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#rockbox log for 2009-03-05

00:00:31bluebrothertoo bad that is missing from the wiki :(
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00:21:30amiconnbluebrother: See firmware/target/coldfire/iriver/lcd-remote-iriver.c: remote_tick()
00:21:40amiconnIt's a certain resistance which is also influenced by the hold switch setting
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00:25:47bluebrotheramiconn: thanks, though I was more looking for the hardware attachment. The hint with the remote might be the key :)
00:25:59bluebrotheranyway, time to go for today.
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00:38:52BradPhillipsWiki edits done: http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/IpodAccessories
00:39:00BradPhillipsThanks for all your work guys.
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01:00:44syn4psei am getting an Incompatible Version error when trying to run my plugin. Is there somewhere i should look?
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01:03:10cool_walking_I think that means your .rock isn't in sync with the rest of your Rockbox build.
01:03:37cool_walking_Try make clean and recompile
01:05:06syn4pseok i'll give it a shot
01:07:19syn4psefunny, though, i patched a clean source tree. weird.
01:10:07cool_walking_it worked?
01:12:03syn4psenot sure yet, it's an old machine i'm compiling on, a P3
01:12:24syn4psei'll let you know in about 20 minutes when i get back
01:12:25amiconnUnhelpful: Btw, *if* PF needs to be an overlay on hwcodec, it probably means that it needs to be turned into a SUBDIR plugin as well
01:13:06Unhelpfulthat should be simple, it's only the one source :)
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01:13:50amiconnThis is for two reasons. (1) An overlay plugin needs its own .make file. (2) The loader plugin takes the filename of the original plugin (source and binary)
01:14:29amiconnBut we'll see.
01:15:11Unhelpfulright, i saw how overlays work when i did plugin API init. if the plugin itself fits in the buffer, we might just ifdef around using the audio buffer instead of the plugin buffer for all of the dynamic memory
01:16:10Unhelpfulah, get_metadata was the one i remembered existing but not being exported on hwcodec
01:16:33amiconnYeah, no plugin on hwcodec used it so far
01:17:04preglowman, just tried native usb
01:17:07preglowsweet as hell
01:17:07amiconnJust un-ifdef it (and don't forget to bump both api versions, as this un-ifdefing is backwards incompatible)
01:17:40Unhelpfulalready done on my local branch - plugin code+statics is <32KiB, it appears.
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01:18:04amiconnniice
01:18:10Unhelpfulprobably a *huge* savings in the native splash bitmap for mono instead of color
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01:20:05rasherpreglow: Yeah, it's really really really nice.
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01:20:51Unhelpfulit makes me not mind using my e200 as a test target :)
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01:23:23Unhelpfuli think that using audio buffer if PLUGIN_BUFFER_SIZE is <=64KiB, otherwise plugin buffer, is probably reasonable... are there any targets using fairly large screens, especially color ones, with the really tiny plugin buffer?
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01:34:52Unhelpfulworking in ondio sp sim... and builds for target, though of course i can't test.
01:37:27LloreanUnhelpful: No, there are only the Archos targets with smaller plugin buffers among currently supported targets AFAIK. In the future the Clip is going to be limited, but it may not even need a compressed audio buffer by the time it makes it to supported, so it's pretty hard to guess what the situation there will be like
01:38:40Unhelpfulno compressed audio buffer? how would that work, direct reads from flash into a decode buffer?
01:39:12LloreanYup
01:39:51Unhelpfulhrm, would there be a benefit to applying that to non-tinymem flash targets?
01:40:02syn4psei tried making clean but i still get "incompatible version" when i try to run my plugin
01:40:19LloreanUnhelpful: it seems to hurt the battery life in its current form. If it proves not to, then yes there would be.
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01:41:13LloreanJust making the plugin buffer larger is beneficial to many plugins (at the cost of being harmful to music). On these targets you could basically take the "all spare memory is plugin buffer" approach
01:41:27LloreanThis would let things like the jpegviewer display larger images without needing to stop music, etc.
01:41:36amiconnLlorean: I'd expect continuous flash reading to hurt battery life. The flash chips do auto-suspend when not being accessed for a few milliseconds. With continuous reading that's not going to happen
01:41:54amiconnIow, I think that proper buffering will always be beneficial
01:43:03Unhelpfulamiconn: if you're up for testing it, i have a patch for hwcodec pictureflow
01:43:29jj19000hi im a total newb here but i would like to know if there is a proposed release date for the port to the sansa clip
01:43:35amiconnA smallish audio buffer might be sufficient though, perhaps a few dozen seconds of compressed audio
01:43:41Lloreanjj19000: No. It's impossible to predict when it will be ready.
01:44:00jj19000oh.ok.
01:44:05jj19000thx
01:44:19Lloreanamiconn: Well, I can't imagine it helps _too_ many plugins anyway
01:44:47*Llorean does build with a 50% larger plugin buffer for his Gigabeats anyway.
01:45:00jj19000are they working on it?hope im not buggin u
01:45:05jj19000you*
01:45:33Lloreanjj19000: Again, impossible to say. it's entirely volunteer effort in spare time. Nobody's reported any progress recently though, or you'd see it in the forum thread
01:47:08jj19000ok,i have a sansa clip and if there is a way that i can help that would not brick it, i will
01:47:26syn4psewhere might i find the possible causes of a "incompatible version" error for a plugin (all others work fine, this is for my plugin)
01:48:25Unhelpfulsyn4pse: i'd rebuild the plugin, probably. the plugin loader checks if the core's plugin API version matches the one with which the plugin was build, since changing the plugin API can break plugins
01:49:13syn4psehmm i wonder what i've done wrong, i'm building this from fresh source
01:50:07syn4psemaybe i made a dumb error, i'll go back and check
01:50:16Unhelpfuli don't know, but generally a make clean, a rebuild, and installing both the rockbox and the plugin binaries should make sure that they're built to the same API version
01:50:22LloreanMaybe your plugin isn't compiling, so you didn't overwrite the old one when you copied over?
01:51:24syn4pseperhaps that is the problem.
01:51:33syn4psethink i should wipe .rockbox on the ipod?
01:51:43syn4pseand i'll look to see if it compiles
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01:55:02jj19000Llorean:is there a way i can help any one?
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01:55:38Lloreanjj19000: Not really unless you can actually do the programming work to implement things
01:56:08jj19000timeframe on that?
01:56:53LloreanOn what? When you'll be able to do the programming work?
01:57:47jj19000no,sorry for not clarifying,how much time would i need to put into it?
01:58:09LloreanThat depends a lot on you. What you know already, how you are at learning. It's not a small job, at all.
01:59:30jj19000ok,i am a very fast learner,and i dont know if this relates,but i have put in a bit of time on visual basic and vc#
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02:00:27LloreanWell, basically the process is 1) Learn to compile Rockbox, 2) Put compiled Rockbox on your clip and see what does and does not work, 3) Investigate what doesn't work, attempting to learn what is necessary to solve the problems as you go.
02:00:35LloreanYou're going to need to learn C and probably ARM assembly.]
02:01:01jj19000is c even hard to learn?
02:02:43LloreanThat's very subjective.
02:03:27jj19000what do you mean
02:03:29jj19000?
02:03:48LloreanI mean "Just because I think it's one way doesn't mean you will"
02:04:16jj19000ok
02:05:26jj19000and the ARM part?
02:05:48jj19000i know it has sumthing to do with proccessors
02:06:06jj19000right?
02:06:11zeARM _assembly_
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02:09:56jj19000hello?Llorean?
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02:11:16jj19000Llorean?
02:11:43Llorean1jj19000: Ze already answered what it is.
02:11:53Llorean1Google's also full of information on it.
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02:16:27jj19000sorry Llorean computer went nuts on me there for a second
02:16:40jj19000logged me off
02:17:52Lloreanjj19000: Google can tell you lots about ARM assembly
02:17:52soapIf I submit a patch for generic (cross-platform) "Battery Runtime Scale Factor" - what are the odds of it getting accepted.
02:18:17Lloreansoap: What kind of setting will it be.
02:18:25soapMy idea is this: Depending on settings used, your runtime can vary dramaticly from the stock discharge curve per target.
02:18:42jj19000ok then i will return in a few minuites
02:18:47LloreanAre you going to have them pick something like "80%" to say "I'm getting 80% of expected time" or are you going to have them pick "14h" so that it gives the remaining time as "battery % * 14 hours"
02:19:10soapMy idea for a solution is to have a field _only in the config file_ of 1-100 (%). Which will be a scale factor applied to the calculated remaining runtime.
02:20:21soapThis is one of those things I do not think needs a menu item, as for most people it will be a set-and-forget. The few who will want to toggle the settings can do it with .cfg files, and I'm trying to minimize the bloat inflicted upon people who don't give two shits about the setting in general.
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02:27:53Lloreansoap: I think if there's a scale factor it should be more intuitive. An option where the "expected" runtime is highlighted by default and the other values are .95, .9, .85, .8 etc of it.
02:28:01LloreanI don't like config-only options.
02:28:20LloreanAnother way to do it is to do some "real" math and try to approximate the runtime penalty of various CPU intensive features and have no option involved.
02:29:24soapyou mean have a covert scaler, and (for example) every eq band would lower said scaler x%?
02:29:36rasherIs someone running a copy of the current themesite that I could look at?
02:29:46soapcurrent being?
02:29:56rasherThe one in SVN, possibly. The old one works too, I guess
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02:34:27Lloreansoap: Basically, yes.
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02:40:01soapIs such a feature really going to get approval if the binsize is so much larger? I pictured this as a fringe use item, and that's why I was thinking along the line I was thinking - to minimize its impact.
02:40:39LloreanI can't imagine it raising the binsize much either way, but I dunno
02:40:59LloreanI mean yeah, the "clever" one would be more than your way, but I just don't like having config-only settings still
02:41:50soapI'll look into it. Damn and here I thought I had a task I could bite off. ;)
02:42:03LloreanHahaha
02:42:10LloreanWell, a menu setting should be pretty trivial.
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02:45:39soapmenu I can do. Your auto-compute-impact-on-runtime-of-settings one would be tough.
02:47:57soapFor example. When playing musepack, replaygain probably has no impact on battery life at all, as you likely still haven't triggered boost (except when buffering, etc) - but if you have an EQ band on, now you're out of your (PP speaking here) free 30Mhz, (call MPC 24, call RG 5, call EQ 10Mhz) and now RG's impact on boost ratio will be seen in its full glory and runtime will be impacted by RG.
02:51:19Unhelpfulsoap: well, it's just a matter of whether you're hitting the threshold or not there, isn't it? the decode cost is contstant until you hit a threshold, and each additional bit of processing has a linear contribution after you exceed that threshold
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02:51:47soapA threshold which moves depending on the specifics of the track being played.
02:52:35Unhelpfulyay, adding complexity :/
02:53:55Lloreansoap: you could simply have a counter for "expected MHZ needed" and add the costs for filters/etc to that, and a small formula to convert it into an approximated drain.
02:53:57soapWhich is why I think my original proposal (a simple user-set scale factor) is in the sweet spot of the "80/20" split. Accomplishes 80% of the ideal result with 20% of the code.
02:54:16LloreanProbably true.
02:54:28LloreanMy point was more "I think if it's not going to have a menu option, it needs to not require user input"
02:54:51soapright - you'd need to calc "expected MHZ" and "known mA" (backlight, accessory power, BCM, etc)
02:55:26LloreanYes, but most of those are constant.
02:55:29soapand then convert the expected MHz into mA and merge
02:55:29Unhelpfulyou could have an exponentially weighted running average of boost ratio, even. with a fairly long average, it might decently account for the user's typical usage of features/codecs.
02:55:34LloreanSo mhz * cost per mhz + constants.
02:57:00soapUnhelpful: so ignore "MHz costs" - go simply with weighted average of actual MHz consumed + known constants?
02:57:41Unhelpfulcan't some of the "constant" costs turn on an off? surely the backlight cost depends on how much time it spends on, which depends on how often the user interacts?
02:57:43soap("MHz costs" = known MHz hits per feature taking threshold into consideration)
02:58:15LloreanI don't think we can ever account for backlight cost.
02:58:20soapright - which leads us back to either setting a fixed scale factor or calculating a "dumb" dynamic scale factor based on historical usage.
02:59:08Unhelpfulwell, we have a few *truly* fixed costs, i'd think? and each of the variable costs can have its own EWMA, they're cheap to calculate and cheap to store.
02:59:22soapreally slick to write to a "mA log" every time the disk is hit, and exp. scale the last N entries and use that.
02:59:52soapcalc the log file entries off of the user-reported capacity of battery and read percentages.
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03:00:55soapIf you did it that way - the bin/mem size could be almost entirely shifted to the users, with minimal impact (menu entry) on the non-users.
03:01:15soapas opposed to cluttering everybody's bin with all the calcs per feature.
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03:20:18Unhelpfulsoap: if you store the features in a list or table, you can use the same code to update each regardless of how many are involved. what are the big "non-CPU dynamic costs"... backlight and disk spin?
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03:22:25LloreanUnhelpful: Volume, possibly. Not necessarily "big" but "non-CPU".
03:23:53Unhelpfulhow? some targets have a variable amp stage, while others have a fixed amp stage and a variable attenuator?
03:28:06LloreanI don't know how in any technical sense. I just remember it being reported that a battery bench at -20 vs 0 seemed to show measurable difference. This could've been the usual measurement error, I didn't catch how difference it was
03:32:46Unhelpfulhrm. if we can't measure the actual change in usage, we can't account for it, anyway, though
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03:36:48saratogai doubt replaygain has a measurable impact on battery life
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03:47:46soapUnhelpful: backlight, disk spin, LCD controller (at least the 5Gs can be turned off), accessory power (again 5G / nano), LCD remote, normal remote?
03:48:24soapsaratoga: you don't expect it to take at least 1Mhz?
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04:06:37Unhelpfulsoap: that's quite a short list. i'd say the hit, if we have a generic EWMA-update function and ways to fetch the state of each factor, would be pretty small for always tracking all of them... getting their state and contribution would be deeper into rockbox core than i've ventured yet, though.
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04:16:13saratogasoap: at worst it should be one mul per sample, which is still only 88200 muls a second, less then 1 MHz
04:16:21saratogaand anyway i think the mul probably has to happen anyway
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04:16:27soapyes, Unhelpful, there is then the fact of determing a mA value for the static hits, and a mA value for each MHz on each target.
04:16:31saratogabut i haven't looked so i could be wrong
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04:17:19soapok, saratoga, that does sound awfully low - so perhaps it was a poor choice of example by me - but it made my point well enough to get Unhelpful to bring up the key word threshold.
04:17:39soap*key word "threshold".
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04:17:59Unhelpfulsoap: true... for ones that have a simple on/off configuration, it's easy to have a struct on_off_current_cost, although it clearly needs a better name :)
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04:19:59soapthank you for this discussion, and helping me work through my thoughts on this. I'm a bit distracted now, though, thinking about just doing a decaying average of some sort, persistant across reboots on disk.
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05:56:32gibbon_soap, Unhelpful: wouldn't it me much easier to have two tracking averages? a bit like load average in the linux kernel? one accounts the actual battery drain (like its estimated for the battery level anyway) for the last ... well, lets say 5 minutes of rockbox usage, another does the same for about 60minues ...
05:57:28gibbon_that way, the impact of a singe feature can be visualized to the user in a very simple way, spikes are cut off...
05:57:36Unhelpfulwhat would that accomplish, vs using a weighted moving average of a reasonable length?
05:58:18Unhelpfuli thought the goal was to make time-remaining estimates accurate, not to let the user visualize per-feature runtime impacte
05:59:26gibbon_Unhelpful: maybe i get soap's idea terribly wrong... but the user could choose between two modes of battery level display... one that is based on a short term average, so its fairly accurate considering continous use of the device in the accounted fashion...
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06:00:10gibbon_the other more or less based on a long term average... maybe for people who don't fiddle with their settings that much
06:00:47Unhelpfulwhat i was talking about was smoothing out the impact of usage-based, not feature-based costs
06:01:13gibbon_ok, then i got - at least - you wrong ;)
06:01:19Unhelpfulfor example, the backlight for most users comes on for so many seconds after they interact with the device - how much they cause it to turn on is not a setting.
06:02:45gibbon_a mid term average would catch that, i guess... users who often use their backlight (by interacting) most likely will do so as a part of their common usage
06:03:45gibbon_iirc this is done in modern laptops in the same way
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06:06:46gibbon_what i don'T get in soaps idea is the scale factor... if you use power-intensive "features" of the device... may be the backlight, may be the remote, the battery actually drains. so if you factorize remaining battery life (where the features mentioned already have impact on - in a physical way), isn't everything accounted for twice?
06:08:03gibbon_maybe i would have to read some code to understand how the remaining battery level (not the time left) is calculated to understand...
06:08:15Unhelpfulno, the scale factor as i understood it would be a simplistic means for *approximating* the impact of those variables on true time left.
06:08:41gibbon_before it happens..?
06:09:47gibbon_to me this sounds like this value had to be automaticalls adjusted backwards as the impact really happens
06:12:12gibbon_well... nevermind... i will think about it - maybe it will get more clearer after the first coffee...
06:12:21gibbon_but thanks for pointing that out
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06:45:44Unhelpful(from other channel) would we be moving the beginning, or the end, of the plugin buffer?
06:47:13LloreanI assume the beginning since the end is always at the end of RAM right?
06:48:02Unhelpfulbut moving the beginning means either changing the plugin load address, which we have to fix at compile time, or else having two areas of "free" plugin buffer, one above the loaded plugin code, and one below it.
06:48:18LloreanWell yeah, but we can fix it at compile time.
06:48:22LloreanI don't see why that's a problem?
06:50:12LloreanPlugin buffer size is defined per-target in the config, right? So instead of just having them all defined the same size, we give the ones with significantly more RAM a slightly larger define.
06:50:12Unhelpfuli'm confused... are we talking about runtime adjustment of the plugin buffer size based on *free* audio buffer, or compile time adjustment base on (essentially) the amount of available memory? i took you to mean the former.
06:50:20Lloreancompile-time based on total memory
06:51:49LloreanThough a way to 'buffer' the files that couldn't fit in the plugin buffer would be neat too I suppose.
06:53:22Unhelpfulwell, something i'd like to see would be the addition of a try-to-free call to the buf* API in core. we can already use bufalloc to make handle allocations in plugins, adding a flag, or a function to call, that could dump some audio from the buffer if we can do so without impacting playback might be useful.
06:54:16LloreanWould something be able to be kept in the buffer indefinitely or would it need to be moved every rebuffer?
06:57:17Unhelpfulthat's another thorny issue - i believe bufalloc allocations are moved on rebuffer, so that's *not* a way to get a chunk of fixed memory. is *everything* on the audio buffer movable? could we, say, free some amount of it, compact it all down, and then move the end of the audio bufer, and hand that chunk off to a plugin or some other user until it says it's done with it?
06:59:06LloreanDunno.
06:59:21Unhelpfulit would provide a playback-friendly way to allocate a fixed range of memory, for things that need more than the plugin buffer, but don't want to interrupt playback. things that will be playing their own audio, or similar, can still just grab the whole audio buffer.
06:59:41LloreanYeah
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07:00:09Unhelpfuli tossed around the idea with Nico_P a week or so ago of stopping playback, moving the audio buffer end, and rebuffering. there's nothing that offers that right now, but it would be *possible* to implement.
07:00:28LloreanI don't think a temporary stop of playback while the plugin launches is particularly bad, either.
07:00:31LloreanRather than a permanent one.
07:03:00Unhelpfuland, as was argued with AA reloads on WPS change, it's in immediate response to a user action, so it's not very surprising.
07:03:21LloreanWell you could even prompt like I think jpegviewer does.
07:03:35Llorean"This action requires a brief halt in playback, press select to continue or any other key to cancel"
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07:09:17jj19000Llorean?
07:09:40jj19000Anyone?
07:10:34jj19000is anyone out there?
07:11:58jj19000hello? ........ HELLO????
07:12:36midgeyjj19000: there are plenty of people in the room....
07:13:10Unhelpfulgeez. there are people here, maybe you should just state what you want, and see if anybody can help with whatever it is?
07:13:25jj19000oh...sorry
07:14:14jj19000you see im trying to compile a bootloader for the sansa clip.my 1st Q is:has it ever been done?
07:15:27midgeyyes it has
07:16:03jj19000ok...is there an available one anywhere?
07:16:04Unhelpfulmaybe you should check the wiki or new ports thread for clip on the forum. yes, people are able to boot rockbox, and use it to some degree, on clip. i don't think it's really in a state that non-developers would want to use.
07:16:47midgeythere's none available, you'll have to build it yourself
07:16:55midgeywell at least nothing official
07:17:00midgeyi'm not sure about otherwise
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07:17:49jj19000ok ... can anyone here help me with compiling bootloaders in cygwin?
07:18:06jj19000im halfway there already
07:18:31midgeywhat OS are you on?
07:18:43jj19000windows xp
07:19:25midgeyand how are you attempting to build?
07:19:37jj19000hold on......
07:21:31cool_walking_http://build.rockbox.org/dist/build-clip/rockbox.zip exists. I think it's still being built, even though it's not listed on the site.
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07:33:14lymecaSo I read about some USB change, then I installed the latest build on my 5.5G 80GB iPod
07:33:54lymecaI see now that it no longer reboots into the Apple firmware's Disk Mode in order to transfer files. It shows the Rockbox USB cable picture and I can transfer data.
07:33:58lymecaThat's cool.
07:34:08lymecaBut it doesn't seem to be charging... that's not cool.
07:34:20lymecaI don't have a wall adapter and USB is the only way I charge my iPods.
07:35:09lymecaI am temporarily getting around this by manually booting into disk mode by holding down Select+Play at boot.
07:35:28lymecaPlease tell me I'm doing something wrong, or the Rockbox USB transfer mode will also charge the device soon?
07:37:29cool_walking_I've had my iPod 5G plugged in to this computer (in UMS mode) all day. I just checked, and it's on 95%. When I plugged it in this morning it was ~30%. So it must charge.
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07:38:56zelakhello, is it possible to remove the ipod software completely from the ipod? (2nd gen mini)
07:39:25gibbon_lymeca: is it the wall adapter the one provided by apple?
07:39:55lymecaUhh, sure. Whatever it is it's what allows me to plug the iPod directly into the wall.
07:40:03lymecaI DON'T have one so it's kind of irrelevant.
07:40:09gibbon_ah...
07:40:30gibbon_misread that... i am going to stay quiet for the rest of the day i think
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08:26:38Mouser_XI'm not registered to the Rockbox Mailing list, but I do read it occasionally. As such, I wanted to give my 2 cents on this: http://www.rockbox.org/mail/archive/rockbox-dev-archive-2009-03/0071.shtml
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08:27:02Mouser_XI do "Insert Next" in reverse order somewhat frequently.
08:27:08Mouser_XIt's annoying...
08:27:47Mouser_X(In truth, I've never used the "insert" option. I've *always* used either "insert next" or "insert last".)
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08:28:32Mouser_XLlorean and JdGordon: ^ Since you two are the ones doing the most discussion, you're probably the two that would be most interested in my input.
08:29:27Mouser_XThe insert option I *REALLY* want is an "Insert At" option, that would allow me to select where in the current playlist to insert the selected item.
08:30:18LloreanYou couldn't really "insert at" with one-button anyway.
08:30:22cool_walking_Mouser_X: I do the same thing quite commonly, but I use "queue next" instead of "insert next" out of habit.
08:30:51LloreanMouser_X: So you Insert Next in the opposite order you want to hear them, rather than Inserting in the order you wish to listen? Why's that?
08:31:17Mouser_XAlmost exclusively, I listen to music by the album (read: game) they're in. Sometimes the "insert last" isn't what I want, because I want to listen to the selected item after the current album (not current track) is done, but I already have other songs after the current album.
08:31:35LloreanYes, but that's a single Insert Next.
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08:32:07LloreanIf you followed that with an "Insert" (not Last), the next thing you inserted would come after the album/song you'd used "Insert Next" on, but before everything else in your playlist.
08:32:10LloreanIt's sequential.
08:32:21Mouser_XOnce I'm done with the current album, yes it is. But in most cases, by the time the current album is over, I can't edit the playlist (busy) or I've forgotten.
08:32:30Mouser_XAnd that wasn't in answer to your question.
08:32:36Mouser_XI was getting to that.
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08:32:53LloreanBut do you use multiple "Insert Next" in a row?
08:33:02Mouser_XOften, yes.
08:33:07LloreanLike, doing three, four, or several dozen in one session of browsing?
08:33:17LloreanWhy do you favour it over "Insert" exactly?
08:33:30Mouser_XProbably because I don't know how to use insert.
08:33:48LloreanJust "Insert Next" the first song you want to hear, then "Insert" the song you want to hear after that and so on.
08:33:56LloreanInstead of doing them in reverse order, you do them in the actual order you want to hear them.
08:33:57Mouser_XDue to it's varied nature (it changes depending on whatever insert action was used last, I think.)
08:34:16LloreanIt doesn't actually change what it does.
08:34:25LloreanWhat it does is "Insert after the last thing you inserted"
08:34:48LloreanThis can be different places depending on what you inserted last, but the behaviour doesn't change.
08:35:49LloreanIn _most_ cases you only need one "Insert Next" or "Insert Last" followed by one or many "Inserts" unless, as I said in the discussion, you want to add things in reverse order for some reason.
08:35:55Mouser_XWhen I do "Insert Next" this is how I use it: I want to listen to multiple albums, but in order (say, Megaman 1-6 for example). If I do "Insert Next" on MM1, and then "Insert Next" on MM2, (and so on), then they're backwords. (let me type me next line before replying please)
08:36:23Mouser_XIf I understand you correctly, I can do "Insert Next" on MM1, and then "Insert" on MM2, then MM3, then MM4 etc.?
08:36:32LloreanYes
08:36:35Mouser_XAh.
08:36:39Mouser_XThat's helpful.
08:36:56LloreanSo after you'd set the first album it'd be a single button press for each following one with this patch
08:37:06Mouser_XHmmm.
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08:38:36Mouser_XI'm now re-thinking my use of the insert functions.
08:38:51MTeelinuxstb : ping
08:39:00LloreanFor *most* cases, "Insert" is going to be what you use the most of among the various "Insert Blah" functions.
08:39:15Mouser_X(Mostly attempting to see if I can think up a viable reason for using "Insert Next" many times.)
08:39:41Mouser_X(^ For my use, I'll point out.)
08:39:44LloreanThe main reason for using it a second time is if you change your mind about what you want to hear "Next" and need to move the pointer back to right after the current song.
08:39:49Mouser_X*usage habits
08:40:12LloreanBasically, the only time you *have* to use it more than once is if you do something wrong.
08:40:18Mouser_XYes.
08:40:25Mouser_XThat's what I was thinking.
08:40:47LloreanMeanwhile, if "Insert Next" is the default, it narrows down the usefulness of the button a lot. Same with "Insert Last" and "Insert Shuffled"
08:41:00Mouser_XHow difficult would an "Insert At" option be to implement, anyway?
08:41:00LloreanI also honestly do not know where the "Insert" will go after an "Insert Shuffled"
08:41:14Mouser_XHeh. Good point.
08:41:46pixelmaLlorean: I really don't want to take part in the discussion behind it in the ML (the question which would be the best suited action on a spare button) but: I use "Insert shuffled" the most
08:41:57LloreanMouser_X: Well, an "Insert At" would need some new UI I imagine.
08:42:12Mouser_XNo, I wasn't necessarily disagreeing with you on the "insert" being the 1 button press (that'd be nice, especially now that I have a better understanding of its use), but more that there are actually people who use "Insert Next" consecutively.
08:42:49LloreanMouser_X: I think their use habit could adapt to using "Insert" instead, and still speed up their playlisting time.
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08:43:21Lloreanpixelma: I don't doubt some people do (me being one of them, I like my shuffle) but I do think the biggest overall advantage to users comes from plain "Insert" on the button, if anything's going to be put on it.
08:43:53LloreanAnd it may just be faster to turn off shuffle from the quickscreen, tap "insert" on several albums, then turn it on actually.
08:44:12pixelmaaha, but it really sounded a bit like you would speak for all
08:44:20Mouser_XHow I envision an "Insert At" would be to select the item you want, go to playlist options, and select "Insert At" instead of "Insert/Next/Last". Once selected it takes you to the current playlist, and allows you to select a location (similar to moving a song in the playlist). Then it inserts at that location.
08:44:51Mouser_XI don't know how Rockbox works in general, but I don't think that would require implementation of extra GUI elements.
08:44:59Lloreanpixelma: I'm speaking my opinion that I think the function that would benefit from instant availability the most would be "Insert" among all the Insert * choices.
08:45:40Mouser_XLlorean: I think I'd have to agree, now that I have a better idea of how to use it.
08:46:13amiconnThe advantage of 'Insert shuffled' over global shuffle is that it's much faster to use, and you cannot forget to disable shuffle again.
08:46:32Mouser_X(Also, when I said I don't know how Rockbox works, I meant "in the background." I've been using Rockbox since about 1 month (or less?) after the Gigabeat F had audio working.)
08:47:22*Mouser_X loves his video game formats.
08:47:28*amiconn practically only uses 'Insert shuffled' or plain file selection, none of the other 'Insert...' options
08:48:03Mouser_XI use "Insert Last" and "Insert Next" a lot. I've only used the "shuffle" option once.
08:48:05Mouser_XEver.
08:48:17pixelmaLlorean: for some targets it's not easier to turn shuffle on from the quickscreen... turning it on generally would also give a different result to how I use it (with "Insert shuffled" on a folder I can have the one shuffled playlist while listening albums in order usually, and "Insert shuffled" will put the track(s) behind the already playing track, I'm not sure what will happen when you turn it on globally
08:48:49*Mouser_X replaced the "shuffle" option in the quickscreen/menu with brightness settings.
08:48:52Lloreanpixelma: I don't think these targets have a spare "Record" button short press though. :)
08:49:07LloreanThe quick screen should probably get a button before we go using one on "Insert"
08:49:39LloreanThe problem right now is that building playlists to save on the device is a much more tedious process than it needs to be. A single-button insert solves most of that difficulty almost immediately (if anyone ever comes up with easier to use text input, that'd be the other half)
08:49:53pixelmawhich is why I don't really wanted to take part in the discussion but wanted to say something about this one statement
08:50:05pixelmas/wanted/want
08:50:30LloreanI don't think everyone uses Insert the most. I just think Insert has the best reason to be one-button among the choices there.
08:50:40Mouser_XIf you're looking for usage statistics, I'd like to point out that I almost never use the volume buttons on my Gigabeat (the ones on the side), because the face buttons already do that. The buttons on the side aren't as accessible, so I don't use them. Same goes for the "next" and "previous" buttons on the side as well.
08:52:14Mouser_XThus, if given the option, I'd replace those functions with something more useful (such as accessing the playlist, or inserting items, or something).
08:52:48Mouser_XI realize you're against configurable buttons, and that's not what I'm arguing for. If I was arguing for anything, it'd be a reconsideration of what those buttons do.
08:53:01LloreanMouser_X: In _general_ we try not to stray too far from what the labels on or around the buttons suggest they do. In this case, several players have an action on long press of the record button, but not short press. It's a case of deciding what to do for a button that has no "purpose" at all
08:53:20Mouser_X(Because right now, I find their redundancy to be useless. At least, they are for me.)
08:53:52Mouser_XYes, I was aware of that. I was just throwing more pennies at the discussion in general.
08:54:14LloreanMouser_X: But what about the people who argue the fact buttons are redundant, because at least the side buttons are labelled? ;)
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08:54:39Mouser_XI assume you mean face, not fact.
08:54:45pixelmahmm... I think that the c200 still has a shortcut to the recording screen on a short press of the rec button. I don't remember if this was from the browsers/lists or from the WPS or both. But it reminds me of the c200 keymap patch... :\
08:54:46LloreanYes, face, sorry.
08:55:28Lloreanpixelma: Maybe after 3.2 is released we could just apply the patch to SVN and see how well it goes over (and what problems, if any significant ones, people have with it)?
08:55:35LloreanThe c200 keymap, that is
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08:56:14Mouser_XFor those who argue that, I'd tell them to suck it up. The face buttons are more standard (among their function and the overall supported targets), and they're easier to get to.
08:56:26linuxstbMTee: ?
08:56:31Mouser_X(Not 100% serious, but I am mostly.)
08:56:45LloreanMouser_X: That's a matter of opinion though. For some of us the side is equally easy (or easier) to use regularly.
08:57:02pixelmawell, it still needs work - I'm still not really satisfied with it. In fact, I only use a small part of it myself and one aditional thing that's not published there in my builds (WPS context menu on long select)
08:57:12LloreanBasically, that's a case of "my preference against yours" in a situation where there's no real reason they'd need to be exclusive.
08:58:04pixelmaMouser_X: the side volume buttons also work in the browsers though
08:58:16Mouser_XAh, right. I forgot about that.
08:58:30Mouser_XSee? I told you I (essentially) never use them.
08:58:34Mouser_X:P
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09:01:04Mouser_XQuestion regarding plugins: I've never heard the actual argument against settings for plugins. The reason I ask, is because for some plugins, I can think of some good reasons to allow settings for them. In my mind though, if such a thing were implemented, I would sort of expect there to be a config file that has sane defaults. This file could then be edited/changed using a *.rock plugin.
09:01:16Mouser_X*settings for codecs
09:01:31pixelmaMouser_X: I _never_ use them as I don't even have a Gigabeat... :P
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09:01:47Mouser_XSpecifically, I'm thinking of NSF, SID, GBS (not commited for good reason), ADX, and others.
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09:02:32Mouser_XSID looping endlessly is not useful at all to me. In fact, I removed all the SID files from my Gigabeat because it was far too much hassle to listen to them, so I never did.
09:03:41Mouser_XNSF has NSFe, which is helpful. But there's a very limited selection of available NSFe files out there.
09:03:55Mouser_X(GBS and other formats don't even have that.)
09:05:13Mouser_XNote: If I can get the VMWare Rockbox/Linux image to be useful, I'll be making the attempt to get the GBS patch ( FS #7331 ) working again.
09:05:53*Mouser_X is learning C++.
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09:08:12MTeelinuxstb : is there something wrong (conceptually) with how I'm skipping ?
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09:12:15linuxstbMTee: I don't know the details of RealMedia streams. Maybe the packet length includes the size of the header you've already read? Also, have you tried looking at the source to the vlc or ffmpeg realmedia parsers?
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09:14:03MTeelinuxstb : I've tried lseek with packet_length - skipped, and got the same problem, but no I haven't checked this in ffmpeg, I'll look there.
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09:24:49MTeelinuxstb : when reading in a variable of size (uint8) do I just use char as the variable type, or should I write a function like read_uint8() and use uint8 as the type ?
09:25:39linuxstbchar != uint8 - char is either signed or unsigned (it's CPU/compiler dependent), uint8 is unsigned.
09:26:01kadobanalso, technically char doesn't have to be 8 bits
09:26:17kadobanbut is pretty much always :)
09:27:21linuxstbSo yes, best to use uint8 (and include stdint.h or inttypes.h, I never know which one...)
09:27:52MTeeok, thanks
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10:23:10scorchejust as a reminder, next week is org application week...we still have some fleshing out to do on this page if anyone feels up to add some ideas: http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/SummerOfCode2009
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13:37:56MrSpeedyhi guys, is there possibility to make sansa c2xx rockbox to show *.JPG album arts in WPS instead of cover.bmp?
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13:58:34martian67MrSpeedy, no
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17:02:34kugelthe OF failed at that
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18:07:50saratogawhy do we build the e200v2 bootloader, and the fuze mainbuild but not hte e200v2 main build
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18:09:58kugelsaratoga: because first all bootloaders were added. Later we asked to build normal builds too, but we basically only asked for fuze and clip
18:10:37kugeland I don't really think that both fuze and e200 have to be build, particularly if/when my unify drivers patch goes in
18:11:09kugel(until they're supported of course)
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18:21:15archivatorHas anyone tested my rbutil patch yet?
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18:24:09jj19000does anyone here know where i can get a bootloader for the sansa clip?
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18:26:27jj19000anyone?
18:26:57The-Compilerjj19000: i'm not sure but I think the sansa version is really alpha ;)
18:27:01gevaertsjj19000: people can read logs. Don't ask every two minutes
18:27:36jj19000sorry gevaerts
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18:28:05jj19000thank you-the compiler
18:28:58jj19000anyone know how to compile one in cygwin?
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18:33:41gevaertsThe-Compiler: do you expect to be able to send mail to the -dev ml soon? If not, I'd like to send a quick summary about your devcon proposal myself
18:34:27The-Compilergevaerts: feel free, I have enough of stress atm and gonna look at that in a week or so ;)
18:35:38gevaertsThe-Compiler: ok. I'll include the text from http://pastebin.com/m2680ef6 and add the (possible) closing time constraints and alternative location
18:36:05The-Compilersure thing
18:36:17jj19000i am running windows xp,if that helps.
18:36:46The-CompilerYou really shouldn't try to run Rockbox on a Sansa Clip yet, if it even works
18:37:27jj19000why,i mean,will it brick it?
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18:44:05jj19000what are the chances of rockbox bricking my sansa clip?
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18:44:44gevaertsThe-Compiler: is http://pastebin.com/m4378de3e accurate enough?
18:45:12gevaertsjj19000: http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/CygwinDevelopment tells about how to use cygwin
18:46:01The-Compilergevaerts: fine ;)
18:46:11jj19000ive read that through and through,and i see nothing about compiling a bootloader.
18:47:09gevaertsjj19000: maybe you missed the very last line
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18:47:23gevaertsThe-Compiler: great. Sent!
18:47:26domonokyjj19000: its the same process as building a main binary. You just have to select bootloader instead of normal in the configure script.
18:48:21jj19000thank you domonoky
18:48:30jj19000i will go do that.
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18:50:01bertrikkugel, you have a fuze right? does it show the the time and date in the OF? and if so, does it show the same time/date as in rockbox?
18:50:14bertrikdomonoky, same question, except for the m200v4
18:50:57kugelbertrik: no, the time in rockbox is always messed up
18:51:08*domonoky can not start the OF on his m200v4, it never ends the database scan, if rockbox has written to the flash before :-)
18:51:10kugelI didn't bother to correct it recently, nor to play around
18:51:22kugelI'd be very suprised though if it was different to the e200v2
18:52:00bertrikI have reason to believe that the fuze and e200v2 OF count seconds since jan 1st 1970 instead of jan 1st like the older sansas
18:52:09kugeldomonoky: really? So, it's rendered useless? I assume you cannot update rockbox this way
18:52:14bertrik*instead of jan 1st 1980
18:52:43domonokykugel: no problem to update. usb-mode still works fine.
18:52:54kugelhm wait, if it works as on my fuze the database refresh doesn't come up when you insert usb before
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18:53:58jj19000domonoky:i did that,now it says "created makefile" ,what do i do next?
18:54:01kugelbertrik: the only funny thing: 23rd sept 2007 is 1 year before 3.0
18:54:04domonokyit also works again, when i clean the flash. But dont want todo that now..
18:54:43domonokyjj19000: the same, as building a normal build. Look into our nice wiki, or wait till we release it...
18:54:57saratogaBagder: for completeness, could you add the e200v2 to the build table?
18:55:26jj19000ok,thank you,will do!
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18:56:26kugelsaratoga: do you think the e200v2 is worth another 2 colums on this uber-wide build table? It's basically e200v2 == fuze in most concerns
18:56:38kugelalso, then the m200v4 should probably added too, etc
18:57:21bertrikkugel, hmm, coincidence ... :P ?
18:57:47bertrikmaybe we should think about swapping rows and colums in the build table
18:57:54kugeldefinitely not, just another sign that they like us
18:58:16kugelbertrik: no...then I need to scroll 30min to see the delta table
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18:59:29domonokykugel: all m200v4 builds are there. and adding the missing e200v2 builds would be good. So we make sure dont break things.
18:59:53kugeloh, didn't notice
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19:01:10kugeldomonoky: speaking of e200v2, have you had a chance to look at my unify driver patch? it drives me crazy that the scrollwheel on the e200v2 doesn't work with my fuze wheel code which works just nicelky
19:01:13kugelnicely*
19:01:32domonokynope, i didnt find time for that.
19:01:38kugeland btw, I consider it as a bug if you can't wrap lists using on the e200v2
19:01:53kugels/using//
19:02:13domonokyyes, i also think the wheel should wrap. on players where you navigate with the buttons, it also wraps.
19:03:22kugelwell, the wrapping works quite perfectly on my fuze (if you scroll towards the end, it doesn't wrap unless you're turning the wheel slowly at the end), but FlynDice keeps reporting that this doesn't work at all on the e200v2 (it always wraps)
19:04:11kugelwhich doesn't make sense considering my approach of generating repeats
19:04:19kugelto me, that is
19:07:44bertrikkugel, what time does your fuze show in rockbox now?
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19:08:25saratogai sent funman a fuze, so maybe we'll see some new commits from him soon
19:08:26bertrikI mean date, approximately
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19:09:02*domonoky applaudes to saratoga :-)
19:10:22bertrikI hope the old sd bank switching code works for the ams sansas too
19:11:11*freqmod_gq has tried to use the old sd bank switching code without success on the new ams sansas
19:11:18freqmod_gqmaybe i didn't try hard enought
19:11:19archivatorrasher: I figured out how to speed up/down festival's synthesis. Trying it as we speak :)
19:11:19freqmod_gq*
19:11:27freqmod_gq*enough
19:11:42domonokykugel: i think we somehow need to change/improve/rewrite the scrolling code for fuze/e200v2, we can easily miss wheel changes. (on e200v2 you only get all readings if you scroll very slowly)
19:12:16domonokyarchivator: nice.
19:12:38kugeldomonoky: tell me how
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19:13:09bertrikfreqmod_gq, oh I wasn't aware of your attempts, maybe we should document stuff like that, even when unsuccessful
19:13:50kugelDo you think I'm not aware of the problems with polling the wheel? But on the other hand, I don't think it's essential to get all readings, we can get an accaptable wheel with the current code (slightly optimized) too
19:14:13domonokywe at least need to somehow handle missed wheel events. at moment the code ignores all wheel changes, till it gets again a reading which is 1 before or after your last reading. That causes this strange wheel movements sometime.
19:14:20kugelalso, I have the impression that the OF doesn't do better at all
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19:15:32domonokyone improvement could perhaps be, to just keep moving in the current direction, if we get a reading which isnt 1 before or after the last reading.
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19:15:37freqmod_gqbertrik: np, here is the diff http://pastebin.ca/1353689
19:15:38kugelthe fuze didn't have any acceleration or list wrapping before some recent OF updates
19:15:38archivatordomonoky: Apparently they changed the parameter name in upstream. The new manual is not out yet :(
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19:16:43kugeldomonoky: anyway, I'd like to use the same driver before doing any bigger change
19:16:44domonokykugel: we want to be better then the OF ofcourse :-)
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19:17:24freqmod_gqbertrik: i did a sourt f dma write as well, but i don't know if i still have the diff
19:17:37freqmod_gq*sort of
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19:19:19freqmod_gqi think it is this http://pastebin.ca/1343931
19:20:04bertrikfreqmod_gq, nice, although I can't experiment with it myself, I only have a 1 GB clip
19:20:08kugeldomonoky: so, I'd appreciate if you try my patch
19:20:26freqmod_gq:S
19:21:11domonokykugel: :-) when i find time for it, i will do it.
19:22:12kugelfreqmod_gq: you seem to ignore the response of the sd in your sent_cmd call
19:23:07freqmod_gqwell, i did not understand how to get it, or i didn't get anything useful i think. (most likely the first)
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19:24:46kugelI'm not really convinced of your code, to be honest
19:24:56freqmod_gqit is probably a very weak attempt
19:25:14kugelbut I surely appreciate the effort!
19:27:21freqmod_gqmostly i just copied the write code and tried to write the bank to the ata-interface as sansa did. (in the last part i linked)
19:28:13freqmod_gqas far as i can remeber that only resulted in the playing pausing the track after 2 secounds, then i had to unpause it for another 2 secounds
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19:33:10bertrikplayback isn't really reliable yet, so testing sd access by looking at playback behaviour is not a really good way
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19:34:46freqmod_gqI think playback works well on clip, except for the corrupted files, but i get currupted md5sums too
19:35:41bertrikoggs seems to play fine, but I get some stutter/skips on mp3s
19:35:57saratogahacking up the disktest plugin is probably a good way to test, better htne playback anyway
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19:37:57n1ssaratoga: i've been meaning to ask you: you have mentioned the "tremolo" modified version of tremor a couple of times and i wonder if you think it has anything we could use and if you are planning to merge any of it into rockbox?
19:38:21freqmod_gqspeex plays fine, at least the bits that it gets correnct (which is not strange as it is designed for (UDP) package loss)
19:39:40saratogan1s: I'd like to but the auther dithered on granting us GPLv3 access and I haven't heard from him since I asked
19:42:01saratogaalso its based on the tremor-lowmem branch, not straight tremor, so there are many differences
19:42:35*domonoky did some testdisk.c tests on his e200v2 some time ago, but couldnt find the bug. Symptoms are: the testdisc.c check failes on the first compare it makes. If i write the data to disk, always the first few bytes were wrong, everything else looked fine. just writing file with some numbers, always generates correct files.
19:42:35saratogabut yes its still on my todo list
19:43:03n1ssaratoga: ah, a "v2" vs "v2 or later" thing?
19:43:22saratogan1s: yes
19:43:54saratogahis improvements should be merged into our tremor, or at least used as inspiration if he won't relicense them, but theres plenty else to keep me busy with codecs so i haven't followed up on it recently
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19:51:00kugeldomonoky: that seems to match my testdisk run (hence I added the flawed on the SansaAMS wiki page)
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19:51:35domonokykugel: yes, looks pretty much like some memory problems.. but who knows..
19:53:52saratogawhy memory problems?
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19:54:15saratogaif the first few bytes are wrong that sounds like timing issues in the driver
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19:56:51kugelsaratoga: maybe the one line "MCI_DATA_TIMER(drive) = 0x1000000; /* FIXME: arbitrary */" should be adjusted?
19:58:51domonokywhat test_disc does is: generate a sequence into memory, write the mem to file. read the file into mem again, and compare against the generation sequence. If i write my numbers into the buffer, and let test_disc write the buffer to file. The first few bytes are wrong. if i write directly into the file, its fine.
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20:00:51saratogaare there any cache concerns on AMS chips and hardware?
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20:01:24amiconntest_disk uses both aligned and unaligned memory blocks, so the driver might have a problem with unaligned data
20:01:31saratogasince theres only 1 core I assume the L1 is coherent with the SD controller, but maybe not?
20:02:09amiconnIf the SD driver uses DMA, caching issues might be another reason
20:04:56domonokyit uses dma.
20:06:44kugelsaratoga: the data cache isn't active.
20:06:54kugelAnd I don't think L1 can be shared, can it?
20:07:12saratogakugel: L1 can't be shared
20:07:18saratogayou're sure its not active?
20:07:44kugelthe mmu isn't active, and the data cache cannot be active without mmu
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20:09:24kugelsaratoga: that also explains the huge performance difference between clip and fuze/e200v2
20:09:32kugelfor codecs that is
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20:11:50kugelsaratoga: btw, I implemented the lcd_enable_hook for the disable wps update patch
20:12:41saratogakugel: i saw that
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20:13:05saratogadid MikeS have any other concerns?
20:13:18saratogai'd really like to see that patch go in once theres agreement that it does everything it needs to
20:13:30saratoga[i know almost nothing about that part of rockbox so I can't really comment]
20:13:40kugelwell, it adds a hell lot of
20:14:01kugel#ifdefs due to the unregestering of the hook (which I'm fairly sure isn't needed, actually)
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21:19:32Chestetahey I noticed last night that for the e200v2 starting with r20170 things do not compile correctly
21:19:52Chestetaanyone else having the same experience?
21:20:09bertrikI have no trouble compiling for e200v2
21:20:55archivatorChesteta: try doing a make clean (or veryclean) before compiling..
21:21:34ChestetaI created a new build directory... is that sufficient?
21:22:33archivatorWhat error are you getting?
21:23:32saratogahe posted that its dying during building the languages
21:23:34Chestetaone sec... ill do a pastebin in a sec
21:23:42saratogaso its probably just a bad SVN check out or similar
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21:24:57archivatorChesteta: does a svn up show any conflicts?
21:25:17Chestetaone sec; im running the build again; i hadn't saved the error last night
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21:25:53ChestetaI think it was error code 2 :/
21:27:01kadobanChesteta: the final error codes from make aren't very helpful. look up a ways for the first error
21:27:40bertrikjust did a clean build of e200v2, no problems, I'll try with an empty ccache again
21:28:31Chestetahmmm maybe i had a bad update; im still running the make however usually by now it would have errored out
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21:36:34pixelmaZincAlloy: seen the discussion in the dev ML about the theme licensing (I believe cabbiev2 was your work originally with some others helping with ports, right)?
21:42:39ZincAlloypixelma: I noticed there was some discussion. I'm gonna give it a read..
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21:47:41ChestetaI no longer get an error on the build but when running "make zip" i get many errors
21:48:01ChestetaDWIDTH spec > max FONTBOUNDINGBOX
21:49:09Chestetathere are alot of warnings saying characters will be clipped
21:49:35LloreanThose are just warnings, and are to be expected and ignored now.
21:49:55Chestetaok cool
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21:51:55Chestetayea; saratoga, I apologize for the trouble with my post last night; I will refrain from posting in the New Port forum unless I work on the port or am answering a question (when someone asks someone to test and report back)
21:53:20webguest34i am having problems compiling a sansa clip fwpatcher,is there one readily available?
21:53:55saratogano
21:54:25ZincAlloypixelma: and you're right about cabbiev2..
21:54:46saratogadidn't we GPL cabbiev2?
21:55:18linuxstbwebguest34: What's your problem? You need to have the Rockbox toolchain installed (easiest way is running tools/rockboxdev.sh - select at least ARM)
21:56:47webguest34ok,i am compiling under win xp home and cygwin....i get the following error when compiling form source code.....***no rule to make target ' bootloader h100.bin' needed by resource.o
21:57:21webguest34bootloader-h100.bin*
21:57:50linuxstbWhat are you trying to compile? For the Clip you need rbutil/mkamsboot/
21:58:32webguest34fwpatcher
21:58:37ZincAlloypixelma: but I only made the artwork for the colour version. the greyscale and black and white versions use different artwork.
21:58:47saratogafwpatcher is for iriver
21:58:54linuxstbwebguest34: Why? What instructions said to use that?
21:59:22pixelmaZincAlloy: yeah, I took part in the porting effort for those myself
21:59:39webguest34its just me guessing
21:59:49webguest34im a total newb at this
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22:00:08saratogawebguest34: you probably shouldn't be doing this at all
22:00:24ZincAlloypixelma: oh, of course... good work! :)
22:00:40webguest34well,im REALLY interested in this...
22:01:06webguest34ive already compiled my own fw
22:01:20webguest34for the clip
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22:02:28Lloreanwebguest34: being REALLY interested doesn't really prevent you from running into problems. While the process is as safe as we can make it now, trying to guess things rather than taking the time to read everything written about it and ask clear questions afterward is a good way to do something wrong. While we can make the right steps as failure proof as possible, we can't prevent people from doing things completely wrong and messing up the
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22:05:28redwolf1910hi again,im the guy w/ the sansa clip problem
22:05:50BigBambiredwolf1910: Did you see what Llorean said?
22:06:01redwolf1910no
22:06:06Lloreanredwolf1910: being REALLY interested doesn't really prevent you from running into problems. While the process is as safe as we can make it now, trying to guess things rather than taking the time to read everything written about it and ask clear questions afterward is a good way to do something wrong. While we can make the right steps as failure proof as possible, we can't prevent people from doing things completely wrong and messing up th
22:06:45BigBambiLlorean: Cut off at "messing up th" - I suspect the end is messing up their player though :)
22:06:54BigBambiredwolf1910: Especially when a target is under development and not supported yet
22:06:55redwolf1910i see.....
22:07:07Llorean"messing up their player." yes.
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22:07:58Lloreanredwolf1910: It doesn't even play music reliably yet, so if you're not planning on doing actual programming, you're going to find significant glitches and bugs getting in the way of simply using your player
22:08:49redwolf1910i know i have to learn C.....and learn about ARM.......
22:10:07saratogaif you want to learn to program thats great, but you should start off smaller then working on a new port
22:10:22redwolf1910like?
22:10:28BigBambiredwolf1910: I'd do some learning before randomly trying things, that way the chances of crewing things up are smaller
22:10:46BigBambiAnything - find an online C tutorial
22:11:11BigBambiProgramming for these limited embedded devices is on the difficult end of the scale - not the ideal place to start
22:12:14redwolf1910do i have to download any softs?
22:12:34saratogato program? yes
22:13:01redwolf1910like......visual c++?
22:13:13BigBambiredwolf1910: This isn't the place for a programming tutorial
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22:13:33BigBambiredwolf1910: But Rockbox is written in C, not Visual C++
22:13:33Lloreanredwolf1910: If you've compiled Rockbox already, and you have a text editor, you have the bare minimum tools necessary.
22:13:36LloreanAnything else you use is up to you.
22:14:06redwolf1910i know...im asking what programs are best for the job.
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22:14:45redwolf1910ok Llorean
22:14:55redwolf1910thx to you
22:15:02drafti'm trying to install Rockbox in 1st gen iPod and i'm having some problems.. can anyone help me?
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22:15:13BigBambisure, just ask
22:15:58draftBigBambi: just gimme a second.. i'll try once more.
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22:19:02redwolf1910IF....i were to put rockbox on the clip, what would i need besides the clip?
22:21:02saratogaredwolf1910: have you read the instructions yet?
22:21:34redwolf1910oh goodness..........no....... hold on.
22:21:47redwolf1910going there now
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22:55:26gevaertsIt seems that the ipod OF presents 4k-sector-disks as having 2k sectors over USB, so they get formatted with 2K sectors. Rockbox USB asks the disk how many blocks it has (actually, ata.c does the real work), and disk.c finds out how big those blocks are
22:56:27gevaertsdisk.c uses the FAT sector size for this, which happens to be 2K on these disks, while the block count assumes 4K sectors, so one of these is wrong
22:56:56gevaertsI'd say the block count is the one that's wrong, because otherwise we lose compatibility with the OF
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23:00:25gevaertsThis needs an ATA specialist...
23:00:26Lssis it just me or is it not possible to find files transfered to an ipod via itunes under rockbox
23:00:35Lssi dont think i managed to find it
23:00:41LloreanLss: It's perfectly possible, they're just hidden and renamed.
23:00:49Lssi see
23:01:10Lsspossible for the file view to display them? even if its renamed?
23:01:12fmlHas anybode taken a look at the patch added to FS #9931 ? It adds the possibility to set line spacing in RB and is proposed as a cure for "too big" glyphs. I'm reluctant to add something like this to RB. Any opinions?
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23:02:53amiconngevaerts: Don't confuse logical sectors (fat) and physical sectors (ata)
23:03:15gevaertsamiconn: actually, I was wrong. The problem is something else
23:04:13amiconnIf an ata disk has large physical sectors, it still returns the number of 512-byte sectors for compatibility, only that accessing sectors which are smaller than the physical one becomes slow
23:04:15LloreanLss: Yes, as I said they're simply hidden. If you tell File View to show all files then you'll see them.
23:04:25LloreanLss: I'm almost positive this is in the Ipod FAQ on the wiki
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23:04:33gevaertsThis is an LBA48 problem after all
23:04:38amiconnThe original G5.5 80GB disk has a firmware bug that makes it refuse partial sector transfers
23:05:00amiconngevaerts: Rockbox doesn't support LBA48 by default, but can be told to
23:05:20Lloreanamiconn: There's a reported problem with LBA48 enabled and the USB stack on a 240GB disk
23:05:34gevaertsamiconn: I know. The problem is that ata_get_info() (my code) doesn't do it properly
23:05:39n1sfml: i agree, an independently changeable line space is not a fix for clipped fonts
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23:06:13n1sI think a font should have lines as tall as the tallest glyph
23:07:27amiconngevaerts: I think that the storage drivers should have a function that returns the size in sectors
23:07:51amiconnThe ata driver calculates it, but then only uses it for boundary checks
23:08:00amiconntotal_sectors
23:08:10Lloreann1s: This makes some fonts as much as 1.5 times their current height for the benefit of one or two glyphs. This can be frustrating for people who want to use the font's 24 point characters but end up having to reserve the equivalent space of a 36 point font for it.
23:08:32Lloreann1s: It basically makes some font nearly unusable for people who don't need those glyphs.
23:08:40LloreanIt's kinda a "no win" situation.
23:08:41gevaertsYes, and ata_get_info() doesn't use total_sectors and instead reads it again from identify_info, ignoring LBA48...
23:08:42n1sLlorean: then those glyphs should be fixed
23:08:46Lssi have trouble with unicode filenames on the default wps
23:08:53Lssi have to switch to the unicode one
23:08:59Lsson my 5.5g ipod
23:09:04JdGordon|thats not surprisiing
23:09:09*gevaerts fixes ata_get_info() to just use total_sectors
23:09:20soapCould we just issue two versions of the "offending" fonts?
23:09:29soapA clipped and a "respaced" version?
23:09:30Lloreann1s: How do you fix a glyph needing more space other than by providing it more space?
23:10:05LloreanLss: Unicode is a font issue. Not all fonts have every unicode character (in fact, only one does that we have)
23:10:41Lssif i didnt remember wrongly its the layout not being suitable
23:10:53Lssi have to both switch to unicode as font
23:10:56Lssand change the wps
23:11:07fmlLlorean, n1s: In some fonts, an accented O is smaller that the normal O so that an accented O still fits in.
23:11:20LloreanLss: The layout is not suitable for larger fonts... it can't automatically adapt to any font size.
23:11:42n1sLlorean: i'm no expert but if it *needs* 1.5 times the space of the other glyphs clipping away a large chunk of the glyph won't be very nice either
23:11:48fmlBut my point is that it's a question of the font and not of the RB's rendering engine
23:12:07evilnick_7gevaerts: I'm having a few issues copying from a Sansa e280 uSD card to a beast (both using Rockbox USB)
23:12:20n1sfml: i think that is the most sensible way to deal with it
23:12:34n1sa 24 pixel font should not be taller than 24 pixels
23:12:42fmlHence I'd like to provide an option for those users who want to have the font 1.5 times taller
23:12:59evilnick_7gevaerts: I'll manage to copy a certain amount and then get the (Windows) error "Cannot copy [name of file] - path is too deep"
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23:15:51gevaertsevilnick_7: that sounds like the traditional windows 255 byte (or how much is it?) total path length issue. You'll need to either use shorter paths or another OS to get at them
23:16:01gevaertsin other words, not related to usb
23:16:03amiconnOr another program
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23:16:35amiconnWindows *does* support long paths, but not every windows app does. Windows explorer is among them
23:16:35evilnick_7gevaerts: It's nothing to do with that, it happens on different files each time,so that's why I assumed that it was related to Rockbox USB?
23:16:45amiconnTry robocopy - it handles long paths just fine
23:17:36fmln1s: with the new options you'll be able to generate a 36 pixel font from a, say, 24 pixel BDF font. It's your responsibility then to correctly name the generated .fnt file (the BDF file has "24" in the name)
23:17:57evilnick_7I'll try a few other apps when I have chance (and internet)
23:18:30gevaertsmaybe just check manually how long the total path is
23:18:49n1sfml: i don't see an option to do that as a solution either, we should ship font's that are what they claim
23:20:05Lloreann1s: Our fonts are what they claim, the problem is that the Rockbox font rendering can't allow lines to overlap like other font rendering systems can.
23:20:36LloreanWe respect the actual ascent and descent values of the font, the problem is "ascent" and "descent" tell you how to space lines, but don't equal the maximum space apart lines would need to be to avoid overlap.
23:20:53evilnick_7gevaerts: G:\new_music\Arcade Fire\2004-09-14 - Funeral\04 - Neighborhood #3 (Power Out) - Arcade Fire.mpc
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23:22:24gevaertsevilnick_7: is that the source or target path, or are they both of simiral length?
23:22:28fmln1s: we do it now and we'll do it in the future (in the "officially shipped" fonts). But some of them will be clipped. If a user would rather have a taller font but with less clipped glyphs (or clipped to a lesser degree) he can build the fonts himself using the new (yet to be implemented) options
23:23:19evilnick_7gevaerts: That's the source, destination is: F:\mpc\new_music\Arcade Fire\2004-09-14 - Funeral\04 - Neighborhood #3 (Power Out) - Arcade Fire.mpc
23:24:11gevaertsOK, so four more. 106 characters if I count right.
23:25:22gevaertsI'd still be interested to see what happens if you use a different program to copy them
23:25:37evilnick_7Is there any chance it could be any kind of "timing issue"? And Windows reports it as the wrong error message? Having used the beast as an external drive there are lots of disk access "pauses" when running portable Firefox.
23:26:07gevaertsI somehow doubt that.
23:26:56gevaertsevilnick_7: also maybe run chkdsk on both drives
23:27:20evilnick_7gevaerts: The beast was checked last night, so I'll check both again to be on the safe side.
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23:51:05peanusohai guise
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23:52:58stripwaxWhat might cause an Invalid Instruction error right at startup (after Rockbox logo)on a clean svn local build? (after svn up, svn diff, make clean, make..). Could there be something that make clean doesn't clean?
23:53:18stripwaxLatest build from RockboxUtility seems to work fine so I'm guessing something 'funny' with my build
23:53:41stripwax(and my local builds we fine until fairly recently, last few days or so)
23:54:00stripwax^we^were
23:56:19bluebrotherok, anyone interested in updating the rbutil translation before release? I want to release tomorrow evening (i.e. in 20something hours)
23:56:36peanusI am having an install issue, and I think someone here knows what to do. ..... Installing on: A 30gb (2048) iPod, Installing With: Macbook running 10.5 ...... I already: (1) formatted the ipod to FAT32 on a windows machne, (2) set the path, path correctly in the installer to the ipod. ..... the problem: brutil returns the error "No iPod Detected, Permission for disc access denied!"
23:56:43peanuswhat do it do?
23:57:10bluebrotherrun rbutil with sudo
23:57:12domonokyrun it with root/admin right.
23:57:20bluebrotheror from a root console
23:57:47peanus....how?
23:58:07*bluebrother goes stealing broken ellipsae

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