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#rockbox log for 2008-03-15

00:00:32amiconnViewports are not yet explained there. (linuxstb?)
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00:02:33syn4pseamiconn: sweet, i would have been digging for a while.
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00:11:32Buschelsaratoga: try to add "int_btn |= btn;" to firmware/target/arm/sandisk/sansa-e200/button-e200.c right after "btn = BUTTON_SCROLL_BACK;" (additional to patch #8668)
00:11:57preglowwhy is nano ata so slow ://///
00:12:14preglowa simple operation like deleting a directory with 13 files takes ages
00:12:36Buschelsaratoga: this way the scrolldirection of the wheel should also be transmitted to to button_tick() and the gui boost should work
00:17:01preglowbtw, could someone with an e200 try to reproduce this? http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/8361
00:17:13preglowi can't make anything strange happen
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00:22:10*gevaerts obviously reads the usb audio spec differently than whoever wrote the linux usb audio driver...
00:26:42preglowgevaerts: you're working usb audio already? :)
00:27:44gevaertspreglow: yes. I'm trying to make a usb audio device that just says it exists, without any controls or audio streaming. According to my reading of the spec that should be possible, but the linux driver disagrees.
00:28:48gevaertsIf I can't get it to work, I'll be forced to add real functionaliy to it :(
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00:30:45voltagexhaving trouble creating voice files, getting an error from rbutilqt on OSX
00:33:38satatoga11Buschel: (for the logs) it compiles and when I go into debug screen it seems to be boosted and then unboosts after a bit but i'm not really too sure if its any different
00:33:44satatoga11the sansa's UI wasn't too bad to begin with
00:34:02satatoga11due to the small and fast lcd and relatively fast flash memory
00:37:19satatoga11Buschel: it does seem to disrupt the back light timer somehow
00:37:40satatoga11at least it sits on the menus with it on forever, but will turn off it left in the wps
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00:52:07*gevaerts isn't happy. He can get this to work in windows but not in linux :(
00:52:46*preglow wonders how hard it is to make usb midi work
00:52:50preglownow that would be cool
00:53:00domonok1voltagex: whats the error ?
00:53:41gevaertspreglow: It should be possible, but is there a PP device that's actually fast enough to make this useful ?
00:54:52preglowgevaerts: sure, ipods would be plenty fast enough. any anyway, doesn't the gigabeat s have the same usb controller? ;)
00:55:30gevaertsIt probably depends on what you want to do with it
00:55:36preglowsome kind of synthesis
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00:55:55preglowan ordinary ipod should be more than enough for polyphonic subtractive synthesis
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00:57:16preglowa gigabeat s would be powerful enough for very fancy stuff
00:57:16voltagexdomonok1: fixed, had the wrong path
00:57:32voltagexit still dies halfway through with "error encoding"
00:58:07gevaertsActually, I can get it to work in both windows and linux, but not with the same descriptors.
00:58:41voltagexpreglow: usb wifi + gigabeat = epic win
00:58:57domonok1voltagex: you are using sapi as tts ?
00:59:10voltagexdomonok1: Espeak on OS X
00:59:57gevaertsMaybe that's good enough to replace the dummy charging only interface ? linux gives an error in the dmesg output, but most people won't see that, and windows finds a nice "usb audio device". It should still be tried on mac of course.
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01:00:20domonok1voltagex: could you open a bugreport for this on flyspray with as much info as possible, s i dont forget to investigat it :-)
01:00:45voltagexdomonok1: is it possible to get debug output from rbutilqt?
01:01:34domonok1voltagex: only if you build it in debug mode.. the release binarys are without debug functions..
01:01:48voltagexok, I'll see if I can build it
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01:04:13domonok1voltagex: and that was while voicefile generation, not talkfiles, correct ?
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01:22:22voltagexdomonok1: back, yes whole voice files.
01:22:30gevaertsCan I easily get and set volume control data (min, max, resolution, current value) ?
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01:24:36*gevaerts feels himself getting pulled ever closer to the playback code.
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01:31:14Tuxguycan rockbox play mpeg-4 ?
01:32:04scorche|shwhere did you see that?
01:32:41Tuxguyme?
01:32:49scorche|shyes..
01:33:18BigBambiTuxguy: http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/PluginMpegplayer
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01:33:38voltagexonly the gigabeat would be powerful enough to play mpeg4 right?
01:33:55scorche|shwell, it depends...
01:33:59Tuxguysomeone in another channel said i could convert avi to mpeg and it would play
01:34:15scorche|shmpeg != mpeg4
01:34:28voltagexTuxguy: right, you should read the wiki
01:35:05BigBambiTuxguy: mpeg 1 and 2
01:35:22Tuxguyoh
01:35:25Tuxguydamn :(
01:35:41BigBambiwhy?
01:35:56scorche|shyou would need to reformat the video for the screen size anyway...
01:36:00Tuxguythis program only lets me export to mpeg4, divx.. and a few other formats
01:36:02BigBambiIf you were going to convert to mpeg4, just convert to mpeg1/2 instead...
01:36:10scorche|shthen use a diffferent program...
01:36:14Tuxguyit also has an "ipod" setting....wonder if that is mpeg1/2
01:36:16BigBambiTuxguy: You really should read the wiki page I linked
01:36:24voltagexno, ipod setting would be mp4
01:36:29Tuxguyoh
01:36:30scorche|shH.264
01:36:33Tuxguyim loading it now
01:36:34Tuxguyor trying to
01:36:44Tuxguyi was going to use ffmpeg but the package for mac is broken
01:36:53voltagexTuxguy: go for
01:36:59voltagexTuxguy: oops, go for mencoder
01:37:08Tuxguyi have mencoder
01:37:16voltagexTuxguy: well then, go for it.
01:37:19BigBambiTuxguy: Just read that page, it lists some options etc.
01:41:44voltagexis it just me or is the rockbox svn quite slow?
01:41:47voltagexthe server i mean
01:42:40BigBambiseems fine here
01:43:05BigBambiSlow how? Compared to what?
01:43:47voltagexcompared to a normal download
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01:44:04scorche|shdo you know how SVN works?
01:44:11scorche|shit is far from a downloader
01:44:18voltagexyes
01:44:27voltagexbut I should be able to get 20-40k/s from it
01:44:41BigBambiI get at least that
01:44:50BigBambi(I think :)
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01:44:53voltagexgetting 1-6k/s
01:44:57voltagexaccording to the modem
01:44:58Mitch_Guys, I have a question.
01:45:04scorche|shouch...i get more than that easily
01:45:08Mitch_Rockbox does not work with iPod Nano's 2nd and 3rd, correct?
01:45:09BigBambivoltagex: Much faster than that here
01:45:15BigBambiMitch_: correct
01:45:18Mitch_Mmk.
01:45:19scorche|shMitch_: just as it says on the front page ;)
01:45:21Mitch_xD
01:45:24Mitch_Oh.
01:45:25voltagexBigBambi: feel like bzipping it up and sending it to me? :P
01:45:26Mitch_xD
01:45:34BigBambivoltagex: Ha :)
01:45:43scorche|shvoltagex: the source is available form downloads in a tarball
01:45:57scorche|shs/form/from
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01:45:58voltagexscorche|sh: rbutil as well?
01:46:06voltagexits rbutil I'm interested in
01:47:01Tuxguydamn, i dont understand the options i need to supply to mencoder
01:47:02Tuxguy:(
01:47:30voltagexTuxguy: read the manpage?
01:49:08voltagexvcodec=mpeg2video
01:49:24voltagexacodec can be left out, as it defaults to mp2
01:53:18Tuxguyi did mencoder vcodec=mpeg2video -vf scale:176:128
01:53:39TuxguyOption vf: -scale:176:132 doesn't exist.
01:55:28voltagexwtf
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01:55:50*BigBambi points at the wiki page he linked
01:55:52BigBambi-vf scale=<width>:<height>
01:56:05voltagexaha
01:56:12BigBambispot the difference
01:56:48voltagexit seems we should just rtfm then
01:57:13BigBambiOr the wiki page I keep referring to, which is there for a reason
01:57:19Tuxguyi did
01:57:31BigBambiNot well enough it seems!
01:57:54Tuxguythats where i got the commands from
01:58:04BigBambiTuxguy: Yet you got them wrong
01:58:22BigBambiThe wiki page clearly has -vf scale=<width>:<height> whereas you typed -vf scale:<width>:<height>
01:58:38Tuxguy./mencoder /Users/ibook/Documents/Azureus\ Downloads/Superbad\[2007\]\[Unrated\ Editon\]DvDrip\[Eng\]-FXG/Superbad\[2007\]\[Unrated\ Editon\]DvDrip\[Eng\]-FXG.avi -ovc lavc -lavcoptc vcodec=mpeg2video -vf scale=176:132 supderbad.avi
01:58:38Tuxguy./mencoder /Users/ibook/Documents/Azureus\ Downloads/Superbad\[2007\]\[Unrated\ Editon\]DvDrip\[Eng\]-FXG/Superbad\[2007\]\[Unrated\ Editon\]DvDrip\[Eng\]-FXG.avi -ovc lavc -lavcoptc vcodec=mpeg2video -vf scale=176:132 supderbad.avi
01:58:47Tuxguywhoops, only meant to do that 1x
01:58:50BigBambiTuxguy: Please use something like pastebin
01:59:52BigBambiTuxguy: Right, so you have -lavcoptc and I see -lavcopts on the wiki page for example
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02:00:38BigBambiActually, I see both on the wiki page :)
02:00:43Tuxguyi saw both
02:00:46Tuxguy-lavcoptc is not an MEncoder option
02:00:55BigBambiSo is -lavcopts?
02:01:18Tuxguylavcopts is for audio
02:01:20Tuxguyisnt it?
02:01:25Tuxguyand lavcoptc for video
02:01:31BigBambiI don't know, can you not check?
02:01:45Tuxguy-lavcoptc vcodec=mpeg2video [output video codec]
02:01:50Tuxguyaccording to your wiki
02:02:10BigBambiThe wiki also says -lavcopts so it is clearly wrong on one of them
02:02:25BigBambiTuxguy: Why can't you do mencoder −−help and see which is correct?
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02:05:53BigBambiI have now fixed the wiki
02:05:58Tuxguyi barely can read english
02:06:00Tuxguy:(
02:07:20BigBambiWell this is getting pretty off topic now (this isn't a mencoder support channel), but you want -lavcopts
02:07:51Tuxguybleh, i will just install ffmpeg from ports, it seems more easy
02:09:36LloreanI find ffmpeg a bit simpler, but it's a little more likely to run into media (or more specifically, containers I think) it can't handle, as well as not being able to really do anything with subtitles.
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05:24:36syn4pseis an infrequent core dump in the simulator anything to worry about when testing a plugin? on diff platforms? but hard to reproduce?
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10:02:29gibbon_hiho
10:02:51gibbon_and good morning to everybody around the CET-timezone ;)
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10:04:33gibbon_can anyone tell which FM Radio chip is included with the c250 sansa player?
10:11:10gibbon_i figured lv24020lp from the includes... but i am not that certain about it
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10:14:59pixelmaI think it's the same as in the e200s and wiki says that it's a SanyoLV24000 supposedly (even has an own wiki page...)
10:16:06J-23I have executed "rm -rf /*" :/
10:24:50gibbon_it compiled the lv drivers after a clean look...
10:25:03gibbon_pixelma: i couldn't find the own wiki page... silly but true
10:25:11gibbon_J-23: tats not that funny, though
10:27:14pixelmagibbon_: just copy the wiki word (how I spelled the tuner), paste it into the "go" box on a Rockbox wiki page of your choice and press enter... ;) (it's not a long page though)
10:27:50gibbon_i asked because i wanted to add a new region setting that modifies the frequency range and tuning width for basic amateur radio listening
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10:28:19gibbon_pixelma: ah! i thought a special wiki page vor the sansa c250 where the tuner is referenced.. didn't look for the tuner in the wikis
10:28:50gibbon_finer tuning steps and an advanced frequency range...
10:29:07pixelmamaybe you can't find out more by reading the code, don't know
10:29:16pixelmas/can't/can
10:29:37*gibbon_ nods... but i am not quite understanding the translation settings
10:30:29gibbon_i found out how to add an item to the structure...
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10:31:55gibbon_i'm probablyy better off by modifiing an old item for now
10:32:04gibbon_s/old/existing/
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10:42:11SliMMhello
10:42:59SliMMis there a way to easyly get all the packages needed for compiling rockbox (in ubuntu)
10:43:04SliMMeasily*
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10:45:50gibbon_SliMM: you basically need a c compiler and build the cross toolchain with that
10:46:06SliMMgibbon_: sorry?
10:46:30gibbon_its all well documented in the wiki, but a good start (and hell its the most easy cros toolchain to build ive ever seen) are the scripts in the tools directory
10:46:47gibbon_SliMM: i think ubuntu calls these packages "build-essential"
10:46:59gibbon_it depends on nearly everything you may need
10:47:02gibbon_worked for me
10:47:35SliMMgibbon_: sorry, but i am new to ubuntu and linux in general, and i don't know what exactly i shold do
10:47:44SliMMshould*
10:47:49gibbon_ok... then i'll start a bit lower :)
10:47:53gibbon_not a problem at all
10:48:33gibbon_you know how to install packages in ubuntu?
10:50:00gibbon_(and further more the skills of starting shell scripts, using a keyboard for terminal software and basic knowlege about the three steps to build software from source may be useful but are available to be deployed on you ;))
10:51:46SliMMgibbon_: yes, i do know all these basic things :-)
10:52:01gibbon_well fine
10:52:32gibbon_then open a terminal and from there install build-essential and subversion (the latter one only if you have not checked out the current sourcecode yet)
10:55:20SliMMbuild-essential is the name of the package?
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10:55:37gibbon_yes
10:55:41gibbon_subversion as well
10:55:53gibbon_i am not aware of other packages you might need...
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10:56:10gibbon_bison might be needed... i am not sure... but we will figure out
10:56:21SliMMok
10:56:22SliMM:-)
10:56:30SliMMgood, done
10:57:04gibbon_ok... do you already have obtained the source code base?
10:57:39SliMMwell, no
10:58:06gibbon_ok... then get the subversion package as well as needed
10:58:24gibbon_then go to the directory where you want the rockbox source directory to be placed
10:58:32SliMMdone
10:59:03gibbon_ok
10:59:43gibbon_"svn co svn://svn.rockbox.org/rockbox/trunk rockbox" is the command you want to type now
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11:00:42SliMMdownloading
11:02:14SliMMdone
11:03:11gibbon_go to rockbox/tools now
11:04:18SliMMdamn, i already had a rockbox folder
11:04:34SliMMhow do i move rockbox up one folder?
11:05:31gibbon_and it didn't warn?
11:05:35gibbon_it should hace
11:05:37gibbon_have
11:05:49SliMMno, no
11:05:56gibbon_the subversion command created a directory named rockbox
11:05:58SliMMi was in ~/Sources/Rockbox
11:06:05gibbon_ah
11:06:11SliMMand svn created that folder
11:06:17SliMMi moved it up in nautilus
11:06:23gibbon_ok
11:06:25SliMM(i love case sensitivity
11:06:34SliMMi am in tools now
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11:08:03gibbon_do a "sudo ./rockboxdev.sh"
11:08:18gibbon_this will - as root - build the toolchain
11:08:39gibbon_choose the architecture of your player there
11:09:04SliMMi'll just choose arm for now
11:09:24gibbon_you can build all if unsure ;)
11:09:29gibbon_this will take a while
11:09:59SliMMfor let's say a coldfire target simulator, do i need the coldfire toolchain?
11:10:01gibbon_you will need to customize your environment after that for the rockbox build system to find the toolchain that is now built
11:10:12gibbon_i am not sure about that
11:10:19gibbon_i suppose not... but unsure
11:10:49gibbon_i do not have the sh toolchain, so i'll try to make an archos simulator build to test that
11:11:14domonokySlimm: for the simulators you dont need the crosscompilers..
11:11:27SliMMok, thanks
11:11:33gibbon_ok :) thanks domonoky
11:13:05gibbon_i found it to be amazing how easy cross compilation is with tockbox
11:13:09gibbon_rockbox...
11:14:10gibbon_i was into ipaq linux (familiar) development once... it was ... grml. but i think thats because rockbox doesn't make use of that whole bunch of external libraries of the glibc, right?
11:17:51SliMMgibbon_: well, it certenly (how should i spell that?) takes a while, i'll be away for 15 minutes or so
11:18:00gibbon_ok
11:18:03*gibbon_ too
11:18:14gibbon_the basic steps if it all succeeds i will write down for you here
11:18:28SliMMthanks
11:18:52SliMMah, certainly
11:19:41gibbon_as root, edit "/etc/environment" to add the line PATH="$PATH:/usr/local/arm-elf/bin"
11:20:04gibbon_do this for every toolchain you build, replace arm with the appropriate arch
11:20:59gibbon_in the rockbox directory now create a directory for your build... lets call it "player_build"
11:21:36gibbon_go into that directory and call "../tools/configure", follow the instructions and you should then have a ready to use Makefile in that directory
11:22:22gibbon_saying "make" on the commandline will hopefully then build the firmware, followed by a "make fullzip" to create a full zip archive to extract to the player or hand to friends ;)
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11:23:00gibbon_it it complains about not finding the compiler, say "export PATH="$PATH:/usr/local/arm-elf/bin" on the commandline
11:23:07gibbon_that should be it...
11:23:12gibbon_afk
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11:36:05tanasinnHurr
11:36:42tanasinnWho's familiar with the Sansa C200?
11:37:14tanasinnI doubt all 199 of you are idle
11:37:27markun_I'm idle
11:37:46tanasinnOh hush :<
11:37:48domonokytanasinn: just ask your question, if somebody knows it, they will answer..
11:38:17tanasinnWell I've got everything installed, but I can't figure out how to put the music on it
11:38:30tanasinnDo I put it in the root folder or .rockbox :?
11:38:53domonokytanasinn: put it where you like it, better not into the .rockbox folder..
11:39:05tanasinnOk so the root folder it is
11:39:17domonokyfor example make a musik dir, and put your musik into it..
11:39:31tanasinnAlright
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11:40:32pixelmabe aware that the "MUSIC" directory the sansa original firmware creates will also be marked hidden by the OF
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11:55:09gevaertsgood morning
11:56:39markunmorning gevaerts
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12:01:19*gevaerts starts to understand usb audio a bit better. It helps to read more of the spec
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12:04:42tanasinnHahah oh wow
12:05:06tanasinnSo I think that the Sansa firmware was messed up
12:05:13tanasinnThe channels would get all messed up
12:05:20tanasinnBut with rockbox it works fine
12:05:22tanasinn:?
12:08:32tanasinnOh well, thanks for the help domonoky and pixelma
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12:11:21markungevaerts: so, will it be easy to implement?
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12:13:15linuxstbAnyone know if any PP devices have a built-in mic?
12:14:10gevaertsmarkun: yes and no. A "minimal" usb audio driver that basically does nothing but make the OS happy is nearly done. This makes windows tell users it found a "usb audio device" in charging-only mode, which should be less confusing than an "unknown device, please find some drivers". An actually usable driver is more work, since it need isochronous support from the usb controller driver, which isn't there yet.
12:14:33linuxstbHave you given up on using the removable bit for charging-only?
12:14:41gevaertslinuxstb: the sansas have a microphone
12:14:49pixelmalinuxstb: yes the sansas ...
12:14:53*pixelma too slow
12:15:14linuxstbSo I guess usb audio is useful there - if you need a mic for your computer...
12:15:17pixelmamaybe the h10s as well
12:15:46linuxstbBasically everything apart from the ipods then ;) (unsurprisingly...)
12:16:05gevaertslinuxstb: not sure. It would still make windows add a drive letter, which might confuse some people. This "empty audio" driver basically only shows up in the device manager
12:17:16linuxstbYes, I can see how a drive letter could confuse. Anything else still feels like a hack though.
12:17:50gevaertsThe mic is useful, maybe line-in/out as well for some people (I can imagine some of those ultra-portable laptops not having sound I/O). And of course there's also FM or the audio that's playing on rockbox.
12:19:22gevaertsWould it be less of a hack if it exposed rockbox volume controls (and balance, equalizer,...) to the OS ? Not sure if it will work correctly for all OSes, but the spec supports that.
12:22:23linuxstbI would (as a user) expect USB audio mode to work - i.e. be able to use the ipod as a speaker/mic. Which would mean stopping playback, so it isn't suitable for a generic charging mode.
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12:22:41linuxstbs/ipod/device/ (sorry...)
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12:25:26linuxstbgevaerts: Make it a printer ;)
12:25:30gevaertsThere is that of course, but the only indication the "normal" user gets that it's a usb audio device is a small popup that appears for about 2 seconds. I'm not even sure if it appears every time you plug it in or the first time only
12:26:35*gevaerts doesn't feel like porting ghostscript to rockbox, and dislikes non-postscript printers
12:26:44linuxstbI'm assuming it's not possible to be a UMS device with no drives?
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12:26:59SSnakegood morning
12:27:34gevaertslinuxstb: no. UMS specifies the number of drives by giving the number of the last one, so "0" means one drive
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12:29:52linuxstbgevaerts: But I agree a dummy usb audio driver seems better than any of the UMS ideas.
12:30:15gevaertslinuxstb: I'll finish the non-"useful" usb audio driver and propose it as a patch. That way people can see what it actually does and how it interacts with the user.
12:32:05markungevaerts: with more and more USB devices being added, do we need a setting for it with one extra option "ask"?
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12:33:09markuncharge, ums/msc, serial, audio, (mtp?)
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12:33:41markunbtw, is there some standard way to sync a RTC over USB?
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12:34:10linuxstbI would expect MTP to include it.
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12:34:51SSnakeinfo needed: is it possible to make load an entire codec (in my case something to read a wav file) from plugin and let it play music inside the plugin?
12:34:55markunthen maybe it's not even a bad idea to add a dummy MTP driver just for that
12:34:59bertrikis anyone working on charging for the sansas, now that USB is working reasonably well?
12:36:03linuxstbOr not - looking at libmtp, it has a "get secure time" function, but no function to set the time.
12:37:12gevaertsmarkun: we will need a settings menu soon. The PP chips are limited to three endpoints, including the default control endpoint. That means that we soon won't even be able to enable everything at the same time
12:37:59*linuxstb starts to think MTP would be a nice way to expose the Rockbox database to PC apps
12:38:15SSnakeactually i'm loading wav file by myself and trying to fire the content with rb->pcm_play_data(...) but i need to know how to set the audio hardware to 8 bit mono. Do i have to prepare raw chuncks in some way? (make them stereo or so...)
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12:39:07bertrikconfiguring the charge controller in the AS3514 based sansas is really easy, there just needs to be some kind of trigger to allow the charger to draw more current when USB is plugged in and configured
12:39:31linuxstbSSnake: I think you'll need to convert to 16-bit yourself. The audio API exposed to plugins is very low-level...
12:40:06markunlinuxstb: can't he use the DSP code for the conversion?
12:40:22markundsp.c I mean
12:40:35SSnakemmm that's what i thought... uff.... thx linuxstb
12:41:01linuxstbmarkun: Yes, that's true... mpegplayer uses it now.
12:41:41linuxstbSSnake: Also, what samplerate is your audio?
12:41:47SSnake22khz
12:42:03SSnakebut i used the plugin call to chanke it with SAMPR_22
12:42:08SSnake*change
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12:42:19linuxstbThat won't work on all targets - not all support all samplerates.
12:42:25SlasheriSSnake: you should use dsp to do that conversion. rockbox always keeps the hardware 44.1 kHz samplerate
12:42:54linuxstbSlasheri: No, plugins can switch samplerate (if available) - e.g. Doom audio is 22.5KHz IIRC
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12:43:21SSnakeyes i've poked into doom code... and found SAMPR_22 etc defines
12:43:36Slasherilinuxstb: ah, that might not work for all platforms
12:43:44linuxstbSlasheri: Yes, that's what I said ;)
12:43:58SSnakenow the question remains about mono/stereo .... do i have to make some kind of stereo interleaving?
12:44:10linuxstbYes
12:44:53SSnake...arrgh....like in metronome plugin..... that's why it used to make such a thing....
12:45:33Slasherithe bitrate conversion/interleaving should be quite simple to do. the only more difficult thing should be the samplerate conversion but the dsp library has a way to do that
12:45:34linuxstbSo you have two choices - do the conversion yourself (including to 44.1KHz for targets that don't support 22.5KHz), or use the DSP functions.
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12:46:41SSnakemmm are dsp functions accessible from plugins? is just a call to do or....i need to implement some kind of conversion by myself? (i mean only about the rate conversion)
12:46:50linuxstbLook at mpegplayer
12:47:38SSnakeok let's have a look.... hope to understand how it works...
12:48:51SSnakeit would be really a great help if all the playback engine could be "fired" under plugins to play some sort of audio files....
12:49:01linuxstbSSnake: A patch would be welcome ;)
12:49:55SSnake:> honestly i've not enough knowhow
12:50:00linuxstbBut I agree, there is scope for a much better audio API for plugins.
12:51:07SSnakeactually it seems to be i'll be the firt to use the new buffering API in plugins....it's really a good help for me
12:51:32SSnake*first
12:52:29SSnakeno malloc to think about....all the buffering made by the OS
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12:52:56SSnake(of course i'm talking about my sort of malloc implementation)
12:54:37linuxstbThat seems overkill - the "malloc" you would need is trivial.
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12:58:07J-23Hmm.
12:58:24J-23Have you (Rockbox devs) removed 6x9 font?
12:58:51Bagderno
12:59:05J-23(from rockbox-fonts.zip)
12:59:11markunJ-23: still here: http://svn.rockbox.org/viewvc.cgi/trunk/fonts/
12:59:21Bagderls -l fonts/6x9.bdf
12:59:21Bagder-rw-r−−r−− 1 daniel daniel 144670 2007-01-10 00:42 fonts/6x9.bdf
12:59:32markunmaybe it gets excluded from the build?
12:59:49J-23hmm.
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13:00:01*J-23 redownloads rockbox-fonts.zip
13:00:05markunBagder: did the code for "make fontzip" change?
13:00:30BagderI don't think so
13:01:47BagderI just tried it with current svn and I get the font included fine
13:01:53J-23hmm, probably I don't have write permission to my player
13:01:54J-23:/
13:02:18SSnake@linux: yes...absolutely trivial...maybe better to use my simple malloc (just a bunch of pointers updated) to avoid unuseful function callings...
13:03:02*gevaerts still doesn't like 10 (slightly) different mallocs in the plugins
13:03:13J-23Hmm...
13:03:13*Bagder agrees with gevaerts
13:03:36Bagderone of these days we need to provide a single malloc solution for the plugins and codecs
13:03:56*gevaerts proposes to add malloc to the plugin api, and hides somewhere where linuxstb can't find him
13:03:57Bagderpossibly with some minor options on how it should behave
13:04:04J-23I see /dev/sdb1, player uses it, but I can't fsck it or write to it.
13:04:40SSnakelinuxstb will find it wherever you'll put :>
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13:04:59gevaertsSSnake: no problem, as long as he doesn't find _me_
13:05:15J-23"Invalid disk format in boot sector."
13:07:46domonokyJ-23: if your device is an ipod, sdb1 will be the firmwarepartition, and sdb2 the partition for your data...
13:08:04J-23it's Sansa c240
13:08:05amiconngevaerts: You will not just have to hide from linuxstb. malloc is a bad concept for something like rockbox
13:08:41SSnakefound it ! rb->dsp_configure :)))))
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13:10:35gevaertsamiconn: I agree in general, but I also think that if 10 plugins use it (and we're near that), I think we should at least consider making those use a single implementation
13:11:23amiconnPerhaps, but then it should stay strictly plugin-only
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13:12:36*amiconn thinks that the majority of places which use malloc just use it due to laziness
13:13:13*preglow questions how useful backdrops are on grayscale tagets
13:13:15preglowtargets <-
13:13:46BigBambiThe Cabbie V2 backdrop annoys me on the H1x0 - the bottom right Rockbox logo obscures the text
13:13:49SSnakekeep in mind that those in plugins have nothing to do with REAL malloc philosophy: it's just a function to update pointers ( apart from doom)... so why complain so much?
13:13:51preglowyeah
13:13:54preglowit looks bloody useless
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13:14:06BigBambiIt looks useless and it stops you reading the text
13:14:08preglowi think the backdrop functionality should just be plain dropped on grayscale targets
13:14:20gevaertsIndeed. I'm not proposing to allow malloc everywhere, and new code shouldn't use it, but porting existing code to a strict malloc-less environment is hard
13:14:21amiconnWjy?
13:14:53BigBambiI would like the backdrop removed from the default at least - being able to read the text on screen is more important than the backdrop.
13:15:09BigBambiBut if people want to use it themselves, then so be it
13:16:11amiconnIf the backdrop only uses white & lightgray, text stays readable
13:16:30amiconnBasically, it shouldn't go below ~50% brightness
13:16:42BigBambiThe text on the H1x0 cannot be read over the rockbox logo on the cabbie v2 background
13:16:57amiconnWhat level does that logo use?
13:17:02BigBambiI wouldn't remove the functionality, just the backdrop from the default
13:17:06BigBambiI don't know
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13:17:55BigBambiBut it appears black on screen, so too dark :)
13:18:28pixelmaBigBambi, preglow: I plan to update (improve) the greyscale graphics for the theme anyways - the menu backdrop is definitely one thing, but I think it could work if it was clearer and only used light and dark grey (maybe only the former)
13:18:56pixelmajust don't know when that will be, hopefully over Easter
13:18:57BigBambiYes, a light one could work, but at the moment it is just hugely annoying
13:18:58jhMikeSamiconn: you were pinging me the other day? I'm here now.
13:19:19pixelmaBigBambi: I know, I could see it on my M5
13:19:44pixelmaso maybe that will be the first thing to do...
13:19:46BigBambiWell, hugely is perhaps a bit strong, at least we have a clear backdrop option :)
13:21:28preglowbtw, i think it's high time we got a proper malloc implementation for plygins
13:21:32preglowa small lightweight one
13:21:59*pixelma wonders what plygins are... :P
13:22:00amiconnjhMikeS: I wanted to know a few bits regarding the coldfire IIS. But in fact I'm not yet at the point where I need this info. First I need to make ADC work without utter hacks
13:22:01jhMikeSplygins = plyable plugins?
13:22:30*amiconn has working buttons on M3, but the driver isn't committable
13:22:59amiconnThe ADC is hooked to the second i2c port
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13:23:31amiconnI'm currently (mis-)using the standard coldfire i2c driver, but that's a no-no if we ever want performance
13:23:40*jhMikeS dusts off some old brain cells that might contain CF ISS info
13:24:02amiconnThe standard driver polls, and the ADC needs the i2c clock to stay below 16kHz (!)
13:24:26amiconnTransferring 4 bytes at 16kHz i2c clock each 10ms sucks a lot of cpu power...
13:24:47linuxstbDo any plugins actually use a "real" malloc - i.e. relying on free working?
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13:25:33amiconnLuckily, the ADC is the only thing hooked to i2c port 2, so moving this into an isr shouldn't be too difficult
13:25:56amiconnThe problem is how to do this without breaking the generic driver, or messing it up beyond recognition...
13:26:02Nico_PSSnake: if you're considering using the buffering API in a plugin, you could take a look at pictureflow
13:26:34linuxstbNico_P: How well does that work? i.e. how does it interact with playback?
13:26:41jhMikeSamiconn: why not do it threaded?
13:27:06Nico_Plinuxstb: bufop or bufalloc will fail if the buffer is full.
13:27:08gibbon_re
13:27:12Nico_P*bufopen
13:27:22amiconnjhMikeS: How?
13:27:35amiconnButtons need to be read in the button tick
13:27:37linuxstbNico_P: Meaning the behaviour is unpredictable (to a user) ?
13:27:55amiconnI think I'll go for an adc concept similar to the archoses
13:28:17Nico_Plinuxstb: if audio is playing, yes. that's why we tell users that prictureflow won't work while music is playing, although it can if the buffer isn't full
13:28:27jhMikeSamiconn: no way to use interrupts for buttons?
13:28:34amiconnhuh?
13:28:56amiconnThe buttons are hooked to the adc, like on vast majority of our targets
13:29:03amiconn(except main Play and remote Play)
13:29:39*jhMikeS can hardly think anything meaningful here anyway
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13:30:31amiconnAnd the ADC is a pretty dumb thing. It's a PIC12F675, which obviously just scans its adc inputs, and implements an i2c interface
13:31:22amiconnAll we can do is read 4 bytes via i2c, which contain the 4 adc channel values (main buttons, battery, remote buttons, unused)
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13:33:09linuxstbNico_P: I'm working on my WPS viewports patch again this weekend, and am wondering if/how to implement conditional viewports... Have you looked at how my viewports WPS patch works?
13:33:46linuxstbamiconn: And to answer your question from last night, yes, I'm also planning to document the viewports api this weekend.
13:34:14Nico_Plinuxstb: no, I haven't :(
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13:35:01Nico_Plinuxstb: I guess most of the work is done at parsing time?
13:35:09linuxstbNico_P: Basically, I've added an extra "viewport" level above the line level - so a WPS is an array of viewports, each containing an array of lines.
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13:35:36linuxstbSo yes, the viewports are processed at parsing time - so the existing conditional mechanism won't work
13:36:03*Nico_P goes to look for the patch
13:36:20gevaertslinuxstb: at least doom is full of calls to free(). No idea what happens if that is stubbed out.
13:36:23linuxstbNico_P: 8385
13:36:44linuxstb(the updated patch by disorganizer is fine)
13:36:49gibbon_gmm... another fm radio question
13:36:55Nico_Plinuxstb: I was going to ask about that :)
13:37:16gibbon_is there a possibility to add signal quality mute to the sansa?
13:37:25gibbon_some kind of squelch?
13:37:33linuxstbgevaerts: Looking at Doom, it seems to have its own "Z_Malloc" and "Z_Free" implementations - i.e. it handles memory itself. (but I've only looked briefly)
13:37:44gibbon_i'm not asking for a guide or such... just the tecnical possibility
13:37:56Nico_Plinuxstb: do viewports have a "visible" attribute?
13:38:12jhMikeSgevaerts: mpegplayer's "malloc" is totally twisted to it's own purposes
13:38:33linuxstbNico_P: No. All you do is tell the LCD driver the current viewport.
13:39:48*gevaerts gives up. If every plugin that needs full malloc wants its own specially optimized version, unification makes no sense.
13:41:45Nico_Plinuxstb: ah, the viewport tag doesn't even add a token?
13:42:01linuxstbNico_P: I was thinking of something like "%VC|x|y|width|height|..." - to add an optional condition to the viewport (in that example, album-art)
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13:44:03Nico_Plinuxstb: sounds like a good idea
13:45:22Nico_Pthat just means you need to store the conditional token somewhere though
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13:46:06linuxstbIs there a function to parse whatever is after the V for me and return a token?
13:46:40linuxstbAnd also a way to know if it's suitable for use as a conditional?
13:46:53Nico_Pparse_token
13:47:14*gevaerts improves his score... Now Windows XP bluescreens on plugin
13:47:22preglowi think it's stupid to depend on free not working, it'll bother us soner or later
13:47:37Nico_Plinuxstb: any token is considered suitable for a conditional
13:47:39preglowdaniel and co already have a nice malloc we can use
13:48:07linuxstbNico_P: Even things like %pb ?
13:50:50Nico_Preading a %pb tag at that place will cause a parse error
13:51:07linuxstbNico_P: Doesn't parse_token do too much though? i.e. updating wps_data with data for that subline
13:52:39Nico_PI think you're right
13:52:40linuxstbMaybe I should just loop through the token array myself...
13:53:08Nico_Pthat's what I was going to say... there's not much more you want to do in that case
13:54:35linuxstbBut then how can I tell what tokens are valid for conditionals? There doesn't seem to be a pattern in the token array
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13:58:52Nico_Pmaybe by calling the parse func
13:59:07linuxstbWhich parse function?
13:59:30Nico_Pthe one associated with the token. most of the time there's none
13:59:45Nico_Por you could just reject any token that has one
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14:00:07Nico_Phmm no
14:00:48Nico_P(I had forgotten the AA conditional tag had one)
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14:02:33linuxstbOn a slightly different subject, are images used in conditionals cleared? e.g. if you have an image to display on hold (but no image specified for hold off)
14:02:36markunis the Meizu M6 going to be target 101 or are there other players not committed already using this?
14:03:01Nico_Plinuxstb: IIRC they are
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14:11:33gevaertsUSB audio now "works" for both windows XP and linux. In Windows it just shows a pop-up saying it found a new usb audio device on first insert. Inserting the player a second time only makes a USB audio device appear in the device manager, so "normal" users probably won't ever see it.
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14:12:55gibbon_gevaerts: mind to ask what kind of usb audio support are you working out? anywhere i can read?
14:13:07gibbon_sounds interesting in a thousand different ways :)
14:14:23markungibbon_: there is some talk about it earlier in the logs
14:14:51gevaertsgibbon_: I'm open for feature requests ;)
14:15:13gibbon_ wait a second.. .examining lastlog results
14:16:33gevaertsIn it's current state it's only useful as a "better" Charging Only mode, in the sense that Windows doesn't ask for a driver
14:16:55gibbon_exporting mic/radio to the PC was a nice feature but i don't know if its possible
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14:17:10gibbon_ah, thats a great idea
14:17:38gibbon_hid was great, too
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14:18:09gevaertsBasically any audio streaming between PC and device should be possible, as long as you don't want more than two streams in each direction.
14:18:20gibbon_if you don't mind, i would be happy to explain a scenario to you, where HID/UMS coexistance would be very senseful
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14:18:43gevaertsGo ahead
14:19:01gibbon_i have an old iPod color device with a broken battery
14:19:11*gevaerts thinks it's time for a wiki page with "realistic" ideas
14:19:42gibbon_and i really like that one because its harddrive is capable holding most of the music i listen to regulary
14:20:36gibbon_imagine the rockbox in the ipod playing music... controlled by the pc... (use is limited to very very special cases)
14:21:19gibbon_controlled as in "some keys of the ipod keypad are emulatable using the pc"
14:21:40gibbon_while i speak i notice that serial was sufficient for that... nevermind
14:21:41domonokygibbon_: wouldnt hid be the other way round ? ie you can control the pc with your ipod :-)
14:21:53gibbon_domonoky: just got that, too :)
14:24:16gibbon_its a bit overkill...
14:25:34gevaertsgibbon_: it should be possible to export the volume/equalizer settings to the PC, so that if you don't need to change the playlist you can at least adjust the sound from the PC
14:26:39gibbon_i more thought of exporting a "universal keypad mapping" to the pc...
14:26:50gevaertsgibbon_: and then I'll implement HID so you can actually adjust the ipod volume from the ipod :)
14:26:51gibbon_since every pc keyboard looks similar...
14:27:15gibbon_speaking of a loopback? ;)
14:28:37domonokyhid would be nice for the simulator, control the sim with the real device :-)
14:28:59gibbon_well... THAT is some idea
14:31:02domonokyfor an added bonus, we should then also export the sim display via usb graphics to the player... *hehe*
14:31:28gibbon_gevaerts: what i thought of is to open a serial connectionto the device that emulates a generic input device... being able to use arrow keys to simulate menu movement and enter to select etc...
14:32:05gibbon_the device could send back metadata
14:32:26gibbon_in addition to possible debug output
14:33:18gevaertsgibbon_: that should be possible. usb serial already works on linux, and it should be easy to add that sort of functionality to it (I used it last week to change power management chip setting from my laptop)
14:33:55gibbon_gevaerts: ah.
14:34:33gibbon_i am still looking for someone who is into the sanyo tuner driver code :/
14:35:59gevaertsHow does the GUI work in general ? Does it get events on the button queue, or does the code read button states directly ?
14:36:15gibbon_i don't really know
14:36:42gibbon_in the latter case, it should be possible to implement such a behaviour very easily
14:37:05linuxstbIt can be either - the main GUI reads from button queue, but plugins may want to read button states directly
14:37:55gevaertsOK. I guess noone will want to control doom from hyperterminal anyway, so the usb serial driver could just inject button events in the queue.
14:40:20gevaertsIf anyone wants to have a go, look for the "Data received. TODO : Do something with it ?" comment in usb_serial.c. Incoming data is in receive_buffer, and the number of available bytes is in 'length'
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14:42:29Tuxguyffmpeg is telling me it can't find a suitable output. Does that mean I am missing encoders?
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14:48:45gevaertsTuxguy: it can also mean that you're not using the right options
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14:49:33Tuxguyoh ok
14:49:57gevaertsTuxguy: can you put the command line you're using on pastebin.ca or similar ?
14:50:13TuxguyAh, i got it working
14:50:19Tuxguyi typed ffmpeg ffmpeg -i, ...etc
14:50:20Tuxguylol
14:50:41TuxguyDoes 'time' mean how many seconds it has been running, or how many seconds into the movie? or something else?
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14:51:51gevaertsI think how many seconds into the movie
14:52:04Tuxguyoh , this is going to be a long day :)
14:52:16TuxguyIt's only like 180 seconds into the movie, and it's been like 5 minutes, lol
14:52:59gevaertsTry a short(ish) movie first, to see if the settings are OK for your player
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14:53:17TuxguyAh, i did a 1mb movie earlier, and it came out good
14:53:38TuxguyBut this is an 700mb mobie
14:53:40Tuxguymovie
14:54:18*gevaerts has to go now. Real life gets in the way
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14:56:23bluebrotherdomonoky: around?
14:56:30domonokyyes
14:57:06bluebrothernice. I just tried Qt 4.4.0-beta1 in regards of accessibility
14:57:23domonokyis it better ?
14:57:30bluebrotherthe QTabBar is now voiced correctly. Unfortunately QAbstractListView isn't :(
14:57:48bluebrotherwhich means all our progress windows aren't voiced correctly
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14:58:10bluebrotheroh, and do you have an idea about this issue? http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php?topic=15940
14:58:36bluebrotherdo you remember the bug ID you filed at trolltech for the QTabBar issue?
14:58:44domonokyhm..
14:59:51domonokyits task id 185584, but its still open..
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15:00:12domonokymaybe because 4.4.0 isnt released..
15:00:35domonokyand perhaps we can fild a replacement for our listview, which is better accessible ?
15:00:46domonokys/fild/find
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15:01:15bluebrothernot sure ... the same happens for the player selection (as it also is a QAbstractListView)
15:01:32SSnake@linux: Doom is the only plugin implementing a free function (even if i never looked if it's some sort of garbage collector or just a bunch of pointers moved). All other plugins rely on a simple "increment/decrement pointer" implementation
15:01:36bluebrotherneed to check the combo boxes again ... I think to remember there was something strange too
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15:01:44domonokyabout the voicefile issue, i dont know... i would have to make a few tests, to see where it gets clipped ..
15:02:41SSnakeand however all malloc functions are really "custom" (as you can see in mpegplayer) so _i think_ creating some sort of general API would not be so useful
15:02:44domonokythere is also a combobox issue on the task tracker of qt, but as far as i remember they work, if you open the combobox..
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15:03:25domonokyif you only use up/down, the combobox doesnt speak, but if you open the combobox list before it works..
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15:07:10Tuxguyhmm
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15:08:37domonokybluebrother: the listview in the progresswindow could probably be replaced with a QTextEdit, but i dont now if this is more accessible..
15:09:30TuxguyCan you preview a movie while it is encoding?
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15:11:12bluebrother^domonoky: can we show icons in the qtextedit as easy as in the list view? And how about the alternating background colors?
15:11:44domonokyTextedit can show markup, even html, so it should be possible..
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15:12:08linuxstbTuxguy: You can probably just play it - but these kinds of questions don't belong here...
15:12:09bluebrother^yep, but we would need to format everything on each update ... don't think this will make things easier :(
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15:12:32Tuxguylinuxstb, i tried to play it and the screen was blank
15:13:10domonokythe formating would be hidden in the progress class, and i think its possible to just append text.. so not much a problem..
15:13:25domonokythe only question is: how accessible would this be ?
15:13:42linuxstbTuxguy: Join #rockbox-community
15:13:46bluebrotherwell, as QLabel already speaks the formatting ...
15:14:33whoever_hi together - my iAudio X5 can't start with 30 % (or less) battery - can i change that? how is it possible to safe the battery??
15:18:36whoever_sorry for my english - I'm German
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15:24:57stripwaxwhoever_ - that might be the minimum needed to start the iAudio. How long does the battery last between full charges?
15:26:09whoever_ehm - stripwax , i'm not shure if I understand your question. But to load the iAudio it takes (without running Rockbox) neary 3 hours, and the iAudio runs with rockbox nearly 8.5hour
15:26:09whoever_s
15:28:27whoever_(to load the iAudio means to load the battery;) - that takes nearly 3 hours:))
15:29:04bluebrotherwhoever_: you're referring to charging ;)
15:29:15whoever_yes:=)
15:30:10whoever_or was the question how often I charge my battery? that is every second day
15:32:46bluebrotherdomonoky: do you know of any free screenreader for windows apart from NVDA?
15:33:28bluebrotherwhoever_: the question stripwax asked referred to the playtime until you need to recharge the player
15:33:38domonokybluebrother: unfortunatly not.. i tried with the Jaws installer, but you can only use it for an hour..
15:33:50bluebrotheri.e. if you charged the player, how long can you play music?
15:33:50whoever_ok - bluebrother and stripwax : that is nearly 8.5 hours
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15:35:57stripwaxwhoever_ - and does your battery still report 30% after 8.5 hours?
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15:36:15whoever_no, then it is on 4 or 5 %
15:36:20whoever_(to stripwax:))
15:37:19stripwaxSo the problem is, if you stop it before 8.5 hours, then you can't turn it on again without charging it first?
15:38:02whoever_stripwax, usually I turn it two times on with one chargning:)
15:38:05stripwaxI'm not sure if the battery level you get in rockbox is completely reliable. It might say 30% but it's still more like 4 or 5%
15:39:28whoever_stripway, I wouldn't say that - because I was looking to the battery and it is on 30% really 30%:)
15:39:28*bluebrother discovers narrator.exe :)
15:40:43stripwaxany rockbox devs with an iAudio know about this problem?
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15:47:44bluebrotherwhoever_: well, the problem might be that your battery starting to fail (no idea if the value you gave is a sign for that), and startup usually requires more battery than simple playback (due to required disc spinup)
15:48:07bluebrotherbut I'm not familiar with that player so I could be completely wrong about this ...
15:48:30whoever_bluebrother, and can't I do something, that the startup don't need so much battery?
15:49:00bluebrotherno. Startup requires to load files from disc, while when playing (and the files are already buffered) the disc can kept off
15:49:39bluebrotherbut you could check the runtime statistics wiki page and check what runtime you should expect off your player.
15:50:09whoever_how can I find the runtime statistic wiki?
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15:52:24markunCan anyone help me locate the Samsung S6D0129 or S6D0139 datasheet?
15:53:00bluebrotherhttp://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/BatteryRuntime
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15:53:36markunamiconn: one of them is probably the LCD-driver IC in the Meizu M6S models
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15:56:10yavihello
15:56:19whoever_bluebrother, tank you
15:56:20yavione question...
15:56:31yaviis it normal that when plaing flac files
15:56:46yavithey work badly?
15:56:51BigBambibadly how?
15:56:54stripwaxyavi - you only need to press Enter once, at the end of your sentence :)
15:56:56yaviI mean.. the tracks
15:56:57yavistops
15:57:08yavievery ...10 seconds or something like that
15:57:09BigBambiOn what player, what version of rockbox?
15:57:21yaviipod photo
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15:57:24BigBambiyavi: Please type full sentences
15:57:36BigBambiAnd what version of rockbox?
15:57:41yaviok BigBambi sorry
15:58:06yavimmm the last one I think 'cause I downloaded it about one week ago
15:59:27BigBambiyavi: Rockbox is uodated many times a day normally
15:59:32BigBambi*updated
15:59:44BigBambiPlease check again with the current build, then report back
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16:01:54gibbon_hmm
16:02:18bluebrotherdomonoky: interesting commit ... I had it building on windows :o
16:02:28gibbon_is there a way to keep the FM preset lists from reducing the list display to uniqes?
16:02:46domonokyit wasnt building for me, no operator << for a QDir..
16:03:16bluebrotherstrange. What Qt do you use?
16:03:37domonokyQt 4.3.3
16:04:22bluebrotherhmm, I have 4.3.3 on this box and IIRC 4.3.1 on the virtual one. Anyway, no real issue ;)
16:04:56domonokyyup, :-)
16:05:04bluebrotherreboot for testing JAWS ...
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16:07:05yaviI'll check about the version
16:07:44yaviBut I think it is updated, it only happends in some files not in all, maybe they got a bigger bitrate than supported?
16:11:21markunamiconn: found the datasheet
16:12:41linuxstbyavi: Rockbox shouldn't struggle with any kind of FLAC file (unless it's a high samplerate - e.g. 24-bit/96KHz),
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16:13:44bluebrotherdomonoky: just tied with jaws, the list gets spoken once you select the items
16:15:27yavilet me check what samplerate does it have
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16:15:45yavibecause the ipod was hotter than normal hehe
16:17:13bluebrothermaybe making the list items selectable (and autoselecting the last) would be sufficient
16:17:35TuxguyI am McLovin
16:17:37domonokywe should try it.. :-)
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16:18:19*bluebrother goes trying
16:19:01bluebrotherdang, jaws has some "nice" features ... like disabling font smoothing even if I didn't ask for it :/
16:20:48yaviit was 853kbits
16:20:54yaviis it too much?
16:23:08yavithe rockbox version is: r16592-080309
16:23:12gibbon_nevermind me... i was being silly
16:28:30yavidoes anyone know if it is normal to have problems with flac files at 717-853kbit avg ?¿
16:28:37bluebrotherdomonoky: what do you think about adding a "current state" label to the progress window that simply repeats the last entry?
16:29:13domonokybluebrother: if this helps for accessibility, sure..
16:29:32bluebrotherI think that would be a much nicer (and easier) solution
16:30:31bluebrotherstill I don't get all this accessibility stuff ... looks completely inconsistent to me
16:30:40bluebrotherespecially when comparing various screenreaders.
16:31:10domonokyyes, there is no real standard for accessibility.. and not much dokumentation...
16:31:43Llorean yavi: That's the bitrate, not the sample rate
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16:33:00yavimmmm... and where can I see the sample rate?
16:34:27linuxstbyavi: From the "view track info" option in the WPS context menu (accessed via a long-press of SELECT in the WPS)
16:35:14linuxstbyavi: But that bitrate is relatively low for FLAC - my files are normally closer to 1000kbit/s. If they are rips from CD, then they should be fine, it's only higher resolution audio that _may_ cause issues.
16:35:16yaviis it this? 44.100 Hz; 16 Bit; Stereo
16:35:34bluebrotherand I thought there is some kind of standard at least on windows.
16:35:37linuxstbYes - those should be fine, regardless of bitrate.
16:37:11yaviI've never ripped flac from my cds... so to make sure they will work correctly it can be up to 1000kbit/s on an Ipod photo? and 16-bit?
16:37:35yaviwhat is causing problems are a pair of domnloaded files in flac
16:38:04linuxstbIf you rip from CD, they will automatically be 16-bit/44.1KHz, and an ipod photo should handle them easily, regardless of bitrate.
16:38:43yaviso..you do not know why are there problems with the files I am saying?
16:39:19yavimaybe they are not working propperly due to something else I don't know
16:39:59linuxstbNo. I only use FLAC on my ipod photo, and have never had problems.
16:40:17yaviaham
16:40:35yavifor using it with the earphones I have enough with 320kbps in mp3
16:41:02yavibut when I connect it to the dock and it to the amplifier at home..I'd preffer them in flac..
16:43:01yaviah! and one more thing hehe
16:44:19yaviwhen the ipod is on the dock, I can't manage it from the remote control, is there any way to make it work?
16:44:38linuxstbyavi: Only if you're a programmer and can help implement it...
16:45:02yaviI'm affraid I'm not
16:45:14linuxstbSomeone is working on it, but it seems he only has about 30 seconds of free time a week...
16:45:34yaviOk ok
16:45:42yaviit was just to know if it was mande already hehe
16:45:45yavimade
16:46:24yaviI'll try to rip a cd to a flac to know where was the problem
16:46:48yavibecause by the way I don't find much in flac on the internet
16:52:48gibbon_hmm... i cant find the value for the maximum number of fm presets anywhere... how is this defined?
16:53:36yavilinuxstb and with *.ape could be problems when playing it?
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16:54:03linuxstbyavi: Definitely. Stay away from .ape on an ipod.
16:54:32yavidoes it take too much ...resources?
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16:54:51BigBambiyavi: ape is very computationally expensive to decode
16:55:01yaviaham
16:55:12yaviso better if I get it on flac
16:55:41linuxstbYes - FLAC is the opposite, one of the easiest codecs to decode (much simpler than MP3 for example)
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16:56:23yaviaham I found what I thought was flac was ripped to ape instead
16:56:37BigBambithat'll do it
16:56:49yavithanks a lot for your answers :)
16:57:00yaviI'll delete all .ape files
16:57:24linuxstbAlways a good idea...
16:57:55yavido you know somewhere to download flac files?
16:58:22yavi'cause on the emule and similar i don't find much
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16:58:46linuxstbyavi: This isn't a channel to discuss where to infringe copyrights...
16:59:55yaviok ok I won't dusturb you with that
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17:00:57linuxstbNico_P: I've noticed that the evaluate_conditional() function seems to be called in various places, but it has the side-effect of clearing an image, and also displaying the album art. I'm thinking that function shouldn't be doing anything on the screen.
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17:04:47Nico_Plinuxstb: I agree it would be better, but I think I did it this way to avoid having to iterate through the tokens another time
17:05:32linuxstbDoesn't that mean that album-art is displayed multiple times though? (and similar for image clearing)
17:06:17Nico_Peach is displayed everytime the WPS update reaches the corresponding tag
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19:04:54countrymonkeyCould fs#8716 receive a commit?
19:06:47Davide-NYCand while that person is at it maybe FS #8269 too. :)
19:07:55DefineBytei won't mention fs#8715
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19:12:24countrymonkeyYou mentioned it, haha
19:12:41DefineByteshh
19:14:01countrymonkeyAnd 8576
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19:20:56McLovinhmm
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19:21:07McLovin176x132 seems to be a tad big for an ipod nano
19:21:21McLovinAtleast, vlc is showing as about double an ipod nano screen
19:21:43DefineBytethe pixels are probably bigger on your monitor :)
19:22:19McLovinoh, lol
19:22:28McLovinI am McLovin!
19:23:09krazykitMcLovin: this is an on-topic channel. take non-rockbox chatter elsewhere
19:23:41McLovinI thought my question/statement was on topic for rockbox, as 176x132 is the resolution listed on the wiki
19:24:12krazykiti was talking about the part after that.
19:24:59McLovinoh
19:25:24McLovinxchat-aqua, macosx krazykit
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20:14:31kleviIpod 4th Gen doesnt build the database
20:14:39kleviAny clue as to why anyone?
20:14:51kleviupdated the build 10 minutes ago
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20:26:57kleviIpod 4th Gen doesnt build the database
20:27:01kleviAny clue as to why anyone?
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20:30:20gibbon_klevi: we could read that...
20:30:36kleviMore joined that didnt, thats all
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20:50:35krazykitklevi: you don't need to repeat your question over and over. if people read the logs they will see it. you just need to have patience is all.
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20:53:41Transiencedoes anyone in here know where i can get the current rockbox source for the ZVM? i'm having a bit of troube finding it .
20:54:57krazykitTransience: the latest patch should be on the tracker or in the ZVM thread in the New Ports forum
20:55:19Transienceokay thanks
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20:58:56Transiencehm... is there a way to get this through the VMware dev environment?
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20:59:53krazykitof course. once you've checked out the SVN source, you can apply the patches (though i don't know what progress has been made)
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21:01:43Transiencei've got the svn source, but i'm not sure how to download the diff into the vmware environment. is there a svn command to do this? (forgive my ignorance, i'm quite new to this)
21:02:13krazykitif the diff is on the tracker, just use a browser to download it
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21:14:50klevikrazykit: Alright, Sorry, though i repeated for those that recently joined
21:15:15BigBambiklevi: People come and go all the time. Those that are interested will read the logs
21:15:46kleviKay'
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21:52:34Acb5649i was thinking, and i think it would be a cool idea to implement .html support, as this could lead to an easier way to make games and other things...
21:53:25Acb5649any comments?
21:53:44scorchefeel free to do so ;)
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21:54:41scorchehtml can be tough to render..
21:55:11scorcheespecially with the variety of "standards and conventions" out there
21:56:12Acb5649yes, but still it could have lots of potential in other aspects of rockbox...
21:56:55BigBambihow would it help games?
21:57:03BigBambiand what aspects?
21:57:04*linuxstb_ was about to ask that
21:57:05scorcheor audio?
21:57:19BigBambiI can see it would be useful for viewing html files, but other than that...
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21:59:13scorcheand even then, one would likely want to change the html files a bit to make them better for use on a portable unit
21:59:50Acb5649i was leaving the other "aspects" to be decided by the reader...
21:59:54BigBambiIndeed, I would hate to try and view a 'standard' page on a DAP, but I can see that some might.
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22:00:08BigBambiAcb5649: So you mean you can't think of any
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22:00:26BigBambiAcb5649: And how would it help games then?
22:00:36`TannerI have a 2nd gen. nano, are there any builds that work for that?
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22:00:49linuxstb_`Tanner: No
22:00:57`Tanneralright. Thanks. :(
22:01:09BigBambiI was trying to reply, but it took me ages to find the ` on my keyboard
22:01:44Acb5649its next to the colon
22:01:52linuxstb_it's next to the 1
22:01:59BigBambiAcb5649: Not on my keyboard, it is next to the 1
22:02:13BigBambiAnd I clearly found it seeing as I typed it above
22:02:23linuxstb_You could have copy/pasted...
22:02:31BigBambiI know...
22:02:40BigBambiThe benefit of hindsight eh? :)
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22:07:13bluebrotherhtml making game support easier?
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22:14:43Acb5649yes
22:16:44BigBambihow?
22:17:39Bagderif you make each frame in the game a html page? ;-]
22:18:01BigBambi:P
22:18:14scorcheBagder: would make things a headache to bookmark ;)
22:20:01Bagderbookmarking in games is certainly one of the most missed features in rockbox... </sarcasm>
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22:26:13bluebrotherAcb5649: html != flash, if you mean that ...
22:26:58bluebrotherand javascript is another different beast. html is static.
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22:31:32*amiconn wonders whether Bagder noticed his proposed build additions
22:31:56BagderI didn't
22:32:11BagderI'm not a good log reader
22:32:31amiconnYou could add 3 fresh builds to the table, if you think we can live with 1 or 2 warnings in those builds
22:32:43amiconnM3 bootloader, target & sim
22:32:58Bagdernew builds in the table are always fun!
22:33:10Bagderyou want the zip files made available?
22:33:11amiconnThe target build isn't of much use atm
22:33:16Bagderok
22:33:30amiconnNo buttons apart from main & remote Play are working
22:33:42Bagderheh, yes that sounds a bit limiting
22:34:01amiconnMy developer build has all buttons working, but really sluggish, and it's kind of a hack
22:34:35amiconnThe good thing is that several things are identical and just work without further changes
22:34:48*amiconn already listened to the radio today
22:35:06amiconnpcm audio playback doesn't work yet
22:35:23Acb5649http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php?topic=15967.msg119200#msg119200 read this!
22:35:39amiconnI was able to adjust the volume as well, so FM i2c and TLV320 i2c work right out of the box
22:36:34bluebrotherAcb5649: why those annoying colors?
22:36:48BigBambibluebrother: What annoying colours? :)
22:36:49Bagderthey hurt my eyes
22:36:52bluebrotherand why "Reply soon"?
22:36:55BagderI certain't won't reply
22:37:00bluebrotherme neither.
22:37:30bluebrotherand gif "movies" are ... well, huge. Besides having no sound.
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22:37:40Bagderand crappy color
22:38:08bluebrother8 bit ... only our greyscale targets display less
22:38:23Acb5649i hope all thaat was sarcasam...
22:38:37BagderI wasn't sarcastic
22:38:45bluebrotherhmm, charger detection seems to not work on my mini. Might this be related to me using an USB enabled build?
22:38:53BigBambiAcb5649: Those are all accurate responses
22:39:05Bagderamiconn: M3 builds added!
22:39:12amiconnNice :)
22:39:18Bagdernow we just need a commit
22:39:24amiconnbluebrother: And not even much less nowadays...
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22:39:48bluebrotheramiconn: right ;-)
22:45:11bluebrotherhmm, looks like charger detection is missing for the mini?
22:46:17amiconnThe power management stuff is rather incomplete for many targets
22:46:30amiconnIt's also quite messy
22:46:47amiconnI will probably look into this because I'm more or less forced to
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22:47:58bluebrotherbecause of m3 works?
22:48:05bluebrotheror 1G/2G?
22:48:35amiconnx5, m5, m3, ipods (both 1g/2g and others) ...
22:48:47amiconnIt's one big mess
22:49:07bluebrothermy mini seems to set GPIOD3 on usb power
22:49:39amiconnUSB power != charger
22:49:48amiconnI know the port pins
22:51:47amiconnw00t!!
22:51:52*amiconn has sound :D
22:52:10amiconnIt was just the other i2s channel, like the other iaduios
22:52:14amiconn*iaudios
22:52:29amiconnTime for a Ladies & Gentlemen mail
22:52:38Bagderyay!
22:52:46domonokycongraz
22:52:53Bagderwe wanna see the commit first! ;-)
22:53:11BigBambiamiconn: congrats :)
22:54:11amiconnIt's a one-liner... just a sec
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22:56:18*bluebrother overlooked that
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23:02:53*bluebrother can't see anything indicating a charger on mini :(
23:03:10Bagder74 builds in 289 seconds (4mins 49secs) ...
23:04:14amiconnNow the build table is finally too wide for my screen, even with only single-digit scores in all cells
23:04:33amiconnbluebrother: Charger == firewire power
23:05:08bluebrotheramiconn: my mini doesn't set that pin if I connect the wall charger
23:05:13amiconnIt's a GPIO; don't remember which one from the top of my head
23:05:33*amiconn fetches mini, fw cable & charger
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23:06:05bluebrotherthe source tells it's GPIOC2
23:06:34bluebrotherbut I can only observe GPIOD3 changing when connecting the charger (does also when connecting to the PC)
23:07:24amiconnD3 is USB power, not ordinary charger power
23:07:39amiconnC2 is firewire power == charger power
23:08:23amiconnIt makes sense to distinguish these, because USB power can't charge as fast as firewire/external charger
23:08:35amiconnAs I said, powermanagement is a bit of a mess
23:09:07amiconnOf course USB power should also indicate charging via the charging animation, and more importantly: charge properly
23:09:15bluebrotherhmm. I don't understand why I'm not observing charger power in that case.
23:09:30linuxstb_Is your battery charged?
23:09:32amiconnPerhaps becasue you have an usb charger?
23:09:33bluebrotherI'm using a standard apple wall charger.
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23:09:39amiconnOf course USB power should also indicate charging via the charging animation, and more importantly: charge properly
23:09:44*bluebrother slaps forehead
23:09:44amiconnsorry
23:10:05amiconnAtm it doesn't. I didn't measure, but my guess is that it only charges at 100mA instead of the full 500mA
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23:10:24amiconnSame problem exists on X5/M5
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23:10:40bluebrotherright ... most annoying thing right now is that the mini boots when inserting the cable, and Rockbox frequently shuts down after idle poweroff (and the Ipod starts up again ...)
23:10:48*amiconn atm recommends charging the iaudios in the cowon loader, and the ipods in diskmode
23:10:56amiconnEverything else isn't usable atm
23:11:49amiconnYes. We need some target specific flags and/or functions, which handle the conditions under which the device can/ cannot be shut down, program charging currents, monitor states etc
23:12:13amiconnAll that needs to fit in a generic framework
23:12:32*bluebrother used disc mode until ums got that far
23:13:36bluebrotherBagder: what do you think about adding a link to rbutil to the download pages (next to the manual link)?
23:13:53amiconnApple provides both usb and firewire chargers. I'd go for the firewire version if possible, as the ipod charges faster with those (and they work even for the models which cannot communicate via firewire)
23:13:55Bagdera good idea methinks
23:15:48amiconnBagder: The delta table is kinda broken...
23:16:22Bagderit breaks with new targets
23:16:34amiconnYes, but unlike the main build table
23:16:49Bagderyes the main one is more cleverly written to handle that
23:17:18*amiconn wonders how difficult it would be to add the same cleverness to the delta table
23:18:16Bagdernot very hard, I've just not felt compelled to do it
23:18:51gibbon_i am still wondering, if theres a possibility to mute the fm tuner when the tuned station is unavailable
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23:56:39gibbon_hmmm
23:57:24gibbon_has someone a global call handy to read the current set volume or to set it to a specific level?
23:58:25gibbon_i want to give "reduce volume on dead stations" a try

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