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#rockbox log for 2009-02-18

00:00:57 Nick Beaver is now known as Beaver`alszik (i=balvito@dsl540010D7.pool.t-online.hu)
00:04:08 Join bluebrother [0] (i=4e359833@gateway/web/ajax/mibbit.com/x-2fe979998aa605be)
00:04:49bluebrotherLambdaCalculus37: any news on the rbutil patch? I've spotted you pinged domonoky (had issues with my wireless so was away longer than planned :( )
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00:07:47LambdaCalculus37bluebrother: The app runs and immediately quits. :(
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00:08:26LambdaCalculus37I think domonoky didn't build it as a universal build.
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00:09:00bluebrotherdang. We really need a OS X developer for rbutil :/
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00:09:45LambdaCalculus37bluebrother: JdGordon has a Mac. I have a crappy Mac. :)
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00:10:09*LambdaCalculus37 starts the "Buy LambdaCalculus37 a new MacBook Fund"
00:10:09rasherPreferably someone with both a PPC and intel mac
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00:11:01bluebrotheror two developers, either with one of them ;-)
00:11:08*LambdaCalculus37 has PPC
00:12:19amblingigabeat f20 using rockbox is a mass storage device or mtp?
00:12:32LambdaCalculus37Mass storage.
00:12:56bluebrothergtg now. See you ...
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00:13:13amblinok, now to figure out why it isn't being picked up by udev that way then
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00:17:27gartralwhats with the "C" in PP version under View HW Info under the debug menu >.>
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00:18:17gevaertsgartral: ask PortalPlayer...
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00:18:36gartrali was just wondering what the difference was, if any
00:19:13rashergartral: same answer, probably
00:19:55jhMikeSIsn't PP5022C = PP5024?
00:20:43gevaertsNo. c200 also has PP5022C
00:21:34jhMikeSI recally amiconn had it all spelled out. I think PP5024 is just PP5022C with an AS3514 codec tacked in.
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00:34:43Mouser_XWhat would cause a problem like this: This morning I turned on my Gigabeat S, and the bootloader came up (as it should), but at the time that it should have been loading Rockbox off the HDD, it instead turned off.
00:35:01Mouser_XI can access Bootloader USB mode just fine.
00:35:18Mouser_X(I'm running scandisk on it, for fear that perhaps the HDD is going wonky.)
00:36:16Mouser_XIt's running r20002.
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00:38:27 Nick JdGordon|zzz is now known as JdGordon (n=jonno@rockbox/developer/JdGordon)
00:38:44Mouser_XI don't think I need a new bootloader, as I'm pretty sure that I've used it with r20002 before without a problem.
00:39:24Mouser_XI plugged it in while it was booting (it was in the bootloader loading and whatnot). Might this somehow have caused this?
00:39:25gevaertsMouser_X: the battery?
00:39:40Unhelpfulbizarre, adding debugging to detect double-free in buffer_alloc tells me it's trying to free handle 22 repeatedly (this number seems not to change across runs)... adding debugging to catch the double-free attempt arround the buf_free call seems to do nothing at all?!
00:39:42Mouser_XBatteries fine. Plugged in or not, it turns off.
00:39:51Mouser_X*Battery's
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00:40:33BigBambiMouser_X: I'd badger toffe82 if he is around - he is the expert in this sort of thing
00:40:53*Mouser_X is aware.
00:41:02Mouser_X(I want to buy a remote off of him...)
00:41:05toffe82what :)
00:41:14Mouser_X(Mine got borked... :( )
00:41:40toffe82I have some
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00:42:58Mouser_Xtoffe82: Read up a few. My Gigabeat S isn't booting, though it does load the bootloader.
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00:45:03toffe82Mouser_X: you have the dual boot or single boot
00:45:24Mouser_XDual. (Thanks BigBambi)
00:45:32Mouser_X(IIRC anyway.)
00:45:51*BigBambi isn't sure what he has done, but no problem :)
00:45:55Mouser_X(I know I can dual boot, and I think it's BigBambi that gave me the means to do so.)
00:46:15BigBambiaha!
00:46:22Mouser_XPretty sure it was you that combined the OF and the Rockbox bootloader for me.
00:46:32BigBambiI vaguely remember that I think, maybe :)
00:46:36Mouser_XLike, probably a year ago.
00:47:32BigBambiyep
00:47:37toffe82Mouser_X: did you try boot on theOF ?
00:48:17Mouser_XNo. I didn't think of that until later today, after I had started the scandisk.
00:48:33Mouser_XNow I'm waiting for scandisk to finish... It's been running for 10 hours though...
00:48:55JdGordonPaulJam: hey, that was a nice WPS.. havnt found out why its not working yet, but I tihnk im getting closer
00:49:32Mouser_X(I started it before I went to my classes, and when I got back, it was still running.)
00:54:18Mouser_XIt seems that scandisk is stuck on Phase 2, and there doesn't seem to be any disk activity on the Gigabeat (at least, none that I can feel/hear).
00:54:58toffe82stop it
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00:57:52PaulJamJdGordon: good to hear. btw, the next few days i'll be without internet, so i won't be able to test any new patches.
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00:58:26JdGordonno worries... my desktop is beign put in a box tomorow so i dunnno how much ill be here also
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01:00:47jhMikeSa year-old S bootloader?
01:01:06Mouser_XNot quite.
01:01:16Mouser_XI probably got it sometime around May.
01:01:22Mouser_X(Give or take a month.)
01:01:54Mouser_XI can check the file date.
01:04:01jhMikeSI'm trying to think if there would be incompatibilities on one that old.
01:05:33LambdaCalculus37jhMikeS: I was originally thinking that charging would need a newer bootloader.
01:06:15Mouser_XCharging works great for me.
01:06:29Mouser_X(In case you wondered)
01:06:39jhMikeSCharging should not, it's in the firmware only for now.
01:07:03Mouser_XAlso, Dual-booting is working, so HDD problems are perhaps less likely.
01:07:20Mouser_X(I had to reboot my PC. I wasn't able to check the file date yet.)
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01:08:04Mouser_XI'm not a fan of the OF... The only time I use it is when I need the video-out capability (or when I needed to charge it, before charging was enabled).
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01:08:48jhMikeSI had a scary charging mishap. All safetys kicked in and it errored. I've considered slowing down the SPI interface since what happened either indicates a HW bug or a wrong value got written to CHARGER and it couldn't correct it.
01:11:22jhMikeSI made sure the SPI resets on error in case FIFOs got out of sync in CSPI. That code has to be very robust given its task. I don't think retailos runs it as fast as we are. The settings had it at 400000bps, but we're topping it out at 16.5Mbps.
01:12:11Mouser_XMay 11 2008 is the nk.bin file date.
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01:14:41Mouser_XI'm wondering if it's a problem with some oddball setting somewhere (though, the only thing I can recall changing recently was the size of the directory buffer)
01:14:50jhMikeSMouser_X: It doesn't show any error messages in the BL? There was a point where a "File Not Found" wouldn't be displayed properly.
01:15:58Mouser_XNo, nothing. The bootloader loads (shows the text including the voltage of the battery), the Rockbox Logo displays (with the revision number at the bottom), the screen dims (I have it on "1"), then the screen turns off, the HDD turns off, and the player turns off.
01:16:00jhMikeSnope, that was May 4 that was fixes
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01:17:33jhMikeSit almost sounds like a watchdog powerdown but that shouldn't happen for 10s.
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01:18:04jhMikeSthat's if the power thread got locked
01:18:09Mouser_XI can time it, but I don't think it's 10s. What what's a watchdog powerdown?
01:18:14Mouser_XAh.
01:18:35Mouser_XWell, the first time it happened, I plugged it in while it was booting.
01:18:42jhMikeSit the timer fails to get serviced, it considers it an emergency since it lost control of the charging hardware and just shuts off
01:18:49rafiel2282hello, does anyone know how to disable the wheel during playback on the sansa e200?
01:19:00Mouser_XI didn't really pay attention at the time though, because I figured the screen was dimming (which is what I'm used to seeing).
01:19:18jhMikeSwhat's the battery voltage?
01:19:29Mouser_XHuh... 4.0x
01:19:36Mouser_X(Perhaps a 2 for the x)
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01:20:02Mouser_X(I've seen it at 4.1 before, but not often.)
01:20:32jhMikeSA fully charged battery should be > 4.160V, usually 4.17xV
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01:21:27Mouser_XAh. Well, usually when it's done charging I unplug it and turn it off. I don't watch for the battery voltage every time.
01:21:31jhMikeSplugging it while booting shouldn't hurt it. did you try turning off the battery switch for awhile?
01:22:44Mouser_XHow long is awhile? When I booted into the OF, I turned off the battery switch to go back into Rockbox. I doubt it was off long enough to reset the clock though. And I didn't try to fully boot into Rockbox after that point either.
01:22:51Mouser_X(I went to USB mode)
01:23:02jhMikeSmany seconds so that everything is reset
01:23:17Mouser_XK. I'll go do that.
01:24:48jhMikeSanother thing is reset settings if that doesn't do it. I had anther player with a corrupt poweroff timeout setting shut off spontaneously like that.
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01:25:35jhMikeSjust forget reset, rename the file so the setting loader doesn't even see it.
01:26:38Mouser_XI don't know what the setting file is... :/
01:27:00Mouser_XAlso, I turned off the battery switch for 10-15 seconds, and it's still not working.
01:28:10jhMikeSconfig.cfg, just try renaming that to anything else
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01:28:25jhMikeSand nvram.bin
01:28:28Mouser_XK
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01:33:14Mouser_XWell, that didn't help, but this time the battery switch has been off longer than 15 seconds.
01:33:38Mouser_X(I brought it up to this machine, as it'll be easier to deal with than having to go up and down the stairs.)
01:34:58jhMikeSyou tried other builds?
01:34:59Mouser_XAnd it does look like it's about 10 seconds. That is, the logo is displayed, the light dims, then everything disappears (leaving a black screen), but the backlight is still on.
01:35:19Mouser_XD'oh. I was going to, and then got caught up here. I forgot to try.
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01:43:24Mouser_XBah... Freenode kicked me off. I was using mibbit, so perhaps it was some other user, but they said I had been harrasing users...
01:44:03*jhMikeS didn't feel harrassed...promise
01:44:10Mouser_XSo, where can I get older versions of Rockbox? The daily I saw was r20029, and I suspect I need something prior to 20000.
01:44:25Mouser_X(I'm trying the newest Rockbox right now.)
01:44:46kadobanMouser_X: 3.1 is prior to 20000 :)
01:45:27Mouser_XBut it's not available for the Gigabeat S.
01:45:32kadobanoh right, sorry
01:45:36Mouser_XAt least, when I tried linking to it, I got a 404.
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01:46:12Mouser_XNo go with r20032.
01:46:22cool_walking_http://www.rockbox.org/dl.cgi?bin=gigabeats
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01:48:40Mouser_XThanks.
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01:51:08Mouser_Xr19961 did the same thing as r20002, except that the backlight didn't dim (I did rename the settings file), and the screen didn't go black until the whole thing shut off.
01:52:24Mouser_XI'll try r19788, as it's the oldest one I'm seeing on that page.
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01:54:02Mouser_XMight the database somehow be involved? I don't think I do, but like, if it's loaded to RAM?
01:54:59jhMikeScould try that, delete all the database files I guess
01:55:21jhMikeSthe latest revision boots and plays fine for me
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01:55:48gartralthe sudoku pluging quits to the plugins menu, not the plugins>games menu >.>
01:56:03Mouser_X:/ I'm not surprised by that... And r19788 doesn't work either.
01:57:02Mouser_XI'll try removing/renaming the Rockbox directory... As it stands right now, I don't have much to lose...
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02:09:41Mouser_XNew Rockbox works.
02:09:50Mouser_XI guess this means it was high time I cleaned out/started with a new one anyway...
02:09:54Mouser_X:(
02:10:32Mouser_XOn that note: Since I did export my database settings recently, is there a way I could import those settings into a new database?
02:10:34Mouser_X(I still have the old Rockbox folder)
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02:11:18Mouser_X(Where are the DB runtime settings exported to, and could I simply copy them to the new Rockbox directory?)
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02:13:25jhMikeSis it database_changelog.txt? I'm not positive about that part.
02:16:01jhMikeSwell, it makes that file when I do "Export Modifications" so that must be it
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03:58:17wackyis the "iPod classic" 120GB supported by Rockbox ?
03:58:24wackyI'm just not sure which "generation" it is..
03:58:50Unhelpful6.
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04:22:23wackyso it's not supported, huh ?
04:23:18krazykitthat's what it says right on the front page.
04:23:20saratogacheck front page
04:24:23wackyyeah, ok..
04:24:31wackyand I've read about encrypted firmware, etc.. so it's a no go..
04:24:32wackythanks
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04:26:39Unhelpfulanybody happen to know, offhand, an example for a plugin that stops playback, steals some buffer, and resumes? :/
04:27:56Unhelpfulor is that something else i'd need to think about adding support for
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04:34:23Mouser_XjhMikeS: Thanks. I'll start "rebuilding" my Rockbox directory from the old one. Maybe I'll find what, specificaly, caused the problem. It might be useful (Though, with as much free time as I (don't) have, I'll probably just get it to "good enough" rather than moving everything over.)
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05:19:40jhMikeSThe H10 firmware uses precisely the same USB sequence as what was committed today in usb-drv-arc.c
05:20:14jhMikeSIt looks like it should be just PP502x
05:26:34jhMikeSI copies a couple gigs at 7.8MB/s on H10. Have to verify it though.
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05:46:21saratogawell I get no resets at USB1 speed after copying a GB of data through a hub and a couple USB extension cables
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05:46:36saratogawell I get no resets at USB1 speed after copying a GB of data through a hub and a couple USB extension cables
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05:58:39Unhelpfulhrm... going through a bunch of chunks of memory in one direction, and memmoving them the other direction (by amounts that do not cause them to overlap) should be quite safe, right? :/
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05:59:49jhMikeSyou mean packing them left as you scan right?
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06:00:27Unhelpfulprecisely, adding the length of chunks marked as free to a shift value, and shifting each block left by that amount.
06:00:54Unhelpful(obviously not moving the free chunks anywhere, and letting them, and their length marker, get overwritten)
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06:04:33jhMikeShmmm, not following exactly. I thought you perhaps wanted to compact used memory and make all the free stuff contiguous.
06:06:23Unhelpfulyes, that's what i'm doing. each block is prefixed with its length (including the length indicator, negative if block is free). so i start on the left, if the block is free, i accumulate the length to the "move by" amount, and move on. if allocated, i move it left by the stored total, and end up with all the free space to the right. i think i found the real, problem, though, which was probably that the first_free_block pointer was not u
06:06:23Unhelpfulpdated after compaction.
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06:14:49Unhelpfulhrm, covers still get messed up after first compaction... i wonder if PF is simply using stale addresses for them, since it doesn't seem like the allocator ever crashing, as is nearly inevitable if the buffer or handle table is corrupt
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06:18:11jhMikeSit occurs to me this doesn't need pointers though
06:18:23Unhelpfulhrm?
06:18:43jhMikeSit's an array afterall and so can be indexed
06:21:11jhMikeSbut then again everything really is that is in memory :D. it's just that things can be done relative to the buffer start which perhaps can mean 8 bits could be used for something and 24 for addressing and still allow 64MB buffers.
06:21:18Unhelpfultrue, i could as easily store a pointer to the start, and the *index* of the first free block.
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06:22:09Unhelpfulit still struck me as awfully weird when i realized that the thing could forget where the buffer started, and still work
06:24:21Unhelpfulah, *very* clear evidence of either stale handle table entries, or a stale pointer held in PF - a cover which was apparently shifted by a multiple of its height, so that it's correct from the right edge to a certain point, and then duplicated :/
06:26:56jhMikeSwell, with offsets it couldn't but any buffer could be moved and be valid with memcpy alone
06:28:30jhMikeSand of course updating the start pointer. I don't if what I'm saying is useful at all or just my usual crazy talk.
06:29:15Unhelpfulwell, it would still have a handle table entry that's "wrong" after moving it.
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06:30:47Unhelpfuli wonder if gcc is doing something it thinks is smart with the inlined buf_get_data_ctx, because i'm not marking the pointer volatile... i don't see how it *could*, though.
06:31:04jhMikeShmmm, all my H10 transfers look good and I even verified through the USB stack too :)
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06:33:08jhMikeSunless reading it back un-corrupts anything ;)
06:37:07jhMikeSUnhelpful: if that's in doubt, check disassemblies
06:37:29jhMikeSor the assembler output (which is easier with −−save-temps)
06:39:39Unhelpfulahahahah... i think i have it, *maybe*. :)
06:41:19Unhelpfulok, the *contents* of the buffer are the problem. what pf stores in there is a struct bitmap, followed immediately by the bitmap data
06:42:42Unhelpfulbut, a member of the struct bitmap is used to get the address of the image data
06:44:15Unhelpfulthat member is set on initial load, but never touched again
06:46:08Unhelpfulyup, updating bmp->data in get_slide to be bmp + sizeof(struct bitmap) fixes it. it's a wonder that never got screwed up before, but, then, pictureflow didn't work if the buffer was used much
06:51:59jhMikeSMOB has the same problem with structs containing pointers. really, all this stuff should be update to use offsets.
06:52:47jhMikeShowever, it's a general problem with moveable blocks so anything with pointers in it naturally gets stuffed
06:54:47Unhelpfulhrm, but bitmap use in a lot of other places is just fine with pointers, since it's not moved after load. how often do we have bitmap data, though, that doesn't come right after the struct bitmap?
06:57:56jhMikeSThere was an idea tossed around to put headers on bitmaps created by the converter which would save alot of function params in bitmap calls. Not forcing data after the header allows creation of data on the fly.
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07:05:59Unhelpfulheh, the newest buffer_alloc and pictureflow are *much* closer to working status together. it doesn't even crash any more :D
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08:20:55amiconnWow, interesting
08:21:04*amiconn is going to test on his "special hub
08:21:29amiconngevaerts: Now that we know this init, it should be easier to find the correct one for PP5020
08:22:02amiconnIirc Mini G1 and Mini G2 use the same OF, meaning that this OF contains both PP5020 and PP5022 code
08:22:27amiconnThis made it easier to e.g. figure out the clock setup differences
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08:25:02amiconnUnhelpful: Bitmaps won't always have the data directly after the header. There will be at least two cases: (1) transparent bitmaps on low-depth LCDs. These need a mask bitmap. (2) Font rendering. This will generate the header on the fly
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08:39:22Unhelpfulamiconn: good to know. i think almost everything PF needs is in place, the last thing that needs changing at this stage is PF's fixed-size cache. it seems clear that if allocation of bitmaps is dynamic, and they can vary in size, that the appropriate cache size is "what fits"... so, probably a fixed-size array of structs is the wrong way to manage the cache.
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08:44:19Unhelpfulalso, i expect that "search a list for item with oldest timestamp" can't be the best way to implement LRU cache
08:45:24amiconnLRU can be implemented using a linked list
08:48:44Unhelpfulright, because an LL can easily be reordered to move items to the front on access
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08:59:53amiconngevaerts: Good news. Rockbox USB now works through my problematic hub, both on c200 and Mini G2. c200 write: 3MB/s, read: 4.1MB/s. Mini G2 write: 2.8MB/s, read: 2.9MB/s
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09:01:09amiconnOnly a single pair of 'disk' errors reported in the event log during c200 read, no errors otherwise. (These errors happen occasionally with other USB devies as well, nothing to worry about)
09:01:51amiconnNo data error either (used a 560MB WAV test file, compared after copying to device and back)
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09:05:24*amiconn thinks we should now enable USB by default for all PP5022 and PP5024 targets
09:06:18B4gderand it is a grand day in rockbox history!
09:06:35*B4gder seconds that suggestion
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09:08:05LloreanAnd we shed the dependency on the OF for a half dozen player or so.
09:08:27B4gderexactly!
09:08:46B4gderand there will be happiness
09:10:49scorcheAnd the people did rejoice and did feast upon the
09:10:49scorchelambs and toads and tree-sloths and fruit-bats and orangutans and
09:10:49scorchebreakfast cereals
09:11:12LinusNUniversal Cereal Bus!
09:11:35B4gderUnlimited Cereal Bowls
09:11:43LloreanOn a related note, USB detection (just in the basic present/not of a cable) would be nice in the "rockbox.target not found" screen so that people faced with that can just plug in their players and have it reboot to OF, rather than trying to decode what "Hold menu+select then select+play" actually means
09:13:13LloreanThat's more or less the only case where people currently think their iPod (or sometimes Sansa, but mostly iPod) is bricked on a regular basis. They get that screen, try to reboot, don't time the holds right, get the screen again, repeat it a few times, and think their player is doomed because plugging in USB doesn't do anything either.
09:14:07LloreanWith the e200/c200 at least, you can turn them off, plug in USB, get the OF, and continue the install.
09:18:02amiconnUnfortunately we still have to reboot for firewire. I didn't check whether this still works when rockbox usb is enabled
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09:30:36Unhelpfulamiconn: would you believe it not only uses linear search to find the LRU slide in the cache, but also to find a desired slide by ID? :/
09:33:41Unhelpfulalthough, with the number of slides that can be cached in just the plugin buffer, linear search is probably just fine. it's not very many slides. :/
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10:59:12gevaertsamiconn: the interesting thing is that we've looked at this specific init sequence before, but we probably didn't put it at the correct place
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11:27:52GodEater_what targets does that leave us with problems for USB wise ?
11:29:05midgey|webpp5020 - so 4G/Color, H10, Mini 1G, mr100
11:29:25midgey|webmight have missed one in there
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11:30:58midgey|webi thought the stack was only aimed at pp502x
11:31:05B4gderoh
11:31:06B4gderhehe
11:31:10midgey|webwell, for portalplayer that is
11:31:22B4gderwell no stack is an even bigger problem then ;-)
11:31:34midgey|webfair enough
11:31:46GodEater_Didn't I see jhMikes commenting he had working USB on an H10 ?
11:33:20GodEater_also wth is a tpj1022 ?
11:33:24midgey|webgevaerts said he still had issues on the tracker (fs #9923)
11:33:32GodEater_yes I read that too
11:33:38GodEater_I was sorting of hoping for clarity ;)
11:34:17midgey|webnever a specialty with portalplayer
11:36:40GodEater_indeed not
11:36:45GodEater_nor with gevaerts ;)
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12:12:57gevaertsPP5020 is "better" than 5022 I think, in the sense that it usually works a lot better than 5022 used to do when directly connected but it doesn't pass my two-hub test, neither with the "old" code nor with this new init sequence (which is why I didn't put PP502x in the #if)
12:13:48gevaertsI'll retry tonight, to make sure that I didn't do something wrong
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13:27:30JdGordonif we want to have it enabled for 3.2 we should do it soon so we have plenty of time to hear more bugs and decide to pull it or not
13:28:24Bagderindeed
13:29:34JdGordonthat will make 2 really nice additions in 3.2 :)
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13:30:15rasherWhat's the other?
13:30:23JdGordonipod accessories
13:30:34JdGordonor sana charging.. depending on which you prefer :)
13:31:26moos1 month left for the commit? or 3 months realease plan have changed?
13:31:38moos*for the release
13:31:46JdGordoni dont think there has been any suggesitons otherwise
13:32:09Bagdermoos: "plenty of time" before the release probably means less than one month left for the commit
13:32:55moosoki
13:38:01gevaertsI expect the USB commit somewhere next week or so. I'd like to do some tracing first to make sure
13:45:22kubiixhi, how fast the USB transfer on Ipod Color should be ?
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14:56:08n1sspeaking about 3.2 it would be very nice to include the gigabeast in the release too, still "someone" has to sort out the installation for that...
14:57:41gevaertsWhat's the status of this issue some people had related to this OF upgrade?
14:59:05n1si don't know, it seems to hit at random :/
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15:00:22rasherCan't we just have a list of supported OF versions?
15:00:51LambdaCalculus37We can. I don't see any reason why not.
15:01:10gevaertsNot if we want to point to this specific version as the one to use for dual boot
15:01:29LambdaCalculus37The one toffe82 found?
15:01:36n1srasher: afaikm there are only 2 versions of the OF but i'm not sure the issues are directly related to the OF version since people had troubles before the new version was found
15:01:50n1ss/m//
15:02:21n1sgevaerts: or did you have any specific issue in mind?
15:02:27rasherSo say that this version is unsupported?
15:02:43LambdaCalculus37n1s: What we had before was the slightly hacked OF from the Gigabeat V updater originally.
15:03:24LambdaCalculus37Oh crap... I just realized I'm still using that one. :/
15:03:48n1sLambdaCalculus37: didn't it come from a dump of an s60 disk?
15:03:53Nico_Pwhat is the issue with the beast install?
15:04:01gevaertsn1s: I'm thinking about the issue (IIRC) MarcGuay and someone else (who was it again?) had, where it went into a seemingly unrecoverable recovery mode after trying this new officiial version from the toshiba website
15:04:19LambdaCalculus37n1s: I don't remember if it did or not.
15:04:41n1sgevaerts: "seemingly unrecoverable" -> I don't want to try it?
15:04:55gevaertsn1s: we need to catch them again and ask I guess
15:05:37linuxstbNico_P: No official downloads for one. Plus the licensing/(C) issues with the Windows sendfirm.
15:05:40n1sI think toffe82 said he got dualbooting working with the newer version
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15:05:47mooswhat's about the sendfirm licensing issue too?
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15:06:05mooshey linuxstb, you beated me
15:06:06J-LearnerHi!
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15:06:24n1slinuxstb: there is an official download for the firmware
15:06:28Nico_Plinuxstb: for the first part I guess we can offer a single-boot bootloader, can't we?
15:06:46*J-Learner is reading guidelines...ooops broke the rule already :D
15:07:38n1salso, do we really *need* to support windows? :P
15:07:39gevaertsJ-Learner: saying hello is generally accepted :)
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15:08:00J-LearnerNot sure if this is the right place but here goes:
15:08:04Nico_Pdoes sendfirm compile correctly these days? I get an error
15:08:08J-Learner:)
15:08:10linuxstbNico_P: Yes, but it needs someone to do it... We probably want to release a single-boot nk.bin, plus the "bootloader.bin" to be used with mknkboot. These are just "things to do" - the real issues are 1) The windows install; 2) Install still seems unreliable in some cases (I think...)
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15:08:54J-LearnerI checked out rockbox...looks cool..I['ve got a Iriver E100....I'm not a programmer...anything I can do to help? (Short of taking my beautiful little baby to pieces)
15:09:20linuxstbJ-Learner: Not really - new ports need programmers with lots of spare time...
15:09:23J-Learneryes or no will suffice
15:09:37J-Learnerah I only have the second....sorry abotu that
15:09:59J-LearnerWell keep up the good work and I await the port to my machine
15:10:04J-LearnerHave a good one and good luck
15:10:11n1sJ-Learner: if you have lots of time you can learn to program :)
15:10:47J-Learnerlearning german, mental math, Esperanto IPA and designing a game....maybe next year :D
15:11:03J-Learneroff topic so I'm out...bye everyone :D
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15:11:44linuxstbNico_P: Have you updated to the current SVN? IIRC, most distros now have a newer version of libmtp, but sendfirm has been adapted.
15:12:05Nico_Pyes, my SVN is up-to-date
15:12:27Nico_Pmaybe I have a local install of an old libmtp that's messing things up
15:13:51n1sit should build with both new and old libmtp
15:15:14Nico_PI get "too few arguments for function «LIBMTP_Send_File_From_File»" on line 99 of sendfirm.c
15:15:47linuxstbNico_P: I don't know if you're interested, but my idea for sendfirm was to turn it into a kind of "beastpatcher", where it would have the Rockbox bootloader embedded into it. So a user would just need to run it, follow the instructions and confirm they want to install.
15:16:21Nico_Psounds like a good idea
15:16:39n1slinuxstb: i like that too, it works well for ipods and sansas
15:16:41linuxstbBut my first step was going to be to unify the Windows and Unix versions, but the license issue stopped that.
15:17:04Nico_Pthe problem is that the license for the MTP DLL is uncertain, right?
15:17:24linuxstbI think there are two problems: 1) We can't use GPL because of the linking with a MS lib, but we can just switch to something like BSD to solve that.
15:17:45linuxstb(although that means it can never be incorporated into rbutil - apart from as an external .exe)
15:18:10linuxstbBut there is also another problem - it's based on example code from Creative, and that code has no (C) or license information.
15:19:00linuxstbWhere I think "based on" means "a verbatim copy, with a few minor changes". Although I would need to double-check that...
15:22:29Nico_Pcouldn't i be rewritten to avoid the second issue?
15:23:55linuxstbYes - but it's yet something else for Mr Someone to do.
15:24:02Nico_Phmm, release 0.3.0 of libmtp changed the signature of LIBMTP_Send_File_From_File(), and I only have 0.2.6.1
15:26:01linuxstbThere is also saratoga's idea of trying to "undelete" the original firmware nk.bin from the firmware partition - it would be quite nice to implement that before calling it "supported" (so that first-time installers keep the OF).
15:26:24Nico_Pwith beastdump.c?
15:27:05linuxstbNo, I don't think a PC-side app is the way to oo - it could be built into the bootloader, or maybe a plugin.
15:27:18n1sNico_P: sendfirm should still build with 0.2.6
15:27:50linuxstbs/oo/go/
15:28:54Nico_Pn1s: I see an #ifdef OLDMTP, but it doesn't seem to be defined
15:29:02linuxstbNico_P: Maybe a plugin called something like "dual boot", which would enable dual-boot by trying to undelete the OF nk.bin, and then combining it with the existing (Rockbox-only) nk.bin.
15:29:23Nico_Pthat does sound like a nice idea
15:30:30linuxstbI don't think there are many (two?) versions of the OF, so it could simply store the md5sums of known nk.bins to verify the undelete.
15:33:13n1slinuxstb: if the version of the OF that toshiba provides for download can be used for dual boot, why not use that instead of this undelete buisiness?
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15:36:18Nico_PUnhelpful: ping
15:36:36n1sNico_P: building sendfirm with libmtp o.2.6 works here
15:37:22Nico_Pn1s: OLDMTP doesn't seem to get #defined here
15:37:54n1sNico_P: what does LIBMTP_VERSION say in your libmtp.h file?
15:38:05Nico_P0.2.6.1
15:38:26Nico_Phow can I get make to print $(EXTRA_CFLAGS) ?
15:38:59n1si think it does, running make here prints "gcc -DOLDMTP -Wall -lmtp -o sendfirm sendfirm.c"
15:39:16Nico_PI only have gcc -Wall -lmtp -o sendfirm sendfirm.c
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15:40:36linuxstbn1s: To remove an extra step for the user.
15:40:51n1sand your checkout is up to date, i.e does the Makefiel contain the magic for defining -DOLMTP
15:40:51linuxstbn1s: And to not change the version of the OF the user is using...
15:40:58Nico_Pn1s: it is
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15:41:08n1sNico_P: weird.
15:41:23Nico_PI agree. the command also does work if I test it in a sheel
15:41:45n1slinuxstb: we don't seem to care about that too much for other target, though i guess it's a good point
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15:43:04Nico_Pn1s: what ditro are you using?
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15:44:43n1sNico_P: now on debian testing with libmtp 0.2.6 but i tried recently with ubuntu with libmtp 0.3.? and both worked
15:45:11Nico_PI think it might be because ubuntu is using dash as the shell
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15:45:18linuxstbn1s: It's what sansapatcher and ipodpatcher do - they patch the OF currently installed on the device. We can't do that for all targets though (e.g. we can't access the iriver flash)
15:46:12linuxstbn1s: But I agree it's not an essential feature.
15:47:26Nico_Pn1s: got it
15:48:25Nico_Pdash's echo doesn't support -e, so I replaced it by printf
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15:48:39linuxstbAh, an old problem...
15:48:51Nico_Pyes
15:48:51GodEater_easier solution is to rm /bin/sh and ln -s /bin/bash /bin/sh ;)
15:49:21Nico_Pshould I commit the change?
15:49:42linuxstbNico_P: I think so - IIRC we fixed that elsewhere in the same way.
15:50:05Nico_Pok
15:52:36n1sGodEater: i think i did that on my ubuntu install :)
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15:54:58GodEater_n1s: me too
15:58:02*gevaerts doesn't support ubuntu often, but he does in the dash vs bash case
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16:38:13*rasher thinks GodEater is severely wrong
16:38:34rasherThe right fix isn't to "use bash like most other people", but to fix the scripts that *assume* they're running on bash.
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16:48:12GodEater_rasher: that is indeed the *right* fix, but it's also the longest one to implement
16:48:42rasherWe're doing pretty well so far
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16:58:20orsonjactually the easy way to fix the dash vs bash problem is to use #!/bin/bash instead of #!/bin/sh
16:59:23orsonjbut dash is faster than bash, so if you want some performance improvement, you make changes to support dash
16:59:50rasherYou also don't want to limit yourself to systems with bash installed
16:59:54linuxstborsonj: We've taken this discussion to #rockbox-community...
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17:01:27linuxstbmcuelenaere: Hi. Did you ever get anywhere with the Windows sendfirm? I can't remember exactly how we left it...
17:01:43mcuelenaerelinuxstb: I thought you were going to handle that?
17:02:19orsonjsorry, missed that
17:07:11linuxstbmcuelenaere: Did I say that? ;) Did you try and contact Creative to find out the license of their code?
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17:07:29linuxstbI'm curious if that code is itself very similar to an example in the MS SDK?
17:07:38mcuelenaerelinuxstb: yes I did, I mailed the results to that thread on the mailing list
17:07:46mcuelenaerelinuxstb: not that I know of..
17:07:55mcuelenaereotherwise I would've based it probably on the SDK
17:08:10mcuelenaeres/based it probably/probably based it/
17:08:44linuxstbmcuelenaere: I can just find you saying that you emailed creative and that they hadn't responded yet. So I assume they never did?
17:09:07mcuelenaerenope, at least not positive
17:09:12mcuelenaerelet me check my mail logs..
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17:10:56mcuelenaereAccording to http://www.rockbox.org/mail/archive/rockbox-dev-archive-2009-01/0021.shtml , I've had no response from Creative
17:11:05kubiixhi, were there ary changes in power management and battery on ipod recently ?
17:11:06mcuelenaereand AFAICR I haven't since that post
17:11:32mcuelenaerethe only ones were automatic mailer daemon's who said the mail address was invalid
17:13:35mcuelenaereI sent a mail at Jan 10, but got no response
17:13:50linuxstbWhich address did you use? There is an address here which looks promising - http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=320624 (the name Phillip Williams appears on some MTP wiki pages on Creative's open source website).
17:14:34mcuelenaereI used devrelsupport AT creativelabs DOT com
17:14:48linuxstbOK, the same as that forum post then :(
17:14:59mcuelenaereyeah, I just saw that :(
17:15:12mcuelenaerebut the weird thing is, a long time ago they responded when I enquired them about the ZVM
17:15:20linuxstbThe address "devsupport@" is quoted here - http://connect.creativelabs.com/developer/default.aspx
17:15:36mcuelenaeredevsupport@ gives unknown email address
17:15:44mcuelenaereoh no, that's devsup
17:16:21mcuelenaereI'll try that one
17:17:14mcuelenaere(I also looked for the email address for Phillip Williams, but didn't found anything useful)
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17:56:35kugelsomeone with e200v2 here?
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18:01:34saratogakugel: where is the fuze scroll wheel at lately?
18:02:30mooskugel: I'll be around in about 15-20 min if you don't find someone already, I will test your last commit
18:04:21kugelsaratoga: well, nothing changed
18:04:48kugelbut it doesn't seem that we can do much better, except maybe poll it more often
18:04:58kugelthe OF isn't really better at the scroll wheel imo
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18:07:54saratogayou think they poll too then?
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18:10:03kugelsaratoga: yes, but probably more often than every 10ms
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18:10:38kugelthe Fuze's OF is very different from the e200v1 OF (where I'd say they do IRQ) with the wheel
18:10:51saratogathats so odd that they would choose to poll
18:11:03kugelwell, it seems you cannot do irq
18:11:08saratogawhen they had plenty of interrupts available on other pins
18:11:12kugelwe haven't found a way with the hardware
18:11:26saratogaif you're shot on interrrupts, why not poll the buttons instead of the wheel
18:11:38saratogawaaaay less pain involved
18:11:38domonokyon e200v2/fuze you can not do irq for the wheel, because of the way they connected it to the cpu.
18:12:05kugelsaratoga: we poll any buttons. you could maybe IRQ the other buttons (which are read by GPIO), but not the wheel
18:12:21saratogayes I know
18:12:26domonokythe wheel and some buttons are connected to dbop pins, which are not shared with gpio, so no irq possible.
18:12:34saratogai mean its odd they put the wheel on dbop rather then buttons
18:12:48kugelindeed
18:12:53saratogai would have put a non-latency sensitive device on the non-GPIO pins
18:13:04domonokyjup, its odd, but we can not change it :-)
18:13:12saratogasince thats clearly what teh hardware intended
18:13:30saratogawell just makes me wonder if we're missing something rather then sandisk really being that incompetent
18:13:36kugelsaratoga: I'm playing with the keymap a bit. How'd you find to put the context menu on the home button(short press)?
18:14:01kugelI find the select button not so nice, since you often accidentely hit the wheel when pressing it
18:14:07domonokykugel: which context menu ? the one normally on long-select ?
18:14:14kugelyea
18:14:46*domonoky thinks this menu should stay on log-select, because its like a "right-click"
18:15:07kugelthe home button is more like a right-click in the fuze's case imo ;)
18:15:36kugelit could be on both, long select would be unused
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18:16:03linuxstbIs the fuze really that different to other targets with a button in the middle of a wheel - e.g. ipods?
18:16:11*linuxstb plays the consistency card
18:17:09jhMikeSgevaerts: Besides getting perfect copies verified through the stack itself, I didn't get any bus resets other than what you get from simply plugging the device. FYI I used my PC front ports since you say that makes a difference.
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18:22:06domonokykugel: are your sure your fix for the interrupt locking is correct ?
18:22:19kugellinuxstb: I agree
18:22:35kugeldomonoky: pretty
18:22:36domonokyyou will miss buttons if lcd_button_support does nothing
18:23:00domonokyand the wheel might get bad, as you get 00 instead of the old value...
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18:23:57domonokyit would be okey to just return the old button state, if a lcd_transfer is running, but returning all buttons on dbop as 0, doesnt sound correct..
18:24:52kugelright. the problem isn't on the fuze
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18:25:42domonokythen dont commit thing you can not test... its surely wrong on e200v2
18:25:57kugeldomonoky: on the fuze you only need the red pixel for the home button.
18:26:20domonokyit will also break button_repeat on the buttons on dbop...
18:26:25kugelthen fix it. disabling interrupts is wrong too
18:26:58domonokykugel: sure, disabling irq is bad. But it was just a first fix, until we have a better solution...
18:27:54kugelwhat I've done is better. just let dbop return the old button value if lcd_button_support was blocked
18:28:07domonokythats not what you have done.
18:29:03domonokyyou only changes the lcd-file, so it will return a not-correct dbop value if button_support is blocked..
18:29:30*domonoky will try to fix it for e200v2
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18:30:52kugeldomonoky: http://pastie.org/393012
18:31:37domonokythats much better...
18:32:02domonokybut i would prefer a "old_dbop" variable, instead of making ret static.
18:32:18kugeldomonoky: can we do that dbop value global, so it can be printed in the debug menu?
18:33:09domonokythat might also be good.. store it in a global var (for debug and old value), but still return it in the function..
18:36:04domonokywill you fix it, or should i try it ?
18:37:18domonokyanother thing about the fuze/e200v2 button drivers: the BUTTON_HOLD handling is still not really correct i think..
18:37:53gevaertsjhMikeS: I got a lot of errors on the bus with my mr100 (this was with two hubs, so basically very bad conditions as far as the issues we've been seeing are concerned). I'll test that one again, as well as my h10/5
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18:39:01kugeldomonoky: I'll fix
18:39:30kugeldomonoky: I think it's correct for the fuze
18:40:03*domonoky was wrong about hold.. i got confused by old m200v4 code :-)
18:41:25kugelit may be wrong for the e200v2 thought (according to the forum posts)
18:43:21domonokybut thats really a minor issue... next thing to poke on: Storage bugs :-)
18:46:55amiconnCan't this dbop fire an interrupt?
18:47:10kugeldomonoky: can you try the patch I attached in the forums?
18:47:28domonokykugel: shoudnt you do the same fix for fuze too ?
18:47:32kugelamiconn: it can, but nothing related to the wheel
18:47:42kugeldomonoky: I'm doing right now
18:48:16domonokyamiconn,kugel: dbop supports interrupts only for the write fifo, not for reads, or pin changes..
18:49:15kugeldomonoky: fuze's return value is slightly different
18:49:27kugelit returns the buttons, not the dbop
18:50:23domonokykugel: yes, but it should still use the old dbop value, instead of reading it again, when lcd_button_support() failed.
18:51:19amiconnHow is the wheel connected to the dbop?
18:52:39domonokyamiconn: its connected to dbop pin 13 and 14, which are not shared with gpio. And we need to set those pins to 1 before reading it. (thats why we need to write this strange red pixel :-) )
18:55:33amiconn(1) what do you mean with pin 13 and 14? dbop_d data bit numbers? (2) connected in what way, i.e. what kind of signals does the wheel generate?
18:56:22amiconnI doubt that sandisk designed it in a way that requires utter hacks like this...
18:56:57domonoky1) yes, dbop has 16 bits/pins, so its bit/pin 13&14 on dbop_d.
18:57:34domonoky2) the wheel generates a pattern like the one on e200v1, ie 00->01->10->11 if you scroll forwards..
18:58:03domonokykugel: you patch seems to work fine.
18:58:08amiconnAh, so raw wheel signals like ipod G1...G3 and mini G1
18:58:44amiconnBut why do you need to set the pins to output? That can't be right if you want to read....
18:58:58amiconnMaybe there's some power pin that needs to be enabled, but isn't?
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19:00:01domonokyamiconn: because when we dont do it, the values are always 0 ? if you could find this mysterious power pin, we would be happy to remove the hack :-)
19:00:22*amiconn has no ams sansa, and surely won't buy one with a wheel
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19:01:17*domonoky would happily send a ams-sansa with wheel to amiconn, if he would promise to find this power pin *hehe*
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19:01:36amiconnIt'll need some OF RE'ing
19:02:35moos...or even maybe those storage bugs ;P
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19:03:26kugeldomonoky: the one in the forum?
19:03:38domonokykugel: jup
19:03:53kugelthe power pin?
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19:08:43amiconnPolling a wheel is a silly idea.... you need to poll really often in order to not miss a status change
19:09:20domonokymabe we should count the status changes, to see how fast they can go..
19:09:47kugelamiconn: we know...
19:10:46domonokymaybe we should write a mail to Sandisk, and ask why they have done such a silly thing.. :-)
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19:12:15amiconnI think we'd need to poll every 1ms or so (although the sansa wheel has only half the resolution of an ipod wheel)
19:12:18Juice^i have a sansa e200, dont think it's a v2 (so no ams)
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19:16:40domonokyamiconn: additional problem: at moment we can not poll it, when we do a lcd-transfer, (corrupts the lcd-dbop transfers). And i think lcd-transfers could easily take more then 1ms...
19:17:14amiconnYeah, datasheet says you cannot read while writing
19:17:47amiconnBut as long as you don't write the whole lcd at once, you could still poll between lines
19:17:53kugelamiconn: we stop writing when reading, no matter if there was an update
19:18:22domonokyits not only, no read while writing. Because we need to set those pins to 1 before read, we cant do it while we update the lcd-data, or we change the lcd-internal pointer..
19:18:42kugelwhat domonoky said is because of the red pixel we need to write, that needs changing the "window addresses"
19:19:22domonokybut we could change the lcd-driver, to interleave reads, while doing updates.
19:19:35domonoky(which sounds ugly)
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19:20:22kugeldomonoky: I want to unify the e200v2 and fuze button driver, but your clickwheel() is too different. That's mostly copied from e200v1 right? do you need all that stuff or would the fuze's clickwheel() work equally well?
19:21:05domonokykugel: i dont really now the clickwheel function, i just copied it from the latest e200v2 button patch in the tracker.
19:21:27domonokyBut feel free to unify the drivers. We can improve the wheel handling later.
19:21:45kugelok, can you try the fuze's one then? that one cut out the unneeded stuff
19:22:00kugels/unneeded stuff/stuff we cannot really use with polling/
19:23:35kugelplease try that one and tell me if it works, then I'll do the unification. the fuze's home button fix needs to wait (just skipping the read isn't appropriate imo, since only home button value is invalid), I got to go now
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20:05:10pyro_maniacgevaerts: ping
20:05:52*gevaerts wakes up
20:08:37pyro_maniacI need your help again: http://pastebin.com/m38f55599 I restart my work on usb serial but I looks like I missed something
20:10:48gevaertspyro_maniac: I think replacing USB_DRIVER_CHARGING_ONLY with USB_DRIVER_SERIAL in firmware/usb.c will be the quickest way to get somewhere
20:12:33pyro_maniacgevaerts: ok I will test
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20:19:49pyro_maniacgevaerts: I got the same error
20:20:10gevaertsdid you enable USB_SERIAL properly in usb_core.h?
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20:21:00pyro_maniacnot yet
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20:25:58pyro_maniacits anoing but its still the same
20:27:47gevaertspyro_maniac: make sure the usb_core_enable_driver(USB_DRIVER_SERIAL,xxx) lines in usb.c all set it to true
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21:08:04kadobani put up a fix for FS #9922 if anyone is interested (statusbar delayed drawing in menus in plugins)
21:10:57LambdaCalculus37kadoban: No prob, I'll check it out when I get a chance.
21:11:12kadobanthanks :)
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21:14:51*LambdaCalculus37 summons someone with an iPod color/Photo
21:15:31pyro_maniacgevaerts: I ve recived "usb_core_exit() finished" over the serial
21:16:04pyro_maniacbut I've red out the logf longbuffer manually
21:16:16LambdaCalculus37There's a slight oddity on the iPod color/Photo... in System > Rockbox Info, the Battery status always appears as "Charging", even if it isn't hooked to an adapter.
21:16:55LambdaCalculus37Just updated it to r20042 from r20001.
21:17:37gevaertspyro_maniac: I think you're really better off initialising USB very early and then making the other drivers wait until you have a connection
21:18:48pyro_maniacgevaerts: that sounds like a good idea to mee but how can I do this?
21:19:04mcuelenaereLambdaCalculus37: perhaps http://svn.rockbox.org/viewvc.cgi?view=rev;revision=20008 ?
21:19:17gevaertspyro_maniac: I *think* I'd have a look at apps/main.c. That's where all initialisation is done
21:20:23LambdaCalculus37mcuelenaere: Possible, as the color/Photo can use FireWire as well.
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21:22:53XenovalentI'm looking for a piece of Rockbox-related software that I'm not sure exists.
21:23:31LambdaCalculus37We're certain Rockbox exists, and not just in the minds of developers. :)
21:23:59XenovalentSpecifically, I have a Sansa e280 running Rockbox which appears as a USB mass storage device when connected to a computer, and a program that I use to load podcasts onto it. For some reason, the "recently added" function of Rockbox doesn't work for me.
21:24:19XenovalentSo I'd like some way to create a playlist of new files that have been loaded onto the player since the program was last run. Anybody know of such a program?
21:24:32LambdaCalculus37You can just update the database within Rockbox.
21:24:51pyro_maniacgevarts: how early can I init usb?
21:25:25evilnickXenovalent: Can't you put the podcasts into a new folder, then after listening, move them to an archive folder? That way, you can keep track of the ones you've listened to.
21:25:45Xenovalentupdating the database will just read the tags from the podcast files...not create a playlist containing the new files
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21:27:46kadobandoesn't the database have a "recently added" section?
21:28:04Xenovalentyes, but it's not updating for me. :-(
21:28:43Xenovalentalso, I do occasionally add things besides podcasts (which are separated into their own directory) and I'd like to have a playlist of just podcasts
21:29:06gevaertspyro_maniac: I'm not exactly sure. You need working interrupts, so definitely after enable_fiq(), but I don't think it needs anything after that. You need to move usb_start_monitoring() up as well, as without that there's no connect detection. You may have to experiment a bit though
21:29:30evilnickXenovalent: Is the "recently added" section blank for you?
21:29:56Xenovalentlast I checked it was...I'm going to unplug it and check again.
21:30:38*kadoban just noticed FS #9256 (recently added always empty)
21:31:11Xenovalentyes, it's still blank
21:31:38evilnickXenovalent: Admittedly if this worked properly then it'd be ideal, but I don't see how you can't add the podcasts to a new folder and that way you'd know that they are new.
21:32:51XenovalentThat would involve changing a setting in the program I used to load podcasts onto the player every time I synced. So although it would work, it's less than ideal.
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21:38:06jaykayfirmware/target/arm/as3525/sansa-e200v2/lcd-e200v2.c, line 437 i think it should be red instead of read in the comment
21:38:33*jaykay detected the biggest bug ever
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21:39:42domonokyhehe, you dont know the color "read" ? it very new :-)
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21:42:08_Auron_lol
21:42:25_Auron_yeah, what's black, white, and read all over?
21:43:03davidekhi! i am very interested in the great rockbox project and want to tinker a bit. but i do not have any suitable mp3 player hardware for running it. so i'd like to get one on ebay or so. are there any recommendations for which hardware to get? which device is the want-have-player?
21:43:22BigBambiThe depends on what you want
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21:43:35BigBambicapacity, recording, radio, colour, ...
21:43:55BigBambihave a look at www.rockbox.org/wiki/BuyersGuide
21:44:25davidekah, nice! that will do it. thanks.
21:44:58gevaertsBigBambi: colour is easy. read!
21:45:09*amiconn lets jaykay guess what the colour 'write' looks like ;)
21:45:25BigBambigevaerts: I like the read and black display n the mrobe :)
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21:46:12jaykaya question concerning this: why is it necessary to write a "read" pixel out of the LCD?
21:47:12amiconnIiuc it is necessary to be able to red the wheel
21:47:55jaykayso for reding the wheel you need to write a read pixel??
21:48:03jaykaythat doesnt make much sense
21:48:13kadobanwhite a read pixel*
21:48:16jaykayand sounds like a very hacky workaround :)
21:51:14amiconnIt is a worky hackaround. I think there is a proper solution to this, but it requires a reverse engineeering session
21:52:32domonokycorrect.
21:53:58casainhohello :-)
21:54:43casainhoI am working on buttons drivers, and they are working but I can't get the main menu changing when I press UP or DOWN... does any one knows what can I be doing worng?
21:55:06casainhohere is my keymap file: http://pastebin.com/m2eea5543
21:57:18domonokyanother bug in the keymap. you used LEFT and RIGHT twice, which wont work.
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22:00:09casainhothanks - I will check
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22:29:47*jaykay slaps a random rockbox-dev with the typo
22:29:53jaykaydoes nobody...?
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22:31:28BigBambijaykay: It is a minor typo in a heavily under development port - I don't think anyone thinks it is that important
22:31:36jaykaydamned
22:32:23*jaykay remembers of some more useless commits :)
22:33:16*domonoky did the typo on purpose, to test if jaykay will notice it :-)
22:34:46pixelmaonce the hackaround goes...
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22:40:22low_lightgevaerts: when you tested the mrobe100 usb, was it doing high speed?
22:40:30gevaertslow_light: yes
22:41:35low_lightgevaerts: here's an interesting bit from my mrobe100 disassembly regarding high speed: http://rafb.net/p/VOQ8Hs34.html
22:42:11low_lightI don't see references to 0x70000060 like was committed
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22:43:53gartrali found a bug in twiki: clicking userListbyLocation from http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/TWikiUsers gives an error >.>
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22:45:30gartralhttp://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/UserListByLocation i ono why i didnt just post the frigging link in the first place, sorry
22:47:16kadoban"UserListByDateJoined" fails too...
22:47:33gevaertslow_light: if the 0x70000060 is PP5022 specific it wouldn't show up on the mr100 I think
22:47:44amiconngevaerts: It looks like this routine is only called for pp5022 in the minig2 rom, with no equivalent for pp5020
22:47:58gartraland UserListByPhotograph return little information >.>
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22:51:37jhMikeSamiconn: the routine is present in the H10 firmware
22:52:03amiconnInteresting.... is it actually called?
22:52:12jhMikeSit appears so
22:52:13amiconnMaybe it's part of some portalplayer sdk...
22:52:41jhMikeSthere's also some other stuff. guess I'd better fire up the dissasmbler again
22:53:22rasheramiconn: seems rather likely
22:53:58UnhelpfulNico_P: pong
22:54:36jhMikeSthough the delays aren't udelays but just looping with a counter of 2
22:55:34gartralimma add the not-working wiki page links to thee wiki issues page
22:55:52Nico_PUnhelpful: it was about the sendfirm makefile, which I finally fixed
22:56:45Unhelpfuloh, we have an even better fix?
22:58:56Unhelpfulah, i didn't know echo -e was breaking anything. we could just put the test stuff in a file...
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23:00:09rasherSeems using echo with commandline arguments is the prime suspect for shellscript breakage
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23:02:09gevaertsThose mr100 bits seem to be related to the cache
23:02:31*kadoban is reminded of FS #9867 (echo -e in tools/release/*.pl)
23:03:07*Bagder is reminded he uses bash ;-)
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23:03:27kadobanyeah, i do too...but my perl doesn't for some reason :(
23:03:35gartralhttp://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/WikiIssues <- updated >.>
23:03:40rasherThis is nothing to be ashamed of
23:04:47gevaertsWhy would caching setup be different for full speed and high speed?
23:04:47low_lightjhMikeS, amiconn: at code exists in the hdd1630 disassembly. It checks the pp version and only executes it for pp5022.
23:05:21amiconnlow_light: As it does in the minig2 rom (which I think is the same as a later minig1 rom
23:06:33low_lightgevaerts: I don't know if those are cache registers. 0x6000c000 is CACHE_CTL, beyond that I'm not sure.
23:06:50gevaertslow_light: it can be anything, true, but it's very nearby
23:07:04jhMikeSI'm seeing some other USB code that hits 0x70000028
23:07:08gevaertsAnd cache is not unlikely to be involved
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23:11:09casainhohello again :-)
23:11:50casainhoI am browsing files on ROckbox Player and it do not execut .txt files, .gif, .jpg, as my Sansa E200 do, why?
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23:12:10casainhodoes I need to build something for it be able to show me that fileS?
23:12:21rasherThe plugins..
23:12:55casainhohmmm, and how I do it?
23:13:12rasherEnable compilation of plugins and adapt them to your player.
23:13:14casainhois there something where I should eneble them, to built it?
23:13:19low_lightgevaerts: here's the usb init from the mrobe100 OF: http://rafb.net/p/pfK0ey97.html
23:13:43casainhorasher: thanks, thanks. I think I know where I should do it ;-)
23:13:56casainhoon configure
23:14:32bluebrotherplugins are not enabled in configure. It's done in the SOURCES files
23:14:48rasherbluebrother: doesn't configure have it as well?
23:14:53bluebrotherplus, you need working charmaps for them, otherwise it's kinda pointless
23:15:11bluebrotherrasher: it does?
23:15:46*bluebrother stands corrected
23:15:50rasherbluebrother: It does. Each target sets plugins="yes" or "no"
23:16:20*rasher wasn't entirely sure
23:16:22bluebrotherjust spotted that. Doesn't change the keymaps requirement for building them ;-)
23:17:10casainhobluebrother: what do I need to have plugins? −− my LCD is 128x128... there is another target with an LCD like this one...
23:17:34kadobancasainho: a lot of the plugins are going to need keymaps set up for them
23:17:35Bagdercasainho: enable them and run make and you will see
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23:19:25Bagdera hint: adapting plugins can be a handful
23:20:02rasherUnless you're planning on keeping the keymap the same for your next project, I don't think I'd do it for most of them
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23:22:31casainhooh, I think then I will leave the plugins for later... first I will finish the audio drivers...
23:23:17amiconnlow_light: maybe the outl(inl(0x70000028) | 0x2, 0x70000028) is something important. I can find a similar thing in the minig2 diskmode code (similar in that it first checks if the bit is set, and then sets it if it isn't)
23:25:50low_lightI guess anything new is worth trying to see if it works.
23:25:52jhMikeSthere's a outl(inl(0x70000028) & ~0x4000, 0x70000028) in what looks like an init routine for the module. It also does some other controller setup.
23:26:32low_lightgtg
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23:36:08jhMikeSlooks like USB host code though :\
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