34:37Bg3rstupid q, but the preprocessor can compare hex and decimal ints correctly, yep?
08:34:42B4gdercolor/nano being slightly bigger than video for some reason
08:34:56B4gderBg3r: yes
08:35:33B4gder17940 bytes color/nano
08:35:39B4gder17904 video
08:35:44lamedi hate paint
08:35:47B4gder16188 h120
08:35:58B4gder15884 ondiosp
08:36:22B4gder14580 h300
08:36:56Bg3r10x :)
08:37:01B4gderexcluding the sims
08:42:13amiconnMy observations regarding code size: arm > coldfire > sh1
08:42:33amiconnThe h1x0 and archos jpeg.rock is slightly larger because of the grayscale lib
08:42:57B4gderyes, the sort plugin might be a better comparison for plain code size I guess
08:43:13amiconnpreglow: Any news regarding jpeg colour?
08:43:33B4gderand it is sized 1590 - 1206 - 1128 on the archs
08:44:21Paul_The_NerdThat's a pretty considerable difference
08:46:06B4gdervorbis.codec is 119000 on arm, 102000 on coldfire
08:51:12Bg3rreally, credits.c is compiled everytime when other plugin changes ...
08:51:36B4gderyou're allowed to fix that ;-)
08:51:37Bg3rhas been changed
08:52:08Bg3rB4gder don't make jokes with the makefiles, please:)
08:52:15B4gderhehe
08:52:35*B4gder sends a huuuge makefile manual to Bg3r for late night reading
08:52:50Bg3rheh
08:53:08Bg3ri'm sure i'll have very good and deep sleep after reading it...
08:53:32Bg3rafter *starting* to read it
08:55:41lamedbg3r: All plugins are compiled when a bitmap is changed!
08:56:54Bg3rlamed, "feel free to fix it";)
08:57:44lamedHEHEHEH no way
08:57:49lamed:p
08:58:05lamedmakefiles scares the hell out of me
08:58:09B4gdersome of those artifacts are plain effects by our simple build method
08:58:41B4gderto fix for example that bitmap thing, we'd need a way to specify specific dependencies for specific plugins
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08:59:33needleboy01morning folks
08:59:41needleboy01is there an OP here?
08:59:57needleboy01my user got locked online.. need someone to kick it
09:00
09:00:27B4gderit doesn't help you anyway
09:00:37needleboy01?
09:00:44B4gderkicking just makes it leave this channel
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09:00:52JdGordonneedleboy01: do /msg nickserv ghost your nick your pass
09:00:55B4gderit still uses the nick etc
09:00:56JdGordonnext time...
09:00:57needleboy01ok :_
09:01:03needleboy01it's ok now, brb
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09:01:52needleboythere we go
09:02:02*amiconn always forgets to use make -j for speedup :/
09:02:11needleboyuhm, has anyone noticed the playback lag since yesterday?
09:02:43needleboywhile scrolling, playing brickmania, the playback stops until you stop doing whatever you were doing...
09:03:26B4gdersince yday?
09:03:30needleboyyup
09:03:36needleboyi thought it was only my build
09:03:37B4gderbrickmania was the only thing changed
09:03:43amiconnlinuxstb: It seems you really brought the iPod video up to speed. Considering the larger display, it's now faster than H300...
09:03:52needleboybut i've tried the bleeding edge and had the same problem...
09:04:14amiconnlinuxstb: Did you also try the fps plugin on iPod color?
09:04:24lamedamiconn: does bmp2rb changes fullscale bitmaps to 4 greyscale if they are under bitmaps/native, or what?
09:04:43amiconnYes
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09:05:57lamedso basicly, even if there is a color image, making a greyscale build won't pick up on any problem. hmmm
09:06:32BHSPitMonkeyumm
09:06:42BHSPitMonkeythe ipod 5G picture in the build table is wrong
09:06:46BHSPitMonkeyit's a picture of a photo/4g
09:06:51B4gderyes
09:06:55amiconnbmp2rb converts any source .bmp to any requested rockbox bitmap format
09:07:02B4gderyou rather want no pic?
09:07:37amiconnConverting a colour bitmap to greyscale uses the correct brightness weighting: 0.3*red + 0.6*green + 0.1*blue
09:07:40*Bg3r tries the jpeg viewer for first time and is really excited
09:07:43*B4gder teases BHSPitLappy to make him provide a proper pic
09:07:49lamedneedleboy: the lag thing on while scrolling lists is pretty old. I've overheard some talking about it being associated with low refreshing rates lcds, but i think it's because of unicode being a bit slower and it has side effects
09:07:54*BHSPitLappy grumbles
09:08:20B4gderlamed: its because screen refresh is slow
09:08:30B4gderlcd driver and unicode combined
09:08:33amiconnlamed: The problem is that mono bitmap drawing is still rather slow, and drawing text means drawing a lot of mono bitmaps...
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09:09:00amiconnI have a couple of ideas but still have to try them...
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09:09:50BHSPitLappymy source tree has a lot of folders deleted, what cvs command will restore them? update -dP doesn't want to replace the missing ones
09:10:04Paul_The_NerdJust update should
09:10:05amiconnlcd_update() is about the same speed as on archos bitmap targets now, so that's not the problem
09:10:09BHSPitLappyweird
09:10:12B4gderupdate -dP does for me
09:10:23Paul_The_NerdUpdate -dP doesn't replace files I've manually deleted
09:10:31B4gderyes it does
09:10:39BHSPitLappy*not for me*
09:10:44lamedamiconn, why's that any diffrent ever since unicode? - it was quite o.k beforehand.
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09:11:02amiconnlamed: Uhm, what target?
09:11:03B4gderI always use -dP (in .cvsrc) and I often delete files and cvs up them back
09:11:17Paul_The_NerdB4gder: Cygwin CVS, or linux-ish CVS?
09:11:22amiconnunicode was before H300 support...
09:11:31*BHSPitLappy cygwin
09:11:37B4gderwhat's cygwin?
09:11:45B4gder:-]
09:12:06Paul_The_NerdApparently CVS under cygwin doesn't replace lost files when you use -dP
09:12:07lamedh120
09:12:12lamed(amiconn)
09:12:16B4gderthen they must've broke cvs
09:12:39amiconnPaul_The_Nerd: It does for me
09:12:41***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
09:12:42Paul_The_NerdOdd
09:12:45Paul_The_NerdMine doesn't.
09:13:14Paul_The_NerdIf I just cvs up, it replaces them, but a -dP didn't last time I tried.
09:13:29BHSPitLappycvs up doesn't replace mine
09:13:30amiconnSometimes, when I know that I changed something I don't need anymore, I just delete the file and then cvs up -dP
09:13:31B4gder-dP shouldn't have any effect on that operation
09:13:49B4gder-d creates new dirs, -P purges deleted files
09:13:57lamedunder cygwin, even update restore files. but i think your problem might be in the /cvs folder. maybe something got deleted out of there.
09:14:17BHSPitLappyit updates my ./ and ./bootloader
09:14:23BHSPitLappybut nothing else
09:15:01Paul_The_NerdHrm, actually it's replacing files now. I *swear* it didn't a month ago, because I couldn't figure out how to replace a lost file other than browsing the CVS repository via the site and downloading it.
09:15:11Paul_The_NerdI probably just somehow did something horribly stupid.
09:15:17lamedamiconn: h120, if you hold up/down on a list, after a while sound will stop. list will continue scroll after you leave the button, and scroll speed is significantly slower.
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09:15:53lamedyes! true greyscale using photostyler!
09:16:14amiconnHmm, that's strange, although I can't comment much on whether this effect is new
09:16:44amiconn(1) I usually don't browse much while playing music. (2) I almost completely stopped using the H140 when I got my H340
09:17:01amiconnOn H340 scrolling is a huge problem
09:17:16BHSPitLappyok, I just went to the parent dir and checked out the tree again
09:17:25amiconn(unlike the Ondio, which I still use)
09:20:44lamedi'm positive, it's old. i'm almost sure it was originated as we've got unicode. it was markum (iirc) that made the patch. he told me there are a few things to optimize around it.
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09:25:51BHSPitLappyhow am I supposed to install SDL for a windows build? the runtime from their site is just a single dll
09:26:08B4gderread the wiki page
09:26:30B4gdertheir site has no suitable package
09:26:36BHSPitLappyok
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09:31:16yeahxhow goes it?
09:31:27BHSPitLappythat's interesting
09:31:30Zoide777does ipodlinux work well with scrolling? if so, maybe its display drivers sould be used to improve rockbox's? I'm thinking of the 4g grayscale, for example
09:31:39BHSPitLappynice of rockbox to host cygwin packages :P
09:32:30B4gderwe are such nice guys ;-)
09:33:56BHSPitLappymake[1]: *** No rule to make target `UI-ipodvideo.bmp', needed by `/home/Stephen/rockbox-devel/sim5g/UI256.bmp'. Stop.
09:33:58BHSPitLappy:/
09:35:12B4gderhttp://forums.rockbox.org/index.php?topic=2663.0
09:35:30Paul_The_NerdBHSPitLappy: You can also just download the source and do a standard configure, make, make install.
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09:35:53BHSPitLappythink that will be different than the cvs?
09:36:41Paul_The_NerdI was talking about the SDL thing
09:36:51BHSPitLappyno, I got SDL now
09:36:59BHSPitLappythis is a uisimulator build error
09:37:14B4gderand a known one too
09:37:40BHSPitLappy:/
09:37:53B4gder?
09:38:03BHSPitLappy?
09:38:20B4gder1 I showed a URL, this has been discussed both on the dev list and in the forums
09:38:35BHSPitLappyoh, I missed it
09:38:57B4gderit is simply because we have no video pic
09:42:22lameddo you think the h120 cpu might be fast enough to run doom (if someone ports it...)? i think it is, as it's faster then an ipod 1st gen
09:42:48Cassandralamed, I can't see why not.
09:42:58safetydanBHSPitLappy, just copy one of the other background pictures to UI-ipodvideo.bmp
09:43:00Paul_The_Nerdlamed: If it runs on the H340, it'll run on the h120
09:43:02CassandraA bigger problem is the slowness of the H120 LCD.
09:43:07BHSPitLappyalready done
09:43:08BHSPitLappybuilding
09:43:19*safetydan waits patiently for someone to provide an iPod Video background BMP
09:43:27amiconn(doom on h1x0) Should work, probably even using the grayscale lib
09:43:41BHSPitLappyso am I correct in saying that the sim isn't even going to -use- the background pic?
09:44:03safetydanBHSPitLappy, it's optional at runtime, but required at compile time
09:44:10BHSPitLappyyeah...
09:44:13safetydan./rockboxui −−background
09:44:15safetydanwill use it
09:44:48lamedpaul_the_nerd: i'm almost positive the h3x0 have faster cpus
09:45:01markunshould the rockbox logo be visible at the beginning when I run the SDL simulator?
09:45:07amiconnlamed: H1x0 and H3x0 have the *exact* same cpu
09:45:15lamedgdamn
09:45:18lamed:/
09:45:24B4gdermarkun: yes
09:45:41markunHm, I only see some noise..
09:45:52lamedi thought... mm... i don't know.
09:46:08safetydanmarkun, which target?
09:46:14markungigabeat :)
09:46:20B4gdermarkun: are you possibly re-using an ipod pic there?
09:46:28markunno, I made my own
09:46:32B4gderok
09:46:34safetydanah, I don't think the LCD functions are mapped out correctly
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09:46:50markunat first it was using the 220x68 pic but also didn't show it
09:47:08safetydanor it's not handling the conversion from target format to host bitmap
09:47:24B4gdermarkun: can you handle bitmaps otherwise?
09:47:33markunyes, the background shows fine
09:48:12safetydanYou'll probably need to fix get_lcd_pixel in uisimulator/sdl to fix the corrupted display.
09:48:21safetydanlcd-bitmap.c in there I mean
09:49:11amiconnmarkun: What's the gigabit target bitmap format?
09:49:48markunRGB5551, but that doesn't matter for the sim, does it?
09:49:57safetydanit does
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09:50:09markunah, then I'll go and fix it
09:50:16safetydansim has to translate from that in to screen format
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09:50:45B4gdermarkun: the sim stores the data in the framebuffer the same way as target does
09:51:36amiconnmarkun: If you stick with RGB5551, bmp2rb has to be able to create that format as well
09:52:10amiconn...but I would check whether it's possible to use RGB565 with the gigabeat LCD
09:52:10markunamiconn: yes, I know, but I didn't think the sim would use the targets format
09:52:55markunstill don't know which LCD driver it is
09:53:39Zoide777does anyone's progress bar work on the 4g grayscale?
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09:59:59markunstrange, I had defined LCD_PIXELFORMAT RGB565, so I should have worked in the sim..
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10:04:40amiconnDid you set the correct bmp2rb_native= for gigabeat in tools/configure ?
10:05:32amiconnlinuxstb: Are you there?
10:06:57ashridahamiconn, B4gder: have you guys considered adding rockbox to http://cia.navi.cx/ ?
10:07:17ashridahyou can't have too many stats :)
10:07:30BHSPitLappymy build is just stopped, at this message
10:07:32BHSPitLappyAR+RANLIB /home/Stephen/rockbox-devel/sim5g/libplugin.a
10:07:37B4gderashridah: true! ;-)
10:07:47ashridahit can even add an irc bot for commit messages.
10:10:18lamedwhat's the command to c how long a user was idle?
10:10:33Bg3rlamed /whois nick nick
10:11:26lameddidn't told me idle time :/
10:11:48Bg3rlamed 2 times the nick
10:12:15BHSPitLappy:S
10:12:39BHSPitLappyalso, do the ui backgrounds work by masking on #000000 ?
10:12:54lamedwhois paprica paprica
10:12:58lamedbahhhh
10:13:12safetydanBHSPitLappy, no, just pixel offsets
10:13:19BHSPitLappyoh
10:13:33lamedthat's like what... in seconds i suppose
10:13:45safetydan[Paprica] idle 04:00:21, signon: Wed Feb 8 01:47:25
10:14:02BHSPitLappywhat can I do when my build just stops like this? :S
10:14:16*BHSPitLappy </3 cygwin
10:15:25safetydanmake V=1
10:15:28safetydanmight tell you more
10:16:20BHSPitLappyI cancelled it, and it gave me:
10:16:24BHSPitLappymake[2]: *** Deleting file `/home/Stephen/rockbox-devel/sim5g/apps/plugins/dep-plugins'
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10:18:53BHSPitLappyI think it may be stuck in a loop
10:19:02safetydanBHSPitLappy, try a make clean first
10:20:46BHSPitLappythanks
10:21:23lamedamiconn: i've just used a magnifying glass to see if there's a diffrence between black and grey-black :D there is, a reall small one..
10:21:51amiconnIt really depends on the contrast setting
10:23:27 Part yeahx
10:24:32lamedit was funnier that way
10:26:05*amiconn really starts to hate NiMH batteries
10:26:23amiconnThey are always empty when you need them... :(
10:27:51BHSPitLappyI'm still getting stuck in an if loop
10:28:36linuxstbMorning all.
10:29:01safetydanmorning
10:29:09BHSPitLappymorning
10:29:09safetydanBHSPitLappy, does make V=1 not say anything?
10:29:18amiconnhi linuxstb
10:29:18BHSPitLappyit says a -lot- :P
10:29:46BHSPitLappya whole page full of text, and every second, it repeats itself
10:29:49amiconnlinuxstb: Would it be possible to integrate grayscale bitmaps into th e.bmp build system?
10:29:51BHSPitLappyerr
10:29:54BHSPitLappyevery 5 sec or so
10:30:01safetydanWhat's the last line?
10:30:10amiconn(only for targets supported by the grayscale lib, and for plugins only)
10:30:20lamedamiconn: can all non-color lcd bitmaps use grayscale functions?
10:30:35amiconnNo.
10:30:39BHSPitLappydone | sed -e "s:[^[:space:]]*lang.h:/home/Stephen/rockbox-devel/sim5g/apps/plugins/lang.o:" > /home/Stephen/rockbox-devel/sim5g/apps/plugins/dep-plugins; \echo "oo" > /dev/null )
10:30:45Cassandraamicon: I used to use them in my mini torch for electronics work. I give up and replaced them with alkalines so my torch had more than a 1 in 5 chance of working when I needed it.
10:30:53amiconnThe grayscale lib isn't implemented yet for the greyscale iPods,
10:31:26safetydanBHSPitLappy, yeah okay I'm out of ideas, sorry :(
10:31:27linuxstbamiconn: Yes, it's straightforward. Just create one more set of everything - a new directory, and a new bmp2rb definition.
10:31:31BHSPitLappy:(
10:31:39amiconnlinuxstb: Ah ok.
10:31:53amiconnMight be interesting for brickmania on H1x0
10:31:57BHSPitLappylinuxstb: my 5G SDL sim (xp) is getting stuck in an infinite loop :'(
10:32:03amiconnOn archos it won't work I'm afraid
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10:32:31linuxstbBHSPitLappy: Does it only happen in the 5g sim? Have you tried others?
10:33:29lamedamiconn: i'm working on brickmania. but i don't suppose it will have much effect on the game, so i'm only doing the main menu for now.
10:33:29amiconnlinuxstb: Did you try to measure fps on iPod color as well?
10:34:40lamedumm.. how should i #ifdef rull out the grayscales ipods ?
10:35:23linuxstbamiconn: Yes, it gives me 72.5 and 284.0
10:36:29linuxstblamed: Use CONFIG_LCD != LCD_IPOD2BPP - but that doesn't work in the sim.
10:36:41lamedthanks
10:37:09BHSPitLappylinuxstb: seems to also get stuck with the photo/color, too
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10:37:28*safetydan wonders if the EQ UI needs to warn the user more when they're doing something silly
10:37:46BHSPitLappymust be clientside, but I can't figure anything, the source tree is fresh
10:41:10BHSPitLappyI'll get back on this in a few hours...
10:42:14amiconnlamed, linuxstb: The grayscale lib isn't supported in the sims anyway
10:42:25amiconn(still...)
10:43:08lamedlinuxstb said that.
10:44:33safetydanamiconn, is it something that should be supported?
10:44:44lamedi'm surprised! i'm alowed to rb->gray_bitmap from a plugin
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10:45:24amiconnsafetydan: Yes it should. I want to do that for quite a while now, but didn't get around actually doing it
10:46:10amiconnOf course it shouldn't use the bitmap flicking as on the target, but convert to a true grayscale image with variable depth instead
10:46:22amiconnNeeds adjustments in the lib itself as well
10:47:09safetydanI find myself spending a lot of time in the sim lately, I might take a look at doing that.
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10:50:50amiconnsafetydan: I have some ideas how this could work
10:51:08JdGordonhey LinusN, have u had a chance to look at the patch yet?
10:51:28LinusNno, i'm busy with Paid Work(tm)
10:51:42JdGordonhaha ok
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10:52:24Zoide777Maybe I'm totally confused, but shouldn't lcd-ipod.c have something other than void lcd_update(void) to allow repainting only the relevant portions of the screen?
10:52:27amiconnsafetydan: Adding grayscale lib support was one reason for the gradient function. I see that the sdl gradient function doesn't allow to set the start index but always starts at 0 instead
10:52:57Zoide777e.g. If we have just scrolled one line in a list, we don't need to repaint the whole LCD, just the line that was unselected and the line that was selected
10:53:14safetydanamiconn, the one in lcd-sdl.c?
10:53:21amiconnZoide777: lcd_update_rect()
10:53:25amiconnsafetydan: yes
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10:53:32Zoide777amiconn: Ooops, haha, thanks
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10:54:08safetydanobviously that can be changed
10:54:11Zoide777(definitely need more sleep)
10:54:12amiconnZoide777: ...but if the list was actually scrolled, we need to update the whole lcd anyway
10:54:19linuxstbZoide777: If you're looking to fix the 4g grayscale problems, then the place to look is lcd-2bit-horiz.c
10:54:41linuxstbIt's the drawing of graphics into the LCD framebuffer that is buggy - not the low-level driver in lcd-ipod.c
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10:55:00Zoide777linuxstb: thanks. that's actually what I'm interested in, though I have no expertise in this. still wanted to have a look at the source though
10:55:11amiconnlinuxstb: 4g grayscale is still buggy?
10:55:32linuxstbYes - you can see for yourself in a sim.
10:56:30*amiconn should try that
10:56:33Zoide777linuxstb: doesn't lcd-ipod.c also have issues, though? I saw that lcd_blit() has "todo" stuff in it. (thought I have no idea what blit does)
10:56:43linuxstbI haven't heard from slimx for a couple of weeks, so I don't know if he's done anything on it.
10:57:10linuxstblcd_blit() isn't used.
10:57:46amiconnlcd_blit() would be necessary for grayscale lib support
10:58:20Zoide777so right now 4g grayscale is literally 4g black/white?
10:58:23amiconnHowever, it would also need working user timer support, which is the bigger problem
10:58:35amiconnNope. 4g can use the 4 native greylevels
10:59:11Zoide777so what is grayscale lib for, converting non-native images to the 4 levels?
10:59:18amiconnNope
10:59:28linuxstbgrayscale lib is Rockbox's secret weapon...
10:59:52amiconnThe grayscale lib allows showing up to 33 levels of grey on LCDs which only support b&w or 4 grey levels natively
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11:00:01Zoide777!?!?!?!!?!?!?!!!!!
11:00:15amiconn...by temporal dithering, i.e. flicking through a number of b&w images very fast
11:00:16B4gderyes, like that
11:00:20Zoide777so you could even have antialiasing?
11:00:28B4gderbut toggling colors instead of ? and ! ;-)
11:00:33Zoide777hahaa
11:00:49Zoide777oh, i guess antialiasing wouldnt be worth the flickering though
11:00:49amiconnIt's only used for plugins, since it puts quite some load on the CPU
11:00:55Zoide777yeah
11:01:09amiconn...but it e.g. allows watching JPEG images
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11:01:17Zoide777nice
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11:03:15[IDC]Dragonhi amiconn, back from the olympics?
11:03:16*Membrillo is happy that his downloader works with the new optimized file host
11:03:25amiconn[IDC]Dragon: yes
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11:03:29Zoide777I was also looking at button.c ... For the clickwheel scrolling, instead of just checking for deltas of 4 and -4, could there be an extra one for, say 20 and -20 so that we can create two extra "buttons" PAGE_UP and PAGE_DN for accelerated scrolling in 4g's?
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11:05:07Zoide777(e.g. in the file list, list.c, there's PG_UP and PG_DN for when you hold down on the h-120, making the list zoom up & down more quickly)
11:05:31amiconnlinuxstb: Ouch!
11:06:47amiconnI thought lcd-2bit-horz wouldn't be a problem, since it's just a transposed lcd-h100
11:07:54amiconnThink I'll work on it a bit, since it will also profit from transposed mono bitmapa...
11:07:59amiconn*bitmaps
11:08:40[IDC]DragonCassandra: do u read?
11:10:33amiconnTransposing the native bitmaps shouldn't be a problem, just need an additional output format for bmp2rb
11:11:10amiconnIn case someone will ever pick up the gmini port again - the gmini 2xx use 4 bit horizontal packing...
11:11:23linuxstbThe problem is that they are not all in external bmp files yet - I'm sure there are a few plugins with native 2bpp bitmaps hardcoded.
11:12:01lamedamiconn: i've changed rb->lcd_bitmap to rb->gray_bitmap, but that's not the way to do it i see
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11:14:10linuxstbZoide777: I've been looking at how the Apple firmware handles the clickwheel, and it seems to skip items in the list when you scroll faster than a certain speed. It seems to have scroll events that move 1 item, 4 items, and probably more, depending on the speed.
11:14:11amiconnNo, of course not
11:14:24amiconnThe gray_* functions aren't part of the core
11:15:04linuxstbI think that just moving one item or moving a whole page isn't a smooth enough acceleration. We probably need 3 or 4 different scroll events in each direction to take account of it.
11:17:08lamedlinuxstb: what about skipping an increasing number of files in every event?
11:17:33Zoide777linuxstb: ok, but where would these speeds be evaluated? Could it be done in button.c by adding more if's to the delta checks?
11:18:32linuxstbZoide777: Yes, I'm thinking it would be in the button driver, which would send different scroll events depending on the speed.
11:19:41linuxstblamed: IIUC, I don't think that's the right effect - if you turn the wheel at a constant speed, it should scroll at a constant speed.
11:21:52Zoide777What I've tried was to modify list.c. I keep a scrollCounter, and then in do_button I have if's to check if the counter has exceeded +/- 80. So if that's true, LIST_NEXT and LIST_PREV behave just like LIST_PGDN and LIST_PGDN, moving a whole page as opposed to a line. It works reasonably well, but seems horrible inneficient and slows down every periodically
11:22:13Zoide777(so I thought maybe the button.c approach would be better)
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11:26:42Membrilloneedleboy: are you here?
11:27:34Membrilloobviously not
11:27:37needleboyyup
11:27:38needleboy:)
11:28:22needleboyMembrillo?
11:29:04Membrilloah!
11:29:42Membrillodo the optimized build's filenames need to be timestamped? is there some purpose behind it?
11:30:18needleboyto compare to CVS timestamps...
11:30:23needleboyit's mostly for me
11:30:26needleboywhy?
11:30:30Membrillooh ok. no problems
11:31:35Membrillojust, my downloader works with the new host but has to have the same filename everytime. Its ok though, just wondering if it was there to be pretty
11:31:52needleboyoh...
11:31:53needleboycrap
11:32:00needleboyi never thought of that...
11:32:04needleboybut wait...
11:32:13needleboythe version number changes as well every version
11:32:42needleboycan't you make it find the file that starts with RockBoxH300 and ends with .zip?
11:32:47needleboyand ignore the source?
11:33:04Membrillonah, i have to feed in an exact URL
11:33:11Membrilloi wish :P
11:33:21needleboyso it doesn't work anyomre?
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11:33:28needleboy*anymore
11:33:42needleboyhmmm, another thought
11:33:47Membrillowell it works, but it wont work when you release a new version with a different filename
11:33:57needleboyin 30 minutes...
11:34:02needleboyand tomorrow
11:34:05Zoide777Does anyone get the following problem when building latest source in Cygwin? "MAKE in bitmaps/native make[3]: *** No targets specified and no makefile found. Stop." etc
11:34:07needleboyand the day after that...
11:34:10Membrilloexactly
11:34:27needleboyZoide: it's only on the source downloaded froom the site
11:34:35needleboytry the CVS, it's good there
11:34:45Zoide777ok, thanks
11:34:47needleboynp
11:34:59needleboysomeone needs to take care of that, btw...
11:35:06needleboyit's been like that since monday
11:35:20needleboyno images are supplied in bitmaps\native
11:35:28B4gderwhere?
11:35:42needleboythe source on the daily builds page on the site
11:35:55needleboythis: http://www.rockbox.org/auto/build-source/rockbox-bleeding.tar.gz
11:37:12needleboybrb
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11:38:28Zoide777What do you guys think about my suggestions for 4g clickwheel in list.c and/or button.c ? Has anyone else played around with this?
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11:39:45needleboyB4gder, seen it?
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11:43:24webguest75Morning!
11:43:37ashridahB4gder: considered CIA?
11:43:57webguest75When you shut down the iPod using iPodbox, does it put it into sleep mode or does it turn the device off completly?
11:44:53webguest75also Upside Down and LCD Mode (Normal/Invert) doesn't work on iPodbox
11:45:11B4gderneedleboy: yes
11:45:21B4gderashridah: yes, but it'll require a sunny day with less workload
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11:51:54Membrillohoorah needleboy. another release
11:52:08*Membrillo gives the thumbs up
11:52:25needleboyyup
11:55:00Membrillowow
11:55:05Membrillobejeweled is slick
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11:59:04needleboyhmmm... scrolling bug seems to have been fixed now
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11:59:17needleboyplayback doesn't pause on scroll anymore.
11:59:19needleboynice
11:59:28Membrillowhats the scrolling bug?
11:59:50needleboyplayback used to pause when scrolling in the last 2 builds
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12:00:13Membrilloscrolling as in FFW RWD?
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12:00:48needleboyno... scrolling in menus/files
12:00:53Membrilloif i scroll through all my artists, after about 5 seconds, audio playback pauses for me
12:00:59needleboybut Brickmania still pauses playback
12:01:08needleboywhich is a bitch...
12:01:08Membrilloon the newest build
12:01:19needleboygrrr
12:01:33needleboydevs, anyone got a clue on these 2 problems?
12:01:35Membrilloin the brickmania menu it plays
12:01:50Membrilloin the actual game it pauses. strange....
12:02:06linuxstbIn the menu, it's not doing any work (just waiting for a keypress).
12:03:02Membrilloif your scrolling (holding /\ or \/) it pauses
12:03:16Membrilloits doing more than waiting for a keypress there
12:04:37Zoide777needleboy: no more audio pauses while scrolling through the song files? Is that in the bleeding builds or just on cvs?
12:04:56needleboyi'm talking about my build
12:05:04needleboybut it seems that the bug's still there
12:05:58Zoide777arrgg
12:06:20Membrilloits not a huge problem for me
12:06:36MembrilloI rarely scroll for long periods of time
12:06:48Membrilloi guess for others its a different story
12:08:04needleboygoing to eat
12:08:07needleboybbl
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12:16:02Zoide777Woohoo!!!! Accelerated scrolling almost works. I just need to calibrate the movement parameters a bit
12:16:28Zoide777If you move the wheel slowly, it skips a single line; if you move it faster, it skips a whole page. That makes it *much* easier to navigate through big file lists
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12:19:39*linuxstb doesn't have any big lists...
12:21:38Zoide777(Zoide is happy w/ his build nonetheless :D )
12:21:54*Zoide777 forgot the /me command
12:22:00Zoide777hehe
12:22:11*Zoide777 should go to bed
12:22:41linuxstbDid you change button.c to implement a scroll_page_down event, or did you change list.c ?
12:24:42preglowlinuxstb: nice 5g lcd work
12:25:34linuxstbhehe :) Just a bit of lateral thinking...
12:26:34linuxstbI'm wondering how the IPL people know that it's definitely the broadcom chip the driver communicates with, and not the LCD directly.
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12:28:19jackinabox^hi all
12:29:12Zoide777linuxstb: 1st I went to button.h and added these keys to the 4G section: "#define BUTTON_UP 0x0011" and "#define BUTTON_DOWN 0x0021". Then I went to button.c and added
12:29:14Zoide777 new delta if checks before the > 4 and < -4. Then in list.h I added this to the 3G/4G section: "#define LIST_PGUP BUTTON_UP" and "#define LIST_PGDN BUTTON_DOWN"
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12:30:38linuxstbZoide777: Sounds like the right approach. I'm not sure if BUTTON_UP and BUTTON_DOWN are the best names, but that's easily changed.
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12:31:16Zoide777linuxstb: yeah, it was a bit hackish, but i was kind of rushing through b/c it's very late... & b/c i was very impatient ;)
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12:33:36Zoide777linuxstb: could this eventually get added to the official source?
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12:34:17lamedBrickMania New Patch for h1x00
12:34:17lamedhttp://planet.nana.co.il/lshachar/brickmania.zip
12:34:25lamedhttp://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=1418787&group_id=44306&atid=439120
12:35:32another_koshI'm having a problem compiling anyone care to lend a hand..;)
12:35:40jackinabox^as ugly as would probably look on screen, could u run a set of RCAs from the "Line Out" of the H3xx pyers and ply a .avi movie on the tv?
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12:36:58linuxstbZoide777: Yes, if people like it. When you're ready, post it to the patch tracker, and then others can try it.
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12:39:06preglowlinuxstb: god knows, they themselves say they've never opened one up, so i asume they're not sure
12:40:09*amiconn notices preglow around
12:40:18amiconnpreglow: Any news concerning jpeg colour?
12:41:15preglowno, i don't have time
12:41:19preglowworkworkwork
12:41:35preglowand i've been gone for a couple of days to boot
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12:42:12Zoide777linuxstb: ok. I also made a font that adds great looking Chinese support to 6x13 (it's almost ready). Do I also submit that to the patch tracker?
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12:43:07linuxstbZoide777: Assuming your font is freely redistributable, then yes. I don't know Rockbox's rules for adding fonts though.
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12:44:34Zoide777linuxstb: it's just "AR PL ShanHeiSun Uni" (freely available) with the latin characters replaced by the ones in 6x13
12:45:02amiconnpreglow: It would be sufficient if you could add chroma decoding to yuv. I'll probably manage to add the necessary drawing function which does yuv->rgb on the fly
12:45:05linuxstbZoide777: As I said, I don't know Rockbox's rules about that - but we need to be sure it's legal for us to include it.
12:45:55linuxstbamiconn: What do you think about adding yuv support at the lcd driver level? Could be useful for any upcoming video players. Or is that adding too much to the core?
12:46:22amiconnI don't think we will need this in the core
12:46:38amiconnIf we put it in the plugin lib, other plugins can use it too
12:46:48preglowamiconn: i'll look at it when i have time
12:46:52preglowamiconn: which won't be any time soon
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12:51:01Zoide777I have a question: why does the hard drive spin up when shutting down? Also, it also seems to spin when going through folders even if folder cache is enabled
12:51:44linuxstbIt saves the settings information when you shut down - including the resume information.
12:51:49amiconn:-( If I only knew more about jpeg decoding...
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12:56:03NicoFRamiconn: isn't the info over there: http://www.misticriver.net/showthread.php?t=37165 of any help ?
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13:02:43Zoide777Does BUTTON_REPEAT stand for when you hold down a button? If so, where is that timed?
13:04:23safetydanYes and button.c
13:04:24linuxstbYes - I expect it is in button.c But the scroll events don't repeat. Normal buttons have "pressed", "released" and "repeat" events. Scroll events are just one type.
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13:08:23Zoide777linuxstb: so for example, what would this mean? "case LIST_PGUP | BUTTON_REPEAT:"
13:08:39markunThe gigabeat has a VOL+ and a VOL- button. Should they be used for other purposes or always change the volume?
13:11:59B4gdermarkun: well, normally we don't care about what the buttons say but it really depends on the target, its users and how many other useful buttons there are
13:12:44safetydanZoide777, that would mean that the case would only execute when the button was held
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13:13:13Zoide777safetydan: So the single bar "|" behaves like double ampersand "&&"?
13:13:31B4gdersingle | is bitwise OR
13:13:46B4gder&& is logical and
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13:14:22linuxstbmarkun: IMO, if you can spare the buttons, I think it would be nice to change rockbox to have global volume buttons. The h1x0's lcd remote has volume buttons that could be mapped to that function.
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13:15:09safetydanZoide777, it's a little different as it's a bitwise OR but you can think of it like that if it helps
13:16:09Zoide777safetydan: actually, just looked it up. that's very interesting; i hadn't realized that the actual values we give to, say BUTTON_UP make a difference when using |
13:16:26safetydanbitfields are fun :)
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13:18:27webguest06for info, my h140 froze solid when I pressed pause during playback, no amount of button pressing would coax a change, did a hard reset and everything is fine.
13:18:50webguest06file playing was music, LAME@aps
13:19:46webguest06Haven't been able to replicate the freeze
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13:22:58MarcoPolohello !
13:23:03*webguest06 thinks its eerliy quiet in the room
13:23:13MarcoPoloi'm wondering if they are key equivalents for ipod
13:23:22MarcoPolo(for instance, how can I see the id3tags etc.)
13:23:25webguest06ah marco, back from your travels are you
13:23:30MarcoPolo5G works rather well
13:23:32MarcoPolowebguest06: lol
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13:34:59Zoide777Does any one know what this is supposed to do? "gui_synclist_limit_scroll(lists, false);"
13:35:22Bg3rsee the code ... :)
13:35:54linuxstbZoide777: Not many people understand the new gui code in Rockbox....
13:36:01linuxstb(I know I don't)
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13:36:41Bg3rZoide777 look in apps/gui folder
13:36:54Bg3rsynclist means that the list is synced on the 2 screens
13:37:00Bg3r:)
13:37:06linuxstbAh, that explains a lot :)
13:37:16Bg3rhahah
13:37:21Bg3rvery much
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13:37:51Bg3rit calls gui_limit_scroll() for each of the screens or so (i just guess)
13:38:00Zoide777hmm.. ok, so I looked at list.c and list.h, and if i understand correctly, it just changes a boolean that does this?
13:38:01Zoide777Tells the list wether it should stop when reaching the top/bottom
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13:38:15Bg3rah, maybe :)
13:38:34Zoide777(just copy pasting from list.h :) )
13:38:58Zoide777" Tells the list wether it should stop when reaching the top/bottom or should continue (by going to bottom/top)"
13:39:18Zoide777but doesn't the list *always* continue? at least I've never seen it stop
13:39:31Zoide777oops
13:39:37Zoide777I guess I got mixed up
13:40:06Zoide777it continues by *wrapping*, but not by changing direction (as long as the boolean says false). is that it?
13:41:15Bg3rhuh ?
13:42:20Zoide777hmm.. I mean, what does that boolean do? It seems to toggle whether you stop when you reach a (top or bottom) extreme of the list. Correct?
13:42:29safetydanyes
13:42:47Zoide777but what's the point if we always set it to false?
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13:44:41safetydanit's not always set to false
13:44:55Zoide777(I can't think of a situation where we don't just wrap and keep going)
13:45:45safetydanBy default the list code will wrap when you reach the end of a list by just repeatedly pressing up/down. If you hold down the button though, you'll stop when you hit the end
13:45:53linuxstbThe list widget is also used for settings screens - so you don't want to adjust the volume down to mute, and then go too far and change it to maximum.
13:46:11Zoide777ahhhhhhh
13:46:23linuxstbForget that.... that was nonsense.
13:46:28safetydanlinuxstb, eh? I thought that was the select widget?
13:46:29safetydanah
13:46:29Zoide777hmm
13:46:44*linuxstb goes to get dark black liquid
13:46:50Zoide777haha
13:47:06safetydanlinuxstb, but early for Guinness isn't it?
13:47:13safetydans/but/bit
13:47:14linuxstbNever too early.
13:47:26*amiconn despairs
13:47:45safetydanBecause you don't have a Guinness?
13:47:53amiconn??
13:48:12safetydansorry, though you were commenting on the above few lines
13:48:15safetydanthought
13:48:15amiconnBecause I don't get the logic behind jpeg_decode()
13:48:23safetydanah yeah
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13:50:28Bg3ramiconn i'm currently working on the jpeg plugin too...
13:50:44Bg3rbut not on that part for sure :)
13:50:45amiconnOh, nice
13:50:51amiconnHmm :/
13:50:53Bg3rno, it isn't nice
13:50:57Bg3r:)
13:51:01amiconnThe yuv->rgb I can do myself
13:51:34amiconnIt's in fact simple, regardless whether the yuv data will be interleaved or not
13:52:15Bg3ri'm working on XavierGr's patch
13:52:18amiconnjpeg_decode() uses double indirections which are pratically impossible to follow...
13:52:23Zoide777safetydan/linuxstb: so, do we know what the boolean is for?
13:52:37safetydanwhether it wraps or not I though
13:52:39safetydanthought
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13:52:56NicoFRBg3r: the file scrolling patch ?
13:53:20Bg3ryep
13:53:46NicoFRwhat are you doing with it ?
13:53:59Bg3rminor corrections
13:54:36Bg3rbut i'm a bit loss with all these global vars used everywhere :)
13:54:52Zoide777Bg3r: file scrolling patch? Is this related to accelerating when scrolling up/down or is it something about sidewise scrolling of long names?
13:55:18XavierGrchanging files inside the viewer
13:55:39XavierGr(and allow playback if the picture can fit in the plugin buffer)
13:55:58Bg3rbut not atm :)
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13:56:24NicoFRXavierGr: about the view while playing part... it doesn't compile on h300... i suppose it's normal ?
13:56:44XavierGrit did compiled as of 3 days...
13:57:02XavierGrsomething maybe changed between
13:57:13linuxstbamiconn: Have you tried looking at the CVS history for jpeg.c? Were earlier versions more understandable?
13:57:31NicoFRwell i think i tried about 3 days ago... so it must be me.
13:57:33amiconnThe decoder didn't change at all after initial commit afaik
13:58:04NicoFRXavierGr: are we taliking about patch [ 1358312 ] Updated* Mod. JPEG viewer; allows listening + file scrolling
13:58:05NicoFR?
13:58:11XavierGrno
13:58:18Bg3rXavierGr i was just kidding
13:58:39Bg3ratm it's in such state that i won't even try to run it :)
13:58:47XavierGrhaha
13:58:51XavierGrnow I got it.
13:59:12XavierGrI hope at least you saved those corrections you did before trying to restructure it
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13:59:27Bg3ryep
13:59:29XavierGrhttp://www.rockbox.org/patches.shtml
13:59:35XavierGrwow where the patches gone?
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14:00:05Bg3rXavierGr all are commited :D
14:00:14NicoFRhttp://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=44306&atid=439120
14:00:29Bg3rseriously, B4gder and Zagor are/were working on moving them to rockbox's site (afaik)
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14:00:33B4gderwe can describe the situation in one word:
14:00:36B4gdersourceforge
14:00:44Bg3rah
14:01:11XavierGrI have seen this before, but that time at least it displayed half the patches.
14:01:29linuxstbB4gder: Have you and Zagor decided on tracker software you want to use?
14:01:32B4gderthe "export as XML" function says "Internal Server Error"
14:01:36Zoide777what's wrong w/ sourceforge?
14:01:43linuxstbIt's unreliable.
14:01:44B4gderZoide777: everything!
14:01:47Bg3rsourceforge itself :)
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14:02:06Zoide777haha ok
14:02:06Zoide777seems to me the irc thing is also unreliable
14:02:09B4gderlinuxstb: I believe Zagor is going for Flyspray
14:02:28B4gderirc thing?
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14:02:41NicoFRXavierGr: what patch is it, then ? 1248947 ?
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14:03:02NicoFRthat one is old...
14:03:27XavierGrNicoFR: one moment
14:03:31NicoFRok
14:03:31linuxstbB4gder: I just hope the email notifications don't top-post....
14:03:41B4gderI hope so too
14:03:49Zoide777B4gder: hehe... I deliberately said "thing" b/c i'm not sure if it's the server/channel itself or if it's the website irc cgi app
14:04:23XavierGrNicoFR: https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=detail&aid=1266294&group_id=44306&atid=439120
14:04:44Bg3rthis is already old too ;)
14:05:54XavierGrhehe
14:05:59XavierGrat least it works
14:06:09XavierGruntil you commit something that is
14:06:34NicoFRbut does this one have view while playing ? i thought it didn't...
14:06:52Bg3rNicoFR depends on the size of the image
14:07:00XavierGrwell I adopted the idea and included in
14:07:05NicoFRok
14:07:21[IDC]Dragonamiconn: I saw complaints about the jpeg decoder?
14:07:27XavierGrmain idea was from Sebastian Henriksen
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14:07:58amiconn[IDC]Dragon: I'm trying to understand enough of it to add chroma decoding. No luck...
14:08:26[IDC]Dragonyou probably want my testbed
14:08:39amiconnHaha, that's probably far too early
14:09:19amiconnIt *seems* to me that chroma decoding itself can be added by removing the two if (ci == 0) conditionals
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14:09:39[IDC]Dragonyes, plus you need to store the data
14:09:47amiconnThe question remains how the decoder is told where to store the data
14:09:50[IDC]Dragonand have the tables at hand
14:10:10amiconnThe lines store_offs[p_jpeg->store_pos[0]] = 0; just look like gibberish
14:10:38NicoFRXavierGr: ok i'm sorry i really thought your patch didn't have the view chile playong code... didn't test it on files small enough ;-)
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14:11:16XavierGrNicoFR: At start it didn't have it, I added ;ater
14:11:19XavierGr^later
14:11:47NicoFRwell it's very nice :-D
14:11:57NicoFRonly lacks color now ^^
14:12:52XavierGrI will leave that to amiconn or [IDC]Dragon :)
14:14:06[IDC]Dragonamiconn: the store offset takes care of where to place the 4 luma pixel
14:14:08amiconngRrRrRr
14:15:03[IDC]Dragona problem with jpeg are the many possible color formats
14:15:29[IDC]Dragonthey are unlimeted, it's just common practice to use yuv
14:15:48amiconnFrom what I gathered, jfif always means yuv
14:15:50[IDC]Dragonwhich can be 4:2:0, 4:2:2 or 4:4:4
14:16:29[IDC]DragonI can decode all of the above, the store offset helps with that
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14:16:52[IDC]DragonI forgot b&w jpeg
14:17:02amiconnI think it's no problem to support all 4 variants for yuv->rgb conversion
14:17:04[IDC]Dragonwhich is also possible
14:17:17amiconnThe bigger problem is to add the actual chroma decoding
14:17:42[IDC]Dragonno, the tools are all there
14:18:06[IDC]DragonI found it more difficult to skip chroma ;-)
14:18:49amiconnHmm :(
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14:19:33XavierGramiconn why don't you let [IDC]Dragon do it? He seems quite confident! :)
14:20:07[IDC]Dragonwell, I wrote it
14:20:15XavierGrexactly
14:20:33[IDC]Dragonor, stole it from IJG
14:20:46NicoFR[IDC]Dragon: someone over at MR said you already had the color decoding code, is that true ?
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14:21:03preglowamiconn: decoding chroma should be simple
14:21:16preglowamiconn: afaik, it's just the same as decoding luma, but with different quant and huffman tables
14:21:20[IDC]Dragonnot exactly. It was a color decoder, but not streamlined enough
14:21:32B4gderThou Shalt Not Believe Things You Read on Misticriver
14:21:43preglowamiconn: the remaining problem should then be supporting the fact chromo blocks may cover several luma blocks
14:22:07amiconnHrrm. Now we have two people with the necessary knowledge, but no time, and one person having th etime but not enough knowledge :/
14:22:12NicoFRB4gder: i try not to, but sometimes the temptation is too strong ;-)
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14:22:17B4gderhehe
14:22:26[IDC]Dragonmaybe I'll look into it tonight
14:22:42B4gderNicoFR: use the force you must
14:22:43[IDC]Dragonyou guys are too impatient to wait for devcon?
14:22:44B4gder;-)
14:22:48preglowi'm stuffed with work for at least one week
14:22:51linuxstbamiconn: You need to offer to do preglow's day job for him...
14:23:00preglowoh, god
14:23:03amiconnpreglow: I don't think this is a problem. Imho the best way would be to decode chroma as-is, and do the upsampling on-the-fly within yuv->rgb conversion for display
14:23:05preglowdeal! deal!
14:23:07amiconnSaves RAM.
14:23:09Febslinuxstb, I don't know if this has been previously reported, but some iPod 4G users say that after installing Rockbox, their screen is reversed when using the Apple fw.
14:23:19B4gderone of the ipodfun.de guys wrote us and want to come to the devcon
14:23:29preglowamiconn: sounds like a bit of a memory waste, unless you want to do the drawing block by block
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14:23:41[IDC]Dragonipodfun.de ?
14:23:43FebsThat issue is reported here: http://www6.head-fi.org/forums/showthread.php?t=160439&page=5
14:24:01B4gder[IDC]Dragon: seems to be ipod community thing
14:24:07B4gderan ipod...
14:24:09amiconnpreglow: Hmm? Afaiu yuv takes less space than rgb when chroma is subsampled
14:24:13[IDC]Dragonis he a developer?
14:24:18B4gderno
14:24:30[IDC]Dragona tourist?
14:24:32B4gdermore of a journalist kind
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14:24:58preglowamiconn: true enough... i'm braindead
14:25:14amiconnThe conversion would be done at display time, i.e. just the actually visible part would be converted
14:25:23linuxstbFebs: Yes, I know about that. I think the solution will have to be to not enable the lcd in the bootloader for the 4g.
14:25:43[IDC]DragonChristi is now coming for sure?
14:25:46amiconnIt means that parts may be converted several times when scrolling around but I don't think this is a problem
14:25:56B4gder[IDC]Dragon: she has confirmed, yes
14:26:09[IDC]Dragonyay for the gender quota
14:26:14B4gderyeps
14:26:41[IDC]Dragonwe can record a voice file at devcon
14:26:43B4gderpercentage of our female developers coming to the devcon: 100%
14:26:46B4gder;-)
14:26:49Zagorhaha
14:27:02preglowhahah
14:27:03amiconnShould I put my arrival/departure times somewhere?
14:27:14preglowrockbox team combined voice file
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14:27:45B4gderamiconn: yes, at least in a mail to us ;-)
14:27:48XavierGroh yes keep a footage of the meeting!
14:28:00amiconnI can bring my player as well if there's demand. I also have a spare HD
14:28:15[IDC]DragonI have spare diskless players
14:28:26B4gderthere's a webcam being fixed
14:28:41B4gderI'll run over before the event and make sure it works
14:28:46[IDC]Dragonthen /me has to properly dress
14:29:11FebsI checked and there is no convenient/affordable way for me to get from Philadelphia to Stockholm on US Airways. :(
14:29:13preglownah, you'll all be required to drop the pants
14:29:15preglowbagder insists
14:29:29B4gderhey, don't spoil the surprise
14:29:30[IDC]Dragonwhat kind of webcam is this?
14:29:40B4gderI'm not sure
14:29:44Febs(not that I could add much to the conference, but it would have been a great excuse to see Sweden.)
14:31:46safetydanIs there any criteria for themes that are included in CVS?
14:32:17safetydans/Is/Are
14:32:35B4gdersafetydan: not really, but I think we're aiming at having just a few quality ones for each lcd size
14:33:22safetydanI agree
14:33:33safetydanShould really include one that works with unifont though
14:33:36Zagorlinuxstb: top-post?
14:33:53Zagoryou mean the comment order?
14:34:06B4gderI think so
14:34:07safetydanI thought "top-post" meant putting the reply to an email above the quoted text
14:34:08linuxstbYes.
14:34:19B4gderlike the SF mails add the notes in reverse-order
14:34:42Zagorright. i haven't actually tried the mails yet... :-)
14:35:07LinusNtop-posting is the devil's invention
14:35:17Zagori would be surprised if they are top-post though. it's such a silly idea.
14:35:31B4gderaegray: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
14:35:31B4gderquobl: Why is top-posting such a bad thing?
14:35:37B4gderaaah
14:35:44LinusNB4gder: nice try
14:35:44B4gderpaste crap
14:36:04B4gderthe nick completion messed it up
14:36:13B4gder A: and Q: got expanded
14:36:19B4gderhow silly
14:36:32Zagorflyspray has a cool feature: jabber notification.
14:36:33LinusNalmost as silly as top-posting
14:37:15B4gderZagor: we need to add a cia interface! http://cia.navi.cx/
14:37:26B4gder(which has nothing to do with flyspray)
14:37:26ZagorI'm still in the sweating-at-the-thought-of-converting-sf-xml stage
14:38:17Zagorlooks like a fun idea
14:39:47muesli__why is that patch http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=1401551&group_id=44306&atid=439120 not committed so far?
14:40:12XavierGrwow CIA has Gentoo and KDE
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14:46:38Zoide777Ridiculous: (http://yro.slashdot.org/yro/06/02/16/007257.shtml)
14:48:57XavierGrRIAA is always ridiculous
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15:01:27MarcoPolowhat's the status of this ? http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/TagDatabase
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15:04:44safetydanMarcoPolo, working... sort of (don't think it works on iPod for example). Replacement (called tagcache) being worked on by Slasheri
15:05:30MarcoPolosafetydan: well, it seems to freeze the ipod when i go back from ShowFiles/Database to the file view
15:06:11safetydanprobably a known issue
15:06:31safetydanIIRC it's an alignment issue with the data structure
15:06:42MarcoPolosafetydan: ie ?
15:07:27safetydanit's not likely to be fixed soon if a replacement is coming
15:07:31linuxstbMarcoPolo: I think you will just have to wait for the replacement database to be ready - no-one seems interested in maintaining the old one.
15:07:50MarcoPololinuxstb: and is it possible to test tagcache ?
15:08:04safetydanI don't think Slasheri has made any patches yet
15:08:37MarcoPolosafetydan: ok, thanks for your answers !
15:08:56MarcoPolo(it's the first time I use rockbox & I love rockbox, i'm just missing tag browsing)
15:09:46safetydantag browsing is coming back, but like all hobby projects, things take a while :)
15:09:52*Zagor is still grumpy about having his code massacred and left for dead
15:10:23*safetydan wonders whatever happened to HCl
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15:11:00MarcoPolosafetydan: yeah sure. But, you know, I heard some time ago that's ipod 5G support could take months, and now i runs. So I believe wonders ;)
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15:12:50linuxstbMarcoPolo: That was luck. The 5g has turned out to be very similar to the older ipods. The warnings were because at that stage we didn't know if it was the same, or very different.
15:12:53***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
15:13:14safetydanIs there anyway to check for structure alignment issues without running it on target?
15:13:20MarcoPololinuxstb: the display was different, isn't it ?
15:13:44MarcoPolosafetydan: you're looking at tagdatabase ;-) ?
15:14:52linuxstbMarcoPolo: Yes, but that was solved very quickly by the ipodlinux people - and it turns out their solution was better than they realised.
15:15:08MarcoPololinuxstb: ok, that's really cool :-)
15:15:13Zoide777linuxstb: so there *is* a working tag database?
15:15:30linuxstbThere is a tag database. That's all I know.
15:15:37safetydanMarcoPolo, if it was easy fix, maybe :)
15:15:53preglowlinuxstb: have they merged your changes?
15:16:06Zoide777I've tested the tag database that comes w/ rockbox right now, and it seems to work ok... the problem for me is that it only supports mp3, so it's not particularly useful
15:16:11preglowlinuxstb: how many fps do you get with starfield thingy?
15:16:13linuxstbpreglow: Yes. And hyarion and almost finished incorporating them into idoom.
15:16:27linuxstb33fps IIRC.
15:16:29preglowlinuxstb: you can no similar changes for nano? :>
15:16:36linuxstb:)
15:16:36preglowinsert "do" somewhere
15:17:03linuxstbThat driver does need looking it - on my Color, it only manages about 72fps. The H300 manages 80.
15:17:05safetydanZoide777, should also work with Ogg if you use the Java tool
15:17:08linuxstbs/it/at/
15:17:38Zoide777safetydan: sorry, you're right. but it doesn't support wavepack, right? a lot of my files are in wv...
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15:18:05safetydan no wv AFAIK
15:18:34Zoide777ahh so no good for me yet
15:18:42preglowsome pay slasheri to finish tagcahce
15:18:44preglowcache!
15:19:06*MarcoPolo gives 1000$ to slasheri
15:19:37MarcoPolocan i browse the cvs somewhere ?
15:20:31safetydanhttp://www.rockbox.org/viewcvs.cgi/
15:20:39MarcoPolothanks !
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15:25:50MarcoPolohave to go !
15:25:55MarcoPolothanks for your help !
15:26:24*MarcoPolo gives 2000000 $ to slasheri
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15:30:53linuxstbDo .m3u playlists only contain the filename? Is there any convention for adding track names or other metadata?
15:31:08Mikachuamiconn: got it working in grayscale now
15:31:13safetydanAFAIK they're just a list of files
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15:33:45preglowlinuxstb: they can contain more, yes, i think winamp does that
15:33:58Mikachuuh, who wrote ipod.c in bootloader/ and thought it was a good idea to use the same name for a variable and a function?
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15:34:12markunlinuxstb: http://hanna.pyxidis.org/tech/m3u.html
15:35:39safetydanSeems like an odd thing to do in a play list file
15:35:44safetydanMikachu, which part?
15:36:15Mikachuthere is an int key_pressed in opto_keypad_read() which is called from key_pressed()
15:36:19Mikachui was confused first, but it's okay now
15:37:40safetydanI'm surprised that doesn't generate a warning
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15:39:05preglowit should
15:39:16preglowunless you're in a windows simulator, i guess
15:39:19preglowno, even then
15:39:21linuxstbMikachu: Maybe they are used for different targets
15:39:35linuxstbThe person doing the 3g port added some code recently I think.
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15:39:46Mikachuno, both are for 4G
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15:41:09linuxstbMikachu: It's just a local variable inside a function, and it's defined before the key_pressed() function - so it's perfectly unambiguous....
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15:41:40Mikachui guess so
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15:41:43safetydantrue, but it's poor style
15:41:44linuxstbBut I'll change key_pressed() to button_pressed() anyway :)
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15:45:24linuxstbmarkun: Thanks for the info. I'm considering the idea of exporting the contents of the itunesdb to .m3u playlists. But if the playlist files only contain filenames, it's not going to be that useful.
15:45:38amiconn_linuxstb: The H300 achieves the 80fps at 45 MHz. What's the clock frequency you used to measure fps on iPod?
15:45:52preglow75
15:45:53linuxstb75MHz.
15:46:25linuxstbMost of the time is the "finishup" delay. If I take that out, then the raw data transfer speed is 107fps.
15:46:46linuxstbBut the lcd updates are glitchy.
15:47:23Mikachuthe annoying thing about booting ipods is that when you move your finger, you seem to throw away the key event for the menu key
15:47:42Mikachugot colored plasma now at least :)
15:47:44linuxstbBut as the lcd_update can yield() during the finishup, it doesn't affect audio playback. That's if I've understood things correctly.
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15:49:21linuxstbWhat would people think of a "Start Apple firmware" menu option in Rockbox?
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15:49:36ripnetuklinuxstb - ive been wanting that on iRiver for ages
15:49:37Mikachuis that possible?
15:49:42LinusNlinuxstb: what a defeat
15:49:46linuxstbMikachu: Yes, it's easy.
15:49:51linuxstbLinusN: Yes, it's easy
15:49:57ripnetukwhile it cant play video, its needed innit?
15:49:58Mikachu100% in favor
15:50:22LinusNbooo, boooo, boooooo :-)
15:50:30ripnetukwhich is why im here... do the recent commits to increase video framerate mean we are nearer video playback in rockbox? or is it just for the rvf files?
15:50:47preglowneither
15:50:52preglowand everything
15:51:02LinusNwell put
15:51:09preglowagreed
15:51:25preglowwe have no video stuff going on
15:51:27ripnetukwill we need to decode the mp4 vids in software, or does the broadcom chip handle decoding / help to handle decoding
15:51:42preglowand rvf files are impractical for anything but archoses
15:51:42ripnetukbrb
15:51:58Mikachui want color jpeg first (just saying)
15:52:01preglowit usually handles decoding, yes, but we have no info on it
15:53:20linuxstbpreglow: What's your opinion on a "Start original firmware" menu option?
15:53:54preglowwell
15:53:57preglowdoes it even run?
15:54:02preglowi thought memory mapping tripped it over
15:54:25linuxstbI would implement it by writing a cookie to IRAM, and then rebooting. The bootloader would read the cookie and boot retailos.
15:54:39preglowyou could also just map memory back, of course
15:54:46preglowbut yeah, whatever, i'm sure people will use it
15:55:38linuxstbI can also see H300 owners liking it - if they want video playback, or even h1x0 owners with wma collections... But it somehow doesn't feel right. :(
15:56:02Mikachui just want to use it to enter usb mode easier
15:56:05preglowi thought you onle meant for ipods
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15:56:19preglowi wouldn't like to defile the iriver bootloaders with anything like this
15:56:29preglowso i'm against it there
15:56:45Mikachuhooray, color cycling plasma
15:56:46safetydanwow, someone's unhappy that rockdoom doesn't load PC Doom saves
15:57:06linuxstbQuite right too. Give them their money back.
15:57:31crwlbut where's my rockdoom for h100? :P
15:57:41linuxstbiDoom is looking nice on the 5g - we need rockdoom as well.
15:58:02Lynx_i just want doom 3 to run. ;)
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15:58:16crwlipod 5g has better screen resolution than original doom had :)
15:58:52linuxstbRockboy also works, and it takes up about a quarter of the screen...
15:58:52Philip_0729??? 320x240 isn't that the same
15:59:22amiconnoriginal doom is 320x200
15:59:28Philip_0729oh
15:59:45safetydanSomeone mentions wanting MAME to run as well
16:00
16:00:05safetydanthose poor little DAPs, expected to do so much...
16:00:28Philip_0729on my PC is goes up to an incredible 640x480 on the official re-release of the game for win 95
16:00:32Mikachui want nsf and spc and gym playback and and and
16:00:41preglowlinuxstb: it'll bloody well run at its original resolution on the 5g
16:00:46preglowlinuxstb: with 40 pixels to spare
16:00:59linuxstb:)
16:01:17preglowoh, amiconn mentioned it
16:01:18*preglow goes away
16:01:23amiconnlinuxstb: What's the greyscale iPod's default contrast?
16:01:26crwlon my PC doom goes up to 1920x1080, mut it looks pretty horrible on my monitor :P
16:01:35crwlor at least flickery...
16:01:46amiconnlcd-2bit-horz makes lcd_default_contrast() return 40 ...
16:01:47Philip_0729:) sit further away ;)
16:03:04linuxstbamiconn: Yes. The actual hardware value is 0..127, but I think everything under 64 is invisible, so I kept the Archos scale of 0..63 and add 64 to it in set_contrast.
16:03:05Mikachuhm, the apple os reboots automatically if you write to the boot sector thing...
16:03:14Mikachuso if i write there i don't have to hold menu+play 5 seconds
16:03:26amiconnlinuxstb: Ah.
16:03:27linuxstbMikachu: Yes, I believe a write to the first 32MB causes an automatic reboot.
16:04:03linuxstbamiconn: But this was all guesswork... It could well contain mistakes, but no-one's reported any bugs relating to contrast.
16:04:17Mikachuhahaha
16:04:28Mikachui just did a hexdump of /dev/sda1
16:04:36linuxstbSTOP!
16:04:40Mikachuso funny
16:04:58Mikachudid they or you put it there?
16:05:12linuxstbThat's a nice message from Apple.
16:05:38Zagorwhat is it?
16:05:40Philip_0729??? what does it say
16:05:41Mikachuso if i do echo \{ > /dev/sda1, everything should be fine
16:05:48Mikachucan i paste it here? it's 7 or 8 lines
16:06:03ZagorMikachu: writing to sd1 is not a good idea...
16:06:32Mikachuah, it works
16:06:37Mikachugreat timesaver
16:06:50ZagorMikachu: sure, paste it
16:06:56Zagori'm curious :-)
16:07:11Mikachu{{~~ /−−−−-\
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16:07:11DBUGEnqueued KICK Mikachu
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16:07:16Mikachu{{~~ \−−−−-/
16:07:19MikachuCopyright(C) 200
16:07:21Mikachu1 Apple Computer
16:07:24Mikachu, Inc.−−−−−−−−−−
16:07:43Zagorhaha
16:07:46Mikachui'm impressed they aligned it to 16 bytes too
16:07:46safetydanI'm surprised the dogcow isn't in there
16:08:05enderis that real?
16:08:25Mikachui didn't make it up
16:08:28amiconnHmm....
16:08:56amiconnIt seems the author of lcd-2bit-horz.c had some good ideas for speed, and at the same time did some silly things as well...
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16:09:19LinusNsounds like the entire rockbox dev community
16:09:35linuxstb"work in progress"...
16:09:47amiconnI'll try and create best-of-both for lcd-h100.c and lcd-2bit-horz.c
16:10:32Zoide777amiconn: AWESOME
16:11:17amiconnPerhaps I should split lcd-h100.c as well
16:11:48enderbtw, who resized the H120 image that's on the daily builds page?
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16:13:49jackinabox^guys, MAJOR emergency, someone please pm me i think i just bricked my H340!!
16:14:07Bg3rjackinabox^ ask here
16:14:11Philip_0729have you tried the reset button
16:15:33jackinabox^i tried installing RB, i updated the f/ware with the patch and copied it to the root directory of the H340, i then did the f/ware upgrade as per the site instructions
16:15:40Zoide777amiconn: oh, wait, does that mean it will only improve for h-100 or will it also improve for 4g grayscale?
16:15:47amiconnBoth
16:15:53Zoide777nice :)
16:16:02linuxstbMikachu: You probably want to do "echo -n \{ > /dev/sda1" or else you will write a newline
16:16:04Philip_0729have you installed a daily build onto the hdd
16:16:27jackinabox^then, when i tried to install the daily build, i couldn't get past the bootloader screen
16:16:33Philip_0729is it off at the moment
16:16:51jackinabox^it's connected to the usb
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16:17:20jackinabox^with msg "bootloader usb mode" on the screen
16:17:48Philip_0729have you downloaded the .rockbox directory and rockbox.iriver files from this site : http://www.rockbox.org/daily.shtml
16:18:11jackinabox^i just want to uninstall it and reflash to old 1.29 f/ware
16:18:25Philip_0729have you?
16:19:13ripnetukjack - have you tried booting while holding down the rec button?
16:19:14Philip_0729you need the bootloader which you have done already now is the easy part of just unzipping a directory to the irivers HDD
16:19:30ripnetukthat should boot the original iriver fw
16:19:31jackinabox^i don't think i had the .rockbox directory but i did d/load the dail build
16:19:37ripnetuk(if its the same as H140)
16:20:19Jungti1234hi
16:20:49Philip_0729hmm did you unzipp the daily build onto the root of the iriver ie where MUSIC, RECORD, PCTURE, etc folders are??
16:20:55jackinabox^so do i send the zip file to the 340 and then unzip it in the root directory?
16:21:01Philip_0729yes
16:21:31jackinabox^ok, i unzippedrst, could be my mistake
16:21:45jackinabox^unzipped first *
16:22:48Philip_0729you should have now have a file called rockbox.iriver in the root of your H300 and a .rockbox directory
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16:24:28jackinabox^yep and i still have the .zip in there
16:25:00Mikachuhttp://mikachu.ath.cx/patches/rockbox-plasma-color.patch if someone wants to play
16:25:10Philip_0729now if you safely disconnect your player it should boot rockbox
16:25:18Mikachulinuxstb: oh, i meant to say -n too of course
16:25:20jackinabox^cool
16:25:21Mikachulinuxstb: thanks :)
16:25:38Jungti1234Mikachu: What's that?
16:25:50MikachuJungti1234: color support for the plasma plugin
16:25:58Jungti1234ah..
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16:26:28jackinabox^nope, still cutting out!!!
16:26:46Jungti1234I want to make basic plugin....
16:27:13Jungti1234My ability that don't make basic plugin..
16:27:57safetydanjackinabox^, what do you mean "cutting out"?
16:28:06Jungti1234hm.. bye all
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16:28:42jackinabox^as in switching off spontaneously
16:28:51safetydanBattery is charged?
16:29:04Philip_0729hmm... you definatly have the .rockbox directory in the root not in a folder, as in /.rockbox not /rockbox/.rockbox because this could happen depending on how you unzip files
16:29:06safetydanWhat if you boot to the iRiver firmware?
16:29:27jackinabox^i've just connected the charger ut it had enough battery before
16:29:34amiconnHmmmmmm....
16:29:41amiconniPod 4-grey seem to pack the bits lsb->msb, while the archos player gfx library uses the opposite order. Seems another mono format is due...
16:30:19Mikachudo i need to prod someone about patches i add to the tracker or should i just be patient?
16:30:26safetydanjackinabox^, Does the original iRiver firmware boot?
16:30:33safetydanMikachu, patience grasshopper
16:31:42preglowsafetydan: plus some additional prodding
16:31:50safetydanprodding is good too
16:33:39jackinabox^safetydan: yea just disconnected the usb and both the music and video SEEM to be working fine
16:33:44jackinabox^thank christ
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16:34:15safetydanjackinabox^, So what exactly are you doing when you boot rockbox? You're not trying to boot it with the USB cable connected are you?
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16:35:54jackinabox^no
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16:36:51jackinabox^i'm just booting in the normal way, ie pressing play/pause and it turns on and off
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16:37:24safetydanSo it just switches off while running rockbox?
16:38:15jackinabox^well how do u mean running rb? i've just installed it in the root directory, i don't know how to choose between it and iriver
16:38:52linuxstbMikachu: Have you installed the cross-compilers for the other Rockbox targets? i.e. m68k and sh-1 ?
16:39:02safetydanjackinabox^, have you installed the bootloader?
16:39:10jackinabox^yep
16:39:44linuxstbMikachu: I'm just testing plasma on my 5g - it's looking nice. Is fire next?
16:40:13safetydanjackinabox^, if the charger is plugged in, I think the bootloader will default to booting the iRiver firmware
16:40:23safetydanotherwise it should boot straight in to rockbox
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16:40:43Mikachulinuxstb: there is a fire?
16:40:55jackinabox^when the charger is connected it won't boot at all
16:40:55Mikachulinuxstb: no, i had an arm chain lying around from my gameboy advance i think
16:42:13linuxstbMikachu: It's just that if you're going to be submitting lots of patches, it's a good idea to at least compile them for other targets, to make sure you don't accidentally break them.
16:42:19preglowwho made fire?
16:42:23jackinabox^i lied actually, it will boot, i just need to hold record as well
16:42:32linuxstbpreglow: man made fire
16:42:39preglowwho made man?
16:43:08linuxstbman just crawled out of the sea
16:43:23preglowlucky for him
16:43:26preglowbut yeah
16:43:31preglowi think fire needs some brushing up
16:43:34preglowit doesn't look very good
16:43:46Mikachulinuxstb: i'm usually careful to not break things i think
16:43:52jackinabox^bernard fanning rocks!!
16:44:32linuxstbMikachu: I think I'll commit your plasma fix. What's your real name (for the CREDITS file, unless you are there).
16:44:38MikachuMikael Magnusson
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16:45:51Mikachui think the shutdown fix is also a good patch
16:46:25linuxstbI've just noticed you've only defined a PLASMA_REGEN_COLORS button for the ipod - not the other targets.
16:46:35Mikachuyeah, i wrote that in my comment too
16:47:12Mikachui don't know which buttons are generic
16:47:17linuxstbWhat comment?
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16:47:28Mikachuin the patch tracker
16:47:30linuxstbAh, it's on the patch tracker now...
16:47:53Mikachusorry, forgot i pasted it locally
16:48:29Mikachuare there 4G ipods without color?
16:48:58linuxstbAny h300 users around? Which button should be assigned in plasma to re-randomise the colours? Currently only up/down and OFF are used.
16:49:05linuxstbMikachu: Yes.
16:49:24Mikachuokay, then the binds in fire.c are not crazy
16:49:38linuxstbAlso the #ifdef around the button check should be HAVE_LCD_COLOR
16:50:03Mikachuhm, i probably meant to have both
16:50:19safetydanlinuxstb, probably NAVI (BUTTON_SELECT)
16:50:25linuxstbcase (PLASMA_REGEN_COLORS)
16:50:26safetydanIt should be the same for the H100 as well
16:50:37safetydanif it had colors that is
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16:57:25Mikachuis the fire plugin pretty slow looking on purpose?
16:57:59Mikachuoh oops, i added lcd_update inside the for loop :P
16:59:37Mikachuthat's better
16:59:37jackinabox^ok, i seem to have sussed it all out FINALLY thanx guys
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17:04:23jackinabox^one question...how can u tell if u're in the iriver or rb f/ware?? they look the same to me
17:04:36t0mas:D
17:04:38t0mas17:04
17:04:40t0mastime to go home
17:04:59t0masBagder: I just killed the buildscript... it was hanging for 45 minutes on the last build
17:05:09t0masmust be something wrong... so I added a simple form of error logging
17:05:19t0maslets see what it does with the next change
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17:07:36safetydanjackinabox^, uhh... by default the Rockbox firmware should look pretty different from the iRiver firmware
17:07:43linuxstbMikachu: Your plasma patch is in CVS now, thanks.
17:07:52Mikachuhooray
17:07:53safetydanFor a start you should see a Rockbox splash screen at boot
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17:12:02jackinabox^ok
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17:14:46jackinabox^hmmm, back to the old problem, it's switching off as it attempts to boot in RB
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17:15:45safetydanjackinabox^, you're certain there is a rockbox.iriver file in the root of your filesystem?
17:15:49safetydanand a .rockbox folder?
17:16:10imphasinglinuxstb: Any new changes?
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17:18:20jackinabox^there is a rb h300 directory and that contains the rb.iriver yes....the only other thing it can be is i still have the .zip file in the root directory
17:18:45Mikachui am almost certain you want rockbox.iriver in /
17:19:39jackinabox^u need rb.iriver in the root, not a folder??
17:19:47Mikachuyes
17:19:55Mikachui think so
17:20:17linuxstbimphasing: No, nothing new.
17:20:23jackinabox^ok, i'll try that
17:20:48safetydanYes rockbox.irver and .rockbox must be /
17:20:59safetydanbe in
17:21:06linuxstbjackinabox^: Are you using winzip?
17:21:14jackinabox^yep
17:21:55linuxstbJust download rockbox.zip (to anywhere), right-click on it, select "Extract to", and then select the top-level (root) folder in your iriver.
17:23:07imphasingmake zip
17:23:11imphasinger..
17:23:13imphasingwrong window.
17:23:14imphasing:D
17:23:18linuxstbOK, just a moment......
17:23:20Mikachumake: *** No rule to make target `zip'. Stop.
17:23:23linuxstbhehe
17:23:56jackinabox^comes up with "no rockbox directory, installation incomplete" and then it turns off
17:24:27CtcpIgnored 1 channel CTCP requests in 0 seconds at the last flood
17:24:27*imphasing is trying out his own lcd driver
17:24:47linuxstbimphasing: What are you trying?
17:24:49safetydanjackinabox^, means you are still missing the .rockbox directory
17:25:05safetydanjackinabox^, it must be in the top level as well
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17:25:34imphasingWell that slowed it down a little..
17:25:46imphasingI'm hainv git write more pizels per colum
17:26:10imphasinger, "having it"
17:27:17jackinabox^got it!!
17:27:17linuxstbIf you're keen, you could rewrite the main loop inside lcd_update_rect() in assembler.
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17:27:24jackinabox^thanx boys
17:27:28Jungti1234hey
17:27:29imphasingYeah, I was thinking of doing that.
17:27:35imphasingIt would make it a lot faster I bet.
17:27:54linuxstbI don't think it would be a _lot_ faster, but you could probably squeeze a few more fps out of it.
17:28:27imphasingI'm just playing around with it now to see how it works. It seems fairly simple actually..
17:28:31Mikachumaybe you can compile some parts of the code with higher -O without breaking everything
17:28:32linuxstbIt was the communication with the bcm that was slow, and I think that's now been minimised as much as possible.
17:28:37imphasingyeah..
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17:29:00Jungti1234Does Rockbox recording have problem?
17:29:06imphasingMaybe I'll start searching through retailos dumps in search of some ARC instructions..
17:29:34Jungti1234Main board by heat that it is serious burnt.
17:30:12Zoide777imphasing: are you working on a driver for a specific dap or one that works for several?
17:30:33Jungti1234Don't anyone know?
17:30:37imphasingI'm just working on trying to get the ipod 5G's lcd update to be faster.
17:30:42josh_linuxstb: I've already rewritten it in assembly :-)
17:30:52linuxstbAny improvement?
17:30:52imphasing:)
17:31:00josh_check out tools/hotdog/hotdog_ops.S from ipodlinux's SVN, look at _HD_ARM_Update5G func.
17:31:05josh_haven't tried it yet
17:31:23jackinabox^cool, now i just have to learn to drive the bastard!!
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17:31:42amiconnHmm.
17:31:54Jungti1234mainboard burnt~~ mainboard burnt~~
17:31:56Mikachuwhere is the ipl svn?
17:31:57imphasingI can get 91 fps if I only have it update one pixel per column per loop, but OMG it looks horrible.
17:33:14amiconnOptimsed lcd-2bit-horz lcd_bitmap_part() needs more thinking than I did think initially
17:33:19Jungti1234hmmmmm
17:33:23Jungti1234ok...
17:33:24amiconnStill manageable though
17:33:44Jungti1234Was I ignored?
17:34:06linuxstbjosh_: The address register is auto-incrementing, so you should be able to optimise the setup_rect part of the code to just write the first address, followed by n values.
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17:36:43amiconnlinuxstb: iPod 3g and 4g grayscale have the same lcd format?
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17:37:03linuxstbamiconn: Yes.
17:38:16linuxstbThe only difference in the drivers are the init code and register addresses.
17:38:32safetydanI wonder how annoyed people would be if I changed the EQ settings file layout
17:39:25imphasinglinuxstb: Did you change the 5G driver function at all from iPL, or did it work stock with rockbox?
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17:40:31safetydanIs it just me, or is there very little sanity checking of settings read in via the .cfg files?
17:42:40linuxstbsafetydan: I believe that's because they are not designed to be edited by humans
17:43:09linuxstbBut of course, a broken cfg file shouldn't break rockbox
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17:43:26safetydanThere's a lot effort made to make them human readable though
17:43:32safetydanIncluding adding comments
17:43:58linuxstbimphasing: Are you going to try josh's assembler routine in Rockbox?
17:44:29imphasingYeah.
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17:45:01imphasingIn your driver, the fb is lcd_framebuffer[y][x]?
17:45:13imphasingI guess jsut lcd_framebuffer would work
17:45:39jackinabox^ok, now shuffle...it seems that it only shuffles a nominated directory, despite my having selected "Shuffle: All Songs"
17:45:57hardeepsafetydan: what sanity checking are you referring to?
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17:46:16safetydanjackinabox^, http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/IriverFAQ#How_do_I_shuffle_all_files_on_th
17:46:28safetydanhardeep, range of permitted values for instance.
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17:46:33imphasingCan I just shove a new file into my drivers dir (josh's update function) and the build system will link it in?
17:46:41imphasingOr do I need to do some makefile editing?
17:46:44linuxstbYou need to add it to firmware/SOURCES
17:46:55linuxstbLook for lcd-ipodvideo.c, and add it next to that.
17:46:58imphasingok
17:47:04imphasingI already have it in there
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17:47:37hardeepsafetydan: yeah, that info isn't stored in the config structure
17:47:57linuxstbYou should just be able to make lcd_update_rect() call _HD_ARM_Update5G(lcd_framebuffer,x,y,width,height);
17:48:24jackinabox^cheers safetydan; didn't think to check the FAQ :)
17:48:25safetydanhardeep, guess it doesn't matter for most values. I was just going to start clamping values for the EQ but noticed no other part of the system seems to do that.
17:48:54safetydanjackinabox^, you'd be surprised how often that quesion is asked :)
17:50:25amiconnUh-oh
17:50:36*amiconn found an old bug in lcd-h100.c
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17:51:08imphasingDo I have to edit the makefile too?
17:51:18imphasingBecuase it's telling me there's no rule to make that file
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17:52:23amiconnRather nasty one. I wonder why this worked at all....
17:54:02amiconnlcd_bitmap_part() isn't supposed to use drawmodes at all. But it does...
17:54:12amiconn...in an unpredictable way
17:54:32linuxstbimphasing: What filename did you give it?
17:55:29imphasingHD_ARM_Update5G.s
17:55:41imphasingMight want to change that
17:55:53amiconnUse .S (upper case)
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17:57:33imphasingI changed it to asn-update5G.S, and it still complains there's no rule
17:57:57imphasinger, s/asn/asm/
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17:59:04linuxstb_imphasing: You can always just add it (using #ifdef CONFIG_CPU == LCD_IPODVIDEO) to firmware/drivers/lcd.S
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17:59:26imphasingAh, there was a typo in the SOURCES file
17:59:27imphasing:D
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18:01:04imphasingArg, assembler error..
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18:05:21imphasingah...
18:05:22imphasinghahaha
18:10:58jackinabox^cool, i have the bare basics down (including switching between the IR and RB f/ware) now just need to learn to queue multiple songs in RB but can do that tomorrow
18:12:07muesli__would be great to commit this patch to get the h300 lcd remote working http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=1401551&group_id=44306&atid=439120
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18:15:52imphasingCool, now the driver doesn't work at all
18:15:53imphasing:P
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18:30:38amiconnHmm, no safetydan around
18:31:00imphasingI can do the safetydance though
18:31:02amiconnThe sdl sim has problems with backlight simulation on the iriver remote
18:31:05imphasingThat could help/
18:32:34linuxstbimphasing: Any luck with the lcd driver?
18:32:43imphasingheh..
18:32:45imphasingnot really.
18:32:53imphasingI'm not 100% sure how the asm function works
18:32:53linuxstbI'm just trying it now as well.
18:33:20imphasingI think the fb it asks for is just like src in the main driver update function
18:33:28linuxstbYes, I think it is.
18:33:54imphasingI got rid of everything in that function besides that, and just stuck the function call in, using src for the fb, and xy,y,width,height for the other args
18:33:58imphasingand it just froze
18:33:59imphasing:)
18:34:44linuxstbYes, it's not looking good at the moment...
18:34:59aegraywhat are you working on?
18:35:20linuxstbjosh wrote an asm lcd update routine for the 5g, so we're trying it in Rockbox.
18:35:34linuxstbBut I don't think he's tested it on a real device yet.
18:35:38aegrayhaha no he didn't
18:35:41imphasingheh
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18:40:04imphasingI might just "wait" until josh gets that sorted out before I try it again
18:40:06imphasing:)
18:40:53linuxstbI agree, we can let him debug it first...
18:42:10Mikachui can't quite get the fire plugin to make sense
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18:43:05Mikachuhere's what i got so far, http://mikachu.ath.cx/patches/rockbox-fire-color.patch
18:43:20Mikachustole the Incandescent color ramp from the gimp
18:44:51josh_linuxstb: yep, I accidentally reused a local label
18:44:57josh_(the 1: in the bcm finishup loop)
18:45:03josh_I'm testing it now, I'll commit my changes when it works.
18:45:04imphasingYeah, I figured that one out
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18:53:36josh_erm, it's still freezing. I'll be back in ~1h30.
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19:02:12safetydanamiconn, SDL sim remote backlight issues?
19:02:36amiconnyes
19:03:02amiconn(1) the dark color isn't black as long as the remote backlight is on
19:03:23amiconn(2) When the remote backlight goes off, the remote lcd isn't refreshed
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19:03:38amiconnOnly the next lcd_remote_update() will show the change
19:04:15safetydan2 is easy to fix
19:04:23amiconnIn fact black is never black, regardless of whether the remote backlight is on
19:04:46safetydan1 is probably the gradient function not doing so well on a 1 bit display
19:05:06amiconnThe gradient function must be different for main & remote
19:05:26safetydanno, should be the same
19:05:57safetydansdl_set_gradient in lcd-sdl.c
19:06:06jackinabox^ok boys, i'm off like a bride's nightie
19:06:24amiconnThe function might be the same, but the range of colour indices it works on needs to be different
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19:07:40jackinabox^thank you sooo much for your help and tolerating my sheer stupidity :)
19:08:01Mikachuyou're welcome
19:09:25jackinabox^take care and i shall no doubt see you in here again soon
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19:34:01Zoide777amiconn: any luck w/ the 4g grayscale display?
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19:48:45boza111hi
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19:51:10yeahxhi
19:52:03boza111hi
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19:52:24boza111i have a question , is the rockbox port on ipods any good
19:52:28imphasingsure
19:52:47boza111lol ,,, well ofcourse
19:52:49yeahxit works on my nano so I guess so
19:52:56imphasingworks on my 5G just fine
19:53:05boza111does it work on 5g ??
19:53:16boza111with the graphics chip
19:53:17boza111???
19:53:39imphasingno..
19:53:43imphasingit works thoughy
19:53:51imphasingI get about 50fps on the lcd
19:54:01boza111oh thats pretty good
19:54:06boza111well damm good :p
19:54:18imphasing:)
19:54:42boza111its going to be hard getting the ipod to talk to the GPU
19:54:58imphasingespecially since we don't know the instruction set
19:54:59safetydanamiconn, those two issues with the sim should be fixed now
19:55:28boza111yea ,,, no one knows them , the company who made the chip wouldnt tell any one
19:55:34Mikachujust send random instructions and note when something happens + infinite monkeys etc
19:56:33boza111for the 4g ipod photo with the new lcd , they didnt quite know the instructions set . But then they found a mobile phone i think that had a similiar lcd
19:56:42preglowimphasing: if it's arc, that info shouldn't be hard to get
19:57:54boza111i know its a silly thing to ask , is rockbox better then ipodlinux
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19:58:19Mikachufor playing music yeah
19:58:28imphasingpreglow: Really?
19:58:28imphasing=/.
19:58:48preglowwell, i guess so
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19:58:59boza111Mikachu: You know on the 3g the processor is a lot slower then on the other ipods
19:59:00preglowdepends if they've extended it much
19:59:09safetydanCould we nick a picture of the iPod Video from Apple's site for the sim?
19:59:10preglowno, the cache is slower
19:59:30boza111well yea 1 cache is broken ,, which makes it slower
19:59:31preglowsafetydan: not unless they say they allow you to use it
19:59:47boza111will rockbox still play music fine though
19:59:53boza111on 3g
19:59:57preglowgod knows
19:59:57safetydanDid someone do that for the nano background since that looks very similar to the one on Apple's site?
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20:00:35boza111has anyone got a 3g
20:02:02yeahxI did, gave it to my friend next door
20:02:07preglowit'll probably struggle a good deal
20:02:39boza111yeahx : did you try to run rockbox on it. And what did the music on it sound like. Did it lag ?
20:03:04yeahxnope, didnt know about it
20:03:15boza111oh ok
20:03:50imphasingIf anyone cares, I took a video of rockbox on my 5G
20:03:51boza111i'm wondering . if music does run in realtime, why doesnt rockbox give the code to IpodLinux
20:03:55imphasingthat screensaver deailie
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20:04:14boza111imphasing : lets have a link
20:04:21imphasingstill transcoding
20:04:22imphasing:P
20:04:31boza111oh ok
20:05:13boza111i think rockbox and IPL should work together . Why cant we all just be brothers :D
20:05:35yeahxthey do
20:05:36safetydanboza111, they do work together, just IPL has more overhead running Linux and all
20:05:47muesli__whats ipl btw?
20:05:58safetydaniPodLinux
20:06:02muesli__mk
20:06:17boza111safetydan: oh i didnt know that
20:06:31boza111whats btw , btw
20:06:36boza111only joking
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20:07:34boza111imphasing : still transcoding ?
20:11:21preglowboza111: how'd you think our ipod port came along so fast? it's all ipl code
20:11:49yeahxwhen did rockbox for ipod start?
20:12:01*safetydan wonders what to do with all the iPod video screen real estate...
20:12:02yeahxits still very new right?
20:12:06preglowyeah
20:12:22preglowi don't know when it started, linuxstb worked alone one it for a good while
20:12:30BHSPitLappysafetydan: small desktop and mouse emulation :P
20:12:39yeahxI havent seen any nano changes, wonder if I should update anyway?
20:13:03BHSPitLappyyeah
20:13:18BHSPitLappymost of the updates are global
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20:13:52linuxstbI guess the official start of the port was when I bought my ipod - the end of September.
20:14:31boza111what kinda stuff can rockbox do on ipods
20:14:40yeahxplay music
20:14:53boza111lol
20:14:58Mikachudo the plasma effect in color
20:15:02boza111i mean other features
20:15:05linuxstbSeriously - it's main aim is to play music.
20:15:11Mikachuits
20:15:27boza111oh cool
20:15:42linuxstbBut there are toys such as a gameboy emulator and other games. Doom is on the way.
20:15:44boza111so does it incaporate stuff like ogg, wma
20:16:07lostlogicboza111: read wiki.
20:16:09imphasingimphasing.myvnc.com/ipod5g.mov">http://imphasing.myvnc.com/ipod5g.mov
20:16:11imphasingthere we go
20:16:13imphasing:)
20:16:23boza111oh ok i will lostlogic
20:16:28preglow_MOV_
20:16:31linuxstbimphasing: Hope that's some good PR material...
20:16:33preglowi will _oblitherate_ you
20:16:43boza111linuxstb: isnt the stuff just ported from IPL
20:16:47*linuxstb mumbles about mplayer...
20:17:06imphasingThat's what format my camera takes, and I didn't want to transcode
20:17:08imphasing:P
20:17:15boza111cool , downloading
20:17:19imphasingMy mplayer plugin works just fine
20:17:21imphasing:D
20:17:42boza111Guys , just get the quicktime codec , so u can watch MOV in windows media player classic
20:17:50preglowyes, windows media player classic
20:17:53preglowin linux
20:17:54imphasing...
20:17:57imphasingyeah, that..
20:17:58markunlinuxstb: starting to work quite nicely: http://130.89.160.166/Gigabeat/simulator2.png
20:18:00imphasinghaha
20:18:00boza111lol
20:18:14yeahxmplayer plugin?
20:18:21imphasingSomeone might want to take that off my server and host it from a real computer
20:18:24imphasingyeahx: For my browser
20:18:28linuxstbmarkun: Nice. I bet you're desperate for a port now....
20:18:29yeahxoh ok
20:18:34preglowmarkun: that's some fine screen real-estate you have there, sir
20:18:35markunyes :)
20:18:50markunpreglow: yes, a bit big :)
20:19:13linuxstbAt least it's the right shape for rockblox
20:19:27preglowrockblox needs some updating for newer platforms...
20:19:30markunSome things would be better to be viewed rotated
20:19:31preglowit looks like a bag of shit
20:19:46markuneven the WPS would look better rotated I think
20:19:53yeahxwtf is that?
20:19:57linuxstbMost of the old games do - which is a shame, because they are very playable.
20:19:58markununless we display album art or something
20:20:03preglowyeahx: a space monster!
20:20:06preglowyeahx: (from outer space)
20:20:08boza111thats a nice screen saver
20:20:13yeahxoh noooss
20:20:37yeahxyeh I was wondering about album art, its not a needed feature but Im sure some will want it
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20:22:57imphasingimphasing.myvnc.com/ipod5g.mpg">http://imphasing.myvnc.com/ipod5g.mpg #for weenies without quicktime codecs
20:23:39imphasinghaha...mencoder sped up the fram rate.
20:23:40imphasingThat bastard.
20:23:46yeahxanyone figure out backlight off on nano yet?
20:23:57yeahxI dont think thats the cause of my short battery life though
20:24:15linuxstbyeahx: Doesn't it just switch itself off after the timeout?
20:24:19yeahxprobably ogg+headphones eating the battery
20:24:30yeahxI want it off completely which doesnt seem to work
20:24:37preglowright
20:24:45preglowi haven't got my ipod with me right now
20:24:54markunand the CPU is still boosted all the time, right?
20:25:09yeahxdunno
20:25:20preglowgdamn, this thing's got a mean-ass display
20:25:34linuxstbmarkun: One core is at full-speed, the other is sleeping.
20:25:37preglowmarkun: not boosted per se, we just clock it at 75mhz then never touch it again
20:25:40yeahxshould I try encoding ogg at lower bitrates or just forget about ogg
20:25:40preglowlest you want the sound to explode
20:25:53preglowyeahx: what bitrates doy uo use?
20:26:33yeahxI dont remember the quality setting but I set max bitrate at 128
20:26:44yeahxshould I set max to 96? :)
20:27:03markunyeahx: use a low quality setting and leave the max bitrate alone I would say
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20:27:47yeahxit seems I only get a few hours of listening in and the battery gets really low
20:27:50preglowwth?
20:27:58preglowi can play oggs at 250kbps++ just fine
20:28:13yeahxmaybe its my headphones
20:28:17preglownever touch the max bitrate if you're interested in good quality
20:28:29yeahxphilips earbuds
20:28:47boza111hi imphasing
20:28:56linuxstbyeahx: How do you know the battery is low?
20:29:21yeahxI want them to be decent with smaller file sizes and to play gapless
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20:29:45yeahxmy battery completely ran out one time, I thought I just didnt charge it enough
20:30:22yeahxthe next day I listened to a few albums then booted into apple firmware and the battery was in the red and very low
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20:31:27linuxstbThe only fair test is to make sure your ipod is fully charged, and then use Rockbox as normal until it shuts down.
20:31:33yeahxdont think it would be the headphones though cause I still have half a battery with normal usage
20:31:51yeahxso make a playlist and let it play non-stop?
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20:32:21linuxstbYes. Or just play a directory full of files, with repeat enabled.
20:32:41imphasingimphasing.myvnc.com/ipod5g.mpg">http://imphasing.myvnc.com/ipod5g.mpg #re-transcoded with the proper framerate
20:32:43linuxstbBut obviously, having the backlight on won't help.
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20:34:27muesli__imphasing what coded is that? have to use old fashioned media player classic to get it played
20:35:14imphasingthat's...mpeg1video?
20:35:16imphasingI think..
20:35:17imphasingyeah.
20:36:00muesli__the last mpg doenst play at all
20:36:50amiconnw00t
20:37:04amiconnlcd-2bit-horz working correctly
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20:37:23linuxstbNice :)
20:37:27amiconnNot fully optimised yet, but it should already be considerably faster than the cvs version
20:37:43linuxstbI think the fact that it works is the main thing.
20:37:47amiconnPlus it shouldn't show artefacts
20:38:02linuxstbI assume it still uses the vertically-packed bitmaps?
20:38:06amiconnNative bitmaps are already transposed, mono bitmaps not yet
20:38:41linuxstbWhat about the native bitmaps hard-coded in the plugins? Will they be wrong for now?
20:38:50amiconnAre there any?
20:39:04linuxstbI'm sure a few games will use them.
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20:39:14linuxstbLet me recheck
20:39:22amiconnIf so, then they will be wrong for now
20:39:35linuxstbYes, it doesn't matter for now.
20:40:05*[IDC]Dragon starts on color jpeg
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20:40:52linuxstbI must have been thinking about mono bitmaps - the plugins seem free of native bitmaps now.
20:40:56yeahx_yeahx: doesnt it waste more power when it loads the first part of the album again and you change it to another one?
20:41:25Paprica[IDC]Dragon, good luck
20:41:27Paprica;]
20:41:40amiconnlinuxstb: It seems bejeweled does, but I'll re-check
20:41:41Papricahope to see it soon
20:41:47amiconnPerhaps it's just a dependency problem
20:41:59linuxstbI thought bejewelled was all external now.
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20:42:26amiconnDoes bejeweled use sub-images?
20:42:34[IDC]Dragonworking backwards: first my testbed needs rgb output, then a color space converter, finally the decoder
20:42:48yeahx_what else is in the rockbox nano zip, I can see rockbox.ipod but its only 316k
20:43:00amiconn[IDC]Dragon: You want to decode all the way to rgb?
20:43:08amiconnOr is that just for testing?
20:43:13[IDC]Dragonno, to yuv
20:43:16yeahx_but the folder is 7.3mb?
20:43:34[IDC]Dragonthe color space converter is just for the testbed
20:43:46linuxstbyeahx: There is a ".rockbox" folder there as well - containing fonts, themes, plugins and codecs
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20:44:04[IDC]DragonI'll leave the integration to you guys
20:44:15imphasinglinuxstb: Josh "fixed" the arm lcd refresh function
20:44:35yeahx_aah ok, I guess its hidden
20:44:39imphasingit's not done he says though
20:44:49yeahx_to update I just drag the rockbox.ipod right?
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20:45:31linuxstbyeahx: No.
20:45:47linuxstbYou should always upgrade by extracting the whole contents of the zip file to your ipod.
20:46:07yeahx_all that windows command line crap?
20:46:17yeahx_damn
20:46:38yeahx_ooh thats just for boot loader right?
20:46:41linuxstbNo - not the bootloader. Just unzip the rockbox.zip to your player.
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20:47:04yeahx_cool I'll try if I can without it making a folder
20:47:21yeahx_too lazy to figure out how to move the invisible folder
20:47:32amiconnWhy move?
20:47:45amiconnJust unzip directly to the device
20:50:03yeahx_it was unziping into a new folder but that was an option I just turned off
20:50:35yeahx_should have done it on windows
20:51:33yeahx_then I could remove the clutter :)
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20:52:34amiconnlinuxstb: I couldn't find any problems with hard-coded bitmaps. Perhaps there are some hard-coded bitmaps, but it's not (yet) a problem if these are monochrome
20:53:11linuxstbNo, I couldn't see any either - so it looks like we're clean of native bitmaps.
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20:55:34yeahx_what are all the .bmp files for?
20:55:43yeahx_they make up the gui?
20:56:28safetydanyup
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21:04:02amiconnAny 3g of 4g greyscale iPod owner around?
21:05:42amiconnThe 4-grey rockbox logo is broken. The topmost pixel rows are missing...
21:06:00amiconn(I mean the .bmp in cvs)
21:06:38imphasingI have a 3G
21:06:58amiconnCould you test the upcoming bleeding edge build?
21:07:01imphasingok
21:07:13Paul_The_Nerdamiconn: Don't they use the 156*53 sone?
21:07:14Paul_The_Nerdone?
21:07:24linuxstbamiconn, imphasing I'm not sure the 3g works properly.
21:07:31amiconnAh, hmm
21:07:40amiconnThen we need a 4g greyscale owner...
21:07:40imphasingWe'll see then.
21:07:41imphasing:D
21:07:44imphasingah..
21:08:19linuxstbZoide777: Are you around?
21:08:42Zoide777yes
21:09:07Zoide777what's up
21:09:35linuxstbamiconn has fixed your lcd :)
21:10:08amiconnAt least I hope so. I can only test with the sim
21:10:10Zoide777WHAAAAA????
21:10:10Zoide777hehe
21:10:22Zoide777well, I have little objection to testing it
21:10:24Zoide777:D
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21:13:38linuxstbZoide777: I've made a zip from the latest CVS here: http://www.davechapman.f2s.com/rockbox/rockbox-4g.zip
21:17:06Zoide777oh glorious day! haha
21:17:09Zoide777seems to work fine
21:17:24Zoide777any specific things you'd like me to test?
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21:18:06Zoide777hmmm
21:18:23Zoide777did the refresh rate change? b/c it seems harder to read the text as you scroll through the songs list
21:18:41preglowi wonder why no one hasn't complained we don't do dithering yet
21:18:45Zoide777maybe I'm imagining it and it always was that way
21:18:46linuxstbZoide777: Do you mean it's faster now?
21:18:55amiconnZoide777: Scrollbar at the left (for longer file listings) should look correctly now, even if you scroll further down. No artefacts should be visible,
21:19:22amiconnand the 4-grey rockbox logo should be shown correctly at boot, and when you call Info->Verison
21:20:08Zoide777amiconn: the logo shows correctly. however, the scrollbar gets cut off at the bottom if the status bar is turned on
21:20:16amiconnThe drawing speed for mono bitmaps shouldn't have changed much (that includes drawing text), but it might be a bit faster
21:20:33Zoide777linuxstb: I'm not sure if the refresh is faster or slower, it *seems* like it's harder to read the text as it scrolls by
21:20:51Zoide777linuxstb: maybe it's harder to read b/c it's faster
21:21:51Zoide777wow! and it's much faster going to/from the song list and the now playing screen
21:22:05Zoide777oooh! and the progress bar works
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21:22:32Zoide777everything feels instantaneous
21:22:36Fitzsimmonshi
21:23:46FitzsimmonsI can't find any documention on "bookmarks"
21:23:52Zoide777i mean seriously, it's almost as if the hard drive also got faster
21:23:53Fitzsimmonscould someone explain what they are and how they're used?
21:24:07markunpreglow: audio or image?
21:24:20preglowmarkun: audio
21:25:25amiconnZoide777: The new driver doesn't even exploit all possible optimisations...
21:25:41Zoide777amiconn: that's a w e s o m e
21:25:51amiconnSome of them just need more thinking about the best way to apply them.
21:25:57Zoide777congratulations
21:26:00linuxstbNow we need the greyscale lib.
21:26:17amiconnThe biggest optimisation will be switching monochrome formats, but that needs infrastructural work all over
21:26:30amiconn(icons, font loading)
21:27:50Fitzsimmonsoh, looks like bookmarks aren't fully finished on the iriver port
21:27:55Fitzsimmonsthat would explain why I can't use them
21:28:00amiconnYOu can
21:28:08Fitzsimmonsoh really
21:28:15amiconnBookmarks are working identical on all platforms
21:28:40Zoide777amiconn: fonts finally display fully all over the screen (especially the top was a pain)
21:28:41Fitzsimmonsnot according to this: http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/FeatureComparison
21:28:50Fitzsimmonsalthough they did mention that it could be out of date
21:29:00Fitzsimmonsin that case amiconn, how do I set a bookmark? Or resume one for that matter
21:29:42amiconnThere is one minor restriction on all swcodec targets: Bookmarks can't go *into* non-seekable formats the same way as you can't seek within such files manually
21:29:50Paul_The_NerdFitzsimmons: In that chart, the left column is what rockbox can do, the rightmost one is what the *original* software did.
21:30:05preglowi think we should add a CAN_SEEK flag to dsp_configure
21:30:32FitzsimmonsPaul_The_Nerd: ah, good clarification
21:30:48amiconnLinusN: Something is wrong with the HD power handling of the latest builds. Now I get a nasty emergecy park click on boot (H300)
21:30:58Fitzsimmonsamiconn: vorbis, mp3, and possibly flac - I don't think that seeking is a problem with any of those
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21:31:17Paul_The_NerdAnyone know of any program or utility *other* than metaflac that might be good for generating a fairly large number of seek tables for flacs?
21:31:27LinusNamiconn: badness
21:31:47FitzsimmonsI guess this is a just an interface/lack of documentation problem
21:31:54FitzsimmonsI have no idea how to set a bookmark =/
21:32:15Zoide777amiconn: There's still something wrong with the bottom of the screen. If the status bar is on (for example, I just opened the engineer2 theme), then a strip at the bottom always stays the same
21:32:35amiconnhmm...
21:32:48amiconnWhich font do you use?
21:32:52Paul_The_NerdFitzsimmons: I honestly don't know either, but I recall that there were instructions in the manual
21:32:57markunFitzsimmons: hold select and go to 'bookmarks'
21:34:00FitzsimmonsPaul_The_Nerd: mind linking me to that manual?
21:34:11linuxstbPaul_The_Nerd: What's wrong with metaflac?
21:34:27Fitzsimmonsmarkun: aha, thanks, I didn't even know that menu existed
21:34:31Zoide777seems to happen w/ every font
21:34:37Paul_The_Nerdlinuxstb: Well, when I tried it, it didn't like the * wildcard at all.
21:34:49linuxstbAre you in cygwin?
21:35:25Paul_The_NerdFitzsimmons: http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/RockboxManual <−−- A little out of date, I believe, but it'll still be helpful
21:35:35Paul_The_Nerdlinuxstb: I was using the windows version at the command prompt.
21:35:36linuxstbIn cygwin, the bash shell should expand the * and give metaflac the individual filenames.
21:35:36MikachuPaul_The_Nerd: for a in *;do metaflac −−whatever $a; done
21:35:43Zoide777amiconn: though it's interesting that upon selecting a new font, the screen displays correctly for a moment (still in the old font), but then it shows the new font on all of the screen except for the bottom strip, which did not refresh (still shows the old font)
21:35:43MikachuPaul_The_Nerd: ah, never mind then ;)
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21:36:11Mikachuthe help output says it can take many files at once..
21:36:37linuxstbPaul_The_Nerd: In Unix, the expansion of "*" into filenames is the job of the shell - programs like metaflac actually receive individual filenames
21:36:38preglowwav.c uses almost no iram...
21:36:43Paul_The_NerdAaaah
21:37:10linuxstbpreglow: I would guess aiff is similar - it was based on wav.c
21:37:40preglowi'm brushing up wav.c a bit now
21:37:49preglowthink i'll just bump the iram usage a bit
21:37:55preglowbtw
21:38:13linuxstbBTW, we should use the extra 32KB of IRAM in the 5g and nano
21:38:28preglowlinuxstb: yeah, but i'll be hairy...
21:38:28amiconnlinuxstb: Your new backdrop handling in plugin.c doesn't work correctly. Just changing the backdrop and calling lcd_update() doesn't remove the backdrop
21:38:33preglowfor when we do support audio dithering again, do you think it would matter if we applied dithering even if the source material is too low precision to benefit?
21:38:43preglowi'
21:39:00preglowi'd love to just not have the codecs have to specify their "real" output precision
21:39:13amiconnThis means plugins which don't lcd_clear_display() themselves start drawing text (with plain background), but the rest of the screen still shows the old backdrop
21:39:35Zoide777amiconn: you mean that's what's happening w/ the 4g gray
21:39:36Zoide777?
21:40:23linuxstbamiconn: Good spot. Shall I add an lcd_clear_display() or will you.
21:40:49amiconnThere already is an lcd_clear_display() in an earlier place
21:41:14amiconnImho this could be moved down instead. No need to clear the display if the plugin refuses to run
21:41:31linuxstbBut that first clear gives the user feedback that something is happening.
21:41:46amiconnOh, and of course the remote lcd should be cleared as well
21:44:06amiconnWhat about a splash() for feedback?
21:44:19linuxstbDo we have a non-blocking splash?
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21:44:41amiconnThe splash is non-blocking when called with a delay of 0
21:44:59amiconnThe splash never clears itself
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21:45:45amiconnAfaik, there already is a generic "Loading..." .lang string
21:45:52linuxstbThat would work nicely then.
21:46:41josh_linuxstb: I was ldmiaing lr instead of pc... might've had something to do with the infloop.
21:47:03linuxstbpossibly...
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21:52:05*amiconn just discovered that Rockbox is mentioned briefly in an article in the german computer magazine c't
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21:54:09linuxstbWhat does c't say?
21:54:18Fitzsimmonsanyone know if there is/there are plans for a HTML reader?
21:54:33Mikachu * read_bmp_file()
21:54:35Mikachu * Reads a monochrome BMP file and puts the data in rockbox format in *bitmap.
21:54:38Mikachuis that comment wrong?
21:54:44Mikachuor do you have two codepaths for loading a bmp file?
21:54:44linuxstbYes.
21:54:46Mikachuokay
21:54:48LinusNi haven't heard anything about an html readen
21:54:54LinusNreader
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21:55:09*Mikachu wants to implement a bmp viewer plugin
21:55:17Mikachuis there already one hidden somewhere?
21:55:27LinusNMikachu: no
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21:55:51LinusNthere is a 3rd party paint plugin which can act as a bmp viewer
21:55:52safetydanrename("/File", "/subdir/File"); should work right?
21:55:53yeahx_will there be color too?
21:56:09LinusNsafetydan: yes
21:56:18safetydanodd, it's giving me -1 and not working
21:56:26safetydanso close to getting cut/copy/paste going too
21:56:35PapricaLinusN, but the bmp viewer is veryyyyy slow
21:56:43LinusNPaprica: yes
21:57:16Zoide777oohhhh, snake works on the 4g grayscale now
21:57:28XavierGrwhy some of the PLugBox plugins aren't commited? Are they badly written or the creators don't want to?
21:57:28LinusNsafetydan: -1 means that the destination already exists
21:57:39safetydanwhich is even odder since it doesn't
21:57:55linuxstbXavierGr: 1) They have never been added to the patch-tracker, 2) They are H300-specific
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21:58:07LinusNXavierGr: the creators are too busy to adapt them to the other platforms
21:58:44XavierGrSo there won't be any plugins target specific?
21:59:00LinusNXavierGr: yes
21:59:06XavierGrBut as I see it most of the plugbox plugins will work for colour targets
21:59:08PapricaLinusN, http://plugbox.rockbox-lounge.de/tetrox.htm
21:59:19Papricajusy need key mapping to ipod
21:59:36XavierGrthat's is very trivial
21:59:46XavierGrr/is
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22:00:12preglowanyone got any objections on the s3.28 sample format, before i start hacking some of the codecs to pieces?
22:00:21LinusNsafetydan: i suggest you turn off the dircache while you're working with that
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22:00:38LinusNpreglow: you have my support :-)
22:01:03linuxstbpreglow: I don't object
22:01:36preglowhow far should i go, btw? should i remove support for 16 bit audio altogether?
22:01:41preglowwhat about interleaved stereo?
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22:02:02safetydanLinusN, working in the sim so I don't think dircache is even available
22:02:46linuxstbpreglow: What do you mean by remove support for 16-bit audio?
22:03:41preglowwell, only support codecs passing audio as 32 bits
22:04:02preglowbut maybe plugins will want to use 16 bit audio anywa
22:04:03preglowy
22:04:10Zoide777preglow: you'll have all of Head-Fi at your feet in adoration :D
22:04:41LinusNsafetydan: i don't know if rename() works as intended in the sim :-)
22:05:11linuxstbbbl
22:05:17preglowi'm just thinking about it anyway, i don't have time to do anything major
22:05:39safetydanLinusN, I'm beginning to think it doesn't
22:05:42safetydantime for a target test then
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22:10:26safetydanLinusN, it was the simulator, it works on target
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22:11:57[IDC]Dragon...color jpeg testbed is ready...
22:12:48preglow\o/
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22:14:53safetydanWhat's going to be the fastest way to copy a file in Rockbox?
22:14:56safetydanfread?
22:19:01linuxstbsafetydan: Good question. I'm not sure what the ideal buffer size would be - or where you would get that buffer from.
22:19:52safetydanAt the moment I think I'll just use my filename buffer
22:19:54preglowarggh, aiff.c also inherited the two level indent
22:19:59safetydanbut that's only 256 bytes at a time
22:20:56Paprica[IDC]Dragon, what is the meaning of "testbed"?
22:22:05linuxstbsafetydan: You can probably have a 512 byte buffer on the stack. But you should try and find a larger buffer - so you do multiple-sector reads and writes.
22:22:22linuxstb(512 bytes = 1 sector)
22:23:03linuxstbYou should be able to use the plugin buffer - but I don't know if any other parts of Rockbox do that at the moment.
22:23:15safetydanthat could be interesting
22:23:20hardeepif this is done in the gui context then you can always use the plugin buffer
22:23:35linuxstbThat's what I thought.
22:23:38safetydanShould always be in the GUI so I don't see why it wouldn't work
22:24:14linuxstb32KB could be a good size to start with - the size of the Archos plugin buffer.
22:24:45linuxstbOr just read up to the size of the plugin buffer, then write, then repeat...
22:26:09preglowand overwrite the tsr plugin, heh
22:26:13preglowif there is one
22:26:35linuxstbThere goes that plan then.
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22:26:51linuxstbJust use malloc...
22:26:56preglowusing the plugin buffer for anything but loading plugins should definitely not be done
22:27:12hardeeptsr plugins are accounted for when you get the plugin buffer
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22:27:32linuxstbUnless they themselves use the plugin buffer - in which case there will be nothing left.
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22:27:39hardeepthere was the problem with the battery benchmark tsr using extra plugin buffer space but that was fixed
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22:28:02imphasinglinuxstb: 82fps!
22:28:03imphasing:D
22:28:12josh_wow, nice.
22:28:26preglowholy shit
22:28:26josh_guess it was worth the effort of asming it :-)
22:28:29preglowthat's what i get on my nano
22:28:33Papricaimphasing, ipod video again?
22:28:34Paprica=\
22:28:35preglowit's always worth it
22:28:36preglowgcc makes shit code
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22:28:44josh_yeah, tell me about it.
22:28:44imphasingBut..
22:28:47imphasingOne problem.
22:29:01imphasingOn the menu, the whole screen gets pushed up by about 10 pixels
22:29:06imphasingbut only on the menus
22:29:11imphasingall the apps work perfectly
22:29:15linuxstbBut I think the improvement is mainly the splitting of the bcm_finishup function
22:29:25josh_yeah, that might be it
22:29:29imphasingMmm..
22:29:36josh_that asm sets a flag and runs it at the beginning of next time, instead of the end of this one
22:29:47imphasingMandelbrot says, "data abort at 00034070"
22:29:58preglowooh
22:30:25preglowfancy
22:30:30imphasingWhere's the patch for fps measurements on starfield?
22:30:46imphasingCube seems faster..
22:30:52preglowit should b
22:30:52preglowe
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22:30:59linuxstbhttp://www.davechapman.f2s.com/rockbox/starfield_fps.diff
22:31:25imphasingdemistify is downright nippy
22:31:48linuxstbimphasing: Are you getting any corruption on the LCD?
22:31:53imphasingJust a little.
22:31:57imphasingOn the menu.
22:32:03imphasingThere's a little bar of reddish pixels
22:32:07linuxstbThe same as my 107fps test?
22:32:13imphasingNo.
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22:32:24linuxstbBetter, worse, or just different?
22:32:24imphasingIt seems to work perfectly, except mandelbrot won't start
22:32:29imphasingand it freezes the screen
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22:32:40imphasingBetter I would think..
22:32:40imphasinghang on
22:32:46imphasinglet me patch starfield and measure
22:33:32linuxstbimphasing: Is this the current SVN version of the function?
22:33:37imphasingYes.
22:33:49imphasingErm, my patch isn't applying..
22:33:56imphasingThere was some option you told me to do before..
22:34:00imphasingit was like, -p0 or something..
22:34:05[IDC]DragonPaprica: my testbed is a program where I plug the jpeg code in, to feed it from a jpg file, dumping into a bmp file
22:34:24Papricaoh ok
22:34:30[IDC]Dragonfor debugging on the PC
22:34:38Papricai think that it works on the player =]
22:34:40imphasingtest_fps measures 93fps
22:34:42imphasing(!!)
22:34:48imphasing99!
22:34:59Papricaimphasing, ipod video?
22:35:03imphasingyeah
22:35:10Paprica:(
22:35:11imphasing102!
22:35:13imphasing:D
22:35:19Papricawhy not in h300
22:35:19Paprica=\
22:35:26imphasing:(
22:36:13imphasingThe only problem is the band of "corrupted pixels" at the bottom of the menu
22:36:18imphasingthat seems to shift the whole menu up
22:36:25imphasingand makes the top part go past the screen
22:37:52imphasingOk, I get 23fps on starfield
22:38:04linuxstbI get 33fps...
22:38:12linuxstb(with the CVS driver)
22:38:16imphasingHmm..
22:38:23imphasinghow many do you get with test_fps?
22:38:37linuxstb52.0, but I just committed a change to make it 54.0
22:38:47imphasingI get an average of 100 after 8 tests
22:38:56imphasingStrange..
22:39:06linuxstbI'm just trying josh's function now.
22:39:10imphasingOk.
22:39:21imphasingI have to go to my physics class in like 10 minutes anyway
22:40:38linuxstbI get 55fps in test_fps and the same corruptions as with my 107fps patch....
22:40:46linuxstbAnd 23fps in starfield...
22:41:15imphasingThat's strange..
22:41:27imphasingWhat's your function look like?
22:41:43imphasinglcd_update_rect
22:42:43linuxstbJust: _HD_ARM_Update5G (&lcd_framebuffer[0][0],x,y,width,height);
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22:43:17imphasing7 lines too much to paste?
22:43:47linuxstbYes...
22:44:10linuxstbGo to #ipodlinux.flood
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22:46:02manhattanHi
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22:49:28marevalohi all, anybody working on a Chess Game plugin ?
22:50:14preglownot that i know of
22:50:22Papricahttp://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=1393043&group_id=44306&atid=439120
22:50:52Papricaonly for the h100
22:51:25marevalothanks, I'll take a look
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22:53:48marevaloit doesn't seem to be GPL compatible
22:54:04manhattanGot an iAudio U3 (cowon flash player). I did a firmware upgrade to 1.13 -beore I did anything else. I think it may hve been buggy or something, because besides my mp3 files in the music folder, nothing else is showing up. Not the pictures that I'm putting in there... I tried going back to 1.12 but still, the pictures wont show up. Is Rockbox going to be coming for the U3?
22:54:25safetydanSo should I commit my cut/copy/paste stuff or put a patch on sourceforge first?
22:59:15preglowdo a patch
22:59:41preglowmaybe someone's got some comments
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23:00:35[IDC]Dragonyay, a color image!
23:00:45Mikachu:O
23:01:00Mikachui'm guessing this will conflict with xaviers patch
23:01:19[IDC]Dragonnow I need to test the various formats and zoom factors
23:01:20preglow\o/
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23:09:15peturrecording peakmeter is only available when CONFIG_CODEC == SWCODEC, correct?
23:09:55LinusNno
23:10:32LinusNthe MAS chip in the Archos has it too
23:11:04peturand how can one find out if the peakmeter is operating for recording or playback?
23:11:27peturMmmm is using pcm_is_playing() wich won't work...
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23:13:02***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
23:13:59*petur discovers audio_status()
23:14:03warewolfhmm
23:14:11warewolfI havn't updated my rockbox on my H300 in ages.
23:14:22warewolfI'm sure there are some sexy new features/bugfixes I don't have yet :)
23:14:27warewolfwhere can I get a full changelog?
23:14:41Bagderhttp://www.rockbox.org/since25.html
23:14:49warewolfdanke
23:15:15[IDC]Dragoncolor jpeg decoder works in all my test cases
23:15:26warewolfare we playing movies on h3xx yet?
23:15:28warewolf:)
23:15:37preglow[IDC]Dragon: commit!
23:15:56Bagderhey, the return of the missing comitter! ;-)
23:16:06[IDC]Dragonsomebody needs to do a color space converter for the target
23:16:11[IDC]Dragon;-)
23:16:23[IDC]DragonI'm working on my ticket
23:16:27Mikachuaren't there some general functions for that
23:17:47*preglow prods/kicks amiconn
23:17:58safetydanhttp://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=1433216&group_id=44306&atid=439120 if someone wants to try cut/copy/paste
23:18:09amiconn[IDC]Dragon: Did you retain greyscale only decoding for the greyscale targets?
23:18:33[IDC]Dragonsure
23:18:46[IDC]Dragonit's a second decoding function
23:19:08[IDC]DragonI'm looking for the proper #ifdef to surround it
23:19:19amiconn#ifdef HAVE_LCD_COLOR
23:19:20MikachuHAVE_LCD_COLOR?
23:19:40amiconnIs the decoding that much different?
23:19:42[IDC]Dragonis that true color for all?
23:19:56amiconnSo far yes
23:19:59[IDC]Dragonok
23:20:01elinenbesafetydan: looks nice... loading it up in a few.
23:20:07Paprica[IDC]Dragon, do you have a h300 rock for it?
23:20:09amiconnWe have RGB565 and RGB565 byte-swapped
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23:20:22LinusNah, finally i can autodetect the remote control type on the h300
23:20:35warewolfLinusN: what'd you have to do?
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23:20:56[IDC]DragonPaprica: no, only Archos
23:21:04LinusNADCIN1 reads different voltages for the different remotes
23:21:08[IDC]Dragon(else I woudn't ask so stupid)
23:21:14peturdisassembly seems to be pretty usefull ;)
23:21:15muesli__LinusN thats awesome!
23:21:16preglowLinusN: woot!
23:21:22amiconn[IDC]Dragon: I would have expected that some parts of the decoder could just be #ifdef HAVE_LCD_COLOR
23:21:23warewolfnice
23:21:31Kensirso...does anyone know why rockbox seems to be getting the 5g LCD working so fast
23:21:36LinusNtook me quite some dissassembling to find that out
23:21:37KensirI was just curious how
23:22:01BagderKensir: a curious and inventive linuxstb :-)
23:22:05Kensirha
23:22:11[IDC]Dragonamiconn: only jpeg_decode() has a variant, all the rest is the same
23:22:22amiconnOkay
23:22:27Kensiri was thinking they may have overcome the Broadcom chip obstacle
23:22:32warewolfany updates to the bootloader for h3xx recently? Like did the lcd-backlight before lcd-init get fixed yet?
23:22:42amiconnWhat's the output format? Is the yuv data interleaved, or separate arrays?
23:22:45BagderKensir: it doesn't seem to be that much of an obstacle
23:22:54[IDC]DragonI didn't want to do additinal if's in there
23:23:07[IDC]Dragonhence the 2nd implementation
23:23:27Kensirreally? From what i've understood its been difficult to figure out the instruction set or something
23:23:36[IDC]Dragonbut it's possible to merge it
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23:23:51peturwarewolf: if you don't have the latest one, flash it. it also has bootloader usb mode
23:24:13warewolfpetur: running 0.3, or someting
23:24:22*warewolf looks on the website
23:25:09warewolfoh shit
23:25:12warewolfv5 is out
23:25:18warewolfdaymn I'm behind
23:25:24linuxstbKensir: We're still using the broadcom chip like a black box - but it seems a much more useful black box than we first thought.
23:25:37Kensiro, Ok
23:25:44Kensirsounds good, keep up the good work!
23:25:47linuxstbFor normal Rockbox use, we can now just ignore it.
23:25:57Kensirthats good
23:26:16peturwarewolf: wait until you discover backdrops and other gui goodies :)
23:26:20*warewolf grabs h340 from bookbags
23:26:28warewolfs/s$//
23:26:30warewolfpetur: awesome.
23:27:29amiconn[IDC]Dragon: It seems that my Ondio SP has developed the "hot LTC3440" disease
23:27:40[IDC]Dragonamiconn: the output is 3 different planes
23:27:56[IDC]Dragonthat can be developed?
23:27:56amiconn(unless this is a reversible effect of powering from USB only w/o batteries inserted)
23:28:18[IDC]DragonI thought it's genetic
23:28:47 Quit marevalo ("Abandonando")
23:28:48[IDC]Dragonbut mine gets a bit warm, too
23:29:10[IDC]DragonI can bring chips to devcon, if I can find them
23:30:02warewolf# warewolf@xasf:~/Desktop$ wine iRiverFirmwareVer1_29Korea.exe
23:30:10*warewolf really hates iriver for distributing inside exes
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23:31:09ashridahwarewolf: isn't it just a self-extracting zip?
23:31:22warewolfI tried :(
23:31:25warewolfunzip didn't like it
23:31:49muesli__http://download.rockbox-lounge.de/H300/H300KR_V129.zip
23:31:59muesli__does that work for u?
23:31:59warewolfalready undid it in wine
23:32:04warewolfwine works fine :)
23:32:14Fitzsimmonscan't you ask winzip to skip the header garbage?
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23:32:38warewolfFitzsimmons: what would be the point of opening it in winzip if the file is a windows executable in the first place?
23:32:40Fitzsimmonser
23:32:46warewolfFitzsimmons: I'm whining because I'm a hardcore linux user :)
23:32:50Fitzsimmonswow, I messed that up didn't I
23:32:51FitzsimmonsI meant to say
23:32:52Fitzsimmonsunzip
23:32:56warewolfFitzsimmons: Windows is only used for video games :)
23:33:05warewolfFitzsimmons: no problem, usually unzip does detect SFX archives
23:33:10warewolf# warewolf@xasf:~/Desktop$ cp H300.hex /media/H300/
23:33:13Fitzsimmonswarewolf: I've been using linux for 7 years ;)
23:33:13*warewolf prays for rain
23:33:29warewolfFitzsimmons: sweet, lemme see how many I have
23:33:45Fitzsimmonshehe
23:33:46warewolf11 years
23:33:49Fitzsimmonsoh no
23:33:52Fitzsimmonsa penis size competition
23:33:56warewolfofcourse!
23:34:02Fitzsimmonsyeah well my uptime is... :P
23:34:08warewolf 17:34:07 up 3 days, 18:04, 4 users, load average: 0.23, 0.48, 0.35
23:34:12warewolfBEAT THAT
23:34:14warewolfuh wait.
23:34:16Fitzsimmonslol I was kidding
23:34:20warewolf:)
23:34:24Fitzsimmonsbut I could ;)
23:34:52Bagder11:34pm up 400 days, 13:03, 21 users
23:35:02Fitzsimmonscan't beat that one
23:35:07warewolfI detect a rootable system!
23:35:18Fitzsimmonsindeed :P
23:35:31Bagderif you could reach it, sure
23:36:08*warewolf flashes
23:36:48Fitzsimmonsportaudit ftw
23:38:21warewolfinteresting
23:38:25warewolfhow do you get out of bootloader usb mode
23:40:16peturLinusN: can you detect disk activity while in USB mode?
23:40:53amiconnNot on ISD200/ISD300 and derivates afaik
23:40:59amiconnOn Ondio we can do that
23:41:22peturI was thinking of iRiver...
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23:42:18warewolfpetur: how do you exit bootloader usb mode?
23:42:28peturunplug it?
23:42:37warewolf:/
23:42:49warewolfdoes it charge when in usb mode?
23:43:18*preglow goes byebye
23:43:42peturcan't remember lostlogics latest devolments there
23:43:54warewolfhrm
23:43:58*petur joins preglow
23:44:05LinusNpetur: iriver uses isd300
23:44:17peturso no...
23:44:34peturnight all....
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23:45:42Sacrohas anyone fixed the USB problem on last nights iriver version?
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23:49:27Bagder"I see the light and its name is rockbox."
23:49:27Bagder:-)
23:49:32*Bagder reads the forums
23:49:39Mikachulight has a name?
23:49:48Bagdernow it does!
23:50:37Fitzsimmonshaha
23:52:30amiconn[IDC]Dragon: Will you commit your code as-is, or will you put it somewhere for adding yuv->rgb conversion before a commit?
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23:54:57warewolfthre we go
23:55:10warewolfhold rec while plugging in not to enter bootloader usb mode
23:55:36[IDC]Dragonamiconn: I'm about to commit it as-is now
23:55:37warewolf(I last updated my rockbox on the 5th of january :)
23:55:44warewolfgood work guys, thanks.
23:55:55[IDC]Dragonthe extra function would do no harm, just be unused for now
23:57:43amiconnWhat happens when I feed it a pure greyscale jpeg?
23:58:00[IDC]Dragonyou get grayscale
23:58:17[IDC]DragonI've tested that, too
23:58:28amiconnI mean, what do I get for U and V?
23:58:35[IDC]Dragonthe u,v is not touched
23:58:48[IDC]Dragonso you'd better fil it with 128 first
23:58:53[IDC]Dragon fill

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