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#rockbox log for 2006-04-27

00:00:06linuxstbjulius: f you look at the diff, it just enables for the 4g ipod what they used to do for the 3g ipods. Plus they've added some comments.
00:00:49juliuslinuxstb, so the code shoud be this one: ipod_i2c_send(0x8, 0x24, 0xf5);
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00:01:03amiconnThe if() in sh.md:7138 always evaluates to false even though sh.h 2593 and sh.h:2595 should set the flag
00:01:29preglowweird
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00:02:54amiconnI have 2 choices without further hints what's going wrong here: (1) Drop the unsigned byte case and let gcc switch to word sized table for >127 or (2) Drop the signed case and always insert an extu.b for byte-sized table
00:02:55juliuslinuxstb, anyway, I will try to send this commands to my Ipod, lets see what happens, but before I can do that, where is the right place to send this commands using rockbox?
00:02:58preglowi wish i understood this gcc stuff
00:03:24preglowamiconn: i can't really see where the signed case would be useful
00:03:31preglowamiconn: ever seen a jump table with a negative jump?
00:03:32amiconnIt saves an instructin
00:03:38preglowright
00:04:26linuxstbjulius: There are three different writes - check the pcf50606 datasheet for the details of what they are doing. Basically, they enable the DCREG1, DCREG2 and DCREG3 to 3.0v, 3.3v and 3.0v respectively. So I'm guessing DCREG2 is the 3.3v power-out on the dock connector.
00:05:08amiconnBut yea, I've never seen a jump table with negative offset in gcc's output. But check SH1 memcpy, there I do use such a table...
00:05:27preglowi like the fact that the sh backend is actually bigger than the m68k one
00:05:31linuxstbjulius: Register 0x24 is DCREG1, 0x25 is DCREG2 and 0x26 is DCREG3
00:05:39preglowperhaps it's due to all the other processor revs
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00:06:48amiconnpreglow: The sh family is quite large. SH5 is even 64bit iirc
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00:07:02preglowyeah
00:08:07goldschlagerdoes anyone in here has x5? i just have a Q
00:08:22juliuslinuxstb, aaa ok, I see now what you mean, I will try to send all the tree commands, just to be sure :) anyway, where should I add this commands? (I did a cygwin devel platform on my win box, so I can recompile rocbox, I already did for some changes for my theme, but anyway, is there a .c file which handles this things in rockbox source?) (ps Thanks for your greate help, I really apreciate it!!!)
00:08:31linuxstbjulius: I'm not sure where this should be added into Rockbox. You could just add them to the end of i2c_init() in firmware/drivers/i2c-pp5020.c for testing.
00:08:32Bagdergoldschlager: ask and you'll find out
00:09:12goldschlagerok.. so after i turn off my unit my screen goes dark green..
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00:09:22goldschlagerso my q is wtf?
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00:09:53Bagderand my a is:
00:09:57linuxstbjulius: No problem. Please let us know if it solves your problem.
00:10:04juliuslinuxstb, thanks a lot again!, I cross my fingers :), I'm a bit late because it's 1am here, but I will get back to you with the result as I know more
00:10:48goldschlagerno.. i asked on the forums someone told me its VGA controller chip..
00:11:07goldschlagerbut can it be firmware?
00:11:49BagderI don't even understand your first question
00:12:39goldschlagerhm.. my question was whats the problem?
00:12:53Bagderand what exactly is the problem?
00:13:43goldschlagerlike after i turn of my x5 instead of black my screen goes dark green
00:14:10goldschlagerand you can see vertical lines.. light green
00:14:12Bagderyou mean it actually did turn green forever
00:14:26goldschlagerno.. it works normally
00:14:41goldschlagerbut only when i turn it off
00:14:51goldschlagershis thing happens
00:15:33goldschlager*this
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00:16:29juliusThanks everyone for the greate support! Rockbox really rocks! :) so keep up the good work! I'm going to sleep now, by
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00:18:57myth1hi again
00:19:15myth1that mod bug bugged me so I couldn't get to bed ;)
00:19:27Mikachusorry :)
00:19:33myth1but i fixed it ;)
00:19:34Bagderhaha
00:19:36dwihnoSleeping is just a waste of time anyhow :)
00:19:39Mikachuhooray
00:20:20myth1it is interesting that "char" seems to be unsigned with gcc
00:20:28Mikachui think it depends on target :)
00:20:29myth1with visual studio it is signed
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00:20:36Bagderdepends on target, yes
00:20:38Mikachuyou can also say -fsigned-char
00:20:39myth1ah
00:20:49myth1well, that was the bug ;)
00:20:56BagderANSI C left it unspecified I believe
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00:21:45Mikachumyth1: which char?
00:22:17myth1Mikachu: row
00:22:28myth1I'm uploading a new diff
00:22:54Mikachuyou seem to have specified most of the other ones
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00:24:14klrspzdo you guys ever defrag your devices? I just defragged my ipod, wonder if it improves speed any?
00:24:15myth1also remove the #ifdef USE_EFFECT_E
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00:24:30Mikachui'll jsut wait for the diff
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00:27:40midkayany objections to resizing the EQ bar 'knobs'? a long time ago something was changed that made them much wider and i don't think it was intentional, or if it was, it's kind of ugly to see the bar slide past the end..
00:30:34myth1mmh, cvs diff takes ages
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00:32:33myth1does cvs have some problems?
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00:33:01webguest75can someone help me?
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00:34:15webguest75can someone help me?
00:34:16midkaywebguest75, without telling us your problem, no.
00:35:37webguest75wen i try to install rockbox on my video ipod i get to step f after i complete it i try to test my ipod and nothing happens
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00:36:10midkaywebguest75, 'nothing' happens?
00:36:13webguest75rockboot.bin: No Such file or directory is what i recieve
00:36:24midkaythen you skipped a step or typed it incorrectly.
00:36:48webguest75wen i am supposed to see the Rockbox bootloader.
00:36:58webguest75i double checked i ddnt
00:37:31midkaywebguest75, there's no reason for it not to exist, if everything was typed correctly.
00:37:48midkaythe commands create the file, you don't have the file, so you typed the commands wrong somehow.
00:38:25webguest75what does You can now disconnect your ipod from your PC in the normal way. mean eject it from itunes?
00:38:32myth1the new mod.c is online
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00:38:52midkayhowever you normally disconnect it, yes.
00:40:45webguest75-rockbox.bin apple_sw_5g_rcsc.bin apple_os.bin bootpartition.bin
00:40:52webguest75those are the files it created
00:40:56webguest75what am i missing
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00:42:03midkaywhat's "-rockbox.bin"?
00:42:13webguest75dont know it made it
00:42:33midkayi don't think that's any step in the instructions.
00:42:43webguest75k thx that was my mistake
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00:44:05 Nick thesoffork is now known as thesonork (i=thesonor@evident-prime.de)
00:45:28thesonorkso, i finally managed installing rockbox on my ipod, BUT it crashes after 1 second or something,... the bootloader appears, then rockbox itself appears, and then it reboots, time and time again.... why?
00:45:50thesonorkno error-output or anything
00:46:17midkaythesonork, low battery possibly?
00:46:39thesonorksays full battery in disk mode
00:46:54midkayhmm.
00:47:02thesonorkon the rockbox-screen a USB logo appears, thats all i see
00:47:18midkayyour build is recent?
00:47:47thesonorktook that 1
00:47:49thesonorkhttp://www.rockbox.org/dist/build-ipodmini2g/rockbox.zip
00:48:20midkaysure you have the right generation?
00:48:44thesonorkwell some1 told me, when the capacity is written on the back its 2nd gen
00:49:40thesonorkthink i shall try that 1st gen OS and bootloader?
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00:49:53midkayhm, i think the capacity on the back indicates 2G, yeah.
00:50:23midkayis the usb cable plugged in? you said you saw the USB logo..
00:50:35thesonorkthe usblogo appears even if it is not
00:50:39thesonorki jsut tried that
00:50:44thesonorkbut when its plugged
00:50:50thesonorkit automatically reboots to diskmode
00:50:56midkayhmm.
00:51:03thesonorkdoes this mean "i have no songs" or something?
00:51:12thesonorkcuz my ipod is new-formatted
00:51:51midkayno.. did you install rockbox entirely? that whole zip needs to end up on the player, with full paths.. there should be a rockbox.ipod file and a .rockbox folder..
00:52:05thesonorkright
00:52:17thesonorki just copied everything into /dev/sda2
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00:52:41*midkay scratches chin
00:52:57thesonorkhrhr
00:52:59thesonorksame here
00:53:11thesonorksoem strange stuff isnt it
00:53:28midkaysounds like it should be working, yeah.
00:53:40thesonorkwhat about i try that daily build stuff?
00:54:51midkaywhat are you trying as it is? CVS build?
00:54:59thesonorkya
00:55:13midkayyou could give it a try, no reason the cvs one shouldn't work though.
00:55:52thesonorksame stuff
00:56:15linuxstbthesonork: one or two other people have reported similar problems with their 5g/video ipods - it seems that in a tiny number of cases (you are #3), Rockbox is mis-detecting USB, and always giving a false positive.
00:56:17midkaystill doesn't work, you mean?
00:56:51thesonorkya thats ewhat i mean
00:57:21thesonorkthats bad man
00:57:28thesonorkim just using a damned mini ipod ^^
00:57:42thesonorkany patch available or any suggestions to do?
00:58:06linuxstbI could easily make a patch for you (to disable USB detection) if you were able to compile Rockbox yourself.
00:58:19thesonorkusing make ?
00:58:21thesonork>_>
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00:58:35linuxstbAre you running Linux?
00:58:40thesonorksure
00:58:51midkayi could compile it if you aren't set up to do it and if linuxstb doesn't want to.. just started VMware. :)
00:59:18thesonorkthat sounds great mates
00:59:22linuxstbThen it's almost as simple as just running make. You need to install a gcc cross-compiler.
00:59:33thesonorklinuxstb, if u could do that patch, would be really glad
00:59:55linuxstbmidkay: I don't have a clean source tree handy, so please go ahead and build it.
01:00
01:00:51midkaylinuxstb, sure.
01:01:00linuxstbJust edit the usb_detect() function in firmware/usb.c to always return false.
01:01:16thesonorkbuttt
01:01:37thesonorkdoes that mean the usb-detection isnt working? so, how to apply songs and stuff?
01:02:10linuxstbIf you want to enter USB mode, you just need to manually reboot - either into the Apple firmware, or into the emergency disk mode. All Rockbox does on USB detect is to reboot into the emergency disk mode anyway.
01:02:30thesonorkalright
01:02:32midkaylinuxstb, got it. by the way, not sure where it would go, but an ata_sleep before rebooting to disk mode for iPods would be nice. cutting power to the drive like that probably isn't very healthy. :)
01:02:33linuxstb(which is why you are getting the constant reboot cycles)
01:03:19linuxstbmidkay: We should do a proper shutdown - saving settings etc.
01:03:45midkaylinuxstb, even better.. should be very simple but i'm not sure where that's handled.
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01:05:26linuxstbNo, I'm not sure either.
01:05:48Presenceaah, THATS the difference between "disk modes" from apple's vs rockbox's: Rockbox's is the "emergency" disc mode.
01:05:50Presencehah.
01:06:05linuxstbThat's what I call it anyway... But yes, there are two different disk modes.
01:06:20midkayPresence, yes, that's hilarious. :)
01:06:20linuxstbBoth of them are "Apple's" though.
01:06:35amiconnNow, let's see what happens...
01:07:04*amiconn changed the jumptable mechanism a bit
01:07:45midkaythesonork, k, i have a version for you to try. can you PM me your e-mail?
01:07:52thesonork4sure
01:09:44thesonorktell me when sent
01:09:48thesonork>_>
01:10:13midkaythesonork, did you try? i didn't get it. must be freenode blocking PMs from unidentified users...
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01:10:53thesonorkthesonork@thesonork.de
01:10:56thesonorktake it here
01:11:14midkayk :)
01:11:43midkaysent.
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01:12:51thesonorkk ill have it a try
01:12:53thesonorkbrb
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01:13:17midkayk.
01:14:02DarkJesusDoes anyone feel like talking about an audioscrobbler plugin?
01:14:08DarkJesusIs it possible or not?
01:14:10thesonorkworked
01:14:28DarkJesusI heard the time would have to be recorded, which is impossible on a H120
01:15:00thesonorkim thanking u badly guys
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01:17:03amiconnmidkay: If you're registered, you can allow pms from unregistered users
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01:17:48Inctime to re attempt rockbox
01:17:57Incdamn ipod fucked itself last time
01:19:07dwihnoI haven't used the apple fw for music.. Is it good? ;)
01:19:57midkayamiconn, hm.
01:20:22midkaythesonork, cool ;)
01:20:54thesonorkok :)
01:21:10thesonorkso now i can go to sleep and drive to work tmrw, with music ;)
01:21:44midkayyay :)
01:22:57DarkJesusDid anyone see my question?
01:23:39midkayDarkJesus, it's entirely possible, and two different attempts are being worked on, i believe.
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01:34:58*preglow does another request for files that break the resampler
01:35:31preglowi actually believe lostlogic fixed what glitches there were
01:42:30DarkJesusThat's so cool
01:42:37DarkJesusI'd love that so much
01:42:43DarkJesusI'm gonna sleep now
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01:45:49preglowanyone opposed to me commiting toni's patches?
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02:02:54preglowlostlogic: playback seems pretty functional right now
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02:07:45midkaypreglow, i'd be glad to see them in cvs :)
02:08:07*midkay yearns for the day at least EQ and hopefully crossfeed work well on iPods with MP3.
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02:08:53biffherook, am I an idiot? (don't answer that). I am using 'mv [a-z]*.mp3' , and it is moving the ones which start with [A-Z] too. ugh.
02:09:19Mikachucan you do [a-z] in a shell, i don't think so?
02:09:28zeyes, you can
02:09:33midkaybiffhero, there must be some switch for case-sensitive..
02:09:35Mikachuthere i go
02:09:47zemidkay: nope
02:09:57biffheromidkay I was looking, don't find it in 'man', nor in 'info'
02:09:58zethe only way i can see that'd work is if the filesystem itself is case-insensitive
02:10:09midkayhmm.
02:10:13Mikachuincorrect
02:10:24zelike a window filesystem
02:10:39biffherosigh. /dev/sda1 on /mnt/local/sdb1 type ext3 (rw)
02:10:56zeok well that makes no sense
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02:11:18zesure you didn't accidently put a space between [a-z] and *? :p
02:11:24biffheroso it seems like shell problems, eh? I bet it is something defined in /etc/bash_completion. That bugger is big.
02:11:30zewhat if you echo [a-z]*.mp3
02:12:01zebiffhero: thats for tab-completion.. if you're not hitting tab, it shouldn't be trigger
02:12:04zeed
02:12:07zeheh
02:12:08Mikachu{2:11:53:/tmp/a}% echo [a-z]*
02:12:08Mikachua b c
02:12:08Mikachu{2:11:57:/tmp/a}% echo [A-Z]*
02:12:08MikachuA B C
02:12:09Mikachu{2:12:00:/tmp/a}% bash
02:12:09biffherogood call
02:12:11Mikachumikaelh@fartmonstret /tmp/a $ echo [a-z]*
02:12:13Mikachua A b B c C
02:12:18Mikachunot bash there is zsh
02:12:34biffheroboat_drinks.mp3 Boat Drinks.mp3
02:12:42Mikachuso try zsh ;)
02:12:47zeat least i think so, i dunno that much about bash's newfangled stuff
02:13:04zeMikachu: i've never had bash match case-insensitively
02:13:31Mikachuand that's with nocaseglob off
02:13:33luckzhow does rockbox decide whether to assume that a m3u file is in UTF or not?
02:13:46Mikachuluckz: it doesn't
02:14:19luckzbut?
02:14:28Mikachubut what?
02:14:38luckzdoes it always assume UTF?
02:14:47Mikachui'm not sure you understand your question
02:15:13luckzokay. I have a m3u file created with foobar pointing at file names using umlauts.
02:15:19luckzrockbox cant play those.
02:15:26luckzat least not using that playlist.
02:15:29luckz13:18:27 < preglow> luckz: 2) that's probably a codepage issue. rockbox might think your m3u files are utf-8 encoded
02:15:55zeer wtf
02:16:01zebiffhero: now my bash is doing like yours
02:16:04Mikachumaybe your player is mounted with another codepage in windows then
02:16:18Mikachuze: [] seems to be special
02:16:59biffheroze: there you go, I have cursed you.
02:17:17biffheroze: the bash manpage seems long. working my way through it now.
02:18:39Mikachubiffhero: try {a..z}*
02:18:46Mikachuit will complain about no such file, but it should work anyway
02:18:57zewell i found the shell option 'nocaseglob'
02:19:03zebut unsetting it doesn't seem to help
02:19:35zeactually it seems to be off by default
02:19:39zeif it were on, that'd explain it
02:19:45zebut its not on here and yet my bash still does that
02:20:09Mikachu$ ls [a]*
02:20:09Mikachua
02:20:12Mikachu$ ls [a-a]*
02:20:12Mikachua
02:20:14zeit doesn't seem to be respecting it
02:20:14Mikachu$ ls [a-b]*
02:20:14Mikachua A b
02:20:19Mikachui think i have realized the issue
02:20:33MikachuLC_ALL=C
02:20:36Mikachu$ ls [a-b]*
02:20:36Mikachua b
02:20:45Mikachuit simply uses the locale collation order
02:21:11Mikachuin C, a-z comes before A-Z, but in english, it's aAbBcC...
02:21:24Mikachubiffhero: ^
02:21:32zeah damn locale crap
02:21:49zeLC_COLLATE seems like the more appropriate one, but i dunno
02:21:52Mikachui don't feel matching should depend on locale
02:21:58MikachuLC_ALL overrides everything
02:22:02zeand/or LC_CTYPE
02:22:16zeyeah maybe LC_ALL is best
02:22:17zeheh
02:22:40Mikachuyou could also do [abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz]*
02:22:44Mikachuonly takes 3 seconds to write
02:22:58zeand yeah i didn't think matching was locale-specific
02:23:13zethough i gotta say in my experience, A-Z always came before a-z
02:23:13zeheh
02:23:16Mikachuit's just the expansion of a-z that is locale-specific, in bash
02:23:34Mikachuthe actual matching is not locale specific :)
02:23:53biffhero'ls {a..z}*' was interesting, it gave me errors for everyone I didn't have.
02:24:13zeah yes A-Z does come before a-z in LC_ALL=C
02:24:13zeheh
02:24:15biffheromy nocaseglob was the same as yours.
02:24:44zeheh what a bunch of crap
02:24:45ze:p
02:25:08Mikachubiffhero: {} is a generator, [] is a matcher
02:25:23biffheroMikachu: abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz.... 3 seconds.... how lazy do you think I am? I will spend 30 minutes figuring it out, instead of 30 seconds doing the other 5 times.
02:25:25zenocaseglob and locale-specific expansion/sorting both together seems screwy
02:25:41Mikachubiffhero: that was sort of a joke :)
02:25:45zebiffhero: indeed
02:26:01biffheroexport LC_COLLATE=C did it
02:26:08zei've many times spent an hour figuring out the 3 second way to do something that'd other wise take 10 seconds
02:26:24zejust on principle, its better to know those things
02:26:31zeespecially if you need to do it several times in a row
02:26:43zelearning is less tedious than the manual methods
02:26:46zeeven if it takes longer
02:26:48Presencemakes yah more useful on IRC, too.
02:27:17zeand yeah the bash man page is like entering some underground labyrinth
02:27:30biffheromost GNU docs is that way
02:27:39Mikachuman zshall is fun
02:27:56zeit always feels like some uncertain excursion fraught with peril
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02:28:17zeand you always get the feeling you may get stuck down there for far longer than you intended
02:28:20ze:p
02:29:06zemaybe they oughtta do a nethack-like documentation system
02:29:08biffherolike when I play nethack
02:29:13ze:p
02:29:30zeyou might find the information you're actually looking for easier
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02:36:11Hotfusionman I love the item duplication in oblivion
02:36:32HotfusionOT but I gots money
02:36:32Mikachuslightly offtopic?
02:36:34Mikachu:)
02:37:01HotfusionI think when I get paid on my next pay day I'll get new head phones
02:37:04sharpeslightly, just slightly.
02:37:18Hotfusionthe default X5L ones clip at volume 21 default iaudio firm
02:37:34Presenceyikes, some of the more "active" WPS's really suck the battery down, huh?
02:37:35Mikachuyour mind is like a blender
02:38:11Hotfusionthough I do like the hanging phones from audio technica
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02:39:42tf4can someone assist me with a itunes alternative for my new rockbox ipod
02:39:57tf4i need something that can sync my music folder when i plug in my ipod
02:40:06sharpewindows?
02:40:07tf4i dont want to have to drag and drop everything
02:40:09tf4yeah
02:40:16sharpegoogle for SyncToy. heheh.
02:40:21Mikachuwow, i never thought i'd see the day when someone was too lazy to drag and drop
02:40:22sharpetis by microsoft.
02:40:28tf4haha
02:40:35tf4i want to have it on my puter first
02:40:41tf4then sync to pod when i plug it in
02:40:44tf4like itunes does
02:40:59tf4i sync podcasts all day long and sync before i go to work in the morning
02:41:12sharpeyeah, synctoy will do that i believe
02:41:12Mikachumaybe you could change your name to Mr Sync
02:41:31tf4k
02:41:36Paul_The_NerdMediamonkey?
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02:41:46Paul_The_NerdDoesn't that do syncing with UMS devices?
02:41:58mrsynccan it aggregate my podcasts too?
02:42:25preglowgnight
02:42:34Paul_The_NerdProbably. I couldn't say for sure though, I've never used it.
02:42:38Paul_The_NerdIt's supposed to be pretty powerful
02:43:05sharpei've never used any syncronization software...
02:43:07mrsyncdoes it have spyware? the websit looks a little iffy
02:43:24Mikachuhaha
02:43:26Paul_The_NerdIt's been recommended by a *lot* of people.
02:43:28mrsynck
02:43:53mrsyncthat monkey looks like the 'punch the monkey' fucking banner so i was a little nervous
02:43:55Paul_The_NerdI just don't really like automation.
02:43:58Hotfusionfor TD3-Tagit has a better tagging interface than media monkey IMO
02:44:15TeaSeaI like amarok!
02:44:37mrsynci wanna use it for converting all my cds to flac then syncing to my pod
02:45:44mrsyncdoes amarok work with album art through rockbox?
02:46:06TeaSeamrsync: ?
02:46:32mrsynchmmm well i cannot get my rockbox firmware to show my album art
02:46:45mrsyncbut i see album art on amorok
02:46:46TeaSeaThere's a plugin for amarok which will generate cover.bmps for all the albums in your collection, but that's about it.
02:46:53mrsyncahh
02:46:58TeaSeamrsync: Ah. Album art hasn't been implemented except via a patch.
02:47:06TeaSeaWait until rockbox 3.1, that'll have much better support.
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02:47:14mrsynci think the dudes who wrote rockbox should make a itunes replacent as well
02:47:20mrsyncthey did such a good job on the fw
02:47:32Paul_The_NerdI think they should keep making Rockbox better.
02:47:37TeaSeaI think so also!
02:47:46TeaSeaThere's far too many itunes replacements out there anyway.
02:47:48mrsyncim still getting used to it
02:47:56mrsynci was trying to shut it off today lol
02:47:57Paul_The_NerdEspecially since I don't think *any* of them like to use their devices in a non UMS way anyway
02:48:05mrsynci spend like 3 min trying to find out how to shut off my ipod
02:48:11Paul_The_NerdIt's in the FAQ
02:48:13Paul_The_NerdAnd the Manual.
02:48:13Hotfusionlol
02:48:19mrsynci dont RTFM
02:48:24Hotfusionyeah mp3 player manuals don't seem to be the best
02:48:38Paul_The_NerdHotfusion: Not the iPod manual. The Rockbox manual.
02:48:40mrsyncthings should be user intuitive enough to just press shit lol
02:48:57Hotfusionrockbox manual is much better than most manuals
02:48:58Paul_The_NerdYeah, well the iPod doesn't have a button labelled 'power'
02:49:00mrsynci figured it out... so it must be ok
02:49:18mrsynci like how you pause and the sound fades
02:49:21mrsyncthere some nice touches
02:49:30Mikachumrsync: it took you 3 minutes to find out it's the same button as in the apple firmware?
02:49:36Hotfusionyou'd think apple would print power on it. lol.
02:49:44mrsynci just am having a hard time when i dont see 'artists' 'albums' videos' etc
02:49:49MikachuHotfusion: thye should print Power on the play button?
02:50:00Mikachumrsync: maybe you should read the manual after all
02:50:02mrsyncmenu shuts off the ipod video
02:50:04mrsynciff you hold it
02:50:12mrsyncon the rockbox its the play
02:50:20Hotfusiondon't mind me mik, im just mouthin' off
02:50:21Hotfusionlol
02:50:23mrsyncthey changed that in the 5g's
02:51:11mrsynchow do you guys have your stuff arranged im curious? do you listen to podcasts a lot
02:51:15HotfusionI need to see if my player has a dual boot option for rockbox and iaudio x5 firm
02:51:21mrsyncdo you use a sep synching tool for podcasts
02:51:40Mikachui have a nano so i don't "sync"
02:54:22Paul_The_NerdHotfusion: I don't believe the iAudios dual boot yet.
02:54:31Paul_The_NerdI don't do podcasts.
02:54:52mrsynci love them. thats all i listen to i dont believe in radio anymore
02:55:07Paul_The_NerdMy DAP is full of music. If I want information of any sort, well, the internet is a big place.
02:55:21Hotfusionshoutcast radio for me
02:55:22Hotfusionlol
02:55:43mrsynci have a 1 hour drive in to work int he morning, watching a video podcast makes it go liek 10 min in my head ;)
02:56:55mrsyncdoes rockbox support video?
02:57:00mrsynci havent tried it yet
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02:57:13sharpenope.
02:57:14Paul_The_NerdNo
02:57:19mrsyncahh
02:57:27mrsyncwell thats geh
02:57:29sharpewait,
02:57:39sharpeyou drive for an hour, while watching your ipod?
02:57:44mrsyncyeah
02:57:53sharpethat's not safe.
02:57:53mrsyncwell the shit i watch is dudes in roundtable discussion
02:57:58mrsyncits not like i WATCH it
02:58:02biffheromrsync: where do you drive? :-)
02:58:03mrsynci glance at it once in a while
02:58:08mrsynccleveland oh
02:58:14biffherook, then I am safe
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02:58:21mrsyncwhere were filming spiderman III baby!
02:58:22Hotfusionuntil you go off the road and go "oh shit" and carefully drive it onto the road again
02:58:35mrsynchaha i havent done that yet (knocks on wood)
02:58:35Paul_The_NerdRockbox is intended as an audio player anyway. While video support would probably be added if someone made it, it's not exactly a core concern.
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03:02:24TeaSeaHey guys
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03:02:38TeaSeaIs there any way to get rockbox to charge over USB?
03:03:22InteliWaspi keep getting a "Data abort at 00046FC0" on my ipod 4G, is there a workaround?
03:03:24biffheroMy 5G ipod does that.
03:03:33v3l0ctHi, i'm trying to install into a 1G 4gig mini but when I try to run ipod_fw it tells me "bash: ipod_fw: command not found"
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03:03:47biffheroTeaSea: my 5G ipod charges over USB, I thought it was a function of the firmware.
03:03:56lostlogicpreglow: that's good, since I'll be completely computerless for the 4 days starting tomorrow at around midnight your time :)
03:04:19Paul_The_NerdInteliWasp: Under what circumstances does that happen?
03:04:30biffherolostlogic: say it ain't so, work will slow to a halt.
03:04:35Paul_The_Nerdv3l0ct: Well then you probably don't have the ipod_fw binary in the folder you're in.
03:04:45v3l0ctit is there
03:04:58InteliWaspPaul_The_Nerd: when i am playing music, either .mp3 or .flac codexes
03:05:02Paul_The_Nerdv3l0ct: You compiled ipod_fw.c from the tools folder?
03:05:12Paul_The_NerdInteliWasp: With what build of rockbox?
03:05:13lostlogicbiffhero: pfft, there are 30 other devs who could also pick up on the playback engine (I'd pray for them to do so if I was a religious man)
03:05:29biffherov3l0ct: are you running ./ipod_fw ?
03:05:50Paul_The_NerdTeaSea: The main problem isn't that it doesn't charge, but that it seems to draw more power than *some* USB controllers want to give it for some reason. For example, my Nano charges perfectly fine.
03:05:52v3l0ctPaul_The_Nerd, I created a folder named rockbox in my desktop (using linux) and copies ipod_fw.c and the two addition files
03:06:01v3l0ctbiffhero, no
03:06:02Paul_The_Nerdv3l0ct: And then you compiled them?
03:06:14TeaSeaPaul_The_Nerd: mm
03:06:20v3l0ctkaiwai, one sec
03:06:27biffherov3l0ct: it isn't a path problem?
03:06:40TeaSeaCheers anyway
03:06:42TeaSeaAnd now, BED! :)
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03:07:11v3l0ctbiffhero, i forgot the ./ in front of ipod_fw. it ran now
03:07:21biffherocool!
03:07:31InteliWaspPaul_The_Nerd: i am using the 4g daily 20060421
03:07:34Paul_The_NerdInteliWasp: It would be appreciated if you'd confirm the problems exist with a clean install of the most recent build before reporting them. :)
03:07:59InteliWaspdo i just overwrite the old build?
03:09:07Paul_The_NerdThat's the normal upgrade process, but for the purpose of bug reporting, it'd be much appreciated if you installed it completely cleanly (delete the old rockbox.ipod and .rockbox folders, and reset settings while booting for the first time) to make sure that it's a clean test. You may want to back up your /themes and /wps folders, as well as any files that don't have the extension .rock in the /rocks folder
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03:09:54biffheroPaul_The_Nerd: where are the settings set, so that you need to reset them? If deleting rockbox.ipod and ./.rockbox/ aren't enough?
03:10:05v3l0ctbiffhero, thanks :). bootloader installer
03:10:09v3l0ctinstalled
03:10:36Paul_The_Nerdbiffhero: The settings are stored in sector 63 on the disk. Settings are reset on iPod by flipping the hold switch to on immediately after powering it up (before the bootloader finishes)
03:10:41lostlogic61
03:10:49biffherodaaaannnngggg.....
03:11:00Paul_The_Nerd61?
03:11:05Paul_The_NerdI swear someone said 63 yesterday
03:11:15lostlogicmm, the lesser of 62 and start-of-first-partition - 2
03:11:22lostlogicfirst partition usually starts at 63
03:11:26Paul_The_NerdAh
03:11:29Paul_The_NerdWell, 61 then
03:11:37lostlogicI might have that 'lesser' number wrong, it might be 63 or 61
03:11:37Paul_The_NerdEither way, you reset it like that on iPod.
03:11:51Paul_The_NerdOn the iRivers it's the Record button being held down
03:12:05InteliWaspah so that's why my settings sometimes don't hold :P
03:12:16biffheroha!
03:13:17Paul_The_NerdWell, *most* cases of settings not holding are people plugging in USB without shutting down properly first.
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03:14:49biffherosettings are only saved on a "shutdown"?? ugh.
03:15:12Mikachuthey are saved on disk spinup too
03:15:18biffherothat's cool
03:15:26Mikachubut that never happens on nano it seems
03:15:31biffherofunny that
03:16:25v3l0ctnew question, how do i mount the ipod once i'm ready to install rockbox
03:16:37biffheroplug it in, "mount /dev/sda2"
03:16:45biffherov3l0ct: on linux?
03:17:01v3l0ctbiffhero, yep. it asks for filesystem
03:17:12biffherov3l0ct: after you plug it in, wait 5 seconds for USB to settle down, run 'dmesg'
03:17:15v3l0ctmount: you must specify the filesystem type
03:17:21biffheroplugging mine in now.
03:18:23biffherorun this: dmesg | grep -i SCSI | tail -1
03:18:29v3l0ctk
03:19:06v3l0ctsd 8:0:0:0: Attached scsi removable disk sdc
03:19:11biffherook...
03:19:26biffherov3l0ct: run this: fdisk -l /dev/sdc | grep -i FAT32
03:19:54biffherov3l0ct: we do that to make sure that you have a FAT32 filesystem on that bad boy
03:20:26v3l0ct/dev/sdc2 * 6 497 3951990 b W95 FAT32
03:20:29v3l0ctyep
03:20:43biffherov3l0ct: mount /dev/sdc2
03:20:56v3l0ctmount: you must specify the filesystem type
03:21:05v3l0cti have auto in fstab
03:21:09biffherov3l0ct: mount -t vfat /dev/sdc2
03:22:37biffherov3l0ct: my fstab has /dev/sdb2 /media/ipod auto rw,users,noauto,sync 0 0
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03:24:08v3l0cti can't tell if it's mounting, i get a whole lot of text about usage of mount
03:24:26biffheromount -t vfat /dev/sdc2 gave you a bunch of messages?
03:24:31biffherowait one
03:25:02v3l0ctk
03:26:43biffheroI get 'only root can do that' because I am specifying '-t vfat' but as root..... ok, bunch of errors. When you do that, you have to give it a mountpoint, it looks like mount doesn't look at the fstab file there. mount -t vfat /dev/sda2 /media/ipod/ worked for me as root. but I usually do it as a user... mount /dev/sda2 and the fstab entry from before takes care of the rest.
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03:27:51v3l0ctmount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/sdc2,
03:27:51v3l0ct missing codepage or other error
03:27:51v3l0ct In some cases useful info is found in syslog - try
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03:27:51v3l0ct dmesg | tail or so
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03:28:21v3l0ctdid i hose the ipod?
03:28:25biffherov3l0ct: you used mount -t vfat /dev/sdc2 /mount/point ?
03:28:30v3l0ctyep
03:28:40IncYeah you hosed it
03:28:45v3l0ct mount -t vfat /dev/sdc2 /mnt/ipod
03:28:49Mikachuv3l0ct: grep vfat /proc/filesystems
03:29:04biffheroMikachu: good call
03:29:08v3l0ctvfat
03:29:27Mikachuno luck
03:29:47biffherov3l0ct: dmesg | grep sdc | tail -5
03:30:30v3l0ctsdc: Mode Sense: 64 00 00 08
03:30:30v3l0ctsdc: assuming drive cache: write through
03:30:30v3l0ct sdc: sdc1 sdc2
03:30:30v3l0ctsd 8:0:0:0: Attached scsi removable disk sdc
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03:30:31v3l0ctVFS: Can't find a valid FAT filesystem on dev sdc2.
03:30:44v3l0ctsorry for all the multiple line posting
03:31:15Mikachuv3l0ct: are you sure it's a windows ipod?
03:31:32v3l0ctIpod was used on a windows machine but i bought it as a refurbished unit from Apple
03:31:39biffherov3l0ct: you got me. your fdisk output shows /dev/sdc2 * 6 497 3951990 b W95 FAT32
03:31:42v3l0ctmaybe that's the issue
03:32:02v3l0ctbiffhero, i know
03:32:02Mikachuah, you already checked that, sorry
03:32:12Mikachumaybe they are crazy and have it as hfs+ anyway
03:32:26biffheroyeah, maybe that's the issue. maybe even though the partition table lists it as a vfat, the ipod software makes no difference, and mounts both ways. can he mount hfs+ under linux?
03:32:31v3l0cti did get some HFS+ when i did the original dmesg
03:33:03Mikachuif you boot apple firmware, does it say windows or mac?
03:33:23v3l0ctFrom dmesg: hfs: unable to find HFS+ superblock
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03:34:06v3l0ctdoesn't say either, just ipod mini
03:34:21v3l0ctFAT: Filesystem panic (dev sdc2)
03:34:22v3l0ct fat_get_cluster: invalid cluster chain (i_pos 0)
03:34:22v3l0ct File system has been set read-only
03:34:22***Alert Mode level 2
03:34:22v3l0ctFAT: Filesystem panic (dev sdc2)
03:34:22***Alert Mode level 3
03:34:22v3l0ct fat_get_cluster: invalid cluster chain (i_pos 0)
03:34:28v3l0ctgot those from dmesg too
03:34:55Mikachuheh WTF
03:34:55biffheroI bet it tried to automount it on USB insertion, and it failed
03:34:58Mikachui booted apple firmware
03:35:02MikachuAbout >
03:35:04Mikachuthe title says
03:35:07MikachuORGASMODMOD
03:35:10Mikachuthat's pretty awesome
03:35:26Mikachuanyway, check Format at the bottom of that page
03:35:32v3l0ctunknown
03:35:49v3l0ctversion is 1.3
03:36:00biffheroyep, someone else touched your ipod. even had ORGASM with it.
03:36:43v3l0ctwhen i plugged the usb cable it didn't mount, that's correct
03:37:24biffherov3l0ct: how much do you love your current data? got room to back it up?
03:37:34v3l0cton the ipod?
03:37:38biffheroyes
03:37:41v3l0ctall gone
03:37:49v3l0ctit's ok, i have it all on cd
03:37:53biffherohave a windows machine?
03:37:59v3l0cti dual boot
03:38:16v3l0ctwell my wife uses the windows partition
03:38:25biffherothe ipod folx have a 'convert to windows ipod' thing, iirc
03:40:13v3l0ctyeah they have something called 'ipod updater' i think
03:41:12biffheroupdate to windows ipod
03:41:50v3l0ctok. bbl. thanks for the help biffhero and Mikachu.
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05:55:53Oetar... I might be an idiot, but I need to ask:
05:56:11OetarHow do I download plugins on the rockbox site?
05:56:29OetarI see fancy pages with plugin info, and they look so tasty, but I can't find a link. :(
05:56:50scott666care to cite an example?
05:57:04OetarPluginBobbles, at http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/PluginBubbles
05:57:29scott666have you looked in /.rockbox/rocks/?
05:57:44scott666or Browse Plugins on your player?
05:57:47OetarOh.
05:57:57OetarSo they all come pre-loaded? I feel really, really dumb now. :)
05:58:03OetarCool, thanks :)
05:58:08scott666:-)
05:58:19scott666i was playing bubbles today at wotk, its pretty cool
05:58:53Oetaryeah, it looks cool.
05:59:00scott666im sure ive played it somewhere else, but im not sure where
05:59:10scott666i think it was in an arcade like 10 years ago
05:59:11scott666heh
05:59:17OetarHeh. I've certainly /never/ played it there :)
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06:08:56piroko:O
06:09:09pirokoipod... has been running... for an hour and 44 minutes...
06:09:29*piroko is... happy
06:09:33scott666i think thats a new world record
06:09:35scott666...
06:10:00pirokoscott666: the 4g ipod used to lock up after 71 minutes
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06:11:04scott666really? that sucks
06:11:12pirokonot anymore! It's fixed!
06:11:44scott666oh
06:11:45scott666sweet
06:14:21pirokowhere's lostlogic and linuxstb?
06:14:36pirokoand amiconn?
06:14:51scott666hiding?
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06:15:15kehoehey
06:15:21pirokohi
06:15:21scott666whats up
06:15:37kehoei just recently installed rockbox and so far im loving it
06:15:53scott666what player?
06:15:59kehoeis there any more featrues about the playlist other than like insert and queue that r unique to it
06:16:04kehoeipodcolor
06:17:08pirokothat's not a question for me, unfortunately. have you checked the manual?
06:17:40kehoei looked through it but it was massive, i can look again, thanks for the help though
06:17:55pirokoi'll look with you
06:18:13kehoethank u but u dont need to
06:18:20pirokoi know
06:18:27kehoei was just wondering if u knew off the top of ur head
06:18:33pirokoi have nothing better to do, really :P
06:18:36kehoehah
06:18:38pirokoi'm curious myself
06:18:55kehoeok
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06:31:16pirokohi amiconn
06:31:35pirokoor maybe that was automatic...
06:31:55pirokoah well whoever fixed the 4g ipod THANKS A BUNCH!!! goodnight
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06:32:54DyneWhat was wrong with it?
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06:34:03scott666apparentlly it crashed after 71 minutes
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06:40:50Jungti1234Mikachu?
06:41:46dj-fumiiiikaaaa chuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu
06:41:49Jungti1234hey
06:42:00Jungti1234what's meaning of 'Release i slutet av maj 2006'?
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06:42:52dj-fusomething about may 2006
06:42:55dj-fuI don't understand the language, though.
06:43:22Jungti1234hmm
06:43:40dj-furelease is planned for may 2006, possibly?
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06:44:29Jungti1234um
06:45:05Jungti1234ok thanks dj-fu
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06:56:20ravonoooo, new mod patch. That will please that french guy.
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07:05:26Presencelamer question: I have a dynamic playlist going, but I want it cleared and start fresh, skipping or dumping any tunes left in the previous list that hadn't played.
07:06:17Presenceright now, I manage playlist -> view playlist -> delete the song I'm listening to from the list and *somewhere magic has happened* and the playlist borks and is empty, and I rejoice and start adding new songs.
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07:13:24OetarWow. Rocbox is so totally cool!
07:13:29Oetar*rockbox
07:13:41scott666yes. yes it is.
07:14:20OetarIt would be even cooler, though, if it could get rid of my ant infestation.
07:14:20dj-fucertainly is
07:14:26OetarI have ants on my desk.
07:14:32dj-fupwned
07:14:50ravonOetar: I can't promise anything, but I can try to write a plugin for it.
07:15:15scott666Oetar: theres actually a plugin that emits the frequency that causes ants to roll over dead
07:15:46ravonlol
07:15:51dj-fuoh, I saw that one.
07:15:53dj-funeat stuff ;
07:16:11scott666I wouldn't use it with your dog in the room though..
07:18:02scott666I'm not sure why, but I really like stating misinformation as fact.
07:19:00scott666For example: Did you know that dogs can't look up?
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07:19:15dj-fuREALLY?
07:19:24dj-fuAddicted to sarcasm, perhaps scott666 ?
07:19:36scott666think about it. have you EVER seen a dog look up?
07:19:37dj-fuIt is known that computer-types tend to become addicted to such things as sarcasm
07:19:40scott666I havnt
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07:19:51dj-fuI certainly have. My fiance's dog looks up all the time
07:20:55scott666that's just hearsay
07:21:01scott666doesnt prove anything
07:21:03scott666:-p
07:21:27dj-fulol :D
07:21:37scorchemy dog looks up at me all the time
07:22:06scott666i take it no one present has seen Shawn of the Dead
07:22:16scorchei have :)
07:22:56scott666'yeah, well Big Eddy also says dogs can't look up' 'THEY CAN'T!'
07:23:02scott666heh
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08:21:01midkayJdGordon. :(
08:21:13JdGordonwhy the sad face?
08:22:32midkayyou wanted me earlier?
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08:23:27JdGordondid u end up looking at the viewer patch?
08:27:00midkayJdGordon, yeah, i'm quite sure i'll have it in before 3.0, i've just been kind of staying away from it because i'm worried about having to deal with the saving/loading of settings :) (not specific to your patch)
08:27:13JdGordonah ok
08:29:04amiconnm0rning
08:29:33JdGordonmorning
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08:35:28RoC_MMany Nano Rockbox users in?
08:36:06Galoisme
08:36:10RoC_MMHow is it?
08:36:23RoC_MMAnd what is the most recent build that is completely stable for you?
08:37:41RoC_MM(going to install on friend's Nano, and need to have most stable rockbox build to provide)
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08:38:57Galoishuh? the current cvs seems pretty decent.
08:39:10GaloisI haven't tried any fancy features like voice menus or fast forward yet :)
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08:39:54RoC_MMfast forward is quite needed
08:40:55RoC_MMI've tried a couple April builds on my 4G, but usually these have bugs, or at least they did until the 15th when I stopped trying them...I'm currently running a March 30 build....do you remember how stable the end of March builds were?
08:41:01Galoiswell I just fast forwarded/rewinded an ogg file without trouble
08:41:36Galoisvoice menu users swear by the march 23 build, iirc
08:41:43RoC_MMAny rough edges on the standard play/seek/bookmark/crossfade/browse sort of operations?
08:42:01RoC_MMOK.
08:42:09Galoisug you want me to test bookmark/crossfade???
08:42:29RoC_MMBookmark not important
08:42:40RoC_MMIt would be helpful to know if crossfade works
08:42:44RoC_MMand what your build ID is
08:43:07Galoisthe bookmark looks broken
08:43:19RoC_MMSince Rockbox hasn't been released for the iPod target yet, I'm trying to find a "known good" build.
08:43:21Galoisif you select a bookmark it starts from the beginning of the file
08:44:50Galoishm I just crashed it by selecting a song with crossfade on
08:45:01Galoiswell, crashed the UI at least, the music is still playing
08:45:39Galoisthe last known good daily for me was april 6, I think
08:45:59RoC_MMHow certain?
08:46:11RoC_MMThanks for the help :-)
08:46:25GaloisI'm completely certain of the date, I'm not certain how good the build is :P
08:46:35Galoisbecause I normally don't use crossfade, or voice menus, or even seeking
08:47:50RoC_MMI suppose a end of March build might work if APril 6 does not... it was right before the freeze and code churn
08:48:11GaloisI thought a freeze was supposed to prevent code churn?
08:48:23RoC_MMDoesn't look like it from here.
08:48:35RoC_MMbut yes
08:49:19linuxstbLooks like Samsung have won the iPod CPU contract from Apple: http://www.eetimes.com/news/latest/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=186701236
08:49:41linuxstbSo at least they are sticking with ARMs.
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08:51:13Galoisyou're sure samsung only makes arms?
08:51:31linuxstbNo, but the news articles say that it will be ARM based.
08:52:15linuxstb"Samsung?s chip is based on 32-bit processor technology from ARM Holdings plc."
08:52:53Galoissounds good
08:56:56nudelweird thing is i think samsung also licence sigmatel chips
08:57:29nudelah the article says that :)
08:57:45Galoisrumours are just that.
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09:03:50linuxstbInteresting side-effect of the distributed build system that someone mentioned on the forums - builds are now made in random time zones, so the file timestamps and the version info depends on the build server...
09:04:18linuxstbMaybe an "export TZ=Europe/Stockholm" in the build scripts could be useful.
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09:06:05JdGordonmeh.. does it really matter?
09:06:31linuxstbIt's obviously not a huge problem, but if it can be fixed easily, then why not?
09:07:00JdGordonwould that change the timezone just for hte script?? coz if not it would be painful
09:07:04linuxstbAt least the date/time in the version info is useful when people report bugs.
09:07:16linuxstbJdGordon: Yes, it just sets the timezone for that script.
09:07:25JdGordonok
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09:10:30Presence the builds that are compiled in the future are SO MUCH BETTARS!
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09:25:15B4gderthe forums certainly are getting busy these days
09:26:11*amiconn is getting closer to what actually goes wrong in sh-elf-gcc jumptable generation...
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09:27:21B4gder188 posts/day in average during April
09:27:28B4gder110/day in March
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09:27:46B4gder95/day in Feb
09:28:55amiconnB4gder: Did you see linuxstb's findings regarding distributed builds & timestamps?
09:29:10B4gderI replied to it just now in the forum
09:29:26B4gderthat timestamp is the one displayed within Rockbox, isn
09:29:30B4gder't it?
09:29:58B4gderslightly amusing I think ;-)
09:31:00amiconnIt is
09:31:14B4gderwe need to switch to UTC time
09:31:22amiconn(and also the timestamps of the files)
09:31:57amiconnEither UTC, or a suggested by linuxstb, Europe/Stockholm
09:32:16B4gderI think using Europe/Stockholm is a lot trickier
09:32:33amiconnwhy?
09:32:35B4gderand possibly more confusing to users
09:32:40linuxstbB4gder: Isn't it as simple as "export TZ=Europe/Stockholm" ?
09:32:41amiconnCheck the log starting 09:05
09:33:07B4gderright not trickier really, as you can just pass on the timezone in the time string
09:34:14linuxstbThe website seems to use GMT for timestamps, so the build system should probably do the same.
09:34:30B4gderwe try to use GMT all over
09:34:42B4gderin the CVS build table too etc
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09:45:21JdGordoneveryone have a nice trip?
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09:45:56scorchei didnt go anywhere
09:46:22wehnwhat was that?
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09:46:47scorchewehn: ah....a new-type-person to irc i see
09:46:56scorchethat is something we like to call a "netsplit"
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09:47:19wehni've seen it a few times, don't know what causes it. transer to new server?
09:47:25B4gderI call it banana split
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09:47:37JdGordonsome1 over at the freenode server rooms tripped over a cable and nocked off a server or 3 :D
09:47:44B4gderwehn: no, disconnected servers
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09:48:20wehnah. happens awefully regularly.
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09:48:30scorchewehn: basically, a node is disconnected
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09:48:54scorcheB4gder: node!...not servers i say!
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09:49:38B4gderthe thing, different name
09:49:40B4gdersame thing
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09:50:00scorchewell, i have to have something to argue about to keep me busy
09:50:11B4gder;-)
09:50:24B4gderemacs is better than vi!
09:50:32B4gderLinux is cooler than windows
09:50:36*B4gder adds a few
09:50:43scorche<3 vim
09:50:52crashdnegative, vim > emacs
09:50:53scorcheand on the second, i agree
09:50:57crashdbut i'd rather use pico or nano anyday
09:50:59wehnnano! or zile!
09:51:04crashdvim is so overrated
09:51:07B4gderlook, it worked
09:51:07scorchevim wins!
09:51:16crashdhehe
09:51:19crashdB4gder: ;)
09:51:29scorchebut yes....i wouls rather use pico myself
09:51:32JdGordonvim is the shit!
09:51:38JdGordonlinux tho is just shit....
09:51:50wehn(gasp)
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09:52:16scorchehavent actually tried nano myself
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09:55:20midkayalright. alright. i have a _really_ good joke/riddle/WHATEVER. alright. listen up.
09:55:22myth1hi guys
09:55:30midkaywhat do you call coding for Rockbox?
09:55:34scorcheshit?
09:55:37scorcheerrrrr...
09:55:41scorchei tried
09:55:50*scorche hugs midkay
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09:55:58midkayROCKet science!!
09:56:05crashddude
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09:56:07crashdthat was awful.
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09:56:19midkayshut the .. i'm going back to bed. :(
09:56:23crashd: ) sorry dude
09:56:24crashdit was tho
09:56:34scorchecrashd: no it was "_really_ good"
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09:56:44midkayfu all.
09:56:44crashdrockeally good!
09:56:47myth1i need more mem for my codecs, badly
09:56:50midkaybunch of queers don't appreciate a good joke.
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09:57:14B4gdermyth1: codecs normally have quite a lot of mem...
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09:57:17midkayzaggy!
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09:57:29*midkay is running back to bed. nite. :)
09:57:33crashdnn midkay
09:57:37myth1B4gder: I can only allocate about 512kb statically
09:58:06myth1B4gder: Do you know how much mem is available for rb->malloc()?
09:58:07B4gderyes, but why would a codec need more statically?
09:58:27myth1I've heard malloc is more or less a hack
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09:58:38B4gderit is
09:58:38myth1So how much RAM can I get?
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09:59:53myth11 - 2 megs would be fine, is thi possible with malloc? It isn't with statical declaration
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10:00:38scorcheB4gder: I've heard rockbox is more or less a hack
10:01:10B4gderI heard it sounds like a bag of shit!
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10:02:20B4gderI noticed the guy who said that particular thing felt that he was flamed afterwards
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10:03:20scorchemeh....i like to create tension.....but i only do cause people dont realize i joke a lot to get reactions out of people
10:04:00crashdscorche: you should go to the doctors about that
10:04:25scorchecrashd: i did....they gave me some pills, but i never take them
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10:05:02myth1hi lostlogic
10:05:22scorchemyth1: SHH!
10:05:24myth1lostlogic: Can you enlighten me now much ram I can allocate in codecsa?
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10:07:54linuxstbmyth1: The codec itself can be up to 512KB (code and data), plus there is a 512KB malloc buffer, but we want to get rid of that malloc buffer.
10:08:08linuxstbIf you need more memory than that, you will somehow need to use the audio buffer.
10:08:24linuxstbBut your codec will be the first to do it.
10:09:21myth1how can I use the audio buffer for this?
10:09:46linuxstbSomeone will need to invent a way, and implement it.
10:10:01myth1Currently I have the mod codec with 512kbyte and this not very much. I'm thinking about doing XM, but 512kb with xm would be far too less
10:10:13linuxstbWhat do you need the memory for? Is it to hold the mod file, or for working memory?
10:10:32myth1ok, then this is my official request: Someone please invent a way for more memory and I will do a working xm player
10:10:37myth1I need it for the samples
10:10:44myth1and for the pattern data of course
10:10:51linuxstbWhere do these come from?
10:11:00myth1the samples come from the file
10:11:06crwlwouldn't it be easier to get DUMB working than to write your own XM player (and later perhaps IT, which is even more difficult...) :)
10:11:10linuxstbIn which case, they are already in RAM in the audio buffer.
10:11:25linuxstb(assuming the whole file is buffered)
10:11:37myth1mmh, this is an interesting idea
10:11:54myth1doing an own xm player is no big deal, it works on my intel machine, I just have to port it
10:12:07myth1same as for the mod player which now works quite nice
10:12:26linuxstbYou should try and avoid copying the contents of the audio buffer to your own buffer if you can.
10:13:14myth1how can I directly access the audio buffer?
10:13:49myth1lets say I want a pointer to the complete 1MB file, how do I get it?
10:14:50linuxstbYou use the ci->request_buffer() function to get a pointer to your file. But you may have to call this twice if the file is at the wraparound point in the audio buffer (it's a ring buffer).
10:15:18linuxstbBut calling it twice won't work....
10:16:23myth1so what will work?
10:16:29linuxstbSo I think we either need to make sure that .mod files are always stored in a contiguous block of RAM in the audio buffer, or add a new API function which will potentially return two pointers.
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10:17:22myth1two pointers would slow down the mixing-routine, i would not recomend this. a flat buffer is highly recommended
10:18:12myth1if you could make sure .mod files are always stored in a contiguous block, i can continue working on the tracker routines
10:19:56linuxstbI'm not sure if storing some files as a contiguous block is desirable behaviour though. I'm curious to know what others think.
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10:20:28B4gderI figure there will be some codecs that would prefer that
10:21:12B4gderbut I'm not the man to judge the impact
10:21:39myth1if this is only for some files the case impact shouldn't be too large
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10:22:04B4gderwell, it will require some new intelligence in the music data loader system
10:22:07linuxstbThe main impact IMO is how much this would complicate the buffering code. But I don't think the RAM impact will be that great.
10:22:33B4gder"oh this type of music needs to be loaded into one chunk so we need to take these actions..."
10:23:11B4gderfun like when you want to load N megabytes into a single chunk and there's only N-1 available
10:23:27B4gderand it is at the end of ram
10:23:44linuxstbmyth1: If I was you, I would continue developing the codec, and assume that your mod file is in a contiguous block. So you can just return an error if ci->request_buffer() doesn't give you the entire file.
10:24:50linuxstbBut lostlogic or Slasheri are probably the people to judge the impact of this change.
10:27:09myth1if I implement the codec with ci->request_buffer() and assume i get the whole mod file I guess some modules will randomly not play, is this correct?
10:27:24myth1at least with the current behaviour when the ringbuffer is at its end
10:28:28linuxstbYes - that's the problem.
10:28:56myth1is there a chance to reload the file so it won't use the "ringpart" of the buffer?
10:29:12linuxstbI don't know if lostlogic is still around to comment - he said he can't do any more Rockbox coding until next Tuesday.
10:29:35linuxstbNo, I don't think so.
10:30:14myth1honestly, I do't want to publish a codec which randomly skips playing files ;)
10:31:11myth1so I guess for now the 512kb have to suffice until we have a solution
10:31:14linuxstbWell, it's easily documented. The only other solution which would work today would be to change it to be a plugin. You can then claim the entire audio buffer.
10:32:07JdGordondoes any1 know how to setup samba so my windows boxes can connect without any passwords?
10:32:48myth1if we can not find a solution for the ringbuffer I will think about coding a plugin, however direct playback is more what I would prefer
10:33:09B4gderJdGordon: you can set passwd level required somewhere, I don't remember exactly but I did it years ago
10:33:22linuxstbI'm sure we can find a solution - it's just that the people that know about that part of Rockbox aren't around at the moment.
10:33:44myth1should be open a task in the tracker for this?
10:34:04myth1so it doesn't get lost?
10:35:41linuxstbYou could try posting your problem to the rockbox-dev mailing list - lostlogic and Slasheri will hopefully see it there if they miss this conversation in the logs.
10:36:16myth1how can I join this mailing list?
10:36:17linuxstbIMO, it's more of an issue for discussion, than a bug/feature request.
10:37:20myth1ah, its mentioned at the rockbox page
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10:38:26myth1if you have time it would be nice if you could post it as you have more internal understanding of the ring buffer
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10:39:52linuxstbI'm about to leave home now, but if I don't see a post from you, I'll try and remember to do it during the day today.
10:40:15myth1ok, thanks
10:40:20myth1btw: Where are you from?
10:46:35*B4gder recalls linuxstb being a Londoner
10:47:09crashdpoor bastard ;)
10:47:34crashdill be joining the fray in a few month tho, so who am i to talk ;\
10:48:17myth1hehe
10:48:26myth1ok buys, be seeing each other
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10:59:14markunIs the backlight fading we do logarithmic?
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11:01:07SlasheriHmm, that kind of contiguous ram loading should be possible, but i am not sure how easy it's to implement regarding the latest changes to the engine. But it shouldn't be hard
11:10:52wehnYay! the H300 backlight flash was fixed, thanks Petur!
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11:13:52webguest50hey people
11:13:57webguest50i need help please
11:14:16Paul_The_Ner1webguest50: Where are you experiencing problems?
11:14:38webguest50dealing with rockbox for my ipod photo
11:14:53Paul_The_Ner1I meant specifically, what problem have you encountered?
11:16:17webguest50i get a menu containing calenders, contacts, notes, photoes, and rockerbox, but no music, and when i hover over rockerbox then click the next button it flashes the word loading"and does nothing
11:16:56Paul_The_Ner1Okay, you're not seeing a menu
11:16:59Paul_The_Ner1You're seeing the filetree.
11:17:14Paul_The_Ner1That file is the "rockbox.ipod" you installed, but it's already running at this point which is why clicking on it does nothing.
11:17:22wehnOr maybe he's still in AppleOS?
11:17:27Paul_The_Ner1wehn: No, he's definitely not
11:17:54wehnsorry, not familiar with whats on the iPod HD.
11:17:55webguest50ok, how can i get to rockbox then?
11:18:03Paul_The_Ner1webguest50: I just told you, it's already running.
11:18:12Paul_The_Ner1webguest50: I'm guessing you mean "How do I play my music?"
11:18:18webguest50then how can i access my music ?
11:18:20webguest50yeah
11:18:50webguest50are you there man?
11:18:53Paul_The_Ner1webguest50: There are two solutions here. One is that you can use our database, TagCache, to index the music that iTunes has hidden on your iPod. The other is to clear the iTunes music off, copy over your files into a reasonable directory structure, and browse using the filetree.
11:19:07webguest50wow
11:19:11Paul_The_Ner1Which would you prefer?
11:19:30webguest50mmm
11:19:45Paul_The_Ner1The Database method will give you "Artist, Album, Genre, All Songs" like you're familiar with.
11:19:58Paul_The_Ner1The filetree lets you organize your music however you want, just by where you put it on the disk.
11:20:15webguest50cool then the second, man, thanks for being so helpful
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11:20:48Paul_The_NerdWell in that case you simply want to use iTunes to remove the music from your iPod, then just copy the music over in disk mode wherever you want to place it. Just drag and drop MP3 files or folders to it.
11:21:08Paul_The_NerdWhen you're in Rockbox, you're actually seeing the layout of your disk, so you'll be able to browse into those folders, and load whole folders or individual songs to play.
11:21:09webguest50thanks man
11:21:34Paul_The_NerdIf you want to try the database, instructions are here: http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/TagCache it can be used alongside filetree mode as well.
11:26:13webguest50that's really good
11:26:15webguest50btw
11:26:25webguest50how to switch between rockbox and apple firmware?
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11:29:14Paul_The_NerdTurn off Rockbox by holding play/pause.
11:29:29Paul_The_NerdWhen you press Menu to turn on your iPod, just hold it down instead of just tapping it.
11:29:50Paul_The_NerdOnce it says "Loading original firmware" you can let go of menu.
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11:31:06Paul_The_Nerdlinuxstb: "freezing issue previously attributed to cpu scaling has gone." <−−- Any idea at all what change recently might have magically done this?
11:31:21dwihno_How is the rockbox charging compared to the ipod stock fw?
11:31:45Paul_The_Nerddwihno_: I think the actual charging is hardware controlled. (I may be mistaken.)
11:32:34muesli__test
11:32:51wehnpassed
11:32:57muesli__mk
11:33:18wehnPlayback in the current daily works superbly everyone, i'm impressed.
11:33:35wehnSmooth seeking and quicker track changes. :)
11:33:58muesli__just seen a software that let u convert protected apple songs into non-protected http://www.tunebite.com/website/v2/en/home.php?affiliate=f7ee1400db0489304d184c67ae47f5fb
11:33:59dwihno_Paul_The_Nerd: hm, strange...
11:34:09muesli__for anyone who didnt know before..
11:34:20dwihno_Paul_The_Nerd: Might be related to rockbox playing until the battery is completely drained then.
11:34:24crashdhmm, i just got some really weird behaviour with on-the-fly playlists
11:34:41Paul_The_Nerddwihno_: What might be related to that?
11:35:00Paul_The_Nerdcrashd: What sort of behaviour?
11:35:12crashdwell, i was making a playlist using the insert>into playlist
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11:35:35crashdwhich ive done loads before, only this time, when it got to about 20 seconds into the second track, it skipped about 6 1/2 tracks and startedc playing the middle of another track
11:35:38crashdvery strange
11:35:40crashda quick tap of << fixed it
11:35:49dwihno_Paul_The_Nerd: Well, rockbox will die due to low battery... Need to load apple fw to charge for a while
11:35:58Paul_The_Nerdcrashd: How new/old is your build?
11:36:12crashdPaul_The_Nerd: it's a cvs build from yesterday with SID and the libmad patches
11:36:32crashdtbh, it might well have been fixed by one of brandon's commits from yesterday
11:36:38crashdonly, he's not here to hassle about it ;)
11:36:43Paul_The_NerdThere were a lot of commits yesterday yes.
11:36:49Paul_The_NerdAnd a bug like that has been reported before.
11:37:13Paul_The_NerdBut I don't think I've heard anyone mention it again in the last 24 hours, so I don't know if it's been fixed, or if they just haven't stumbled across it again yet.
11:37:37crashdwell, as i say, this is a cvs build+patches from yesterday
11:37:45crashdso it could be that the stuff that got commited fixed it
11:37:54Paul_The_Nerddwihno_: Oh, so you're just saying that Rockbox doesn't really work with *extremely* low battery, and you need to charge in Retail a bit first? That doesn't really surprise me, I think.
11:38:09dwihno_Paul_The_Nerd: Doesn't surprise me either...
11:38:29dwihno_Paul_The_Nerd: On the archos, rockbox won't play if the battery is beneath some treshold
11:38:52Paul_The_NerdHeh
11:39:05Paul_The_NerdThere's quite a bit of battery-related tuning Rockbox on Ipod needs.
11:39:54wehnI think rockbox on the H300 discharges deeper than the iriver software does.
11:40:25wehnIt'll boot into rockbox while iriver firmware refuses to boot.
11:42:19dwihno_Paul_The_Nerd: true, true
11:49:25PaulJamwehn: according to my observations the iriver firmware shuts down the device at ~3.65V , at this point rockbox shows 10-18% battery left
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11:52:20wehnPaulJam: Didn't realise it was such a big difference. I wonder if rockbox goes below recomendend discharge depth?
11:54:46PaulJami could imagine that the original firmware shuts down earlier, because below 3.65V the display flickers at disk activity
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12:01:44wehnI used to notice the display flickering in iriver firmware but didn't associate it with battery discharge
12:03:22wehnlithium ion battery life seems to be linked to discharge depth (along with other things):
12:03:24wehnhttp://www.batteryuniversity.com/parttwo-34.htm
12:03:51wehnBut I didn't notice much difference to runtime after 4 consecutime 100% till shutoff cycles.
12:04:06wehnconsecutive
12:04:56wehnmaybe 4 minutes less out of nearly 9 hours. exactly same WPS, songs on repeat etc.
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12:14:11PaulJamif i understand the article correctly, the battery would not work at all annymore if rockbox would discharge it below the recommended level
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12:14:36ark_112hey all
12:14:53ark_112anyone know anything about development on the ipod 3 gen port?
12:15:05B4gderark_112: yes, it has stalled
12:15:12ark_112o ok :(
12:15:15ark_112do u know y?
12:15:21ark_112major problems?
12:15:25B4gderpretty simply: no one works on it
12:15:42lostlogi1PaulJam: there's an emergency disable circuit in most LiION batteries, but that's not till 2.7 volts I believe. All DAPs I'm aware of have hardware cutoffs in the power circuitry at 2.9v so they don't get down there.
12:15:46ark_112bumma, wat6 langauge is it written in?
12:15:52B4gderark_112: C
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12:16:19B4gderark_112: the single guy that has done the 3 gen work so far has been busy doing other stuff and no one else has stepped up to do it
12:16:23ark_112does anyonw hav the source for the last release?
12:16:32B4gderark_112: ask cvs
12:16:44ark_112cvs?
12:16:59B4gderhttp://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/UsingCVS
12:17:12B4gderthat's how you get the latest sources
12:17:45ark_112hanx
12:17:52ark_112*thanx
12:18:45lostlogi1wehn: it's true that Lithium based batteries do not like to hold at full or empty for extended periods, deep discharge and full charge do not generally do Bad Things (TM) to the battery though unless the battery is held at that charge level afterwards (or worse allowed to self discharge lower).
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12:21:40lostlogi1B4gder: any idea how we might get UTC timestamps from all build servers? ntp might be a reasonable requirement, although the exact parameters to require are hard to determine (My server's clock is currently within 2ms of 4 stratum 2 servers, but I may be more obsessive than most)
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12:22:22B4gderwell, firstly we could make the build just use UTC times for the time stamp
12:22:29B4gderinstead of local time as it does now
12:22:59B4gderif we wanted the times to be _exact_ the same on all builds we could use a time stamp passed on from the build server
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12:23:11B4gderI mean from the master
12:23:24B4gderit already kind of passes on the timestamp
12:23:31B4gderas it is used for the cvs update command
12:23:43B4gderto make sure all servers update to the exact same state
12:23:48wehnlostlogi1: I think what the article (and others I read) said was battery lifespan depended on number and depth of discharges
12:24:26wehnlostlogi1: ie x full discharges or 2x half discharges = battery lifespan
12:24:44wehnso more frequent less deep charges are better
12:24:55lostlogi1I think one of two things makes sense: if we're not going to care about precision, then we should just use the CVS timestamp as the build's stamp, or if we want to precisely know when the actual build happened then we should require NTP and use UTC timestamps from the servers.
12:24:58wehnBut that said, I'm happy with rockboxes current discharge cutoff
12:25:12Paul_The_NerdIt's theoretically possible that two *different* builds could have the same time stamp with just UTC if a slow server's a few minutes off in one way, a fast one in the other, and they're two builds in a row. That's probably a bad thing.
12:26:03wehnPaul_The_Nerd: perhaps NTP would help there.
12:26:07Paul_The_NerdIt would.
12:26:09lostlogi1wehn: If I understand correctly, a lithium ion battery constantly cycled in the 40-80% charge range will last push a lot more useable current out it's leads than one constantly cycled 0-100%
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12:26:45lostlogi1the chemistry doesn't like the extremes of charge
12:26:56Paul_The_NerdI vote for the timestamp though, since you've already got it around and since it's then also reflects exactly which CVS co a user could use to get the same sources as the build, right?
12:26:56B4gdersince the builds are started by the master, it really can't have the same time stamp on two builds
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12:27:25JdGordoncant u just change the filestamps when the zips come back to the main server?
12:27:38Paul_The_NerdJdGordon: The one that shows in the credits plugin.
12:27:50JdGordonoh..
12:27:52wehnlostlogi1: yep, i agree. (though not sure on the 80% bit.)
12:28:06B4gderPaul_The_Nerd: yes the match with the cvs version is a very compelling reason
12:28:34B4gderI'll bring out my stick and poke it tonight
12:28:54Paul_The_NerdHehehe
12:29:08wehnlostlogic: maybe in poor chargers that force into overcharge 80% would be better. anyway.
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12:32:34PaulJamwehn: i think the charging is controlled by an internal chip and not by the external charger. And i think the user shoud be able decide how he wants to treat the battery.
12:34:26PaulJamwhat i would like to see in rockbox is a beep every few minutes if the voltage falls below a certain (user configurable) level
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12:51:53wehnPaulJam: yep, of course the power adaptor only supplies power. And I agree the user controls charging
12:52:40wehnPaulJam: I like the current cut off level since I haven't seen the capacity loss I've come accross in other products from an uncontrolled deep discharge
12:55:00wehnnot sure about battery warnings, if your running that low it's probably because you can't get to a charger. :)
12:57:10PaulJamwehn: of course, the warning should be optional, but i often forget to connect the charger at home. so i would prefer a warning because i dont want to cischarge the battery too low
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13:23:54webguest65is there any way that I can display the battery voltage in root, without going to wps ?
13:24:31JdGordonturn on the status bar
13:25:10webguest65hmm, batt voltage in status bar....
13:26:03_FireFly_afaik there is no voltage display in the statusbar only a % value
13:26:09_FireFly_or graphical
13:26:17Paul_The_NerdI didn't even know there was an actual voltage display in WPS. Is there?
13:26:31webguest65yes was looking for voltage display specifically, more meaningful
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13:27:24Paul_The_NerdBut you said "without going to WPS" which somewhat implied you meant something that was currently available in WPS.
13:27:31Paul_The_NerdYou can check the battery status in the debug menu though
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13:27:43JdGordonu can put voltage on the wps..
13:28:30webguest65hmm, if I'm doing file work and its connected to the pc, it would be nice to have voltage displayed in the usb logo, or something like that
13:28:32Paul_The_NerdOh, %bv, gotcha
13:28:45amiconnwehn: It's true that LiIon does like full charge less than a medium charge state
13:29:06amiconnI.e. the extremes are bad, as already mentioned
13:29:24Paul_The_Nerdwebguest65: Why not just make sure it's charging while plugged in, since you're bound by a cable anyway?
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13:29:50webguest65H140 cant charge via usb
13:29:51amiconnPaul_The_Nerd: what did you want to ask me?
13:30:23Paul_The_Nerdwebguest65: I didn't say you should charge by USB. I said that you might as well make sure it's charging.
13:31:00Paul_The_Nerdamiconn: I was curious if the replacements of the #pragma stuff might have other effects than simply removing some bugs with -Os
13:31:17webguest65ok, would it be possible to display battery voltage in the usb logo whilst connected to a pc ?
13:31:41Paul_The_Nerdwebguest65: It's open source, so yeah you could make that change.
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13:32:06webguest65vesibility is good, now to find a coder :)
13:32:31webguest65feasibility even
13:32:36Paul_The_NerdWhy do you need actual voltage though?
13:32:52amiconnPaul_The_Nerd: It shouldn't. In fact, the replacement shouldn't have any effect if there were no gcc bug
13:33:19webguest65well, I do alot of file work without the charger, so thought it would be nice to know the status of the battery whilst connected to a pc
13:33:22wehnamicon: ok. hadn't heard that before. Not really a practical charge pattern though.
13:33:28Paul_The_Nerdamiconn: Okay. It's just that people are reporting that the iPod 4G freezes vanished, and it's either that or playback engine changes.
13:33:42amiconnPaul_The_Nerd: These changes were all archos only
13:33:45Paul_The_Nerdwebguest65: "Battery status" is different than voltage though. A % full should be valid for status.
13:34:03webguest65mea culpa, meant battery voltage
13:34:22webguest65battery voltage is way more meaningfull than %
13:34:35amiconnThe bug is that a #pragma interrupt turns _all_ subsequent functions into interrupt handlers instead of just the next one with sh-elf-gcc 3.4.x and any optimisation level > 1
13:34:42Paul_The_Nerdwebguest65: How so if it's just while you're using the unit as an external HD?
13:34:57_FireFly_webguest65: not really if you don*t know the with which voltage the battery is empty
13:35:06_FireFly_s/the/
13:35:07amiconnpreglow: around?
13:35:08Paul_The_Nerdamiconn: Aaah, ick. Well, I guess the playback engine overhaul is what fixed the cpu scaling bugs, at least supposedly.
13:35:16webguest653.3 vollts is disc cutoff no?
13:35:38webguest65that means more to me than one bar
13:35:44Paul_The_NerdOne bar?
13:35:48Paul_The_NerdIt's shown as 0-100%
13:35:57_FireFly_Paul_The_Nerd: or graphical
13:36:03_FireFly_depending on the setting
13:36:07Paul_The_NerdWell, yeah, but it can be shown as a percent
13:36:07webguest65I prefer voltage :)
13:36:16_FireFly_webguest65: then code it ;)
13:36:25webguest65but ofcourse
13:36:32Paul_The_NerdYeah, there's not much call for that being added into the core, since it's very definitely "fluff"
13:36:52webguest65tharts your opinion
13:37:40webguest65thanks for the info, everything is possible, as long as you do it yourself :)
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13:38:01B4gderwebguest65: yes, YOU wrote rockbox didn't you?
13:38:25*B4gder mutters to the whiners
13:38:35Paul_The_NerdI'm still not quite sure how an actual numeric voltage while USB is plugged in is that useful. I mean, what is he going to actually *do* with the number?
13:39:04B4gderhe'll have his own translation table on the table next to his keyboard ;-)
13:39:12wehnruntime or % might be vaguely more useful
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13:40:38Paul_The_NerdAh well
13:40:41romanos_melodosrockbox-ipodnano and shure e2c = killer combination
13:41:15Paul_The_Nerdrockbox'ed *anything* with headphones you like == killer combination. ;-) At least any target so far.
13:41:18romanos_melodosanyone know how can i create playlist using rockbox?
13:41:29B4gderthe manual knows!
13:41:34Paul_The_NerdYup
13:41:37romanos_melodos:P
13:41:41Paul_The_NerdThey're basic M3U playlists if you want to make them on your computer
13:41:49*wehn promises he's truely grateful B4gder, <3 060417 rockbox daily
13:41:52Paul_The_NerdIf you want to do it in Rockbox, the manual covers it a lot better than we could here.
13:42:02B4gderhehe
13:42:05Paul_The_Nerdwehn: Why a 10 day old daily?
13:42:05romanos_melodosoh! so can i just use winamp playlists?
13:42:13B4gderromanos_melodos: yes
13:42:14Paul_The_NerdIf'n yah want to.
13:42:16wehn27 27!!
13:42:20Paul_The_NerdAh
13:42:29Paul_The_NerdI was just curious if some bug that was bothering you hadn't been resolved yet
13:42:40romanos_melodosjust another small question. Why rockbox doesn't support ape?
13:42:44wehnoohh playback seeking, backlight flash gone, it's all so nice now.
13:43:04JdGordonstill souns like a bag of shit tho
13:43:06JdGordon:D
13:43:08Paul_The_Nerdromanos_melodos: It's not suitable for portable devices. The format itself wouldn't be able to run full speed.
13:43:18romanos_melodosthanx
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13:43:37Paul_The_NerdThough doesn't one of our future potential targets have like a 400mhz core?
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13:43:57wehnJdGordon: lol, where'd that quote come from?!
13:44:12JdGordonthe mailing list somewhere.. its a good one :D
13:44:33B4gderPaul_The_Nerd: yes gigabeat
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13:44:58B4gderwehn: http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/GoldenQuotes
13:45:08linuxstb_Paul_The_Nerd: I never believed the CPU scaling was the cause of the reported crashes. Maybe it was something like a race condition in the playback code which only happened when the CPU was running at 30MHz, so disabling CPU scaling hid that problem.
13:45:14romanos_melodosjust a final one... if i'm using both ipl and rockbox, does that affects rockbox perfomance?
13:47:11Paul_The_Nerdlinuxstb_: Well, I just called it the "cpu scaling problem" since that's what made it apparent. :)
13:47:26Paul_The_Nerdromanos_melodos: It shouldn't, unless there's something wrong.
13:49:07wehnB4gder: Makes me laugh everytime I think of it. I like the 5th one on that page too.
13:49:40B4gderyeps, but it seems he might be proven wrong soon
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13:49:56romanos_melodoswell basically, i haven't installed ipl yet but it's on my future plans. The main reason is the video playback feature.
13:50:20romanos_melodosany chance for including the ipl video playback in the next rockbox release?
13:50:27B4gderis uncompressed video really that cool?
13:50:33romanos_melodosno
13:50:54B4gderI mean, it would probably be rather easy to support that in Rockbox too
13:50:57romanos_melodosi just wanna test it..
13:51:14Paul_The_Nerdromanos_melodos: The video feature they use is actually pretty miserable if you put it in context. If Rockbox were to do video in the future, my hope is that we'd do it quite a bit more impressively. :) But that's not something to expect for a *long* time if ever.
13:51:43romanos_melodosis it that difficult paul_the_nerd?
13:51:58linuxstb_Or we just wait for IPL to release their next video player (I know a few people are working on things) and steal that.
13:52:04romanos_melodosi mean , they made it for uncompressed..
13:52:22B4gderlinuxstb_: a good plan! ;-)
13:52:26romanos_melodosthey just have to put the damn codecs in it
13:52:28romanos_melodoslol
13:52:37Paul_The_Nerdromanos_melodos: Never ask if it's really that hard. If *you* can't do it, by definition it's "that hard" at least. :)
13:53:14Paul_The_NerdI've found that it's basically impossible to judge how hard something is once it's at the point where it's "too hard for me to do"
13:53:21romanos_melodosyeah.. i'm sure they've already done much..
13:53:32romanos_melodosi mean , i can play doom on my nano..
13:53:33romanos_melodoslol
13:53:47linuxstb_romanos_melodos: The ipods currently struggle to decode some audio files in realtime, so imagine what would happen if you tried to decode audio and video at the same time.
13:53:52romanos_melodosso that made me a little bit greedy
13:55:08romanos_melodosis that clearly a matter of ipod's hardware?
13:55:25romanos_melodosi mean cpu, ram etc...
13:56:25linuxstb_Yes, and how efficient the codecs are, and how well they've been optimised.
13:57:21linuxstb_Also, for the 4G Photo/Color and 5G ipods, the LCD updates are very slow.
13:57:56romanos_melodosis nano a 4G?
13:58:23Paul_The_NerdNo.
13:58:41romanos_melodoswhat is it then?
13:58:45Paul_The_NerdIt's the Nano.
13:58:48romanos_melodoslol
13:58:50Paul_The_NerdSeriously
13:59:02romanos_melodosi was just about to say that
13:59:17Paul_The_NerdThere's 1G - 4G, then 4G Color and Photo (which are the same thing), Mini 1G and 2G, Nano, and Video.
13:59:21romanos_melodosbut i wasn't sure if nano is a generation itself
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14:00:05romanos_melodosso if i want to compare a nano with another genaration, what generation would that be?
14:00:14linuxstb_The Nano shares some hardware with the 4G and some hardware with the 5g.
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14:01:00linuxstb_e.g. it uses the same CPU and backlight as the 5g, but the same LCD controller as the 4G Color.
14:01:12linuxstb_But it doesn't have the Broadcom video DSP that the 5g has.
14:01:30romanos_melodosthanx for the info
14:01:32romanos_melodos:)
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14:02:35romanos_melodosi'm sure people back in apple are working on it.. i mean the video dsp thingo
14:02:54romanos_melodosfor getting that on the next nano release..
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14:04:06linuxstb_I hope not. We don't need more undocumented chips... A faster main CPU would be more interesting, and potentially more useful for Rockbox.
14:05:11romanos_melodosoh ok then :P
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14:11:25*B4gder sent off the mail
14:11:39B4gderwith the P-word
14:12:54Paul_The_NerdP-word?
14:13:00B4gderpostpone
14:13:09Paul_The_NerdOh, got the mail just now
14:13:46Paul_The_NerdI agree by the way
14:14:40B4gder1st of May feels very close
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14:14:53preglowlinuxstb_: btw, you mentioned something about a data abort with the new libmad patches at on time, yes?
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14:16:08linuxstb_No - I just asked if you had tested them on ARM. I thought there might be an issue because the bit-reading functions had been changed to use 32-bit reads.
14:17:01amiconnpreglow: More news regarding the jumptable issue. The offset_unsigned flag itself isn't the problem, it's evaluated correctly
14:17:06Topic"Latest news: extended freezing period suggested" by B4gder (n=daniel@rockbox/developer/bagder)
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14:17:39amiconnWe just hit a corner case where the offset is increased by 1 _after_ deciding about the signedness
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14:17:47t0mascome on..
14:17:53amiconnThe real bug is in the jumptable size calculation
14:18:26amiconnI'm 99% sure, only have to find the place where the jumptable size is calculated
14:18:52Topic"The Rockbox Channel - Latest news: extended freezing period suggested - Have a server? --> http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/CvsBuildServer" by t0mas (n=tomas@rockbox/developer/t0mas)
14:19:14B4gdert0mas: I find the extra info redundant
14:19:21t0maswe still need some :)
14:19:28B4gderthis being #rockbox should be evident
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14:19:38B4gderand the build server info hardly gets us more servers anymore
14:19:38t0masah, you mean that part
14:20:05B4gderbut sure, it can still be mentioned
14:20:10amiconnt0mas: I'm not sure whether additional build servers are that useful.
14:20:25B4gdera larger amount of new servers will make a difference
14:20:28t0masme neither, but I think we're getting short in bandwidth soon
14:20:32B4gderonly a few will hardly be noticable
14:20:33amiconnIt seems there's a saturation effect in the build times, due to ccache and the handout of buiöds
14:20:42amiconn*builds
14:21:00B4gderI don't think we'll have a bandwidth problem
14:21:09B4gderthe problem we have is the slowest servers
14:21:10amiconnThe more build servers, the less likely it is for a specific build server to get the same build twice in a row
14:21:27amiconn...and that makes ccache less efficient
14:21:35B4gderand the slowest servers that get a second build very late in the game and that build takes a long time
14:21:52B4gderamiconn: ccache by default fits all builds in the cache
14:22:14tucozI see that a file in the manual is marked as DOS in emacs. How do I convert this (from within emacs) to unix?
14:22:26amiconnB4gder: yeah, but ccache doesn't help if a source file needs to be recompiled due to changes
14:22:48B4gderamiconn: right, but then how is it a ccache issue?
14:23:02amiconn...and more build servers extend the period for each build server in which this recompilation will hurt the build time
14:23:34amiconnB4gder: I didn't say it's a ccache _issue_
14:23:50B4gderyou said you could make it less efficient somehow
14:23:53B4gderand I don't see how
14:23:57amiconnI said the build distribution among more build servers makes ccache less efficient
14:24:09B4gderonly if the cache isn't big enough, right?
14:24:13amiconnnope
14:24:46B4gderoh, you mean subsequent builds would be faster if done on the same server as the last lap
14:24:56amiconnyes
14:25:02linuxstb_Yes, and with more servers, that is less likely to happen.
14:25:14amiconnIf one server does all the builds, a big change (e.g. in a .h file) makes it refill ccache completely, and the next round will be fast again for all builds
14:25:14B4gderI think that's a very minor penalty
14:25:24wehntucoz: don't know about emacs, but maybe: sed 's/.$//' filename > converted
14:25:28B4gderoverall I mean
14:25:29amiconnIt's clearly visible in the build stats
14:25:42tucozwehn, thanks. I ran dos2unix on the file :)
14:26:22B4gderyes its visible, but it isn't very frequent
14:26:35B4gderis it?
14:26:46amiconnMy impression is that it is quite frequent
14:27:39amiconnWould it be possible to define some kind of automatic build preference?
14:28:13amiconnI.e., make it more likely that a server gets a certain build in the next round if it did this build in the current round
14:29:02B4gderit could be a bit hairy to get it right
14:30:40B4gderI think we could also benefit from handing out the slowest builds first
14:30:58B4gderto top up with smaller and smaller
14:31:27amiconnYeah, swcodec target & sim first, then hwcodec, bootloaders last
14:31:31B4gderyes
14:36:24ravonWhere can I read up on char -> ushort sound conversions?
14:40:49linuxstb_You mean "signed char" to "unsigned short" ?
14:41:00linuxstb_Or unsigned char...
14:41:10ravonSigned char
14:41:21ravonI have my own way, but the sound gets all fuzzy
14:48:01preglowamiconn: no clues on what the real problem is, then?
14:48:31amiconnpreglow: [14:17:41] <amiconn> I'm 99% sure, only have to find the place where the jumptable size is calculated
14:48:44preglowrightieo
14:49:05amiconnAll SH1 insns are 16bit, so jumptable must have even size
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14:49:28ZagorB4gder: a simple server speed toplist could be done (with statistics) and start with both the big jobs and the big servers
14:49:33amiconnByte sized jumptables need a padding byte if the number of cases is uneven
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14:50:26amiconnIn the case where the bug hit us, there were 5 cases, and the offset to the last one was 127, since the padding isn't considered in the table size decision
14:50:40B4gderZagor: yes but basing on collected data like that can be a bit cumbersome to work with
14:50:50amiconnThe padding in the insn output stage then bumped the offset to 128 - boom
14:50:55B4gderZagor: just sorting the builds in size-order from what we know is a lot easier
14:51:56ZagorB4gder: yes, but simply storing the build times in a file shouldn't be very hard.
14:52:00amiconnThe easy fix is reducing the maximum allowed distance for byte-sized table by 1. I tested it, it works
14:52:13amiconnBut the proper fix would be to fix the table size calculation...
14:52:33B4gderZagor: no, just that I don't think we'll gain a lot
14:53:17Zagorperhaps not
14:53:58B4gderI mean, the order of the builds would be rather static given enough time
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15:02:59DpK|Cronichi
15:03:00DpK|Cronic:)
15:03:16DpK|Croniccan anyone give me a good theme?
15:03:27DpK|Cronicwith a good code?
15:03:37JdGordonajant
15:03:47Paul_The_NerdThe themes are all to be found in the WPS Gallery in the wiki. :)
15:04:46DpK|Cronicy i see it but thats not sooo good ^^ and the iPod Green5g are not functionaliti
15:04:57DpK|Cronicthe text are not on the box
15:05:04DpK|Cronicthere is on the left site..
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15:07:57DpK|Cronici would an better menu :( are you can help me Paul_The_Nerd ?
15:08:34Paul_The_NerdDpK|Cronic: I'm not understanding what you're asking. Some themes require patches for text alignment. For the menu you can only set backdrop and font
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15:09:25DpK|Cronicahh the patches...where must they in?
15:09:26ravonOh speaking of that. Will those patches be a part of the main tree after 3.0?
15:10:42Paul_The_NerdDpK|Cronic: They must be applied to the source code, and then rockbox must be compiled. It's described in the wiki.
15:11:20Paul_The_Nerdravon: The album art patch isn't being included because it doesn't load album art into memory with songs the way it's been decided would be optimal.
15:12:19pregloware anyone looking at what wpses we should bundle?
15:13:07Paul_The_NerdHas anyone actually submitted any WPSes through the proper process recently?
15:13:28B4gderI think we've hesitated to accept any
15:13:54B4gderI'd rather have us arrange them in a new way
15:14:10B4gderwith ~3 WPSes for each target LCD
15:14:50B4gderI wish someone would bother to setup a dedicated site and service for Rockbox themes
15:15:47DpK|Cronicthr pszvhrd in G:\.rockbox
15:15:48DpK|Cronic?
15:16:02DpK|Cronicuh
15:16:08DpK|Cronicthe patches in g:\.rockbox ?
15:16:43JdGordonso... um... when is rockbox.blaa moving into .rockbox??
15:16:55ravonDpK|Cronic: You need to patch the sources before you build them.
15:16:57Paul_The_NerdDpK|Cronic: No, I told you they have to be applied to the source code, and compiled. See http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/WorkingWithPatches and http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/SimpleGuideToCompiling
15:17:25linuxstb_Paul_The_Nerd: The album art patch seems much better now - it doesn't waste RAM, but it causes an extra disk spinup just before each track change, and the album art is loaded into the WPS image buffer.
15:17:48linuxstb_But this also only happens if the image is different to the previous one.
15:17:48Paul_The_NerdB4gder: A non-wiki site, where people submit them, the maintainer reviews the WPS to make sure it handles things properly (nothing extra in the .cfg, it explicitly sets font and background colors if that is required for the theme to work well, etc)?
15:18:03B4gderyes
15:18:13B4gderwith previews, sizes, zips to download, all targets
15:18:24B4gderand user rating
15:18:29Paul_The_Nerdlinuxstb_: Well, I understand that lostlogic wants to make metadata on buffer work properly, which would probably then be ideal for integrating the album art into, right?
15:18:30JdGordonPaul_The_Nerd: that could be done with a script...
15:18:39B4gderlike those winamp/xmms/etc skin sites
15:19:01linuxstb_Paul_The_Nerd: Yes, I think that's everyone's preferred approach.
15:19:47preglowB4gder: how would that site differ from what we have now?
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15:20:10B4gderwell, we don't have such a service now
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15:20:33B4gderthat would be the difference ;-)
15:20:47linuxstb_I would be surprised to see a volunteer for that job though.
15:21:13B4gderI pushed for it a bit at MR
15:21:15preglowi could have done so, but i haven't got the webspace
15:21:20preglownor the time :>
15:21:27Paul_The_Nerdpreglow: There would be a human filter (or a few) to help make sure WPS submissions actually *work.* A lot of the ones on the Wiki have had errors (the .cfg points to a non-existing .wps, or assumes the text is the default color, etc)
15:21:28preglownot the interest in wpses :>>>
15:21:47B4gderI have the space and skill, but I don't feel like taking on yet another task
15:22:06B4gderwould be neater to get a new fresh web guy to do it
15:22:15preglowthe only webspace i've got available only have mod_php and _MOD_LISP_
15:22:20preglowand i require mod_perl for proper operationm
15:22:34B4gderwell, we have many gigabytes to offer... :-)
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15:24:01Paul_The_NerdI'll gladly help with checking over submissions for guideline adherence if a web design guy does come along. I'm learning PHP, but I'm still very limited to "The aspects of it necessary to help with my ex-girlfriend's Geophysics project"
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15:24:40preglowwe need to finally decide on the wps patches issue as well
15:25:02preglowpeople will need the time to actually use them before release
15:27:14Paul_The_Nerdlinuxstb_: It doesn't show a checkmark in the Rockbox column by Mini 2G, probably simply because Rockbox wasn't on Mini yet when the page was made or something
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15:28:39Paul_The_Nerdpreglow: Are you talking about the WPS-specific patches that are out there? There's only like two left right (at least in wide circulation), the scroll margins and album art? Or are there others.
15:30:50_FireFly_Paul_The_Nerd: also my combined-bitmap-support ;)
15:31:06_FireFly_but currently no updated patches arround
15:31:07tucozIf one makes changes to a binary file (image) and want to commit the changes, is there something special I need to do to commit that?
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15:31:44tucozor will the current cvs version simply be overwritten?
15:32:10tucoz...if I cvs commit?
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15:32:46preglowPaul_The_Nerd: scroll margins would be the more important one, if you ask me
15:32:49DpK|CronicPaul_The_Nerd you are german or?
15:32:57amiconnNothing special, just commit like normal
15:33:04tucozamiconn, thanks :)
15:33:15preglowtucoz: hey, congrats on the little one
15:33:24tucozpreglow, thanks :D
15:33:37Paul_The_Nerdpreglow: Honestly, a lot of people seem to use it, and I'm somewhat in favour of it being added as a stopgap until proper viewports as long as it can be integrated in a way that allows it to be backed out cleanly when the time comes.
15:34:04preglowPaul_The_Nerd: i think wps is going to see a major overhaul, so i don't really think it needs to be backed out as such
15:34:05Paul_The_NerdDpK|Cronic: American.
15:34:14DpK|Croniccan anyone install meThe Rockbox Source Code in the remote desktop pls?
15:34:16DpK|Cronicah ok
15:34:35DpK|Cronicpls can anyone install me The Rockbox Source Code in REMOTE DESKTOP from windows?
15:34:41Paul_The_Nerdpreglow: Well, in that case, I'm definitely in favour of it. It solves what I see as the single most common *universal* complain about WPSes (as I see Album Art as probably a smaller but more vocal group. I'm not sure though)
15:35:18preglowi don't care too much about it
15:35:27preglowbut scroll margins i do care somewhat about
15:35:36preglowespecially since my current wps needs it badly :P
15:35:41Paul_The_NerdHehehe
15:35:50Paul_The_NerdYeah, Scroll Margins would actually be a WPS feature I'd use.
15:36:14DpK|CronicPaul_The_Nerd can you install me The Rockbox Source Code ? ^^
15:36:24lostlogicDpK|Cronic: read wiki, do it yourself.
15:36:48DpK|Cronici read it ! but i dont understand the cygwin O.o
15:37:08_FireFly_DpK|Cronic: http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/DevelopmentGuide#Setup_Your_Environment
15:37:08Paul_The_NerdDpK|Cronic: Have you installed Cygwin yet?
15:37:16DpK|Cronicyes on C:
15:37:41Paul_The_NerdAnd what exactly are you having problems with?
15:37:45Paul_The_NerdWhich step confuses you?
15:38:21_FireFly_wasn't there a rockboxdev package with an modified cygwin installation
15:38:40lostlogic_FireFly_: was dropped in favor of the vmware image I believe
15:38:43Paul_The_Nerd_FireFly_: There's a set of packages available from Rockbox's servers that include all the crosscompilers, etc.
15:38:47DpK|Cronicthe step in The Rockbox Source Code From CVS
15:38:47DpK|CronicCheck out source -
15:38:58Paul_The_NerdDpK|Cronic: Those are commands to type inside of cygwin.
15:39:21DpK|Cronichmm.. but when i open cygwin they closed automaticle
15:39:48preglowPaul_The_Nerd: you know where the scroll margins patch is?
15:39:57Paul_The_NerdDpK|Cronic: Then you have not installed cygwin properly
15:40:14preglowahh
15:40:17preglowit's the paprica one?
15:40:17Paul_The_Nerdpreglow: http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/2954
15:40:22Paul_The_NerdYes
15:40:23preglowyup, found
15:40:32DpK|Cronicok install the 2nd...
15:40:56preglowugh, it really does touch a lot of stuff
15:41:08DpK|Cronicinstall with DOX/TEXT ?
15:41:30DpK|Cronicor unix?
15:41:44Paul_The_NerdThe default, which I believe is Unix.
15:41:55amiconnHmm, who's currently in chargethe vmware image? of
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15:42:17amiconnIt will need updating with the patched sh-elf-gcc soon...
15:42:47DpK|Cronickk...
15:44:00lostlogicamiconn: so will all the build servers
15:44:03lostlogicand won't that be an adventure
15:45:08amiconnPerhaps it will
15:45:25amiconnThe good thing about gcc 3.4.x for sh is that we don't need to build with newloib
15:45:35lostlogicPaul_The_Nerd: this dr.dns dude must have the most convoluted brain on earth.
15:45:43lostlogicamiconn: but we do need to patch it, yesno?
15:45:43DpK|Cronici install it again but its not gone <.<
15:45:50JdGordonis the specs of the build servers on the web anywhere?
15:46:08lostlogicPaul_The_Nerd: afaics his problem is that auto change directory fucks up sometimes.
15:46:25preglowdr. dns?
15:46:26amiconnlostlogic: Yes, to fix a bug that is present in all sh-elf-gccs and hits at optimisation levels >1
15:46:42lostlogicpreglow: forum poster.
15:46:47preglowroit
15:46:47lostlogicamiconn: aye
15:47:17DpK|Cronicthey arent a .bash_profile ? how i can load it ? o.o
15:48:01amiconnPerhaps I'll post a patch to the gcc bugtracker, but (1) I don't really expect them to fix their trunk and (2) they surely won't fix the 3.4.x branch since it's officially closed
15:48:16amiconn...and we cannot use 4.x :-(
15:48:52ravonWho's dr.dns?
15:49:03ravonI keep hearing about him.
15:49:18lostlogicravon: forum poster... with spaghetti in his head.
15:49:26lostlogicamiconn: did they drop sh in 4.x?
15:49:28ravonlostlogic: lol. On the rockbox forums?
15:49:34lostlogicaye
15:49:34Paul_The_Nerdlostlogic: Some of these bugs are getting more uncommon. "Auto resume with autobookmark only fails when the unit idle powers off."
15:50:01lostlogicPaul_The_Nerd: yeah, I saw that... and I liked your next test request.
15:50:42Paul_The_Nerdlostlogic: I never realized how boring I was. I actually turn my player on and off by hand, and listen to music in either a sequential or shuffled playlist.
15:51:10lostlogicPaul_The_Nerd: I know... me too... which both work fine
15:51:40preglowlostlogic: would reworking the way rockbox works to be compatible with gcc 4 be a great bother?
15:51:43preglowehh
15:51:44lostlogicPaul_The_Nerd: the only thing I actually do that sometimes breaks it is skipping back and forth in certain patterns related to buffer levels and fill times and stuff.
15:51:45preglowamiconn:
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15:54:38ravonFigured out 8->16 got all fuzzy, I think. Someone slap me when you have time.
15:54:46JdGordonok, is there anything painfully simple but boring that needs to be done for mayday?
15:54:49ravonAnd my sentences make no sense either.
15:55:26ravonnvm, just got called "trash!" for it
15:56:17*JdGordon abliges and slaps ravon
15:56:36ravonThanks
15:56:42Paul_The_NerdJdGordon: Bugfixes, bugfixes, bugfixes. http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/ReleaseTodo
15:57:05lostlogicJdGordon: http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/SoftwareCodecPlayback <−− the bugs listed there... although I can't call them painfully boring :-D
15:57:11Paul_The_NerdJdGordon: Oh, the "View ID3 information" option in the Context Menu should show "Composer" along with everything else, as composer is a supported tag in WPS and TagCache. I think that qualifies as "Simple" maybe?
15:59:06JdGordonPaul_The_Nerd: any idea what file thats in?
15:59:23amiconnlostlogic: No, but they took a silly design decision that blocks us from using 4.x for sh rockbox.
15:59:31Paul_The_NerdJdGordon: Not a bloody clue. I just remember someone was quite upset about it's lack. :)
15:59:34Paul_The_Nerdits
15:59:38JdGordonah ok
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16:00:39amiconnpreglow: I have absolutely no idea how to work around that silly gcc 4.x thing
16:01:11ravonweee, it worked.
16:01:44amiconnlostlogic: http://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=24863
16:04:51preglowamiconn: perhaps we should patch our own gcc4 as well
16:05:12preglowamiconn: 'cause there's pretty much no way whatsoever that they're going to revert that
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16:09:08preglowi like the way in which pinski just suddenly stops responding to the bug
16:09:08preglowhahah
16:09:32_FireFly_;)
16:13:59lostlogicbagh, gcc people.
16:16:51godzirraHrm... I cant delete a folder off my h120. Anyone have any suggestions? it tells me the folder/disk can't be read.
16:17:02godzirraI did a scandisk on it and it seems to show up fine.
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16:21:21JdGordonthe langv2 changes are in place now right? i.e it shuold say NAVI = yes on the h300?
16:25:50JdGordonoops.. can some1 change http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/5245 to a patch.. pressed ok to quickly
16:26:30amiconnpreglow: Actually I talked to him y'day. He says that in his opinion this is 90% not a bug, and we're doing something in our code which isn't considered legal code
16:26:59amiconn..but he didn't tell me what isn't legal about it
16:27:46amiconnI don't ask to remove this feature, since it probably makes sense in most cases, but they could have added an option to disable it...
16:28:50preglowwell, they too don't like having seldom-used options in their code
16:28:58ashridahamiconn: wait, you dont' have the specs he's working from memorized? i thought everyone did.
16:29:00preglowbut i don't think this option in particular makes much of a difference
16:29:40godzirraAnyone have any ideas?
16:30:20ashridahgodzirra: inside rockbox, or when connected to the pc?
16:30:40godzirraashridah: connected to the pc.
16:31:18ashridahweird. did your scandisk include a surface scan?
16:31:32godzirraI'm doing a scan for bad sectors now.
16:31:37godzirraits still running.
16:38:01preglowwoot
16:38:10preglowi found another way to detect incoming sample rate for spdif
16:40:16godzirraI still cant delete the file :(
16:40:20godzirraI dunno what the hell is up.
16:42:01mikearthur_is anyone here familiar with Wolfson Microelectronics?
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16:42:49preglowmy pc's spdif is 48005 hz \o/
16:42:53lostlogiconly in that they make the codecs in the ipods and don't publish specs for the specific ones in the ipod.
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16:43:39preglowmy cd player spdif varies between 44097 and 44099 :/
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16:44:12linuxstbmikearthur_: What's your question?
16:46:06mikearthur_linuxstb: just curious if anyone is familiar with them
16:46:11mikearthur_I may be working there in the summer
16:46:23preglowhave them publish more specs
16:46:41mikearthur_I could mention it, doubt it would happen
16:46:50preglowheh
16:46:55preglowwe're fine anyway
16:46:58preglowwe've figured out most
16:47:02linuxstbI'm not that worried about the specs - most of their codecs seem to be register-compatible with each other, and we've found datasheets that seem to match all the ipod codecs.
16:47:19preglowcan't you get work at portalplayer instead? :P
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16:47:29linuxstbOr Samsung now...
16:47:31mikekarthurbecause portalplayer haven't given me an interview :p
16:47:38preglowlinuxstb: is it official?
16:47:45linuxstbI don't think portalplayer will be doing much hiring in the near future...
16:48:11linuxstbpreglow: Yes - Samsung have announced it. Search google news for samsung and ipod.
16:48:27mikekarthurbut anyway, other than anything else, hopefully my C skills will be boosted greatly, and I could help with rockbox :D
16:48:35linuxstbI think all they've said is that it will be ARM-based.
16:48:42preglowno surprise
16:48:49preglowapple will wont to modify as little code as possible
16:49:19preglowSamsung’s chip is based on 32-bit processor technology from ARM, which is a bit sexier than the PortalPlayer chip.
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16:49:23preglow"yes"
16:49:25preglow"that is so"
16:50:05linuxstbBut I would be surprised if Apple's current firmware didn't use large portions of the PP firmware development kit.
16:50:44preglowit does
16:50:46preglown't
16:50:53lostlogicoh?
16:50:53preglowthe one they use is old as hell
16:50:56preglowso i doubt they care much
16:51:23preglowunless they're the "don't fix it if it isn't broken" type of people, of course...
16:52:41preglowi want their mp3 decoder...
16:53:34preglowSlasheri: here?
16:53:58Slasheripreglow: yes :)
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16:55:27preglowSlasheri: could you do some 96khz testing for me afterwards?
16:55:40preglowi found a new method to measure the sample rate directly, and want to see if i've got it right
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16:57:25Slasheripreglow: sure
16:57:54Slasheriif i just manage to get the cables work :)
16:57:57preglowhehe
16:58:01preglowjust finishing the code now
16:58:21Slasherigood, just tell me when it's ready and i will try out :)
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17:18:04RedBrevaJust reading the logs, anyone have any objection to me having a go at a mini themes site (as a proof of concept)
17:18:18B4gderon the contrary!
17:18:54B4gderI'll even offer you a name for your server in the rockbox.org domain! ;-)
17:21:18RedBrevaheheh, I'll knock something up in my own domain initially and see if it looks OK first ;-)
17:21:42B4gderoh sure, just showing my enthusiasm! ;-)
17:22:15preglowSlasheri: http://www.pvv.org/~thomj/rockbox/rockbox.iriver
17:22:17preglowSlasheri: will break settings
17:22:46preglowSlasheri: this time, the sample rate displayed on the recording screen should update itself after what it the spdif input frequency is measured to be
17:22:53preglowplease test it with as many as you can :)
17:23:14Slasheripreglow: hehe, i will try :)
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17:28:38Slasheripreglow: btw, there is still the bug that recording will crash when trying to stop unless signal is found
17:29:07preglowi know
17:29:10preglowi haven't fixed that
17:29:16thesonorki installed rockbox yesterday, and i mentioned that it does not Auto-Off the display so it sucks my battery down, what to do?
17:29:23preglownothing has changed except the freq measurement
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17:31:27thesonorkany ideas?
17:31:39preglowwhat player?
17:31:49Slasheripreglow: works well! frequency even updates correctly when changing the freq on the fly
17:31:53thesonorkipod mini 2g
17:31:58Slasherii tested with 44.1 48 and 96 kHz
17:32:00linuxstbthesnork: What is your "backlight timeout" set to?
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17:32:07thesonork5s
17:32:10preglowSlasheri: cool, thanks for testing
17:32:11Slasheriand yes, optical out has to be enabled for optical in to work
17:32:14Slasherinp :)
17:32:15linuxstbAnd the backlight doesn't go off?
17:32:22preglowhe said display
17:32:27thesonorknono, not the backlight, the display....
17:32:36preglowdoes the apple firmware switch off the display?
17:32:39thesonorkya
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17:32:50preglowno, it sleeps the entire unit, not just the display
17:32:58preglowanyway, the display doesn't really suck much power
17:33:07thesonorkthen what sucks my power down :P
17:33:08preglowwe've got far worse problems than that
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17:33:16linuxstbThe Apple firmware turns off the display when music is playing?
17:33:17preglowsomething else
17:33:18preglowwe don't know
17:33:31thesonorklinuxstb, no, on idle
17:33:38thesonorkor on "hold"
17:35:35thesonorkit was just like i kept my ipod in the car, (all the time loaded while driving so 100%) after work i got in my car... only 67% left, so this means that i cannot use zthe ipod for 2 days without loading it
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17:37:48preglowit does shut itself off after a given amount of time
17:37:54preglowbut it doesn't sleep itself like apple does
17:37:56preglowwe might fix it in the future
17:38:08preglowbut my ipod boots so fast anyway, i don't see the point in wasting power in sleeping it
17:38:33thesonorkpreglow,
17:38:39thesonorkthis sleep feature works
17:38:48thesonorkbut my ipod INSTANTLY reboots after sleeping
17:39:04thesonorkso no effect and another waste of power
17:39:40preglowhm? your ipod instantly reboots when it turns itself off? in rockbox?
17:39:54thesonorkyap
17:39:59preglowwhy?
17:40:08thesonorki dont know
17:40:11preglowmine sure as hell stays off when it turns itself off
17:40:17preglowyou got anything connected to the expansion port?
17:40:29thesonorkno nothing, i just tried it in the kitchen
17:40:52thesonorkgot that sleep timer to 1min, and waited, it turned off and booted again
17:41:09thesonorkso i turned that sleeptimer off
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17:42:48preglowSlasheri: if i disconnect the spdif cable enough times, suddenly the peak meter (and hence also actual recording) dies. i wonder why that happens...
17:42:52linuxstbWhat happens if you shutdown Rockbox manually - i.e. press and hold the play/pause button for a few seconds.
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17:43:46thesonorklinuxstb, instant reboot
17:43:58pregloweh...
17:44:15preglowamiconn: you recognize this? :>
17:44:27amiconn??
17:44:28linuxstbthesonork: You have a very confused ipod...
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17:44:59thesonorkwasn_'t u the one patching my rockbox last night? caused to that usb stuff?
17:45:07thesonork@ linuxstb
17:45:08linuxstbYes.
17:45:16thesonorksee ^^
17:45:22linuxstbmidkay actually did the patch for you though.
17:45:52linuxstbYou seem to have the only ipod mini in the world where the Rockbox USB detection gives a false positive...
17:45:57thesonorkknow that, just wanted to recover the visions in my head
17:46:42dprocan anyone enlighten me again on how to use dd instead of ipod_fw ... my x-dev environment now moved to my freeBSD server and my ipod is connected to my powerbook with only a linux live cd due to a hd failure ...
17:46:44thesonorkI am taking this as a complement
17:46:47thesonork;)
17:47:29dprodamn ... I can't even crosscompile pcfdisk .. maybe parted will do the job ...
17:47:38linuxstbdpro: Yes. Just use "dd if=/dev/sda1 of=bootpartition.bin" to read the firmware partition, and "dd if=rockboot.bin of=/dev/sda1" to write the modified version with the bootloader at the end.
17:47:50linuxstb(replacing /dev/sda with the device assigned to your ipod)
17:48:21linuxstbYou did say you were running Linux?
17:49:00dprolinuxstb: yup
17:49:02thesonorka linux live cd
17:49:18dprowell ... linux on the powerbook and freebsd on the box to compile rockbox ...
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17:49:57linuxstbIt's just that Linux is the only OS that will give you direct access to the first partition. Cygwin and Mac OS X will hide it from you.
17:50:07linuxstb(because it's marked as type 0 - empty).
17:50:33dproah ok, no that shouldn't be a problem then
17:50:36linuxstbThat's why diskdump and ipodpatcher are needed - they access the partition via the whole-disk device.
17:50:56linuxstbThere is an IpodInstallationFromLinux wiki page...
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17:52:43dprobut that also uses ipod_fw, I only need it to merge bootloader and original firmware to make my shiny new video triple boot, but I can do that on the server and then dd it from the laptop (not exactly practical /me knows)
17:53:28*dpro wanders if the live cd supports fuse via ssh that would make all this a little more convenient
17:54:18dprohopefully a friend will give me an unused 2.5" hd tonight so I can start kind of working again tomorrow or so
17:55:05Slasheripreglow: for me, it's enough just to disconnect the cable once and peakmeter dies. However, frequency still updates correctly even after this
17:55:22dprobut if it's just for the partitioning requiring pcfdisk I might be able to find another linux box for those 5 minutes
17:55:34linuxstbSo you're installing IPL as well?
17:55:48*dpro isn't sure if parted likes an empty partition type ...
17:55:52dprolinuxstb: yes
17:56:04linuxstbNo, I think I've read that parted chokes on the empty partition.
17:56:07Mikachulinuxstb: what if you change it to non-empty while doing stuff to it?
17:56:23linuxstbI've never tried, but I can't see why that wouldn't work.
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17:56:37linuxstbI always use Linux and fdisk, and that's happy to do anything.
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17:57:30dproparted is crap ... it only tells you where /about/ partitions start and end ... very helpfull when trying to recover from a crash ...
17:59:20Mikachui remember many moons ago when i used windows, there was a program called ranish' partition manager, it was pretty good
17:59:39Mikachuit may or may not have been dos-only though
17:59:56thesonorkused partition magic on windows, long long ago ;)
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18:00:14dproah nice ... so I just copy bootpart.bin over to the server an then use ipod_fw to extract all the other stuff needed to merge into a new bootpartition right ?
18:01:04preglowSlasheri: yeah, recording and freq estimation are two completely different things
18:01:09linuxstbYep. And then copy rockboot.bin back at the end of it.
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18:01:35dprolinuxstb: excellent !
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18:32:33romanos_melodoshello! Does anyone know how can i have greek language support on rockbox?
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18:34:41Mikachuchange to a font with greek characters
18:34:53Mikachutry unifont
18:35:13Mikachuif you're on linux you need to mount the fat partition with -o utf8
18:35:46romanos_melodosoh.. thanx for that
18:35:49romanos_melodos:)
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18:37:06thesonorkGuys, I sorted my songs using Folders like: /Band/Album/songs.mp3, but in folder view rockbox does not shuffle through the folders, and when i create a playlist, rockbox does not sort UIsing the folders i made... what to do? ^^
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18:37:30thesonorkUIsing = using
18:39:39goffathesonork: you mean like when you select a song?
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18:39:48goffait just plays songs from that folder?
18:39:54thesonorkwhen i browse through my songs
18:40:03thesonorkyes
18:40:08thesonorkthats exactly my problem
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18:40:19goffayeah... that's default behavior currently :(
18:40:26goffabut... you can load your root playlist
18:40:37goffathen in file browser hold down your navi button
18:40:38thesonorksee, i wasted hours in making my music archiev really cool,... like /band/year-Albumname/Tracknumber-trackname
18:40:48goffathen playlist
18:40:50goffathen insert
18:40:51thesonorkso i have lots and lots of songs starting with tracknumbers
18:41:15plopi smell
18:41:30goffaand then it will go random through all dirs
18:41:37thesonorkgotta do that for every folder?
18:41:44thesonorkargs
18:41:48goffaoh.. to queue every folder
18:42:10goffago into playlist options -> create playlist
18:42:17goffathen load root.m3u
18:42:30goffathere's also an option in there for recursively insert directories
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18:43:24goffaso if you have 5 albums by an artist and want to listen to that artist you can insert that dir
18:43:24goffaand it will insert the rest recursively
18:43:24plophmmmmm
18:43:25BOBqwertyhi plop
18:43:29ploprock my boy
18:43:45thesonorkhm i think that just worked
18:43:46goffathere has been some discussion on this thesonork
18:43:48goffahttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/5106
18:43:56romanos_melodosunifont is working great for reading the greek characters only in folders. What about id tags?
18:44:03goffathere seems to be some interest in implementing my feature
18:44:18thesonorkBUT
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18:44:29goffabecause to me its frustrating when you pick a song out of file browser and your playlist goes Poof
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18:44:56thesonorkwhat the holy hell ?!
18:44:59plopoy!
18:45:01lostlogicthat was amusing
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18:47:48juliusBOBqwerty, plop are you bored? can I help you somehow? :)
18:47:58BOBqwertyyes we are
18:48:06plopim bored butnope unless u got a huge amount of porn u cud share
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18:48:55juliusthe problem is that I don't have a high speed internet connection, so you would have to wait for hours for just one movie :)
18:48:55BOBqwertyim afraid i do not have any on me i could share
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18:49:17juliusso hi everyone
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18:51:14goffaYAY
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18:51:32goffathat crap gets annoying
18:51:35juliusi have a litle problem with rockbox, yesterday I had greate support from you guys, and I found out how to turn the power on on the ipod 5g dock connector, but I still have one question
18:51:43juliuscould someone help me with this please?
18:52:03goffa<- knows nothing about ipods
18:52:13goffabut you can ask your question
18:52:22juliusok, so here is the situation:
18:52:29dwihno_asking the question, always a good idea is!
18:53:00thesonorksubject-verb-object dwihno_
18:53:02thesonork:P
18:53:15juliusi found out (with the help of linuxstb) that this code:
18:53:17julius ipod_i2c_send(0x8, 0x24, 0xf5);
18:53:17julius ipod_i2c_send(0x8, 0x25, 0xf8);
18:53:17julius ipod_i2c_send(0x8, 0x26, 0xf5);
18:53:51juliusturns on the power on the ipod 5g connector, so I have power on pin 17 and some other above 17
18:54:11juliusso this is greate, but I tested my itrip with it and it's still not working
18:54:22juliusthan I made some test and found out
18:54:35juliusthat there are two pins which are required by the itrip
18:54:39juliuspin 11 and 17
18:54:42dwihno_aha
18:54:49dwihno_hardware stuff!
18:54:50*dwihno_ hides
18:55:19juliusthe only problem is that on the pin 11 I don't have any power if I use rockbox, but with apple's firmware I have 2.9v or something like that on the pin 11
18:56:27juliusso do someone knos how to turn on the power on 11 pin too?
18:56:29lostlogicwhat is pin 11 called in the pinout?
18:56:40juliusnothing
18:57:00juliushttp://ipodlinux.org/Dock_Connector
18:57:09juliussorry
18:57:12juliusit's Serial GND
18:57:21lostlogicodd.
18:57:29juliusyes, and another thing
18:57:36juliusI have 3.3 on the pin 17 and not on 18
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18:59:38juliuslostlogic, if I try to increment the 0x26 in the code ipod_i2c_send(0x8, 0x26, 0xf5); could I hurt my ipod?
18:59:58juliusyou know, just to make some tests, maybe one of them would turn the 11 pin on
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19:00:16lostlogicjulius: it's not likely that you'd damage it, IMO, but it is possible.
19:01:10juliusI don't really know any other way to found out which one is for pin 11, do you?
19:01:25lostlogicnope, since we don't have datasheets ;)
19:01:40amiconnDisasm the original firmware and start hunting...
19:02:55juliusyep, I could do that, but they said that would be a big jurney :) and I really don't want to go abroad :)
19:03:28klrspzwhat does the the 11 pin do?
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19:05:02juliusklrspz, I'm not sure, I just noticed that I have a power out on it with 3v and it is used by the itrip fm transmiter. And i found out the both pin 18 and 11 are required for the itrip to work (or it seems like that)
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19:25:34scott666_Is the only thing causing playback stutter on a 5G ipod while listening to music and running a plugin unoptimized code?
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19:49:37preglowscott666_: pretty much
19:50:20scott666_but that's being worked on, right?
19:51:20scott666_if you can't play the games while listening to music theres not a lot of point in having games
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19:51:50DarkJesusWhat about an ipod style music quiz?
19:52:02preglowyou can play them without listening to music
19:52:24preglowluckily, on our other targets, it's not that much of a problem
19:52:34scott666_yeah
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19:53:26scott666_never was on my archos
19:53:45linuxstbThe archos doesn't use the CPU for audio decoding.
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19:54:27linuxstbBut hopefully once we start using the ipod's second CPU, it shouldn't be an issue on the ipods either.
19:55:09linuxstbjulius: Glad to hear you've at least got pin 17 working. Have you found out which of the three commands enables it?
19:55:42klrspzhttp://gorillamask.net/mariolive.shtml
19:56:46preglowamiconn: didn't you have some ideas on how we should go about moving stuff to the other core, btw? :>
19:57:50linuxstbjulius: In the IPL code I pointed you to yesterday, there is some code to init ser0 and ser1 on the 4g. You should try that. It's the last modification on this page: http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/ipodlinux/linux/arch/armnommu/mach-ipod/hardware.c?r1=1.11&r2=1.12
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19:58:42juliushi linuxstb I'm glad to see you!
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20:00:13juliuslinuxstb, ok, I will try that one too, btw: I didn't test the tree command to se which one enables which pin, but I will do so after I got pin 11 to work
20:00:33romanos_melodosr there any other games i can play in rockbox except from the ones already provided?
20:03:19Presenceromanos, I play "spin the bottle" at parties with the ipod, but thats not really dependant upon rockbox.
20:03:38romanos_melodos:P
20:04:04linuxstbromanos_melodos: Not really. Almost every plugin that gets written for Rockbox gets added into CVS.
20:04:47romanos_melodosare there gonna be any new features in the new release?
20:04:58romanos_melodosi'm talkin' about verion 3
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20:05:09linuxstbThere's a feature freeze...
20:05:20romanos_melodos?
20:05:25linuxstbThe idea is that no new features are added, but bugs are fixed in all the existing features.
20:05:37linuxstbWe then release and start again...
20:05:42amiconnpreglow: I think the idea was to run just a single thread on the second core. If we want more than one, we could run a second scheduler on the second core, and let create_thread() have an argument specifying the core.
20:06:04romanos_melodosyou're right linux
20:06:41amiconnBut I think the biggest problem will be the data exchange. Iiuc this has to be done through iram, unless we find a way to invalidate the data cache
20:06:47romanos_melodosi'm still having some problems during playback and got an annoying sound each time i'm skipping to another dir to hear a song
20:06:50preglowamiconn: perhaps running only the codec thread on the second core does make sense
20:06:57preglowamiconn: playback can stay on the first core
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20:07:18preglowthen i _think_ the only transfer that needs to take place is the decoded data
20:07:23preglowand that is always in iram now anyway
20:07:25linuxstbWe also have the issue of CPU boosting - the two CPUs share the same clock, but I think the COP can be run at half the speed of the main CPU.
20:07:44romanos_melodosare there 2 cpu's on ipod?
20:07:46amiconnCould we actually swap cores then?
20:08:05linuxstbYou mean run the UI on the COP?
20:08:08amiconnyes
20:08:18linuxstbI don't see why not.
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20:08:29linuxstbThey both have equal access to the peripherals.
20:08:41amiconnRun everything on the cop except the codec thread. Then we could throttle the ui to 1/2 whenever codec boosts
20:08:42DpK|Cronichi anyone here how can me install the source for rock box over WINDOWS DESKTOP REMOTe?
20:09:12linuxstbThat's assuming we can figure out how to run the COP at half-speed. I think I just read this in the PP product briefs.
20:09:23ep0ch_dsp should also be on the fast cpu?
20:09:34romanos_melodosare there 2 cpu's on ipod?
20:09:40linuxstbromanos_melodos: Yes.
20:09:45amiconnep0ch_: dsp isn't on a separate thread
20:09:47scott666_how does the apple firmware delegate it?
20:10:00amiconnpreglow: What thread is handling dsp?
20:10:04linuxstbscott666_: I'm not sure anyone knows for sure.
20:10:19scott666_ah, i see
20:10:19preglowamiconn: codec thread
20:10:34DpK|Cronichi anyone here how can me install the source for rock box over WINDOWS DESKTOP REMOTE? PLEASE :(
20:10:34amiconnperfect...
20:10:38ep0ch_:)
20:10:45preglowamiconn: exactly
20:10:50*scott666_ has no idea how much of the apple firmware has been reverse engineered
20:10:57scott666_DpK|Cronic: no
20:11:07romanos_melodoshow the heck did u guys managed to chroot inside ipod and other mp3 players anyway.. :P
20:11:21linuxstbscott666_: I think IPL mainly work with the bootloader and diagnostics mode code. That's a lot more managable than retailos.
20:11:23DpK|Cronicwuah scott666_ :( you are bad ^^ my cys does not start !
20:11:48ep0ch_did anyone test boost ratio for .mod on ipod?
20:12:26amiconnpreglow: Uhm, does dsp also handle voice mixing? That might cause difficulties...
20:12:28DpK|Cronicscott666_ or can you give me a step by step documention from yoU? ^^ also in qry..
20:12:38preglowamiconn: no, playback engine does that, i'm afraid
20:12:42ep0ch_i see that .mod playback has some icode in it so i may do another test with and without linuxstbs no icode patch
20:13:23amiconnpreglow: Why afraid?
20:13:36romanos_melodosi wanna lay back and smoke pot
20:13:45klrspzmeeeeeeeeeee too
20:13:53preglowamiconn: because that means data sharing
20:13:57ep0ch_preglow: going to commit the libmad opts sometime?
20:14:02preglowep0ch_: yeah, today
20:14:05ep0ch_wahoo
20:14:23amiconnpreglow: Didn't you say output buffers are in iram?
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20:16:29preglowamiconn: not after dsp
20:16:36amiconnHmmm...
20:16:43preglowamiconn: then they're stuffed in the pcmbuf
20:16:52ep0ch_hmm if core 2 speed is half of core 1, then core 2 would be sh!t slow when unboosted
20:16:53amiconnAnyway, there's another problem with voice & dual core operation:
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20:17:48amiconnToday, codec & voice are interlocked and swapped in & out as necessary. This is no longer possible (or at least very undesirable) with dual core operation,
20:18:40amiconnep0ch_: The cores are equally fast, but the second core can be throttled
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20:19:59DpK|Croniccan anyone help me with the installation of cygwin?
20:20:45scott666_Mr. http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/DevelopmentGuide can
20:22:12DpK|Cronicwhich paket i needed?
20:22:14juliuslinuxstb, I inserted the whole block of code from here: http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/ipodlinux/linux/arch/armnommu/mach-ipod/hardware.c?r1=1.11&r2=1.12 see Line 362, without the if statement, but I still don't have any power on pin 11. do you have any more ideas?
20:23:04DpK|Cronicare this the paket? http://www.rockbox.org/dist/build-source/rockbox-bleeding.tar.bz2
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20:23:11preglowwe'll need to experiment a great deal with the cache to find out how it works
20:23:18preglowif it's write-through or what
20:24:13DpK|Cronicscott666_ where is the paket how i need to install ?
20:25:08scott666_what the hell is a paket?
20:30:12klrspzpacket as in set of instructions
20:30:14klrspzi'm sure
20:30:43scott666_in that context though?
20:31:21klrspzfuck if i know
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20:33:19*goffa thinks he should get nap-time at work after lunch
20:33:30goffakinda like kindergarden
20:35:23goffai should be awake after riding my bike uphill against the wind
20:37:56DpK|Cronic" Set local Packet Directory" scott666_ that was i mean
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20:40:56Nepohill ^^
20:41:01Nepohi@all ^^
20:41:09DpK|Cronichi
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20:41:51DpK|Cronicwhere is the PACKET how i need to install cygwin? :(
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20:42:36preglowthis is weird
20:42:42lostlogicgoffa: I always tell them we shoul dhav enap time after work
20:42:46lostlogicwe all enter food coma any way
20:42:49PaulJamDpK|Cronic: in about 10 minutes i can try to help you
20:43:02preglowsomeone skilled in coldfire recording, help from, request
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20:43:11DpK|Cronickk :) PaulJam can you give me german supp on qry? or dont speak german?
20:43:33goffayeah... we can't get anything done anyway :)
20:44:19*goffa thinks its the cold turkey (tryptophan)
20:44:19PaulJamDpK|Cronic: yes, i'm from germany
20:44:32DpK|Cronicnice one kannst mir qry support geben?
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20:55:43preglowbluebrother: ok, so we should use \setting instead of emph or ``'' now?
20:55:58preglowor is that just for describing menu entries?
20:56:05bluebrotheryes, thats the intention.
20:56:11preglowformer or latter? :>
20:56:16bluebrotherthe first ;-)
20:56:19preglowgood
20:56:25preglowi'll start changing some stuff in what i've written
20:56:38bluebrotherso we have all menu entries the same style −− atm it's kind of mixed.
20:57:05bluebrotherI was just about adding this to the LatexGuidelines wiki page ;-)
20:59:02goffan
20:59:07goffaoops
20:59:34goffa http://news.com.com/Nintendo+Revolution+renamed+Wii/2100-1043_3-6065801.html
20:59:48*goffa wants some of what the people at nintendo are smoking.. must be good stuff
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21:01:35DarkJesusYou lot don't like the name?
21:01:40DarkJesusI think it's fine
21:01:50ep0ch_wii fine?
21:02:22ep0ch_its stupid and they're having a laugh
21:02:45goffaits just silly
21:03:54preglowi rather think they think they're being really clever now
21:03:55preglowhaha
21:04:05preglowcan't say i like it
21:04:17DarkJesusIt's gonna be a brilliant console anyway, so who cares?
21:04:33goffa*puff* Further, Nintendo said, the written name is meant to visually conjure up the image of two people standing together. *exhale*
21:04:49preglowit fails in that
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21:05:10preglowunless their shiny logo is going to typeset the is as people standing together
21:05:46DarkJesusWho cares?
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21:07:22goffai just don't think that the name is going to sell the box
21:07:29goffai think revolution was a better name
21:07:38preglowbluebrother: perhaps we should small case the string before feeding it to \textsc
21:07:52preglowi don't like the capped first letter
21:07:57goffai think they are going to sell a lot of them though... and so the new buzz word will be wii
21:08:23preglowwell, it sure looks like it'll be fun
21:08:49preglowand if they stick through with making a snes emu on it, then hell, i just might be one for kicks
21:08:53preglowsnes > *
21:09:01goffa"whee" would have been better but i guess that doesn't put a mental picture of people standing in line to get one :)
21:09:05preglows/be/buy/...
21:09:12bluebrotherpreglow: we can do latex this for us.
21:09:26bluebrother*let do
21:09:37preglowbluebrother: yeah, that's what i meant, i just don't know how
21:10:01bluebrotherso if we decide to switch to something else (maybe italics or something else) the spelling should be like in the device itself.
21:10:19bluebrotherafaics this is every first letter of menu entries is capitalized.
21:10:56bluebrotherI need to look how we can lowercase everything, but I think we should wait some days and wait for the reactions to the new style ;-)
21:10:59*petur wonders why there's an ipod bugreport in the 3.0 buglist
21:13:16preglowbluebrother: i like it, i just think the first letters should be small caps too
21:14:20preglowwhich means we need to lowercase them before sending them to \textsc, but yeah, no hurry
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21:22:16peturhmmm I just installed a voice file and now it hangs at boot - AAARGH
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21:28:13tucozbluebrother, your new commit looks good
21:28:23bluebrotherthanks.
21:28:46bluebrotherI decided to commit it so others could have a look on it ;-)
21:29:05tucozI would be surprised if people do not like it
21:29:40bluebrotherhehe ...
21:30:14bluebrotherI'd vote also for removing paragraph indents and instead using a greater parskip. But this seems to be somewhat controversical.
21:30:26preglowhrmph
21:30:33preglowi like parindent
21:30:36klrspzbig update?
21:30:50bluebrotherbtw, I wasn't aware of the capital "H" modifier for floats. Really nice.
21:31:06bluebrotheras I said, its somewhat controversical ;-)
21:31:25tucozYes, it seems to work better than the old way. I am looking at the nonfloat package at the moment
21:33:03tucozwhat does parskip do? more white space between the paragraphs?
21:33:17bluebrotheryup.
21:33:42preglowit just uses parskip instead of parindent to mark paragraphs
21:33:50tucozI see. I have no strong opinion in that camp. What looks good works for me :)
21:34:01preglowthe usual way is for parskip=0 and a parindent of around one em
21:34:15preglowbut i guess i can forgive parskip paragraphs in a manual
21:34:29preglowin other literature i'd shoot however used parskip :)
21:34:43bluebrotherI have this in my local build (to get a vision of it and me likes this better for the manual):
21:34:47bluebrother\addtolength{\parskip}{.4\baselineskip}
21:34:47bluebrother\setlength{\parindent}{0cm}
21:34:53tucozI'll try it
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21:35:55bluebrotherpreglow: I agree with you on other literature. But for the manual I find the parindents somewhat strange.
21:36:06preglowwouldn't you use one entire baselineskip for the parskip, btw?
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21:36:31preglowone should always skip a whole line at a time
21:36:42bluebrotherI played with it a bit and liked this spacing most as it's otherwise really much space.
21:37:06bluebrotherwe're not on typewriters anymore, so no need to hold on lines ;-)
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21:37:24tucozLooks good
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21:37:29preglowbluebrother: ah, no, it's just overall a general typographic rule
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21:37:48scott666_DpK|Cronic: heres the file you were asking for yesterday: http://www.filelodge.com/files/room17/439627/Rockamp-red.zip
21:37:49preglowtry to keep material baseline aligned so it doesn't look weird when you're viewing several pages at once
21:38:04preglowwhere the hell did that 'material' come frmo
21:38:11tucozhehe
21:38:28preglowbut anywho, it's just nitpicking
21:38:33tucozbeen drinking again, eh ;)
21:38:51preglowoh, i wish
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21:39:57aaronslifehello, does anyone know when the iPod Video will have better charging capabilities with rockbox?
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21:40:27klrspzhow often should i update my binary?
21:40:39tucozbluebrother, what do you think of some guidelines when referring to a key-table. Sometimes it is Keys: followed by the table
21:40:56tucozand sometimes we simply show the table
21:41:05bluebrothersorry, need to go for some time. See you later.
21:41:12tucozSee you
21:41:39aaronslifeklrspz I'd say every month or week. depending on if your really into getting new features.
21:41:40tucozklrspz, I would recommend: As often as you like
21:41:58tucozI update almost daily :)
21:42:09klrspzyeah iwas thinkin of doin that
21:42:14aaronslife=]]]
21:42:17aaronslife=]
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21:42:51aaronslifequick question... whats rockbox programmed in?
21:43:05preglowanyone know what the idle timeout triggers on?
21:43:06klrspzc
21:43:09tucozBut if you are happy with the current state, then just keep an eye on the front page for fixes to bugs
21:43:15aaronslifethx klrspz
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21:43:33tucozor target specific changes
21:43:34aaronslifesee you guys later!
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21:44:13klrspz060426-2123 is the latest bleeding build?
21:44:45tucozhttp://www.rockbox.org/cvs.shtml
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21:45:09klrspzyeah that's what i got
21:45:25tucozthose are the latest bleeding edge builds
21:45:40klrspzk, guess i'm up to date then
21:45:59klrspzif i can finish installing this mod on this guy's ps2 tonight, i'm going to build me some wps'
21:46:45tucozAnd especially now, there have been lots of fixes to the playback-system. So, a bleeding edge could potentially be worse than your previous build
21:48:31scott666_i think rockbox could use micro-releases
21:48:42scott666_just daily build that are 'pretty good'
21:48:59scott666_so you can get one of those instead of the bleed edge with loots of new bugs added
21:49:06scott666_*bleeding
21:49:22scott666_but maybe thatd just be more trouble than its worth
21:49:39klrspztucoz, i saved my previous binary just in case :)
21:50:12tucozklrspz, I think the last 30 or so builds are available on the server
21:50:35klrspzyeah
21:50:49klrspzi was seeing if i could rename the files on the fly then reboot and use the binary
21:51:54klrspzand i can
21:52:20tucoz:)
21:52:32klrspzso while i'm stuck in traffic after work (a 20mi drive takes me 1.25 hours in this shitty area) i can switch binaries if it bails out on me
21:53:14preglowlibmad patches commited
21:53:20tucozw00t
21:53:21preglowplease try and give feedback
21:53:28klrspzyay for smoothie day
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21:54:21*petur swears at the voice stuff
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21:55:29KlrSpzyeah the voice thing just kept saying "x" to me
21:55:31KlrSpzover and over
21:55:34KlrSpzit was kinda creepy
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21:55:45webguest84my browser shows the latest bleeding edge build to be 26 Apr 20:22 is that the latest, someone mentioned 21:23
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21:56:48KlrSpzi dl'd 060426-2123 from the link
21:56:52KlrSpzbut it was yesterday's date
21:57:12peturmy bleeding edge is just a minute ago :P
21:57:16KlrSpz2006-04-27 19:53 seems to be the latest timestamp on my browser
21:57:17webguest84ah ok, thanks
21:57:26KlrSpzerr wait, that's not built yet
21:57:37webguest84I see there's one in the pipeline as we speak
21:57:43KlrSpzBuild expected to complete around 19:59:45 (in 6mins 35secs)
21:57:54KlrSpzyeah, i'm gunna grab that one in a bit
21:58:16KlrSpzi was looking at the diff, not sure if i can be much help now... looks like a bunch of magic numbers
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21:58:52KlrSpznot THE diff, but A diff, sorry
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21:59:57amiconnpreglow: I've finally found the spot of the jumptable size bug in the gcc sources. Now I only need a less hackish way of fixing it...
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22:00:18KlrSpzone thing i noticed, is that when i change tracks, that BEEP sound only is audible like 1 out of 7-10 times i click the button...
22:00:46amiconnpreglow: Do you know by chance which macro tells me the minimum required alignment in the .text section?
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22:05:17peturamiconn: had a weird freeze at boot after I copied a voice file, but am unable to reproduce :( know anything about this?
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22:06:15amiconnHmm. Do you have resume on startup enabled, or manually tried to resume before rockbox was fully booted?
22:06:33peturnone
22:07:10peturused bootloader usb to copy the file over, then let it boot but got an empty screen and hang
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22:08:25peturwanted to try the bugreport about recording and voice and ended up experiencing this http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php?topic=3851
22:08:28amiconnThen I don't know. However, I do know that there are still quirks like that in playback and voice
22:09:51lostlogicpetur: there are still a few people having problems with bootup with a voice file present, but most people don't... I hate bugs like that.
22:10:40*lostlogic hopes the bugs in voice and playback resolve themselves while he's gone for 4 days starting now
22:10:49peturmust be voice init because it froze without me having anything voice related enabled
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22:11:14*petur wishes lostlogic a nice time in Paris
22:11:51peturlostlogic: beware, sometimes it's cheaper to order wine than water there!
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22:12:09peturand don't expect much of the food
22:12:10Mikachulostlogic: have fun
22:14:01lostlogicpetur: yeah, I've heard about the lack of free water in restaurants... so I'm bringing my 3 litre hydration pack.
22:14:04lostlogicMikachu: thanks :)
22:14:16lostlogiclater rockbox :)
22:15:01peturlostlogic: restaurants normally give tap water free - not always
22:15:29peturoh, and drive three hours extra and visit me :)
22:16:41lostlogic:-P
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22:18:04preglowlostlogic: wha, you're goin away?
22:18:35lostlogicyes, as soon as I finish shutting down and packing up around my workspace, I'm going to Paris, with no computers for the weekend.
22:18:44preglowparis, of all places
22:18:52preglowi thought you had seen europe now :)
22:21:13*petur pours himself a cognac
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22:21:43saratogahay, i just noticed the new libmad changes
22:21:53saratogait looks like an amazing amount of work was done on it
22:22:14saratogaare any benchmarks available for arm or coldfire for the new changes?
22:22:15preglowindeed
22:22:22preglow19% gain for coldfire
22:22:27preglow10% less boost at 320kbps for arm
22:22:39saratogahow much boost is needed?
22:22:45preglowdepends on the file
22:22:50preglow320kbps on arm = 62% boost
22:22:53preglowway too much still
22:22:58preglowbut it used to be higher
22:23:01saratogayeah thats a lot
22:23:15preglowon coldfire it's very fast now
22:23:49saratogawhat makes coldfire so much faster?
22:23:54preglowgod knowsn
22:23:58preglowa more sane arch
22:24:05saratogayeah
22:24:15saratogai was looking into how loads are handled on the arm7
22:24:17saratogaits retarded
22:24:21saratogajust to save a few transistors
22:24:26saratogabut still
22:24:31preglowi'm not too fond of load-store
22:24:38saratogais coldfire all that much better ?
22:24:44preglowwell, i think it's slightly better
22:24:50pregloweven though you do end up with more code most of the time
22:25:04saratogathats why i assumed, but it makes such a huge difference running the same c code?
22:25:12saratogais there a lot of 68k assembly or something
22:25:16preglowwell, apparently
22:25:30preglowsometimes the same code is faster on arm, sometimes not
22:25:32preglowhard to see a pattern
22:25:42preglowbut dsp seems to be faster on coldfire altogether, at least
22:25:50saratogayeah
22:26:00saratogawell arm can't pipeline loads or stores
22:26:11saratogaso its going to lose anytime you have to work on a large data set
22:26:23saratogasince you basically stall on every load and store
22:26:30*amiconn realises that we only use -O for the core on all archs
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22:27:07amiconnMaybe we should use -O2 instead (except archos of course, where we'll most likely switch to -Os)?
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22:28:58saratogadoes O2 make a big difference?
22:29:10adiamasi have the cvs pull from 4/11 and my volume seems weird. on the archos rec 20 for the vol to be resonable I have to bring the setting down to -14. Anyone having this?
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22:29:43amiconnadiamas: Seems you didn't update for a loooooooooong time?
22:29:52adiamasnods
22:29:56adiamasto say the least :)
22:29:57amiconnVolume uses dB for quite some time now
22:30:09preglowamiconn: worth a shot
22:30:12preglowamiconn: i thought we got errors
22:30:21preglowsaratoga: yeah, the loads seem to kill a lot of the advantage
22:30:24adiamashehe that would make more sense then..
22:30:28*amiconn is building with -O2 for H300 right now
22:30:29preglowalso, the 64 bit multiplier seems to be slow
22:30:31preglowhooray for that
22:30:33adiamasstill confusing for me since I don't know dB lol
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22:31:10saratogaIt looks like apple is ditching portal player
22:31:18saratogaso maybe we'll get arm9 on future ipods
22:31:21*goffa guesses new patch will improve battery life?
22:31:28saratogathat has sane pipeling
22:31:33saratogapipelineing
22:31:54webguest02hello!!!
22:31:58webguest02heloo
22:32:05webguest02hello anybody
22:32:07saratogaalso, what 64 multiplier ? ARM7 doesn't have one :)
22:32:13tucozhello webguest02
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22:32:24tucoz:)
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22:34:21preglowsaratoga: it does?
22:34:28preglowsaratoga: sure arm7 does
22:34:32preglowsaratoga: look up smull and smlal
22:35:38Mikachurandom filenames are showing up in apple's about screen
22:35:42saratogai don't remember that, have to look it up
22:35:51Mikachuwhat is the title supposed to be in that screen?
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22:36:10preglowsaratoga: i use them all the time, so at least i know they exist :)
22:36:41saratogaare you doing a lot of assembly code for the ipod?
22:37:10amiconnpreglow: warnings with -O2 ...
22:37:16amiconnplayback.c:694: warning: dereferencing type-punned pointer will break strict-aliasing rules
22:37:29amiconnThat's in fact the only one, twice for the same line
22:38:05amiconnrockbox.iriver size increases by ~5%
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22:40:09preglowamiconn: i get a zillion of those for doom with 4.1
22:40:25preglowamiconn: can you think of any way to measure performance increases?
22:40:53amiconnNot really.
22:41:37preglowperhaps the lcd benchmark plugin?
22:41:40amiconnBoost ratio is a rather coarse measure
22:41:41preglowor is that all asm, these days
22:41:56amiconnThe data transfer is all asm on H300
22:42:02preglowlostlogic: does the null output patch still work? :>
22:42:21amiconnThe upper layer is C, but I doubt it has much influence
22:42:38amiconnThe drawing routines might profit from -O2
22:42:46preglowperhaps
22:42:51preglowbut yeah, the codecs already are -O3
22:42:52preglow-O2 <-
22:43:04amiconnYes, as well as plugins
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22:43:22amiconnThat's why I know that the sh-elf-gcc bug also hits with -O2
22:43:23preglowi can't think of any testable scenarios where the core has much to say
22:43:30amiconngfx
22:44:01amiconnOops
22:44:14amiconn-O2 build crashes within a second
22:44:26amiconnIBC: at 32F001C2
22:44:43Purgatoryhello
22:45:20Purgatoryi've got a problem with installing on my nano
22:45:46amiconnThis is codec ram...
22:45:54Purgatorywhen i type: ipodpatcher 0 in cmd
22:46:11Purgatoryit says: Drive is not an ipod, aborting
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22:47:13Purgatoryoh
22:47:15Purgatorywait
22:47:31Purgatorygot it :)
22:47:35Purgatorymy bad
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22:52:44preglowamiconn: weird
22:52:56amiconnpreglow: gcc...
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22:57:26bluebrothertucoz: I'm back for some time ...
22:57:29scott666_hooray, i just complied rockbox
22:58:56bluebrothertucoz: I was thinking we should generally not write "the following table" but refer to it with either its caption numbering or let the user find the table itself.
22:59:05preglowagreed
22:59:17bluebrotherwhich would imply giving all tables reasonable captions.
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23:09:18amiconnpreglow: The optimised libmad reduces boosting of 320kbps mp3 files to 4% on H300. With Hold enabled, it's 0%
23:09:42preglowwhy would hold affect it?
23:09:43Purgatoryrockbox rocks!
23:09:57Purgatorythanks
23:09:59amiconnpreglow: Hold disabled the ADC read from the PCF
23:10:06amiconn*disables
23:10:12preglowwhat the hell? that requires so much?
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23:11:17amiconnWell, it's a bit-banging i2c driver, called HZ times per second
23:11:40preglowstill sounds like a lot to me
23:11:42amiconnThat's _after_ my optimisation work, imagine what the load was before...
23:12:02goffai don't know who gave me the tip to get out of wps and go into a menu to save battery, but thanks
23:12:08preglowand why bit-banging? weren't these morons clever enough to use a pin that's got a hardware interface?
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23:12:20goffaplayer has been playing for an hour (after it shut off)
23:12:27amiconnpreglow: Nope. i2c in irivers is quite strange
23:12:44momo3http://israel.275mb.com/index3.php
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23:13:03preglowBagder: these hex address writes of yours makes us look like ipl!
23:13:05amiconnIn fact I was wrong. The difference in boosting is caused by the backlight being on vs. off, i.e. lcd updates
23:13:09BagderI know
23:13:25BagderI'll search/replace them to something nicish soon
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23:13:40preglowamiconn: makes a ton more sense
23:13:50*goffa wonders what the least cpu intensive wps is
23:13:57goffai thought engineer2 would be pretty low
23:14:00preglowgoffa: an empty one
23:14:15amiconnStill, the pcf i2c draws considerable power. About 3..4% at normal & high frequency
23:14:27goffadoes next track eat up that much cpu?
23:14:37goffaor playing next or whatever?
23:14:43Bagdergoffa: make a patch that stops updating everything when the LCD/backlight is off to compare
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23:15:15goffaBagder: i'll do that right after i learn c :)
23:15:28Bagderah, that'll be tomorrow morning then? ;-P
23:15:47amiconnBagder: What do you think about the switch path to gcc 3.4.x and -Os for archos?
23:15:53amiconnImho we have 2 options
23:16:49goffaBagder: uh... doubt it
23:17:28goffai think i may have sams learn c in 24 hours at home too
23:17:42goffamaybe i'll skim that and learn it in 4... :P
23:17:50amiconn(1) The solid & slow way. First, require a patched gcc 3.3.x. When all build servers are upgraded, introduce -Os, and check for patched gcc in configure. Finally, require a patched gcc 3.4.x
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23:18:41goffathat is a good idea though... not update when lcd is off
23:18:50Bagdergoffa: yes it is
23:18:58Bagderbut somewhat tricky
23:18:59goffawould save a TON of battery
23:19:33amiconn(2) The fast way. Start with few build servers: Install patched gcc 3.4.x, update configure with the check, and add -Os. Disable sh builds for all servers which are not yet upgraded
23:19:47preglowi say (2)
23:19:50preglowless time wasted
23:19:51BagderI say (2)
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23:20:05amiconn(1) has the advantage of a smooth transition, but requires an additional step of patching & installing gcc 3.3.x
23:20:27amiconn(2) is faster, but requires upgrading gcc in a short timeframe
23:20:29Bagderso why is that smooth?
23:20:52Bagderyou still need to patch and rebuild gcc
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23:21:10amiconn(1) is smooth because all build servers can continue to build for archos, upgrading one by one
23:21:25goffaBagder: is your lcd/wps idea in the feature request yet? (probably is but figured i'd ask)
23:21:39amiconnThe problem is that we can't switch to -Os without the patch and that we can't swotch to gcc 3.4.x without -Os
23:21:46Bagderamiconn: I thought you said (1) would "require a patched gcc 3.3.x". how can any build server continue then?
23:22:10ep0ch_is everyone elses ipod hard disk dog slow?
23:22:14Bagdergoffa: I don't think it is, but we've discussed it a lot so it is "common knowledge" among the devs
23:22:37amiconnBagder: (1) is done in steps. The first step would be to install a patched gcc 3.3.x. At this point it's not yet required because we don't use -Os yet
23:22:44Bagderaah
23:22:48Bagdernow I get it
23:22:52amiconnOnly after all build servers are updated, we would introduce -Os
23:23:02Mikachuhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Lby0i0TUvQ
23:23:06amiconnThen we would see the first benefit
23:23:10goffathere was that guy in the forum looking for something to do... maybe i should suggest it to him... http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php?topic=3742.0
23:23:19amiconn(recorder v1 binary size reduced by ~8KB)
23:23:34muesli__damn it..last experimental build crashes after every song
23:23:42BagderI still say (2)
23:23:45preglowand that's why it's experimental!
23:23:48amiconnAfter that, the build servers would be upgraded to a patched gcc 3.4.x, which gives another ~4KB
23:24:06crashdpreglow: has those libmad patches been submitted yet?
23:24:19preglowcrashd: yeah
23:24:21Mikachuamiconn: how much did my inline stuff give?
23:24:24muesli__preglow i wouldnt use it..but its the only way to get my h3ll lcd working properly :o
23:24:34muesli__h300
23:24:43amiconnMikachu: Ahem, don't remember. Does it still apply?
23:24:48Mikachudon't know
23:24:53goffai threw the idea at him.. we'll see what happens (if he still checks the forum)
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23:25:27Mikachuamiconn: probably not the hunks in playback.c :)
23:25:33amiconnahaha
23:25:40amiconn'course
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23:25:58amiconnBut these aren't relevant for archos (yet)
23:26:28Mikachu14:05 <amiconn> your patch saves 496 bytes on archos recorder
23:26:56amiconnHmm, not bad as another extra gain...
23:26:57Bagdernow there's a man in control of his logs! ;-)
23:27:12*amiconn should fetch the latest logs
23:27:20amiconnWay more convenient for searching
23:27:31preglowMikachu: waht pathc?
23:27:35Bagdermaybe I should setup the logs for rsyncing
23:27:47Mikachupreglow: http://mikachu.ath.cx/patches/rockbox_apps-inline2.patch (outdated)
23:27:55amiconnBagder: Not necessary, Firefox + DownThemAll is sufficient
23:27:56***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
23:27:57Mikachubut you get the general idea
23:28:16Bagderamiconn: well, rsyncing is easier for automatic jobs
23:28:26preglowjust a bunch of inlines
23:28:26preglow?
23:28:31Mikachupreglow: yes
23:28:37preglowwhy does that make the binary smaller? :>
23:28:44Mikachupreglow: those functions are only called from one place
23:28:48preglowroit
23:29:46amiconnMikachu: Perhaps the gain is much less when using -Os, since gcc might figure out these things itself
23:30:33Mikachui don't know, there is a -finline-functions, but it's only enabled at -O3
23:31:17amiconnHmm, worth a test
23:31:53amiconnThe only thing holding me back from providing the gcc patch is that I want to do a proper fix. :/
23:32:16amiconnI know where the fix has to go, just not which macro (or function) to use...
23:33:18amiconnMikachu: The tagcache part probably won't apply as well
23:34:21preglowamiconn: tried asking the gcc people?
23:34:29amiconnhmpf :/
23:35:22*amiconn much prefers the helpful people at #rockbox over the gcc people
23:35:28preglowyes, indeed
23:35:42preglowbut we don't know much about gcc :P
23:36:22amiconn\: fpmh
23:37:30preglowi'd truly love to try to understand it one day, but as of now, no
23:37:43sharpewhat about making the, rbcc? rockbox c compiler? ahah... i'm so funny... :(
23:37:58preglowhaha
23:37:58preglowwell
23:38:01preglowwe might end up with that
23:38:12preglowi know of a couple of coldfire based patches we might want to include as well
23:39:30amiconnHah, the bug is still present in 4.10, and it's in a generic source file
23:40:00amiconn(although in a part that is #ifdef CASE_VECTOR_SHORTEN_MODE, which in turn is only defined for SH)
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23:43:23ep0ch_Slasheri: are there any notes on dircache? its not working for me anymore and i was wondering what the limits of it are...
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23:44:11preglowlimits should be ample
23:44:13preglowcheck the debug screenm
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23:45:26ep0ch_aint working for me, says cache isn't initialized, last size=458132 B, scanning took 0s, entry count = 8152
23:46:11dwihno_dir cache + on boot resume = lots of buffer underruns on ipod
23:46:11preglowdamn
23:46:17preglowthat's quite a number of files
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23:46:29ep0ch_yeah sids and mods init :)
23:46:39preglowhahaha
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23:46:46preglowthose will _kill_ dircache, you know
23:47:04preglowrape it right up the ass
23:47:14ep0ch_i propose rockbox has a non dircache directory
23:47:19preglowperhaps some hybrid mode should be devised :P
23:47:29preglowthat's hardly KISS, though
23:47:37preglowso it really vote against it
23:47:40preglows/it/i/
23:47:49preglowunless slasheri tells me it's very simple to do
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23:50:11ep0ch_4 channel mods boost by 21% on ipod
23:50:36preglowouchouchouchouch
23:50:37ep0ch_i though arm chips were super effecient :s
23:50:43ep0ch_thought
23:50:47preglowthat doesn't bode well at all
23:51:09ep0ch_there's something not right going on well at all with codec performance
23:51:19ep0ch_yeah that made sense
23:52:25ep0ch_there's a massive overhead with mp3 irrelavant of the bitrate
23:53:31preglowi know
23:53:39preglowi'm going to find out when i write the profile parser
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23:58:33preglowgod, i'm starting to hate arm
23:58:36*preglow misses coldfire

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