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#rockbox log for 2009-01-26

00:00:41gevaertsWhere's the "I modified the UNKNOWN register" bit?
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00:01:06amiconnAnother interesting detail is that jrbil measured less speed, and less corruption (iiuc). Different OF loader versions might set up timing differently
00:01:26Unhelpfulkugel: agree, but odd they state it happened w/ 3.0... unless that's "any svn until 3.1 release"
00:01:37Unhelpfulwhich we'll never know, as they won't answer
00:01:54Unhelpful"invalid"?
00:02:07amiconnA dump of the sd register range of two Sansas with differing write speed might be helpful. Probably some general setup ranges are interesting too
00:02:07kugelUnhelpful: I think he means he noticed it after upgrading from 3.0
00:02:09Unhelpfulah, no, not a bug :)
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00:03:15amiconnAnd then there's also the RE way...
00:04:15slyyfBagder: I dont have a datasheet on the LEDs on the mp3 player?
00:04:35Bagderis that really a question?
00:04:43slyyfyes
00:04:47slyyfbecause I dont know for sure
00:05:03BagderI figure you'd be the one who knows, I certainly don't
00:05:22slyyfwhere do mp3 players commonly controll the leds from?
00:06:06slyyfMy guess would be a pinout
00:06:18Bagderthat's common, yes
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00:07:06gevaertsamiconn: I think I'm going to wait until toni clarifies what he means by "modified the UNKNOWN register".
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00:08:12pixelmaUnhelpful: the slides look nicer but now the album title at the top doesn't look that nice with the font I'm using (10-Nimbus), might be worse with the 11 pixels tall font cabbiev2 uses. And sorry for taking so long, had to first find out where the compile errors and then data aborting in plugins, I had, came from...
00:08:57kugelgevaerts: ok, I'm copying my windows7 iso
00:09:22slyyfIs it worth trying?
00:09:24slyyfkugel:
00:09:48pixelmaIsn't that a bit off-topic here ;)
00:09:53Lloreanslyyf: This channel is for Rockbox discussion only. He only really mentioned it instead of simply saying "a alrge file"
00:09:59Llorean*large
00:10:03kugelslyyf: depends
00:10:25kugelI think the lcd is more important, but if you're tired of it it doesn't make much sense to force it
00:10:41slyyfSWEET official PCB diagram for the Samsung P2
00:10:55kugelLlorean: I think he's re'ing whether he should try to turn the leds on
00:11:04slyyfya
00:11:48kugelslyyf: well, the leds are probably attached to GPIO, I'm not sure if the pcb diagram helps
00:12:04kugelGPIO or similar*
00:12:22pixelmaUnhelpful: default position of the album title seems to be bottom though, which looks nice
00:12:44slyyfThey are connected via the LCD connecttor apprently
00:13:05slyyfmaybe..
00:13:41jhMikeSamiconn: I kept writes slow on purpose or there would have been some optimization in writing but it would corrupt the FAT almost immediately. I have up trying to pin things down since I had alot of junk to do other than that.
00:13:49kugelslyyf: I'm inclined to say that RE'ing the OF may give best results
00:14:06slyyfOF?
00:14:15kugelorig. firmware
00:14:27amiconnjhMikeS: I know, the comment says so. I tried an optimisation anyway
00:14:46slyyfwhat do I look for though?
00:14:49kugeland RE refers to reverse engineering, such as disassembling the of file
00:14:59amiconnActually I didn't run into problems even with an optimised write loop as long as the thing was unboosted
00:15:18kugelbut that certainly requires some fitness in that area, and some knowledge of assembler
00:15:28slyyfI have *caugh*cracked*caugh* software before..with ida+ollydbg..thats the most of my RE experience
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00:15:57kugelhehe, that might already be sufficient
00:16:18slyyfwell, I can go boot into windows and pull up IDA..but I dont know what I look for
00:16:18kugelida is nice. just try to load the OF using arm assembly
00:16:26slyyfI got it loaded before
00:16:30slyyfgot the entry point
00:16:47slyyfbut I dont know what to look for
00:17:00pixelmaurgh, when I want to enter the track list of an album in pf on my c200 now, I get a "Divide by zero at 01F84570 (0)"
00:17:05kugelslyyf: I can't tell what to look out for, I have 0 experience with the d2 port
00:17:20kugelyou should really try to contact shotofadds, he's your man
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00:17:38*pixelma should test with an svn build thougj
00:17:45pixelma*though
00:18:41slyyfK, the O ring LED thing _is_ connected via the LCD cable
00:18:54kugelslyyf: do you know the addresses of the hardware registers?
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00:19:06slyyfkugel: I can find it out via the datasheet
00:19:28slyyfI wonder if IDA runs in Wine...would save me from booting into windows
00:19:40kugelyou can basically search the disassembly for those. the related functions are generally not far away from those
00:19:58kugelslyyf: I don't know, but I know that it runs natively in linux too
00:20:05slyyfya but there are how many pinouts? the LED could be one of how many?
00:20:52kugelfinding that out is up to you :)
00:21:03slyyffun, wish me luck, I will go digup a copy of ida
00:21:33kugelida runs in the terminal on linux, just as nicely as in windows imo
00:22:26kugelgevaerts: kde reports transfer speeds between 3 and 1,5MB/s
00:22:33kugeloh, it stopped now
00:22:54Unhelpfulpixelma: it overlaps the larger covers if it's at top. it's defaulted to top for LCD_HEIGHT > 100, otherwise bottom.
00:24:07slyyf...what color is the default bootloader..its displaying blue..I thought I got that fixed...
00:24:40slyyfisnt it usually muilticoloured?
00:25:47slyyfmust have nicked some number somewhere
00:26:37*jhMikeS from amiconn's statement gets some idea that clocking needs proper setup for SD interface (or something like that).
00:26:37pixelmaUnhelpful: that divide by zero error happens in SVN too, could it be related to jhMikeS' changes some days ago?
00:27:10jhMikeSpixelma: Before that it simply would have been ignored and gone unnoticed.
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00:29:29slyyfwoa....Thank god for that...IRSSI just asked me "Paste 164 lines to #rockbox?"
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00:29:39amiconnjhMikeS: That's what I always said. Either it's some register in the clock setup range, or in the sd controller register range
00:29:51amiconnThe ata controller also has timing setup registers
00:30:26amiconnIf we change core clock, we also need to change the timing setup accordingly
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00:31:07*rasher fights the bmp loader, the sim or something else
00:31:11amiconn...since a lot of peripheral modules seem to be fed from the same clock source as the cores
00:31:18jhMikeSMaybe like the LCD bridge, it can pick a clock source?
00:31:53amiconnSome can be switched to 24MHz, e.g. the lcd bridge, but at the cost ofperformance
00:32:25slyyfkugel: what do you think? (Finall) fix LCD so it doesnt shift over, Fix it so it can actually detect the battery state, OR Make LEDs work so I can feel some sort of accomplishment?
00:32:35amiconnAlso this LCD bridge switching doesn't work reliably on all targets. Some just freeze when switching to 24MHz
00:33:02*kugel would focus on the lcd
00:33:16slyyfk
00:33:24slyyfIts getting frustrating
00:33:46Lloreanslyyf: They all have to be done, so any time you find something that doesn't work, it's still an accomplishment. Just focus on that. :)
00:33:55slyyfI foundout unlike the D2 its indipendent of any extenel LCD controller
00:34:19slyyfI found that out by removing any refrences to the communication with lcd code, and it still worked exactly the same
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00:39:39kugelBigBambi: hey, you're still playing with full disks?
00:39:56kugelI just wonder if http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/7721 still happens
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00:48:16kugelgevaerts: copying is getting really slow after the first 1,5GB
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00:54:55slyyfWhatever GPIOA_SET = (1<<16) does, it powerd on the green led
00:57:43slyyfwhat is GPIOA_SET?
00:58:32kugelit writes bits to the GPIO A register
00:58:59slyyfI meber defined that though
00:59:05slyyf*never
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00:59:48kugelthat's essentially doing "set the 16th bit in the GPIOA hardware register [to 1]"
01:00
01:00:04slyyfoh I found its definiton
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01:02:17slyyfSo, something is physically connected to a pin for GPIOA?
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01:02:38slyyfIt doesnt effect anything inside the telechip itself
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01:03:04slyyfyes? thats how GPIO works?
01:03:21kugelslyyf: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GPIO
01:04:14KohlrabiWill rockbox play AAC gapless if encoded with Nero Digital Encoder?
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01:08:22kugelKohlrabi: I think some AAC profiles are problematic. Are you in need of AAC? You could use MP3 or OGG which offer gapless too
01:08:24Unhelpfulpixelma: would've been silently ignored before, i'll take a look when i have a chance...
01:08:39Kohlrabikugel: not really in need, just thought about using it
01:09:05KohlrabiI'd really love to use MPC, but I'll wait for a final SV8 version :\
01:09:20kugelgenerally, AAC is one of the less-good supported codecs
01:09:45kugelas in some profiles (HE-AAC IIUC doesn't quite work), but also as in decoding speed
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01:10:24kugelKohlrabi: http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/CodecPerformanceComparison
01:10:53kugelbut to answer your initial question, yes, rockbox should be playing it gapless if encoded properly
01:11:21Kohlrabihm
01:11:32KohlrabiMaybe I should just test my files
01:11:35Kohlrabiwait a sec.
01:12:11slyyfcan Rockbox have softare FLAC?
01:12:15slyyf*software
01:12:21Kohlrabikugel: do you know if the CPU dynamically scales with needed processing power?
01:12:31Kohlrabii.e. will using MPC save me some battery life?
01:12:45kugelcpu boosts as needed
01:12:55Kohlrabinice
01:13:00Kohlrabihmm
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01:13:09pixelmaUnhelpful: you have an e200, right?
01:13:09kugelso, yes, codecs with lower requirements will directly result in longer runtime
01:13:17slyyfkugel: can rockbox decode a codec even if its chip doesnt support it..like..software
01:13:30Kohlrabikugel: and rockbox plays Musepack SV(, right?
01:13:30kugelKohlrabi: but that's not necessarily true for HD based players
01:13:39KohlrabiSV8*
01:13:42kugelI don't know about mpc, sorry
01:13:46Kohlrabiah, OK
01:13:53kugelbut we have the creator of mpc around sometimes
01:14:10kugelso, I doubt it's unsupported :)
01:14:50slyyfWoa..according to this the tcc7801 decodes h263..I wish the P2 firmware actually took advantage of that
01:15:20slyyfer..264
01:18:55Kohlrabinice :)
01:23:25slyyfOk, sweet, I know the address for the location that the led controller is...I can just search for that in the firmware in ida
01:23:59kugelslyyf: just take care of the instruction mode
01:24:09slyyfI dont know what that is
01:24:10kugelarm can be done in arm mode, or thumb mode
01:24:14slyyfah
01:24:24kugelthe sansa of mostly uses thunmb, I don't know what samsung does
01:24:26linuxstbKohlrabi: No, Rockbox doesn't currently play Nero-encoded AAC gaplessly, only itunes-encoded AAC.
01:24:27slyyfSo I have to figure out which it is?
01:24:47Kohlrabilinuxstb: and it sadly won't play usepack SV8 either :(
01:24:53Kohlrabimusepack even
01:25:30kugelwe need to poke Buschel then
01:29:42slyyfOk, I will have IDA in 10 mins or so, I can relax until then
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01:33:16kugelJdGordon: I don't quite understand your objections against http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/9828
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01:33:54tmztkugel: is the FS bug for the playback issues on fuze(gen1)?
01:33:59tmztis there a
01:34:15kugelno, and we do not want bug reports on unsupported targets
01:34:36tmztwhere are those tracked, only on forum?
01:34:58kugelin our minds, and on some wiki pages
01:35:30kugelmaybe in the ams sansa developement thread in the forums
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01:35:57kugelbut we know about the playback issues, there's no need to write them down anyway
01:36:01kugelor anywhere
01:36:14pixelmakugel: the description of that patch sounds like a slow screen to me
01:36:30kugelpixelma: which?
01:37:13pixelmathe 9828 one you asked Jd about
01:37:24kugelwhat do you mean?
01:37:32kugelmaybe I wasn't clear enough
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01:37:53kugelcancelling only happens when you leave the screen, so nothing is slowed down
01:38:18pixelmawell, if it needs an additional button press now to leave the screen, the handling of the screen will be slowed down
01:38:51kugeldoesn't it need a button to leave anyway? it does on my e200
01:38:58kugeland on my fuze and clip
01:38:59slyyfthe only thing ida gives me for linux is a debug server
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01:40:32pixelmakugel: shows how much I know the quick screen. But I know that this wasn't the intention of the quick screen in the beginning and it worked differently on the recorders before button actions (in the core). Someone wanted the old behaviour back
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01:41:14kugelah right, I remember it was initially thought to work different
01:41:25kugelno, it's not working like that :p
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01:47:08slyyfkugel: Halp, IDA refuses to load the file like I remember
01:47:34slyyfLoad, type:arm, hit D three times to get the JMP statement, and hit E
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01:50:40slyyfI remmeber this working before
01:50:55PaulJamkugel: on h300 with your quickscreen cancel patch the LEFT and RIGHT buttons have no function anymore.
01:51:13PaulJam(in the quickscreen)
01:51:31slyyfkugel: Under processor type I shoudl select, arm correct?
01:52:16pixelmahooray for ACTION_NONE ;)
01:52:22kugelPaulJam: weird
01:52:51kugelACTION_NONE is basically required to remove ACTION_STD_CANCEL and _OK from them in the quickscreen
01:52:59kugelthat's also done on the e200 (and works there)
01:53:05kugelweird that it doesn't work on the h300
01:53:28slyyfkugel Nevermind, I forgot to hit C
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01:54:02kugelPaulJam: can you try reverting the h300 keymap file?
01:54:12PaulJamok
01:54:19linuxstbkugel: Look further down in the h1x0_h3x0 quickscreen keymap - LEFT/RIGHT are used...
01:54:36kugelyea
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01:54:48kugelbut I think I figured
01:55:01kugele200 doesn't plainly BUTTON_RIGHT
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01:55:16slyyfkugel: is this ARM, ARMB, or ARM: XSCALE/
01:55:20kugelit does both with BUTTON_REL and BUTTON_REPEAT respectively, the h300 doesn't do that
01:55:28kugelso this what I did is probably not needed
01:56:10linuxstbYes, it seems odd the h1x0/h3x0 and e200 do that differently. Are LEFT/RIGHT normal buttons on the e200?
01:56:18kugelyes
01:56:45kugeland I needed to ACTION_NONE the right button, else it would leave the quickscreen
01:58:23linuxstbI would guess it's not just the h1x0/h3x0
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01:59:21kugelprobably, yes
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02:00:00PaulJamkugel: well, when reverting the keymap then it works. BUt i must say that i really don't like that the settings get reverted when leaving the QS by pressing A-B. thats how i usually leave it because this button can be easier reached.
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02:00:39kugelPaulJam: well, I said, the button that usually left the quickscreen, cancels now
02:00:57kugeland that the usual OK/select button does save the changes.
02:01:13kugelare the usual OK/Select button(s) badly reachable in the quickscreen?
02:01:28linuxstbkugel: I think lots of people will think the same as PaulJam - you're changing the keymapping people have been using for years...
02:01:48kugelI see that BUTTON_ON and BUTTON_SELECT should leave the quickscreen without canceling
02:02:42kugellinuxstb: yes, I'm aware of that. But otherwise it would be greatly inconsistent with the rest of rockbox
02:02:46PaulJamand i'm not really sure why this is actually needed, i mean in the QS i usually have items that i change often and so i know what values are appropriate for the current use case, so i won't accidently change it to something that i don't want without knowing what was set before or what would be a good value.
02:03:14linuxstbAlso, is "int" the right type for "old" ? qs->items[i]->setting is defined as void*, so IIUC, you'll at least break 64-bit sims.
02:03:16kugelPaulJam: that's why I put it on the tracker, it's up for discussion :)
02:03:36kugellinuxstb: weird that it didn't break my sim, as I'm on 64bit
02:04:20kugelit worked with int on both, sim and target, here. if that's not the proper type, the correct one will be used ;)
02:05:38slyyfkugel: Alright, its auto anlyising the file
02:05:53kugelPaulJam: there's enough confirm buttons on every target from what I've noticed, and I'm having the opinion, that every setting change should be cancelable, this is how the rest in rockbox works too
02:08:17kugelPaulJam: looking at the h300 keymap, I'm wondering why the normal cancel button isn't used anyway?
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02:08:35PaulJamkugel: STOP cancels too
02:08:44kugelACTION_STD_CANCEL seems to be BUTTON_OFF
02:09:08kugelok, so I'm unsure why A-B is even made to cancel
02:09:14PaulJamyes STOP = BUTTON_OFF
02:10:20kugelwell, if STOP cancels, we could have A-B/BUTTON_MODE save the settings
02:11:09kugelsaving should be the normal action, expressed by using the standard confirm buttons for exiting the quickscreen
02:11:38*rasher doesn't really see the need for a cancel action in the QS
02:11:41amiconnkugel: The quickscreen should work "live", that's why it's called quickscreen. It is not cancellable by design
02:11:52kugelamiconn: it's still live
02:12:24slyyfkugel: ok, it just finished anlysising..now what
02:12:35kugelI didn't change live behavior. the old values are just written back if expecitely cancelled
02:13:43rasherThis seems like a solution looking for a problem, and a recipe for confusion... "Why aren't my changes working?"
02:14:07rasherTo me, anyway
02:14:21kugelthere's a splash which indicates cancelling (like in all other settings), so there shouldn't be confusion
02:14:54rasherWell that's good. Ish. I still don't see the need though
02:15:08kugelconsistency
02:15:32rasherThere are no other screens like it - there's no need to be consistent with anything
02:17:29rasherThat said, I don't understand the need to cancel regular settings either
02:17:36rasherso maybe I'm just odd
02:18:23kugelwell, I highly appreciate cancellability
02:18:52kugelespecially together with settings that are "live"
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02:28:09slyyfkugel: Apparently the entire firmware never makes refrence to 0xF005A028 (address for GPIOA_SET_
02:28:18slyyfas a string
02:28:38kugelisn't GPIOA_SET a rockbox function?
02:29:01kugelyou should rather search for the address of GPIOA
02:29:16slyyf#define GPIOA_SET (*(volatile unsigned long *)0xF005A028)
02:29:27slyyfI searched for the address F00..etc
02:29:30kugelhm
02:29:39kugel0xF005A020 <−− this is the gpioa base address
02:29:48kugelyou should search for this
02:29:50slyyfk
02:30:02kugelsearching for the whole address can be tricky
02:30:13kugelespecially if you disassembly in thumb mode
02:30:31slyyfI am using whatever IDA chose as default
02:30:58kugelyou also need to take care of the endianess
02:31:24kugeltry to search only for F005 or A020, that's more likely to give results
02:31:36slyyfohh damn, right
02:31:44slyyf^ Gave me some results anyways
02:31:48slyyfer..anyway
02:32:13slyyfall like
02:32:27slyyfLDR r0, = THATADDRESS
02:32:37slyyfnot always r0 however
02:32:43kugelsee, you found something :)
02:32:49kugelwhich register doesn't really matter
02:33:16slyyfk...so what is that line doing?
02:33:21slyyfI dont know arm
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02:33:33kugelthat loads the address into that register
02:33:41slyyfah ok
02:33:55slyyfand a register is like a slot or w/e, k
02:34:07kugelslyyf: here's a good simple guide on arm disassembly which you may refer to http://www.peter-cockerell.net/aalp/html/frames.html
02:34:16slyyfk, thanks
02:37:58Unhelpfulpixelma: yes, an e200 and an s60
02:43:58Unhelpfulpixelma: was this a particular album, or any time you go to the tracklist on any album?
02:44:19*Unhelpful wonders if it has to do with his correcting the sine table to have actual zeroes in it :/
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02:50:09slyyfkugel: Ok, so as a test here is what I am going to do: Search for the address for the volume thing in the telechip, from there find the one that is increasing the volume..look for a check before it..somewhere in there there should be a check for if the hold key is on...and once i find the hold key address, I can search for occurances of that, and then the code for blinking the red LED when you do something on hold that you cannot
02:50:17slyyfsound good?
02:50:52kugelthat could work
02:50:59kugelbut it doesn't have to
02:51:05slyyfunless you habe better plan?
02:51:07slyyf*have
02:51:12kugelI don't have any plan
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02:58:22slyyfare there flaws in mine/
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03:04:23lu6ciferhey, how do I skip the loading screen when playing doom?
03:04:50Unhelpfulthe one that displays while loading the game?
03:04:55lu6ciferyea
03:05:00lu6ciferwell
03:05:07Unhelpfuli don't see how you could expect to do that?
03:05:31lu6ciferit's the one that shows a video of the guy playing the game
03:05:35lu6cifernot really a loading screen
03:05:39lu6cifermore of an intro
03:05:50PaulJamhave you looked in the manual?
03:05:58lu6ciferno...
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03:08:47slyyfwould be nice if this thing had an emulator
03:16:37gartral1well, i figured one thing out, when you resume playback after a major update, it causes the abort, after playing a track from the internal memory, and moving back to where i was, it plays with out fail
03:20:14slyyfDoes 0xF0059044 have any sort of alias?
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03:21:28kugelPaulJam: I uploaded another version which is a bit better with the buttons
03:22:43kugelor not, tracker is painfully slow
03:23:17kugelslyyf: the datasheet tells you
03:23:21kugelor the d2 code
03:23:52kugel#define DAVC (*(volatile unsigned long *)0xF0059044)
03:23:58PaulJami'll try it. btw, you should give your patches numbers.
03:24:09kugelPaulJam: yea, I usually do that
03:24:25kugelbut sometimes just when uploading the 3rd version ;)
03:24:48kugellol! I forgot quickscreen.c
03:25:12slyyfkugel: the rom has no refrence to 0xF0059044 ...I guess they must like, add 0x44 to the controller location or something?
03:26:24kugelslyyf: tcc780x.h contains register definitions
03:26:46slyyfkugel: refering to the original P2 rom
03:28:35kugelslyyf: no idea, really
03:29:02kugelslyyf: I can't really help you any further. You're kinda alone, until shotofadds retuns some day
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03:30:59slyyfwho?
03:31:43slyyfoh, the D2 dev
03:32:14gartral1yea, but he disappeared a while ago, never said nothing, just went poof
03:37:25slyyffail...I should actually concentrate on the bootup sequence for now and see if I can find the lcd init code
03:38:09Unhelpfulpixelma: unfortunately, when i built it myself, pictureflow.map shows that address in the middle the pictureflow splash logo... would you mind giving it a try with this build? https://looking-glass.us/~chshrcat/rockbox/rockbox-c200-test.zip
03:38:32*Unhelpful is hoping the address reported turns out to be where the bad call to the division routine was made, and not just the address of __div0
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05:26:50gartral1as i was saying, im still not shure where the problem was, and i was directed be gevaerts i belive, too ffile a FS too post the two files he had asked for
05:29:41gartral1and nope, no luck with the aforementioned method, lessee, how can i cause a file to become corrupt?
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05:39:54gartral1and it JUST happened, same spot, after the buffer refilled from the first emptying, as soon as the bottom three filled, it aborted
05:40:31krazykityou're saying rockbox has trouble playing corrupt files?
05:41:01gartral1im saying that it causes the corruption
05:41:53gartral1keep in mind, im playing from SD, which has been known too be troublesome in the past
05:42:56LloreanRockbox doesn't write to your audio files.
05:42:56gartral1either that or the buffer is brokeny
05:43:22gartral1well, lets see what happens after it emptys and fills again
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05:44:30gartral1is there a way too force the buffers to quickly empty without skipping tracks??
05:45:08LloreanIncrease playback speed or use higher bitrate files so that more data is consumed per second
05:49:41gartral1grrr this is sporadic! as soon as i think i have it cornered, its cause and trigger seem too jump
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05:53:37gartral1is there a tool too test the source file for errors?
05:53:43Llorean"the source file"?
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05:54:03gartral1the original MP3, from my systems harddrive
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05:54:18Bunny_cuddlesplay it?
05:54:53LloreanTry decoding it with ffmpeg or such and see if it reports any errors.
05:55:32gartral1well, i know it plays fine in all the music playback software i have, i was thinking more a way to pick it apart and check it over
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05:56:16Bunny_cuddlesdo you mean edit it?
05:57:06Lloreangartral1: ffmpeg will probably report errors and warnings where it's still able to play but something was wrong with the file
05:57:38Lloreangartral1: You are not putting music on the player/card with Rockbox's USB mode, right?
05:57:55LloreanYou never responded to my query as to whether you were using the officially provided build on the flyspray task (or any of my questions, really)
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06:00:19gartral1Llorean: sorry, havent checked FS, and yes, ive tryed both my modded builds and official, both sporadically crash in the same place across 2 different e250s
06:01:27LloreanIf you're going to use flyspray, you should turn on email notifications so that it's actually useful.
06:01:30LloreanAs well, what about USB?
06:02:55gartral1it is the file, winff just aborted on it, but way late in playback, and no, i do have the usb mode on, but i used an external card reader to transfer, and i have email notifications on, just havent checked
06:03:18LloreanYou *need* to be using an official build for all tests, please
06:04:52*gartral1 sighs "ive diffed mine with the officials, all thats different is my bootsplash, thats all, besides that, its 100% your code, and about filespray, im checking now
06:05:09Lloreangartral1: And I've told you: There could be differences in the environment in which you compiled it.
06:05:22LloreanSo please, shut up about the "I've diffed the code" aspect, and follow our standards for filing bug reports.
06:06:04LloreanUse the official one so that we can factor out _all_ possible additionally introduced variables.
06:06:58gartral1look, its off of JDs and i keep an official build on the card, and it does the same thing, so, i do belive its not my enviroment
06:07:08LloreanThat _doesn't matter_
06:07:13LloreanFor all official bug reports, be using an official build.
06:07:19LloreanIt's a very simple standard.
06:08:55gartral1like i said, at the time, i tryed _both_ they _both_ abort at 000090D0 0, if there were any difference between them, i would have mentioned already
06:09:35LloreanAnd, if it hadn't been corrupted on the original file, how would you know your build hadn't corrupted it and then the official build had failed because it was now corrupt?
06:10:12gartral1because i always start with the official and move to mine
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06:10:29LloreanI find that completely unbelievable.
06:10:55LloreanEvery time you boot the player, you boot the official build, listen to music, and then *if* it crashes, you reboot to your build to see if yours does too?
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06:12:06gartral1yes, with the exception of _once_ the very first time it happened, since then, i start with official
06:12:29LloreanWhy, exactly, do you even have your build around if you never use it until after you've had a crash?
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06:12:42LloreanYou know we don't accept bug reports on custom builds.
06:12:43gartral1and ive replaced most of the files on the drive since then, soo...
06:13:02gartral1cause i like my boot splash >.>
06:13:09gartral1no real other reason
06:13:15LloreanYes, but you would only ever see your boot splash *if* you had a crash, by your definition.
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06:16:45LloreanAnyway, so the original file is corrupt, right?
06:16:52gartral1look, the point is moot, they both crash, thats the meat, beyond that, im rather hard-pressed too reproduce it, and further more, i just said the the parent file that was transfered just crashed ffmpeg, three times, so its obviosly not even rockbox
06:17:20Lloreangartral1: For future bug reports, be using the official build, and stick to the official build only as long as you're helping investigate the bug please.
06:17:27Llorean*don't* introduce artificial additional factors.
06:17:35gartral1but it doesnt explain the oggs that crash in rockbox, just the one file
06:17:48Lloreangartral1: Have you verified they're good too?
06:18:26LloreanAnd you should probably use a command-line ffmpeg so you can see the full log, rather than just determining by whether a crash occurs.
06:18:56gartral1yep, in the proccess, so far, only found 3 bad ones (when the entirty of the drives contents crashed rockbox before a wright over...) im really baffeled by this
06:19:23LloreanDidn't you previously narrow it down to a small selection of songs?
06:20:14gartral1at first, then it started happening universally, then i reloaded everything and only a few albums did it, then i reloaded those, and now only a few songs, and only once in a while
06:20:46LloreanAnd the files that fail turn out to be corrupt when you actually test them?
06:20:47gartral1and the whole thing has me stripping my hair out...
06:20:58gartral1some yes, others, no
06:21:14LloreanYou've tested some on the actual card that crash rockbox, but aren't corrupt?
06:21:47gartral1yes
06:21:58LloreanI thought you *just* started testing, and you were testing the original files.
06:22:01gartral1its very hard too pinpoint the actual cause
06:22:58gartral1yes, thats the drive there on that i just started with, ive been looking at whats on the card with rockbox for a bit, havent tryed them with winff yet though
06:23:20LloreanSo you *haven't* tested ones that crash Rockbox on the card with ffmpeg?
06:23:54gartral1not from the card with ffmpeg, but as soon as im done with the drive, ill move too the card
06:24:01LloreanSo why'd you say you had tested them?
06:24:10LloreanI'm getting really confused.
06:24:21gartral1cause i HAVE tested them with rockbox!
06:24:30LloreanThat's NOT TESTING THEM.
06:24:55gartral1how do you think i feel!
06:25:10LloreanSeriously.
06:25:32Lloreanif the problem is "they crash Rockbox" and I ask "have you tested them elsewhere to see if they're corrupted" you don't answer "yes" when the only test you've run is trying to play them in Rockbox
06:25:48LloreanUnless you intend to say "sometimes they crash Rockbox, sometimes they don't" in which case you need to *say* it, because you haven't mentioned that anywhere yet.
06:26:17gartral1but anyway, so far, i only have three parent files actually corrupted, starting the card
06:26:42LloreanDo you intend to say "sometimes they crash, sometimes they don't" or not?
06:26:46LloreanI really need clear answers here.
06:27:23gartral1and yes, ive tryed playing them in other things that wernt ffmpeg, and they worked, so at first, i thought nothing of it, and b when i first started, yes, THEY ALL crashed rockbox
06:27:30LloreanOtherwise I have no idea what you mean by "I tested them with Rockbox" and I'd like an explanation of why that was relevant so I understand where we're standing, and what you meant by "tested"
06:28:33Llorean"they all crashed Rockbox but when I recopied them, they didn't" doesn't mean much, since we can't go back to test the old files for corruption.
06:28:43LloreanThe only files I'm asking about are files that are _currently_ crashing Rockbox
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06:29:07LloreanAnd you should probably test them with ffplay and watch for warning or error messages in the log.
06:29:13gartral1ok, prioritizing the three that caused ffmpeg too fail, the three on the card are failing so far as well, but there are other files that crashed rockbox in the card that arnt crashing ffmpeg
06:29:14LloreanWinFF may cover up warnings, I'm not sure.
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06:29:51Lloreangartral1: I've said a few times now, you probably shouldn't be using WinFF
06:29:54LloreanAre you just ignoring me?
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06:30:40gartral1and ffplay isnt giving warning either, it just aborts
06:30:53LloreanAborts why?
06:31:18gartral1no reason given, the prompt window just disappears and stops playing
06:31:28gartral1same thing winff did
06:31:45LloreanTry the files that don't crash winff...
06:31:51LloreanThe ones that do crash Rockbox but don't crash winff.
06:32:04gartral1so far so good
06:32:21LloreanPlaying from the card?
06:32:29gartral1yessir
06:32:47gartral1playing finely, i might add
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06:34:02*gartral1 is banging head into the desk trying to figure this out
06:35:15gartral1ok, so far we have 3 confirmed corrupts that _always_ crash ffplay/winff, and _sometimes_ crash rockbox, and 2 that tottally work, and _sometimes_ crash rockbox
06:35:30Lloreangartral1: I thought you said they always crash Rockbox and at the same point in the song.
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06:36:54gartral1the three corrupt ones, when they do crash, yes, but its more cause of timing in the buffer in RB, with ffmpeg, yes, its always near the end of the song, and i cant tell exactly where cause neither winff, nor ffplay give a staus bar, or timer
06:37:36LloreanBut you just said all 5 songs only sometimes crash Rockbox.
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06:38:03gartral1yes, which is totally confusing me...
06:38:21LloreanSo we're down from "all my files" to only five?
06:38:29LloreanThe bug report says "any music file"
06:38:29gartral1and before we reloop, YES im using the official builds ATM
06:38:43LloreanBut from what you've described, it's not all files.
06:38:45gartral1cause at the time i filed, it was any file i played
06:39:08gartral1ive since then reloaded my music, and it has fixed most of them
06:39:41LloreanDidn't you have this problem just a week or two ago?
06:39:47gartral1at least, as far as ive tested, it would take hours to indevidually test all
06:39:48LloreanSame problem, all your files, found out they were mostly corrupted?
06:40:19gartral1no, a week ago, i cleaned the database cache and THAT fixed most... for a bit...
06:40:20LloreanWell, as I said in my comment: Don't say "all files" if you don't actually mean all, and even if you do, document the details since it's still not guaranteed every file will play
06:40:27LloreanMore information in a bug report is helpful
06:40:59LloreanNow, how were the files that are failing encoded, and what format?
06:41:50gartral1mostly MP3, one ogg, all sometimes fail, sometimes play with no problem...
06:42:39LloreanYou mean "ogg vorbis"?
06:43:22gartral1two, one an MP3, the other the Ogm, both play fine in ffplay/winff, and sometimes fail with RB
06:44:03Llorean"Ogm" is the extension for movies in ogg containers. Please, be careful with your typing.
06:44:17LloreanUnless you mean it really is a .ogm
06:44:22gartral1ok, Oga, sorry, it gets confusing
06:45:00*gartral1 makes the mental mistake "ogg music" instead of the proper "ogg audio"
06:45:31LloreanThat still doesn't tell me if it's vorbis. There are a few audio formats you can put in a .ogg or .oga file and we support two of them.
06:45:34LloreanThree, actually
06:45:46LloreanThat's why I asked.
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06:47:01gartral1i was only aware that ogg flac and and ogg vorbis are "oga" files, and all my "ogg" media is labeled by the now old ".ogg" extension
06:47:36LloreanCould you please just answer the question, though?
06:47:56gartral1yes, vorvis
06:48:04gartral1vorbis*
06:48:31LloreanAnd how were they encoded?
06:49:14LloreanYou should probably post file details to the flyspray tracker so other devs can attempt to reproduce the problem
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06:49:49gartral1directly from CD, using Exact Audio Copy with the vorbis 2 encoder
06:51:13gartral1ok, if i could have edit perms to my filespray post, ill fix it
06:51:35LloreanJust post a reply.
06:52:09LloreanDescribe specifically what settings you used to encode all the files that crash
06:52:26gartral1..... thats was a year and a half ago...
06:54:11LloreanLook.
06:54:19LloreanAt this point you're the _only_ person who's having this problem
06:54:26LloreanIt means there's either something unique about your files, or your player.
06:54:47LloreanIf you want someone to look into it, you need to be able to give them a recipe to reproduce the problem.
06:55:03LloreanThat means as many details as possible about how to create a file that will cause this problem.
06:55:34gartral1i only remember they were all q7 vbr ogg vorbis files or q6 mp3 vbr, beyond that, there really is no other defining information about them...
06:56:47LloreanThen it's almost certainly your player.
06:56:59LloreanIf standard MP3 / Vorbis files crashed it, we'd have plenty more reports
06:57:07LloreanBut you said you tried two players.
06:57:13gartral1no, ive mentioned before, my moms dap is doing the same things
06:57:36LloreanSo what's unique about these files. You mentioned last time that your files were 48khz.
06:57:42LloreanAre these resampled to 48 for some reason?
06:57:52gartral1and its the same hardware, a non "R" e250
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06:57:59gartral1yes..
06:58:10LloreanCDs are 44.1
06:58:27LloreanYou actually degrade the sound quality by encoding at 48khz
06:58:46gartral1yes, but the EAC program has 48 by default...
06:58:49LloreanNo.
06:58:51LloreanIt doesn't
06:58:54LloreanIt has 44.1
06:59:01gartral1it did when i installed it
06:59:27gartral1otherwise the audio files would all be 44.1
06:59:29LloreanIt never has for CDs, because CDs are 44.1 and the whole point is _Exact_ Audio Copy
06:59:43LloreanAny 48khz files could never possibly be exact.
06:59:51LloreanThey'd be an exact copy of a resampled (different) CD
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07:00:31gartral1anyway, is there some reason a 48 khrz file would break rockbox?
07:00:42LloreanIt shouldn't
07:00:55LloreanBut it's a very important piece of information for someone to test your files accurately.
07:01:17LloreanYou need to include mention of that on the task
07:01:22gartral1and looking closly, no, some are 44.1, others are 48
07:02:22LloreanWell, document them on the task, please
07:02:32LloreanBitrate, file format, any encoding options you remember, and sample rate.
07:02:39LloreanFor each of the five crashing files, at the very least.
07:03:15LloreanOh, and encoder version used if you can figure that out
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07:07:46LloreanThe other possibility is that it's your MicroSD card that's the problem.
07:08:10LloreanIt would certainly explain why sometimes you get corruption, sometimes you don't, sometimes you get crashes, sometimes you don't.
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07:12:01gartral1nah, ive upgraded both since, and not likely a problem with the card, as the parents from my harddrive are curropt as well
07:12:57LloreanOnly a couple of the parents are corrupt.
07:13:08*gartral1 needs too learn the proper spelling of "corrupt"
07:14:02LloreanYou need to not assume this is all one problem. It's possibly one problem, or its possibly multiple. Right now we're just gathering data.
07:14:26LloreanDo non-corrupt songs on the internal storage ever fail?
07:16:24gartral1nope, not since my "grand reload"
07:16:37gartral1before that, yes
07:16:50LloreanAs I told you earlier, I'm not asking about before.
07:16:57gartral1as i said, _any_ file caused it too fail
07:17:02LloreanAs I told you earlier, I'm not asking about before.
07:17:14gartral1no, not anymore
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07:17:50LloreanThen it would be a good idea to investigate the card as well.
07:18:01LloreanSince only it and your music are the common factor.
07:18:10gartral1its a transcend 4 gig SDHC calss 4
07:19:12gartral1and i formatted it when i got it, it came up as 3.74 gigs, with no errors, and running a check now, just too make sure
07:21:22gartral1no errors...
07:21:49gartral1i think its just a bad copy on the part of the 2 oddlings, and bad parents for the other three
07:22:04LloreanI thought you said you tested the ones on the card...
07:22:35gartral1i did, and the same five failed, i thought i mentioned that clearly
07:23:08LloreanYou said that some past the ffplay test.
07:23:11Llorean*passed
07:24:10gartral1yes, the two oddling ones that seemed ok from the drive and card, but looking at bin size, ther are different, short by 6 and 20 bytes
07:24:31gartral1on the card, i should say
07:24:48LloreanSo in the end, the problem is basically "rockbox doesn't deal with bad files well"?
07:24:56gartral1i belive soo
07:25:04gartral1let me reload these five and see
07:25:22Lloreanreloading the ones with bad parents won't fix anything
07:25:47gartral1if its _just_ the three confirmed bad ones, then thats the case, if all five fail, theres something more here
07:25:53LloreanAnd honestly, it sounds like ffmpeg may be more forgiving than Rockbox right now, so we don't know if the "good" parents are really good
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07:26:29gartral1now all i gotta do is try to get it too abort...
07:30:05gartral1dangit, now, when i WANT it too abort, its fine! grrrrr
07:33:31gartral1ok, it just aborted on a bad one, played the two odd ones ok though, so, i think it is "rockbox hates poorly encoded media"
07:39:13gartral1ok, well, thank you very much for being so patiant with me
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10:40:45JdGordonso whats the correct way to read text in from a utf8 file?
10:40:54JdGordonre FS #9839
10:42:07linuxstb9839?
10:42:19JdGordon9830 sorry
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10:48:34linuxstbAh, OK. I guess what we would want Rockbox to do would be to treat the file as utf-8 encoded if the BOM is found, otherwise use the user's codepage. playlist.c seems to do this.
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10:53:00JdGordonlooks like cuesheet tries to convert to utf8 regardless of if its utf8 or not
10:56:39JdGordonif it is utf8 we can just do a strcpy instead of iso_decode()?
10:57:34linuxstbYes.
10:59:46JdGordonhttp://pastebin.com/df24e505 ?
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11:01:16*JdGordon gives it a try
11:02:03linuxstbThat looks OK to me.
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11:03:38linuxstbAlthough I don't think strncpy will null-terminate the string if it's longer than the buffer.
11:04:13B4gderon thursday morning 0800 CET, the main web site, the build master, the mailing lists etc will be down for some 30 minutes or so
11:04:49linuxstbJdGordon: And shouldn't the strncpy use "MAX_NAME*3" ?
11:05:06JdGordonwhy *3?
11:05:20linuxstbThat's the size of the buffer.
11:06:13JdGordonwtf? I wonder why whoever did that change didnt just fix that #define?
11:07:06JdGordonroolku did that back in nov 07!
11:07:19linuxstbMAX_NAME is the maximum number of characters, not bytes.
11:09:41JdGordonshould that be changed to MAX_NAME_BYTES and MAX_NAME_CHARS (maybe something shorter?)
11:10:47linuxstbYou could just use sizeof() instead of MAX_NAME_BYTES
11:11:15linuxstbOr maybe not...
11:11:22JdGordonnot with the way dest is used
11:11:43JdGordonmeh, MAX_NAME*3 and +1 for the \0 line work well enough
11:13:17linuxstb+1 ? Don't you just mean dest[MAX_NAME*3] = 0?
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11:13:53linuxstbAlso, the strncpys at the end of that function (copying performer name) should be fixed to use *3 as well IIUC.
11:14:08JdGordonarg, yeah of course
11:14:13linuxstb(or sizeof would work there...)
11:14:57LloreanMaybe add a define somewhere for what that 3 is, just so it's clearer when someone reads in the future?
11:15:23JdGordonill add a quick comment
11:16:45JdGordon*3 because utf8 chars can be max 3 bytes each?
11:16:56linuxstbI'm not even sure if that's true though...
11:17:14linuxstbNo, it can be up to 4...
11:18:05*linuxstb sees another trivial bugfix that opens a can of worms...
11:19:23JdGordonapparently the last byte is for rarely used chars
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11:20:30Lloreanlinuxstb: Looking at the wikipedia page, UTF-8 sequences can be longer than 4 bytes.
11:21:06LloreanI'm not sure why, but there's characters reserved for the beginning of 5 and 6 byte sequences
11:21:11LloreanEr, bytes reserved
11:24:56linuxstbThat same page says that RFC 3629 restricts UTF-8 to chars up to 0x10ffff - so only 4 bytes are needed.
11:25:24LloreanAh
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11:32:09JdGordonI wonder if we should bother with a readline_utf8? and fix open_utf8() so it can let the caller know if the file is utf8 or not?
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11:46:50markun3 bytes are enough for any 16-bit unicode character. I don't think we will support more than that.
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11:50:06LloreanIs unifont only the 16-bit ones, then?
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13:14:44JdGordonLinusN: hey, can i bug you about hwcodec?
13:15:08LinusNnope, there are no bugs in that code :-P
13:16:59JdGordonI need to get it to send an event when it loads the id3entry for the next track. http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/9795?getfile=18396 has the 2 lines I added to mpeg.c which I was hoping would do it but apparently not.. any ideas where to do it properly?
13:21:12JdGordonalso, swcodec loads the id3entry for the first unbuffered track when the buffer fills.. should/could this be added to hwcodec to make the next track info avilable more often? or not worth the addition?
13:23:55LinusNnot sure about that
13:24:37LinusNbit regarding your patch, is it important to only send the event when the *next* track is loaded, why not always when it has fetched the id3 info?
13:25:22LinusNor are you trying to catch the case when the current track is loaded?
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13:26:32JdGordonI need to catch at least when the next tracks id3 is ready, I asked pixelma to test it without the if line so it always sends when any id3 is ready but that apparently didnt work
13:26:55LinusNin what way didn't it work?
13:28:11JdGordonlooking for the irc log...
13:28:52LinusNi have to go to a meeting, brb
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13:34:46JdGordonLinusN: log starts at http://www.rockbox.org/irc/log-20090122#12:05:46
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13:37:00JdGordonthose problems dont show up on swcodec so hwcodec must be doing something funny (somewhere)... the patch tries to limit the amount of full wps redraws to only happen on track change and when the next track info is avilable
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14:34:27B4gderhm, they were intended to have it
14:34:43*LambdaCalculus37 notices that the Subversion updates on the front page isn't showing the two most recent commits
14:35:06ZagorI helped a coworker install and was surprised to see the svn revision rather than 3.1
14:35:56Zagorwe also found strange issues with rbutilqt (FS #9833)
14:37:20LambdaCalculus37Strange... I can view the two most recent commits from JdGordon and myself on ViewVC, but not on the front page. :/
14:37:21B4gderisn't 19857 the most recent?
14:37:32LambdaCalculus37B4gder: No, 19859 is (mine).
14:37:41B4gderhm
14:37:46LambdaCalculus37JdGordon got 19858 in.
14:38:03B4gderhah, the build system isn't running atm!
14:38:13LambdaCalculus37:P
14:38:39kugelhow did that happen?
14:38:49LambdaCalculus37It's taking a nap? ;)
14:38:54kugelI bet JdGordon hacked it off to hide his reds ;)
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14:38:58JdGordonso my commit never got built?
14:39:01B4gderit deserves some rest every now and then
14:39:08*JdGordon wondered why there was 0 delta :p
14:39:16LambdaCalculus37JdGordon: Don't feel bad, neither did mine. :)
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14:46:16JdGordonthere we go!
14:46:30*JdGordon hears disks churning and assumes its rbclient
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14:48:43LambdaCalculus37\o/
14:48:50*LambdaCalculus37 sees his commit on the front page!
14:48:55LambdaCalculus37My first *big* commit! :)
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14:51:19peturhmmm multiple changes in one commit :/
14:53:09JdGordonB4gder: something thats been bugging me for a while on the build page... is the first time the build just happened and the 2nd is the one before that?
14:53:52B4gderthe first is a sliding average and the "most recent" is the most recent ;-)
14:54:36JdGordonah ok
14:54:55B4gderso the "expected time" is the first one
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14:58:39JdGordonor at least 2 bytes of it :D
14:59:09LambdaCalculus37JdGordon: Yes, it's always the manual writer's fault. :P
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15:00:43linuxstbJdGordon: Regarding your cuesheet fix - shouldn't they be MAX_NAME*3+1 in the last two strncpys ? And I thought you said you would comment the use of MAX_NAME*3? ;)
15:01:24JdGordonyes and yes :p forgot about the comment
15:01:45JdGordonI think a define for them would be better though anyway
15:01:48linuxstbAlthough maybe sizeof() would be clearer for the last two.
15:02:14linuxstbOr yes, a define could work as well...
15:02:16JdGordonthat will make the lines longer
15:02:42*linuxstb hands JdGordon a couple of linefeeds
15:02:43JdGordonand I didnt want to do a int length = sizeof(...) line incase the 2 buffers ever dont have the same lnegth
15:02:59JdGordonsplit lines are just as annoying as long lines
15:03:38linuxstbThen edit docs/CONTRIBUTING... ;)
15:04:12JdGordonI'll sneak a change s/80/120/ into there also :)
15:04:27B4gderhaha
15:04:34linuxstbWait until the next Swedish holiday...
15:04:43B4gderthat holiest rule of them all!
15:04:45linuxstbDamn, too late, they've seen it...
15:05:04linuxstbGo on, give us 100...
15:05:15B4gder#1 - "Thy Code Shall be Narrow"
15:05:54linuxstbSo indent with 1 space?
15:06:15JdGordonno indenting!
15:06:24B4gderrename all symbols to half the length!
15:06:29JdGordonscrew it... no new lines either
15:06:42linuxstbJdGordon: All of Rockbox in 80 characters?
15:06:52JdGordonthat might be difficult
15:07:06JdGordonamiconn will like that idea though... no chance of wasted ram :D
15:07:23*Zagor looks at JdGordon and wonders if he's actually the libvorbis author
15:07:23linuxstbchar* mystring[10000000000] is quite short...
15:07:38*linuxstb wonders where that extra * came from
15:07:53Zagorlibtremor even
15:08:01JdGordonsneaky way of quadrupaling the ram usage?
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15:20:11JdGordonLinusN: i'm off... ill check the logs in the morning incase you come up with any ideas....
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15:35:37LambdaCalculus37Oh, crud... I forgot to commit a file as part of FS #9826! See, I knew I was going to forget something! :)
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15:37:42LambdaCalculus37No, nevermind... the patch version I used (latest one) doesn't have the missing file.
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17:34:45kugelso, how much against are people http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/9828?
17:35:50kugelNow it does hardly change existing behavoir (only for sansas, which should exit the quickscreen with select anyway imo)
17:36:10kugelon the sansa, select does nothing, but power exists (which is usually stop, so not even cancel)
17:36:41PaulJambtw, is there any special reason why you use HZ/4 for the splah and not HZ/2 like in the other menus? i found it a little too short.
17:37:18amiconnThe quickscreen should always exit with the same button used for entering it. On targets which allow simultaneous button presses, the original quick behaviour needs to be restored as well
17:40:02kugelamiconn: I didn't change that
17:40:17kugelPaulJam: too short? ok, I can change that
17:40:39kugelPaulJam: maybe there should be a general cancel function/macro, so that HZ/2 is always used
17:41:15kugelamiconn: "On targets which allow simultaneous button presses, the original quick behaviour needs to be restored as well"?
17:42:05kugelon which target has it ever been like that?
17:42:29kugel(assuming you mean the qs is only up as long as the entering button is kept pressed)
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17:46:14amiconnThat was how the quickscreen originally worked, on the target where it was invented, the recorder
17:47:01kugelI don't think it can work nicely on other targets, plus, some targets use the enterring screen as a setting changing button
17:47:24kugelI can't imagine how this would work nicely on my e200
17:48:18kugeland I don't see any need to make it work like this again to be honest
17:48:50kugelI use the quickscreen frequently, and I like how it works (with a dedicated exit button)
17:49:44kugelif I use the live-feature, e.g. to toggle between eq or crossfeed, just to try out how it sounds, it would be majorly annyoing to have to keep 1 button always pressed
17:51:07kugelPaulJam: would you want to have it like that?
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17:56:45PaulJamwell, if i understand correctly you'd have to use both hands to use the quickscreen. so i prefer the current behavior. but maybe both could be combined somehow. for example on the H300: if you keep pressing A-B while using the quickscreen then leave it as soon as A-B is released, bit if you release the A-B button before pressing any of the directional buttons then don't automatically leave the QS.
17:57:43linuxstbkugel: I don't understand your patch now - e.g. on ipods, you've changed the mapping of MENU from "cancel" to "OK" - so there is no "cancel" option mapped in the quickscreen, so your patch does nothing...
17:58:10kugellinuxstb: no, cancel from STD context is applied
17:58:34linuxstbkugel: Which is what? ...
17:59:02kugel(which seems to be BUTTON_PLAY|BUTTON_REPEAT)
17:59:15linuxstbWhich is ACTION_QS_DOWN
17:59:17kugelhm, wait, play is the down button, right?
17:59:31kugelhm, that's a bug then :)
17:59:49linuxstbHave you tried your patch in any targets apart from Sansas?
17:59:57kugelsome, not all
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18:01:20kugelwell, maybe it should be like on the sansas
18:01:37kugeli.e. select is OK (and menu would be cancel)
18:02:15linuxstbYes, that's the only thing that would make sense (assuming this feature is wanted - I'm indifferent about it).
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18:10:03kugellinuxstb: I'm not sure if it's wanted. Well, I want it, but others doesn't seem to be too happy about it :)
18:11:16kugelbut I think it's mainly because messing with the keymaps is always a bit controversial
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18:16:06elementzhi. i've installed rockbox via the auto installer for linux on my ipod mini, second gen
18:16:14elementzit worked fine in the beginnging
18:16:28*n1s doesn't use the quickscreen but doesn't see why cancelling would be needed (i don't see the need to cancel out of regular settings either to be honest)
18:16:46*rasher stands in n1s' corner
18:17:33elementznow, it does not start anymore, i am not able to reset it. when plugging it into usb, only *sometimes the charging battery appears on the display, but thats it
18:17:41elementzlooks like rockbox bricked my ipod...
18:17:51elementzor is there a solution out there?
18:18:03linuxstbelementz: How long are you holding MENU+SELECT for? It can sometimes take up to about 30 seconds.
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18:18:45elementzlinuxstb: tried for like 10 secs or so
18:18:49elementzhold on ill retry
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18:22:17kugeln1s, rasher: then this isn't something for you I guess. I, however, love that this is possible and implemented on the setting
18:22:46kugeland I make use of it frequently
18:22:50elementzlinuxstb: ok, seems to not work. dmesg gives no output either
18:23:10kugelelementz: sansa/ipod?
18:23:21elementzkugel: ipod mini
18:23:36kugelit seems http://svn.rockbox.org/viewvc.cgi?view=rev&revision=19819 is causing this, I heard some similar reports
18:23:41kugeland I have such problems myself
18:24:21kugelthat's even in the of for some weird reason
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18:25:15elementzbefore it stopped working, it constantly froze while playing, when rescanning the database, all kinds of previously deleted tracks appeard on the ipod, some of them where playable, some made it crash
18:25:49elementzand, well, as i said now it does not even start at all anymore, no reset, no dmesg, no nothing
18:26:26kugelwhat I get in dmesg is "waiting for device to settle", then nothing
18:26:41kugelif I try often enough, it eventually connects though
18:26:53elementznope, not even that
18:27:08elementzseems like rockbox actually *can brick your ipod
18:27:11elementzgood to know
18:27:35LambdaCalculus37Rockbox can *not* brick an iPod. Only smashing the iPod with a hammer can brick it.
18:28:03kugeldoes rockbox boot at least?
18:28:22elementznothing, the darn thing wont even turn on anymore
18:28:28elementzbeen charging it for ages
18:28:42elementzbut even the charge symbol stopped showing
18:28:46kugelhm, that doesn't sound very related to rockbox
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18:30:25PaulJamelementz: try if resetting works if you turn on the hold button and then off again before trying the reset procedure.
18:30:27elementzwow battery symbol is back now, after holding reset for some time and having the thing plugged in
18:30:42elementzbut still nothing on dmesg
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18:40:40pixelmaI saw this effect that the Ipod wouldn't get further than the low battery splash on amiconn's Mini last December. You could reset it well but that didn't help much, don't know how it behaved on an USB data connection. If I remember correctly he said it only "fixed" itself by leaving it in the drawer for a while and let the battery drain, better let him tell the story though
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18:57:31elementzpixelma: ok, strange behavior. amiconn you around?
18:58:50amiconnkugel: The real-quick quickscreen method used to be available *in addition* to entering and exiting with short presses. And this method does have an advantage if you know what you want to change - it is faster.
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19:00:19amiconnLambdaCalculus37, elementz: Rockbox seems at least to be able to confuse the charging circuitry in a way that the OF loader is unable to get it back working
19:01:25amiconnThere are just two options to get it back working when that happens. (a) Put the thing away for several weeks, so that the battery drains below the hardware shutoff point.(b) Open it and disconnect the battery for a minute or so
19:01:59kugelamiconn: in addition? as in the current behavior should be also there?
19:02:16elementzamiconn: hm, are there guides how to dismantle an ipod mini?
19:02:19kugelhow do you differentiate between the two modes?
19:02:40amiconnEasy. It's short press vs. longpress
19:03:04amiconnIf by the time the screen is entered the button is still held down, it's the quick method
19:04:49LambdaCalculus37elementz: http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPod/iPod-Mini/96
19:05:09kugelamiconn: ok, did I break that (because you said it's to be restored)?
19:05:13elementzthx
19:05:26LambdaCalculus37elementz: *AHEM* In proper English. please.
19:05:41amiconnGetting this back to work probably just needs some extra entries in the quickscreen context, plus a little modification of status handling
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19:06:00amiconnkugel: No, you didn't. JdGordon|zzz did, months ago...
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19:07:03amiconnMy main point today was that the quickscreen should always be exitable with the same button that brings it up. It's quite confusing for long-term rockboxers if this doesn't work
19:07:38amiconn(another problem on the Recorders - it works for the standard (F2) quickscreen, but not for the F3 screen)
19:07:51rasheramiconn: difficult on eg. e200, where the quickscreen button is used to change option
19:07:56amiconnOh, and quickscreen settings shouldn't be cancellable
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19:08:58elementzok, will need to get those special screwdrivers first
19:09:35amiconnrasher: That's bad. I guess it's DOWN because that doubles as MENU on the Sansas?
19:09:43gevaertselementz: if you don't care too much about slight scratches, you can do it with ordinary tools
19:10:03elementzbtw, is it possible to get rid of the ipod file system, and make the ipod completely manageable by mounting it to a linux fs? so that i could just drop my files and folders on the device
19:10:40amiconnI can think of two fixes. (1) Choose a different button for the quickscreen. (2) if that's not possible, disallow DOWN in the quickscreen. UP should be available as a replacement
19:10:40n1steh filesystem needs to be FAT32 but you can manage your files however you like
19:10:41elementzgevaerts: yeah, but i dont have a srewdriver with the size of those tiny screws on top of the ipod
19:10:52gevaertsah ok. You do need that :)
19:11:22elementzn1s: so, i could completely format the ipod with fat32, than install rockbox to the bootsector, and just use that?
19:11:44kugelamiconn: I agree, but that's not possible without major remapping I think
19:11:46LambdaCalculus37elementz: The screws require a #00 sized Phillips screwdriver.
19:11:50amiconnThere's also (3) keep it as-is on Sansa, but it's kinda unusual for the quickscreen... it's called *quick*screen for a reason
19:11:58kugelat least on some targets
19:12:50amiconnBtw, the quick mode is the reason why the quickscreen doesn't use UP.
19:12:56kugelamiconn: I don't think it's slow just because of that
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19:14:05amiconnWith the quick mode working, you can change a setting within less than a second (i.e. enter the quickscreen, change the setting, and go back to where you noticed that you need to change it)
19:14:05kugelI actually don't agree that the "fast mode", which isn't really faster, but more annyoing to use (at least in my imagination), if it disallows adding a 4th item or disallows my patch
19:14:26Hoe``how do i prevent constantly getting doubled database entries?
19:14:26kugel+is so important
19:14:35Hoe``(iPod video 5g)
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19:20:38PaulJamHoe``: have you checked if the duplicate entries aren't caused by actual duplicate files by saving a playlist of the duplicate enries and checking that with a text editor?
19:20:54Hoe``na,m because the whole db duplicates :P
19:21:53Hoe``if i have a .m3u, will that cause duplicates?
19:22:02Hoe``as in, it adds the mp3s, then readds them from the m3u?
19:22:31PaulJamhmm, was the problem there right after initialising the database or did it occur later?
19:22:59PaulJamno, the database doesn't read m3u playlists
19:26:04kugelamiconn: well, basically, my change wouldn't break it if it was working.
19:26:41kugelamiconn: and if it's going to restored, I guess it would be reasonable and logical if cancel wasn't available in the "fast mode"
19:26:41Hoe``it happens 'randomly' with in a couple weeks of deleting the old db
19:27:10Hoe``think i'm currently up to 3x entries
19:27:38bertrikI think I've seen a problem of duplicated db entries too but I never really invested the time to reproduce
19:27:42Hoe``what's the difference between innitalize db and update db?
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19:30:06PaulJaminitialize completely rebuilds the database, update only updates what was changed.
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19:32:47Slasherithat duplicate thing is a really weird issue.. is there still any way to re-produce that? I have never had it on my h140
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19:33:52PaulJamHoe``: do you use the "update now" functionality? and what database settings do you use? i use "load to ram - yes", "auto update - yes", "gather runtime data - yes", and directory cache is also enabled. and i have never noticed duplicate enries.
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19:38:20SlasheriHoe``: please try with directory cache enabled if you could still cause that problem to happen
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19:38:59Slasherithat could be the cause.. need to investigate that
19:39:03Hoe``okay
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20:15:38mcuelenaeregevaerts: is it possible for USB to work on 12Mhz instead of 48Mhz?
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20:17:01gevaertsmcuelenaere: I'm not sure what you mean...
20:17:21mcuelenaeredoesn't the USB standard require transfers are done in 48Mhz?
20:17:55gevaertsTransfers are done at either 12Mbit or 480Mbit (full speed/high speed)
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20:18:35mcuelenaeremm ok, then this is SoC specific
20:18:45gevaertsprobably, yes
20:19:01*gevaerts would expect 30MHz or 60MHz...
20:19:19mcuelenaereit should be running 48Mhz, but it reports to be running at 12Mhz..
20:19:22mcuelenaereand still USB works fine
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20:41:46pixelmaUnhelpful: tried your build today and it didn't help with the divide by zero problem. I tried some things like setting different font sizes and when I realised it probably happens when it wants to draw the "flip selected cover" animation, I checked for differences between a "known" and the "unknown" bitmaps - everything resulted in the same crash. Realised that I saw a slightly different address yesterday (last digit was a 4, not a 0) probably wit
20:41:46pixelma build...
20:43:20Unhelpfuli didn't expect that build to fix it, but the address might actually match up with my map files, now, and then i can use the debug objects to pin it down to a line :)
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20:43:58Unhelpfulassuming the address is benig reported correctly... i would hope it's where the bad div call happened
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20:46:43jhMikeSUnhelpful: It should be the pc immediately following the divide call (lr)
20:47:47jhMikeSgevaerts: IIUC, it's perfectly legal to force SE0 (disconnect) to force reenumeration of a device. Any idea what a minimum safe value should be?
20:47:53Unhelpfullovely. then the address it's hitting now should match up on my end :)
20:48:24gevaertsjhMikeS: you mean how long to hold SE0? let me check the spec
20:49:40pixelmaUnhelpful: if that helps, I could upload (parts of) my mapfile somewhere
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20:50:24jhMikeSgevaerts: It seems to take quite some time on windows. I suspect some might expect longer. Right now it's about 150ms before it starts the driver fully enabled.
20:50:26Unhelpfulpixelma: i have the mapfile, and objects with debug data, for the build i linked :)
20:50:57pixelmaumm, need to check that again for the address
20:52:08linuxstbbluebrother: Does rbutil know exactly which device it has found when saying "Detected an unsupported Apple variant" ? Although I'm not sure how to make that message any clearer... (re: http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php?topic=20332.0 )
20:52:20pixelmaI see in the logs that an important part of my line got cut off which mentioned that the different address was with the SVN build
20:52:46gevaertsjhMikeS: I'm not sure if I understand the scenario you're talking about correctly
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20:54:26jhMikeSgevaerts: Forcing a disconnect so that the host sees the device as detached (after bus reset detection) and so it redetects the device and gives another bus reset when the driver is restarted.
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20:55:07satchafunkilusWill rockbox ever support iriver e100?
20:55:21BigBambiPerhaps, if interested owners do the required work
20:55:26ZoxcNo, iriver e100 is banned :)
20:55:32pixelmaUnhelpful: address with your build is 01F84570 (0) - I believe that's the same as I saw yesterday with my build that included your size patch
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20:55:53Unhelpfulit shoud be, my build is from the working tree i made the patch from...
20:55:55BigBambisatchafunkilus: Ports are not done by a "rockbox team", but by owners that want it enough to do all the hard work required
20:56:13gevaertsZoxc: please, don't say things like that. You will confuse people
20:56:36Unhelpfulhrm, maybe i'm going about this wrong :/
20:57:13ZoxcIt's IRC. It's expected :(
20:57:23BigBambiZoxc: Not here please
20:57:40satchafunkilusThanks for the info.
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20:58:36gevaertsjhMikeS: I'm not actually sure if SE0 to force a disconnect is expected to work from the device side
20:59:21*gevaerts unfortunately doesn't know USB that well below chapter 8
20:59:50*mcuelenaere got the internal speaker on the Onda working :)
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21:00:14jhMikeSgevaerts: I think it is supposed to.
21:00:38bertrikhow many rockbox targets have an fm chip that supports RDS?
21:00:53jhMikeSclearing the RUN bit performs "disconnect"
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21:00:59bertrikthe only one I know is the si4701 in n1s' beast
21:02:37jhMikeSbertrik: I think all SI470x (in any RB device) do support it.
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21:04:48bertrikjhMikeS, si4701 and si4703 support it, the si4700 and si4702 don't unfortunately... ams sansas have a si4702 as far as I've seen
21:05:03gevaertsjhMikeS: IIRC there's a settling time in the spec somehwre
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21:05:28Unhelpfulare symbols sorted in the build-generated map files? i'm quite confused about where the trouble is, and nm didn't help me any :/
21:05:43gevaertsjhMikeS: IIRC there's a settling time in the spec somewhere that allows bus-powered devices some time before they're expected to respond to things. I can't find it right now though
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21:06:14bertrikI suspect that si4700 and si4701 are actually the same, but with different firmware (same for si4702 and si4703)...
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21:06:25jhMikeSgevaerts: One settling time I recall was 2uS
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21:06:56jhMikeSClearly not the right one though
21:07:17gevaertsIt's more than that. There is one that basically allows a device some time to get running
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21:08:18jhMikeSgevaerts: I don't mind finding it. Probable chapters?
21:08:37gevaertsI'd say either 7 or 9, but I'm not sure
21:11:24Jaykayhas anybody something in mind with which i could do a battery bench? a patch, codec, setting, anything?
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21:11:47Jaykayi want to give my dap something to do ;)
21:12:11UnhelpfuljhMikeS: it seems to work great, but sadly, that's um, not helpful :/
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21:12:34Unhelpfulif i'm understanding you correctly, the reported address should be the instruction after the bad call?
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21:13:37bertrikI've wondered if we could make the panics a little more helpful, like reporting more register contents (maybe the link register?)
21:13:47bertrikat least for ARM
21:13:56jhMikeSUnhelpful: Yes, just the return address for the divide routine
21:14:16Unhelpfulright... it appears that some of the divide routines call others :/
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21:15:37Unhelpfuli decompiled pictureflow.elf, the address she reported is just after: "1f8456c: eb000014 bl 1f845c4 <__udivsi3>"... inside __divdi3 :/
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21:18:21Unhelpfuldivdi3 is... 64-bit division? i'm guessing it just calls udivsi3 (32-bit unsigned?) if the top 32 bits of both operands are empty?
21:20:39jhMikeSI not really familiar with what the specific routines are for
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21:25:08n1selementz: depends on what you mean by "completely format" but the only supported way to install rockbox is the official way with dual boot but you can still manage your files any way you like just the OF will not see them
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21:26:13n1sbertrik, jhMikeS: the only thing i know is that the si470x in my beast reports itself as a si4701 unless i read the datasheet wrong and that _should_ support rds, didn't try it so far
21:26:13pixelmamcuelenaere: btw. congrats. :) *someone reads logs*
21:26:19mcuelenaere:)
21:26:36mcuelenaerehaving a schematic really helps things
21:26:40pixelmaalthough I can't imagine an internal speaker in an mp3 player sounds nice
21:26:54pixelmaor DAP ;)
21:26:56mcuelenaerewell, it is there so it should be used :)
21:27:00bertrikn1s, do you see some changing data in the RDS data registers when you go to the radio debug menu?
21:27:31pixelmamcuelenaere: sure
21:28:22gevaertsmcuelenaere: maybe you can use it for surround sound :)
21:28:27jhMikeSn1s: By mistake it had my beast receiving RDS and was watching it in the radio debug screen. Just enable the bit for it.
21:28:40mcuelenaeregevaerts: it's one speaker, so mono :)
21:29:11*mcuelenaere wonders whether it could get used as mic
21:29:20n1sbertrik: no, but as jhMikeS said it needs to be enabled
21:29:54n1sjhMikeS: i still intend to try it at some point, just pretty busy...
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21:30:33Unhelpfulwell, i'm pretty sure i know the "culprit"... there's a routine in pictureflow name of "fdiv". pf uses truly fixed-point math, except for actual pixel coordinates, all of the values are signed 22.10... fdiv, rather bizarrely, calculates division as (((long long)num)<<(shift*2)/den)>>shift
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21:32:03bertrikn1s, I've been reading up a bit about RDS and it doesn't seem to be very hard to use
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21:33:30bertrikindeed you have to set a bit to enable RDS on the si4701/3 (it's disabled by default)
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21:34:34BigBambiRDS would be awesome
21:35:16n1sIs it actually used for anything else than stupid text adverts?
21:35:18toffe82rds on the beast ?
21:35:49jhMikeSthe sandisk players don't have the GPIO tuner lines connected for anything?
21:35:50bertrikn1s, I don't know, but at least just having the station name would be nice
21:36:04rashern1s: Shows the station name here on all channels - sometimes the currently playing song
21:36:11*rasher hasn't ever seen adverts on RDS
21:36:15bertrikjhMikeS, you mean for interrupts? I don't think so, but I'm not sure yet.
21:37:26gevaertsAren't there more things on RDS than just the text to be shown, like alternative frequencies to try and things like that?
21:37:45bertrikyes
21:38:56bertrikapparently the basic features are Programme Identification (PI), Programme Service (PS) name, Alternative Frequency (AF) list, Traffic Programme (TP) identification, and Traffic Announcement (TA) signal
21:41:28BigBambin1s: I've never seen an advert - it shows station mae, programme name, song title + artist sometimes, plus lets you do traffic announce stuff + change to a stronger frequency for the same station if you get out of the area
21:41:53BigBambiThe last one is especially useful for national stations that broadcast on multiple requencies depending on region
21:42:38pixelmanever seen artist and title which I find a pity as I like listening radio to discover new music
21:42:59pixelmabut that doesn't belong here, sorry
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21:47:10bertrikthe RDS enable bit won't stick on my si4702 in my clip. The RDSA data register shows a value though (0xFF), the other RDS data registers show 0x00.
21:47:27linuxstbDoes Sansa'a firmware support RDS?
21:48:54pixelmaSansa?
21:49:02BXCracerno it does'nt
21:50:43pixelmaah, the v2 Sansas
21:51:47bertrikoh, the bit does stick even on a si4702, but I don't see any meaningful data
21:53:15BXCracerare you saying that clip can support RDS ? isn't this a hardware feature ?
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21:54:45bertrikno, the sansa clip does not support RDS, it does not have a version of the fm chip that supports RDS.
21:56:30bertrikmy sansa clip has a si4702 chip, you need a si4701 or si4703 chip for RDS.
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21:58:24Unhelpfulhrm... i think i'll add a debugf in fdiv, and see if i can trigger it in sim. i can't duplicate on beast, but the aspect ration may be important...
21:58:45Bagderrasher: are you now auto-importing binsizes from the commits ? if so, do you add targets that aren't already being recorded in the db?
21:59:13rasherBagder: Yes and yes
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21:59:22Bagdergreat!
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22:02:38linuxstbbertrik: Ah, I misunderstood your comment about the Clip - I thought you expected RDS to work there...
22:03:21bertriklinuxstb, I just wanted to see what happened if I tried to enable it anyway
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22:15:02DJuniahquick question about the port. Is USB charging enabled?
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22:16:07BigBambiWhich port?
22:16:13BigBambitoo late
22:17:29bertriklinuxstb, I'
22:18:02bertrikm hoping maybe newer ams sansas have the fm chip that does support RDS, very small chance though...
22:18:31gevaertsIndeed. Those things cost more money...
22:18:41BigBambibertrik: the beast does though right?
22:19:20bertrikyes, it seems so, but it's the only rockbox target that can possibly support RDS that I know so far
22:19:22toffe82I though we said that the beast didn't have it
22:19:53Unhelpfulnear as i can tell, not having done software 3D in something like a decade, and this not being how i would've written it at all, it would seem that the particular division causing trouble ought to be returning zero on zero denominator... i think?
22:20:21BigBambitoffe82: Say it aint so!
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23:31:27bluebrotherlinuxstb: rbutil uses usb ids to detect the Classic and others, so it's as exact as the usb ids are unique
23:31:56bluebrotherthe notification code isn't too smart right now, thus the "incompatible variant" for now.
23:32:11bluebrotherextending that might be a good idea(tM)
23:33:28Zagorbluebrother: I looked on during FS #9833. It really was as he described - rbutilqt failed claiming it was a MacPod. after many attempts we gave up and tried the ipodpatcher manually and much to our surprise it worked.
23:33:55LloreanZagor: Which version of each was he using?
23:34:55Zagorrbutilqt 1.0.9 and whatever version of ipodpatcher is linked from the manual
23:35:11Zagorthe macosx versions of both
23:35:29domonokyso it should be the same code, which detects that its a macpod
23:35:45bluebrotherZagor: so it's in the logs?
23:35:58Zagorbluebrother: what is in what logs?
23:36:16bluebrotherthe guy having problems. In the irc logs
23:36:35Zagorno, it did not happen on irc. it happened in my office.
23:36:45bluebrotheroh.
23:37:02Bagder"aaaand its liiiive in Zagor's office" !!
23:37:28bluebrotherwell, did you disconnect the ipod after conversion? I somewhat wonder if it's related to some OS caching of the mbr
23:37:29Zagorwe even looked in the source and couldn't understand how on earth it fails. but fail it did.
23:37:44Zagorwe didn't convert. it was a winpod from the start.
23:37:56bluebrotheroh.
23:38:04LloreanBought new as a winpod, or possibly previously tinkered with?
23:38:26ZagorLlorean: Possibly converted earlier. I'm not sure.
23:38:54bluebrotherproblem is that this makes this task almost unsolveable. I have no way to reproduce, and it's the same code used.
23:39:07bluebrotherand especially if even you didn't figure a difference ...
23:39:25LloreanToo bad there's not a dump from before the install too.
23:39:50ZagorI know. I hate such bug reports too :-) Another unpleasant thing is that autodetect hung.
23:39:51linuxstbZagor: Did you try other versions of rbutil (Win/Linux)?
23:39:57bluebrotherthe only idea I have about this is that it could be some disk locking issue, like the "no sansa found" bug
23:40:24LloreanWhat do we use to determine if it's a macpod (what must be true/false?)
23:40:32Zagorthe mbr dump is actually from before the install. we did it to look at the mbr and verify the presence of 0x55 and 0xaa.
23:40:50ZagorLlorean: 0x55 and 0xaa at the end of the MBR
23:41:00LloreanZagor: That's the entirety of the check?
23:42:05Zagorif those are present, it's flagged as a winpod. if they are not, we check for 'E' and 'R' at the start of the sector. if those are present, its a macpod.
23:42:07LloreanDoes RBUtil use the same code to *get* the MBR?
23:42:50linuxstbZagor: Do you know if it's a 2048-byte sector ipod (i.e. 5.5g)?
23:42:54bluebrotherrbutil calls ipodpatcher, and uses that output struct
23:43:07bluebrotherZagor: have you tried on a different OS than Mac?
23:43:50Zagorbluebrother: yes it is. a 60 GB video 64MB
23:44:11Zagorwe did not try another OS. we fell back to manual install.
23:44:40Zagor(oh, that "yes" was to linuxstb)
23:44:57bluebrotherit might of course be some undetected glitch that's specific to OS X. There's still no testing of rbutil on OS X.
23:46:59MTeelinuxstb : do you know where I could find a rm file containing mp3 ? I'm searching right now but can't find anything
23:47:50linuxstbZagor: Can you build rbutilqt on that Mac? Maybe dumping the partition read by ipodpatcher-in-rbutil would give a clue?
23:48:09linuxstbMTee: Do you know the mplayerhq archive of audio test files?
23:48:47MTeeno, will look there now. Thanks :)
23:48:58linuxstbhttp://samples.mplayerhq.hu/real/mp3_in_rm/
23:49:40Zagorlinuxstb: good idea. we could start with just looking at the output of the ipodpatcher partition dump.
23:49:43MTeethanks a lot
23:51:12bluebrothermacs are still 32 bit?
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23:51:47linuxstbIsn't PPC 64-bit?
23:51:52ZagorI wonder it if could be a simple permission problem. I'm not sure if he ran ipodpatcher sudo or not. I know he didn't sudo rbutilqt.
23:52:19Zagorno, that should still not flag it as a macpod
23:52:30bluebrotherthat should not detect the Ipod at all
23:52:38Zagorexactly
23:52:51linuxstbWere any other devices (with DOS MBR) attached to the Mac?
23:52:59*bluebrother doesn't know
23:53:09*linuxstb noticed the device was /dev/disk8
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23:53:50Zagorlinuxstb: I'm pretty sure there wasn't. we ran 'mount' and as I remember the only one marked 'msdos' was the ipod.
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23:54:27*linuxstb suspects LinusN's ipod was hiding around the back
23:54:36Zagor:-)
23:55:02*bluebrother wonders if iller means something in swedish
23:55:22Zagoriller = polecat
23:55:40Zagorhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Polecat
23:55:59Zagor(use as just a nonsense word)
23:57:35Zagordoes anyone know a fdisk that will read mbr from a file instead of device?
23:58:30gevaertssfdisk?
23:58:32Zagorah, sfdisk does

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