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#rockbox log for 2008-08-16

00:01:06*HTMLCODER needs some street magic
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00:03:03scorche|shand a quieter nick...
00:03:53HTMLCODERscorche|sh: well... suggest one? Please?
00:04:09scorche|shhtmlcoder would work
00:04:43HTMLCODERscorche|sh: you mean, the big letters look unpleasant?
00:04:49HTMLCODERok...
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00:05:53htmlcoder_exescorche|sh: but you are the first one to notice, ever.
00:06:25scorche|shothers have noticed...just havent said anything to you ;)
00:07:09htmlcoder_exeThat was exactly what I mean. Read: "noticed, but did not say anything." ;)
00:09:05htmlcoder_exethe correct nick I have on many forums is "HTMLCODER.exe". And, oh, we're VERY offtopic.
00:10:27rasherlinuxstb: right, much better now (after I svn up...)
00:10:29scorche|shit is getting there ;)
00:13:00peturhmmm did anybody ever check the correctness of recording on H10?
00:15:19bertrikhtmlcoder_exe, that's quite low indeed, those numbers are battery voltages in units of 5 mV
00:16:52bertrikpetur, why are there two peak meters on c200 and e200 on the recording screen?
00:17:09petureh?
00:17:43peturaha
00:17:57*petur spots DC offset in the H10 recording
00:18:03bertrikI see: time / size / pm1 (left?) / pm2 (right?) / volume / gain / filename
00:18:20peturleft and right, yes
00:18:39bertrikoh, so I have a stereo microphone ? \o/
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00:19:01peturwe always show two, even for mono
00:19:40bertrikok, too bad. volume / gain / filename have to scroll now
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00:23:48*petur wonders where the DC offset comes from
00:25:02peturany H10 or WM8731 around ?
00:25:32rasherpixelma: Any opinion on FS #9278? It's hard to know if it's correct, considering the huge diff. Should we just trust him and revert if it turns out to be broken?
00:25:57scorche|shsaratoga: how goes the GSoC project?
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00:29:54pixelmarasher: I'm not sure but I thought JdGordon knows hebrew a bit, maybe ask him when he's around?
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00:30:12scorche|shhe should
00:30:30peturhmmm the WM8731 datasheet says the mic input has -6 to +34dB gain setting, so why do we only show 0 and +20dB?
00:30:34rasherpixelma: I'm not sure knowing the language matters in this case.
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00:31:59pixelmaI'd prefer reading the diff, seems if I want to I'd need to diff it myself
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00:33:14rasherpixelma: But the diff is 314K
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00:34:12pixelmaoh, so many changes
00:34:45rasherYeah, he rearranged the whole file. Which is why it's more or less impossible to tell if anything went wrong.
00:36:03rasherHis last update (which I failed to credit him for in the langfile! Bad!) was less intrusive, and looked proper
00:39:17pixelmahard to tell, but with the langv2 update you had to trust the translaters too... Did you run it through your script already?
00:39:26peturah, we only offer the mic boost on H10, not the variable gain. The two stage amplification doesn't even fit in the way we handle gain :/
00:41:50rasherpixelma: Looks good, except for having english voice strings
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00:43:34rasherThink I'll commit it, and we can deal with errors if they crop up. I'll add him as maintainer as well
00:43:49pixelmanot a strong opinion but I'd be in favour of committing it then and wait for the complaints
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00:44:34rasherGood enough for me
00:45:58rasherDammit, forgot the FS number in the commit.
00:48:09rasherI wonder if it would make sense to mirror the "dest" translations into "voice" when they're unset (or identical to english.lang). At least in places where english.lang has the same value in both places
00:52:40pixelmacould help as a start but maybe only do this in languages which obviously only have English voice strings and thinking of the "building database" string then limiting this to places where english has the same voice and dest strings might be wiser
00:52:57linuxstbrasher: I'm back now... Just tried your fixemptystrings patch, and have uploaded it to problems.php. Seems i have some work to do....
00:53:10peturbugger, seems we already enable the high pass filter in the WM8731, so where does the bloody dc offset come from :(
00:53:20linuxstbBTW, should the problems.php be showing the UN flag after a file upload?
00:53:40rasherlinuxstb: Yeah, that's just because I'm lazy
00:54:08rasherAnd to make it clear that it was an uploaded language, rather than the SVN one
00:54:51rasherpixelma: Yeah, indeed - I'll only do it for IDs where source and voice doesn't differ. I'll see how it goes
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01:02:20rasherpixelma: more than half the strings are equal from dest to voice in english.lang, so that should be a good starting point
01:04:09rasherlinuxstb: This should be interesting: rasher.dk/rockbox/translate/fixvoicestrings.php?lang=catala">http://rasher.dk/rockbox/translate/fixvoicestrings.php?lang=catala
01:05:21linuxstbrasher: Now you do that.... ;)
01:05:57rasherSorry..
01:07:16rasherThe two patches will conflict slightly, so it might be better to have a commit in between
01:08:34linuxstbYes, I've already done a little cleaning myself, so may commit that, then try your new script.
01:09:35rasherIt basically just loops through the language and does: if ($english[$id]['source'] == $english[$id]['voice']) { $lang[$id]['voice'] = $lang[$id]['dest']; }
01:12:07*linuxstb doesn't like the (still inconstent) use of title case in english.lang...
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01:12:47zymthhey
01:13:19linuxstbrasher: I guessed that. It gives a few false changes where the dest text is abbreviated to make it shorter, but the voice text is spelt in full
01:13:21rasherI just don't like title casing full stop. But it's not my language, so.
01:13:37rasherlinuxstb: Yeah, you should probably give that a quick check
01:13:49zymthi have a 5th gen ipod but it doesnt show up to rockbox utility program or the ipod pather am i missing something?
01:14:13linuxstbrasher: We agree again?
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01:14:30linuxstb"Are You Sure?" is just wrong...
01:14:57Chrononzymth: you're sure it's not a Classic, then?
01:14:59rasherSomewhere a four men in black are saddling their horses
01:15:38gevaertszymth: two guesses: (a) are you root or do you have admin rights? (b) Sure it's a 5th gen and not a classic?
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01:18:09zymthyeah its a classic :\ there isnt anything i can do about that either is there
01:18:29linuxstbebay?
01:18:32gevaertsYou could sell it and buy a 5th gen
01:18:50linuxstbOr a nice Gigabeat...
01:19:47gevaertsindeed. How could I forget?
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01:24:02pixelmarasher: late reply but sounds good :)
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01:24:38rasherpixelma: Looks good too - rasher.dk/rockbox/translate/fixvoicestrings.php?lang=catala">http://rasher.dk/rockbox/translate/fixvoicestrings.php?lang=catala Should be even more appropriate for other languages (since Catalan has a few voice strings filled out)
01:29:04*petur disables the high pass filter to see what that gives
01:32:35*petur smacks head on table
01:32:59peturwhen I *disable* the high pass filter the DC offset goes away
01:33:22*petur kicks wolfson hard
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01:42:20peturoh bugger... the variable mic gain is to be implemented using an external resistor
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01:50:05Chrononhmm... variable mic gain <=> hardware hacking.
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07:22:30*amiconn wonders why petur complained about wolfson
07:23:18amiconnThe ADCHPD bit is peroperly documented. WM8731.pdf page 51.
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09:07:15saratogaFS #9285 - Unified IMDCT library for Vorbis, WMA, and AAC
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09:07:26saratogafeel free to test on Coldfire and let me know if it sounds alright
09:07:39saratogabenchmarks and ARM testing also appreaciated, I have very few AAC tracks
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10:39:10JdGordonhmm... bugger, I meant to commit the pitchscreen viewport patch before 3.0.. any problems with it oging in during freze?
10:41:55n1sdoes it fix any bugs?
10:41:58peturhahaha... too slow :p
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10:43:39JdGordonwell.. it doesnt *Add* new features
10:44:52peturit's one of the last area's to be viewportified, right?
10:45:07petur*areas
10:45:26n1sif it doesn't fix anything i personally think you should hold off but if it isn't too intrusive i don't think many will care if you commit ;)
10:45:48n1ss/care/complain/
10:46:04JdGordonyeah, its one of the last parts which is actually used that needs to be converted
10:46:10JdGordonfm is the last mjor one
10:46:14peturif it is the last screen to be converted then I wouldn't object...
10:46:19JdGordonthen there is the eq screen and colour chooser
10:46:34JdGordonn1s: na, someone will complain :D they wont care though
10:46:34peturthen I'm against as well
10:47:12*JdGordon doesnt really care either way, just its ready to go and sensless sitting around getting out of sync
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10:52:52pixelmaJdGordon: there was quite a big hebrew update yesterday which reordered strings etc. Maybe you could test a bit on your targets whether unexpected menu items pop up (in case some feature: was set wrong)
10:53:25JdGordonI can read it.. undestanding is something completly different :p
10:53:46pixelmahehe, ok
10:54:01JdGordonTomers is Israeli (iirc) so I'd accept the patch as working without needing to check it anyway
10:54:35JdGordonI was going to commit it before rasher but I dont trust my computer to not mangle it which is why i didnt
10:55:15pixelmayes, it's not about the hebrew itself, just the features thing because in such a big change there could easily be mistakes
10:57:12JdGordonhmm, looking at the diff now.. its not very nice.. hundreds of 2 line changes
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10:58:18JdGordonoh what do you think about removing the deperacted strings and bumping the min version for 3.0?
10:59:39pixelmaI think that would be a good idea for 3.0
10:59:47n1sJdGordon: i thought about that but isn't tit better to do that _after_the release as it will break all voicefiles?
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11:00:39JdGordoneither would work
11:01:02pixelman1s: I can't follow that logic, why not have "3.0 voice files"?
11:01:17JdGordonwell at either point it would work for the 3.0 release...
11:01:35LloreanBreaking all voice files seems like something to do *for* the release.
11:01:38n1spixelma: my point is that the voicefiles people have now would work with the release
11:01:41JdGordonthe difference is do we let pre 3.0 voice files work? or do we say 3.0 files wont work the day after
11:02:11*JdGordon wonders if the theme site could be put up for the release
11:02:12pixelmathere is no check for matching
11:02:21LloreanVoice files break all the time anyway, but being able to say "You will need ones for 3.0" in advance will be nice.
11:02:33linuxstbpixelma, JdGordon: rasher added a nice file upload feature to his "problems.php" page, so you could upload the patched hebrew.lang there and see what it says - rasher.dk/rockbox/translate/problems.php?lang=hebrew">http://rasher.dk/rockbox/translate/problems.php?lang=hebrew
11:02:34LloreanEspecially if we can get the change done by the end of the week so people have a week to update their archives.
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11:03:07JdGordonlinuxstb: ok, thanks, ill give it a try the
11:03:08JdGordonn
11:03:12pixelmalinuxstb: yes, I know. I think he run it through that and it didn't find mistakes
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11:03:26n1si don't have a strong opinion about it so sure go ahead :)
11:04:07linuxstbIt would be nice to email the rockbox mailing list to warn users though.
11:04:49LloreanYeah
11:05:38LloreanWay I see it if it's going to be broken it should be done ASAP immediately followed by an email explaining all old voice files will be broken in preparation for 3.0 and as languages become up to date people can build new ones in preparation for the release.
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11:06:49JdGordondoes anyone expect any lang changes?
11:07:07JdGordondoing it now might also encourage people to update langs
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11:08:28JdGordonalso, for a bit of fun... anyone wanna update the logo a bit to include 3.0 somehow into it just for that build?
11:10:34linuxstbThe 13 logos? ;)
11:11:41JdGordonoh right..
11:11:48JdGordon*someone* might find that fun though...
11:11:59LloreanThe logo's pretty cramped as is.
11:12:06LloreanI think it'll be good enough just to change the version string.
11:12:40pixelmano... we need a shiny, glossy "3.0" over it.. ;)
11:12:43linuxstbI like the idea though, if anyone wants to do it...
11:14:30linuxstbBTW, does anyone know why most of the English strings are using title case?
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11:20:34amiconnThe version string is shown anyway on the logo screen...
11:21:30JdGordonanyone with an x5 wanna check out FS #9220?
11:24:46pixelmaJdGordon: I recorded with r18262 on my M5 without a problem
11:27:05JdGordon:(
11:27:32pixelmathe only thing what bothered me a bit was that the recording screen took ages to appear with dircache off and the disk had to spin up but I don't know whether that was the case before
11:28:24amiconnThere's one commit between r18117 and r18128 that may cause problems with an incomplete installation
11:28:55amiconndomonoky forgot to bump the codec api version(s) when committing the asap codec.
11:29:42amiconn(and btw, he should have added the new function at the end, avoiding to break backwards compatibility and hence keeping the min api version)
11:30:20pixelmaI also saw the disk full message when testing petur's changes on my Ondio but it turned out that it was my mistake not updating the complete build (including the languages)
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11:34:29vijayHello, Can sansa e200 be tweaked to act as wide band receiver?
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11:34:38vijayI know it can tune to FM range of frequency,
11:34:45vijayDoes the hardware limits to tuning into only below 200Mhz or can we exceed the limit ?
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11:40:38JdGordonanother x5 bug... 6312
11:41:38amiconnFixed quite a while ago...
11:41:52amiconnBootloader v4 properly checks the hold switches
11:44:18amiconn(which caused a few complaints, as it now shuts down if it finds neither power button still pressed, so you have to hold the power button a little longer)
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11:44:35amiconnIt's the same behaviour as on the irivers though
11:45:20JdGordonall the SYSFONT langs are gone now yeah?
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11:46:13JdGordonnope :/
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11:48:10amiconnJdGordon: I wanted to add the revision that fixed it, but you were faster...
11:49:31amiconnr16689, 17 Mar 2008
11:49:49JdGordonoh well...
11:50:33*amiconn wonders what would be the best way to notice fs reports for bugs he fixed because he was annoyed by them himself
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11:57:53JdGordoncheck the weekly email for a quick listing?
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12:05:34amiconnAs for the viewported pitchscreen - I'd say vieportifying screens can be seen as fixing bugs
12:06:01amiconnBtw, the radio screen does have a problem now because it's not converted to viewports
12:06:42amiconnIf you enter the radio context menu, or the station list, and the list has an entry that needs to scroll, this scrolling line stays when going back to the radio screen, messing it up
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12:09:37JdGordonyeah, ok, that should be a fairly simple fix
12:09:52*JdGordon will try to rmemeber to do that after fixing his server
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12:20:38n1sanyone with an ipod nano want to check out FS #7527 probably already fixed...
12:23:20linuxstbmcuelenaere: How are things going with the theme site?
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12:23:49mcuelenaerelinuxstb: I haven't been doing much work on it lately..
12:23:56mcuelenaeremost of the upload stuff should be working
12:23:59mcuelenaerehaven't tried it though
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12:25:41amiconnSpeaking about bugs - is the "playback doesn't work after recording" still there? And which ipods are affected by it?
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12:27:20linuxstbI think it's the 4g/color/photo, nano and video. I haven't tested recently, but I would guess it's still there.
12:27:45amiconnHmm, then I should check on my photo
12:27:56amiconnI would think this shouldn't be too hard to fix
12:28:14amiconnPlayback after recording does work on the H10, so there's probably just some oversight
12:28:41linuxstbI think it's related to the wmcodec drivers.
12:29:16n1sdoes the nano even have the necessary hardware to record?
12:29:27amiconnWell, if it is, playback after recording should work on the 3rd Gen
12:29:40amiconn(3rd Gen uses WM8731, same as H10)
12:29:52linuxstbIs recording implemented at all on the 3rd gen?
12:30:34amiconnNot sure
12:31:00amiconnn1s: Afaik it does, but it can't record from the headphone socket, so you need a dock connector
12:31:18amiconnThe only ipods which cannot record are 1st/2nd Gen, and the Minis
12:31:27n1samiconn: aha
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12:35:58JUSTWJXhey
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12:36:34wpy1mcuelenaere: I found out how to calculate the checksum in 5.bin and onda.bin :)
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12:36:44mcuelenaerewpyh: good :)
12:37:08wpyhinstead of adding all the bytes four at a time, we should simply add it ne at a time -_-"
12:38:31linuxstbamiconn: It seems the PP5002 is lacking recording code. Should be relatively easy though (there is the IPL code as a reference), and I think the 3G can record via the headphone socket, so no special cable needed to test.
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12:39:07wpyhso uh.. mcuelenaere, have you looked at the bin files?
12:39:14wpyhI'm trying to figure out which file dos what
12:39:22mcuelenaereno, not really
12:39:40mcuelenaereAFAIK the first 1->8~9 do SDRAM, NAND initialisation
12:39:47mcuelenaere& some USB testing
12:40:16amiconnlinuxstb: Yeah, but a G3 needed to test ;)
12:40:28wpyhhm...
12:40:48JUSTWJXWhat are you talk about?
12:41:02linuxstbamiconn: You don't have one?
12:41:03mcuelenaerewpyh: btw I think I know how to solve the weird crashing bug
12:41:07amiconnNo
12:41:10mcuelenaere(if you have been following the forum thread)
12:41:17*pixelma wonder where DerPapst is
12:41:41*amiconn has a lot of targets meanwhile, but far from a complete collection
12:41:49wpyhmcuelenaere: from what I know, some bin files are programs, some are just parameters. we know that 1.bin, 3.bin, 5.bin, 7.bin and 10.bin are programs, while 2.bin is a return code, and 4.bin, 6.bin, 8.bin and 9.bin are just parameters
12:41:55bluebrotherok ... ipodpatcher unmounts the player on os x using diskutil. Does someone know how long it will take until the player gets remounted automatically again?
12:42:14mcuelenaerewpyh: ah yes that's true; I know one of them is just a DMAC value
12:42:29mcuelenaere(DMA controller)
12:42:54amiconnlinuxstb: The bug is still there (on my Photo), and it causes rather funny behaviour...
12:42:58JUSTWJXabout M6
12:43:03mcuelenaerewpyh: so you want to replicate the OF upgrading or ...
12:43:04mcuelenaere?*
12:43:04JUSTWJX?
12:43:05JUSTWJX?
12:43:13wpyhhm...what's a "DMA controller value"?
12:43:26wpyhJUSTWJX: we're talking about the Onda VX7?7
12:43:36mcuelenaerehmm it was one of the DMA controller registers, I'm not sure which
12:43:37wpyhuh.. right now only VX7{4,6}7 :p
12:43:46wpyhmcuelenaere: JUSTWJX has a Meizu M6
12:43:59amiconnPlayback starts without freezing. Peakmeters show changing values, and depending on the exact resume position, the playtime may switch back & forth a second.
12:44:09JUSTWJXamazing,onda product is under developing~
12:44:12amiconnBut no sound, and no true advancing of playback
12:44:26JUSTWJXalso intersting
12:44:54wpyhJUSTWJX: I found out how to restore the Onda firmware on Linux, so right now I'm mainly cloning the firmware restore tool
12:44:55wpyh:p
12:45:24JUSTWJXi see
12:45:42JUSTWJXrockchip−−>rockbox :-)
12:46:20JUSTWJXI just got a psp2000 recent
12:46:23mcuelenaereJUSTWJX: these Onda's don't use Rockchip, but Ingenic chips
12:46:34mcuelenaereIngenic Jz4732 to be more precise
12:46:51JUSTWJXI had a 747 years ago
12:47:56amiconnlinuxstb: Haha, check wm8975.c, line 278ff. What does that tell you?
12:47:56wpyhyeah, in fact I had a Rockchip player −− I didn't know how to, so it never did support Rockbox −− the OPPO D29
12:48:01amiconnThis cannot work....
12:48:17wpyhJUSTWJX: you can contribute by buying a vx757 or vx777 ;)
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12:49:37wpyhmcuelenaere: do you mean one of the files is not a program but a DMA controller register?
12:49:54wpyhI mean, it's being copied to a register area to initialize the DMA controller?
12:49:58amiconnThe wolfson is completely disabled after recording
12:50:08amiconnCompare that to the wm8731 driver
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12:50:27JUSTWJXwait,what should i fill the server in pidgin to enter the IRC?
12:50:59mcuelenaereno no, AFAI can remember the code before it (i.e. 3.bin) initialized the DMA controller to do some transfer and the EXE was trying to get the status or something like that
12:51:00bluebrotherirc.freenode.net
12:51:16mcuelenaereI'm not sure what it was and I think I lost my notes about it
12:51:26wpyhhm...
12:51:52mcuelenaerewpyh: didn't you had a log of which values were send and received? (from which addresses)
12:52:02wpyhyes, I do
12:52:07JUSTWJXno respoding~~~
12:52:13JUSTWJX irc.freenode.net
12:52:14JUSTWJX irc.freenode.net
12:52:15mcuelenaerewpyh: is it on the wiki or somewhere else?
12:52:16DBUGEnqueued KICK JUSTWJX
12:52:16JUSTWJX irc.freenode.net
12:52:25wpyhbut I'm not a hardware hacker, you know, so I don't understand them ;)
12:52:37mcuelenaerewell I should ;)
12:52:47wpyhmcuelenaere: it's on my laptop... alright, I'll upload them :D
12:52:48mcuelenaerebut I'm not a hw hacker either
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12:53:03wpyhyeah
12:53:55amiconniPod G4, Color/Photo, and Nano all use the WM8975 driver. Video uses WM8758 driver which has the same issue
12:54:22wpyhbtw, do you know what CCDL, IMPT, EXPT and RAWD are?
12:54:33pixelmaforum question: is it possible to place an image (I'd attach to the post, not linking from an external site) inside the text?
12:54:39wpyhI found those strings at the start of VX767_V1.0.dl
12:54:41mcuelenaerewpyh: yeah, I think I have it documented somewhere
12:55:06wpyhmcuelenaere: I vaguely remember that... but google for rockbox.org didn't turn up any results
12:55:09mcuelenaereCCDL: ChinaChip (DownLoader?), IMPT: IMPorT, EXPT: EXPorT, RAWD: RAWData
12:55:18Lloreanpixelma: AFAIK, yes.
12:55:19mcuelenaereit's a kind of executable format
12:55:21wpyhhm...
12:55:22mcuelenaerelike ELF or PE
12:55:33mcuelenaerebut made by ChinaChip
12:55:40pixelmaLlorean: do you perhaps also know how?
12:55:43wpyhweird, then why only vx767 needs it, and not vx747?
12:55:45mcuelenaerethey use it for their codecs and games
12:55:58mcuelenaerenope, every firmware has it (even the ainol v2000se)
12:56:06Lloreanpixelma: No clue, sorry. I'm just pretty much certain I've seen it done already.
12:56:06mcuelenaerebut apparantly only some use it as fw recovery
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12:56:35pixelmaLlorean: ok, thanks anyway
12:56:40wpyhhm...
12:56:51wpyhweird :p
12:57:03JUSTWJXhelp,it says unable to connect the server
12:57:10JUSTWJXpidgin
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12:57:27wpyhJUSTWJX: please ask your IRC problems at #rockbox-community
12:58:20bluebrotheror even better, ask the pidgin guys ;-)
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12:59:03amiconnlinuxstb: Btw, the WM8985 driver (cowon D) also has this problem (probably not that important yet).
12:59:04JUSTWJXsorry
12:59:09amiconn*D2
12:59:11JUSTWJXforget the /
12:59:36pixelmaLlorean: if I understand http://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php?action=help;page=post correctly then I'd need the URL of the thread to do so? (hope you get that page in English)
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13:00:49pixelmathe problem is that I seem to be unable to check before posting (as attaching is done at the same time)
13:01:13JUSTWJXwhen can we get the rb frimware of m6
13:02:00Lloreanpixelma: Unfortunately, I don't think it has a simpler way by default.
13:02:14LloreanOr rather, at all without modification
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13:02:46pixelmaI'll just try then. It's not a big problem if it doesn't work but would be nicer if it did
13:04:31wpyhmcuelenaere: I'm trying to edit OndaVX747; how do I make the tables (under IHFS file system format) be indented according to the bullet level?
13:04:50gevaertsJUSTWJX: when it's ready...
13:05:20mcuelenaerewpyh: I haven't figured that one out yet..
13:05:34wpyhhm... ok
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13:20:40wpyhis anyone here familiar with the twiki installation at our site?
13:21:04wpyhI can't seem to make use of the multi-row span thing... it TablePlugin not installed?
13:21:10wpyhs/it/is/
13:22:06wpyhhm... but MeizuM6Port uses it...
13:23:14wpyhah, (for the logs) I found that I need to use %TABLE{...}% to start the table, or it won't work
13:23:17wpyhweird :p
13:29:56amiconnHmm
13:30:20amiconnI just noticed that we're not using the best possible compression for 'make zip', 'make 7zip' and 'make gzip'
13:30:38amiconnOnly 'make bzip2' uses best compression (because it's the default for bzip2)
13:30:49amiconnShall I change that?
13:31:31amiconnThis would lead to smalller downloads for the users, and probably also a bit faster build rounds
13:31:43gevaertsHow much slower will building itself be?
13:31:54CtcpIgnored 1 channel CTCP requests in 0 seconds at the last flood
13:31:54*gevaerts expects "not that much"
13:32:07amiconnThat's very hard to predict, due to the variety of machines
13:32:29amiconnBut I think the saved upload size will outweigh the slightly higher cpu demand
13:33:05amiconnAll the mentioned commandline archivers support regulating compression level (-1 ... -9)
13:33:23amiconnBut for zip, 7za and gzip, -9 isn't the default, but -5 or -6
13:33:39*gevaerts decides to try how much slower zip would be here
13:34:32*amiconn will compare compressed filesizes
13:34:56amiconnThe switch for 7za is -mx=9 btw
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13:37:57amiconnErr, for gzip we're already using best compression
13:38:47wpyhmcuelenaere: I'm reformatting the OndaVX747 page; I hope that's okay with you
13:39:04mcuelenaerewpyh: np
13:39:20mcuelenaerejust keep the old info ;)
13:39:22wpyh:)
13:39:38wpyhyeah, the info (mostly) doesn't get deleted −− just reformatted
13:39:41amiconnSo best compression is probably wanted
13:40:19amiconnThe saving isn't great though
13:41:13mcuelenaereamiconn: have you seen the .tar patch at flyspray? (not related to the compression values though)
13:41:31amiconniPod color: zip: 2170KB->2161KB, 7z: 1469KB->1465KB, fullzip: 5298KB->5264KB
13:41:56gevaertsamiconn: time differences are mostly negligible, but (as in your test) size differences too (I tried c200)
13:42:28amiconnWell, as it certainly won't hurt, I'll change it
13:44:48mcuelenaerethe WPS editor still needs *a lot* of cleanup, setting -Wall spits out lots of warnings..
13:45:25*gevaerts hopes that the bandwidth saved by amiconn's change won't be all eaten up by the extra svn update traffic
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13:57:01KopfgeldjaegerCan I somehow help to make the Sansa e2xx v2 work?
13:57:56advcomp2019Kopfgeldjaeger, it does not work right now.. you have to follow the thread on the forum
13:58:32KopfgeldjaegerI know that it does not work. So I asked how I can help to make it work :) Thanks for the hint to the forum
13:58:32pixelmaI think he knows...
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14:01:41crwlis somebody actually using the rockbox's high speed usb implementation with sansa e200? i seem to get some corruption with more than 50% of the files i copy to a 8 GB microsdhc card
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14:02:35Lloreancrwl: There's a reason it's not enabled by default and requires a compile-time enable...
14:02:54gevaertscrwl: can you test copying files between internal flash and the sdhc card, and see if that is error-free?
14:02:59crwli understand that :)
14:03:00bertrikI thought gevaerts already fixed the corruption problem
14:03:25gevaertsI fixed the only way I can see usb interacting with it
14:03:37pixelmacrwl: and do you connect through a hub or front ports, a laptop?
14:03:59crwlnope, using the connectors that are in the motherboard of my desktop machine
14:04:14crwlgevaerts, i'll try that after i've finished copying some stuff to the card using a card reader
14:04:14gevaertsI don't think that the corruption and hub issues are related
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14:11:13crwlgevaerts, i copied one album and the md5sums are same
14:11:25crwlnot a comprehensive test, though... should i try with more files?
14:11:37gevaertsIf you can, yes please
14:12:53crwldamn it's fiddly to get a microd card out of a sd adapter
14:14:25crwlmicrosd*
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14:21:06crwlnow I copied some 360 MB and the md5sums are still same
14:23:06gevaertsSo it's still usb-related
14:23:12*gevaerts doesn't understand
14:23:52Lloreancrwl: What SVN revision were you last experiencing corruption with?
14:25:06crwlwell, i built it yesterday
14:27:01LloreanThat doesn't actually tell me what SVN revision it was. You should check that on the player to make sure that nothing went wrong copying. As well, I assume the only change made is enabling USB and high speed?
14:27:15crwlr18285M-080815
14:27:19crwlyes
14:28:03crwli'll try copying some more stuff just to get sure it doesn't occur when copying within rockbox...
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14:35:39crwli copied 936 MB, still the same md5sum...
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14:53:17wpyhmcuelenaere: what does the "VR" in "VR_GET_CPU_INFO" stand for?
14:53:27mcuelenaereI don't know
14:53:30mcuelenaereI don't think it matters
14:54:17mcuelenaerewpyh: the USB protocol is pretty good described online (and publicly by Ingenic), so you won't need the datasheet for it
14:54:24mcuelenaerein fact, the datasheet is harder to understand ;)
14:54:50wpyh:)
14:55:25wpyhanyway, I reformatted the page and added a description of the HXF file format (the one on the ChinaChip page is basically code :P)
14:56:22wpyhmcuelenaere: but we do need to document it though, since different players are slightly different from each other
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14:57:26wpyhalso, I'm thinking of minimizing the number of bin files, now that we understand some bin files are just parameters
14:58:33mcuelenaerewpyh: what does FDAW mean?
14:59:45wpyh2.bin is a return code, and we just need to check for it to be 0x00000000; 4.bin is comprised of the checksum of 3.bin and the length of 3.bin; 6.bin is a parameter to be sent to the device, 0x00000001; 8.bin is a return code of 0x00000001; 9.bin is a return code of 0x01
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15:00:43wpyhwell, I don't know what it means, but it's the signature of HXF files...
15:00:58wpyhjust like IHFS for IHFS images
15:01:12wpyhin the HXF file, it's encoded in little-endian, so it looks like WADF
15:01:48wpyhI'm not sure though; the first 8 bytes could well be a signature string "WADF0100", with "0100" indicating the format version
15:04:15mcuelenaerewpyh: about the return codes etc, how do you know you need to check them to be that particular value? RE?
15:04:43wpyhmcuelenaere: good question −− it's just a guess
15:04:48mcuelenaere:)
15:04:59wpyhbecause vx747 and vx767 behaves the same way in that respect :p
15:05:02mcuelenaereyou could reverse engineer the code (if you can read MIPS disassembly)
15:05:22mcuelenaereor the fw upgrade program (thats x86) ;)
15:05:39wpyhbtw, I don't have much time, so I've attached what I currently know in firmware_flash_procedure.txt (for vx767 only)
15:05:57wpyhwell, I think it would be better to check the fw upgrade program :p
15:06:12wpyhor, we could have a set of bin files with a .conf file
15:06:40wpyhthen our tool (usbtool maybe) will read the conf file to get the names of all the bin files needed, and the values to check
15:07:09wpyhwe can also encode them in usbtool and create a different function for each device (i.e. one for vx747, one for vx767, etc)
15:07:23mcuelenaerewpyh: 0xB3020060 = DMAC_DSAR(3)
15:07:30wpyhhm...
15:07:35wpyhwhat's that?
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15:07:51mcuelenaereDMA source address for DMA controller nr3
15:08:01wpyhah, in the usbtool source? ;)
15:08:17mcuelenaereso probably the code sets this particular DMAC up and the fw recovery tool reads the source address (for some reason)
15:08:26mcuelenaereyeah, it's in firmware_flash_procedure.txt
15:08:56mcuelenaerewpyh: about the set of .conf files: sounds good to me, but currently I won't be really involved in making it :)
15:09:00wpyhmcuelenaere: that part of firmware_flash_procedure.txt is copied straight from usbtool :p
15:09:13mcuelenaereahh ok, but those are the same values or not?
15:09:18mcuelenaereon your vx767
15:09:21wpyhyes, all the same values
15:09:57wpyhexcept for the last one −− 0x80e10008 vs 0x80e00008
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15:10:43mcuelenaerek
15:10:56wpyhand uh.. _STAGE2(x) basically starts the program at x, meaning it executes code at x, huh?
15:11:13mcuelenaereyes, but there's a difference with STAGE1
15:11:21mcuelenaerein STAGE1 the code is supposed to return, in STAGE2 not
15:11:32mcuelenaere(return to the build-in boot ROM)
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15:11:57mcuelenaereso you basically upload code to x and run it
15:11:57wpyhah, ok
15:12:13mcuelenaere(on the Ingenic wiki page there's a small memory layout description)
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15:12:47mcuelenaere(0x800 << 16) -> ((0x8000 << 16)+16kB) is ICache
15:12:56wpyhhm...
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15:13:04mcuelenaeres/0x800 << 16/0x8000 << 16/
15:13:04*wpyh doesn't understand what i-cache is
15:13:17mcuelenaereit's some kind of super fast IRAM
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15:13:27mcuelenaerewhich doesn't need initialisation because it's on the CPU itself
15:13:28wpyhah
15:13:30wpyhok
15:13:33mcuelenaereso code can be placed in it without problems
15:13:45mcuelenaereso the first code there should init SDRAM so other code can be placed in it
15:13:54mcuelenaere(and should init other basic stuff)
15:14:15mcuelenaerebut like I said, Rockbox doesn't need to worry about all this because the ChinaChip bootloader will do all this for us
15:14:48wpyhso the first step is to write an init code at 0x8000<<16, then check that initialization is successful by reading DMAC_DSAR(3) -> that's the reason it reads from this address
15:15:05wpyhwell, yes, RB doesn't need to touch this stuff... :p
15:15:06mcuelenaereno there's no particular need for DMA access
15:15:12mcuelenaerebut ChinaChip does this for some reason
15:15:36wpyhmaybe because it's going to write the NAND later, so it initializes the DMA engine?
15:15:45mcuelenaerecould be
15:15:54mcuelenaereperhaps at that stage, it already has NAND initialized
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15:16:48wpyhmaybe not... I don't know, but I think it's just basic initialization
15:17:01mcuelenaereanyway, I hope you'll get this tool done soon so you can start hacking 'the real thing' ;)
15:17:07mcuelenaeregtg now
15:17:13wpyhok..
15:17:14wpyh:p
15:17:20wpyhare you in a hurry?
15:17:28mcuelenaerecurrently yes
15:17:32wpyhah, ok
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15:18:03mcuelenaere.. or not
15:18:08wpyhhm? :p
15:18:12mcuelenaereperhaps I won't need to go now
15:18:23*wpyh needs to go soon, but not now
15:18:49wpyhanyway, we can divide the recovery procedure into 8 steps
15:18:57wpyheach step except the last one ends with _FLUSH;
15:22:26wpyhthe first step is as above
15:22:59wpyhthe second step is sending 3.bin, this is probably the nand loader since it contains the string "NAND Booting..."
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15:57:15mcuelenaerelinuxstb: should the admin panel in the theme site have the ability to edit the description of (to be accepted) themes?
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15:59:39linuxstbmcuelenaere: My understanding is that there is no such thing as "to be accepted" themes - they're automatically published if they pass the validations.
15:59:55mcuelenaereahh, I thought some manual validation was needed?
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16:00:05mcuelenaeredamn, I just implemented it :)
16:00:33wpyhthe third step is sending the checksum and length of 3.bin to 0x80d0<<16
16:00:54JdGordonthe codec api was technically invalid for 170 commits?! :O
16:00:55rasherlinuxstb: I think it makes sense to include for things like porn and obvious copyright violations
16:01:12mcuelenaerewpyh: about those strings, they are sent over UART so they can be read if you have the tools
16:01:15*wpyh will continue later
16:01:30wpyhmcuelenaere: which strings?
16:01:39linuxstbrasher: I think the plan was the opposite - implement a "report this theme" type system where any user can highlight possible problems with themes. Admins would then have the ability to delete/hide suspect themes.
16:01:40wpyhJdGordon: you mean ogg vorbis decoding problem?
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16:01:53mcuelenaerewpyh: "NAND Booting"; see 15:22:57 (in my timezone ;) )
16:02:22linuxstbrasher: IMO there will be enough eyes looking at the site to spot problems very quickly.
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16:02:56rasherlinuxstb: but will someone be aroudn with powers to fix it? That's usually the problem, rather than spotting problems
16:03:08wpyhmcuelenaere: you mean sending 3.bin?
16:03:11linuxstbThere was also a legal argument (by scorche IIRC) that we don't want to "approve" themes before publishing them.
16:03:48mcuelenaerewpyh: yes; but what I meant is that those strings you'll find in the binaries are sent over serial for debugging purposes
16:03:56mcuelenaerejust a annotation :)
16:04:02linuxstbrasher: I don't feel that strongly either way (especially if mcuelenaere has now implemented it one way) - I'm just trying to recall earlier discussions...
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16:04:53wpyhmcuelenaere: do you mean, sent over a serial wire / debug / jtag? then it should be a program :)
16:05:10mcuelenaerewpyh: serial wire
16:05:22wpyhok
16:05:24mcuelenaerewhat do you mean with "then it should be a program" ?
16:05:41wpyhwell, then it should be an executable, right?
16:05:45mcuelenaereyep
16:05:49mcuelenaereactually all of them are
16:05:52mcuelenaerealmost all*
16:05:56wpyhuh, yeah
16:06:03mcuelenaerethey aren't sending any data AFAIK
16:06:10mcuelenaere(except those embedded in the code)
16:06:13wpyhexcept some parameters
16:06:13wpyhyeah
16:06:15mcuelenaereand the headers and stuff
16:06:20wpyhand if you look at onda.bin (formerly 10.bin)
16:06:50wpyhthere are multiple references to 0x08e1 (remember that we run the code from 0x08e1<<16)
16:06:57mcuelenaere(btw I renamed 10.bin to onda.bin because that way I wouldn't be replacing the original file for my Rockbox experimenting)
16:07:06mcuelenaerewpyh: you mean in the code?
16:07:27wpyhyes, inside onda.bin
16:07:34mcuelenaereyes of course, it's code:)
16:07:52mcuelenaereevery call inside will have a reference to functions
16:07:54wpyhwell, I'm only looking at the first 256 bytes right now...
16:08:03mcuelenaerehmm the vx767 ones ?
16:08:15wpyhand it seems like there's a function table or something
16:08:16wpyhyeah
16:08:33wpyhit has a size of 217984 bytes
16:08:53wpyhgtg for a while
16:09:03mcuelenaereyeah that's the export/import table
16:09:07mcuelenaereit's documented somewhere I think
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16:09:52mcuelenaerewpyh: when you come back: http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/ChinaChip#dl_file
16:10:16JdGordonwpyh: no, look at amiconn's commit... the api version wasnt bumped
16:11:33mcuelenaerewpyh: I had an IDA plugin for it once which worked pretty good; it showed where every imported call was referenced
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16:59:34bozemanlukeI am seeking permission to start a predevelopement port in the wiki for a Sony NW e507. I have the Service manual pdf, ability to scan the pcb if needed.
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17:06:26linuxstbbozemanluke: So you want wiki write permissions? I assume you're LukeWalker?
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17:22:05linuxstbbozemanluke1: So you want wiki write permissions? I assume you're LukeWalker?
17:22:19bozemanluke1Yes Please. Im sorry i got disconnected and mirc kept tellling me my user name was alredy in use.
17:22:43linuxstbOK, done.
17:22:51linuxstbWhat CPU does the NW e507 have?
17:23:01bozemanluke1Thank you.
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17:29:35bozemanluke1Please pardon my ignorance but from what i can tell on the service manual the "system controller" which looks like the processor is only labeled IC400.
17:29:50linuxstbHelpful...
17:33:30linuxstbAre firmware upgrades available? Do you have any idea yet how you will run your own code on it?
17:37:38bozemanluke1Yes, firmware is upgradeable. No, no idea on how I will run my own code.
17:39:35linuxstbDo you have a link to the service manual? Before you do too much work, you should identify the CPU - if it's not supported by gcc (the compiler we use to build Rockbox), then the port will be _extremely_ hard...
17:43:50*linuxstb finds it via google
17:45:14bozemanluke1no you wont find it i had my buddy get it from sony back end. (it is out there for purchase). isnt there a wasy to file transfer through irc?
17:48:15linuxstbDCC doesn't work for me here... I found it here though (but you need to register to download) - http://www.atraclife.com/downloads/files.php?cat=4
17:49:34linuxstbYes, "IC400" is the name of the main CPU/SoC, which is a "CXR704060-202GA"...
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17:51:15linuxstbAnd there is some info on that here - http://www.sony.co.jp/~semicon/english/img/sony01/a6806322.pdf
17:51:46linuxstbA pretty standard arm7tdmi core, so gcc supports it (and many Rockbox targets use that core - e.g. the ipods)
17:53:17bozemanluke1awesome.
17:53:51linuxstbAlthough unless your device has an external RAM chip, it's only got 256KB of RAM (plus 192KB of ROM), which is smaller than Rockbox...
17:55:49bozemanluke1no external ram chip that i am aware of
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17:57:25linuxstbBut it's not going to be an easy port. Even though the CPU _core_ is known (and documented), you'll still need to either find a detailed datasheet showing how to program the rest of the SoC, or reverse-engineer that information from Sony's firmware. Plus you need to figure out how to run your own code, which could be hard if sony have encrypted the firmware upgrades...
17:57:56linuxstbAnd then you'll need to adapt Rockbox to work with so little RAM...
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18:05:46bozemanluke1Detailed Data Sheet maybe possible. Yeah i heard about the possiblity of sonys hardware only accepting their encrypted firmware.
18:06:27bozemanluke1May even be able to talk directly to an engineer at sony. (have the access and ability to as a certified repair) But am having trouble trying to come up with the senerio to socially engineer the information out of them without it sounding like i am trying to reverse engineer this player.
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18:58:36weileshi
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18:59:08weilesi'd like to buy a sansa fuze since it is really hard to get a e280 v1 for rockbox
18:59:43advcomp2019weiles, rockbox does not work on the fuze yet
18:59:59weileswhat would i have to do to get it supported? send you a second one? is there sth. in the pipe?
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19:00:32weilesadvcomp2019, i know and i know that it is not done by asking...
19:01:24weilesany up-to-date alternative with radio + micro sdhc slot which is supported by rockbox? can't find any on the supported device site
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19:03:34weilesand of course
19:03:39weilessry
19:03:59advcomp2019there is the cowon d2 with a sd slot but there is still issue with it.. i do not know what all the bugs are myself
19:03:59weilesany ideas?
19:04:40advcomp2019the only one that supported tho is the e200v1
19:06:57weilesa bit more expensive but looks great on amazon
19:07:20weileshow do i get the e200v1?
19:07:26bluebrotherebay.
19:07:35bluebrothersometimes you can get refurbished ones, too
19:08:29advcomp2019refurbished ones has a better luck as v1s but we do not know when that will end
19:09:02rasherAnyone against having an "English only" rule on the tracker?
19:09:24weilesare we talking about sansas now?
19:09:35weilesor a cowon d2 version?
19:09:42advcomp2019weiles, the sansa
19:09:50gevaertsrasher: I'm strongly in favor
19:10:10weilesadvcomp2019, ah ok the cowon d2 might be any current version?
19:10:14rasherWe require it everywhere else, I don't see why the tracker should be any different.
19:10:59advcomp2019weiles, the d2 has bugs and that is why it is not supported yet
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19:11:09gevaertsI'd assume that that rule is already at least implicitely there
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19:12:13*gevaerts thinks he knows which tracker entry triggered rasher's question
19:15:03weilesadvcomp2019, mmh so i have to wait for either a e280+radio v1 on ebay (do other e2xx support sdhc?) or for cowon d2 support
19:15:23weilesthe cowon looks and what i've read sounds better though
19:15:24rasherweiles: The entire e200 series support sdhc
19:15:35weilesrasher, o.k. thx
19:15:39rasher(under Rockbox)
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19:15:46weilesrasher, ah o.k.
19:15:49weilesgreat!
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19:17:04weilesis there anything one can do to get v2+fuze working with rockbox?
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19:19:04bluebrotherrasher: +1 on the tracker language rule
19:19:32weilesi mean to support your work on the v2 or sansa stuff?
19:19:57advcomp2019the v2 ports are a long way from getting any where but that is my opinion
19:21:31weilesadvcomp2019, so you have the hardware to work on but it is a lot of porting work?
19:22:49advcomp2019i am not working on the ports
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19:23:43weileswho is?
19:24:41saratogacheck the Sansa port thread
19:25:27saratogai think theres a few people new developers who took interest in rockbox in order to do the V2 port
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19:50:19weilessaratoga, thanks i think i've found it, have missed it yesterday...
19:51:29weilesadvcomp2019, mmh looks like you are right under another half year at least i guess i won't get rockbox on a fuze or v2 and more important maybe i won't ever get it on it...
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20:10:12mcuelenaererasher: shouldn't FS #9284 & FS #9287 be closed?
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20:10:41rashermcuelenaere: Err yes... and I should have mentioned them in my commit message. Dear god, I suck.
20:10:50mcuelenaere:)
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20:32:22malsynedI have two mp3s which play fine in Audacious (and XMMS and BMP and Winamp) but don't play in Rockbox. One has a codec failure and the other just gets skipped in playlists with no messages.
20:32:22weilesthx for your help guys the cowon d2 4gig seems what i want know, thank you for pointing me to it. hope the rockbox stuff works on it somewhere in the near future...
20:32:51malsynedAt least one of them also didn't play on a Palm device I used to have.
20:33:18malsynedany suggestions on diagnosing what's wrong with them? I ripped one of them myself with Lame, and the other I'm pretty sure was also a Lame V0 rip.
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20:33:53wpyhmcuelenaere: the bin files don't seem to be in the .dl format
20:34:06mcuelenaerewpyh: some of them are, aren't they?
20:34:17wpyhat least, there's no "char name[4]" field
20:34:18mcuelenaereexcept for some litlle header in front
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20:35:09wpyhmcuelenaere: which one are you referring to?
20:35:09mcuelenaerewpyh: for example onda.bin: you need to skip the first 12 bytes
20:35:35wpyhhm...
20:35:51mcuelenaerethose are probably filesize, checksum and an other size
20:36:00mcuelenaere(all WORDs)
20:36:04mcuelenaereeh DWORD
20:36:13wpyhafter skipping 12 bytes, I get 0x27ff0008
20:36:23mcuelenaereI have CCDL :)
20:36:27wpyh(that's onda.bin for the vx747)
20:36:31wpyhhm...
20:36:34mcuelenaereno no, the vx767
20:36:44mcuelenaerethe vx747 doesn't use the .DL format in those files
20:36:53wpyhah.. did you get it from my firmware recovery archive?
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20:37:05mcuelenaeremalsyned: if no-ones answer, make sure to open up a flyspray bug
20:37:09mcuelenaerewpyh: yep
20:37:29malsynedmcuelenaere: OK I will
20:37:33bluebrothermalsyned: check if the tags show any strangeness
20:37:40wpyhwell, the bin files in that archive have been tampered with :D
20:37:55wpyhI mean, they are not taken out of the firmware recovery exe file ...
20:38:01malsynedbluebrother: any good suggestions for examining tags for irregularities in Linux?
20:38:21mcuelenaerewpyh: where did you get them then?
20:38:22wpyhtake a look at this: http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/viewfile/Main/OndaVX747?rev=1;filename=firmware_flash_procedure.txt
20:38:47wpyhfor 5.bin and onda.bin, I have to get binary resources from the exe file, and then combine them with VX767_1.0.dl
20:38:51bluebrotherid3v2 -l is usually helpful, as well as xxd file.mp3 | less to check for v2 tags
20:38:55wpyhand that's a dl file ;)
20:39:02wpyhthe original bin files aren't
20:39:23bluebrotheralso, make sure the tags aren't too long −− Rockbox has limitation about the length of the v2 tags. If you embed large album art you can hit this limit
20:39:38mcuelenaerewpyh: why did you store them like that? did the fw recovery that too?
20:40:00malsynedbluebrother: the songs don't have album art but they do have long names.
20:40:21mcuelenaerewpyh: btw you won't get any interesting stuff out of the vx747 bin's without RE
20:40:55wpyhmcuelenaere: yes, I did that because the original firmware recovery tool does it
20:40:55bluebrotherhow long's "long" in that case? I'd be surprised if you hit that limit
20:41:08wpyhhow do you usually reverse engineer it? :)
20:41:21mcuelenaerewpyh: fw recovery tool or binaries? :)
20:41:27mcuelenaere(for both I use IDA)
20:41:31mcuelenaerebut there are also the linux tools
20:41:44bluebrotherone thing you can also test is to simply strip all id3 tags from the files and check if there's still an issue.
20:42:24mcuelenaerewpyh: if you want to RE the binaries, use mipsel-linux-objdump
20:42:56malsynedbluebrother: I'll try that. oh, one of the two songs is an ogg. which is really weird, because that's the one that didn't work on the Palm either. The metadata's got to be like the only common bits in the stream there. So that fits.
20:43:10malsyned(the Palm was playing an mp3 version)
20:43:22malsynedI'll try stripping the tag info off and see if they work.
20:43:47malsyned(one of the songs that doesn't work, the title is "Dr. Funkenstein's SuperGroovalisticProsifunkstication Medley: Let's Take It To The Stage/Take Your Dead Ass Home (Say Som'n Nasty)")
20:44:00bluebrothermalsyned: on the ogg file, make sure there is no id3 tag.
20:44:20malsynedbluebrother: ogg files can have id3 tags?
20:44:32bluebrotherogg has vorbis comments and id3 tags on such files are wrong. I remember grip adding such tags at least once
20:44:42wpyhmcuelenaere: um... there's this VX767烧录工具 which I refer to as the firmware recovery tool
20:44:54malsynedbluebrother: will id3v2 find them if they're there?
20:44:58wpyhIIRC I posted the link to it somewhere early on
20:45:04bluebrotherit should, yes.
20:45:12malsynedbluebrother: I'll try it, thanks.
20:45:22wpyhmcuelenaere: I misunderstood your question
20:45:36wpyhI mean, reverse engineering the binaries. I'll try objdump then
20:45:44mcuelenaerek
20:45:49*wpyh doesn't expect to find anything there though
20:45:52wpyhbut who knows
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20:47:44mcuelenaerewpyh: I'm off to dinner, try something like "mipsel-linux-objdump −−target binary -D [FILE]"
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20:48:03mcuelenaereoh and search for something like −−adj-vma-address or similar
20:48:04wpyhok :)
20:48:06mcuelenaereadjust*
20:48:13wpyhwhat's that for?
20:48:39wpyhah, −−adjust-vma=address
20:48:41wpyhok
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20:51:47*wpyh looks at the objdump output and doesn't understand a single thing
20:57:26XavierGrrasher: thanks
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20:59:03rt_c150hi ! can anyone help me with a bricked sansa c150
20:59:32num1rt_c150, there's a page in the rockbox wiki describing how to unbrick sansas
20:59:37rasherXavierGr: No problem - keep an eye out for sneaky last-minute changes!
20:59:51Lloreanrt_c150: Rockbox doesn't run on the c150. This isn't a general MP3 player support channel
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21:00:00Lloreannum1: Which is unlikely to help since it's for c200s and e200s
21:00:27num1rt_c150, Llorean made a good point, please ignore my last post
21:01:02rt_c150num1: thanks
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21:02:02rt_c150Llorean: i am sorry to ask such a question here but i was reliably informed that if there is any place that i could get help with the issue i have then this was it
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21:02:18rt_c150Llorean: i am sorry to ask such a question here but i was reliably informed that if there is any place that i could get help with the issue i have then this was it
21:02:57Lloreanrt_c150: Tell the person who referred you here that they shouldn't refer people with non-Rockbox problems here, that's not what the channel is for.
21:03:11gevaertsFor a c200 or an e200, yes, but we know very little about the c100
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21:03:35rt_c150Llorean: the person who referred me here is my son !
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21:05:51Lloreanrt_c150: Well your son may not have read the channel guidelines, but they do mention that this is a Rockbox support channel.
21:06:50rt_c150Llorean: ok.. let me reword my question ... is there any work in progress porting rockbox on the C100 series of players from sandisk?
21:07:19gevaertsrt_c150: didn't you ask this a few days ago?
21:07:44Lloreanrt_c150: If there is, there should be a forum thread and/or wiki pages that can be found by searching. I'm not aware of any real progress on these players.
21:08:51rt_c150gevaerts: yes... i thought i would try again at a different time since i didnt get a satisfactory response
21:09:27gevaertsrt_c150: the only response is "look at the forums"
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21:10:21rt_c150anyway, having searched everywhere and having found nothing that worked i turned for help here as a last resort... seems that the last resort is a hammer with the player beneath it.. good bye everyone and have a nice time
21:10:54Lloreanrt_c150: Or you could contact Sandisk official support since they actually know how to fix their players.
21:11:39rt_c150Llorean: that was my first though too... no response
21:11:51rt_c150Llorean: listed under legacy players anyway
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21:36:53*bertrik is fighting with the charge controller for sansa c200/e200
21:38:39bluebrotherany success yet?
21:40:17bertrikbluebrother, charging works fine, takes about 3 hours to fully charge an e200, but the charge status that I read back seems to quickly go through some transient states on plugin. This makes my state machine think that charging is already done just after plugging it in.
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21:44:50saratogabertrik: can you sleep for a couple seconds before charging?
21:46:06saratogaamiconn: (for the logs) did you want a chance to look at the codec lib changes before I commit them?
21:46:42bertriksaratoga, yes that is probably a solution, feels a bit hacky though
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21:48:57saratogabertrik: just software debouncing right?
21:49:04saratoganothing hackish about that
21:51:31saratogafaad is pretty terrible, its like they went out of their way to malloc as much as physically possible
21:53:36bertriksaratoga, ok, I'm trying it now
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21:55:17FrowarddHey y'all! I have an ipod mini with a dead battery, where's a good place to get help?
21:55:30fmlbluebrother: hello. Have you seen my comments about BOM_SIZE?
21:55:43saratogaFrowardd: google/ebay for someone selling new ones
21:55:54Frowarddaw man
21:55:57FrowarddI'm all poor and shit :{C
21:56:34bluebrotherfml: yes. Haven't found the time to take action about it, but you're right −− it can get moved
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21:57:42FrowarddI want to slightly mess around with the ipod's power supply, and get points on which directino to go
21:57:47Frowarddbut this is a software channel, not a mod channel.
21:57:51FrowarddI figure some of you are into hardware mod, though.
21:58:07fmlbluebrother: I understand. Pre-release time...
21:58:42bertrikfml I think you also remarked something about tabs. Last time I looked there's still a lot of source files that use tabs.
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21:59:11bluebrothernah, in that case real life was the blocker. But I'm not completely sure if I could consider such a change a fix
21:59:42bluebrothermaybe I should just prepare a diff for applying after 3.0
21:59:52fmlbertrik: yes. I noticed it in the new function because the indentation was wrong. Because of a tab there.
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22:00:38fmlbluebrother: this wouldn't be a new feature hence it can be committed now IMHO (inverse logic! :-)
22:01:55bluebrotherhehe.
22:02:26bluebrotherdo people consider cleanup a fix or feature? IOW, can I commit a cleanup during freeze or should it wait?
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22:03:55bertrikIMO a cleanup is a fix, not a feature
22:04:18rasherbluebrother: I'd say it depends. Is there any benefit to the end result. How big is the risk of messing something up?
22:05:03*rasher wonders about this obsession about fixes
22:05:06rasherEr, features.
22:05:19bluebrotherIMO the risk is pretty low in that case. It's only moving a #define out of the header file
22:05:44rasherAh, because Llorean called a "feature freeze". I'd say it's more along the lines of "unnecessary commit freeze"
22:06:04*bluebrother has some feature reworks going on −− for rbutil ;-)
22:06:07rasherbluebrother: Is there a problem with the code as it is now?
22:06:30bluebrotherno. That's the point: there's no problem for it to wait.
22:07:13bluebrotherwell, I guess I'll just put a diff in my "finish and commit" folder and wait until 3.0 is out. Even less risk ;-)
22:07:14rasherThen I think it should wait, on principle.
22:09:56bertrikI disagree if it's just moving a #define to the proper place
22:11:28rasherWhich bug or problem does it fix?
22:13:16saratogai think if a commit is extremely unlikely to cause problems or changes in how rockbox works its probably alright
22:13:27saratogaat least thats the theory i'm using with the aac optimizations
22:13:34bertrika macro is #defined in the header file, but it could be more properly done in the source file
22:13:54bertrikthis doesn't fix a bug people are having, but is totally harmless IMO
22:14:01rashersaratoga: Wait, you're going to commit aac optimizations? I really don't think that's wise...
22:14:34*bluebrother knew this issue was questionable ;-)
22:15:19*gevaerts notes that saratoga didn't say on what side of the line these optimizations are
22:15:47rasherThat's true.
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22:17:07saratogawell if people think I should wait I can certainly do that
22:17:27saratogano one else touches the AAC decoder anyway, so its not like the patch will rot
22:18:14rasherI can't speak for anyone else, but codec optimisations strikes me as something that, no matter how hard you try, always risks messing up some corner case
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22:28:25bertriksaratoga, the sleep seems to get the job done
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22:30:32bluebrotherbertrik: sounds like good news :)
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22:40:49saratogabertrik: sounds good
22:40:54saratogahow close to ready is your patch?
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22:45:03bertrikthe patch on the tracker contains a stupid bug, but the one I'm working on now seems to be working fine but hasn't been tested much yet.
22:47:15bertrikThe remaining issues are: 1) the charge voltage is now configured as 4.2V but doesn't quite seem to reach that value, maybe the OF uses a slightly higher voltage (4.25V) 2) I've seen the problem again where the charger won't stop if the battery voltage is higher than the charge voltage (perhaps I should add a check for that) 3) voltage can't be monitored while charging on c200
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23:04:46amiconnJdGordon|zzz: The codec api wasn't invalid as such, but it wasn't protected against invalid downstream codecs for ~170 commits
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23:07:32rasherDo any such codecs exist?
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23:35:47peachtoastrasher: Hi. I just updated the last few missing strings for the Tagalog language. The patch is at FS #9289.
23:36:10rasherpeachtoast: Sounds good
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23:37:46peachtoastThat should cover everything. I'll try to get a few of the non-translation strings from other languages done.
23:38:48rasherpeachtoast: Committed
23:39:16peachtoastThanks. :)
23:40:31rasherpeachtoast: There still seems to be a few issues on rasher.dk/rockbox/translate/problems.php?lang=tagalog">http://rasher.dk/rockbox/translate/problems.php?lang=tagalog
23:41:01peachtoastI'll take a look at them. Thanks for pointing that out.
23:41:29peachtoastI'll come by another time. Bye for now!
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23:53:18bertrikHow much do we care about tabs in the source code? I think we shouldn't introduce any in new code, but is it worth to fix them in existing code?
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23:54:10*domonoky thinks we dont want tabs in rockbox code, but in imported code (like codecs) its ok...

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