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#rockbox log for 2008-11-27

00:00:02funmanUIE() reports "ldr r3, [0x30181F6C]" in test_codec; which is in bss
00:00:32pixelmawow, what a messy last sentence of mine... I should probably not do too many things at once
00:00:45Reliomtried holding select but didnt work... it is plugged to the computer.. only way i have to charge it
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00:01:21gevaertsReliom: try menu instead of select
00:01:24saratogan1s: good to know. is it just floor0 files that use a lot of memory, or are there other types of ogg files that can?
00:01:27Reliomk
00:01:56*gevaerts uses menu on his ipod for this, so he's pretty sure that that is the correct one
00:01:59pixelma"select" it was for the Sansas
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00:02:39gevaertsI guess that that is because the sansas have shared menu/power
00:02:53gevaertsAnd you don't want to hold power for too long
00:03:09n1ssaratoga: i think floor0 files use more memory but i don't know for sure, the tremor code is too painful to read to try and investigate. The testfile i talked about is in FS #5796 if you're interested
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00:03:26Reliomyup that worked plugged in and stayed in rockbox and the light went off
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00:04:03Reliomty vm for the help been meaning to jump on here and get help with that for some time now.. glad its out of the way :)
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00:04:23gevaertsYou're welcome :)
00:05:08funmanlinuxstb: can you look at running test_codec on your clip ?
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00:05:48pixelmagevaerts: I understand that, was just looking for excuses where my thoughts had gone wrong ;)
00:08:28gevaertspixelma: I think that actually is a valid excuse :)
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00:20:03saratogaI would really like to fix tabs in libmad
00:20:46funmanif libmad isn't actively developed and doesn't need syncing rockbox with upstream, go on
00:22:25Zagorpure whitespacing can be discarded while diffing anyway
00:22:58Zagorbut is libmad really so bad that a tab run is motivated?
00:24:13kugelfunman: can answer a question? in button__int all pins on GPIOC are reset to 1 to clear out lcd data
00:24:27kugelfunman: but why all, and not only the ones I'm going to read?
00:24:37kugelI got different returns if I didn't clear all
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00:25:30funmankugel: ask linuxstb since he wrote this bits
00:26:44kugelthe real questions is why I get different returns when I not clear the bits I'm NOT going to read
00:26:59kugelwhich is a rather general question, so you might have an idea
00:27:05funmanmessing with hardware ports has undefined behaviour
00:27:21funmanwe don't know what is soldered to these physical wires
00:28:27kugelbrb
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00:29:14saratogaZagor: it uses 8 space tabs, so code blocks don't line up when used in an editor that expects 4 space tabs
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00:29:49funmansaratoga: depending which editor you use, you can force tab spacing with a comment (I know vim & emacs at least can do that but don't know the specific syntax)
00:29:55Zagorsaratoga: reconfigure your editor then. you'll never be happy thinking tabs are 4 spaces.
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00:30:47saratogaI thought rockbox was 4 spaces?
00:30:58Zagorrockbox doesn't use tabs
00:31:24saratoganot \t but we still have tabulation
00:31:58Zagoryes, with spaces. so the tabulation doesn't change in different editors.
00:32:10saratogaif I change the tab button to be 8 spaces, thats going to be a problem for any code I write
00:32:31Zagorsaratoga: change it to be 4 _spaces_. not one \t
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00:33:03funmanZagor: but that implies changing \t to be 8 spaces to read fine the libmad files.
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00:33:25Zagorfunman: yes. nearly all text that uses \t assumes 8 column tabs
00:34:20Zagorthe solution is simple: display \t as 8 column tabs. never write \t yourself. configure your editor to indent your code with 4 spaces.
00:34:28saratogaI don't think my editor will allow that
00:34:45kugeleditors allow to search and replace tabs with 4 spaces
00:34:51saratogaoh wait maybe it does
00:35:07kugelI always copy 1 tab, do search and replace with 4 spaces
00:35:49saratogano it would appear that it does not
00:35:51bertrikreplacing tabs that are halfway a line with 4 spaces messes up alignment
00:35:53funmanthe way I use vim is \t = tab keystroke = 4 spaces
00:36:09funmani'm not aware of a \t != tab keystroke setting
00:36:30Zagorthat is why emacs is clearly superior!
00:36:45funmani'm not aware of a \t != tab keystroke setting, with a text editor
00:36:47Zagor:)
00:37:27funmananyway, we're not helping saratoga! which text editor are you using?
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00:38:00saratogathe real problem with libmad as far as I can tell is that it seems to use a mix of tabs and spaces that only works for 8 space tabs
00:38:49Zagorthat is quite common. it is only a problem if you insist on display \t as 4 spaces.
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01:00:29saratogaARM assembly question: ldr r12, =WL0
01:00:44saratogathat loads r12 with the value of the memory address at WL0?
01:00:54*pixelma thanks Zagor (for the logs)
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01:19:53lostlogicdoes anyone have an e200tool for mac osx 10.5.5 compiled and want to share it with em?
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01:20:10lostlogicI don't have xcode and seem to have quick formatted my system partition :(
01:20:18JdGordonyou got a mac?
01:20:44lostlogicam on a macbook yeah
01:21:29JdGordonill try compiling it for you... once i find the e200tool zip..
01:21:40lostlogicthanks
01:22:24lostlogicam in an airport so can't realistically download xcode either :-P
01:23:18*JdGordon cant find it zip
01:23:37lostlogichttp://daniel.haxx.se/sansa/e200tool/e200tool-src.zip
01:23:43saratogais anyone here familar with how .S files are linked?
01:23:43lostlogicthat part I can do :-P
01:26:29JdGordonsorry... libusb isnt working
01:26:43JdGordonor not installed properly or something
01:26:49lostlogic3:(
01:26:52lostlogicI lose
01:27:05JdGordonyou cant put it in rec mode?
01:28:05lostlogicrec mode is hold switch to the right, hold record and press power, right?
01:28:14lostlogicdoing that just gives me ring but no screen
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01:30:44lostlogicsigh, guess I've screwed myself into a 4 hour flight with no tunes.
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01:31:06JdGordonhow long have you got till the flight?
01:31:18lostlogic15-20 minutes until boarding
01:32:33TheBasharI'm trying to find when a reproducible boost bug got introduced. Does anyone have an archive of old c200 builds? The oldest one I have is r18338.
01:33:04saratogasome of the mirros have very old builds, but usually its just easiest to compile them
01:34:52lostlogic looks like they're boarding soon, I'm out. Thanks for trying JdGordon
01:35:15*JdGordon needs to fix his mac up properly :/
01:35:18TheBasharSaratoga: Thanks, just saw I can list contents of http://download.rockbox.org/daily/sansac200/
01:44:24pixelmaTheBashar: is there already a bug report for this and was is the recipe to reproduce (have a c200 myself)?
01:44:33pixelmas/was/what
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01:46:59TheBasharpixelma: FS9576 - play the root playlist with more than about 8 songs.
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01:49:32TheBasharI just downloaded a June 1 build and then all the builds before 10/27 disappeared. Where can I find the addresses of the mirrors so I can check directly?
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01:50:45TheBasharOh, DNS maybe. Duh
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01:55:56kugelhmm
01:56:05kugelthe button driver seems to crash actually
01:56:27kugelit somehow gets lost
01:59:05kugelJdGordon: did you manage to get the buttons working? I guess not
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02:00:20pixelmaTheBashar: happens to me too with the root.m3u8 not with an album that contained 14 tracks - all mp3. But would be interesting for the bugreport to state what type of files you play, maybe bitrate
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02:01:30TheBasharpixelma: I'd like to do better and identify what build it started with. The June 1 build worked fine. Do you know of any other old build archive since these just disappeared?
02:02:11kugeljhMikeS: ping
02:02:39pixelmaTheBashar: no, you are probably better off compiling yourself.
02:02:46TheBasharpixelma: Thanks
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02:06:22JdGordonkugel: i havnt touched the e200v2 for a while
02:07:54kugelJdGordon: Yea, hence I guessed not
02:08:19kugelJdGordon: but do you have an idea why the button driver stops working shortly after boot?
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02:14:06kugeljhMikeS: I just saw your commit, the manual won't describe the settings for the feature you defined
02:16:31kugelthe features should probably just be called backlight_fade_table_setting and backlight_fade_bool_setting, or something like that
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02:27:33pixelmakugel: this fading could use the same description as the software one?
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02:37:48pixelmathe beast's manual currently doesn't compile cleanly anyways and is not available for download, so there's no hurry
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02:53:39sin613is the recently committed sw backlight fading code expected to be doing anything on the x5?
02:56:32krazykitaccording to the svn commit message it should
02:56:57sin613that's what one might expect
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02:57:15sin613or anticipate
02:57:34krazykitis it perhaps a configurable setting?
02:57:44sin613yes, it is.
02:57:59sin613i've made changes to the code, and it appears the code is never being run
02:58:23sin613so now i'm wondering
02:58:40sin613in config-iaudiox5.h
02:59:05sin613whether it is necessary for USEBACKLIGHT_SW_FADING must depend on BOOTLOADER not being defined
02:59:14sin613oops, bad grammar
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04:16:42EijikenHey all. Got a question. I just put rockbox on my 5G ipod cause itunes is annoying me. Only thing is, I have a bunch of songs that are japanese and the fonts show up as boxes instead of the correct text.
04:17:00Eijikenso i guess the question is, how do i get the tezxt working?
04:17:13scorcheyou are going to want to download the font pack (if you havent), and choose a unicode font
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04:19:59Eijikenhow do i tell if its a unicode font?
04:22:15Eijikennvm. got it. thanks!
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05:22:47AthenI'm probably doing something stupid, but I can't seem to get the rockbox installer to recognize my device as valid
05:23:54Athenit's a Sansa E260, the device is listed as '/media/Sansa e260', and the audio player is selected as 'Sansa E200', both which are detected with the autodetect and are correct
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05:26:12AthenI've tried running both as root and otherwise, tried linking directly to the /dev device, reset it a few times, with no luck so far
05:26:50AthenI was having problems with the default system being mounted as read-only, would these perhaps be related ?
05:27:15advcomp2019Athen, what mode is your sansa in?
05:27:27Athenas I recall, MST
05:27:38AthenI'm checking now
05:27:54Athener, MSC
05:29:01advcomp2019are you running the the rockbox utility with an admin account
05:29:10AthenI tried that, yes
05:29:14Athenno change
05:29:52Athendoes Rockbox need the default firmware to run ?
05:30:16advcomp2019yea.. what sansa firmware are you using too
05:30:57Athenversion 1
05:31:00AthenI did check that
05:31:33Athen01.02.18A if you need details
05:33:52advcomp2019have you checked the sansa for errors on the file system
05:34:13Athenyes, that was what caused me to think to try Rockbox in the first place
05:34:48Athenon mount, it returns file system panic via invalid access to FAT
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05:36:41advcomp2019have you tried formatting it?
05:37:42Athenhaven't yet, I wasn't sure if the default firmware was needed to run rockbox or not
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05:39:43advcomp2019you need the sansa firmware for usb support
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05:41:26AthenI don't really have a Sansa/Rockbox preference atm, I'd just like to be able to upload songs to it and all that good stuff
05:42:37Athenalso, I don't really care if it works on Windows/Mac as I don't have either of those on hand
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05:46:32advcomp2019can you try the step on the unbricking steps in the wiki? I think you might want to use the "sansa.fmt" file in recovery mode
05:50:33AthenI'll go through it, yes
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06:00:33Athenreformatting etc seems to have taken care of it, though it no longer shows as a 'Sansa e260', but a 'SD Player' now
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07:32:18JdGordonyay, another sorting "bug"
07:32:46JdGordonalthough that one could really be a bug seen as tagnavi.config should work for up to 2 digit track numbers
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07:34:37slacthi guys
07:39:08slactMy 5.5 generation 80gig ipod refuses to start after a shutdown, momentarily blinking a tiny "oh shit dead battery" icon. This seems to happen about one out of ten times. To get it to work again i either have to wait about an hour (anywhere from 20 minutes to about 5 hours) or reseat the battery connector.
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07:39:48slactI can't say if this is a rockbox issue, but i experience it only with a rockbox shutdown, and, obviously, not with the original firmware.
07:39:58slactthe battery seems to behave just fine other than this.
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07:44:20ameyerslact: for what it's worth, the original firmware doesn't actually shut down
07:44:26ameyerI don't think
07:44:49slacti think it does after a long time of inactivity −− two days, maybe?
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07:46:00slactanyway, i've only been able to reproduce it after a rockbox shutdown
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07:46:27slactand i don't want to submit it as a bug since, well, it might be just a screwy ebayed ipod.
07:46:58ameyersounds like a hardware issue to me
07:47:00scorcheslact: this is a bug with the original firmware, actually
07:47:07ameyerbut what do I know?
07:47:22slactscorche: ...seriously?....
07:47:30scorcheslact: same thing will happen on the apple firmware, yes
07:47:44slactthat's, um... a pretty serious bug...
07:47:49slactdo you know if there's a fix for it?
07:47:50scorchedifference is, the apple firmware doesnt shutdown much
07:48:27scorchethere isnt...i dont really come up against it, myself...probably due to me not running down my battery all the way
07:49:11ameyerand why would (expletive deleted)ple fix it anyway
07:49:25ameyerthey've moved on to a non-PP platform
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07:49:54slactthat's pretty wild. any suggestions?
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07:50:12scorchenot really besides dont run the battery down so much
07:51:17ameyermy suggestion would be "live with it"
07:51:44slact...but rockbox... shuts down....
07:51:52scorche?
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07:52:01ameyerI assume this is an in-flash issue, so flashing your ipod with rockbox instead of the OF wouldn't help
07:52:17scorcheameyer: we dont flash ipods..
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07:52:38slactdo you know if this has been documented anywhere?
07:53:10scorcheprobably plenty of places, but no where in particular comes to mind
07:53:14ameyerwhatever. "writing rockbox to the firmware partition" any better?
07:53:16slact(maybe one of those fancy 5.5G > ipod classic firmware hacks will do the trick...(thought i would doubt it))
07:53:31scorcheameyer: much, though i dont see what difference that would make
07:53:52scorcheslact: no clue what that is
07:54:32slacthttp://gizmodo.com/gadgets/ipod-upgrade/ipod-5-and-55g-get-firmware-upgrade-to-ipod-classic-310971.php
07:54:45ameyersince this would probably be with the part of the firmware that resides in flash and handles booting and disk mode, probably exactly nothing
07:55:02scorcheameyer: apple bootloader
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07:55:46scorcheslact: heh...no...this isnt really a frimware issue
07:56:17slacthmm
07:56:37slactwell, i guess i won't be posting negative ebay feedback then
07:59:31slactthanks, scorche.
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08:26:35GenbuIf I rockbox my iPod 4G (Grayscale w/ CLickwheel) will I lose the ability for it to interface (via dock cable) with my car stereo? I have an Alpine reciever unit with iPod dock support.
08:27:04B4gderyou'd need to run the OF for that I guess
08:27:10B4gderrockbox allows dual-booting
08:27:23Genbuk
08:27:54slactisn't there a patch for the ipod extras interface?
08:28:06B4gderthere is, but I think it's lacking a lot still
08:29:18slactmkay.
08:30:00JdGordonworth checking it out anyway... some things work, some dont
08:30:03Genbureason being is that i really wanna ditch using iTunes, it sucks, i only really use my iPod in my car when im at home, when i'm at college im using it in class 90% of the time. it woudlnt be a terrible inconvenience at home,
08:30:10Genbubut its still there.
08:30:54JdGordonGenbu: look in the forums (under unsupported builds) for the ipod accesory patch build and try it with the car..
08:31:02Genbuk.
08:33:05Genbudoesnt look like my alpine reciever is in the list of supported accessories on the wiki, should i try anyways?
08:33:09amiconnslact: If your ipod shows the dead battery icon when switching on, a hard reset should fix that and make it boot. No need to wait for hours or to open the ipod. That's what I do
08:33:55slacti'll try that, thanks
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08:55:00TheBasharI've narrowed down a boost bug being introduced to between r17103 and r17111. Is there any chance someone here could make a c200 build for r17108 and r17109? (which I think is where the problem originates)
08:57:16JdGordonTheBashar: if it didnt ake me 10min to update to that version I'd do the build for you :(
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09:06:59JdGordonis there any support for eventually making the radio screen wps-able?
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09:08:08*JdGordon slaps kugal around with such a large trout that he doesnt have to be in irc for its to hit him!
09:08:53JdGordonhey funman, have we got IRQ's working on the v2s?
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09:09:36funmanJdGordon: yes, they are used to notify the end of DMA transfers
09:10:08funmanthe list of isr is in system-as3525.c and the list of bits to set in VIC_INT_ENABLE in as3525.h
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09:11:15JdGordonok... will the gpio irqs work if the afsel thingy is set for the dbop?
09:11:33funmani was wondering the same..
09:11:55JdGordonI'll have a play and see what happens
09:12:09funmanif it sets a hardware switch I suppose that no, but who knows how this is wired except ams?
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09:13:58JdGordonshould we merge the fuze and e200 button code? or wait untill we find the rest of the buttons to make sure they are the same?
09:14:31funmanit was suggested to wait until we find the other buttons, not sure they use the same wheel
09:15:09JdGordongroan... white screen with svn bootloader :(
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09:19:21funmanhm perhaps I broke it in r19234, what if you add back CGU_PERI |= (5<<2)|0x01; /* pclk = PLLA / 6 = 64 MHz */ in system-as3525.c ?
09:20:02JdGordonline?
09:20:50funmanafter sdram_init()
09:21:36funmanI think if it does the trick you just need to tweak lcd_delay() to adapt to slower pclk
09:26:35JdGordonadding that back in gives no indication at all that anything is happening (except need to hold power for ages for it to turn off/on)
09:27:20funmanwhat if you fully revert r19234? I can't think of something else
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09:29:57JdGordondid my last message go through?
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09:31:22*funman points JdGordon to http://www.rockbox.org/irc/log-today
09:32:00JdGordonmy internet is totally fucked.. that page will take hours to load!
09:32:11JdGordon3 more days...
09:32:20JdGordonanyway, adding that line back in broke it completly
09:32:24JdGordonno lcd at all
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09:32:57funmanJdGordon: ok, what if you revert completely r19234 ?
09:34:27pixelmaif the live reader takes ages, the raw text could be the better choice, you just need to hit refresh yourself
09:35:06JdGordonits still masses of text.. but yeah its a bit better
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09:37:45JdGordonyay, ok, its working
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09:39:22funmanJdGordon: i.e. reverting the modification of clocks?
09:39:23JdGordonno idea why though :p
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10:03:13JdGordonfunman: ok, having default_freq set to 250000000 and putting that CGU_PERI line back in gets me as far as a white lcd in the main build (bootloader shows the logo)
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10:07:31funmanJdGordon: instead of changing the frequencies, I would remove/comment the content of set_cpu_frequency()
10:07:50funmansomehow I suspect the peripheral clock change to be the culprit, not the cpu clock change
10:08:06JdGordonI changed them because that was the only obvious thing in the diffs
10:09:09funmanthe as3525 datasheet mentions the "AS3515A" chip in the part detailing what we call "AS3514"
10:09:36linuxstbMaybe Bagder could ask AMS for that datasheet?
10:09:42linuxstbOr B4gder.
10:10:30linuxstbAren't we also in need of a datasheet for the USB part of the chip? But that's licensed from elsewhere, so AMS may not be able to provide a datasheet to us.
10:10:33funmanlinuxstb: I believe the as3525 doc is enough
10:11:26funmanthe website linked from the as3525 datasheet for the usb part looks like it requires a registration to some service
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10:21:33kugelfunman: have you read my forum post edit?
10:23:08funmanyes I just did, seriously I have no clues what's going on. JdGordon was going to look at the button code on his e200v2 until he found LCD was not working anymore (due to frequencies change in r19234)
10:23:44JdGordonkugel: the buttons probably arnt working because they are not being read at all in the main build
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10:24:52funmanon my side I'm trying to get some output on the headphones. I can enable them (I can hear the background noise) but not have actual sound outputted on them
10:25:18kugelsounds nice anyway
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10:29:03kugelJdGordon: 1) why do you slap me? 2) Yes, they aren'
10:29:16JdGordonbecause they arnt read... it shuold have been obvious :D
10:29:19kugelt read, since the button driver stops working after the 3rd or so read
10:29:43kugelJdGordon: Oh you mean that #ifdef BOOTLOADER?
10:29:46JdGordonyeah
10:29:57kugel:S
10:30:12kugelI already changed that in my tree
10:30:20kugelbut they're still not working.
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10:32:26*kugel thinks we could at least fuse the backlight driver of fuze/e200v2 with the v1's one, and enable backlight fading
10:32:43kugelbut that has time
10:33:16kugelJdGordon: do the buttons work for you after removing that? I'd really wonder
10:34:44kugellinuxstb: ping
10:34:46JdGordoni havnt got a working build just yet so i dunno
10:37:08JdGordonfunman: commenting out the set_cpou_frequency block still gives a white lcd in the main build (with the bootloader working)
10:38:07funmanThen you should bissect until you find the culprit commit
10:38:37JdGordonah crud...
10:39:48*kugel wonders why funman changed a finished and working bootloader
10:40:14funmanaccording to JdGordon it was not working on e200v2
10:40:54kugelfunman: didn't he it was working after reverting a bit?
10:41:01funmanthere is also the fact that we want to maximize battery life by using the lowest frequencies we can
10:41:20funmankugel: if I read his sentence from 8 minutes ago, no ...
10:42:22kugelfunman: I agree, but not necessarily in the bootloader. The main build should set up what it wants for battery saving, the bootloader should just load the main binary
10:42:35kugelfunman: "...(with the bootloader working)"
10:42:54*JdGordon goes back to 19228 to see if it worked
10:43:44funmanhmm then my eyes are tired .. sorry. the whole ams port is still in development, the bootloader should be labeled "finished, but likely to be broken again in future revisions"
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10:44:37funmanif breakages happen, at least we know they are in the model specific parts (because I test first on the Clip) like buttons, backlight and LCD
10:45:02kugelfunman: the backlight works for me :)
10:45:48kugelanyway
10:46:13kugelfunman: my new assumption is, that the button code is working, but crashing in the main binary. What could be the reason for that?
10:46:28funmanthe code is broken and needs to be fixed
10:46:42funmanbesides this obvious statement, I have no clue
10:46:51kugelthe button reading is done in a tick task, maybe that's related
10:47:39kugelwe could try mutex'ing
10:48:32kugellinuxstb, jhMikeS: Do you have an idea why the button driver could "crash"?
10:49:35funmantry enabling the button light in UIE() and panicf() , if it doesn't light on the 'crash' it means that's an hardware crash and you read/wrote bits you shouldn't have
10:49:36kugelgtg, will read the logs (as always)
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10:50:05JdGordonthe buttonlight code looks "wrong" to me...
10:51:09funmanin which way?
10:51:36funmanit's not going to work in multivolume builds since the SD driver modifies the CCU_IO register
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10:52:17funmanand I would think we must set the direction before writing into the pin
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11:23:41kugelJdGordon: why?
11:24:46kugelJdGordon: do you mean that the 2 lines should be swapped?
11:25:01kugel(re buttonlight code)
11:26:07kugeleh, yea, that would explain why the button light isn't working anymore after r19182
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13:11:43pixelmarasher: is thai the biggest language now?
13:12:12PhotoguyI guess there's no way to tell if this is a V1...
13:12:13Photoguyhttp://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/searchtools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=3402958&csid=ITD&body=MAIN#detailspecs
13:13:55J-23on my e280v2 there's "v2" text on back of player
13:14:13J-23you can ask about firmware version too
13:15:14B4gder"v2" on the back is not entirely reliable though
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13:16:08B4gdersome refurbed v1s have gotten such v2 backs
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13:23:54J-23what does "refurbished" mean here?
13:25:35PhotoguyWhat?
13:26:43PhotoguyI guess the only way to tell, is to buy it.
13:27:07J-23argh, dictionary is my friend
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13:31:21J-23they = Greys :P
13:31:50*pixelma guessed "it" belongs to an off-topic dictionary so was fine with "they" ;)
13:32:18*B4gder has no idea what's being talked about
13:32:30n1smaybe Mr. Someone has a split personality?
13:32:52B4gderthe "Someone and his team" ?
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13:52:24Photoguy* I think that the dictionary plugin should be fixed, by willing party's.
13:52:29PhotoguyThere, how's that?
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14:01:22n1sWhat is the reason we use sysfont for the default keyboard? on the beast the sysfont is very small...
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14:03:00pixelmait's in a fixed layout and not adapted to work on different screens, there are loadable keyboard layouts though
14:04:08n1spixelma: the default keyboard is fine for me except for this annoying font thing :/
14:06:44pixelmait's made to fit the bitmapped Archos' screens and only changed to show two "pages" of it when the screen is big enough
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14:11:31PhotoguyThere is something I think should be changed...
14:11:45PhotoguyThe keymap for the text editor, is really bad.
14:11:59Photoguy(On the E-200 that is)
14:12:08JdGordonwell... the source is all there... your free to change it and submit patches
14:13:39PhotoguyWell, Kugel fixed it in his build, I think he should submit it to the offical build.
14:17:07funmankugel: did you try putting the lcd framebuffer in IRAM (in config-fuze.h line 66) ?
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15:34:20n1sNico_P: have you seen FS #9576?
15:34:26Nico_Pyes
15:34:40Nico_PI plan on taking a good look at it before 3.1
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15:35:04n1sthat is good news :)
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17:10:41lostlogicugh, I have severely bricked my sansa.
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17:11:42lasserlostlogic: How?
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17:14:07lostlogicquick formatted the system partition :(
17:17:13lostlogicif I e200tool a bootloader onto it, I can get it to boot up... once...
17:18:26linuxstbYou need to force that bootloader into recovery mode
17:19:08lostlogiclinuxstb: did that, copied a .mi4, it installed, but I still ring-o-death when it tries to reset from there :(
17:20:30lostlogicif I let it boot from the BL, it appears to startup alright, but can't get into USB mode
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17:29:03linuxstblostlogic: I think you need to copy both the mi4 and a bootloader
17:29:29lostlogicahh, that would make sense.
17:29:30lostlogicwill try
17:29:30linuxstbThe bootloader is stored in the system partition you wiped, and e200tool simply copies code to RAM and executes it.
17:29:40lostlogicyep
17:30:48lostlogicworked! Many thanks.
17:31:04linuxstb\o/
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17:54:02funmanhow is greylib implemented: fast toggling on/off of pixels?
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17:56:59gevaertsfunman: yes
17:57:58funmanI can only see a black screen on the Clip when plugins use it; I tried a 1HZ lcd update, so I'll look if the timer isn't broken (shouldn't)
17:59:47gevaertsYou need amiconn for exact details
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18:03:04funmanthe timer works fine as expected :o
18:04:07funmanhm. .
18:05:01amiconn_You'll probably have to implement the update function in arm asm for 1bpp display
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18:05:16funmando you mean lcd_blit_grey_phase() ?
18:05:22amiconnyes
18:05:41amiconnIt's not too difficult; if you want I can have a look at it tonight
18:09:52amiconnThe update speed should match the internal frame frequency of the display controller. You can test that frequency with test_scanrate.rock
18:10:13amiconnYou'll need working lcd_blit_mono() for this
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18:14:47funmanI can't make the blocks stop completely, but they are the slowest at 78Hz
18:15:17funmanI prefer looking myself (with a C version at first)
18:18:56pixelmawould looking into the mrobe100 greylib code help - mono display ("inverted" kind too) and arm (PP)?
18:19:06amiconnYeah, they don't need to stop completely. Frequency will drift slightly anyway (e.g. depending on temperature), and we cannot synchronize
18:19:46amiconnYeah, the m:r100 code might work as-is
18:19:48funmanpixelma: definitely :)
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18:22:34kugelfunman: re framebuffer in iram: How would that help with the buttons? Also, is that done on other targets too (probably a question for amiconn too)
18:23:14funmankugel: I thought the lcd was broken as well? That might help by reducing the delays when accessing the framebuffer, and yes that's used on other targets (there is even a define for that)
18:24:28kugelfunman: if I disable button code the main menu shows fine (well, it's shifted 1px up, i.e. the first row is at the bottom of the display)
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18:36:11funmanWhat is the 'phase' associated to each group of pixels in lcd_blit_grey_phase?
18:36:55funmanor is it a boolean phase associated to each pixel
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18:47:41kugelthe same code (which doesn't mess up the display) + a delay messes it up
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18:55:58kugelI can't get the buttonlight to blink properly :(
18:56:09funmankugel: did you use CCU_IO to use xpd as gpio?
18:56:30kugeluh, I don't think so
18:58:28kugelfunman: should I do that? What would that exactly do?
18:59:48funmankugel: do you have the as3525 datasheet?
18:59:59kugelyep
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19:00:33kugelI'm read page 115
19:00:33funmanjust look at the description of CCU_IO register, there is a setting to switch between SD (for the SD slot) and gpiod
19:01:28kugel00 is as gpio, 01 as sd
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19:02:20funmanyou can look at r19139 (I removed the code for the Clip since it's not needed)
19:02:22kugelfunman: do you mean gpiod I need to reconfigure xpd to 00 after sd code has touched it?
19:02:52funmanyes
19:03:33kugelis there also xp for the other gpio ports?
19:03:46funman?
19:03:53kugelxpa for example
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19:04:09funmani understand that xp* represent the physical pins
19:04:12funmansearch the datasheet for xpa
19:04:44kugelah
19:05:09kugelyou mean xpd is basically the same for GPIOD as DBOP for GPIOB/C?
19:05:15funmanno
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19:05:42funmanxpd[7:0] is a group of 8 physical pins
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19:06:22funmandepending of the CCU_IO register they are linked either to the GPIO port D, either to the SD controller, either to the MemStick controller
19:06:27funmanxpb[7:0] is a group of 8 physical pins
19:06:42funmandepending of the GPIOB_AFSEL register they are linked either to the GPIO port B, either to DBOP controller
19:06:52kugelahh I understand
19:07:17funmanit's a bit messy ^^
19:07:21amiconnfunman: The greylib basically does a bresenham-in-time for each pixel
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19:08:16amiconnThe phase is the current status. Depending on target it's either compared to 0 or 128 (some targets use it signed, some use it unsigned), and then either the pixel is set and the pixel value subtracted, or it's unset and the value added
19:08:48amiconnThe assembler routines all use some DIY SIMD - they process 4 pixels at once without unpacking the 32 bit words
19:08:54kugelfunman: thanks a lot
19:10:03amiconnAlso, the framebuffer is in IRAM on many greyscale and mono targets, but not all (e.g. not on archos - iram too small for that). It's basically never in IRAM on colour targets
19:10:07funmanamiconn: the clip's lcd writes 8 pixels at a time, so I think unpacking is needed
19:10:15amiconnnope
19:10:25funman*not possible
19:10:29amiconnI know the clip's pixel format - it's the same as all other mono targets
19:11:01funmanI read that the mrobe assembly directly writes into the lcd controller framebuffer memory
19:11:06amiconnThe m:robe 100 assembler should work almost out of the box - just the lcd controller address should need adjustment
19:11:32funmanbut on the Clip we use a function to write 8 bits at a time
19:11:40amiconnYes, and it has to work that way. It shouldn't overwrite the normal framebuffer
19:11:42funmanthe memory isn't directly mapped
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19:11:52amiconnI _know_
19:12:21amiconnThe lcd controller memory is never directly mapped on the greyscale and mono targets
19:12:37funmanno need to underline
19:12:41amiconnThe greylib knows about the pixel order and packing
19:14:05amiconnWhy does the ssd1303 driver output each byte twice (both in the low and high byte of a 16 bit transfer)?
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19:14:28funmanthat's what the OF does iirc
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19:15:01amiconnWell, then either the OF is silly, or the display is actually 2bpp, and the OF doesn't use that
19:15:38funmanwe use 16 bits transfer to the DBOP controller, but we don't know how the DBOP controller is linked to the LCD controller
19:16:11amiconnYOu could try to only write the lower half, and then only write the higher half
19:16:24amiconnThen you'll know which of the bit positions are actually needed
19:16:41funmanthat's what I was going to do ^^
19:16:55amiconnsee :)
19:17:31funmanhm only the high bits result in a reverse display
19:17:57funmanflipped on the x axis
19:18:06funmanand mirrored
19:18:17kugelfunman: so I copied your code, and it still doesn't blink. I removed the MULTIVOLUME #define and it blinks properly
19:19:01funmankugel: the same happened on the Clip, probably CCU_IO needs to stay for the led to be on
19:19:16kugelI begin to hate this chipset. On the v1 there was like 8 gpio ports instead of 4 gpio ports which can be configured to something totally different
19:19:46funmansilly me I was not modifying the good function
19:20:19funmanusing only 8 bits for command writing definitely gives wrong results
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19:21:00kugelfunman: wouldn't that mean you cannot access the external card when the button light is on?
19:21:04funmankugel: right
19:21:36funmanusing only the high 8 bits results in only the bottom half of vertical 8 pixels lines displayed
19:21:41kugelfunman: I'm gonna try if it turns off when I play a song from my card in the OF
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19:22:34funmankugel: can you play songs??
19:22:39funmanoh, OF
19:23:19kugelfunman: You'll notice on the mailing list if I happen to play songs in rockbox, don't worry :)
19:23:37kugelwhich will doubtfully happen before you play songs
19:23:45amiconnfunman: And using the low 8 bits displays the top half of an 8-line block?
19:24:05*amiconn thinks that sansa did some weird wiring then
19:24:09funmanexact
19:24:09amiconn*Sandisk
19:24:29kugelfunman: no, it stays on
19:24:30funmanperhaps only 4 bits are used in each byte
19:25:00funmankugel: then I'm clueless one more time
19:25:09amiconnThen they must have connected bits 0..3 and 12..15 - weird
19:25:23amiconnPerhaps this was easiest to achieve in the pcb layout
19:25:34funmanI just tried that but no
19:25:56kugelfunman: 10: the XPD[5:0] are configured to support MS; what does MS mean in this case?
19:26:09funmankugel: MemoryStick
19:26:24kugelif I configure xpd as 10, bits 7(the buttonlight one) and 6 are gpio, the rest MS
19:26:49kugellets try if that works
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19:27:09amiconnAnyway, adjusting the m:robe 100 lcd_grey_data should be easy - the actual lcd write would need to do that byte duplication, and the busy check and write adderss are different
19:27:15funmankugel: can you see the files on your SD card in rockbox?
19:27:39amiconnLines 106..109 are the busy check, line 107 is the actual write
19:28:11kugelfunman: I cant reach the file browser ;;
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19:28:20funmanamiconn: well I'll just call lcd_write_date()
19:28:21kugelwithout button support
19:28:44amiconnfunman: Poiting to what data?
19:29:11funmanhmm &r7 ? ;)
19:29:44amiconnCalling lcd_write_data() for every single byte?? whoa!
19:30:01funmanwell I'll just duplicate it
19:30:59*amiconn would put DBOP_BASE into lr and then adjust the offsets as necessary
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19:31:23amiconnThe byte duplication is a simple orr r7, r7, r7, lsl #8
19:32:16amiconnDBOP_STAT has an offset of 0x0c, DBOP_OUT has offset 0x10
19:32:28funmanI noticed the 2 orr to avoid ldr r8, =0x80808080 ^^
19:32:33kugelfunman: which xpd bits are needed by sd code?
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19:32:55funmankugel: they are listed in the pinout (page 160-180 iirc)
19:33:27funmanyeah only bits 15:12 and 3:0 of DBOP_DOUT are mapped to the lcd
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19:36:07kugelfunman: I'm reading p173, is that about right? It seems to need all pins, but some only as input
19:37:31kugelit doesn't really tell what that bit is needed for
19:38:37funmanthese pins are documented in the SD specification, but I don't think you need to know about them. What are you looking for?
19:39:24kugelfunman: If I can leave xpd configured in that mixed mode
19:39:50kugelso that bits [0:5] are for MS, and [6:7] GPIOD
19:40:43kugelbuttonlight works in that mixed mode. I cannot tell if external sd does though
19:40:57funmanthere is no memorystick controller (used) in the sansa ams
19:41:12funmanand the OF does modify CCU_IO
19:42:16kugelfunman: xpd is for SD as well, the datasheet just says ms
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19:42:33kugelwe'll see
19:42:39kugelhow it turns out
19:42:48funmanI see 3 possibilites: MS or SD, or GPIO
19:44:08kugelfact is, that the of keeps the buttonlight on when I access my microsd
19:44:36funmanperhaps we need to keep the setting on GPIO a bit, until the light is on, and then do what we want
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19:49:16bertrikhere's another idea: xpd[7] / GPIO D7 says "MMC/SD resistor open drain control". Open-drain is only required during SD initialisation AFAIK. So maybe D7 can be used again for buttonlight after initialisation.
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19:51:05kugelbertrik: during initialization of the controller, or when the card is inserted?
19:51:21funmanbut we can't control if individual pins are gpio or sd
19:51:54kugelfunman: but we could leave the mixed mode after it has been initialized
19:52:04funmanwhich mixed mode?
19:52:15kugelbertrik: what do you know about xpd[6]?
19:52:42kugelfunman: "10: the XPD[5:0] are configured to support MS"
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19:52:55kugeland [6:7] as gpio
19:53:12funmanWe don't use MS at all
19:53:32bertrikkugel, during initialisation of the card
19:53:42kugel[5:0] can be used for sd too :/
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20:00:14bertrikis there some kind of idea behind keymaps for new targets, or do keymaps just "evolve"?
20:00:58kugelbertrik: the idea is to copy from other targets, for a) less work and b) more consistency
20:01:02kugeliiuc
20:01:34bertrikwith the risk of copying old crud...
20:02:13kugelyep, but we assume there's no old crud
20:04:54bertriktoday's quick hack could become tomorrow's status quo
20:05:11bertrikI'd rather copy a good idea/design, than copy an existing implementation
20:07:53pixelmathe button layout can be so very different, I wouldn't know of such a convention other than to strive for consistency (within the target itself). The c200 keymap is not a very good example :\
20:10:18*amiconn found some further optimisation potential in the ape predictor for arm >= v5
20:12:22kugelmy fuze definitely dies on enable_irq();
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20:13:16funmankugel: do you test if irqs were enabled when entering the function?
20:13:31kugelNo, I disable them
20:13:36kugeland disabling works
20:14:01funmansure, but what if they were intentionally disabled?
20:14:01kugelI'm using disable_irq_save(int) anyway, I just did a quick test
20:14:34kugeland restore_irq(int); when I leave
20:14:47kugelint = disable_irq_save() rather
20:15:27kugelbtw: I think I got at least the power button working
20:15:42kugelthe backlight turns on again if I press it. Eventhough I don't get to the main menu anymore
20:17:31bertrikpixelma, ok. On the Clip for example, many keys are quite obvious (up/down/left/right/select). But is also has a home button whose function in rockbox is not so clear to me in
20:19:43funmanperhaps it could replace the function of power button in C200 keymap ? (go back)
20:20:08pixelmabertrik: if your concern is the Clip's keymap now, maybe the c200 keymap could still be a starting point. As I understood the Clip has as many buttons as the c200 (except "Rec", but "Home") maybe it will help improving the c200 one too, although the "Home and Power" and "Rec and Power/Menu" is quite a difference
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20:21:02pixelmaI would think "Home" could make a nice "Menu" button, but that's in theory
20:21:03funmanbertrik: did you have a look at the plugins diff I have put on FS ?
20:21:38pixelma(that would be the same as a short "Power"on the c200)
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20:21:51bertrikfunman, briefly, you mentioned that c200 rec was replaced by clip home
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20:28:45bertrikI think the OF mapping of the clip is not so bad, where the home button switches between WPS and the root of the menu
20:29:33kugelI think putting the old rec on home is inappropriate in most places.
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20:29:55kugel(I encountered the same situation on my fuze when doing the sim stuff)
20:31:11pixelmathe "old rec"?
20:33:53bluebrotherin contrast to the "new rec" ;-)
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20:40:57kugelpixelma: He copied from the c200, and used home to do stuff that the REC button on the c200 did
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20:44:53pixelmaof course, should have guessed... that was not my suggestion though and as I already said there are differences to consider
20:47:07J-23argh
20:47:10J-23what a terrible lag
20:47:25J-23sorry, not this channel, I thunk I write to #rockbox-community
20:48:16funmanI definitely see pixels but in no way they look gray. Perhaps the CPU is not fast enough
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20:50:09funmanwell I see no enhancement when running at full speed
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20:50:58bluebrotherhmm. Does !foo always toggle between 0 and 1 if foo is an int?
20:51:27funmanbluebrother: yes
20:51:46domonokybluebrother: you mean foo= !foo ? then yes. :-)
20:52:20bertrikI'm not sure, I think it can toggle between 0 and any other non-zero value in theory
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20:56:04domonokybertrik: i theory it depends on the compiler, but every sane compiler should set "!0" to "1" ..
20:57:12funmanrecently i read that '!!' was used in macros to reduce any non-zero integer to 1
20:57:43*gevaerts looks for K&R
20:58:01n1sfunman: it should
20:58:03funmani'd read C99
20:58:40gevaertsOutput is 0 or 1
20:59:40*gevaerts doesn't have an official C99
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21:00:08untii have a litlle problem with rockbox on my nano 1st gen., i can't switch nano off, i press play for few seconds, rockbox is turning off, then it go to black screen and reboot, does anyone know what is the problem?
21:01:14n1sunti: if you start the original firmware, does it think a charger is connected even when it's not (i assume you don't have a charger connected when shutting down)
21:01:51funmangevaerts: google for n1124.pdf
21:02:01gevaertsfunman: I do have a late draft :)
21:02:40untin1s: so what i must to do?
21:03:03n1sunti: well, does it think a charger's connected?
21:03:14untino
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21:03:45n1shmm, thei don't know...
21:03:49n1sthen*
21:04:24gevaertsunti: did it work before?
21:06:06untisometimes, but in one hour i can switch off, in another i can't
21:07:02gevaertsDoes everything (especially buttons) work properly when it's running?
21:07:14untiyes, everything is fine
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21:10:22*gevaerts can't think of anything that would cause this then
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21:12:42funmanamiconn: could you please give a look at http://paste.ubuntu.com/77488/ ? (greylib diff for Clip)
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21:13:28*domonoky finds it strange, that he gets a I2SOUT interrupt with no status bit set... ?
21:14:17funmandomonoky: I find strange that I get a I2SOUT interrupt when all interrupts are cleared in the MASK register ..
21:15:02domonokyfunman: can you check the I2SOUT_RAW_STATUS when you get this interrupt ? (i would guess its 0)...
21:15:24untiok, thanks, i will install rockbox one more time, bye
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21:16:47funmanhm I guess the lamp plugin is useless on the Clip
21:17:17gevaertsfunman: is it? What if you turn on all pixels?
21:17:49pixelmalike it is on the mrobe100, I think
21:18:02pixelmaturning on all pixels I mean
21:18:04funmanthe current plugin clears the display and only uses the backlight
21:18:13gevaertsThat needs to be fixed then
21:18:30*gevaerts uses the lamp plugin on mrobe100 on his bicycle
21:18:33funmanpixelma: I see mrobe100 inverts the pixels, I'll look into that
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21:19:11funmandomonoky: for some reason the code deadlocks after 5 interrupts Oo
21:19:56domonokyfunman: 5 "half-full-interrupts" ?
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21:20:16funmanI don't check, I enabled interrupts on every status flags
21:21:18*bluebrother found the spec about !foo in C99 :)
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21:22:50domonokyfunman: me too.. and i also get some lockup. but at leats it looks like dma is working a bit... (i get half-full and then almost full interrupts).
21:23:24bertrikis the audio coded already enabled on clip?
21:23:33bertrik*codec
21:23:35funmanno but you can use audiohw_* of as3514
21:23:49bertrikI mean do we enable inputs, output and volume, etc.
21:23:52funmanWhen I do so I can hear (low volume) noise in the headphones
21:24:10domonokyi have put some code into my tree to enable the dac. but not sure if it works :-)
21:24:58pixelmafunman: check lamp.c line 142 and following
21:24:59bertrikI think the as3525 does not allow to set volume for some parts if that part is not enabled yet in an audiosetX registers.
21:25:08funmanhm shouldn't lcd_set_invert_display() be conditional on HAVE_LCD_INVERT in export/lcd.h ?
21:25:25bertrikI think code to make sure of that should be backwards compatible with the as3514
21:26:05funmanpixelma: Thanks, I'm on it ;) (and spotting incorrectness around HAVE_LCD_INVERT)
21:26:44funmanI think I should make it conditional and then count the reds
21:27:09kugelwhat's the best way to block lcd operations when button code is executed?
21:27:25funmanmutex, but that shouldn't be necessary
21:27:54funmanmutex is a shortcut for "mutual exclusion" so it's exactly what you want to do
21:28:05amiconnfunman: checking....
21:28:18kugelwell, my button presses certainly "control" the display, no matter of afsel
21:28:41kugelfunman: yea mutex, something I already proposed earlier today.
21:28:43funmanamiconn: thanks, I didn't put the diff to grey_core.c (I only use the default lcdlinear table with the display frequency I mesured)
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21:29:50amiconnfunman: You can calibrate the table using test_grey.rock
21:30:59amiconnIt's basically a match-dither-with-greylevel, using 16 steps. Holding the thing with as far as possible will help
21:31:41kugeldomonoky: I don't want it to execute parallel
21:32:17domonokykugel: you know what cooperative multitasking is ?
21:33:15kugel1 process gives (from time to time) time for another process to run
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21:33:30kugelas in yield()
21:33:39gevaertsyes, and _only_ when it wants to
21:34:24domonokythe importnt thing is, taht you can only get interrupted by interrupts, or when you explizitly give away the cpu..
21:35:23funmanZagor: it seems features are not rebuilt when changing config-model.h (I added HAVE_LCD_INVERT lang files were not rebuilt with this string before I made clean)
21:37:09amiconngevaerts: around?
21:37:13gevaertsyes
21:37:13Zagorfunman: correct, it's not. I'll see what I can do about it.
21:37:19kugeldomonoky: I don't want the button code (remember it's exectued each tick) to block all rockbox, only the lcd code
21:39:08domonokykugel: if you dont call yield() (which you shouldnt do in button code), you naturally block all other code. nothing wrong with it.
21:39:16*gevaerts suspects that amiconn has some ape tests to run so he gets out his trusty build environment
21:39:22amiconnfunman: (1) The mov r3, #4 should be unnecessary - the loop already does 4 pixels at a time
21:40:08kugeldomonoky: oh yea, true
21:40:09amiconn(2) Waiting for the fifo *before* writing would be better than after. This way the calculation is part of the delay
21:40:42amiconnIn the whole driver I mean - confer the PP LCD drivers
21:41:03amiconngevaerts: Not yet, but very soon
21:41:33domonokyfunman: i get thousands of "fifo almost full interrupts" so the "lockup" problem seems to be somewhere else..
21:41:44funmanamiconn: (2) the same order is used in lcd_write_data()
21:41:45amiconnI shuffled some things around to use ldrd/strd on armv5+. It's faster because it saves the separate address calculation
21:42:23amiconnfunman: I know. I'm suggesting to change it everywhere
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21:42:34funmanamiconn: ok, i'll look into it
21:42:54funmanfor (1) I don't understand, I'm writing the 32 bits 8 per 8 so I need to loop 4 times
21:43:37amiconnNo, you don't
21:44:50amiconnThe loop handles 8 pixels per iteration, i.e. 8 bits. The input data is 2*2* 32bits of course
21:45:07funmanooh I see
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21:45:43amiconnNo need to loop extra. The pixel format of the clip is exactly the same as the mr100's, only the lcd controller access itself is a bit different (different registers, and the byte duplication)
21:46:06amiconnOh, and the and r5, r7, #0xff is superfluous
21:46:11funmanof course
21:46:19amiconnr7 never has bits above 7 set
21:46:24funmanI wrongly thought r7 contained 32 pixels
21:47:11funmanhm I got more correct display, but the display is messed up when I exit a plugin
21:47:56funmannow it starts to look "grey" (as in different tones of blue and yellow)
21:48:47kugelShould I need to safe the GPOI pins before resetting? The lcd is probably acting so weird, since data changed in button reading
21:49:16funmanI see 'jumps' in the screen thought, it will shift by 1 or 2 lines on the Y-axis
21:49:32kugelfunman: I see those too here :)
21:50:09funmankugel: can you see it jump ? (from correct to incorrect)
21:50:25kugelyea, max 1 or 2 px on the Y axis
21:50:39kugelthe whole main menu jumps
21:50:40funmanamiconn: thanks for the help!
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21:54:28amiconngevaerts: Committed. You could test the gain on D2, but I'm more interested in another test, on Gigabeat F, which requires a little patch against r19248
21:55:36gevaertsamiconn: I can do both :)
21:56:20amiconnI've introduced macros for dual register load/store. Using ldmia/stmia is the faster method on ARM7TDMI, but I think that on ARM9TDMI it should be faster to use 2x ldr/2x str
21:56:30kugelfunman: how wide is such a gpio bit? I thought 1bit, but I saw 4*(1<<(a)) in the pin macros
21:56:48funmanthis is the address
21:57:11funmanthe registers are 32 bits but there is only 8 significative bits (7:0 , 1 for each pin)
21:57:25funman4* is to have the registers be on a 32-bit boundary
21:57:45kugelis that because you can not address single bits, only bytes?
21:58:27funmanwell, the 'byte' is by definition the smallest unit addressable
21:58:31amiconnkugel, funman: That could be written (1<<(a+2)), btw
21:59:07funmanamiconn: sure, but we try to make it more readable :) (this is constants reduced by the compiler at build time)
21:59:19amiconnyea
21:59:38funmanI notice the display doesn't jump if I put the busy loop after writing into the DBOP register - weirdo
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21:59:49funmanI mean I DON'T notice it
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22:03:05l7anyone happen to know if sansa e2xx and c2xx batteries are compatible?
22:03:14l7i'm suprised those units are still being sold
22:04:22bertrikthey are not
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22:06:47l7oh well
22:06:55l7they actually seem a bit more expensive now than last year
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22:08:37gevaertsThey also aren't the same
22:10:02l7yeah, i have the e250
22:10:14denes_markun: regarding the reverse engineered whimory ftl, you mentioned a few days ago
22:10:20l7though i wonder if the c250 is worth a try for the smaller size
22:10:35BigBambiI think he means that the e50 you can buy now is not the same as the e250 you could buy last year
22:10:36denes_markun: I have seen planetbeing's effort, and studied it too
22:10:38l7
22:10:45BigBambiThere is a new version with new hardware
22:10:48gevaertsI mean, a c250 you buy new today is not the same hardware at all as a c250 you bought a year ago
22:11:08l7hrm, what are the differences?
22:11:13BigBambieverything
22:11:17gevaertsOnly the outside looks the same
22:11:19BigBambipretty much
22:11:27l7does rockbox still work on the new units?
22:11:31BigBambiThat is why Rockbox doesn't yet run on the new ones
22:11:35denes_markun: unfortunatelly the meizu has to be reverse engineered also, because the structures and some details are different - but the basic algorithm is the same, so planetbeing's work makes the effort easier
22:11:38gevaertsPeople are working on it
22:11:43l7ah, that's what i was afraid of
22:11:57BigBambiEverything has to be redone for them, they are completely different
22:11:58l7good to hear that it is being worked on though
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22:12:14l7any idea why sandisk made those changes?
22:12:17BigBambieverything = hardware stuff in this case
22:12:27BigBambiAsk them - I'd guess cost savings
22:12:38amiconngevaerts: amiconn.dyndns.org/~jens/predictor_arm9.diff">http://amiconn.dyndns.org/~jens/predictor_arm9.diff
22:12:39l7oh well
22:13:15*gevaerts builds
22:13:23denes_markun: and I know planetbeing could reverse engineer it in one week - well I couldn't sorry :) I only have some time to work on it during the weekends :(
22:13:26l7are the batteries from the new e2xx series compatible with the old 2xx unit or vice versae?
22:14:38gevaertsI'd guess so, but I don't really know
22:16:04domonokyfunman: could you send me your testcode, which makes you hear some hiss on the headphone ? (i have now the i2sout code, not- lock up, but i stil get no sound.)
22:17:04funmanpcm-xx.c diff: http://paste.ubuntu.com/77514/ (juste search for "audiohw")
22:17:12funmans/french/english/
22:19:33funmannow I'm motivated to make greylib yellow & blue in the Clip simulator :)
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22:21:23amiconnYou might run out of palette entries...
22:22:02funmanif we are limited to 256 I'll just make 128/128
22:22:33funmanor maybe even 2 different surfaces .. (that would be more efficient but also more complex)
22:22:59domonokyfunman: thanks for the code, but still no luck :-/
22:23:28funmandomonoky: nothing in the headphone? (it's very noticeable when you shut down the player)
22:24:19amiconn2 separate surfaces might actually be a good idea. Then you can even simulate the thine black spacing between the yellow & blue parts
22:24:34funmanamiconn: I already simulate it but not for greylib though
22:24:58*amiconn wonders whether the yellow & blue parts might need separate calibration :\
22:25:02funmanI use a 2nd surface and copies from the 1st one before displaying it at each update
22:25:45funmanamiconn: I have a datasheet for the screen (not only the controller) but I'm not sure it's redistributable
22:26:56domonokyfunman: nope, unfortunatly not.
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22:27:28funmandomonoky: perhaps the headphones are on another line, have a look at the section 7.4 of the datasheet
22:30:12funmangreylib support for the sims is not in uisimulator/ thought :/
22:30:19funmans/thought/though/
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22:33:42mongolenPlz someone here that can help me?.. The ipodpatcher wont work :/
22:33:54funmanmongolen: what's wrong?
22:34:17mongolenWell i run the ipod patcher and the thingy says it cant find my ipod :S
22:34:42funmando you run as admin/root?
22:35:12mongolenYeah i think so.. I only got this account on the comp..
22:35:18BigBambiWhich ipod?
22:35:22mongolenClassic
22:35:28BigBambiThen it is not supported
22:35:43BigBambiSee www.rockbox.org for a list of players Rockbox works on
22:35:48*amiconn can't find the Clip lcd blue/yellow simulation...
22:35:49mongolenohh so i cant get rockbox to classic?
22:36:06BigBambino
22:36:28funmanamiconn: FS #9521
22:36:57mongolenWell problem solved.. :'(
22:38:05mongolenWell thanks for the help.. Now im gonna commit suecide.
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22:38:49domonokymongolen: have fun :-)
22:39:08mongolen^^
22:39:37gevaertsamiconn: gigabeat results with your patch at http://pastebin.ca/1268965
22:40:29amiconnSo it is indeed a bit faster
22:40:43gevaertsyes
22:41:08gevaertsD2 is still running. I had some fun flash reading issues
22:41:31amiconnldr/ldr needs 2 cycles on arm9tdmi, add/ldmia needs 3 cycles. On arm7tdmi, ldr/ldr needs 6 cycles though, and add/ldmia needs 4
22:41:56mongolenholy crap.. Thats to hardcore text for me :S
22:42:26amiconns/4/5/
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22:42:57amiconnSo I should probably commit that patch
22:43:10gevaertsI think so, yes
22:49:02pixelman1s, bluebrother: I'm currently working on seperating the keymap stuff from the manual platform files and now have a few keymap-xyz.tex files in the "platform" dir. Do you think they should get their own "keymaps" directory or not?
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22:51:32bluebrotherpixelma: I don't have any strong feelings about that. I don't see a need for putting them in a separate folder.
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22:52:24pixelmabluebrother: I also prefer it a bit because it's not hidden away too much then
22:53:02bluebrothermaybe call the files target-keymap.tex so it gets sorted along to target.tex?
22:53:29*Zagor disables flyspray for upgrade
22:53:52pixelmabluebrother: hmm, wouldn't work nicely for m5 and x5 though
22:54:25bluebrotherwhy? Then you get m5.tex and m5-keymap.tex ...
22:54:52bluebrotherwe could even think about renaming the target files to explicitly naming -target, i.e. m5-target.tex
22:54:56pixelmawell, you only need one keymap file for those (which is part of the reason I do that)
22:55:29bertrikfunman, silly question, I see that you just committed greylib support for clip, is there any way to see it in action?
22:55:39pixelmabluebrother: better examples are all the different Ipods which can use keymap-ipod4g.tex
22:55:58amiconnThe recorders are another example
22:56:04amiconn(v1, fm, v2)
22:56:11pixelmayes, those too
22:56:36bluebrotherpixelma: good point, missed that
22:56:58funmanbertrik: apply the plugins patch
22:57:00bluebrotherit could even be keymap-ipod-common.tex or similar :)
22:57:17amiconnWell, not *all* ipods have the same keymap
22:57:33amiconnJust G4 and above, plus Minis and Nano
22:57:53bluebrotheripod4g5gmininano.tex? ;-)
22:58:11gevaertsUse bitmasks :)
22:58:18bertrikfunman, Zagor just took FS offline, so can't get at the patch :(
22:58:29pixelmamaybe iaudio-keymap for them? Then the platform files should probably be named iaudiox5 too, etc. and h300 iriverh300 and so on... :\
22:58:39funmanbertrik: ok don't move :)
22:58:49Bagderexactly then there's a periodic table plugin posted!
22:58:54Bagders/then/when
22:59:12bluebrotherthat would require additional work as those names are the ones used in the configure script. But it wouldn't be a problem
22:59:39funmanbertrik: http://paste.ubuntu.com/77528/ you got the plugins, the simulator, and the (crashing /!\) pcm code
22:59:52pixelmabluebrother: sounds a bit complicated for what I wanted to do
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23:01:37bluebrotherwell, another thing that always annoys me when looking at the manual is all those files "main.tex". I might get a go at renaming them some time ...
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23:05:22n1spixelma: maybe we can use consistent naming with the .c files for keymaps, "iaudio-keymap" for example is not good for if(?) the iaudio 7 port gets supported for example
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23:06:59pixelmacurrently I have it closer to the .c file with keymap-mx5.tex, the other was a suggestion to have it alongside the m5.tex and x5.tex (when renamed too) in the list
23:07:01yhuangis it just me or is the rockbox tracker down
23:07:27Zagoryhuang: I'm upgrading it
23:07:46yhuango
23:08:01gevaertsamiconn: d2 results at http://pastebin.ca/1268973
23:08:12Zagorflyspray is back up now
23:08:40n1swow, that's a quick uppgrade
23:09:14pixelmawait until it's really working ;)
23:09:51Bagderit'll be right before rockbox has no bugs left...
23:10:04yhuanghttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/9583
23:10:07yhuang:)
23:10:13*bertrik sees a couple of plugins he didn't notice before
23:10:43Zagoryhuang: a must-have
23:10:47Bagderwoo, nice with a screenshot too
23:11:56n1syhuang: are you passing '\n' chars to splash() ?
23:12:01Bagderthe squares between the facts look a bit strange in my eyes
23:12:04pixelmaIMO needlessly small though
23:12:09BigBambiSo can you scroll around the table for smaller targets?
23:12:31yhuangyeh i didnt know how to fix the '\n' box
23:12:32BigBambiand yes, the squares don't look so nice
23:12:41funmanyhuang: you have to print lines one by one
23:14:07n1syhuang: our splash() function simply breaks lines when they are too long for the display, and as you can see doesn't like \n
23:14:31funmanamiconn: I think the contrast in blue & yellow areas of the clip screen is very similar if not equal, bertrik may confirm
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23:15:19yhuangyeh ill fix that
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23:15:21amiconnfunman: In fact I would expect it to - these are LEDs and should have a similar current<->brightness characteristic
23:16:01bertrikAm I supposed to check something?
23:16:28funmanyes!! check if you can use the plugins fine and see no problems with the keymaps. and then comment on the flyspray task ;)
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23:17:29amiconngevaerts: Nice, thanks :)
23:17:43Rich|Hi, can someone help me?
23:18:03funmanRich|: if you we don't know how, then no.
23:18:19bertrikI think I just saw the bug where the first keypress after exiting a plugin is ignored on the clip :)
23:18:31BigBambiRich|: You need to ask a question :)
23:18:31Rich|im trying to put rockbox onto 5th gen ipod video
23:18:44Rich|where do i get started?
23:18:46funmanbertrik: hmpf I tried to ignore this :)
23:18:47amiconngevaerts: You could put your gigabeat F + patch results up as r19250 results. The commit is a bit different than the patch, but speed is identical
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23:18:52BigBambiRich|: The manual
23:18:56gevaertsI'll do that
23:18:59Rich|ok
23:19:26gevaertsamiconn: you still seem to have a lease on the SoundCodecMonkeysAudio page
23:20:39amiconnHmm, I wondeer why...
23:21:26gevaertsI can still edit of course, but I guess checking first may be a good idea
23:23:18n1sZagor: maybe FS #7194 should be closed now?
23:23:49n1sah, there we go :)
23:24:08Zagor:)
23:24:48Rich|where do i get the ipod bootloader?
23:24:55BigBambiThe manual links to it
23:25:05gevaertsamiconn: done
23:25:10BigBambiRich|: rbutil sorts it all out for you
23:25:25BigBambiRockbox Utility that is
23:25:53*gevaerts wonders if the latest ape improvements got rid of the skipping on a full-clocked beast
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23:26:12Rich|hmm im really bad at all this stuff
23:26:31BigBambiWhat OS are you using?
23:26:55Rich|OS?
23:27:00Rich|vista
23:27:09BigBambiand are you administrator?
23:27:12Rich|yes
23:27:19BigBambiAnd do you have Rockbox Utility?
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23:27:48Rich|hmm no
23:27:55Rich|i have a folder called .rockbox
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23:28:10BigBambiDownload Rockbox Utilty as the manual tells you to
23:28:40Rich|thanks
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23:32:46pixelman1s: speaking of which - I could imagine it quite well if the inclusion of the keymap-*.tex files could be retrieved from some .c-files. Would be a first step in automation but probably over my head, what do you think?
23:33:41amiconnlinuxstb: Hmm, if I'm not totally wrong the filters can be sped up quite a bit :)
23:34:19n1spixelma: that's what i had in mind more or less, i think it would be possible with a bit of script magic
23:34:53amiconnAll this scalarproduct() optimisation might have been almost pointless...
23:35:14maffeCan someone tell me about Sansa Fuze support? The Fuze is mentioned here and there in the tracker and the forums, but not in the wiki TargetStatus page
23:35:30BigBambiIt is under development, but isn't ready yet
23:35:37maffeok thanks
23:35:56pixelman1s: not thinking about the actual button or action macros yet, just for the decision which keymap tex file to use for a certain target
23:37:40Rich|Big, how do I install a theme?
23:37:51n1spixelma: aha, that could probably be done by parsing apps/SOURCES with the c preprocessor and greping for keymap-*.h in the output but would it be worth it?
23:38:10pixelmajust a start
23:38:17pixelmanot sure
23:38:51pixelmaand I noticed that some of the platform files I worked with already contained edits in the button parts... :\
23:38:56n1sthat's pretty similar to how we generate the 'features' list so it wouldn't be very difficult
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23:40:50funmanmaffe: the Fuze is mentioned in the TargetStatus page (look for "Sansa V2 family"
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23:41:50maffemhm
23:42:26bluebrotherZagor: btw, does the new Flyspray allow wiki syntax? I remember reading that they wanted to support that, and it might be a nice thing every now and then.
23:43:18Zagorbluebrother: yes there's something about "dokuwiki" syntax support. I haven't really looked at it though.
23:44:05BigBambiRich|: If you don't use full nicks, it doesn't highlight people
23:44:10bluebrotherdokuwiki is quite nice for coding documentation. I used that a while back a bit
23:44:16Rich|ok
23:44:30BigBambiRich|: In answer to your question, if they are properly packaged, just unzip to your DAP
23:44:39Rich|yea ive got some on it now
23:44:41BigBambisee www.rockbox.org/wiki/WpsGallery
23:45:04bertrikfunman, the patch for the clip plugins looks fine so far
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23:45:27Rich|whats a good theme to use?
23:45:28Nico_Pcool, a periodic table plugin :)
23:45:40funmanbertrik: since I've never used rockbox on other targets I can't compare the userfriendliness of the keymap, do you think it can be committed?
23:45:44bluebrotherRich|: the default one?
23:45:57funmanmaybe one thing I'd do is use HOME button instead of VOL_UP to draw cards in solitaire plugin
23:46:07*bluebrother would find a datasheet plugin cool ;-)
23:46:32BigBambiRich|: That is purely personal taste
23:46:39Rich|:p ok
23:47:04bertrikfunman, my earlier keymaps worries were more about the general clip keymap in main rockbox, IIUC the plugins all have their more-or-less their own keymap
23:48:00funmanif you didn't see major trouble I'll commit then; if a problem is found we can modify individual plugins, do you agree?
23:48:20bertrikyes I agree
23:48:41funmanok then I can blame you if something is wrong ;)
23:50:32Rich|BigBambi, once i download a new theme how do i add it to the ipod?
23:50:44BigBambi<BigBambi> Rich|: In answer to your question, if they are properly packaged, just unzip to your DAP
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23:52:37Rich|and how do i install games?
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23:53:14BigBambiThey are all there
23:53:22BigBambiSeriosuly, please read the manual
23:53:54l7Rich|: go to Plugins > Games
23:54:16Rich|thanks
23:54:27l7np
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