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#rockbox log for 2006-07-04

00:00:09 Join DarkJesus [0] (n=DarkJesu@cpc1-gree2-0-0-cust487.brnt.cable.ntl.com)
00:00:19mirakpetur: I guess the cliping flashligt hve something to do with that but I am not sure what it does
00:00:23 Join rotator [0] (n=e@rockbox/developer/rotator)
00:01:43peturcliplight is already in CVS for some time
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00:01:56mirakI don't know what it's supposed to do then
00:02:01mirakbecause screen is always on
00:02:04aposoap
00:02:16Soapaha
00:02:20mirakpetur: I guess it's supposed to warn you when you go out of range
00:02:21apoWorking?
00:02:25Soapyea
00:02:29apoWai :)
00:03:28mirakit light up when you saturate recording
00:03:36mirakbut it doesn't light off after a long time
00:03:39mirakvery long time
00:04:00peturmirak: cliplight will (if enabled) turn on the backlight if the clip indicator comes on. So if you have a huge clip indicator time, it will stay on long
00:04:01Paul_The_NerdDoes it user your backlight timeout or something?
00:04:12 Join Genre9mp3 [0] (n=yngwiejo@88.218.17.158)
00:04:23peturit also uses the backlight setting too
00:04:36mirakPaul_The_Nerd: no it doesn't, it probably have it's own timming
00:04:36preglowpetur: i had the impression it was
00:04:40preglownever tried it :>
00:04:41preglowanyway
00:04:42preglowgotta bed
00:04:42DBUGEnqueued KICK preglow
00:04:42preglowlater
00:04:48mirakbecause I have 5 seconds of backlight
00:04:51 Quit Rondom (Read error: 113 (No route to host))
00:05:30peturin fact, cliplight is implemented very easy: turn on backlight if clip indicator visible. so total backlight time = clip indicator time + backlight time
00:06:28mirakI don't see a clip indicator time
00:06:31miraksetting
00:06:55mirakpetur
00:07:38Soapso how much demand is there for creating a standard set of audio files for battery testing?
00:08:07peturmirak: menu -> general settings -> display -> peak meter -> clip hold time
00:08:17peturI know it's quite deep in there ;)
00:08:21sharpeSoap: not much that i know of...
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00:10:22 Quit klrspz ()
00:11:04mirakpetur: thanks
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00:11:18linuxstbSoap: Just pick a show from http://www.archive.org/audio/ - some are available in various formats including MP3, Vorbis and FLAC.
00:11:37mirakthanks it would have been usefull for me this week
00:11:41mirakI recorded 4 shows
00:11:42sharpehooray archive.org...
00:11:59mirakherbie hacock, marcus miller, diane reeves, and roy hargrove
00:12:03 Join lightyear [0] (n=lightyea@p54876C34.dip.t-dialin.net)
00:12:15miraknice sound, but auto gain would have been nice I guess :D
00:12:23peturmirak: I don't use it anymore now that I have AGC in safety mode ;)
00:13:04mirakpetur: I never tried it, I guess there is a nominal record plus reducer
00:13:09Soaplinuxstb - that's exactly the source I was thinking of, it would just be (a bit) more meaningful if everyone tested with the same files.
00:13:14miraknominal volume I mean
00:13:20peturbtw, I just updated the AGC patch to current CVS earlier tonight
00:13:34mirakpetur: I use only faily builds
00:14:02peturmirak: I just have it reduce gain when signal goes above -3dB
00:14:19Paul_The_NerdSoap: Ideally it'd be the exact same playlist, unshuffled, with the same config file loaded, and no buttons pressed while it runs, but very few people would probably bother with jumping through the hoops.
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00:15:16mirakpetur: can you have it enabled when it clips ?
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00:15:37peturmirak?
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00:15:51miraknevermind
00:15:54mirak...
00:15:56mirakhum
00:16:04mirakI am going to bed
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00:16:16apobut very few people would probably bother with jumping through the hoops. < I would =P
00:16:25apoG'night, midkay
00:16:28apomirak*
00:16:30apo~_~
00:16:42midkay:o
00:16:52apo>:3
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00:20:54CtcpIgnored 1 channel CTCP requests in 0 seconds at the last flood
00:20:54*linuxstb curses himself for not compiling for the player....
00:21:05 Quit |AhIoRoS| ("rebooting")
00:21:36Paul_The_NerdIt's all your fault!
00:22:51peturthis is weird. I keep getting build errors and it looks like the compiler is right. in demystify.c line 265 the screen struct doesn't have those functionpointers as members, only the plugin api has. But why do the CVS builds pass?
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00:28:26*petur slaps his forehead
00:29:32sharpe... i don't get it... apparently the text is there, but... it's not showing...
00:29:59*petur removes leftovers from a debug session to fix his build problem :/
00:31:13*sharpe now has text output working.
00:31:19 Join funky [0] (n=repulse@unaffiliated/funky)
00:31:23funkyhi
00:31:30sharpehello
00:32:58*linuxstb knew there was a reason he never touched the gui code...
00:33:10sharpelinuxstb: why's that?
00:33:10 Quit DarkJesus ("See yez")
00:34:06linuxstbBecause I just broke Rockbox. (but it's hopefully repaired now).
00:34:15sharpe:)
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00:43:38 Quit Criamos ("( www.nnscript.de :: NoNameScript 4.02 :: www.XLhost.de )")
00:47:28 Quit petur ("here today, gone tomorrow")
00:50:02 Quit scorche (Read error: 104 (Connection reset by peer))
00:50:21*linuxstb realises it's only 4 months to go until Fireworks...
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00:51:17 Quit ender` (" Going to church does not make a person religious, nor does going to school make a person educated, any more than going to a g")
00:51:40 Join scorche [0] (n=scorche@208-110-158-188.customer.csolutions.net)
00:52:15Paul_The_NerdIndeed
00:52:25Paul_The_NerdBut that was declared as a "Tentative" date.
00:52:30Paul_The_NerdWe can always just push it back a year. ;0
00:53:05PaulJamwhy don't you just call 3.0 fireworks and 3.1 mayday?
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00:55:33Paul_The_NerdOh, that's a clever solution
00:55:52sharpehooray! i can successfully set up the GDT...
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01:03:46sharpeeverytime i try to type "PACKED" i type "PACKET"
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01:06:07***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
01:08:42Paul_The_NerdEvery time I start a word with the letter "i" I try to capitalize the next letter.
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01:13:55sharpeheheh
01:14:05apohehe
01:14:19apoDo you also capitalize space? :P
01:16:23Paul_The_NerdHahaha
01:16:33sharpeyay
01:16:49sharpeit sets up both the idt and gdt... :)
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01:27:27hedzupalright guys, i'm looking for help or a tutorial on patching files on rockbox... if you don't want to help me that's fine, but i'm hoping someone here will be willing to give up a minute or two of their time
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01:56:34 Join esoteric [0] (n=mindless@69.146.35.125)
01:57:09esoterichas anyone had trouble with rockbox and the itrip fm transmitter?
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02:01:58idnarwhat sort of trouble?
02:03:09esotericwell, the itrip wont turn on
02:03:21esoterici just bought it so im not sure if it actually has anything to do with rockbox
02:03:26esotericcould be defective
02:03:28idnaroh hmm, itrip is the ipod thing?
02:03:38esotericya
02:03:51idnariirc that does more fancy stuff than just a plain FM audio adapter, so I'm not sure
02:04:28idnarI'm personally using an iAudio X5 with the iRever AFT transmitter without any problems, but that's probably a different kettle of fish, so to speak
02:04:37sharpeesoteric: rockbox doesn't support the ipod peripherals...
02:04:51esotericah
02:04:57esotericguess ill have to give it to the gf then
02:05:01sharpeheh
02:05:11sharpeyou could just get a regular fm transmitter...
02:05:16esotericshe has one
02:05:19esotericso ill just trade her
02:05:25sharpethere you go. :)
02:05:31esotericyou know how to make the signal stronger from those though?
02:05:37esotericit has to be right next to my reciever in my car
02:06:01sharpelike, quality? or loudness?
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02:06:38esotericanything really
02:06:51esotericbut better quality would be the best
02:06:56esoterici suppose loudness isnt an issue
02:07:10sharpeheh, for the itrips you could expose the antenna...
02:07:22esotericmy other is a little belkin deal
02:07:25esotericlemme dig up a pic
02:09:32esoterichttp://www.staples.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/StaplesProductDisplay?prodCatType=4&storeId=10001&catalogId=10051&langId=-1&productId=125595&cmArea=SC12:CG988:DP4210:CL162371
02:09:35esotericits like that
02:09:53sharpeyeah, i've seen those...
02:10:04esotericif there was anyway to make the signal stronger
02:10:12esotericso i didnt have to hold it up to the stereo
02:10:24scorchesharpe: you should have heard midkay's very feminine scream just now
02:10:37sharpeshort of opening it up and soldering a longer antenna? i can't think of anything.
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02:10:55sharpescorche: okay...
02:11:06esoterichrmm i could solder
02:11:29sharpethat's all i can think of doing
02:19:22Soapif you never use FM radio, it is helpful to un(plug)(wire) the external whip on your vehicle.
02:20:22esoterici thought the extrenal whip was pretty much just for AM, the fm antenna was in the reciever?
02:20:29Soapvise versa
02:21:11esoterichuh really
02:21:22Soapyep
02:21:24esoterici always thought AM waves were larger and thus needed the larger antenna
02:21:28esotericive been wrong for so long
02:21:59Soapcomercial am radio is at lower frequencies, and has a much longer antenna than your FM whip.
02:22:04Soapit's coiled up in the radio case.
02:23:00esotericwow
02:23:04esotericlearn something new everyday
02:23:47Soaplooks something like
02:23:47Soaphttp://i15.ebayimg.com/01/i/05/2d/ae/5c_1_b.JPG
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02:32:02 Part Paul_The_Nerd
02:32:37sharpeheheh...
02:32:44midkaysharpei.
02:33:00sharpeyes?
02:33:10midkaynothing, i just like that name.
02:33:14sharpealright.
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02:38:37 Nick Soap is now known as S0ap (n=bob@cpe-65-24-12-223.columbus.res.rr.com)
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02:59:17sharpei feel like i acomplished something now.
02:59:56 Quit Sinbios ("If the definition of a klutz is someone who doesn't have eyes on their ass, then yes, I suppose I am a klutz.")
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03:02:17midkays/i/i've/ and s/acomplished/accomplished/.
03:02:39sharpepoint?
03:03:34midkaysharpei est tres stupide.
03:03:38midkayc'est mon point.
03:04:01midkayhe he, je ne suis pas serieuse.
03:04:11midkaysharpei, je t'aime. :D
03:04:20sharpeindifférence :)
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03:04:53sharpeguess what i did midkay!
03:06:08***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
03:09:44midkaywhat!!
03:14:43sharpemidkay: i just finished writing a simple kernel for x86's!
03:15:05midkayx86's? you mean x86s.
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03:15:38sharpeor i could just say for computers based on the x86 processor architecture.
03:15:51midkayyeah.
03:16:08midkaybbiaf.
03:20:32midkayi shall bbiab
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04:53:37esotericthis may be a really stupid question, but would like wrapping an FM transmitter in tin foil increase its signal, or perhaps running some wire from the whip to the transmitter?
04:59:07sharpei'm just guessing, but... i'd go with the whip -> transmitter wire.
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06:09:29 Quit rotator ("zzzzzzzzz")
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06:28:53afrufflol, topic answered my question
06:29:28midkaythank god.
06:31:08sharpeafruff: you've not been around a while.
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06:31:45afruffI've been busy
06:31:59afruffI agve up on that WPS I kept bugging you guys about
06:32:03afruffgave*
06:32:48sharpeheheh, why's that?
06:33:04afruffno offense, but the WPS syntax is a bit messed up
06:33:26afruffimages requiring alignment tags when they are pixel pased
06:33:30afruffbased*
06:33:55afruffsublines require redundant info if you just want one part of a line to change
06:34:26afruffbattery logic is flawed(I may be wrong here)
06:34:49sharpeyou mean the battery life estimation? :)
06:35:04afruffno
06:35:33afruffI drew up a whole complicated conditional with amny conditionals nested but it didn't work
06:35:40afruffbut I checked everythign many times
06:36:01afruffthe conditionals were for the battery display
06:36:22afruffis this fixed in newer builds?
06:36:24afruff"Warning for erasing a dynamic playlist when selecting a song does not appear. It does show up in file browser mode, but not in tagcache."
06:36:39sharpeoh, the thing you were doing with the charging?
06:36:52afruffno, what I just pasted
06:37:02sharpei mean to what you were talking about
06:37:12afruffoh that?
06:37:13afruffyeah
06:37:57sharpeheh.
06:38:39afruffdo you have knowledge about my question regarding tagcache?
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06:38:58sharpeno, i don't use tagcache.
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06:42:25keiljhello all
06:42:45sharpegood-day.
06:42:53keiljhow is everyone
06:43:15midkayafruff, images requiring alignment tags? what?
06:43:19sharpemelancholic... me, anyways.
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06:44:49afrufflook at the unicatcher code
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06:45:00afruffunicatcher wps ahs alignment tags for images
06:45:09afruffif you remvoe them, then they don't work
06:45:15afruffas in, don't appear
06:46:03midkaythat should only be as long as you don't use any later on.. either way, if it works, why are you giving up?
06:46:36afruffmainly due to the thing I said about my attery icon
06:46:40afruffbattery icon
06:46:55midkay.. so that doesn't work, then.
06:46:58afruffoh, and I kept running over the 1.6 KB limit, heh
06:47:10midkaywhat were you trying to do that's so complicated?
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06:49:19afruffthe text for the abttery part is pretty long
06:49:24afruffwhere can I paste it?
06:49:37midkayit can't POSSIBLY be so long that you won't paste it in irc..
06:49:51midkayi don't really care for the code, i'm just curious what you're trying to do, anyways.
06:50:40afruffIcan't exactly tell right now looking at the code since I renamed all my images to one or two letters to save space in the WPS file
06:50:41afrufflol
06:51:09midkayso you had no idea what you intended to do, you just wrote up some longlong line with tons of conditionals hoping to get something cool out of it?
06:51:16afruffno
06:51:26afruffI knew at the time
06:51:35midkayand you don't now? wow..
06:51:42afruffI know
06:51:47afruffbut its ahrd to explain
06:52:07*midkay is all-ears.
06:52:15afruffif plugged in and charging then subline battery image 1 to iamge 2 to 3 to 4 to 5
06:52:28afruffthat's jsut the start
06:52:30earHertz_midkay: uih, wait, all ears/
06:52:45midkayearHertz_, uih, yheah, why/
06:52:45midkay:)
06:53:10earHertz_afruff: if it's plugged in, nobody is looking at it
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06:53:33afruff%?bp<%?bc<%?bl<%xda;%xdb|%xdb;%xdc|%xdc;%xdd|%xdd;%xde|%xde;%xdf>|%xdf>|%?bl<%xda|%xdb|%xdc|%xdd|%xde>>
06:54:10midkayam i missing something or has afruff not defined the timeout for the alternating lines he's trying to use?
06:54:21afruffyou don't need to
06:54:28afruffdefault is 2 seconds if nto specified
06:54:30earHertz_midkay: you made sense of that that fast????
06:54:41midkayearHertz_, no, i just see semicolons without timeout values..
06:55:19afruffput this line in a WPS:
06:55:31midkayafruff, ah, i had trouble with something like that too.. if your alternating lines are images-only there's some bug..
06:55:32afruff%xda;%xdb
06:56:14afruffswhich is why you need alignment tags for them to show in sublines
06:56:27afruffwhich would cause my WPS >1.6 KB
06:57:02midkaythat sucks.
06:57:35afruffI just use a modified HiPod theme for the X5
06:59:10sharpewhat should i work on next on my kernel?
07:00
07:00:27*afruff hates scrolling through the unicatcher commits in the commits since 2.5 page
07:00:33afruffthey're so long
07:00:42earHertz_sharpe: your kernel?
07:01:37sharpeearHertz_: yep... writing one for x86s.
07:01:57earHertz_sharpe: you done any ARM asembly/
07:02:06sharpecan't say i have, why?
07:02:34earHertz_arm assembler is SO MUCh more well thought out than x86
07:02:42sharpe:)
07:02:48sharpeyeah, i've noticed...
07:03:02earHertz_in particular, EVERY instruction can have a conditional. avoids all those short jumps
07:03:27sharpe:)
07:05:31sharpeso far, i've a basic implementation...
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07:06:41sharpejust can't decide what to write next.
07:07:07earHertz_you have a threas scheduler?
07:07:13sharpenope.
07:07:22sharpenor any sort of memory management.
07:12:42sharpei just need to get around to deciding on something.
07:13:07esotericwelp i just wrapped some speaker wire around the antenna in my belkin transmitter, and had about a 3'ft run
07:13:11esotericand the sound is much better
07:13:21sharpe:)
07:13:24midkayha.
07:13:27midkaysharpe's sugestion was put to shame.
07:13:28midkay:D
07:13:36sharpethank you midkay...
07:13:40esoteric*shrug
07:13:43esotericjust happy it worked
07:13:46midkaypas de probleme, shar pei.
07:14:07esotericbonjour midkay
07:14:11esotericca va?
07:14:18midkaybonjour! ca va bien, et toi?
07:14:45esoterictres bein, merci.
07:14:52scorchemidkay: faire taire
07:14:54midkayc'est bon. :)
07:15:01midkaywtf is 'taire'?
07:15:10midkayque le merde est 'taire'?
07:15:24scorche(shut up)
07:15:25*esoteric shrugs
07:15:27scorcheessentially
07:15:40midkayou: bouche ta ferme.
07:15:53scorcheyes...or that
07:16:06midkayyes, yes.. bouches tes fermes, #rockbox!!
07:16:08scorchehowever, this is a slightly ruder way =)
07:16:14midkayeuh! :)
07:16:34sharperuder... doesn't look right at all... but it is... :\
07:16:44midkaywhat?
07:16:49sharpethe word.
07:16:54midkay'ruder'?
07:16:59midkayuh. alright...
07:17:31sharpei'm bored.
07:17:43midkaygo correct some grammar.
07:17:44scorcheplay with your wrinkles..
07:17:49midkayor that!!!
07:17:53midkay:E
07:17:55apoEw, French >_>
07:17:58sharpe... i'm still not a dog...
07:18:08apoMorning *yawns
07:18:12esotericive only had a semester
07:18:32scorchewell...lemme speak so you can understand...
07:18:35scorchej'ai faim
07:18:38scorcheuh..
07:18:41scorchelimonade
07:18:45midkayhaha.
07:19:26midkayshar pei est tres.. euh.. tres bete.
07:19:52esotericJe vomi.
07:20:01midkayqui est-ce que la?!
07:20:26midkay-qui est+qu'est!!
07:20:47esotericque la?
07:21:12midkayqu'est-ce que "je vomi"?
07:21:28esoterici didnt actually puke.
07:22:50midkayc'est que je sais.
07:23:45esotericya im lost
07:23:48midkaysame.
07:23:49midkay:p
07:23:54esotericwhats c'est que je sais.
07:24:08sharpec'est would be, 'it is'...
07:24:16midkayje sais = to know, so.. c'est que je sais would be something like "that's what i know"..
07:24:21esotericahhh
07:24:23scorcheit is what i know
07:24:26scorchebah you
07:24:27esoterici couldnt figure out what sais was
07:24:28midkayi'd have said "that's what i thought" but i don't know the word for that.
07:24:32midkayso i used the closest thing i knew.
07:24:51midkaygo REBOOT your PC scorche.
07:24:56scorchei am
07:25:05*midkay narrows eyes
07:25:12scorchei am!
07:25:17midkayalrighty then.
07:25:22sharpeand flip the voltage switch on the power supply while it's on, if you will... ;)
07:25:31scorcheuhhhh...
07:25:32scorcheno
07:25:34midkaysharpei!!
07:25:41sharpedamn. foiled again.
07:25:43scorchego chew through some power cables
07:25:47midkayhahaha.
07:25:54midkayuhh.. no. haha.
07:26:01*midkay will have to use that more often...
07:26:40midkaywhoa.
07:26:44midkayi just found a picture of sharpe.
07:26:46midkayhttp://members.aol.com/jumpingjacks1/551SHARPEIPUP.jpg !!!
07:27:08sharpe...
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07:27:34midkayoh, my bad, that's your brother, right. ah, here you are. http://home.texoma.net/~h2358/Hargo%20Shar-pei.jpg
07:28:15sharpeyou know, i won't be here for a week.
07:29:00midkaygoing to the vet?!
07:29:09sharpeyes. that's exactly why.
07:29:28midkayand getting groomed and neutered and washed.
07:29:37midkaygetting your worms medicine?!
07:30:16sharpesure...
07:30:26sharpeyou know, the ironic thing, my dog was at the vet today.
07:30:36midkayDOGS can have DOGS?!
07:30:38scorchehey...no slavery..
07:30:44apo*sigh*
07:30:47midkayah, puppies?
07:30:55apoYou know, this joke is already becoming old
07:31:02sharpenope, apparently a disease of the spine.
07:31:08midkaythat's why it's hilarious.
07:31:17sharpeapo: it's been going on longer than you think...
07:31:29scorcheonly since yesterday..
07:31:29midkaymature, sharpe, mature.
07:31:39sharpemidkay: ?
07:32:38midkayoh, nothing.
07:32:54sharpehey, that's what really happened.
07:33:04midkayhuh.
07:33:15sharpethe whole vet thing today.
07:33:40midkaythat's not what i meant, never mind.
07:34:11sharpe:)
07:34:28midkayjust know that, dog or not, we love you.
07:34:54sharpemakes me feel so much better.
07:35:31midkayoh, fine then. :(
07:35:43sharpe:\
07:36:03midkaywhy are YOU frowning. you just insulted ME.
07:36:22sharpei'm in a melancholic mood, that's why.
07:36:56midkaygo do some.. kernel coding or.. spinv work.
07:37:18sharpei'll do the space invaders work after you fix the cpu emulation for it. :-D
07:37:41midkaySpInv!!!
07:38:01sharpe?
07:38:10midkayyou don't know what spinv is? you CREATED it.
07:38:22sharpei just thought you were exclaiming it
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07:39:18scorchesharpe: do you have ventrilo installed?
07:39:21midkayi WAS. was that not clear? three exclamation points following nothing but the name of your emulator is a clear exclamation, and you simply asked what.
07:39:22sharpenope.
07:39:40sharpemidkay: i thought you were exclaiming something about it...
07:40:00sharpeit was more of a , "what about it" question mark.
07:40:05midkayhaha.
07:40:14*midkay spots an extra space before the comma there.
07:40:24*sharpe knows.
07:40:47midkayit's a piece of cake to bake a pretty cake.
07:40:52midkayif the way is haaaazy.
07:41:13midkayyou gotta do the cooking by the book. you know you can't be laaaazy!
07:41:22scorcheugh...
07:41:33midkaywe gotta have it made.. you know that i love cake...
07:41:37midkayfinally it's time to make a cake!
07:41:51sharpemidkay: how many times have you mentioned cake in the past twenty-four hours?
07:42:06midkayit's directly proportional to the number of times i listen to the song.
07:42:16midkaynever use a messy recipe; the cake will turn out craaazy!
07:42:36sharpeokay...
07:42:42midkayhttp://youtube.com/watch?v=sBQvVAugp8Y !!
07:42:59sharpelazy town...
07:43:09midkayso lovely.
07:43:14midkayif the way is haaaaaazy.
07:44:20midkaysharpe, you don't have a microphone by chance, do you?!@
07:44:36sharpemidkay: not within reach, no...
07:44:42midkaywhat a loser.
07:44:49sharpeyep.
07:45:20sharpei'm going to rip the audio from the video.
07:45:25sharpeand put it on my ipod.
07:45:39midkaygood job.
07:45:45sharpeyep.
07:45:49midkayjust remember that you gotta do the cooking by the book.
07:45:55midkayme and scorche want you on ventrilo with us. :(
07:45:59midkaythat's an honor!
07:46:19sharpewell, i'll be on ventrillo in a week, how about that?
07:46:40midkayit's VENTRILO, and we want you now!
07:46:49sharpewow, midkay, look at those comments to the video.
07:46:58midkayimpure thoughts?!
07:47:20sharpethere's also something about shackles there too.
07:47:36midkayhaha.
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07:49:55midkayit makes the food taste dandy but my tummy hurts all night!
07:50:06sharpealone, that statement is so wrong...
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07:50:33midkaythat didn't even occur to me until you said it, and i've got a seriously frickin' sick mind.. something's truly wrong with you, sharpe.
07:50:56sharpemidkay: what are you talking about? i'm saying it's not a proper sentence. it doesn't say what 'it' is.
07:51:07midkayoh.
07:51:12scorchelol....
07:51:13midkayi guess the sick-minded one here is indeed me.
07:51:15sharpeyou sicko.
07:51:43midkayi can live with that.
07:51:47midkayit's better than being a dog.
07:52:16midkaygo to 01:04 in the video!
07:52:22sharpewhy?
07:52:53midkayit's.... a.... something,
07:53:03sharpecookbook?
07:53:17midkayno.
07:53:22midkayand then check out 01:30.
07:53:39midkaythe cake is covered in white... frosting.
07:53:39sharpei hate you.
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07:53:48midkay:D
07:53:52esotericgnight
07:54:02sharpeg'night esoteric
07:54:02midkaynight.
07:54:11esoterichave a good fourth!
07:54:23midkayet vous, monsieur!
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07:54:42scorcheuh...to french it is the 24th
07:54:49midkayhaha.
07:54:56midkaywell. still.
07:54:59midkayhave a good.. FOURTH.
07:54:59midkay:p
07:55:14sharpehave a good fourth with or without twenty extra days.
07:55:30sharpemidkay, look at the tags for the video
07:55:47midkaythe last two.
07:55:48midkay:D
07:55:53sharpeheheh
07:57:00sharpeyeah, all of the 134 comments are... weird...
07:57:25midkayhaha.
07:57:30midkay135!!
07:57:53sharpeprobably about 95% of them...
07:58:08midkayHAHA.
07:58:08midkayhttp://doitbythebook.ytmnd.com/
07:58:31sharpelol
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08:03:04sharpewow. um. so.
08:04:17sharpehow is everyone?
08:05:50midkaysome of us are... doglike?
08:06:16sharpeit is getting pretty old...
08:06:35midkayit wasn't old yesterday? :o
08:06:58scorchehe didnt say it was old YET,,,just said that it was _getting_ old
08:07:11midkaybut.. it was't old yesterday? :o
08:07:17midkaywasn't*
08:07:32sharpeyeah. it's like, you know, dog years. hah.
08:08:13midkayhaha.
08:08:13midkayhttp://scihalf-life2.ytmnd.com/
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08:25:09sharpewell, midkay, i've the song in mp3 format now. :D
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08:32:15sharpewhy do i get stock tips via spam? :(
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08:50:24pondlifeHello, anyone want a bug fix..?
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08:50:46pondlifehttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/5632 is a little mod which fixes a crash
08:51:08pondlifeShould be safe for CVS commit
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09:40:22midkayhaha.
09:48:00sharpehehe.
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09:59:41pondlifehuhu?
09:59:49sharpeNo.
09:59:51sharpeNever.
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10:00:20pondlifeFair 'nuff
10:00:24sharpe:)
10:00:41pondlifeBut do you have CVS commit access...?
10:01:06sharpewhy do you ask? you want me to commit a patch, don't you?
10:01:11pondlifeYep
10:01:30sharpedon't have CVS access. sorry. :)
10:01:43pondlifeI never get much time before the boss comes round again, so I tend to only pop in when I have a patch ready.
10:02:17pondlifeSo I probably appear to be very impatient... but I'm not really.
10:02:28sharpeeh, doesn't bother me.
10:03:11pondlifeNah, me neither really - but I'd rather not see a fix get missed.
10:04:16sharpehmm. i can't remember the name of that one webcomic with 'nuff' in the name...
10:05:02pondlife'nuff said?
10:05:32sharpethat's what i thought, but i can't find the actual webcomic.
10:07:46sharpetruenuff.
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10:09:05sharpewell, time to find something else to occupy my time.
10:09:16pondlifeMe too.. work.
10:09:17pondlife:-(
10:09:29*pondlife works
10:09:30sharpecan't sleep for me.
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10:09:53sharpeand i'm supposed to be leaving on a trip in four hours.
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10:13:51SeuZ;)
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10:28:01muesli__could somebody paste some unicode chars pls?
10:28:30idnarあにめ
10:28:43sharpeyay rectangles!
10:29:07Sinbiosɂ߂Ȃ񂾁AAjł
10:29:14muesli__idnar which language is that? something asian?
10:29:21Sinbiosjapanese
10:29:35idnarmuesli__: yes, it's japanese hiragana
10:29:50muesli__banzai :)
10:31:40scorchegaijin...
10:32:10louo genki desu kah?
10:35:37wehnhai, genki desu!
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10:38:51louthats basically all i know :P
10:39:08Genre9mp3Woohoo! I just won an OndioSP auction on ebay! :)
10:39:19sharpefor free?! :D
10:39:33Genre9mp3nearly free! :)
10:39:40Genre9mp320 eur.
10:39:44sharpeyay!
10:40:29Genre9mp3of course I'll have to buy a MMC card as well, but it definitely worths it...
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10:47:43louisnt that ancient hardware?
10:47:59sharpewell, i believe i'm going to try to sleep. g'night everyone...
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10:48:16sharpeand i'll probably be back in a week. :D
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10:50:17Genre9mp3lou: Well, it is currently the smallest rockboxed DAP
10:50:38Genre9mp3And you can have up to 4GB with a MMC card!
10:51:15lounow you have to tell me what a 'DAP' is
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10:51:59Genre9mp3Digital Audio Player
10:52:10louduh :)
10:52:55loui dont know, judging from the pictures i am looking at at the moment the ipod nano i.e. looks smaller
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10:53:31Genre9mp3I think it's just thinner
10:54:06louhttp://images-eu.amazon.com/images/P/B0000DBJRE.03.LZZZZZZZ.jpg
10:54:09louthis one right?
10:54:35Genre9mp3yes
10:54:42amiconnThe nano is a bit more wide and high, but it's definitely thinner than the Ondio
10:55:10amiconn3 Nanos stacked are about as thick as the Ondio
10:55:21louthats what i was thinking amiconn :)
10:56:01amiconnBut the Ondio's display is physically larger, and it takes MMCs, so you can have as much capacity as you want (carrying a few MMCs)
10:56:11Genre9mp3all I wanted, was an alternative small flash player, and now I have it for just 20 eur. I didn't want to spend more on that (eg. buying a Nano)
10:56:30amiconnYeah, the nano is expensive compared to the Ondio
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10:56:38amiconn...especially compared to the Ondio SP
10:57:11louthat is true though :)
10:57:32Genre9mp3amiconn: I'm surprised that Ondio's screen is physically larger to Nano's screen
10:57:54amiconnAnd while thickness is so vastly different, weight doesn't differ that much
10:58:06amiconnOndio: 60g, Nano: 43g
10:58:32amiconnGenre9mp3: It's physically larger, but has less resolution (and is monochrome)
10:59:06Genre9mp3yes, I already now that....but I don't care about the small resolution
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10:59:36Genre9mp3I would like it to have a backlight, though...
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11:02:54MaCk-can any1 help me out plz
11:03:01MaCk-trying to install rockbox on ipod mini
11:03:27MaCk- ipod_fw -o apple_os.bin -e 0 bootpartition.binbash: ipod_fw: command not found
11:03:48linuxstbYou need to download ipod_fw.exe from the wiki page.
11:03:56linuxstb(and put it in the folder you are working in)
11:03:59MaCk-im on linux
11:04:02MaCk-ubuntu
11:04:09MaCk-and i build the ipod_fw.c
11:04:20linuxstbYou probably just need to type ./ipod_fw
11:04:28MaCk-ahh
11:04:28amiconnGenre9mp3: You could do this: http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/OndioBacklight
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11:04:51MaCk-tnxx that did the trick
11:04:53MaCk-:)
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11:06:45Genre9mp3amiconn: Will this work with the Ondio? (sorry for the big link)
11:06:48Genre9mp3http://cgi.ebay.com/4GB-ADATA-200X-MMC-PLUS-4-G-GB-MEMORY-CARD-RETAIL_W0QQitemZ220004027538QQihZ012QQcategoryZ50521QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem#ebayphotohosting
11:09:03amiconnGenre9mp3: Yes it will. That's the exact same card type I have.
11:09:24amiconnI have no idea whether it works with the retail firmware. but it definitely works with rockbox
11:09:34Genre9mp3great! :)
11:10:22louGenre9mp3, on a semi unrelated topic: if you dont like big links use http://tinyurl.com/
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11:11:13louhttp://tinyurl.com/jr4pu see? :)
11:11:36Genre9mp3cool... thanx for the tip
11:11:43louyou are welcome
11:11:48loubest thing is
11:11:55*amiconn prefers big cleartext links over tinyurl's obfuscated ones
11:12:01louyou can drop a link in your browsertaskbar
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11:12:26louclick it while you are looking on the big link and it generates a small link without copy and paste
11:12:32*pondlife wonders if the patch at http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/5632 could be committed, or at least set as Critical
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11:18:38pondlifeAnyone? It's basically a one-line fix and I have to leave soon.
11:21:18MaCk-hmm.. rockbox error: -2
11:21:23MaCk-what does this mean?
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11:23:51MaCk-rockbox.ipod was 0 kb
11:23:52MaCk-:)
11:24:52spiorfhi, i tagged with easytag all my mp3s, and now rockbox don't show me any letter with accent
11:25:08spiorfno àèéìòù at all
11:25:39spiorfthere is a solution? possibly not involving re-tagging all the files :)
11:28:19spiorfok, well, i have to set special options when tagging files?
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11:33:26PaulJamspiorf: i haven't used easytag, but there is an option to always save tags in unicode, you could try if that helps.
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11:37:40spiorfPaulJam, i have to force the utf-8?
11:40:53PaulJamif i understand it right, with the default settings it only saves as utf-8 if the tag contains characters that are not in the local codepage. but i have only had a short look at easytag, i prefer mp3tag (windows).
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11:44:10MaCk-ahmm need some help again.
11:44:22MaCk-whenever i copy files to my ipod
11:44:37MaCk-they are gone when i boot into rockbox
11:44:58PaulJamhow do you copy them?
11:45:17MaCk-ahm just drag and drop?
11:45:22MaCk-with ubuntu file manager
11:45:59PaulJamdo you use tagcache or the filebrowser in rockbox?
11:46:25MaCk-no tagcache
11:46:41MaCk-im just trying this out for the first time
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11:48:28PaulJamafaik tagcache updates only automatically if it is kept in ram. it is still a very new feature and some functionality is missing.
11:49:01MaCk-what is tagcache?
11:49:36PaulJamoh, sorry, i misunderstood your answer, i thought you are using tagcache.
11:49:45MaCk-oh wait i found out that if i remove the writing rights
11:49:52MaCk-it does appear in rockboot
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11:50:18MaCk-codec failure
11:50:22MaCk-lol a new problem
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11:51:18tucozBagder, wikispam.
11:51:58PaulJamthere is spam in the forums too, unless someone ported rockbox to rolex watches.
11:52:03tucozhehe
11:55:02tucozGuess Paul_The_Nerd will handle the forum spam
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12:04:34tucozZagor, is it possible to get a more secure verification when registering in the wiki?
12:04:58tucozsomething like those images with a code that is getting more and more common these days
12:05:01Bagdertucoz: Linus is working on that
12:05:07Zagorthese are not bots, the spammers are humans
12:05:17tucozoh
12:05:44tucozthe last weeks spamming has been very annoying
12:05:49preglowwe'll just have to start killing all humans, then
12:05:49Zagorindeed
12:07:38peturtucoz: a forum I admin also uses those images but the human spammers still get in and wast my time...
12:08:05tucozok, I thought it was mainly scripts
12:08:24*petur notices Zagor already said something like that and shuts up
12:09:22tucozin any case, _if_ the spammers acounts get deleted in a short time after they sign up, they _should_ understand that there is no point in trying to spam the rockbox wiki
12:10:01Zagortucoz: these people are quite persistent. and, more importantly, not few
12:10:02peturyou'd be surprised how many idiots there are in this world
12:10:08peturheh
12:10:21ZagorI got an offer for $1000/month to keep one of the pages
12:10:28*petur blames the heat for being slow
12:10:51scorcheha...i thought it was 500
12:10:53tucozthats insane. So spamming can be quite rewarding in terms of money (not popularity ;-))
12:10:56linuxstbHow many genuine new wiki users do we get? (e.g. in a week)
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12:11:50Zagorlinuxstb: i'd say 10-20
12:11:52peturmaybe we should remove all those that register but don't change a single page
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12:23:54MaCk-how can i restore the original bootloader??
12:24:17MaCk-it doesnt say on the IpodInstallationFromLinux page
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12:26:44linuxstbJust write bootpartition.bin back to your ipod - dd if=bootpartition.bin of=/dev/sda (assuming your ipod is /dev/sda)
12:27:10linuxstbSTOP!!!
12:27:14linuxstbI meant /dev/sda1 :)
12:28:02preglowhahahah
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12:31:56Jungti1234What is Example 1, 2 in ID3 database?
12:35:08spiorfJungti1234, you can edit tagnavi.conf
12:35:19spiorfand make custom index
12:35:59Jungti1234custom....
12:36:50Jungti1234ah
12:36:53Jungti1234I see, thanks
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12:49:17MaCk-:)
12:49:25MaCk-i fixed it with apple updater software
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13:16:43Lohhhhhhhhhhhhh
13:16:45LHelloooooo
13:17:09peturhi there 'shortest nick competition winner'
13:17:43Genre9mp3haha
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13:20:12louthere is a competition going on about that?
13:20:44peturtoo late, there's a winner
13:20:48LOh man
13:20:49LI rock!
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13:21:57Lhey that's plain cheating
13:22:27petur:p
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13:28:39Lwould a guy who just started learning C be able to help with rockbox?
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13:29:12ZagorL: that depends how much more learning you want to do :-)
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13:31:03peturMmmm: do the archos players have remotes?
13:31:08Zagoryes
13:32:04Mmmmpetur: I don't know! Most of the code in that patch is executed by all players and it automatically displays on all available screens
13:32:18Bagderthe archos ones have no lcd though
13:32:25Mmmmthats how the "new" display gui stuff works!
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13:33:54peturMmmm: then you should try to rewrite the code that it doesn't produce more code if there's only one screen (compared to the previous implementation)
13:34:43Mmmmhmmm: I could do that but then that would have to use the old display code ie lcd_putsxy etc
13:35:11Mmmmand I dont think that's on at all! :D maybe there is another way?
13:35:24peturamiconn will be pleased to hear you filled up the flash ;)
13:35:46peturit does build without your changes, does it?
13:35:52MmmmHeh heh...something I've always wanted to do!
13:35:59Mmmmit does build without yes
13:36:13Mmmmit's not that much extra code...I'm surprised!
13:36:36peturin theory, you only need one byte ;)
13:36:54Mmmmreally? ahh..that would do it then :D
13:37:10peturif it was full before of course...
13:37:21MmmmI reckon it must be close..
13:37:33MmmmDoes that mean everyone is about to run into this problem?
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13:42:16Jungti1234Has Samsung ever made only-audio chipset?
13:42:36Bagderwhat is "only-audio chipset" to you?
13:43:05Jungti1234Chip for music playing
13:43:09*amiconn wonders what Mmmm and petur are talking about
13:43:23*Mmmm runs and hides ;)
13:43:24Jungti1234Only chip for music playing
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13:43:36BagderJungti1234: they do lots of chips for music playing
13:43:51Bagderare you referring to a DAC?
13:43:59Jungti1234I mean it's CPU.
13:44:20Bagdersamsung makes lots of CPUs used in music players
13:44:21Jungti1234chip = CPU
13:44:26Mmmmamiconn: I appear to have filled the flash on the Archos FM Recorder and the Archos Recorder V2 with a smallish patch!
13:44:34amiconnhuh?
13:44:36Jungti1234no, ONLY music playing
13:44:41Jungti1234Bagder.
13:44:45Bagderso what is "only" music playing?
13:44:45*amiconn is going to check sth
13:45:04Jungti1234That don't support multimedia.
13:45:09Jungti1234only music playing
13:45:20Mmmmamiconn: well... i get this error when i try to compile anyway: http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php?topic=5059.msg39381#msg39381
13:45:28Bagderthat's a weird question
13:45:31Bagdera CPU runs whatever
13:45:58BagderCPUs aren't limiting video or not
13:46:01Jungti1234oops nose blood wait
13:46:06dongsdid I mention about reset-settings-on-hold-down problem?
13:46:23dongsi mean, i take ipod out of case, plug it into charger, boom.
13:46:26dongsfucking settings reset
13:46:29dongswhy? because i had hold on
13:46:38dongswhy the hell should I check if hold was on or off
13:46:42dongsbefore charging it
13:46:50scorchedongs: we talked about this before...
13:46:55dongscan that be moved to some less annoying combination of keys?
13:47:12dongsscorche: since nothing was done about it, im back to discuss it
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13:47:27Jungti1234Bagder: thanks
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13:48:15scorchedongs: nothing was done about it because there is nothing _to_ do
13:48:29dongswtf.
13:48:39dongsclearly, moving it to a different combination that is acutally HARD TO PUSH would be a MUCH BETTER IDEA
13:48:55scorchelike i said before...you are welcome to make a patch for yourself or others like you, but there is no reason to change something just because you wish it
13:49:22dongsuh
13:49:28dongsthis problem affects ALL IPOD USERS.
13:49:30dongsnot just ME.
13:49:41dongsthe combination was a poor design choice.
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13:50:17amiconnImho it's odd that the ipod boots when hold is on in the first place
13:50:19scorcheeverything else was as well it seems..
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13:54:34scorcheamiconn: yes, it is >_>...it seems like if you are to have a hold button...one of the benefits of it would be to prevent it from powering on and using up battery while you are not using it
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13:54:56Mmmmamiconn: What do you think about this full flash business? is that what that error means?
13:54:57dongsit shouldnt fucking BOOT at all during hold and just charge.
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13:55:12dongswhich would be fine with me
13:55:16dongsregardless, that combo needs to go
13:55:31dongsthere are liek 5 other buttons to hold
13:55:33dongswhile loading
13:55:36dongsthat can do reset
13:55:47dongsand they're impossible to accidentally press long enough to matter.
13:55:48scorchethen write a patch to get rid of it yourself if you are so anxious to have it
13:57:13Jungti1234sorry Bagder
13:57:24Jungti1234Can you explain much more to me?
13:57:35Jungti1234about CPU....
13:58:13BagderI don't know if I can
13:58:20Bagdera CPU runs code
13:58:39Bagderif it can control a display, the code can then affect what is shown
13:58:46Jungti1234what's mean 'runs'?
13:58:46Jungti1234'works'?
13:59:04Bagderruns means executes
13:59:11ZagorJungti1234: the pentium in your pc is a CPU. it can run any program. it's the same with the CPU in an mp3 player.
13:59:11Jungti1234ok
13:59:34Jungti1234but
13:59:54Jungti1234If CPU is bad, it's program that don't support.
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14:00:37BagderJungti1234: if the CPU isn't fast enough, there are certain tasks that will be hard to do
14:01:54amiconnMmmm: It means that your "small" patch somehow manages to increase code+rodata+initialized_data size by more than 12.5KB (!!)
14:02:08Jungti1234Bagder, Zagor: end?
14:02:16Bagderend?
14:02:23Jungti1234the end?
14:02:28Bagderof what?
14:02:37Jungti1234explanation
14:02:41peturwow.... 12.5KB
14:02:47amiconnRead: this is almost 6% of the total code size on recorder fm/v2
14:02:50Mmmmami:WOW!!!
14:03:13Mmmmamiconn: I mean! :0
14:03:21BagderJungti1234: well there's no point in continuing unless you have anything else to ask
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14:04:06amiconnMmmm: What's the size of rockbox.bin with your patch?
14:04:13amiconn(for recorder fm)
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14:04:21Jungti1234Bagder: ok, Does CPU for music playing exist only?
14:04:28BagderJungti1234: no
14:05:10Mmmmamiconn: hang on a sec...I'll have to recompile to find out....
14:05:17peturJungti1234: a 'cpu' can be used for only playing music, but it can do much more
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14:06:03peturjust like a cpu can be used for anything else
14:07:11S0apJungti1234 - a CPU may exist which is optimized for the type of math used to play a particular codec, but that doesn't mean it can't do other things. Addition is addition, division is division.
14:07:38Mmmmamiconn: 232.6 KB
14:07:55Jungti1234um..
14:08:48Jungti1234So, CPU is that isn't exist for music playing only?
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14:09:23Mmmmamiconn: my patch only changes keyboard.c and it increases its size by 8.1 KB
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14:09:49amiconnfmrecorder rockbox.bin is ~216KB (220596 bytes), more or less a few bytes
14:10:11amiconnMmmm: Oh, what sh-elf-gcc do you use?
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14:10:31Mmmm3.3.6
14:10:33Bagderaha
14:10:44*Bagder points finger
14:10:44S0apJungti1234 - A CPU might be designed and sold as a music decoding chip - but there is no reason it couldn't be used for other things (maybe poorly).
14:10:46amiconnUpgrade to 4.0.3 rockbox-patched
14:11:00*Mmmm hangs his head in shame
14:11:04amiconnThen rockbox will be compiled with -Os for SH1
14:12:01amiconnMmmm: The 8.1KB difference is comparing cvs rockbox and patched rockbox compiled with the same gcc (3.3.6)?
14:12:19Mmmmno, source files
14:13:08amiconnah
14:13:20amiconnSource file size doesn't tell much
14:13:27Mmmmoh, ok :)
14:13:58Mmmmbecause of the #if post processing stuff?
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14:14:34*amiconn points Mmmm to http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/CrossCompiler#SH_based_Archos_Archos
14:14:52MmmmCheers amiconn....
14:16:13Bagderand rockboxdev.sh builds it quick and easy for you! ;-)
14:17:09linuxstbamiconn: Why do you think that it's odd that ipods turn on when the hold switch is on? I think it's only when the user inserts power - afaik the hold button disables the keys.
14:18:07amiconnBagder: Does that work on cygwin, btw?
14:18:17dongsuh huh
14:18:22BagderI don't know but I guess it should
14:18:26dongslinuxstb: the PROBLEM is hold on during boot = erased settings.
14:18:39amiconnlinuxstb: Perhaps it should turn on when plugging power even when hold is on - but then it should power down again when pulling it
14:19:52dongshy
14:19:58linuxstbdongs: a) It's not a problem for me; b) Rockbox is a work-in-progress for the ipods; c) feel free to offer a patch instead of moaning - it will be harder than you think.
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14:20:13linuxstbamiconn: In the bootloader?
14:20:17dongslinuxstb: gee, checking of any other key is on during boot to reset settings is hard?
14:20:22linuxstbdongs: Yes.
14:20:25dongshow so
14:20:28dongsenlighten me
14:20:47linuxstbThe button driver doesnt' detect keypresses made before Rockbox starts. Otherwise I would have obviously implemented that.
14:21:00dongsuh and hold is different how?
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14:21:08linuxstbIt's attached to a GPIO pin.
14:21:13dongsi see.
14:21:34dongsthat makes more sense
14:21:39dongsbut still doesnt make it any less annoying.
14:22:47linuxstbI agree it shouldn't be there when Rockbox is officially released for the ipods - hopefully we'll have a better understanding of the hardware by then.
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14:23:28dongsnice.
14:23:42dongsat least theres some promise.
14:23:45Jungti1234ok
14:23:58dongsJungti1234: do you pick your nose?
14:24:04Jungti1234petur, s0ap, Bagder, Zagor thanks
14:24:19Jungti1234dongs: what's mean?
14:24:42dongsJungti1234: you had a nosebleed earlier
14:24:49dongsthey're usually caused by blood presure or picking nose
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14:26:48Jungti1234My nose is weak.
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14:27:29pondlifepetur: around?
14:27:41peturplons
14:28:03pondlifeJust looking at a commit you did a couple of days ago..
14:28:20pondlifeI think it might stop party mode working?
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14:28:41pondlifeHave a look at http://www.rockbox.org/viewcvs.cgi/apps/tree.c.diff?r1=1.409&r2=1.410
14:29:18pondlifeIt looks like audio_stop will now be called, even in party mode.
14:29:25peturouch
14:29:32peturyou're right
14:29:46pondlifeYou may want to commit my tree.c patch before fixing... ;-)
14:30:14peturno time until tonight :/
14:30:18pondlifeNo rush
14:30:32pondlifeJust as long as someone remembers
14:31:29peturgood spotting, I overlooked that obvious bug
14:34:03*pondlife has to eat something, and soon.
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14:51:00MmmmBagder: wow, rockboxdev.sh really does make life easy doen't it? thanks for that! :)
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15:01:23preglowlinuxstb: what, hold doesn't physically deactivate buttons on all ipods?
15:05:44linuxstbpreglow: Yes, it does - it's the power which turns on ipods when the hold switch is on.
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15:23:43Mmmmwoo hoo... My patch doesn't break the Archos recorders anymore..... Thanks Amiconn - and Bagder for the ease of rockboxdev.sh
15:24:01*Mmmm loves his new sparkly sh-elf cross-compiler
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15:25:13linuxstbMmmm: Don't forget to test your patches with the Player... :)
15:25:26Lroar
15:25:46MmmmI've tested them all this time linuxstb (after seeing your commit ;) )
15:26:10peturL = Lion?
15:26:19MmmmHeh heh...
15:26:52Lnooooo
15:26:56LL just means... L
15:27:14petur[15:25] <L> roar
15:28:05*Zagor is testing the new wiki version. Don't panic.
15:28:53MmmmPetur, your clock's wrong! it was at 1527!
15:29:46PaulJamfor me it was 15:25 too.
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15:30:36markun15:25 here
15:30:42S0apnow?
15:31:05markunS0ap: no, the 'roar' message
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15:31:30PaulJamaccording to this site my clock is only off by a few seconds: http://www.weltzeituhr.com/cgi-local/atomuhr.cgi
15:31:33Genre9mp3roared at 16:25 here...
15:32:24peturwow, my clock is off by only 1 second
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15:41:19MmmmI'd better wind my clock up...
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15:53:54earHertz_somebody remind me how I put an entirely new file in a patch?
15:55:02peturjust zip the file with the patch and upload
15:55:37MmmmI think he means how to create a new file in the source and then include it in a patch
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15:58:08linuxstbearHertz_: diff -u /dev/null apps/new/file.c >> mypatch.diff
15:58:27linuxstb(I think....)
15:59:15earHertz_linuxstb: thanks
15:59:33earHertz_linuxstb: you seen my memcpy thread?
15:59:59SlasheriearHertz_: diff -Nu
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16:00:32earHertz_Slasheri: thanks
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16:01:04TheDWhat happened to the wiki?
16:02:23JdGordonhey all
16:02:36MmmmTheD: 14.29 * Zagor is testing the new wiki version. Don't panic. (yes i know my clocks still wrong :D )
16:02:44preglowoooh, flashy
16:03:05TheDohh...
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16:23:54JdGordondid anyone see my directory walker patch on flyspray?
16:27:40peturyou lost it?
16:28:21peturwhere did you see it last time, I'd suggest you start searching there ;)
16:28:55JdGordon:p no, im wondering if anyone looked at it..
16:29:31JdGordonsome feedback would be nice...
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16:36:08earHertzJdGordon: what's it do?
16:37:04JdGordonit just replaces some reused code in playlist.c with a proper directory walker
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16:37:30JdGordoni.e function goes through every file/folder under a start directory
16:37:33earHertzJdGordon: and teh advantage is?
16:37:44JdGordonless code reuse
16:38:05JdGordonalso the version i did was iterative not recursive like the current functions, which should be faster/better on memory
16:38:35earHertzJdGordon: code reuse is a good tjhiong.
16:38:55JdGordonhttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/5623
16:39:01earHertzbut yes, iterative is probbaly easier on teh mmeory, if longer in the code
16:39:14JdGordonnot code reuse.. i mean redoing code.. oposite of code reuse
16:39:19*JdGordon is half asleep
16:39:32earHertzmy feedback: collect some metrics
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16:40:05JdGordonwellt thats where it falls apart.. i was expecting a smaller exe but it went up by 200 bytes on the h300
16:40:21JdGordoni havnt done speed testing coz i dont know the best way to do it
16:41:39earHertzJdGordon: iterative tends to result in bigger code. 200 bytes is negligable unless you're up against a wall in teh h300?
16:43:10earHertzJdGordon: speed testing is easy. call teh old function and your new one 100 times each, take timings. I can show you an example
16:43:18Rob2222_Is it possible to put a special FM radio (1-150MHz) like already done in the patchtracker in a plugin?
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16:43:42earHertzRob2222: doubtful.
16:44:27Rob2222Hmm, I like this feature but I dont think that this will made it into rockbox anywhen ...
16:44:59earHertzRob2222: fix it until it does get in
16:45:47Rob2222Well, I dont know if its legal to be able to hear 1-150MHz... Is it?
16:46:00earHertzJdGordon: this would keep me from yusing your patch: im not 100% sure why, but get_next_directory doesnt work exactly as it used to now, but that can be figured out later.
16:47:21JdGordonye, something is odd there..
16:47:29JdGordonit _should_ work.. but doesnt :p
16:47:56JdGordonfile size is 80bytes more on the recorder
16:49:48JdGordonno, 40bytes more, which is nothing
16:51:00JdGordon12.50am, time for bed, any other comments are welcome
16:51:01JdGordoncya
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16:51:24Rob2222sleep well
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16:56:09webguest15Rob2222, it is legal to listen to vhf and hf frequencies, even uhf, what is illegal is Transmitting on restricted/reserved frequencies
16:57:21webguest15you have to obtain a radio license from the respective authorities should you wish to transmit on reserved frequencies
16:59:22PaulJami think for some frequencies it is illegal to listen to them, for example police radio.
16:59:54peturmust depend on the country I think
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17:00:09webguest15depends on country
17:00:16Rob2222hmm
17:00:18Rob2222:(
17:01:03Rob2222I would love to have this feature in RB without to be needed to compile every version for myself
17:01:06webguest15essentail services are moving to scambled radio RX/TX anyway, to many loonies interfering
17:02:04Rob2222lol, but not the police in germany. :p no money for scrambeld
17:02:42Rob2222You can hear it with iriver FW ...
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17:03:19Rob2222but i would like to here the german-CB-funk at 27MHZ, the band where everyone can tanrsmit without license here
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17:04:33webguest15hmm, the cb fad in my country dissapeard very quickly, not enough err "substance" to the conversations
17:06:02Rob2222So could this radio come into RB, or is it a problem with some countries?
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17:06:54Rob2222Theoretically it should possible because its full legal in some countries, or?
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17:10:26PaulJamI'm no lawyer, but i believe it only has to be legal in the country where the rockbox software is hosted. but the usage of rockbox (or at least of this feature) would then be illegal in countries that don't allow it.
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17:11:04S0apI can believe the software radio allows you to tune that low, but does it allow you to set the channel spacing? Are there no hard filters?
17:11:19Rob2222http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/5448
17:11:22amiconnPaulJam: I think that it would be very difficult to track usage.
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17:11:43amiconnAfaik the irive3r firmware allows you to select between european and japanese frequency range,
17:11:53Rob22228192 Hz
17:11:56amiconnbut what would stop a user to select the japanese range in europe?
17:12:12Rob2222amiconn: You got it. :D
17:12:18Rob2222 Nothing ;)
17:12:41PaulJamamiconn: but the eu version does only include the european range.
17:13:05Rob2222OK, can you make a jpanese RB version for FM tuner? :D
17:13:13Rob2222or Northpole version
17:13:15Rob2222:)
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17:14:05PaulJamone could propably provide a plugin seperately with a disclaimer that the usage might be illegal in your country.
17:14:30Rob2222that would be nice. cause of that i asked if a plugin cann access the fm tuner fully
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17:16:18PaulJamwhen i think of it, maybe rockbox is already illegal in france, because it has no volume cap.
17:17:35DarkJesusNever thought of that
17:17:55amiconnPaulJam: True, but nothing will stop an european user to install the japanese version
17:18:13amiconnAfaik the only difference (apart from the tuner thing) is the ability to show certain tags
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17:18:46Rob2222i think in iriver fb jp/kr version has a any different font. at least it looked so.
17:18:56amiconnAll iriver firmwares have english menus (which is a really strange thing imho)
17:19:05Rob2222but well, i compared 1.25 eu to 1.29 kr/jp i think
17:19:48*amiconn would expect an european version to allow choosing between several european languages, and a japanese/korean version to show the menus in japanese/korean
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17:20:13PaulJamthe 1.29kr has korean (or something like that) in the menu until you change the language to english.
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17:21:13Genre9mp3amiconn: Well, many foreign speakers prefer english menus
17:21:58|apo|Yup
17:22:00*|apo| does
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17:22:11amiconnGenre9mp3: I don't say there shouldn't be english menus, but I would expect an eutopean version to offer more than english
17:22:12apo`Meh, nick taken
17:23:01amiconnAfaik, England is part of Europe ;)
17:24:04Genre9mp3Doesn't the european version of original fw offer other languages as well?
17:24:36amiconnYou can select languages, but I don't know what this setting actually does
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17:24:48amiconnThe menus are always english regardless of the setting
17:25:10Genre9mp3well, me either don't know...and in fact, who cares? :)
17:25:26Rob2222Afaik the codepages in ID3 Tags, will be select. can it be?
17:26:27PaulJami thought the language setting is for the codepage used in the text viewer
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17:30:28S0apanyone familliar enough with batch image conversion in irfanview to be willing to PM me for a second? I'm not sure I have it set up right for traversing subdirectories.
17:30:54S0apfor it does great finding all my folder.jpgs, but it wants to save them all to one directory.
17:31:20Genre9mp3Funny quote on MR about Rockbox: "i just dont like anymore, i got mad bored from it
17:31:21Genre9mp3plus whats the point of having it look like an ipod if you bought an iriver"
17:31:44Genre9mp3I wonder if he/she ever tried first...
17:32:09Rob2222what he means? ipod theme?
17:32:28Genre9mp3I can't figure out...
17:32:55Rob2222I love my H340 ... but the player of my dreams would be the H340 as flat and with the display of the ipod video :D
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17:33:22Genre9mp3But other than one (ok maybe two) iPod clones wps... how the hell it made his iriver look like an iPod?
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17:34:18PaulJamS0ap: you need to check the "create subfolders in destination directory" box and select the drive where the images are as output directory.
17:34:41Rob2222The idea to make the iriver look like an ipod has something ... "uh, a ipod? ... No, just camouflage, THIS player is much better than an ipod ;)"
17:37:49*linuxstb can't spot "make it look like an ipod" on the Why Choose Rockbox page...
17:38:20Rob2222"on the why choose rb" ... lol
17:39:00PaulJammaybe he meant, that rockbox on an h300 looks like rockbox on an ipod photo.
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19:40:50AMAnyone feel like helping this rockbox-patching newbie? What do I have to do to call custom functions in new (non-CVS) source files? I've #included the corresponding header file in the file (tagtree.c) I'm calling the new function from but when running make it says there's an "undefined reference" to this function?
19:40:55AMWhat else do I have to do?
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19:48:48amiconnAM: 'undefined reference means that the linker can't resolve the symbol. Is your new source file actually built at all?
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19:57:57peturAM: include it in the SOURCES and FILES files ?
19:59:17peturbbl
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20:00:59AMnope, haven't done that. do I just add the filename to a new line in the SOURCES and FILES?
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20:01:25amiconnFILES isn't important for the build process, only SOURCES is
20:01:47amiconnFILES just defines what's included in the (daily) tarballs
20:03:27AMand there we go! success! thank you
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21:11:39theprodukkthi
21:11:53theprodukktim totally new 2 rockbox
21:12:00theprodukktbut i already love it
21:12:14theprodukktmy problem is that i dont have a mp3 player ...
21:12:26theprodukkti want to buy one
21:12:33theprodukktbut dont know which 2 chose
21:12:36theprodukktmight u help me?
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21:12:56PaulJamwhat features are important for you?
21:13:22theprodukktim that kind of guy who just wants everything
21:13:59theprodukktbut the most important are (the not supported usb on the go function) much space, nice handling of many files
21:14:07gaarieDo you serve any files on here that aren't on the website?
21:14:20S0aplike porn?
21:14:25gaariell, nope
21:14:27gaarielol
21:14:47linuxstbgaarie: No.
21:15:02gaarietx. I like rockbox on the 4th gen better than linux
21:15:25gaarietis sweet, you guys did an awesome job
21:15:37theprodukktthink so too
21:15:41linuxstbtheprodukkt: Well, do you want FM radio, colour LCD, video playback, optical input/output, recording features, etc etc? Nothing has everything...
21:15:42theprodukkthow many hours work ;)?
21:16:18theprodukkti actually think of the iaudio x5l or the iriver h340
21:16:39PaulJamtheprodukkt: iriver h300 and iaudio X5 support usb on the go, i think ipod video and photo support it too with additional hardware.
21:17:02theprodukktthats what i dont like at the apple stuff
21:17:12theprodukktthe additional (not realy cheap) hardware
21:17:22gaarieright thanks guys for the hard work
21:17:25theprodukktbut i love the wheel
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21:18:19theprodukktwhich player (apple cowon iriver) supports the rockbox most?
21:18:33theprodukktand on which platform is the future of rockbox
21:18:49linuxstbThe iriver ports are the oldest, and are about to get a first official release. The iaudio and ipod ports are less developed.
21:18:56PaulJamat the moment rockbox runs best on the archos and iriver devices
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21:19:21christia1just a test sorry :>
21:19:23theprodukkti think this will not change in the next months...
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21:19:31linuxstbIMO, no platform jumps out as being the future of Rockbox - all of the newly supported players have more or less the same capabiities.
21:19:36theprodukktso thanks, u helped me to choose :)
21:20:12theprodukktnow ive some additional questions
21:20:23theprodukktis the rockbox based on linux?
21:20:33linuxstbNo, it's written from scratch.
21:20:42theprodukktholy shit
21:20:45theprodukktrealy nice work!
21:21:33theprodukktive seen some plugins work on some platforms but not on all
21:21:52theprodukktwhats the metter for that ?
21:22:44linuxstbMost plugins work everywhere. If they don't then it could be that they just haven't been ported yet, or there is a hardware reason why they aren't ported.
21:22:55linuxstb"ported" means adapting for the LCD and buttons.
21:23:23theprodukktso the basic commands are the same on each platform?
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21:23:47theprodukktlike different librarys for each player with the same commands/functions?
21:25:48theprodukkt^^ ?
21:25:53linuxstbI'm not sure what you mean...
21:26:26linuxstbBut I think the answer is yes.
21:26:38theprodukkti think so too :)
21:26:57linuxstbAlmost all the high-level code is shared across all the players. It's mainly just the low-level drivers which differ.
21:27:18theprodukktu understood me
21:27:26theprodukkt(although my bad english xD)
21:27:27linuxstbApart from the Archos players - they have a hardware MP3 decoder, so the playback engine is different to the other players which decode the audio using the CPU.
21:28:08linuxstbBut most of the code is still shared with the Archos devices and everything else.
21:28:10theprodukktwould it be hard to write a driver for a USB keyboard / a text editor which uses that keyboard?
21:28:29linuxstbSorry, got to go....
21:28:37theprodukkt:(
21:28:48theprodukkthope ill see you
21:29:10theprodukktbye dave
21:31:09preglowyes, it'll be pretty hard
21:31:17preglowyou need a driver for the interface, plus we don't have an usb stack left
21:31:21preglowthen we'd need the keyboard specific code
21:31:29preglowwe already have a text editor
21:31:39preglows/left/yet/
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21:40:42theprodukktisnt rockbox able to use the usb port for the usual file transfer?
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21:43:24PaulJamtheprodukkt: afaik on the ipods rockbox starts the apple firmware for usb transfers and the other players do the usb transfers in harware.
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21:44:35thprdkkt|awayoh, thought it would be able 2 use the usb connectors
21:45:34thprdkkt|awayalready had plans for glows which can be used as keyboard for writing stuff in the train :)
21:46:04thprdkkt|awaywhy didnt u use linux as base for this project?
21:46:28preglowbecause we think using linux is overkill
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21:47:11thprdkkt|awaymaybe your right
21:47:14PaulJami think it is possible to use the usb on the go port for things like keyboards (but someone needs to write the driver9
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21:47:47S0apa multiuser multitasking network OS is overkill for a DAP?
21:48:35thprdkkt|awayim new to os programming, but thought it was easier to just edit linux for specific needs like this
21:48:46preglow"edit" ?
21:48:52preglowwe'd still need to write tons of new stuff
21:48:54thprdkkt|awaydont know the word
21:49:17thprdkkt|awayi thought its overkill to code a new os
21:49:34preglowwhen you look at how small our kernel is, you'll see why
21:49:38preglowit's a fraction of the size oflinux
21:49:43preglowwhich also probably makes it tons faster
21:49:56thprdkkt|awaywhere can i start in the cvs to understand the base functions of an os
21:50:04preglowfirmware/ directory
21:50:22PaulJamthprdkkt|away: i don't think the first rockbox targets would have been able to run linux.
21:50:29preglowthey probably would
21:50:37preglowbut i seriously doubt performance would be good
21:51:06PaulJamthats what i meant.
21:51:25thprdkkt|away^^ 1 hour boot ;)
21:51:36thprdkkt|awaymaybe your right
21:51:39preglowthat too
21:51:44preglowjust look at how dog-slow ipodlinux boots
21:51:44thprdkkt|awaymeans: youre surely right
21:52:21thprdkkt|awaythe "Customizable ID3 Tag Database"
21:52:34thprdkkt|awayis it equal to the track choosing system from iopd?
21:52:40thprdkkt|awayipod
21:52:50preglowyea
21:53:38thprdkkt|awayjust missing the wheel :(
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21:54:30Mult|PaSsHey guys
21:54:57thprdkkt|awayby the way, i think it would be good (for popularity) if you would show more screenshots from the differents functions of rockbox
21:55:16dionoeahi
21:55:21thprdkkt|away(i say this because i dont realy have an imagination how it looks)
21:55:25Mult|PaSsJust installed rockbox on G4 grey Ipod. All works great. I'm charging my ipod using firewire with adapter. But when I hold play pressed it only Reboots, not full shutdown!
21:56:50Mult|PaSsI have to go to orginal firmware, and shut it down there! Then its off and i see the battery loading
21:57:19thprdkkt|awayim now in the firmware directory, which file is the "heart" / mainfile of rockbox
21:57:24thprdkkt|awaywhere should i start reading
21:57:36*thprdkkt|away is now realy away for 2 min,... eating
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21:58:41oboMult|PaSs: try unplugging the firewire before shutting down?
21:59:08Mult|PaSslet me try. So is it a 'bug' that needs to be fixed?
21:59:22*thprdkkt|away is back
21:59:31oboAFAIK rockbox doesn't detect firewire connections properly
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22:02:11Mult|PaSsanyhow.. its nice .. I dont get why ipod sells that much? The basic 'filesystem' = horror
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22:05:30Mult|PaSsMM
22:05:55Mult|PaSsWhen I shut it down in rockbox. And connect the power it boots automaticly!
22:06:27theprodukkti ask again because im not sure if you got that question: from which FILE should i start to get to know the rockbox source (im in the firmware dir)
22:06:33theprodukktwhich is the file first loaded
22:07:12MmmmAm I correct in thinking that targets without HAVE_LCD_BITMAP defined dont need to have lcd_update() called...ever?
22:07:30dionoealcd_update needs to be called on all the targets
22:07:55theprodukktperformance ;)?
22:08:03dionoeaor lcd_update_rect if you only want to refresh part of the lcd
22:08:14Mmmmso why isnt update defined in struct screens for targets without HAVE_LCD_BITMAP defined?
22:08:35Mmmm(in screen_access.c)
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22:08:47*dionoea doesn't know
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22:09:00dionoeayou should ask one of the core developers :)
22:09:19Mmmmany core devs listening? :)
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22:10:35thprdkkt|noob#ifdef IAUDIO_X5
22:10:35thprdkkt|noob(void)rc_on_button;
22:10:35thprdkkt|noob(void)on_button;
22:10:35DBUGEnqueued KICK thprdkkt|noob
22:10:35thprdkkt|noob(void)data;
22:10:44thprdkkt|noob^^ what do the 3 lines (void) do?
22:10:52dionoeaprevent compiler warnings
22:10:54dionoeai think
22:11:00thprdkkt|noob(youre allowed 2 explain me c++ :)
22:11:14Mmmmamiconn: does the Archos player ever need lcd_update() to be called?
22:11:18dionoeaelse it would complained about unused vars
22:11:39dionoeaMmmm: oh, i read *without* ... ok
22:11:43amiconnMmmm: Not the target. It doesn't even have that function.
22:11:50amiconnThe player sim does, however
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22:12:11dionoeaerr *with*
22:12:26thprdkkt|noobis the bootloader already part of rockbox?
22:12:52thprdkkt|noob. / does rockbox use parts from the bootloader dir?
22:13:30thprdkkt|noobhm, maybe i should start reading the readme!
22:13:51linuxstb_thprdkkt|noob: The low-level Rockbox code is in firmware/. The bootloader (in bootloader/) and Rockbox itself (the code in apps/) both use the code in firmware/
22:13:54Mmmmamiconn: ok so I can just completely get rid of it? (I'm changing to screens[i] gui) or will that muck up the simulator in a #ifndef HAVE_LCD_BITMAP
22:14:18thprdkkt|noobthx
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22:14:40linuxstb_thprdkkt|noob: The first code is in firmware/crt0.S, which then calls main() in apps/main.c
22:15:18thprdkkt|noobi dont like the cross site (file) scripting :(
22:15:24Mmmmamiconn: I suppose there is one foolproof way to find out eh? :D
22:15:28thprdkkt|noobalways jump from one file to the next :/
22:16:20thprdkkt|noobjeah, assembler
22:16:22thprdkkt|noob...
22:16:27thprdkkt|noobnow ill ask for some commands xD
22:16:37thprdkkt|noobsome? a lot!
22:17:08CtcpIgnored 1 channel CTCP requests in 0 seconds at the last flood
22:17:08*thprdkkt|noob asks himself how old the devs are...
22:17:30*thprdkkt|noob and how long they are coding
22:18:00*thprdkkt|noob also would like to know if coding is the right expression...
22:18:25thprdkkt|noobwow, ^^ an interrested teen^^
22:19:26midkaysurprising indeed!
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22:21:13thprdkkt|noobif i bother you just say somethink or kick me or something like that, but please dont be that silent
22:21:48midkayhuh? people are busy..
22:22:03midkayget used to silence, this isn't always an active channel.
22:22:19thprdkkt|noob^^ :'(
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22:22:31thprdkkt|noobim a maniac ...
22:22:41*linuxstb_ notes that there's a World Cup semi-final being played as well...
22:22:52*thprdkkt|noob knows
22:23:02*thprdkkt|noob hopes germany will win
22:23:09_FireFly_moep
22:23:15*dionoea hopes the loose :)
22:23:20thprdkkt|noob^^
22:23:27thprdkkt|noobschneider
22:23:30thprdkkt|noobballack
22:23:32thprdkkt|noobpodolski
22:23:38thprdkkt|noobnooooooo
22:23:52*thprdkkt|noob is german
22:23:56*dionoea is french
22:24:23*_FireFly_ is a fly on fire ;)
22:24:28*thprdkkt|noob thinks dionoea has poor of playing against germany in the final
22:24:30dionoea:)
22:24:48dionoeathprdkkt|noob: well ... it's in germany ... not italy :)
22:24:58thprdkkt|noob?
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22:25:22thprdkkt|noobwhat do u mean
22:25:26thprdkkt|noobnoo
22:25:28dionoeait's easier to play when 99% of the people in the stadium aren't supporting the other team
22:25:39thprdkkt|noobhehe
22:25:50thprdkkt|noobnot 99%
22:26:01thprdkkt|noobnot even 75 i think
22:26:27thprdkkt|noobbut i dont exactly know, maybe even 99% but i wouldnt think so
22:26:41dionoeai'd guess about 80%
22:26:49thprdkkt|noobthat assembler pisses me off
22:27:05thprdkkt|noobi exactly understand 0% :)
22:27:40thprdkkt|noobat least i dont understand why those commands are standing there
22:27:48thprdkkt|noobwhat theyre doing as an unit
22:28:03thprdkkt|noobjust understand (somtimes) the meaning of 1 single
22:28:31thprdkkt|noobare there people out in the world who can read / understand assembler like a book?
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22:30:28linuxstb_crt0.S contains about 3 or 4 different assembly languages - it's the init code for all the different platforms. It just does low-level stuff like initialising the memory and setting up the stack. You can safely ignore it and start reading apps/main.c
22:30:48thprdkkt|noob^^ atm doin
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22:30:59S0apanyone here use irfanview to batch convert album art? I can't get it to drop the output in the same folder as the input.
22:31:01thprdkkt|noobbut i hate jumping from one file to the other
22:31:23thprdkkt|noobid love a simply structure :)
22:31:28thprdkkt|noobtop-down
22:31:59thprdkkt|noobbut i think inpossible in here..
22:32:08thprdkkt|noob(i do NOT like the gotos)
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22:32:27*thprdkkt|noob continues reading
22:32:34*thprdkkt|noob 's head smokes
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22:33:41thprdkkt|noobnooooooooo
22:33:43thprdkkt|noobthats false
22:33:47thprdkkt|noobit wasnt a foul
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22:34:18*_FireFly_ gives thprdkkt|noob a big glass of water for cooling his head
22:34:53*thprdkkt|noob thinks firefly could need it more.. *givin back*
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22:36:14thprdkkt|noobfirst command in init() is: init_threads(), but how can i know in which file it is declared?
22:36:22dionoeagrep
22:36:32thprdkkt|noobgrep?
22:36:44dionoeahum ... using windows ?
22:36:54thprdkkt|noobactually yes
22:37:02dionoea<windows key>+f then :)
22:37:06thprdkkt|noob^^
22:37:35dionoeasome IDEs have features that allow jumping to a function's definitition
22:37:42dionoea(when you left click on the function)
22:37:45dionoeaerr .. right click
22:37:46*petur wonders if if S0ap is still wondering about irfanview
22:37:56thprdkkt|noobfirst i have to download the tarball
22:37:57thprdkkt|noob...
22:38:03thprdkkt|noobwas reading the online version
22:38:33S0appetur - I am
22:38:39thprdkkt|noob:( :( :(
22:38:44thprdkkt|noobballack, do it
22:39:14peturS0ap: in the batch conversion dialog there's a button 'Use this directory as output' I think that says it all ;)
22:39:47S0apBut it doesn't do what I need.
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22:39:57S0apI have 500 album folders with folder.jpgs.
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22:40:11peturoh I see
22:40:13S0apI want to batch convert all of them. That function puts all the outputs in the one parent directory.
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22:40:30peturheh, never needed that before
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22:41:30peturmaybe you can use it as commandline util and recursively go through it with a batfile
22:41:33thprdkkt|noobit wasnt a foul was it?
22:41:50thprdkkt|noobHE SIMULATES!!!!!!!!!!!
22:42:59S0apmy batch files are rusty, but you are probably right. The tools are there.
22:42:59linuxstb_earHertz: As you're currently immersed in ARM assembly, you might want to have a look at optimising the ATA read/write sectors functions - see firmware/drivers/ata.c (copy_read_sectors and copy_write_sectors).
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22:43:35thprdkkt|noobi wanna help :)
22:43:44thprdkkt|noobjust tell me how ;)
22:44:27MmmmWOW!! have you seen the wiki?
22:44:56thprdkkt|noobwiki?
22:45:03thprdkkt|noobwhere
22:45:16peturS0ap: maybe I can help, I wrote a little dir recurser some years ago that deals with all possible dir names (with spaces and such), called fae (find and execute)
22:45:30Mmmmthprdkkt|noob: have a look here http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/ReleaseTodo fix something, make a patch post it on the tracker
22:46:03MmmmThe WIKI has just been redone it is looking right proper smart i must say!
22:46:09thprdkkt|noobill have a look
22:46:30S0appetur - should I google it.
22:46:46peturno, it was never released, just wrote it for myself
22:46:56thprdkkt|noobthe colors have changed :/
22:47:00peturone sec, I'll put it somewhere
22:48:38thprdkkt|noobis somewhere a bugtracker?
22:49:11Mmmmhttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/index.php?type=4
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22:51:54thprdkkt|noobthose bugs are only freezes and hangs ... :/
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22:53:53MmmmSo fix em! ;)
22:54:34linuxstb_"only" ?
22:54:51thprdkkt|noob^^ dont know where to look for that bugs :)
22:55:02thprdkkt|nooblooking for easy feature requests
22:55:23linuxstb_I think they've all been taken long ago...
22:55:36Mmmmlook under 'feature requests'
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22:56:45thprdkkt|noobhttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/4809
22:56:49thprdkkt|noob^^ wanted to fix that
22:56:53thprdkkt|noobbut its already fixed :(
22:56:58thprdkkt|nooband im missing the source ;)
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23:01:49qwmfsck germany, italy will win!
23:02:00thprdkkt|noobnoooooo!
23:02:03qwmyes!
23:02:14thprdkkt|noobnooooo
23:02:30qwmthey're cornered!
23:02:34Bagdergo tell a channel that cares
23:02:38preglowyes!
23:03:01preglowgod, how i hate football
23:03:12qwm:/
23:03:23thprdkkt|noobare there many kids out there like me
23:03:30thprdkkt|noobtalking a lot of shit
23:03:37thprdkkt|noobbut not doing anything
23:03:46thprdkkt|noobdue to theyre 2 stupid
23:03:47thprdkkt|noob?
23:03:59Bagderlazy is the word :-)
23:04:12qwmthprdkkt|noob: i'm definitely one of them!
23:04:24qwmwatching is always better than doing.
23:04:33thprdkkt|noobid like to help
23:04:42thprdkkt|noobbut dont know how
23:04:48thprdkkt|noobreading reading reading
23:04:52thprdkkt|noobbut not writing xD
23:04:59_FireFly_Bagder: you said it ;)
23:05:55thprdkkt|noobhttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/5059#
23:06:00thprdkkt|noobill try to catch this
23:06:07thprdkkt|noobdoest look hard
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23:07:07Mmmmthprdkkt|noob: You could always look on the forums and give Llorean a hand if you don't fancy coding!
23:07:33thprdkkt|noobive a question
23:07:44thprdkkt|noobin the database.c i found following code
23:07:50thprdkkt|noobwhile(min<max) { int mid=(min+max)/2; int compare; getfentrybyrecord(id,mid); compare=strcasecmp(id->path,sbuf); if(compare==0) return 1; else if(compare<0) max=mid; else min=mid+1; }
23:07:57thprdkkt|noobim not good at c
23:08:10thprdkkt|noob(realy said: horrible)
23:08:20midkaythprdkkt|noob, that's probably one o the harder ones on the tracker..
23:08:38thprdkkt|noobbut doest it fractionate the ram / use time if the var mid is declared each time new?
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23:09:16thprdkkt|noob^^ really? maybe ill get a donation for doin it xD
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23:13:10Mult|PaSsIs it normal for a 4G when you put it on powersource that automaticly boots? (it was turned off)
23:13:47S0apis the powersource a USB cable connected to the computer?
23:14:01linuxstb_Mult|PaSs: Yes.
23:14:36Mult|PaSsfirewire with poweradapter
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23:18:48thprdkkt|noobits one of the harder ones :(
23:19:04Bagderwe're down to only two mi4 files not decodable
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23:19:40obohave you managed to run modified code yet?
23:19:45Bagderno
23:19:55Bagderfor h10 there should be nothing left to solve
23:20:03Bagderbut there's one left for the sansa case
23:20:12obo102 vs 103?
23:20:18Bagderyes
23:20:29Bagderthe sha-1 checksum
23:20:39obosounds promising anyway - that's an awful lot of new targets :)
23:20:59Bagderoh yeah, but most of them without any volunteers
23:21:28earHertzBagder: the linux kernel memcpy is faster
23:21:30obotrue. how much difference is there in the rest of the implementation?
23:21:43BagderearHertz: I just read the forum post
23:21:47earHertz:)
23:22:02linuxstb_"most" of them? Are there _any_ volunteers for any of these portalplayer targets?
23:22:18Bagderobo: I would guess that there's a differences in what chips and other non-PP HW that is used
23:22:26Nico_Pwhat would these volunteers have to do now ?
23:22:32thprdkkt|noobdoes anybody know where the output of the id3tag database is coded (where its results are showed?)
23:22:33Nico_Pwrite drivers ?
23:22:48Bagderlinuxstb: I'm sort of volunteering for Sansa ;-)
23:23:03obothprdkkt|noob: are you still looking in database.c?
23:23:11BagderNico_P: try a modified mi4 to start with
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23:23:46thprdkkt|noobi dont think its the right file
23:24:17oboI think I'm right in saying that the code in database.c isn't used anymore.
23:24:28Nico_P<Bagder> for h10 there should be nothing left to solve
23:24:29Nico_Pdoes this mean theoretically modified code could be executed on the H10 in the current state ?
23:24:30thprdkkt|noob?!?
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23:24:39linuxstb_obo: Check apps/SOURCES to be sure...
23:24:48BagderNico_P: yes, it certainly seems so
23:24:53Nico_Pthat's cool
23:25:03Bagderbut we have no h10 hacker around to try it
23:25:16oboyup, not in there - it's the tagdb and runtimedb code
23:25:26thprdkkt|noob?!?
23:25:31thprdkkt|noobi see it right here
23:25:37oboyeah, but it's not used
23:25:42Nico_Pmy bro has an H10 (thus all the questions), but i'm no hacker... could that be of any help ?
23:25:49thprdkkt|noobhow do u sea?
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23:26:17oboapps/SOURCES - the file isn't listed in there, so it's not compiled.... plus the features that it added are no longer used
23:26:28thprdkkt|noobFUCK
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23:26:35thprdkkt|noobsry
23:26:37thprdkkt|noobNOOOOOOOOOO
23:26:41thprdkkt|noobfuck off italy
23:26:46Kick(#Rockbox thprdkkt|noob :Bagder) by Bagder!n=daniel@rockbox/developer/bagder
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23:27:05linuxstb_"kicked" being an appropriate verb...
23:27:32DarkJesusIndeed
23:27:34thprdkkt|noobgermany has lost the worldcup :(
23:27:44thprdkkt|noob:'(
23:28:06Bagderthere's a worldcup?
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23:28:20thprdkkt|noobomg
23:28:23thprdkkt|noobnow its over
23:28:25Nico_Pwow another goal
23:28:31thprdkkt|noob^^
23:28:40thprdkkt|noobthey are playin 117 minutes
23:28:49thprdkkt|nooband in the last 3 italy shoots 2 goals
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23:29:31vzabalzaHi everyone
23:29:41vzabalzaI just created a new lang file for catalan
23:29:53vzabalzaand was woindering the best way to include it in RB
23:29:58Nico_PBagder: how difficult would it be to give a hand on the H10 ?
23:30:03vzabalzaI have submitted it to the patch tracker
23:30:09vzabalzais that the way to go?
23:30:16Bagdervzabalza: that's the way
23:30:24vzabalzagreat
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23:30:43BagderNico_P: well, you'd need to decode the mi4 and then try altering the binary and then regenerete a new mi4 from that and upgrade to it
23:30:46thprdkkt|noob^^ look him, hes just working without working like a dumb*** unlike me :/
23:30:49Bagderas a first step
23:31:03linuxstb_vzabalza: molt be.
23:31:08vzabalzajeje
23:31:27Bagderoooh, hidden talents
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23:31:47vzabalzait works on the official build, but I'm having problems with the h300 experimental buildsç
23:31:57linuxstb_I know a tiny amount of Catalan - my g/f is from Barcelona...
23:32:06vzabalzaanyway, I'll try to solve that with their creator
23:32:26Bagdervzabalza: they probably have the english.lang patched
23:32:29vzabalzashe must be astonishingly beatiful, then ;-)
23:32:32Bagderor something
23:32:43vzabalzathat must be it
23:32:47vzabalzaDidn't think of that
23:33:23thprdkkt|noobstill cannot find the file in which the output of the id3tag database is written
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23:39:56Nico_PBagder: what sort of modifications would it require ? could i try a trivial one just to test the (de)coding[quote="Nico404"]Salut tous
23:39:56Nico_PJe cherche trois titre playlists par Mylo au Mix vendredi dernier.
23:39:56Nico_PIls sont coutables dans les vidos que j'ai mises [url=http://nico404.free.fr/Mylo/]ici[/url].
23:39:56DBUGEnqueued KICK Nico_P
23:39:56Nico_PJ'ai aussi extrait le son seul pour vous viter de tlcharger les vidos :
23:39:56Nico_P[url=http://nico404.free.fr/Mylo/extrait_1520.mp3]extrait 1[/url]
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23:39:57Nico_P[url=http://nico404.free.fr/Mylo/extrait_1521.mp3]extrait 2[/url]
23:39:59Nico_P[url=http://nico404.free.fr/Mylo/extrait_1522.mp3]extrait 3[/url][/quote]
23:40:01Nico_Psorry
23:40:22BagderNico_P: yes, it would be enough to just change a string
23:42:09Nico_Pwould the unit be recoverable if the modified MI4 file is invalid ?
23:42:46Bagderwell, for starters you should change a text that doesn't ruin it.
23:43:05Bagderthen I would expect that the upgrade procedure validates it being fine and rejects it otherwise
23:43:12Bagderfine in the crc32 sense
23:43:36Bagderthen if everything still goes boom, I have no idea how much that works or not
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23:44:12Nico_Phmmm
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23:48:52Nico_Pgtg... thanks for the info on the H10 ;)
23:49:04Nico_Pand sorry again for posting my garbage
23:49:09Nico_Pbye
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23:50:08linuxstb_Bagder: Do you know the LCD module in the Sansa? Is there a datasheet available?
23:50:16 Quit damaki__ (Read error: 110 (Connection timed out))
23:51:03Bagderno, no such info yet

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