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#rockbox log for 2009-01-24

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00:58:24UnhelpfulLlorean: with 32 (or even 33) levels, you can fade rgb565 pixels with one 32-bit multiply. you can go to 64 or 65 levels with two multiplies per pixel. if you want two blend two pixel values, that's two fades, so either two or 4 multiplies per pixel, depending on quality
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01:00:20Unhelpfulfor AA fonts, if we make the glyphs 8-bit grayscale bitmaps, we can just use their values as the mask for blending pixel values to the screen
01:02:18Unhelpfulit looks like the current AA font patch uses 4-bit (ie, 16 levels) fonts... so the color blending can be optimized to one multiply.
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01:03:45Unhelpfulit might be better to use N^2, rather than (N^2)-1, as the "top" value for blends, simply because bringing them back into scale after a multiply can be done with a shift
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01:13:50Unhelpfulhrm, it also special-cases fully-transparent and fully-opaque now. i wonder if that's actually a good idea... all depends on the cost of branches, i suppose
01:15:16amiconnThe font cache is 4KB on archos, 10KB now on newer lowmem targets, and 60KB on bigmem targets
01:16:21amiconn16-GNU-Unifont.fnt is 1.83MB
01:16:29Unhelpfulany idea how costly branch misses are on coldfire/arm?
01:16:31amiconnThat is 1-bit
01:17:36Unhelpfulamiconn: unifont is actually not a great choice for an example font, since it's pretty much a pure bitmap font, as i understand it. there's a vector version, but it's outlines-of-squares for most of the glyphs
01:17:59rasherSo turning on AA costs a restart and a tiny bit of buffer size?
01:18:10amiconnWell, all our fonts are bitmap fonts, because we're using .bdf as the source
01:18:12rasherIt's not like the archoses can do AA anyway
01:18:34amiconnAnd .bdf does only andle 1-bit afaik
01:18:39amiconn*handle
01:18:55rasherIt does. You'll obviously be using a vector format as source
01:19:27ZoxcUnhelpful and 50/50 is special too :)
01:19:29*amiconn just fails to see why we should do this
01:19:58rasheramiconn: Because aliased fonts are ugly?
01:20:02Unhelpfulit really only makes any sense at all on color targets
01:20:21amiconnIt costs buffer size, it bloats the shipped .zip, and it makes font rendering slower than it already is.
01:20:36rasherEverything has a cost
01:20:49amiconnYeah, and colour targets are already suffering most from the slow font rendering
01:21:06*amiconn should really make test_gfx.c ready for commit
01:21:23rasherAnd yet people have been using this patch for a long time
01:21:27*amiconn doesn't deem aliased fonts ugly
01:21:27Unhelpfulwell... we could make a 2-bit AA font for the greyscale targets, but it would be unreasonable to try to do AA rendering for anything but black-on-white or white-on-black.
01:21:48linuxstbDoes the AA patch remove support for the existing 1bpp fonts?
01:22:10amiconnQuite the opposite, with the sole exception of subpixel rendering (which we can't do because we don't know the panel orientation
01:22:37rasherWell that could be figured out, couldn't it?
01:22:39Unhelpfullinuxstb: if i'm reading it correctly, fonts get a flag for whether they are 1bpp or 4bpp
01:23:03amiconnrasher: It differs at runtime, in an undetectable way, at least on some targets
01:23:13Zoxcit's much harder for computers to figure out subpixel orientation
01:23:16amiconn+I *know* that there are two different panels for H300
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01:23:22rasheramiconn: then let the user select it?
01:23:37Unhelpfulrasher: subpixel would mean either making fonts 3x as large, and predetermining the subpixel values for them, or actually rendering vector fonts in rockbox
01:23:54*linuxstb doesn't see the problem with supporting AA fonts, as long as 1bpp fonts remain available
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01:24:20Unhelpfulwe already have a separate fonts pack, we could also have an AA fonts pack
01:28:01linuxstbBTW, regarding kugel's commit earlier today - do we really want to include unifont in every rockbox.zip?
01:28:17amiconnhuh?
01:28:40amiconnSeen r19829 and r19831?
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01:29:27linuxstbamiconn: I've only read the commit messages. So it now doesn't include the font for every included theme?
01:29:53amiconnIt does. Before them, it included too much
01:30:08linuxstbBut before kugel's commit, it only included the default font.
01:30:28amiconnIt should have included the fonts for the included themes, afaiu
01:30:56linuxstbThat's not my understanding - the font for the default theme was included as a special exception.
01:31:01amiconnHis fix uncovered another bug in wpsbuild.pl, which I fixed
01:31:02rasherIt was broken already. It just erred on the side of including too little
01:32:35amiconnlinuxstb: It just worked this way by coincidence - cabbiev2 specifies fonts using Font.WWW.HHH.D: whereas all other themes just specify Font:
01:33:00amiconnAnd we don't include unifont in all .zips, only those which have unicatcher
01:34:05rasherWhich is what was the intention all along, as far as I can tell
01:34:07linuxstbThen it sounds like the implementation of including the default font was buggy - my recollection is that only inclusion of the default font was intended.
01:34:39rasherlinuxstb: So for a standard build, most themes would be broken?
01:34:55rasherThat seems a bit silly.
01:34:57linuxstbrasher: No - the user is expected to always install the fonts.
01:35:04amiconnThere was this other bug anyway - it also included backdrops, icons, and viewer icons for all themes, not only those intended for the target
01:35:07linuxstbBut we distribute them separately.
01:35:17linuxstb(because they very rarely change)
01:35:38linuxstbThe default font is an exception, because things will break very noticably if a user boots into Rockbox before installing the fonts.
01:35:50amiconnEither we would need to distribute the themes separately, or include the necessary fonts. And iirc that was the intention
01:36:10rasherThen we shouldn't include the themes either, if you ask me
01:36:26rasherwe could have a "themes and fonts" pack, then
01:37:00amiconnBut that pack would be target specific, unlike the current fonts pack
01:37:13rasherDoom.
01:37:37rasherI just don't think it makes sense to distribute themes in the main package where they will not work without further work by the user
01:37:48amiconnThings would be better if we had that theme site up & running...
01:38:01rasherStuff seems to be happening in the tracker
01:38:58linuxstbrasher: I don't see it as further work though - installing the fonts is part of the basic first-time install...
01:39:31rasherAssuming the user gets this right
01:39:40rasherAnd if he doesn't, that's our fault
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01:42:03Unhelpfulhrm, the math in AA fonts is a bit confusing :/
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01:44:27Zoxca 4bit pallete is good enougth to represent subpixeled fonts
01:45:28UnhelpfulZoxc: yes, but you need values for the three subpixels.
01:46:20Unhelpfulalso, 3x as many multiplies :/
01:46:31Zoxcwhy? :)
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01:47:03Unhelpfulbecause, if each subpixel is being blended the same amount, you multiply them all together.
01:47:21Unhelpfulwithout even truly unpacking them
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01:55:56Zoxccan you filter subpixels before passing them as an bitmap?
01:57:15Unhelpfulwell, we could potentially generate LUTs for the current foreground color. we'll still need to per-subpixel scale the background, which may be an image.
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02:04:58kugellinuxstb: I agree with rasher, that the fonts used by preinstalled themes should also be preinstalled
02:05:31kugelfonts are part of the theme. A theme without font is simply broken, and should either ship the font, or not be shipped at all
02:06:19kugelUnhelpful: it seems you got interested in AA fonts?
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02:07:51kugelamiconn: I don't know how much of a good example the e200 is, but I have used AA fonts for quite sometime, and there was no noticeable difference in drawing performance over normal fonts. Also, back when jott was active here, I talked to him, and he told me they're almost equally fast
02:08:39Unhelpfuli get interested in things that can use interesting algorithms mostly. i think there's room to improve the speed and code/memory size of AA fonts... maybe. :)
02:09:04kugelmaybe :)
02:09:44Zoxchow do you render colored subpixeled fonts? :)
02:10:06Unhelpfuli just had to figure out how to do accurate division without dividing or multiplying. i think i can SWAR-ify the same method and use it on AA fonts, so that we can kill the LUT and retain reasonable performance
02:10:11kugelUnhelpful: oh, and you convert TTFs to AA fonts
02:10:18UnhelpfulZoxc: we're not doing subpixel
02:10:23Unhelpfulat present, anyway
02:10:40ZoxcI was asking, in general :)
02:11:03kugelUnhelpful: I'd really like to see a performance comparision between the font rendering codes, do you have an idea how that could be doneß
02:11:19Zoxcloop them and use the rtc? :)
02:11:43UnhelpfulZoxc: well, pretty clearly, you need a different blend value applied to each pixel. if you're using RGB888, that's not a big deal, you have to scale per-subpixel *anyway*.
02:11:46kugels/ß/?/
02:12:20UnhelpfulRGB565 is another matter... we can quite cheaply apply a scaling factor to all three subpixels of an RGB565 value with one multiply... provided they're all being scaled by the same amount.
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02:14:05Zoxccouldn't you store the fonts as palettes and only color the palette?
02:14:33*Zoxc wants algorithm to color subpixeled fonts :)
02:16:21pixelmathe screenshots I saw in the forums of WPSs with anti-aliased fonts just looked blurry to me
02:16:45amiconnFor sub-pixel rendering we'd need 2*3bpp fonts, one for vertical and one for horizontal subpixel alignment
02:18:05*Unhelpful is pretty sure that most font renderers no longer use the "naive" method of applying the whole-pixel AA methods to each subpixel
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02:19:20jhMikeSIs there a better way to ensure an .o is linked first in plugins besides: http://pastebin.com/d3886603e (??) /* me hate makefiles */
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02:19:44Unhelpfulwasn't that what first-generation subpixel AA did? and didn't it produce poor results?
02:20:29Unhelpfulamiconn: or a font on disk with 9x9 subpixels that you scale down on load... but that sounds nasty.
02:21:02ZoxcI use r := value * rv div 256; but it doesn't include the background (r) in the formula
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02:22:10Zoxcblack on white gives good results without filtering :/
02:22:16UnhelpfulZoxc: you just have to apply the inverse of that scale (255-n, assuming 0-255 alphas) to the background pixel or subpixel, and then add
02:23:39Unhelpfulalso, div 256 can be cheaply done as a shift, but is wrong if you're using 8-bit alpha values
02:24:17Zoxcwell define apply :)
02:24:20kugelamiconn: AA fonts is a wanted feature, especially on targets which are just powerful enough for that.
02:25:12kugelalso, the current patch completely remains the classic font rendering, so non-aa fonts aren't being slowed down at all (given that AA fonts are noticeably slower anyway)
02:25:27kugeland from my experience they are nto
02:29:01UnhelpfulZoxc: multiply bg pixel by (max-n), divide by maxn. mutiply fg pixel by n, divide by maxn, add.
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02:30:05amiconnClassic font rendering is slow as-is on anything not vertically packed
02:30:17amiconnI have an old idea how to improve it
02:32:19amiconnThis idea would allow algorithmic emboldening almost for free, and it might also fix rendering combining marks in most (simple) cases
02:33:00amiconn(i.e. anything that would require fancy things like variable vertical positioning)
02:33:10amiconn*would *not*
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02:36:07jhMikeSUnhelpful: c = (a*c1 + (max-a)*c0) / max = a*(c1 - c0) / max + c0 (knocks out another multiply)
02:37:06UnhelpfuljhMikeS: true, but i don't think we can SWAR signed math, can we?
02:37:55Zoxccan we do fast low pass filtering? :)
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02:38:08Lars_GWill I be hanged if I ask a peripherical question?
02:38:36Unhelpfulwith some masking tricks, you can multiply all three subpixels at once for rgb565, using one 32-bit multiply. making that worked signed seems likely to be a bit more tough :/
02:38:52jhMikeSUnhelpful: I'll have to look into that if somehow I managed in an old project
02:39:42evilnickLars_G: If it's totally offtopic then ask it in #rockbox-community
02:39:55Lars_GI'll try there
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02:40:38Unhelpfuli suppose it *might* be possible... hrm.
02:41:47ZoxcI'm mostly worried about the filtering since everything else might be cached to a degree
02:41:52kugelUnhelpful: I remember it started similary when you got into bmp resize, some little ideas, then concentrate on optimizing (still in mind), then doing :)
02:42:07kugelI'd be happy if you'd have a look at it
02:42:32kugeland looking at bmp.c/resize.c you seem to be able to understand font drawing :p
02:42:53Zoxcsubpixeled albums! there we go :D
02:43:03jhMikeSUnhelpful: It definitely looks like I didn't :)
02:44:16UnhelpfuljhMikeS: ok, i think it can be done... what we do for SWAR multiplies with RGB565 is take (c<<16) | c and mask out the individual colors, so that the high 16 only have G, and the low 16 have R and B
02:45:13Unhelpfulthis leaves at least 5B between each subpixel... to do signed subtractions, we would need to add a 1 bit to the left of each subpixel, which we can do with 1 OR, and then do the subract
02:47:13kugelUnhelpful: the patch implements 4bbps fonts. test have shown that it's basically equally to 8bbp quality-wise
02:47:18kugel2bbp looked bad
02:47:42kugeland these 4bbp fonts look really good to me
02:48:02jhMikeSstill having a fit about gcc here (trying to be sure to include a divX0 handler now for ARM in plugins and codecs)
02:48:32UnhelpfuljhMikeS: a what? i'm still not sure why the link order of objects matters?
02:49:15jhMikeSfunction-sections makes it miss my implmentation of __div0 in favor of the libgcc one (which just returns 0)
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02:50:11Unhelpfulah, i suspect the order in which we link "our" objects won't matter then, unless we can explecitily make libgcc come last?
02:51:00jhMikeSI was making my gcc-support.o come first which fixes the issue (I've seen that suggested often in dealing with the problem for ARM)
02:51:15jhMikeScodec_crt0.c makes it a non-issue there
02:52:03kugelwhat's div0 supposed to do? divide by zero?
02:52:15Zoxcu16 foreground = cache[alpha]; color = color * (31 - alpha) >> 8 + foreground & 1F; could something like this work?
02:52:25jhMikeSplugins are a different story. I just wondered if there was a nicer way than what I pasted. My makefile chops are rather weak
02:52:56UnhelpfulZoxc: not for subpixel, no, unless we force fonts to always be subpixel-aligned.
02:53:20jhMikeSkugel: It's the standard handler for when the software division routines are passed a zero denominator.
02:54:08Unhelpfuli'm pretty sure we can have different font colors per viewport, too, can't we? that means either an alpha cache per viewport, or one alpha cache that we are constantly regenerating.
02:54:14jhMikeSwithout your own, the default one will fail silently on ARM
02:54:34kugelah
02:54:46jhMikeSanything div 0 returns 0 in the default
02:54:52kugelwhat's the return of that? 0?
02:55:20kugelUnhelpful: possible yes, but rather unused
02:55:41*kugel has never seen such a theme
02:55:56jhMikeSkugel: In the core we treat it like a data abort or undefined instruction and call UIE
02:56:38Unhelpfulkugel: nonetheless, we need to support that :/
02:56:58kugelsure
02:57:23pixelmakugel: I use different foregound colours in different viewports in the c200 and M5 version of my theme - even with a meaning
02:57:30kugelIt won't be unsupported, just because it increases calculations?
02:58:35Unhelpfulkugel: i'm just trying to decide if we truly even need a cache. i don't think it can even work if we want to do subpixel, but subpixel looks entirely too nasty to do, anyway
02:58:42kugeljhMikeS: I have seen divide by zero errors on my sansa, doesn't that mean it doesn't fail?
02:59:00kugelwho says we want subpixel?
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03:00:01kugelUnhelpful: using a cache will be benifitful in most cases, and don't change much in the rest, or?
03:01:06Unhelpfulkugel: i just don't know. it saves us, i suppose, possibly one multiply per pixel, at the cost of calculating 16 pixel values to init it.
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03:02:20Unhelpfulamiconn: you don't feel that your graphics test/benchmark plugin is inclusion-ready... does it build and run? and could you maybe pastebin it?
03:03:36kugelUnhelpful: it saves recalculating the alpha values, is that just 1 multiply?
03:03:40jhMikeSkugel: If it got trapped, it happened in the core. The plugins and codec have none for ARM so far.
03:04:01kugeloh, I understand
03:04:51kugelUnhelpful: also, I think initing once in a while, but saving 1 multply per drawing is a good pay off
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03:05:26kugelthe alpha values don't change much, depending on the backdrop (IIUC)
03:05:50jhMikeShaving the loader-initialized API pointers makes this worth doing now
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03:07:05Unhelpfulkugel: well, i figure we can cache pre-scaled text-color values, but we'll pretty much have to scale the BG per-pixel, won't we?
03:08:10kugelI don't think the current version does that (but don't quote me on that, I didn't understand it fully)
03:08:16kugeldoes *not*, I mean
03:08:52kugeluhm
03:08:55kugeldoes was right I guess
03:09:51kugelanyway, I'd really like to know how it performs against classic font drawing in the current version
03:10:08kugelsome exact statistics I mean
03:10:57QuickStartumm can an alarm clock function be installed in an upcomming release of rockbox
03:11:10UnhelpfulQuickStart: pretty sure we have one.
03:11:30QuickStartI mean with wakeup functionality
03:11:32kugelany e200 eq user here?
03:11:54kugelQuickStart: I think it's available for targets which have the hardware to do it
03:12:47*kugel isn't really convinced of the keymap in the eq screen on the e200
03:12:52QuickStartdoes the e200 have it
03:13:02kugelno
03:13:19QuickStartk
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03:17:41ZoxcUnhelpful, you think you can merge this? http://pastebin.com/m4fafea56
03:22:01Unhelpfuli'm not sure what it's supposed to be doing?
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03:36:51Lars_Ghow do I make rockbox only charge on usb plug rather than go of?, on a e200
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04:23:15edrzwell, Lars_G seems to have left, but I have the same question.
04:23:23edrzthere is this FAQ: http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/SansaFAQ#Does_USB_work
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04:24:36edrzbut, my e250r shows the USB connection icon when plugged into USB while rockbox is running, but otherwise appears to hang and doesn't show up on the USB bus (debian lenny stock kernel)
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04:28:30edrzif powered off, it books into the original firmware when plugged into USB ...
04:29:19edrzare the sansa's rockbox USB issues something that can possibly be fixed in the future?
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04:39:19Unhelpfulpluginlib albumart searching. any thought before commit? i think perhaps cheating include guards might be cleaner than using #ifdef PLUGIN around the includes in the core source file... unhelpful.pastebin.com/m7e0ee32e">http://unhelpful.pastebin.com/m7e0ee32e
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04:42:59rasherUnhelpful: are you missing a file? Or do I just not undestand how this works
04:47:51Unhelpfulnot sure what you mean? it works like the other pluginlib_* files, it directly includes a core file, with some defines to cover up rb for core function calls that that file makes
04:48:06Unhelpfuloh, wait, i see what you mean :)
04:49:38Unhelpfulthis better? unhelpful.pastebin.com/m1b2fa807">http://unhelpful.pastebin.com/m1b2fa807
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04:50:19rasherThat would be the one I was looking for. I'm not one to judge the work though
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04:51:19Unhelpfulwell, it's similar to existing work for bitmap loader/scaler in pluginlib on mono targets. :)
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04:54:55unpaidbillso, any chance the docs are wrong and rockbox actually does work on a sansa e260v2 ?
04:55:36Unhelpfulsupported targets are on the front page at rockbox.org
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04:59:39unpaidbillthat's what i was afraid of.
04:59:52unpaidbilldisappointing, but at least it's not as bad as being stuck with ipod firmware :P
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07:46:06Unhelpfulwe have pictureflow on m:robe100 sim, and it should work on other swcodec targets with HAVE_TAGCACHE
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07:46:24LloreanWhy do we want pictureflow on targets without AA support in the WPS?
07:46:44Unhelpfulbut, it would appear that colors are inverted in greylib on m:robe100... is this a sim bug, or an actual oddity of the target?
07:46:57mint09a buddy of mine told me you have some type of eraser for sansas (e200 and c200). can you guys send them this way if available?
07:47:14UnhelpfulLlorean: to be able to look at your album art at all? pictureflow uses greylib on non-color targets, so it can display album art nicely on targets where core can't.
07:47:59LloreanUnhelpful: I guess it just seems like it'd be odd to have AA on the target if you could only use it in pictureflow and not in the WPS (and we'd get a lot of "Well, why not in the WPS?" style comments/requests)
07:49:18Unhelpfuli just code what looks interesting, or what other people suggest that looks interesting. amiconn wanted to be able to use PF on mono, and it wasn't all that hard to do :)
07:50:29LloreanAaah
07:51:01LloreanHow fast is scaling?
07:52:05Unhelpfuldepends on the target, really. downscaler can process 2560x1600 in 16s on e200... i don't have any coldfire hardware to test, but i commited code to use the emac there, which should be substantially faster than the C math on those targets.
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07:53:43LloreanI was more thinking, regarding mpegplayer.
07:54:09LloreanOn the Gigabeat F we can do about >50fps decoding, I think.
07:54:16LloreanAt 320x240, that is.
07:54:31UnhelpfulOH. the scaler is not really video-worthy on our targets, i suspect
07:54:44LloreanWell, you could probably do much lower quality for video.
07:56:28Unhelpfulyes... jhMikeS and i talked about this a bit ago, he wanted to use the scaler for thumbnailing in mpegplayer. apparently we already have a nearest-neighbor scaler for that, but thumbnails could be done using a HQ scaler.
07:57:01LloreanWhere would thumbnails be used?
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07:57:39Unhelpfuli'm not sure... but he said that there's apparently already a thumbnail/preview generator that can scale. might be something he has locally.
07:58:06Unhelpfulthe only real use i can see is if mpegplayer implemented its own filebrowser
07:58:19LloreanOr for a different sort of seeking.
07:58:39Unhelpfulwhy would we want to scale on seek?
07:58:41LloreanLike Netflix does on the xbox, show you a bunch of thumbnails of what's coming up so you can see further ahead than just 'current frame'
07:58:59Unhelpfulahh... i've never used seek on the 360 yet, but i get the idea
07:59:02LloreanKinda like pictureflow, but with points in the video.
07:59:18amiconnLlorean: Choosing resume points, iiuc
07:59:49LloreanAaah
07:59:53LloreanThumbnails for bookmarks.
07:59:55LloreanGood idea
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08:00:33Unhelpfulin any case, the core scaler can certainly work for the purpose, but apparently right now the scaling is done on planar YUV data, while the scaler on color targets works in packed RGB.
08:01:30LloreanI suppose for slower targets we could have a "really bad" scaler that just scales down to the nearest integer fraction that fits on screen, maybe? For people who really just can't be bothered to re-encode.
08:01:32Unhelpfulmy suggestion was that if he wants to scale the planar YUV, he consider copying the scaler out to another file, to use the greyscale version of it.
08:01:50amiconnFor greylib mpegplayer it should already be usable then, iiuc. That one just decodes Y
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08:02:33Unhelpfulamiconn: yes and no. it would still need a frontend that can feed the scaler... another thing i suggested he change, actually, if he were going to fork the scaler for that purpose
08:02:48Unhelpfulhack out the callback stuff, since he'd be using it exclusively on in-memory data
08:03:12amiconnhmm
08:04:23Unhelpfulit would make the code smaller, and marginally faster, for that purpose... on greyscale, a frontend to the core scaler would probably be a smaller solution.
08:05:13amiconngreylib = {greyscale, mono}
08:05:52amiconnOf course mpegplayer doesn't work on archos... but it does work on m:robe 100
08:06:23Unhelpfulthe same frontend could work with the greyscale pluginlib scaler - that basically *is* the core scaler, built in pluginlib for targets where it's not useful in core.
08:06:31amiconnjhMikeS: I'm not sure that having the real div0 handler available is worth the hassle. div0 handling differs depending on target anyway.
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08:09:09Unhelpfulamiconn: here's what i have so far: unhelpful.pastebin.com/m2499cda1">http://unhelpful.pastebin.com/m2499cda1
08:10:09Unhelpfulthe loading screen is broken right now, since it uses colors in native mode... and for some reason, greylib brightness is inverted on m:robe100 sim
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08:11:11Unhelpfulalso, the #if LCD_DEPTH > 1 around all the set_foreground calls should go... and i should move some of the possibly-useful-elsewhere macros from pictureflow into the feature_wrappers.h :)
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08:11:44kadobanUnhelpful: i believe "normal drawing" brightness is inverted on the m:robe100 sim as well (the standard lcd_ functions)
08:13:48amiconnThe greylib shouldn't be inverted (i.e. 0 should be black, 255 should be full red). I thought I fixed that
08:15:48Unhelpfulwell, this is what i see on sim :/
08:17:23*amiconn rebuilds some sims
08:20:06Unhelpfulfor the native-mode parts of PF that use bitmap drawing, what exactly should i be doing on mono? it looks like on mono, there is (because it would be useless) no color setting... so, what, draw just turns pixels on?
08:22:18*amiconn points Unhelpful to our fine wiki: http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/GraphicsAPI
08:22:53amiconnMeh, that reminds me of another thing I want to do...
08:26:40lucent...dance?
08:29:57*amiconn just fixed mentioned wiki page a bit
08:31:16lucentreminds me that I want to fix up the description for building cross-compile tools
08:31:29Unhelpfulamiconn: ah... all i needed was an rb->lcd_set_drawmode in addition to the MYLCD(set_drawmode) :D
08:31:53lucentI'm not certain what to write in place, or how to address the fact that it presently suggests to edit rockboxdev.sh (while this has been made obsolete by environment variables)
08:32:31Unhelpfulremove that suggestion, and document how it works now?
08:33:23lucentUnhelpful: we have the released versions though, does the Wiki reflect SVN now or released versions?
08:33:28amiconnlucent: No, improve & unify bitmap handling. There would be only one pair of functions: lcd_bitmap()/lcd_bitmap_part(). In-memory bitmaps would have a header telling whether they're mono, native, or transparent
08:33:48lucentsorry about distracting you folks from lcd stuffs
08:34:03Unhelpfullucent: hurgh.... yes, that's not pretty, either.
08:34:26amiconnThis would also bring transparent bitmaps to greyscale and mono targets, using a mask bitmap referenced in that header
08:34:45Lloreanlucent: I told you earlier, it should reflect SVN
08:34:45LloreanDo you still have me on ignore?
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08:34:53Unhelpfulamiconn: on color/grey targets, the header's format field indicates mono/native
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08:35:04LloreanThere's no "released version" of rockboxdev.sh
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08:35:11amiconnThe caller wouldn't have to worry about the type, it would be some kind of "bitmap object" (and that even though I don't like OO in general...)
08:36:11Unhelpfulalso, format is extended quite a bit, to tell the loader we want transparent, scaled, aspect preserved, etc.
08:37:20amiconnI'm not talking about the parameter to the bmp loader, but about in-memory bitmaps
08:37:28Unhelpfullucent: seriously, have you *still* got Llorean on ignore? because he's answered your question.
08:37:53amiconnRight now they're just arrays of either fb_data (native) or uint8_t (mono), and the caller needs to know what they are
08:38:32amiconnThey would get a little header that states their type, as well as width and height (so those parameters would no longer be necessary for the respective functions)
08:38:52Unhelpfulisn't that what's in struct bitmap?
08:39:02amiconnhmm?
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08:39:41Unhelpfulstruct bitmap contains a pointer to the bitmap data, the width, the height, and, on grey/color targets, a format field, which the loader sets to FORMAT_NATIVE or FORMAT_MONO.
08:40:39amiconnAh, forgot that someone already started on this in the loader
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08:41:06Unhelpfulsomebody? i could swear the file header says you were the last one to touch it before me :)
08:41:34Unhelpful(and i'm sure everybody who touches it has updated the comments)
08:42:42amiconnWell, anyway currently the various lcd drivers don't make use of that, as built-in bitmaps don't have it, only ones loaded from bmp
08:43:28amiconnThe header will need a secondary data pointer for transparent bitmaps (on depths < 16)
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08:44:55Guest3700Hi guys! Is this the right place to ask for some quick rockbox support?
08:45:11LloreanYes.
08:45:18LloreanBut check in the manual first, please
08:45:29lucentfor supported targets, sure
08:47:39Guest3700i already read the iPod Video Manual but it didn't really help. I've installed Rockbox yesterday but now it looks like it's completely slowing down my iPod. Is this normal?
08:48:09lucentwe refer to the original firmware as OF for clarity, and Rockbox as RB
08:48:09LloreanGuest3700: Slowing down how?
08:48:21lucentare you saying that OF is operating more slowly with RB installed?
08:48:50Guest3700for example: I click on a track (any track) and it takes up to 40 seconds to start playing.
08:49:07lucentGuest3700: where from, though? OF or RB?
08:49:22Guest3700RB
08:49:49*lucent tilts head pondering this
08:50:11LloreanGuest3700: Which SVN revision, and what settings have you changed?
08:50:18LloreanAre you using database or filetree, do you have album art?
08:51:47Guest3700what's svn? I haven't changed any settings yet (except "Load to RAM" but I restored the default), there are no album covers. I'm using the database
08:52:04LloreanAre you using the release version, or the current version?
08:52:28amiconnHmm, there's definitely a bug in the m:r100 sim colour setup
08:52:30LloreanYou should set Load To Ram back on, that should speed things up significantly. You should also enable dircache, this is also described in the manual.
08:55:43Guest3700I think it's the current version. I downloaded the automatic installer. Ok. I enabled the dircache and Load to RAM, rebooted but it's still slow.
08:55:56LloreanIs it also slow if you play from the filetree?
08:56:20amiconnIt sets the "no-backlight" colours even if the simulated backlight is on (but with proper brightness mapping), and then is sets the "backlight" colours when pressing a button, but inverted
08:56:25*lucent wonders "what file format is this? Apple something-or-other?"
08:56:46amiconnRunning fire.rock makes it obvious
08:56:58Lloreanlucent: The file format *should* be irrelevant, it's most likely the database being slow.
08:57:43at0mhow can we tell how much RAM is used by the DB? I've installed a larger disk in my player, and i'm afraid to fill the RAM with the DB instead of music buffer..
08:57:57lucentLlorean: don't tell me that, tell Guest3700
08:57:57Guest3700Filetree is also slow -.-
08:57:57Lloreanat0m: You could just not turn on "Load to RAM"
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08:58:25LloreanGuest3700: If you select a song in filetree it takes 40 seconds to start? Is this a real time (timed) or are you exaggerating?
08:58:33at0mLlorean: that's what i'm doing, using file browser and disabled both directory and DB from RAM
08:59:02Lloreanat0m: You can see how much RAM you have free in the debug menus. Check how much is available to buffering
08:59:20at0mLlorean: excellent, cheers.
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09:00:29Guest3700Llorean: I just counted the time it took to start a new song and it's 35.2 seconds
09:01:00Lloreanlucent: I told you that, because I thought it was information you might wish to be aware of when trying to help someone in the future (so that you might better ask them the most likely to be 'interesting' questions). I didn't direct it at him because I assume he can still read even if it has your name in front, and because there's no reason for him not to answer it at this poitn.
09:01:42LloreanGuest3700: And you said it wasn't doing this at first, then the behaviour started? What exactly did you do before it started?
09:03:10Unhelpfulamiconn: so this may be a sim bug, not a greylib bug? i did notice that the greylib colors are *quite* strange with the "backlight" off - ie, bright red to medium grey, rather than bright red to dark red
09:03:30*lucent loses interest in helping today
09:03:35Guest3700oh sorry. I think I didn't say that clearly: I installed Rockbox yesterday, syncronised it during the night and now I used it for the first time. So it never was "quick"
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09:04:17LloreanGuest3700: What do you use to sync?
09:04:18amiconnIt seems like it's a sim bug. The sim colours for m:r100 are strange - imo they should be black to red for backlight on, and black to darkish grey for backlight off
09:05:09Guest3700Mediamonkey 3.
09:05:40LloreanHow are you playing songs in the filetree, exactly? (And in the database, for that matter?)
09:07:15Unhelpfulwhat's mono+swcodec besides m:robe?
09:08:01n1sclip?
09:08:04Guest3700Well ... I go to the certain folder, and SELECT-click the song. In Database it's the same (Path would be something like Database->Artist->AC/DC->Back in Black->Shoot to thrill.mp3) SELECT-click and wait
09:08:14Unhelpfulthat's the only other thing i can think of, as well
09:08:38n1sUnhelpful: i'm pretty sure it's the only one besides the mrobe
09:08:58Unhelpfuland clip is unsupported, and not fully working?
09:09:22n1sGuest3700: is it as slow for all songs or only some?
09:09:23LloreanGuest3700: Could your player be highly fragmented?
09:09:49n1sUnhelpful: yes, it's unsupported not sure how well it works
09:10:26Unhelpfuli'll pester gevaerts later, it appears he has both, anyway :)
09:10:49amiconnActually the weird sim colours covered a few other bugs...
09:10:58Unhelpfulhere's the revised patch, the loading splash works properly on mono now: unhelpful.pastebin.com/m5f89025e">http://unhelpful.pastebin.com/m5f89025e
09:11:56Guest3700I don't know, how can I check? (Sorry I'm a idiot at the computer) But now there's a small success: The Database now works really fast (Start, Pause, Resume) but the Playlist and the Filetree are still slow. By the way: I followed this tutorial to get my playlists to work with RB http://www.mediamonkey.com/support/index.php?_m=knowledgebase&_a=viewarticle&kbarticleid=12
09:12:51Guest3700ok. database is slow again -.- I didn't change anything
09:13:07LloreanGuest3700: Does it seem to depend on which song you select?
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09:15:45Guest3700no it doesn't depend on the song. but it seems like it needs some time to copy the songs from a folder into the RAM or something like that because after something like 40 seconds the first track starts to play and after that the following 5-8 tracks are also fast. (But that's just in the DataBase and sadly not in the Playlist...)
09:16:13LloreanWhat do you mean "in the playlist"?
09:16:18LloreanBoth should buffer your audio.
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09:16:49LloreanWhich iPod do you have, and what "automatic installer" did you use?
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09:19:55Guest3700did you check the link I posted? When I first syncronised the iPod+RB with MM there were no Playlists because MM doesn't store them as .m3u... I used the "Rockbox Utility" from the official page (http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/RockboxUtility)
09:21:57amiconnThere is a really ooooolld sim colour bug :\
09:22:18LloreanGuest3700: Which iPod do you have?
09:22:32amiconnLooks like it's more than 3 years old
09:22:41LloreanAnd what about when you play from the filetree, does it skip quickly after it finished buffering there?
09:24:34Guest3700iPod Video (5G) 30GB. No it doesn't skip quickly in filetree. It seems like it just buffers the current song, after the song's over it buffers the next song, etc..
09:25:10LloreanYou can check the buffering status via the debug menu.
09:25:28LloreanSo the disk stops spinning when the first track is started, and spins again as soon as you try to skip?
09:26:47n1sGuest3700: which format are your songs in?
09:27:36Guest3700is it the "View dircache info"? Yes that's the way how the disk currently works. Most of my songs are mp3 (about 95%)
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09:29:37amiconnDo we have a dedicated macro for inverted-display targets (like m:robe 100) already?
09:29:43*amiconn can't find any
09:30:40LloreanGuest3700: That will tell us if dircache is actually working. It wasn't what I'd intended, but worth checking
09:32:04*amiconn fixed the sim colour inits locally, but isn't sure about the best way to fix the inversion for m:r100 greylib simulation
09:32:07Guest3700well what point of the debug menu is the one that helps you? "Buffering Thread"?
09:32:55LloreanThat's the one. You should watch it while music is playing and see which buffers get full
09:39:49*amiconn exaggerated a little
09:40:03Guest3700pcm is constantly changing (also when playing songs from the DB), alloc and real are changing from about 0% to 50% (when playing DB both of them were full) and usefl remains at 30% (only small changes). When the first track ends and the second one starts the are all empty
09:40:16amiconnThe sim colour init bug was introducded on Feb 13 2006, in r8686
09:41:01LloreanGuest3700: That's very unusual behaviour.
09:41:06amiconn...and I "ported" the bug to the extended init (for greylib simulation) in r8845
09:41:06kadobanamiconn: so will that actually invert the colors in the simulator (fixing that bug)? or is it somehow not that simple?
09:41:21LloreanPCM should fluctuate, the second two should be full I believe, and the last one should fill up, then empty, then fill up, then empty
09:42:01amiconnkadoban: That's another bug, actually. Colours in the sim looked weird right after sim start, and also right after greylib init, due to a bug in the initial colour setup (mixing backlit and non-backlit colours)
09:42:26kadobanahh, i see
09:42:27Guest3700In the worst case I'd have to uninstall RB -.-
09:42:29amiconnThe inversion needs to be fixed as well, but I'm not sure where the best place to do this is
09:43:44LloreanGuest3700: In the filetree, are they sorted in folders by album, or are they in the iPod format with strange four-character filenames?
09:45:30amiconnThere are several possible way to fix that. I could do it in the greylib (sim specific part) by inverting returned pixel values for mr100. I could also do it in the sim code, either by inverting the pixel value, or by inverting the sdl gradient
09:46:00Guest3700yes. F00/P01 and so on. When I unchecked this option in MediaMonkey every single song was in X(iPod Drive letter):\Music\
09:46:09Guest3700no subfolders, etc.
09:46:36amiconnDoing it in the sim would have the advantage that I wouldn't need to check for mr100 specifically, but could compare UI_LCD_BGCOLORLIGHT and UI_LCD_FGCOLORLIGHT
09:46:53LloreanGuest3700: Have you tried removing the iPod structure, and just copying the files over normally and seeing if the problem goes away?
09:46:56amiconnBut how do I compare "r, g, b" values in the preprocessor?
09:49:18Guest3700No but MediaMonkey has two sync options: The first one is the usual iPod structure and the second one is different (like I said: evey song in \Music without any subfolders) I tried both ways with a small playlist (20 tracks) but it didn't make any difference. RB is slow...
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09:50:43LloreanGuest3700: Try just playing the songs from a folder, not using a playlist.
09:51:11Guest3700same effect
09:51:21Guest3700the only working thing is the DB
09:51:22LloreanThere's no way you could've tried it.
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09:51:39LloreanYou have 27 seconds from when I said it to when you said "no effect" so it clearly wasn't 40 seconds this time if you did.
09:52:26Guest3700no, I tried it some time ago (honestly).
09:52:42LloreanI thought you hadn't manually copied any songs over to have a normal folder structure
09:53:01LloreanThat's what I'm suggesting
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09:53:12LloreanCopy a folder of songs over normally, and try playing a song in it.
09:53:48Guest3700Oh! I thought this might be the same way how MediaMonkey syncronises when the Apple-Structure isn't enabled. Ok I'll try it
09:56:01Guest3700the filepath just has to be something like this: X.\Artist\(album?)\xxx.mp3 right?
09:56:34LloreanAnything, really
09:56:38kadobanGuest3700: rockbox doesn't really care what the file path is
09:56:41LloreanJust put some songs in a folder and try to play one
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09:57:12amiconnHmm, I'll probably just do a quick fix for now, then try to implement another idea of mine during the WE
09:57:46amiconn(moving the sim lcd colours to the config-<target>.h files, then use them for the sim, screendumps, ...)
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09:59:23amiconnRight now mono screendumps always use the archos colours except for mr100, and 2bpp screendumps always use the h1x0 colours
09:59:27Guest3700ok. In theory I copy music to the iPod, (safely) disconnect, go to Files->AC-DC->Black Ice->any mp3, right?
09:59:37LloreanYes, click select on it
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10:00:07amiconnThis will need some funny preprocessor macros...
10:00:31Guest3700sh*t ... there are no mp3s in the folder? I saw them in Windows explorer but RB can't find them ...
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10:09:23Guest3700Well, thank you for you support Llorean but I'll now sadly uninstall RB. Once again: Thank you :-) Bye
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10:22:46Unhelpfulok, i think that mono pictureflow is pretty much done... i cleaned up comments, the only other thing i can think of is maybe adding a feat_ prefix for things from feature_wrappers.h, but function/macro names are long enough, already.
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10:49:12Unhelpfulamiconn: remind me to kill MEM_FUNCTION_WRAPPERS dead, and soon :/
10:49:54amiconnThose should go into the pluginlib (which shouldn't be difficult now)...
10:50:54Unhelpfuli know. mpegplayer borrows some files from codecs for mpeg audio decoding... it doesn't like the codeclib, though, does it?
10:51:44amiconnIt compiles libmad on its own (due to potentially different iram usage)
10:52:29amiconnThe codeclib wouldn't be useful (ci <-> rb)
10:53:46amiconnUnhelpful: Btw, the loader-inited codec api pointer probably needs fixing test_codec. Did you try that plugin after your change?
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10:54:35Unhelpfulno, you're right, that probably does need to be fixed. won't be hard, should be pretty much the same as the plugin overlay loader
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10:55:21amiconnHmm, maybe not
10:56:44amiconnIt uses rb->codec_load_file(), which should do the required init
10:59:19n1sis anyone against committing FS #9717 possibly enclosed in an #ifdef SIMULATOR to get rid of those annoying sim warnings?
10:59:42Unhelpfuli wish i could say pf is "beautiful" on mrobe sim now... but it's as good as it'll get
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11:01:35Unhelpfulhave we tested if an #ifdef for sim makes it build quietly on both sim an target?
11:02:52Unhelpfulamiconn: is test_codec the only reason that we *pass* the codec API pointer when loading codecs? or is there a reason that core needs to do that, as well?
11:03:18amiconnI think it's the only reason. codecs.c 's histoy should tell
11:03:31n1sthe warnings only show up for sims because for some reason newer versions on the sdl headers include other headers that define those macros so #ifdef for sim should be fine, can't test locally because i don't get these warnings
11:04:25*Unhelpful does for clip :)
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11:06:09Unhelpfulamiconn: if that's the only reason, might it be possible to instead add a pointer to one core codec_api to the plugin API?
11:06:43amiconn?
11:07:20amiconnThe codec gets different apis, depending whether it's loaded from the core or from test_codec
11:08:01Unhelpfulit does now, but does it have to?
11:08:46Unhelpfulheh, pf looks a bit... funny on clip sim.
11:10:08amiconnYes, it has to. test_codec mimics being the core
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11:12:54amiconnI'm not sure greylib simulation is 100% correct in the sim.
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11:14:33amiconnIn the *Clip* sim, I mean
11:16:12bluebrotherBagder: around?
11:16:24amiconnThe sim sdl surface needs 2 colours normally for mono targets. Greylib simulation adds another 129 colours The Clip sim uses twice as many colours, meaning it would need >256 colours for greylib simulation. Since this is impossible for paletted surfaces, it does some nasty reduction
11:16:28*amiconn sigh
11:22:04*amiconn is building a clip sim
11:22:12Unhelpfulamiconn: well, nasty or not, it certainly seems to work. i just mostly meant that PF knows *nothing* about the clip's segmented display - a few of my tall covers extend into it, and the title on the splash screen pretty much straddles the split
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11:23:22T0pazthe creative firmware contains 5048 functions :/
11:23:38T0pazgoing to be here a while
11:23:51Unhelpfulhrm... but, it looks like LCD_HEIGHT is only the height of the blue part of the display? it's very odd, the reflections don't touch the display bottom as they should, but the FPS counter goes almost to the bottom (with album titles at top
11:25:22amiconnI guess this is due to the surface mixup
11:25:45amiconnThe extra colours are just chopped off, it seems (i.e. set the same as the last used colour)
11:26:11amiconnLCD_HEIGHT is the height of the whole display (64)
11:26:21Unhelpfulit also looks like we have the color inversion for greylib on clib, as well?
11:26:43Unhelpfulthe ? on the no-cover bitmap should be light
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11:27:26amiconncliblip ;) Yes, I think so
11:28:47pixelmaUnhelpful: btw. the slightly smaller images in pf look odd on the c200 because the angles are not right
11:29:07amiconnhmpf
11:29:29amiconnClip sim doesn't compile... (test plugins enabled, so invisible in the build table)
11:29:40Unhelpfulpixelma: eh? i'm not sure precisely what you mean?
11:30:00pixelmaok, getting a screenshot for you
11:30:14amiconnButton map missing in greyscale.c
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11:44:00amiconnUnhelpful: The clip also needs greylib inverted, but it's handle in the UI_LCD_SPLIT part. Just doing it there would be dirrty...
11:45:08pixelmaUnhelpful: http://home.infocity.de/m.arnold/temp/c200-pf-comparisom.png . Note the "gap" between the outmost slides and the inner ones, it just doesn't look right in my eyes. It's probably due to the fact that the c200's screen has a more "widescreen" aspect ratio than others and pf always shows 5 slides
11:45:33pixelmahehe... typo in file name but the link is correct
11:45:55Unhelpfulhuh... how old is "old"?
11:46:50Unhelpfuloh, and the change to using configfile would've wiped your settings and used defaults
11:46:52pixelmaquite, don't know exactly... just found an old screenshot lying around here
11:47:27pixelmahuh?
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11:48:15pixelmanot sure what you want to tell me with this
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11:52:57Unhelpfullast weekend or so, i converted pictureflow to use configfile, instead of writing a struct out to disk. this would've caused it to use the default values for everything configurable, like the margin between the center and side covers, and the spacing between side covers. it also looks to me like the covers are *smaller*, though, and that's the part that really strikes me as strange.
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11:55:30pixelmaI didn't adjust anything wrt to spacing so this is the new default. The smaller is what it makes things look odd I think and that's because of your change some time ago to make the slides LCD_HEIGHT/2 or so - was fixed 50x50 before on the c200 which is more than half of the screen height
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11:56:42Unhelpfulhrm, you may be right about that.
11:57:22pixelmasmaller spacing makes it look a bit bettere
11:57:27Unhelpfulthat makes the "old" quite old... i think the major difference is the scaling and the new defaults, but perhaps i can get the defaults looking nicer at that aspect ratio
11:57:29pixelmabetter too
11:59:00pixelmait looks like spacing between the center piece and previous and next slide is fixed?
11:59:39pixelmaI mean the 3 center ones
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12:02:03Unhelpfulthat's the "center margin" setting :)
12:02:40pixelmaI often quit the plugin instead of going to the menu
12:03:49Unhelpfulthe blank space on either side of the middle slide is the "center margin" setting
12:07:40pixelmaplaying around a bit with it, it will look better when increased. The weird look is probably due to the fact that with the default center margin and spacing settings the spacing between the 3 center slides is smaller than the outer ones
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12:10:01gartralthr e200s wont render more than 2 slides too either side untill you bump it too 12, then it "squashes" the right half of them over the slide your trying too view
12:10:31pixelmaI also prefer the slightly bigger pictures in general because the lower part of the reflection is almost invisible anyways and then I like to see more "detail" in the art itself
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12:11:01Unhelpfulgartral: bump what to 12?
12:11:12gartralthe slide count, sorry
12:11:23Unhelpful10 is the maximum.
12:11:31gartraland i meant to put 10, not 12
12:13:03gartraloh, and center margin has to be 0 to reproduce the squashing and overlay effect
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12:14:38Unhelpfulgartral: the e200 is also portrait - it doesn't have a lot of space, horizontally. and i don't know what you mean by "squashing", exactly? let me try these settings on mine...
12:15:14gartralno, dont bother, i cant get it too do it again, might have been a one off bug
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12:17:46Unhelpful"number of slides" should probably go away, anyway - it just sets how many slides to render, something that we can calculate based on other settings
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12:19:58gartraland the "spacing" setting dosnt seem to do anything, either
12:22:10Unhelpfulit does, it's simply that it's practically impossible to see it on portrait targets.
12:22:27Unhelpfulthere's basically not room for more than three slides on the screen :/
12:23:26bluebrotherhow about rotating the screen like mpegplayer does?
12:24:11Unhelpfula lovely idea, can core draw rotated text for use, as well?
12:25:02bluebrotherno idea. Just had this idea popping into my mind
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12:25:19gartralalso, im seeing the same reflection stopping before it hits the last pixel issue, it stops about 5 pixel away from bottom
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12:26:16Unhelpful"the ... issue"... is this a known, previously reported bug?
12:27:41Unhelpfulpixelma: could always make the size larger, and move the slides closer to screen top...
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12:31:35amiconnCore cannot draw rotated text. mpegplayer implements its own version of that
12:32:17*amiconn still wonders who though that a portrait lcd would be a good idea on a dap
12:32:22amiconn*thought
12:32:25Unhelpfuli feared that... sounds like a candidate for pluginlib
12:32:53Unhelpfuli'm not sure, but all of ours have, except the karma, which is square-ish
12:33:23gartralhuh, im seeing one more bug, a few albums have the wrong art associated too them, this is only apparent on one album so far, and the art file is 5 pixels thinner than it is tall
12:33:31*amiconn only has landscape targets except the beast
12:33:46gartralone albumart*
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12:34:05Unhelpfulgartral: is it supposed to be thinner than it is tall?
12:34:45gartralno, i mean the file was saved at 300x295, and it appears as the art for three albums
12:35:35gartraland im using the simple cover.bmp in with the audio files way of displaying them
12:37:00pixelmaUnhelpful: aside from the my preferences - I guess the main "problem" is not accounting much for screen aspect ratios? I don't have an idea for a solution though
12:38:33gartralwell, pictureflow is more the aesthetic plugin anyway, i would probably use it more if i could start a=or affect pplayback through it
12:40:29amiconnThis should be possible once that it doesn't use bufalloc anymore
12:41:05amiconn(running it during playback, select an album to play, or perhaps even inserting individual tracks from an album)
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12:42:58amiconnIt would simply act as yet another different browser. We already have two browsers anyway (file and database)
12:43:09pixelmaon the c200 at least , it also needs better controls, otherwise you could only select the first track in an album to play ;\
12:43:53gartralamiconn: you can start pictuerflow while playing if you get to it before the buffers fill, but it does cause the DAP to freeze up
12:44:54amiconnpixelma: That's really just a button map fix. It probably requires getting rid of PLA in PF, and going from there
12:45:39JdGordonwhy does PF need a mor complicated button map than PLA?
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12:47:28pixelmaI know. Although if it has a quite standard control schem (up/down/left/right, select, menu, quit). If there was this one context to use... but it stupidly combines contexts
12:49:56pixelmaJdGordon: I'd consider PLA in its current form and how it's used there the most complicated one, so everything else would be simpler
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12:49:59amiconnCombining PLA contexts will *always* break on some targets, so it must not be done. If a plugin would need combined contexts, it must not use PLA
12:50:30amiconnThat doesn't mean it shouldn't use the action code, but then it needs to define its own, custom context(s)
12:51:13amiconnImo all plugins should use the action code - it would remove the need for all this _PRE #ifdefing
12:51:32amiconnSame goes for alternate buttons triggering the same action (M3 comes to mind)
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12:55:59gartralor pressing power on the e200s, causing it to both stop and go back a dir/quite WPS
12:57:21amiconnThat's something different - bugs in the core keymap
12:57:38gartralah
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14:37:58amiconnjhMikeS: What about using the SWI instruction for the div0 handler on arm?
14:39:49*amiconn is also not convinced that we really it. Just returning 0 is fine imo. Garbage in, garbage out
14:40:43amiconnAfaik SH1 division just returns 0 on div0, as does software division on coldfire (which we don't use anymore though)
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16:39:47LambdaCalculus37Since I'm doing the Clip manual and some of that work may end up being included in other AMS Sansa targets, I think I may make a general installation chapter for these targets if they all have the same install method.
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16:40:56LambdaCalculus37Currently, it looks like the AMS Sansa bootloader install method is similar to that of the H100 and H300 (patch an official firmware update with our bootloader and let the device do a firmware update).
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16:42:27kugelLambdaCalculus37: I think we didn't figure out the final installation mehtod yet :) But yes, as of now, it's requring patching a OF file using mkamsboot, and let the OF's firmware update procedure install our bootloader
16:44:21LambdaCalculus37kugel: Yes, but when it comes to the time to make the AMS Sansas a supported target, we may end up making a different tool to do the work, similar to iPodpatcher or Sansapatcher, or FWpatcher for the iriver H100 and H300.
16:44:32LambdaCalculus37But this is speculation, of course. :)
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16:56:44kugelUnhelpful: ping
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17:16:54T0pazdoes anybody know when mcuelenaere tends to be here?
17:17:42gevaertsT0paz: rasher.dk/rockbox/ircstats/2009.php">http://rasher.dk/rockbox/ircstats/2009.php
17:18:22rasherThe timezone is (I believe) CEST
17:18:57gevaertsSo (if I read that right) European evening
17:19:31T0pazah, cool
17:19:33T0pazsame as me
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17:20:27T0pazi have managed to successfully mess up the volume-fade-out when you pause, on this creative zen
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17:29:43xqtftqxI may have just found out something with the zune!
17:29:48xqtftqx1401/tcp open goldleaf-licman?
17:29:54gartralshould the rockbox1d game be removed, or moved too demos, because it really isnt a game >.>
17:30:18xqtftqxI found the zunes IP adress when it was connected and ran a port scan and found that port 1401 is open on the zune
17:30:46LambdaCalculus37xqtftqx: Can you find out something about the firmware signature that way?
17:31:02xqtftqxIm not sure, i dont even know what the port is
17:31:36gartrali would use a packet sniffer (like wireshark) too take a detailed examination of it
17:31:49xqtftqxyeah, im gonna take a look at what happens when it requests a song preview
17:32:09xqtftqxand maybe setup a dns server, and forward it to my own song. Maybe a buffer overflow?
17:32:24xqtftqxThen if we could run code, dump the flash and take a look that way
17:33:08gartralmm, i belive they do have to have some form of authentication from the zune servers at microsoft, but this is third hand knowledge
17:33:47xqtftqxIts a 30 second song preview
17:34:23gartralif m$ had there way, the zune would be a subscription only audio device >.>
17:36:18xqtftqxIm going to run an arp attack on the zune, see what i can find
17:37:44xqtftqxBut i was just comming in here to say that there is sometihng
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17:41:46xqtftqxPort 1401: Goldleaf License Manager
17:41:52xqtftqxWhat do you think that is?
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17:42:11gartraldrm authentication
17:42:21rasherxqtftqx: Whatever it is - that doesn't have to be what's running on that port. I wouldn't give it too much thought until you know what traffic happens
17:42:40xqtftqxI understand that, but thats what it looks like
17:42:55gartrallike i said, it probably links back too microsoft, or proxies through them
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17:43:07xqtftqxIt does
17:43:25gartralthen its %98 DRM related
17:43:37xqtftqxWhenever it requests a song, it starts sending stuff to microsoft
17:43:51gartralyep, thats what it sounds like
17:44:26xqtftqxIm just trying to find any holes i can for this thing
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18:34:47casainhohello :-) - I would like to know if on "int sd_read_sectors(IF_MV2(int drive,) unsigned long start, int count, void* buf)", if buf is a pointer?
18:35:19casainhoand if I can do like this "*buf++ = sdcard_receive_byte();" to receive each byte and put on buffer?
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18:42:12kugelcasainho: look at sd_transfer_sector in ata_sd_as3525.c, or sd_read_sector in ata-sd-pp.c
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18:42:31casainhokugel: I will, thanks ;-)
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18:45:51casainhoI didn't used mutex before, can someone please xplain why the need? for example, on SD card drivers "mutex_lock(&sd_mtx);" ?? and this mutex is just used on drivers or will be used by ipper layers?
18:45:57casainhoupper layers?
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18:52:43kugelcasainho: http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/RockboxKernel#Mutex_functions
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19:03:19webguest46I noticed there wasn't a VID or PID for the Sansa e260 on the autodetect wiki.... so I thought I should report it.....
19:04:12rasherwebguest46: Please do - also, is this an "old" (PortalPlayer based) e260, or a new (AMS based) e260?
19:04:47webguest46not sure how I would know...
19:05:08webguest46Device: Sansa e260
19:05:47webguest46VID: 0781 PID: 7420
19:06:05rasherwebguest46: check the firmware version in the original firmware
19:07:50rasherwebguest46: Settings > Info here..
19:08:51webguest46(already did a manual install of rockbox)
19:09:45rasherDid you use mkamsboot or sansapatcher?
19:09:55webguest46(I do recall having some "old V1" version that was updateable... not an un-updatable "v2" version)
19:09:59webguest46sansapatcher
19:10:11rasherAlright, v1/PP then
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19:12:50LloreanJaykay: Yes?
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19:14:14Jaykayllorean: i thought i could annoy you with a discussion about the closure of http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/9818....
19:14:32LloreanIt's not a bug.
19:15:01Jaykayi already read this somewhere.
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19:15:22Jaykayso does displaying of the "wrong" information dely displaying of the right information? even a little bit?
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19:15:30LloreanNo.
19:15:46Jaykaysure?
19:15:52LloreanIt defaults to other information (based on how the WPS designed) until the metadata is available.
19:16:14LloreanIf it bothers you, just design a WPS that doesn't have a default condition when metadata is unavailable.
19:16:15Jaykayyeah but these information must also be loaded
19:16:27Jaykaybut they are available....
19:16:38LloreanThe information isn't immediately available.
19:16:45LloreanUntil the file is loaded off disk, it's not.
19:16:54LloreanWhile the *other* information is the path to the file, which is stored in the playalist
19:17:01LloreanSo it's available before you've ever even accessed the file.
19:17:18Jaykayok.... thanks
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19:27:38casainhocan someone please explain to me if "void* buf" on an argument of a function, means that "buf" is a pointer? why the void type?
19:28:49bluebrothercasainho: a void* is simply a pointer without explicitly mentioning the type
19:28:55kugelbecause you can pass any pointer to it, without compiler warnings
19:29:05kugeland without explicit casting
19:29:05bertrikyes, buf is a pointer, it's probably void * because it can be easily cast
19:29:17bluebrotheryou need to typecast it to your desired target pointer type, then you can do any pointer arithmetics you want
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19:29:49bluebrotheryou usually use a void* if you don't want (or cannot) specify the type.
19:30:07casainhothanks :-) −− and so I am doing like this: unsigned short *addr_buf = &buf[];
19:30:31bluebrotherfor example, malloc() returns a void*, as malloc has no idea what type the memory you're allocating should be.
19:30:35casainhoand I will use *addr_buf to put data on buff
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19:30:48bluebrotherthough malloc() might be a bad example because Rockbox doesn't have it ;-)
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19:31:09casainhobluebrother: hmmm... a simpler example for me, please ;-)
19:31:18bluebrothercasainho: I don't get your context.
19:31:46bluebrother(of the unsigned short *addr_buf line)
19:31:49casainho*addr_buf++ = sdcard_receive_byte();
19:31:52bertrikvoid * are also often used to supply context to a callback function, but that's probably not an easy example
19:32:13kugelcasainho: ok, how about this example: in rockbox we have a quicksort function, which sorts any stuff you pass to it (using the function pointer passed to it)
19:32:55kugelbecause you want to quicksort any type of data, the data is void*, and casted to the real data in the function which quicksort uses
19:34:11casainhokugel: okok - I think I understand now. And english is not my main language, that makes difficult for me to understand the things ;-)
19:34:17bluebrotherhmm. Not sure if that is an easy example as you need to provide quicksort a function which does the sorting. Though I can't think of a better one right now ...
19:34:43kugelyea, it's the only one that came into my mind (and which is in rockbox)
19:34:48casainhookok - I will see if my code works :-)
19:35:39bluebrothermaybe memcpy is a bit simpler −− you can pass it any type of memory you want to copy, and give it the number of bytes.
19:35:52casainhocan you look at this code and see if it will work? - http://pastebin.com/m73a7ff3a
19:36:22bluebrotherbut memcpy itself copies bytes, so it typecasts the data pointers to bytes and copies them. You need to take care yourself that the data itself aligns with the number of bytes.
19:37:21*kugel still thinks ata_sd_as3525.c is a good example of doing sd transfers
19:37:23bertrikcasainho, I think you can simply use "buf" instead of "&buf[]"
19:37:39kugelread or write doesn't really matter for understanding the *buf stuff
19:37:41bluebrothercasainho: not sure how exactly you code will work (I guess the compiler will throw a warning), but line 4 should be *addr_buf = (unsigned short*)buf;
19:38:06casainhokugel: sd card drivers for Sansa V2 uses SD bus while I am using SPI bus....
19:38:33bluebrotherwell, isn't the real point simply the void* thingy? ;-)
19:38:40kugelso? the transfer is the same logic, just the hardware access functions/marcros are slightly different
19:38:44kugelor am I wrong here?
19:39:26casainhokugel: I don't really know, I know that they are different and I have example drivers outside Rockbox that are much more simple for me to understand, read
19:40:17*gevaerts thinks that if casting void * to char * counts as advanced stuff, you need to learn C first
19:40:18casainhokugel: but I am being looking to that ata_sd_as3525.c, as reference of what I must implement ;-)
19:42:01bertrikas far as I know, sd transfers are indeed slightly different from spi transfers, so ata_sd_as3525 might not be the best reference
19:43:19bluebrotherBagder: ping
19:43:22kugelcasainho: look, I reduced the transfer function to make it clear how to handle the buf pointer http://pastie.org/369712
19:43:33Bagderbluebrother: I'm here now a few mins at least!
19:43:45bluebrotheroh! Looks I need to be quick ;-)
19:43:59casainhokugel: THANKS!!! I will run it now and debug ;-)
19:44:01bluebrotherI want to finally get around and finish the rbutil-gets-releaseversions-from-web
19:44:32bluebrothershould we introduce another -info file or put it in the daily one? I'm in favor of the latter, to have less downloads to handle
19:44:58kugelcasainho: and transfer in this snippet is the number which is actually transfered in *1* while step
19:46:05bertrikthat snippet doesn't make sense to me
19:46:09bluebrothercasainho: not sure what exactly you want to do in that function, but you'll always write to the same byte at buf −− plus, as you don't typecast it the compiler doesn't know what type it is.
19:46:11Bagderbluebrother: I'm fine with putting it in the already existing daily file
19:46:56Bagderbluebrother: I think we should make it "[model] = [release]" to allow for different targets to have different releases
19:47:07bluebrotherBagder: then I'm asking for a new section in the daily release-info file like here: http://www.alice-dsl.net/dominik.riebeling/rockbox/release-info
19:47:24Bagderexactly what I have in mind
19:47:28bluebrother:)
19:47:31kugelbtw, what happened to the beast?
19:47:49kugelI see the manual is downloadable, but it's been quite about releasing it recently
19:47:49Bagderbluebrother: I'll get a version going for you to try later tonight or so
19:47:56LloreanBagder, bluebrother: Sounds good to me. It will be nice to be able to have point releases for just needed targets and have it handled well
19:48:20Bagderyeah, like the archoses 3.0.1
19:48:24bluebrotherBagder: cool. I already did some local work on this so I expect it to be finished rather quickly
19:48:27casainhobluebrother: on that function, I need to send some commands to SD Card, to read multiple blocks of t512 bytes each. And I think I must write on "buf" every byte, on this case 512 bytes for each "count", right?
19:49:02bluebrotheroh, and I decided that the Quick Start tab buttons should get disabled if there wasn't a release for the selected player (like M3), as the Quick Start now installs the release.
19:49:10casainhokugel: I think I understand - thanks
19:49:16gevaertskugel: there's this OF update issue. I'm not sure if it's lear if that's a problem yet
19:49:51bluebrotherwe could make it use the most current build instead, but the user should get notified first. Plus, I'd like to get a new rbutil out soon to have this no sansa found issue finally gone
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19:50:48bluebrothercasainho: no. That void* is only a pointer to some memory −− if you want to transfer more than one byte to it you need to access that yourself.
19:52:19casainhobluebrother: I don't understand... can you please rectify the code here? http://pastebin.com/m73a7ff3a
19:52:29kugelLlorean: do you use the eq on the e200?
19:53:17bluebrotherwell, look at line 27. In that function buf (or to be exact, the local copy to that memory) (a) has a type and (b) gets incremented after each write.
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19:53:33gevaertscasainho: you call sdcard_receive_byte() and you store the result in a short?
19:53:36bertrikcasainho, your code doesn't look so bad, I think you should use a byte pointer instead of a unsigned short pointer though
19:53:45bluebrotherit's like *((unsigned short*)buf)+i
19:53:48gevaertsAlso, what's the point of &buf;
19:54:28Lloreankugel: No, I don't use the EQ really
19:54:33bluebrotherhmm, will &buf[] work at all? &buf[0] will work, not sure about the former.
19:54:45casainhoI am doing now this: uint8_t *addr_buf = buf;
19:55:00*bluebrother hands casainho a (uint8_t*)
19:55:08kugelLlorean: I'm a bit disappointed of the keymap there
19:55:21kugeljust slightly, but stil
19:55:24LloreanThe EQ is a hard screen to keymap, I think.
19:55:29LloreanIt's not "great" on any target, really
19:55:36bertrikcasainho, that looks about right
19:55:52casainhowell, I got the data... does anyone knows how can I cheeck? the is some byte where I can see the partition?
19:56:31bertrikIIRC, the last few bytes of sector 0 are often 0x55AA or 0xAA55
19:56:36bluebrotherread sector 0 and check for 0x55 0xaa at the last two bytes (could be 0xaa 0x55)
19:59:50kugelLlorean: hm, btu on the e200 you toggle through the modes with select, and finish with right
19:59:56kugelswapping this would be better
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20:01:07LloreanWhat do you mean by "finish"?
20:01:21kugelleave the eq screen
20:01:52LloreanThat is a little strange
20:02:36gartral1i think finish was used for "done" there >.>
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20:03:49casainho:-) −− here the image of debug session: http://www.flickr.com/photos/43558168@N00/3223353030/sizes/o/
20:03:54casainhoyes, I got it ;-)
20:04:09kugelLlorean: I think pressing select seems more logical if you think "I'm done now", and right is more logical to toggle though the modes (as they are in the horizontal "line" anyway)
20:04:31linogehi, i wanted to know if it's possible to port rockbox to ipod shuffle and if there's any project doing it ?
20:04:38Lloreankugel: Is it possible to make right *and* left toggle through them?
20:04:54LloreanOtherwise it makes more sense for "Right" to be Confirm and "Left" to be cancel, as this actually works for other settings too.
20:05:40kugelLlorean: not after my patch
20:06:04bertrikcasainho, \o/
20:06:11kugelit's only 3 modes, so having only 1 direction doesn't really hurt imo
20:06:44kugelI find it more important that left is cancelling (and leaving) constently in rockbox
20:07:03kugel(although it seems you can't do cancel in the eq screen)
20:07:30LloreanIf left cancels, right should confirm then.
20:07:55kugeland what is select?
20:08:08kugeleither select or right is toggeling through the modes
20:08:17casainhobertrik: now, do you think I can load the rockbox firmwae and run it?
20:08:57kugelright is confirming and select is toggling through modes currently
20:09:33LloreanI don't mind select toggling through modes.
20:09:35T0pazhas anyone got any experience of remote ARM debugging (via JTAG or serial?)
20:09:41bertrikcasainho, yes I think so, at least it's a big step in the right direction
20:09:47LloreanSince you don't get to pick a direction, just cycle, the center button for it isn't bad, I think
20:09:54LloreanI admit it's not ideal, though
20:10:18casainhobertrik: so now I need to test FAT driver, no?
20:10:56kugelLlorean: on the e200, select and right do mostly the same. And you're using select for confirming most of the time, so I'd rather have those swapped
20:11:20kugelbut I don't really use the eq screen, so I might leave this open to someone who uses it often and finds it more annyoing
20:12:17bertrikcasainho, yes indeed, I don't expect a lot of problems with that
20:13:00casainhobertrik: okok :-) - I hope to be able to do that in next hours
20:13:23Unhelpfulkugel: pong?
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20:13:57kugelUnhelpful: I just wanted to ask if pf is now building on the clip
20:13:59kugelis it?
20:14:19Unhelpfuland m:robe100 :)
20:15:46Unhelpfulit's a bit broken, visually, on the clip
20:16:38kugelyou judge by the sim, right?
20:16:54kugelI'm gonna look how it is on a real clip, and tell you, ok? :)
20:17:44kugelLlorean: thanks for the badge :)
20:17:48Unhelpfuli don't have a real clip :/
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20:22:52kugelLlorean: well, forget the talk, the manual lies about the keymapping in the eq screen
20:23:11kugelright now, select and right toggle, and power and left are leaving the eq
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20:25:55kugelrasher: ping
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20:27:36Lloreankugel: That sounds fairly reasonable.
20:28:56kugelhowever, my patch will stop power from leaving the eq screen (only stop playback)
20:29:24LloreanAh
20:29:40LloreanDoes "play" to resume currently work in the EQ screen?
20:30:05casainhoI am getting this error: /home/cas/Documentos/rockbox_player/rockbox/firmware/../firmware/target/arm/at91sam/rockboxplayerlittle/ata-sd-target.h:15: error: syntax error before ‘bool’
20:30:30casainhoand on line 15 of that file I have: int sd_transfer_sectors(IF_MV2(int drive,) unsigned long start, int count, void* buf, bool write);
20:30:44casainhowhat can be wrong?
20:32:29bertrikmaybe a missing } or ), or maybe a macro is doing something weird
20:33:38bertrikdo you know if IF_MV2 is defined?
20:34:12casainhoyes, I think, here: #include "mv.h" /* for HAVE_MULTIVOLUME or not */
20:34:30kugelLlorean: no, play toggles through the bands upwards
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20:35:30Lloreankugel: I'm not *sure* a stop function is necessary in that screen then. But I'm not sure it's unnecessary eitherj ust one of those gray areas.
20:35:47LloreanIt's not a list, so it doesn't work the same for overall controls
20:35:57kugelwell, it's the side effect of removing ACTION_STD_CANCEL from the power button
20:36:18kugelwhich is causing the whole go-up-one-dir in the filebrowser thing
20:36:23LloreanYeah
20:36:54LloreanProbably best just to go with the simplest solution then, and let it still be stop.
20:36:57kugelmaybe the eq screen could just have 1 direction for toggling the bands too, so that play is free for resuming
20:36:59LloreanBut then, is there a cancel now?
20:37:17kugelleft is leaving (and confirming), there's no cancel for the rec screen
20:37:31kugelcancel as in discard changes I mean
20:37:38LloreanThe rec screen?
20:37:46kugeleq*, sorry
20:38:14LloreanMaybe select should leave, and left/right should bidirectionally move through the choices.
20:38:16bertrikcasainho, in that case, I don't know
20:38:18LloreanSo it's all "directional buttons"
20:38:31LloreanI'm sure if right changes, people are going to try to press left to change too
20:38:46Unhelpfulpixelma: really, PF consists of a horizontal list from which you scroll/select, and a vertical list... if we have a button context for each of those, it would seem to me that changing contexts would be a better solution than creating a custom one
20:39:23kugelwell, they won't do it often, and if they press left accidently they wouldn't lose anything (as discarding isn't possible (or just not implemented))
20:39:37casainhobertrik: okok....
20:39:38kugelI'm more tempted to make right leave too actually
20:39:49Lloreankugel: Why?
20:40:14LloreanThat basically makes the screen less intuitive, since you have two exit buttons that seem like they'd be directional controls, and both confirm where on other screens they're exit buttons where one cancels.
20:40:20kugelso that's consistent with the left button and the rest of the UI
20:40:30Unhelpfulif we make select *do* something in track list, i guess that will need vertical scroll, select, and an escape button
20:40:38LloreanIt makes its inconsistency with the rest of the UI less obvious, and thus less intuitive.
20:40:51kugelyea, that's why I initially wanted to have the right button toggle through the modes, and making select leaving only
20:40:53LloreanIf it's inconsistent with the UI anyway, it should have its own inconsistency
20:41:07LloreanRather than trying to hide its inconsistency in a way that people will think "Left isn't cancelling, what's wrong" is a bug
20:41:48kugelbut anyway, this is all not really related to my patch, I might change this in a seperate one
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21:04:56casainhoI am getting this error: rockbox/firmware/export/hotswap.h:44:6: warning: "CONFIG_STORAGE" is not defined
21:05:10casainhobut I get it defined on my config file....
21:07:27kugelthen it's not included properly
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21:14:29kugelrasher: ping
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21:15:05kugelrasher: I need to fix some translations of buttons (for http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/9662)
21:15:41kugelthose translations are mostly IDs which have a translation for each target (e.g. e200*:)
21:15:58kugelhow do I invalidate the translations in other langs properly?
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21:35:54webguest79I have an old version of rockbox on my iriver h120 and want to install the new 3.0 with the auto install. Do I transfer the file to my player and launch from there or do I launch from my computer with the player attached?
21:36:39Unhelpfulwhy not 3.1 or a recent snapshot build?
21:36:59webguest79which ever is being offered
21:37:42webguest79i had downloaded 3.0 but didn't get installed
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21:39:26webguest79Unhelpfull> do I transfer the build to myplayer and launch from there?
21:40:04Unhelpfulif you mean the zip file, no, your player won't know what to do with a zip file. have you tried using the rockbox utility?
21:40:58webguest79I think that is what I have downloaded, the utility for an auto install
21:41:39Unhelpfulthen you need to run that on your computer
21:42:05webguest79OK and it will find my connected player, correct?
21:43:06Unhelpfulit should. i only have sansa e200 and gigabeat, no iriver, but the utility works fine for my sansa.
21:43:38webguest79Good you may need to change you name if this works
21:44:50webguest79thks
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21:48:48*bluebrother wonders why people don't just simply _try_ first ...
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21:56:28bluebrotherwe shouldn't make installation safe then.
21:56:49zeheh
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21:59:23T0pazhave any of the existing ports been done with no documentation?
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22:00:04LloreanT0paz: What do you mean?
22:00:23T0pazwell, beyond the processor instruction set
22:00:44T0pazREing all the peripheral configuration from the firmware
22:01:35T0pazi see that with most players you can find reasonable documentation on memory maps and things
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22:01:57bluebrotherT0paz: you can ask the ipl guys about their initial ports ... and we have the sansa
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22:17:00Unhelpfulkugel: did you try pictureflow on clip yet? the problems as i see them are 1) title in splash straddles the split between "screen" and "status" areas, and 2) tall covers can, as well
22:17:24Unhelpfuli think the fix is to subtract/offset the status bar height for splash, and for cover drawing
22:18:07kugelUnhelpful: no, I'm on windows atm, trying to set up a vm
22:19:19Unhelpfuli'm also thinking we should keep the current reflection height, but make the cover itself larger... perhaps as big as the largest square that can fit above the reflection, but more likely somewhere from 2/3 to 3/4 of that
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22:34:56casainhoI am getting the error: "No partition found", after ret = disk_mount_all();
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22:35:34bluebrothercasainho: do you have a partition table on the disk at all?
22:35:36casainhois there a good way to found the problem, knowing that I am using a JTAG debugger and can see values of the variables e follow the flow of the program?
22:36:10casainhobluebrother: yes, I used "gparted" to put a FAT16 on it, and before were with FAT32 and I got the same problem...
22:36:34bertrikcasainho, can you step inside the mount function and see if/where it fails?
22:36:39bluebrotherwell, IIRC you need to enable FAT16 support explicitly in Rockbox
22:37:03casainhoso, I should use for first FAT32?
22:37:12bluebrotherdumping the partition table might be interesting though. Just to make sure the table is ok.
22:37:19*Unhelpful wonders if we'll have jtag debug on any commercial targets soon...
22:37:19bertrikand does SD vs. SDHC detection work correctly?
22:37:21bluebrotherI assume the partition is properly formatted?
22:38:07casainhobertrik: yes, I am using 8GB sd card and I could read correctly the first sector: http://www.flickr.com/photos/43558168@N00/3223353030/sizes/o/
22:38:30casainhobluebrother: is just to use gparted and ofrmat to FAT32?
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22:40:56casainhobertrik: it just returns with mounted = 0
22:41:30casainhoUnhelpful: well, this can be a comercial player with JTAG...
22:41:34casainhoif we want ;-)
22:42:06Unhelpfulif we, and some large-enough manufacturer, want :/
22:42:36casainhowe don't need larg manufacturers...
22:43:00Unhelpfulto make it affordable, and available to non-hobbyists, yes, we do.
22:43:22casainhono, I think
22:43:33Unhelpful3D printers aren't *that* ubiquitous, yet, and they can't manufacture ICs :)
22:43:35T0pazis the JTAG interface usually accessible on the player PCB?
22:43:38casainho200 euros would be affordable for me
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22:44:11casainhoT0paz: it can be...
22:44:22T0pazi've programmed CPLDs with a parallel port
22:44:31T0paztotal cost of hardware of about $2
22:44:40Unhelpfulcasainho: i paid a bit more than half that for a 60GB beast, though.
22:44:40Llorean200 euro is a ridiculous amount to pay for a flash-based MP3 player, I think
22:45:00Bagderand probably a large ugly one too :-/
22:45:03Unhelpfulso it might be something that people can afford, but it's far, far more than i'd be willing to pay.
22:45:06casainhoUnhelpful: look here, for $200: http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=8603
22:45:40Unhelpful...if it sells for 200USD or 200euro, europe is getting cheated a bit :/
22:46:07*Llorean can buy a new 8gb for probably ~50 euro
22:46:23Lloreane200v2 that is
22:46:43Unhelpfulcasainho: ok, maybe affordable... perhaps what i should have said was "competitive"
22:46:47Unhelpfuland that, it's clearly not.
22:46:48LloreanWhich is more or less equivalent to the "open hardware" player
22:46:51casainhoLlorean: eheh - but e200v2 is not documented and controlled by us
22:47:19Lloreancasainho: As a user, "documented and controlled by us" matters a lot less than "works and costs $150 less"
22:47:28bluebrotherif some major company comes in, how much control will remain for "us" at all?
22:47:46LloreanAs Unhelpful said, your project will mainly be of interest to hobbyists, not users.
22:48:12casainhoLlorean: well, rockbox is not for users then
22:48:30casainhobecause rockbox don't come in any commercial player
22:48:33LloreanRockbox doesn't cost money.
22:48:36Unhelpfulrockbox *player* may not be
22:48:37bluebrotherI would consider going less in a portable direction with such a project. Less space issues, and most likely cheaper hardware
22:48:57Unhelpfulrockbox itself is definitely for users, i was a user first and dev second until a month or so ago :P
22:49:07Lloreanbluebrother: Yes, I'd pay some for a multi-codec larger-storage (maybe 2.5" drive bay) player with optical out for use with my home stereo, for example
22:49:15LloreanOr even 3.5" (or USB host)
22:49:19bluebrotherso linux isn't for users because it doesn't come with commercial hardware (like a PC)?
22:49:23LloreanSomething I could put all my CD-quality music on
22:49:46Unhelpfuleven a good analog lineout
22:49:50casainhobluebrother: no, you can buy computers with linux, as netbooks, for example
22:50:14bluebrothercasainho: well, that's just recently. Were you able buying linux pcs like 5 years ago?
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22:50:25Unhelpful24 bits/sample out would be nice, for filtering without aliasing, too... i think we already have 24bps hardware on some targets?
22:50:40Lloreancasainho: We have a user-usable installer though.
22:50:42casainhobluebrother: don't know... but rockbox is on the same
22:50:50Lloreancasainho: Or do you say "OpenOffice isn't for users because it doesn't come on PCs" too?
22:51:00bluebrothercasainho: I disagree. Completely. :)
22:51:06LloreanRockbox is, in its essence, an application.
22:51:19casainhoLlorean: yes, but most people will never hear about rockbox... specially on cheap players
22:51:26*bluebrother would rather call it a firmware, but well ...
22:51:35Lloreancasainho: we have tens of thousands of users. Maybe most people won't, but a lot of people do
22:51:53Lloreanbluebrother: It's definitely a firmware, but that's more "stuff that's there that's necessary to allow the application to work"
22:51:53casainhoLlorean: netbooks comes with linux and openoffice
22:51:57bluebrotherbut why is that? Because we don't (can't) support every cheap chinese player?
22:52:12Lloreancasainho: So to be "for users" people *have* to pay for it?
22:52:59casainhono, to be users the rockbox would come installed on players... untill them I thin most people will never hear or use it
22:53:12LloreanHow will people hear of your player?
22:53:37casainhoif is good and available
22:53:42Llorean'available' where?
22:53:48casainhoon shops
22:53:52Unhelpfulindeed, your player will have far fewer users than rockbox does on any one supported target, until it's manufactured at a competitive price by somebody who will pay to advertise it
22:54:01bluebrother"available" in which amount? In local cheap electronic stores?
22:54:15LloreanPeople won't buy it if it's $150 more than the Sansa right next to it.
22:54:18LloreanUnless they *already* know about Rockbox.
22:54:19casainhoUnhelpful: I hope that happens
22:54:24LloreanIn which case, they'll buy the Sansa and put Rockbox on it
22:54:28LloreanUnless they're a hobbyist.
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22:54:49casainhoLlorean: ehe - but sansa is not always available
22:54:54casainhofor example V2
22:55:08bluebrotherwell, people might buy it if it offers something a sansa can't −− large storage, good ADC and fits into the stereo ;-)
22:55:15casainhoRockbox not working on since since... dont't know how many months
22:55:34Lloreancasainho: Yes, but the V2 probably will be available. And they have to read the website to find out why Rockbox is better than the normal firmware, at which point they can order a *much* cheaper player
22:55:54LloreanYou're better off offering better *hardware* than trying to use Rockbox to sell expensive equal hardware
22:56:07LloreanRockbox is only "value added" when you can't use it to add that value to something else that costs less real money
22:56:09casainhoLlorean: but if the player is not available on market, unless used :-(
22:56:32LloreanOr refurbished, which the majority of people will find acceptable
22:56:48bluebrotherwell, you basically have (a) people that know Rockbox and buy a supported hardware, (b) people that only want to play around (like only want to install it for playing doom) −− not of interest to us, (c) people who have a supported player and look for an alternative.
22:57:00bluebrotherwhich of those is likely to buy your hardware?
22:57:15casainhowell, I just know that there is no project like this one outside, and I think it can be good for some people
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22:58:00bluebrothertrue. But don't hang your hopes too high −− I'm pretty sure the average user won't be interested in it at all.
22:58:03casainhoa and c
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22:58:25bluebrothercasainho: no, (c) not −− they already own a supported hardware.
22:58:27casainhobluebrother: okok
22:58:56casainhookok
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23:01:44casainhobut thinking on average users, rockbox hackers can't help them a lot when thinking on some Ipods and Zune, for example
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23:02:30Unhelpfulcasainho: and your player can? help them get rockbox on their zune? or ipod classic?
23:03:26casainhono
23:03:52Unhelpfulthen what exactly are you trying to say with that statement?
23:03:54BigBambicasainho: Average users are not going to pay over the top for a big player, just because it is open. They just don't care
23:04:10casainhoBigBambi: yeah, right.
23:04:38casainhoUnhelpful: I wanted to say that on that cases, is bad to not be able to control the hardware
23:05:34Unhelpfula majority of users don't care about that, though. people who fuss over niche features, or audio quality, or the rights to control their device, are a *very* small market.
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23:07:22LloreanUnhelpful: Actually, audio quality is a pretty decently sized market.
23:07:28LloreanBut you don't actually have to deliver *good* audio quality.
23:07:39LloreanYou just have to avoid audible noise and give them bass tone controls
23:07:52LloreanOh, and *say* you have some sort of copyrighted audio enhancement.
23:08:13bluebrothercopyrighted audio enhancements = parametric eq? ;-)
23:08:35bertrikparametric eq *technology* :P
23:09:14bluebrotherqt (quiet technology) technology :P
23:09:58Unhelpfulneeds more BiCaps, BassEnhance Technology
23:10:33LloreanWe should name one of our features that.
23:10:44LloreanJust pick an EQ curve people will like, and add an On/Off "SoundEnhance Technology"
23:11:06LloreanBy "people will like" I mean "lots of bass" mostly
23:11:20bluebrotherRockEnhance Technology
23:12:00LloreanYes! Perfect.
23:12:22Unhelpfulbluebrother: that sounds like something that would be plugged in an email with a subject like "g3t a bigger PEN15 2day! l@@K!"
23:12:56kugelLlorean, bluebrother: we already have Crossfeed ;)
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23:13:47Lloreankugel: Crossfeed is more like trying to reproduce real-world effects though.
23:13:51bluebrotherhmm, just call it S.P.A.M :)
23:13:53LloreanKinda like "concert hall" DSP transforms
23:14:16kugelI think it qualifies as RockEnhance Technology :)
23:14:44Unhelpful...could we consider *having* a generic impulse response DSP filter? ;)
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23:16:14Unhelpfuland i mean for rather largeish filter sizes, and possibly requiring playback stop to steal audio buffer when turning it on or changing the filter
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23:17:00LloreanUnhelpful: I don't even know what the phrase "impulse response" means in reference to DSP filters. I can make an educated guess, but it seems safer to just ask.
23:17:10*helpme wants to know what this is about just to be sure
23:17:30Zoxchow much does rockbox utilize DSP and hardware decoders? :)
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23:18:08UnhelpfulLlorean: you can capture the response of a listening environment to a predetermined signal, and use that to generate a filter for reproducing the "sound" of that space.
23:18:18LloreanZoxc: There usually aren't hardware decoders except on players where they're the only way to decode because the core CPU is too slow (Archoses)
23:18:25Unhelpfulit's a non-fixed-function version of "concert hall sound" filter, basically.
23:18:30T0pazit would make more sense to implement a IIR fake reverb
23:18:33LloreanUnhelpful: Okay, that's what I was guessing.
23:18:59T0paz(in terms of memory usage, anyway)
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23:19:14soapPersonally I think DRC is the audio changing feature most needed...
23:19:22UnhelpfulDRC?
23:19:26Unhelpfulnevermind.
23:19:27bertrikLlorean, the impulse response of a filter is basically a unique fingerprint of a filter and it's quite easy to use it to transform a signal with it (although computationally expensive)
23:19:31T0pazdigital room correction
23:19:37T0pazhave you ever got DRC to work?
23:19:39Zoxcit wouldn't work too good for earphones? :/
23:19:45Unhelpfuldynamic range compression, i got, actually.
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23:20:05T0pazthat'd be more useful ;)
23:20:07Unhelpfulbertrik: you need four channels to simulate stereo room + stereo listener
23:20:41casainhocan someone please look and say if there is any problem with that partition info? : http://www.flickr.com/photos/43558168@N00/3222964531/sizes/o/
23:20:54LloreanDynamic Range Compression would be kinda nice.
23:21:14T0pazi can't believe car radios still don't have it
23:21:38UnhelpfulT0paz: some have "adjust volume based on road/cabin noise, or velocity"
23:21:51T0pazi guess that helps
23:22:05bertrikUnhelpful, maybe we could sample ambient noise and adjust dynamic range accordingly
23:22:12T0pazbut listening to uncompressed classical music is usually a waste of time
23:22:21soapYes, Unhelpful, sorry for vague acronyms. Dynamic range compression would be mojo helpful.
23:22:29Unhelpfulbertrik: the dynamic range, rather than simply the volume? now *that* is an interesting idea!
23:22:48Unhelpfuland we can abbrev it as dDRC :D
23:22:53soapGM's auto-volume function simply increases volume with speed. Don't know how Ford's works.
23:23:09Unhelpfulsince it's dynamic Dynamic Range Control, after all ;)
23:23:32Unhelpfulsoap: our buick is by speed. the effect is more distracting than helpful.
23:30:00rasherkugel: If you need to change the button combinations, I'd say simply change them in english.lang
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23:30:57Unhelpfulwould apps/plugins/lib/gcc-support.c be the right place to add the mem function wrappers? it seems appropriate, they're basically to "support" gcc's use of mem* functions for things like struct assignment.
23:31:33rashersoap: stopped a client - running 2 now.
23:31:57soapty
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23:38:25kugelrasher: Yes, but what about the other langs?
23:38:39kugelwill they be wrong, or invalidate automatically?
23:38:52rasherkugel: They'll get told to update when the source string changes
23:39:05rasher(which happens when english.lang is changed)
23:39:07kugelah ok, so no worries. thanks :)
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23:41:56amiconnjhMikeS: Using SWI wouldn't need anything in the plugin/codec api. Just an appropriate UIE() code path, and a little stub in the core, pluginlib, and codeclib each
23:42:54amiconnThat stub wouldn't return 0 as before, but trigger the software interrupt instead
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23:51:09low_lightBagder: can you add the Philips HDD1630 to the build table (normal, boot, & sim)
23:51:22BagderI'll be happy to!
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23:54:32low_lightAnyone want to volunteer to make a hdd1630 manual?
23:56:39low_lightIt could probable start as a copy of the H10 (5GB) since it's largely the same.
23:58:13low_lightI think working radio and a manual are the last things needed to make this a supported port.

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