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#rockbox log for 2009-03-12

00:01:03mcuelenaereit seems like the Renesas does use EMIF
00:01:07mcuelenaere#define MXX_BASE 0x60000000
00:02:01kkurbjunWoh, nice
00:02:09*gevaerts thinks of an easy way to implement just enough transfer queueing stuff to allow faster USB speeds on PP and beast without going to the complexity of a full implementation
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00:02:48mcuelenaerekkurbjunW: it looks like you already have a good base to start the USB driver
00:02:59mcuelenaereyou'll need to rewrite/write it from scratch though
00:03:42kkurbjunWyeah, this is giving me a good point to start for sure
00:03:54kkurbjunWI know which GPIO the renesas interrupts on too
00:04:29mcuelenaereyeah, and how to en-/disable it
00:04:32kkurbjunWthanks to cat I'll add :)
00:04:44mcuelenaereI would contact him anyway though
00:05:05kkurbjunWyeah, I plan on it
00:06:04mcuelenaereBagder: did you get my message regarding the VX767?
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00:06:34Bagderyes, but I'm saving that fun for tomorrow ;-)
00:06:43mcuelenaerek
00:07:06*mcuelenaere still needs to figure out how __timer_set() works to fix the remaining warnings
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01:13:44gevaertsIt's possible to get the USB speeds on ipod video to 12.8 MB/s read and 15.5 MB/s write (pure USB+MSC, no storage involved) (from 8.9MB/s each way now). Combined with FS #9708 that gives me 11.5 MB/s read and 8.3 MB/s write speed (real disk IO, UDMA4)
01:14:14gevaertsthe OF gets 14 MB/s each way, so we're not there yet
01:14:37*gevaerts will post a test patch soon, but not today
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01:21:55gevaertsI suspect that I can get read speeds a bit higher still, but I don't know by how much
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06:25:58plutonianwhat is in a rockbox .fnt file?
06:26:44plutonianI'm asking because I found a font I really like, 18 point nimbus, that's not in the official fonts package
06:27:02plutonianit fits really well with my wps, but it's missing a couple glyphs
06:27:19plutonianlike the | and the umlauted o in "Claude-Michael Schonberg"
06:27:55plutonianI'm wondering how difficult it would be to add the glyphs myself, or if there's a more complete 18-nimbus.fnt somewhere out there
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06:51:44plutonianis there software out there somewhere for editing .fnt files used by rockbox?
06:51:57plutonianI tried opening them in fontforge but it didn't like them
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08:01:11amiconnjhMikeS: DMA works for unaligned ata transfers on the beast?
08:02:41jhMikeSamiconn: yes, the burst DMA unit has no alignment restrictions at all
08:02:51amiconnInteresting...
08:03:24amiconnI don't think PP is able to do that though
08:07:05jhMikeSno, it's restricted to word alignment as I understand it
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08:08:04jhMikeSThe only issue is cache coherency for the buffer ends for a read. I'll probably cache-align the various sector buffers for DMA-enabled devices.
08:08:35jhMikeSthe whole scheme handles that properly no matter what but speed for small transfer would be improved a bit
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08:11:26jhMikeSI put test_disk results in the wiki. It seems I had an anomalously quick PIO4 result on the previous one posted but DMA consistenly beats PIO4 in my tests in recent SVN.
08:13:44jhMikeSIt's pretty even with optimized transfers for 512 bytes actually.
08:14:50jhMikeSfor create/write, read is always faster by about 1MB/s
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09:04:36amiconnB4gder: obo.gotdns.org is mips enabled but doesn't seem have the mips toolchain installed
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09:05:04B4gderobo: ping?
09:05:08amiconnAlso, the script for the binsize table doesn't seem to be in svn (at least I couldn't find it)
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09:05:28B4gderok, I'll check that
09:07:41amiconnRAM size for the VX747 is working now; found the problem w/o the output script. It seems to rely on rockbox-info.txt and hence mkinfo.pl
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09:15:06RawrlIt's the strangest thing
09:15:18RawrlI just got a 5.5g ipod
09:15:32Rawrlguy was selling it because it was stuck in a restore loop
09:16:16Rawrlmanaged to get it half-working, but the disk was making some pretty nasty noises, and it would skip or freeze while playing a sone
09:16:25Rawrlbad disk, right?
09:16:43Rawrlfigured I'd have to get a replacement
09:17:10Rawrldecided to try installing rockbox before I pronounced it dead, and bam!
09:17:19Rawrl's been working fine so far
09:17:29Rawrlis this a common occurrence?
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09:19:13scorcheRockbox does not repair bad hard drives or solve some sort of disk-destroying bug in the original firmware, so no, though you arent the first to claim it has ;)
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09:19:38*amiconn just had an idea
09:19:41Rawrlnot claiming it magically fixed a bad HD
09:19:56amiconnjhMikeS: Did you try to map DRAM to the *same* start address as IRAM on PP?
09:20:07Rawrljust saying it was exhibiting all the signs, and they disappeared upon installing rockbox
09:20:25Rawrlchalk it up to shitty apple software
09:20:37jhMikeSamiconn: no since my understand is that won't work since you can't cache any address 0x40000000 or above
09:20:52amiconnIf the IRAM shadows part of the DRAM in this case, it would be a way to get rid of longcalls at least in the core (at the cost of losing 96 or 128KB of IRAM)
09:21:00amiconnOh, hmm.
09:21:22amiconn...losing 96 or 128KB of *DRAM* of course
09:22:00jhMikeSwe can map areas in the 0x30000000 block, then problem is the way the cache setup works, I'd have to distinguish physical addresses from nocache addresses.
09:23:00amiconnWell, we are mapping ram twice already. We could switch cached and uncached
09:24:01amiconnBut mapping to 0x3xxxxxxxx isn't sufficient, as branches are restricted to +/- 32MB
09:24:44amiconnEven if we could map DRAM directly before IRAM, this might be slightly too far away. It definitely is for the 64MB ipods
09:26:40Rawrlcrap, it's still making the same noises
09:27:01Rawrlat least rockbox isn't shitting itself
09:28:20Rawrlbuncha file errors when I try to play doom
09:29:19amiconnSeems we need to go the decide-per-function route
09:29:48amiconnUsing the IRAM for data only would be another possibility, but it would hurt PP5002 performance a lot in some codecs
09:30:02jhMikeSamiconn: actually, code can be mapped within 32MB of 0x40000000 which I think is no problem to accomplish
09:30:30amiconnhow?
09:30:56jhMikeSthe memory management can do it
09:31:04jhMikeS*controller
09:31:48amiconnWe have a 32MB (or 64MB) block of RAM. How would you map that within 32MB of 0x40000000 and stay below 0x40000000 at the same time (because of cacheability)
09:31:59amiconnThe code is at the beginning of DRAM
09:32:27jhMikeSmap the same section where the binary itself resides to a 16MB section and map the plugin and codec areas to the next one just behind 0x40000000 but load everything where it is now
09:33:54jhMikeSactually, it has to be 8MB per block since it couldn't branch to the end of IRAM, just the start of it
09:35:10jhMikeSunless the first IRAM_SIZE piece of the .text section never references IRAM in any way, then 0x40000000-32MB would work.
09:35:12amiconnThen you end up with non-contiguous dram
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09:35:40*amiconn expects a lot of stuff to break in this case
09:36:21jhMikeSdata would still be contiguous, yes and be referenced starting at 0x00000000. just code would execute from the remapped section.
09:36:36amiconnAnd iiuc if you map plugin + codec areas behind 0x40000000 it won't be cacheable, right?
09:38:25jhMikeSthat section will be but I can't make the masks for the cache work without distinguishing physical from uncached (because 0x1xxxxxxx and 0x3xxxxxxx share bit 28)
09:40:57jhMikeSit's possible to map virtual addresses as non-cacheable
09:44:16*jhMikeS hugs the ARM MMU and kicks the PP one
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09:49:26jhMikeSAt least _I think_ it's possible to specify caching for mappings but I'm not positive.
09:50:58jhMikeSIf that's in fact the case, things will be much simpler
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10:05:03hiyacan anyone see this? I just re-installed windows, and I'm temporarily using the RB Web Client (for the firtst time)..
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10:05:45B4gderwe read you
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10:21:55hiyaI shut down my Sansa c250 while it was saving a recording. When I opened it up in Windows the file has a length of zero. I assume the original WAV (I was recording as MP3) is on there somewhere. Is there some program what would allow me copy/view my c250s' partitions at low level?
10:22:22hiya*program THAT would allow
10:25:09B4gderif you record as mp3 it does not save it as wav
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10:31:04hiyaB4gder: When I'm in the middle of a long recording, and stop, I get the "disk busy" symbol for a minute −− I assumed this was because mp3 recordings start as wavs, and get converted in the background. What's the long "disk busy" for?
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10:32:15B4gderflushing the buffers to disk I would guess, but I don't know the details of that code
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10:38:57jhMikeShiya: it's saving whatever encoded data is still in the RAM buffer when you stop and see "disk busy"
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11:07:55*scorche has reworked http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/GSoCApplicationTemplate2009 if anyone wishes to comment...
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11:16:06gevaertsscorche: maybe also ask for forum nick
11:16:12gevaerts(if they have one)
11:16:38scorchefixed
11:18:27gevaertsShould we add out communication requirements (weekly ML summary, irc presence,... whatever the consensus was) there?
11:19:57scorchei expect that we can talk about that with them in our mail to them when we give them a task to complete, etc
11:20:36scorchethere are questions in there that ask what their thoughts on the topic are which might be useful in gauging a student's willingness to dedicate him/herself
11:21:07gevaertstrue. In that case I think it looks good now
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11:52:11scorchecould someone who is bored transfer some old ideas that still might be valid from the SummerOfCode2007 and SummerOfCode2008 pages to http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/SummerOfCode2009 ?
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12:04:12jhMikeSresampling filter (I'll go for 2 years of rejection) :)
12:05:23scorcheyeah...there were a few in there that could be transferred over...just go ahead and transfer what you see if you want...or i can get to it in an hour or 2 when i am done with the first draft of the org app and other GSoC stuffs...
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13:02:35markunanyone familiar with the quicktime container format?
13:02:49markunI'm trying to get some .m4b files I have to play in rockbox, but no luck so far
13:07:10Unhelpfulwhat exactly is .m4b? rockbox only supports specific audio codecs, stored in whatever is generally considered their "native" container format.
13:10:00pixelmaI guess that's what he would like to know too to work on it...
13:10:57markunUnhelpful: thanks ;)
13:12:09markunUnhelpful: m4b is just one of the many extensions of the quicktime container format (.mov .m4a)
13:13:47Unhelpfulhrm... what's the b supposed to mean?
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13:14:58webguest87Hi, does rockbox support the m4b codec?
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13:17:07markunhaha ;)
13:18:46markungevaerts: a good thing that the webclient includes your IP :)
13:19:09Unhelpfuli would have to guess at codecs we support for mpeg4/qt containers, but i would expect aac and possibly alac?
13:20:47markunthe ones I have here are aac
13:21:46markunI changed something in apps/metadata/mp4.c and it does try to play the file now, but I get stuck in apps/codecs/libm4a/demux.c
13:23:12dionoeamarkun: you can try playing the file in vlc and turn debug output up. It'll print a list of all the atoms which might help spotting the difference with m4a.
13:23:59markundionoea: ok, I can do that. Although I have also a debug print of all the atoms from the metadata parser
13:24:13dionoeaah ok
13:25:48markundionoea: is this useful? (from rockbox) http://130.89.160.166/temp/m4b-debug-01.txt
13:26:34markundionoea: for another file I get "unexpected size in media info: 76" at the end
13:27:06dionoeanot really, I'm not mp4 specialist :) VLC gives much more info in it's debug output so you might find interesting stuff there
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13:27:33LambdaCalculus37markun: Ping
13:27:42dionoeas/not/no
13:27:45markunLambdaCalculus37: pong
13:27:59LambdaCalculus37markun: .m4b is an AAC audiobook format.
13:28:06LambdaCalculus37Where did you get the files from?
13:28:19markunLambdaCalculus37: this channel is logged :)
13:28:36LambdaCalculus37markun: :)
13:30:18markundionoea: stupid question, but how do I get the debug output in VLC?
13:31:08LambdaCalculus37markun: Hopefully it's a DRM-infected audiobook.
13:31:11markunI added the "Debug Logging" interface, should I see something on the console?
13:31:28markunLambdaCalculus37: it's not. I can play it back fine in mplayer and vlc.
13:31:49dionoeamarkun: what OS do you run?
13:31:57markundionoea: FreeBSD
13:32:16dionoeathe 'vlc -vvv thefile.m4b'
13:32:19dionoea*then
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13:34:35markundionoea: http://130.89.160.166/temp/vlc-debug.txt
13:38:32LambdaCalculus37markun: It looks like there are unknown box types in the stream. Look at the entires along the 00000397 line.
13:38:54Russel-Athletic can somebody tell me how i lock/unlock the keypad in the simulator for the ipod video?
13:39:42dionoeamarkun: like I said, I don't know mp4 :) If you're really stuck, you could ask nefrir (on Freenode), he wrote the VLC mp4 demux
13:40:03markundionoea: ok, thanks
13:40:06LambdaCalculus37Russel-Athletic: The H key.
13:40:31Russel-Athleticthanks
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13:55:41Russel-Athleticanother question: if I build an rockbox image with simulator settings, than this is fully functional and i can copy it over to my player?
13:56:26LambdaCalculus37No, the simulator is meant to run as an app on your computer, and is seperate from a regular build.
13:57:22Russel-Athletici know the simulator is something different but it uses a build of rockbox, is this a right build or should i rebuild the stuff?
13:58:02LambdaCalculus37You should build a normal build for your player.
13:58:07Russel-Athleticok
13:58:17LambdaCalculus37So rebuild and select (N)ormal this time.
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13:58:44LambdaCalculus37Can I ask... were you testing patches or some other feature out?
13:59:10Russel-Athletici try to include a patch which i really want in my build
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13:59:34Russel-Athletichttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/8051
13:59:38Russel-Athleticthis one to be precise
13:59:50Russel-Athleticand previously i modified a wps theme
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14:00:54LambdaCalculus37Russel-Athletic: Did you patch a recent SVN trunk? If so, can you do us a little favor and create a new patch to post to that tracker number, so it's not synced against a recent SVN?
14:01:04*LambdaCalculus37 removes a not
14:01:34Russel-Athleticif you can tell me how i get the patch which diffs the svn versus the working directory, than yes
14:02:19LambdaCalculus37svn diff file > patch
14:02:20LambdaCalculus37svn diff file > patch
14:02:34*LambdaCalculus37 slaps the paste function
14:03:49LambdaCalculus37In this case, 'file' should be the four files that were patched by the diff, and 'patch' will be the new patch filename.
14:04:07LambdaCalculus37Make sure to include paths!
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14:04:54Russel-Athleticok
14:05:01Russel-Athleticthe patch file seems right, what to do with it now?
14:06:09LambdaCalculus37Post it to the tracker, on FS #8051.
14:07:57Russel-Athleticok i try
14:09:11Lloreangevaerts: FS 10011 might interest you.
14:11:35gevaertsLlorean: yes, I've seen it. I have some ideas, but I need to think a bit before I respond and I don't have time for that now
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14:15:37Casainhohello :-)
14:16:15Casainhocan someone please help on guidance for a patch on Rockbox Player? :: http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php?topic=6751.msg146590#msg146590
14:17:45B4gderand what is the question?
14:18:22B4gderwhile I think addressing regs using a struct like that, it works and I think we can have it like that at least as a start
14:18:55B4gderuh, I meant to say I find it a bit "funny" but working
14:19:20B4gderand the at91 code in the linux kernel for example went away from that style
14:19:25Russel-AthleticLambdaCalculus37: http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/8051
14:19:28Russel-Athletici hope that was right
14:20:01Russel-Athleticand it would be nice if this could be merged into the main build after the feature freeze
14:22:30LambdaCalculus37Russel-Athletic: Looks good. I'll test it to make sure it applies clean later. Have the tracker alert you whenever someone posts a comment so you'll see how it goes.
14:22:46Russel-Athleticthanks
14:25:19CasainhoB4gder: hmmmm, maybe we can use instead the header file that you siad, from at91 linux kernel, do you have the link?
14:26:03LloreanLambdaCalculus37, Russel-Athletic: I'm not sure I like that patch. Why can't someone just sort their collection by year, then by album, rather than as a list of albums by year?
14:26:30Casainhoand about a good and simple patch, that one for init kernel and flash a LED, will be a good choice?
14:26:33LloreanThe patch seems to basically add a fake tag to solve a problem that should be solvable otherwise.
14:28:50LambdaCalculus37Llorean: I'm not looking to commit it. But if someone likes it, they're free to use it, and for that, it should at least be maintained.
14:29:04LloreanLambdaCalculus37: If it's not going to be committed, it should be rejected.
14:29:12B4gderCasainho: kernel.org has lots of kernel code ;-) and about patch, I think you should start passing on changes that you want into svn to help other people to get started to work on rockbox for your target
14:29:18LloreanSo at some point we should discuss whether it's really a good feature for Rockbxo, or not
14:29:22B4gderthings like configure, basic firmware/target stuff etc
14:29:33pixelmaLlorean: it adds another level in the navigation (and in a work of a group you usually only have one album in a year). Not that I want to judge the patch but this is what I do in the file browser too by appending the year in front and it wouldn't work in the database - maybe something for the sorting patch?
14:29:44LambdaCalculus37Llorean: Agreed, but it's also roolku's original idea, so we should probably talk to him about it, too.
14:29:46CasainhoB4gder: what could be that other people?
14:29:58CasainhoRockbox Player developers or Rockbox developers?
14:30:03Lloreanpixelma: Couldn't you have a list of years, under which you have a list of albums for that year?
14:30:03B4gderboth
14:31:11CasainhoB4gder: but I were told that the only ones that would work were the Rockbox Players developers, just them! the ones that bought the hardware, that's why I didn't expect to do it...
14:31:26B4gdersigh
14:31:33Lloreanpixelma: The patch as it stands, creates a whole "virtual" tag called "yearalbum" with the album name prepended by the year number. I'm not sure if that means an increase in database size or not, since I don't know if the database instantly gets bigger when you define a new tag or if it has to be a real one, though
14:31:49B4gderCasainho: EVERYONE will get it easier
14:31:52pixelmaLlorean: yes, as I said another (almost useless) level of navigation: Artist > Years > Albums (which is usually just 1) versus Artist > Albums sorted chronologically
14:32:01B4gderdoes it really matter who those everyone really are?
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14:32:48Lloreanpixelma: "Another level of navigation" means "it doesn't cost anything from people content to sort their albums alphabetically" though.
14:33:04CasainhoB4gder: yes, did matter because putting patches on another SVN, we could have it and work, without being developers with write access to Rockbox SVN
14:33:12LloreanI'm just not sure I see why a virtual tag like that is necessary for a problem that can already be solved.
14:33:22B4gderCasainho: we have hundreds and yet hundreds of people do that already
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14:33:29Lloreanpixelma: In fact if you have a lot of albums sorted by year, navigation is *quicker* with the two lists
14:33:37pixelmaLlorean: I don't follow you
14:33:44B4gderCasainho: and we have a lot more reviewing eyes than your little group
14:33:53B4gderI just think it would be good
14:33:57B4gderyou can do as you want
14:34:16CasainhoB4gder: okok.
14:34:30Lloreanpixelma: If you have 200 albums sorted by year, with approximately 10 per year, and you want to get to the 11th year (out of 20), if it's all albums sorted by year, it's a very long scroll. If it's all years, then all albums within them, it's two very short scrolls
14:34:36pixelmaLlorean: why would navigation be quicker if it's one more level?
14:35:15LloreanThat extra press of the select button is more than made up for by being able to quickly skip over large numbers of albums.
14:35:21CasainhoB4gder: "things like configure, basic firmware/target stuff etc" −−> so, the kernel_init() and flash LED are even to much advanced?
14:35:40B4gderCasainho: we don't want a flash led, but initing the kernel sounds like good stuff
14:36:34pixelmaLlorean: that's assuming only all albums sorted by year. How I use it (in the filebrowser) is first sort by artist and then have their work chronologically
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14:36:53Lloreanpixelma: You could do that with the database too, though.
14:37:13LloreanThat would add one keypress, maximum, if it were one album per year.
14:37:20CasainhoB4gder: I thought in flash LED for a way to test kernel, but we are doing debug so it's enough with debug to test kernel, no need to LED. So, I will ask for other developers do this simple and first patch, while then I am working on audio drivers.
14:37:40LloreanWith the "insert on Record" patch, it wouldn't even add one keypress on players with that button.
14:37:42CasainhoB4gder: thanks. Any other suggestion?
14:38:03LloreanIn the end it's "add code to save a single keypress"
14:38:29pixelmaLlorean: sure, one useless keypress (and if you browse, you have to go that level up again and try the next if e.g. you only know the album name and not the year)
14:38:43B4gderCasainho: everything that is rockbox stuff for the target is worth committing, as it reduces the size of the patches you'll have to deal with on top of the "regular" rockbox svn checkout
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14:38:47Lloreanpixelma: Why would you sort by year, if you navigate by album name?
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14:39:07markundionoea: got a bit further still and now at a "Segmentation fault: 11" :)
14:39:15Lloreanpixelma: Not to mention, the database allows many filters, so you could have Genre->Artist->Year->Album, and Genre->Artist->Album, so you'd never even see years if you didn't know the year.
14:40:16CasainhoB4gder: okok. I will now explain this ideas and ask for another developer do this patch or I will do it myself later (when I get free time). Thank you and bye bye :-)
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14:41:52pixelmaI just like to have them sorted chronologically (and I don't think I'm unique there) but the album name means more to me. With this method I can see both at the same time, with your method I would need 2 filters for each way of browsing. But as I said, I didn't want to defend the patch and I could imagine the need for it to be gone with the sorting patch
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14:42:01bubsyIs anyone working on IT, S3M or an XM codec for rockbox yet?
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14:42:48LambdaCalculus37No, but there's a patch in Flyspray. Check out FS #8806.
14:43:20pixelmabut as a plugin last I looked, no codec
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14:44:46LambdaCalculus37pixelma: There's a codec version of the patch, but it's currently broken.
14:45:04pixelmaLlorean: I mean 2 filters or live with browsing being a bit clunky (as I would in the database currently) but since I usually browse files and my folders are properly named to achieve that...
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14:45:26bubsyThank you, LambdaCalculus37 :)
14:45:59LambdaCalculus37pixelma: I take that back; looks like it was updated again recently.
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14:46:47Lloreanpixelma: It currently adds another tag to the file database. Meaning the RAM size is increased when loaded to RAM as if we'd actually added another real tag.
14:46:57LloreanI just don't think that's a worthwhile cost to save just one keypress.
14:47:00pixelmaLambdaCalculus37: haven't looked for a while ;)
14:47:10LambdaCalculus37pixelma: Me neither. ;)
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14:47:49LloreanI also can't imagine there's not another way to do it that doesn't involve creating a whole new tag in the database.
14:48:44LloreanMaybe a generic "combined tags" code would make more sense, if anything. There's plenty of two-tag combinations people can't see the list by. People might want to see all albums, sorted by artist name, for example.
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14:49:32bubsycan someone compile the latest rockbox sources for iPod Nano (2GB) with http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/8806 (Mikmod plugin patch)?
14:49:35bubsywoule be appreciated :)
14:51:26Lloreanbubsy: There are instructions in the wiki for how to compile
14:52:01bubsyeven with a .patch too?
14:52:14pixelmaLlorean: yes, maybe that. And didn't I stress enough that I did not want to defend the patch just the way of sorting it provides for the database...?
14:52:35LambdaCalculus37bubsy: Yes, with a .patch, too.
14:52:49Lloreanpixelma: Well, I never said the way of sorting wasn't better. I just said I don't think the patch is suitable for SVN.
14:52:52LambdaCalculus37Just replace .diff with .patch.
14:52:59LloreanI don't think it's _enough_ better at all, for what the patch actually does.
14:53:23LloreanBut I've commented on the task now
14:53:28LloreanMaybe some discussion for how to improve it can happen
14:54:55bubsyLambdaCalculus37: http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/HowToCompile
14:55:02bubsyany guide for Win32? =P
14:55:26bubsyor maybe I should use cygwin
14:55:57bubsyhttp://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/SimpleGuideToCompiling
14:56:00bubsyah, nevermind
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15:00:16LambdaCalculus37bubsy: It pays to search and read. ;)
15:01:41bubsyApparently :)
15:02:31markundionoea: at least some of the files play now :) only 1 line changed.
15:03:06dionoea:-)
15:07:43bubsyUnable to get http://download.rockbox.org/cygwin//setup.ini.sig from <http://download.rockbox.org/cygwin/>
15:07:47bubsyLambdaCalculus37 help
15:08:10rasherThat's explained.
15:08:20bubsyheh
15:08:24bubsydumb me :P
15:08:59rasherYou need setup.exe -x or something like that
15:09:29bubsyyep
15:09:37bubsyI tried now, it worked :)
15:12:02rasherFeel free to edit the page if you think you could make that more obvious. You're not the first to miss it
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15:17:15l403hi guys
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15:19:27l403its so nice outside but I decided maybe I can help with stuff I wouold like to get done s I started going trough a C book 4 hrs ago
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15:21:22LambdaCalculus37l403: This isn't a social channel.
15:21:36bubsyhttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/8806
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15:21:42bubsythere are several patches there'
15:21:52bubsydoes the newest .patch include all the fixes in the other old patches?
15:21:57LambdaCalculus37bubsy: Take the latest one.
15:22:04l403I feel comfident I will finish the basics today and was thtinking which way I shouold head after I'm done wth this. Dviec driiver stuff?
15:22:09LambdaCalculus37That one was fixed so it'll compile again.
15:22:19bubsyLambdaCalculus37: that one is 680kB, the one in the main zip is almost 2MB
15:22:20bubsystill sure?
15:22:30LambdaCalculus37bubsy: Positive.
15:22:33l403*device driver
15:26:05bubsyLambdaCalculus37: Done :)
15:26:08bubsyI compiled it
15:27:40LambdaCalculus37bubsy: Good. Now test it on your player.
15:27:54bubsynot mine, Johannes`
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15:28:02bubsyI'm helping him :)
15:28:14bubsyI did compile it for him, he's testing now
15:28:34bubsyI just gave him the compiled mikmod.codec, is that all he need?
15:29:07Johannes`I copied mikmod.codec to the codecs folder
15:29:12Johannes`still can't play the tracker formats
15:29:25bubsyhum :/
15:29:33rasherYou need the full build
15:29:55bubsyoh
15:30:22bubsythere's a lot of O files in the build folder I compiled
15:30:32bubsyis they supposed to stay? or do I delete them? :P
15:30:36bubsyare*
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15:34:08Russel-AthleticLlorean: i basically want the extact same thing everybody wants with this: i want to sort by year and can get quick to an album
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15:34:17bubsyah sorry, again my fault :)
15:34:36Russel-Athleticthe extra year tag is just ridiculous in my opinion
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15:35:23bubsythis rocks :) so easy to compile and make a ready zip file
15:35:28bubsyI'd like to thank you for your hard work
15:35:42Russel-Athleticand every other player i think does it the way i want
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15:57:52Russel-Athleticand another reason i just found: it looks really unnatural to me to have albums sorted by name
15:58:38Llor_Phonerussel-athletics: please reply on the task, with specific points as to why this bad implementation should be accepted rather than one that burdens the extra cost on those who use the feature.
15:59:14Llor_PhoneThe current one costs people who don't use it
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16:00:38Russel-Athletichonestly it doesn't matter which implementation
16:01:13Russel-Athleticor at least the rockbox developers come to a consense, that they will not implement it, than a reply on the tracker would be nice
16:01:54Llor_PhoneRight now it saves one keypress at a not-small RAM usage.
16:02:08Llor_PhoneThe realtime filtering would be better.
16:02:32Llor_PhoneIt's slower, but would come with almost no cost to those who don't use it.
16:02:45markunRussel-Athletic: which task are we talking about?
16:02:56Llor_PhoneSort tags also solve the problem, I believe
16:02:56Russel-Athletichttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/8051
16:02:58kugeluhm, I haven't tried, but you shouldn't you be able to append the year to the album using the tagnavi?
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16:03:18Russel-Athleticis there any eta on this realtime filtering?
16:03:39Llor_PhoneWhen someone like you who wants it does it.
16:03:41kugelthe track names are formatted, I'd think this is possible for albums etc too
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16:04:06Russel-Athletickugel: last time i tried with simple tagnavi it didn't work
16:04:11Llor_Phonekugel: This patch is for sorting by two tags in one list
16:04:30Llor_Phonekugel: by creating a new tag in db that is the two combined.
16:04:41kugelsort by year, then by name (in the same view)?
16:05:25kugelyou can use plain strcmp for that, you'd just need to format the album name to have the year appended (on demand, without a new tag)
16:05:56Llor_PhoneThe author chose this way because he felt that would be slower.
16:06:00kugeland again, I'd think this is / should be possible using tagnavi and existing capabilities (since you can format the tracks too), but I haven't tried
16:06:18Llor_PhoneAs I was saying, doing it dynamically would be better.
16:06:28Llor_PhoneAnd allow you to use any pair of tags.
16:06:55kugelthat's what I'm saying too
16:07:10Llor_PhoneThe final track list works differently than the other lists.
16:07:29Llor_PhoneI think.
16:08:02Llor_PhoneOr at least last time I looked. Don't modify tagnavi often.
16:08:10kugelfmt_title is formatted title (with tracknumber appended), and is defined at the top of tagnavi
16:08:13Russel-Athleticwell the only thing i want is a nice discussion on the mailinglist about this patch (after the release of the new version of course)
16:08:25kugelI would think fmt_album, instead of just album would be doable too
16:08:59kugelRussel-Athletic: I don't think this patch is good enough for svn
16:09:42Llor_PhoneRussel-athletic: it's really a very bad way of doing it in terms of the minimal gain.
16:09:44Russel-Athleticwell it is your descision
16:09:47Russel-Athleticbut i really can't understand it
16:10:00Russel-Athleticfrom my point of view it seems like you miss a really essential feature
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16:10:40Russel-Athleticit is less of a letdown because file browsing exists but I still don't understand why nobody implemented this
16:10:43Llor_Phonerussel-athletic: you're asking every database user to pay ram for a feature that save you one keypress per album and gains many of them nothing
16:10:55scorchewhat would be that "essential feature" again?....as far as i see, the option of using tagnavi for this exists...
16:11:03Llor_PhoneAnd I don't see YOU implementing it either...
16:11:33Russel-AthleticLlor_Phone: i don't speak about this patch
16:11:49Russel-Athleticand yes I will not implement it because i am a) stupid b) lazy
16:12:29Llor_PhoneSo don't whine about nobody else doing it.
16:15:00Russel-Athleticby the way, is ram this important?
16:15:06Llor_PhoneIt's fine to offer an opinion about how it could be done, but complaints about the fact it isn't are unnecessary
16:15:22markunWhat is the feature we are talking about? I thought it was to sort albums by year
16:15:34Llor_PhoneThe amount you're taking scales with the number of songs in the DB
16:16:19Russel-Athleticmarkun: yes still, if you think this can be done by tagnavi please give me the line
16:16:23Llor_Phonemarkun: the current patch does this by creating a new tag in the db of year+album that is just two normal tags concatenated
16:16:31Russel-Athletici tried it a couple of releases ago and it didn't work
16:16:33Llor_Phonemarkun: usin
16:16:54Llor_Phoneusing RAM and hd space in scale with number of songs
16:17:07scorcheRussel-Athletic: the less available ram there is, the less audio data can be buffered...the less audio data buffered, the more the hard drive has to spin up...the more the hard drive spins up, the less battery life there is
16:17:23Llor_PhoneRather than just using the two normal tags while sorting
16:18:22markunLlor_Phone: is it possible with tagnavi?
16:18:34markun(to combine them I mean)
16:18:36Russel-Athleticscorche: thanks for the clarification
16:19:11Llor_Phonemarkun: didn't used to be. may be now. Should be in the future if we want a proper solution. Any two tags.
16:19:15markunit's not just about 1 extra keypress if you have to search through every year to find the right album, or am I missing something?
16:19:34scorcheRussel-Athletic: and the issue is, that lessening of battery life will/would exist for every user...not just those using this feature
16:19:45Llor_Phonemarkun: if you don't know the year, don't list years' list albums by name...
16:19:47Russel-Athletichis point of view is: if you want to search for an album, than the year doesn't matter to you, so you can use a different entry list
16:20:19Llor_PhoneDatabase has the advantage of letting you have many ways to list.
16:20:23Llor_PhoneUnlike filetree.
16:20:35markunLlor_Phone: I have my albums as "[year] - title" in my file tree and that works great for me
16:20:38scorchewith tagnavi, Database is very customizable
16:25:29kugeldefining "%format "fmt_album" "(%4d) %s" year album", and using "album => "fmt_album"" instead of just album *should* do it
16:25:36kugelit doesn't quite work here though
16:25:49markunkugel: let's fix it :)
16:26:52kugelit shouls "(-2) <album>" instead :(
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16:28:21kugelprobably because the track data isn't loaded yet in a non-final view
16:28:39markunkugel: but it works for song titles?
16:28:45kugelyes
16:30:10kugels/shouls/shows, btw
16:31:00kugelsounds like a bug to me, still
16:32:23scorchealright...the first draft of the Org App is up for commenting and editing: http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/GSoCOrgApp2009
16:32:38Llor_PhoneWell, as far as I know that isn't supposed to work. Less bug than not-yet-added. Unless the tagnavi page now says it should work
16:32:47pixelmakugel: I tried the same quite a while ago and later found somewhere an explanation for it, can't remember the details though
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16:35:05kugelanyway, the proper implementation of yearalbum would be this, instead of hacking a new tag together
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16:40:52pixelmakugel: probably that these combined tag sorting doesn't work for those virtual "folders" and it was probably a hint on the DataBase wiki or in the forums (topic has been discussed there too, I'm sure). I agree about the implementation
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16:42:25gevaertsscorche: "was not passed"? I'd say "did not pass"
16:43:13*kugel would apply as a student too if he had an idea
16:43:47scorchegevaerts: feel free to change it...my brain isnt working as well as it first did when i started working on GSoC stuff (for multiple orgs) tonight...or, well, last night...
16:44:26rasherWhere do we have details about licensing of our included fonts?
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16:48:13scorcheI would like to submit the org application for GSoC later tonight (tomorrow morning for you .eu folk), so please go through that org application and change it if need be...
16:51:29kugelscorche: what are the projects now?
16:51:42scorchekugel: what projects?
16:51:53kugelnevermind, I go read SummerOfCode2009
16:53:13scorcheshall we re-list rockbox-as-an-app?
16:54:00kugelI think it's still wanted
16:56:53scorchewell, i will just add some stuff that I see and then we can remove/edit/etc later...we just need more stuff atm
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17:06:10*scorche added a few more things to http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/SummerOfCode2009
17:07:44scorcheIf anyone wishes to help out, the major to-do things are to look over GSoCOrgApp2009 for any changes we might want to make and to add things desired to SummerOfCode2009 (the ideas list) if anything else can be thought up
17:08:14markunscorche: can't we remove the GPLv3 part for espeak?
17:08:53scorchemarkun: you can do whatever you wish...we can always change it =)
17:09:11markunok, my wish is my command :)
17:10:04scorchebut in this case, why would we remove that part?...so that we would then have a GPLv3 version of Rockbox with TTS and a GPLv2+ without?....having the option now that it would be implemented?
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17:10:39l403hi gevaerts
17:11:39markunscorche: if we use the GPLv2 version of espeak, wouldn't we have a GPLv2 version of rockbox with TTS?
17:11:48markunor was it GPLv2+ before?
17:11:58scorchewas espeak previously not GPLv2+?
17:12:00l403and hi markun too :)
17:12:36markunscorche: I'll check the commit logs
17:12:47LambdaCalculus37l403: You were already told that this isn't a social channel. Do you have something to ask that's related to Rockbox?
17:13:26l403I goot so sad from not seeing any news about Meizu I took a C book and I wold like to know which direction nto hhead after I'm done wiith it
17:13:44l403..to elp with some development
17:13:44markunl403: good question...
17:15:19l403I think I might finish it today and dont know the next dirwetion a need to take
17:15:36l403*direction
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17:16:17saratogacan someone in the EU send funman a Sansa USB cable?
17:16:23saratogai forgot to include one when I sent him the fuze
17:16:34saratogaand it'll take two weeks to send him the cable from the USA
17:17:21gevaertsI can do that. I have two...
17:17:30LambdaCalculus37saratoga: Does the Fuze have the same dock connector as the e200, c200, and View?
17:18:57markunl403: the tasks that need to be done are not that easy. Maybe you could start reading the rockbox source and get it to compile.
17:19:51markunespecially what's in firmware/ and firmware/target/arm/s5l8700/
17:20:08markunand boot/meizu*
17:20:09kugelLambdaCalculus37: Yea
17:20:13markunhave to go now
17:20:24l403ok
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17:20:33kugelsaratoga: sorry, I only have one (the other one is broken)
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17:23:22gevaertssaratoga: if you PM or mail me his address (and confirm that e200 and c200 cables are indeed the same), I can post it tomorrow morning
17:23:51kugelI used my e200 cable for the fuze too (and vice versa)
17:24:17kugelbut I don't know why my original e200 cable is broken, maybe the fuze didn't good things to it?
17:24:23scorchegevaerts: they are the same, yes
17:24:46*mcuelenaere wonders whether the WPS editor should be re-added to GSoC2009
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17:35:04n1smarkun: why did you remove the note about the liscense problem with espeak from the gsoc page? current versions of espeak can not be incorporated into rockbox without us changing to gplv3
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17:37:40*kugel likes that gplv3 isn't gplv2 compatible
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17:46:26n1skugel: well, it _can't_ be gplv2 compatible and reach its goals but still it makes for a lot of stupid liscense compatibility problems...
17:48:05n1salso when aliask inquired about a possible gplv2 release of espeak the author only replied that he thought rockbox could be reliscensed as v3 or that it could have v3 plugins as other Os's can have apps, so no real answer
17:48:45n1s(and we can't have gplv2 incompatible plugins)
17:49:21BagderI would even call it an ignorant answer...
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17:51:04kugelbasically, the purpose of gpl is to free the code, right? Thus, this incompatibility is just absurd
17:51:26rasherkugel: There's no way gplv3 could be compatible with v2. By design.
17:51:59rasherv2 says "you can't add additional restrictions". Then they decided they needed to add more restrictions. So there really was no way to get around it.
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17:54:22gevaertsIf they weren't incompatible, there wouldn't be much point in a new version
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17:55:53n1sspeaking of gpl, we still have some gplv2 only code, so we can't go v3 even if we are mostly v2 or later
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18:06:23saratogawhat V2 code is remaining?
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18:08:11*Bagder added an onda 767 build
18:08:54*mcuelenaere still needs to fix those Onda warnings
18:09:43mcuelenaereBagder: looks like farsan.haxx.se also don't has the MIPSel compiler installed, while it is enabled for mips builds
18:09:58saratogamcuelenaere: did you notice I enabled MIPS asm for MP3 decoding?
18:10:06Bagdermcuelenaere: yeah, I switched that off on that one for now
18:10:13mcuelenaeresaratoga: yes, but I haven't tried it yet
18:10:22mcuelenaerewhat should I look out for?
18:10:25saratogaits built into libmad so I assume its safe but its something to double check once you get playback
18:10:35saratogawell if mp3 doesn't work and everything else does :)
18:10:51saratogaeventually that code needs to be copy and pasted into each other codec as well
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18:12:34mcuelenaeresaratoga: what code?
18:13:00saratogathe fixed point multiply asm code
18:13:34saratogaright now the other codecs will fall back to c versions, but these are extremely slow since c lacks the syntax to express a 32x32=64 bit multiply
18:14:08mcuelenaerethe Ingenic chipset also has SIMD instructions, but there's not much documentation on them
18:14:47saratogathose will likely be extremely useful, but for now getting ASM multiply code is more important
18:14:55saratogathe speed up on ARM is enormous from it
18:15:19saratogaand its just 3-4 lines of code
18:15:44mcuelenaeresaratoga: if you're interested, these are all the HW accelerated instructions the chipset supports: http://svn.rockbox.org/viewvc.cgi/trunk/firmware/export/jz_mxu.h?view=markup
18:18:05saratogayes comments would be nice
18:18:08kugelsaratoga: haha, "well if mp3 doesn't work and everything else does" reminds me of ams sansas, I doubt it's the asm routines though
18:18:38saratogayeah thats probably just because MP3 runs almost entirely out of IRAM, and we're not setting something right
18:18:44mcuelenaeresaratoga: but there is an GPL'ed version of mplayer and jpeg_decoder using these instructions available
18:19:03saratogai think i see a hardware butterfly instruction, which would be useful
18:19:23robin0800<saratoga> i think i see a hardware butterfly instruction, which would be useful
18:19:55saratogais there really no instruction manual for this mips ISA?
18:19:58kugelhe just said that
18:20:47mcuelenaeresaratoga: yes there is, but it'll probably NDA'ed
18:21:21mcuelenaereI can ask around if I can access it, but I doubt that
18:22:04saratogaso theres a datasheet for the SOC but not the CPU?
18:22:26mcuelenaerethere are datasheets for both, but I only have those for the SoC
18:22:40mcuelenaere(the SoC referes to a datasheet for MXU, which is that instruction set)
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18:25:02Bagderhttp://forums.rockbox.org/index.php?topic=20943.0 <= A new build table layout?
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18:29:59LambdaCalculus37Bagder: Looks very nice. :)
18:31:15BagderI think so too
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18:44:30pixelmaBagder: how wide will it get (how many more revisions)? Looks nice indeed though
18:46:46saratogai actually don't mind the current table
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18:56:41pixelmaok, maybe that's to find out (the number of revisions that give a reasonable width...
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19:06:39kugelLlorean: so, I have this tracklock implemented now, works nicely
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19:10:56Lloreankugel: How does it work? (as in, what happens when you try to skip forward, backward, and seek past the beginning or end)?
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19:19:33kugelLlorean: http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/10014
19:19:56kugelLlorean: works exactly like the current skip length if you enable tracklock
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19:23:06Lloreankugel: Could you make "track lock" stop (or pause) when the track ends, if "Repeat 1" is disabled?
19:23:20LloreanOr rather, if repeat is off, entirely, I guess.
19:23:37Llorean"Stop or pause at the end of tracks" is a very common feature request, and this would allow it in a way.
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19:24:55kugelLlorean: uhm, I guess I could.
19:25:11kugelSo pause at the end if repeat is set to what?
19:25:32kugelif repeat is off it just follows the playlist
19:25:44LloreanPause at the end if Track Lock is on, and repeat is Off
19:25:52LloreanThat way if "track lock" is on it _never_ leaves the track
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20:11:33gevaertssaratoga: can you try the patch in FS #10015 some time? I'm not sure if it's likely to make any difference at all, but since it changes how exactly we talk to the controller, I guess it's worth a try
20:12:51LambdaCalculus37gevaerts: I'll try it on my beast tonight.
20:13:30saratogagevaerts: sure probably tonight
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20:13:31gevaertsLambdaCalculus37: it should work fine on the beast. Combine it with FS #9708 for extra fun though :)
20:14:07gevaertsLambdaCalculus37: I'm mainly interested to see if it changes anything for setups that don't work properly with pure svn
20:14:17gevaertssaratoga: great
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20:17:09LambdaCalculus37gevaerts: According to FS #9708, it looks like jhMikeS has some plans for i.MX31 DMA.
20:17:52gevaertsLambdaCalculus37: yes. That's the patch I'm applying. Without that, you won't see any speed difference as it will be disk-bound
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20:18:27gevaertsI haven't measured on the beast recently, but on ipod video it speeds up reads from 8.9MB/s to 11.4MB/s (in UDMA4 mode). Writes don't change for some reason (although I should check on my mini)
20:19:12LambdaCalculus37gevaerts: I'll try FS #9708 on the iPod color as well.
20:20:29gevaertsLambdaCalculus37: play a bit with the ATA_MAX_UDMA setting in ata-target.h for extra fun. For USB you're boosted, so UDMA4 should be safe. For other things probably not...
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20:22:47LambdaCalculus37gevaerts: Should I apply FS #9708 first and then FS #10015 second, or vice versa, or does it matter what order?
20:23:27gevaertsthey don't touch the same files at all
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20:23:55LambdaCalculus37So "doesn't matter what order".
20:24:08gevaertsexactly
20:26:25gevaertsLambdaCalculus37: don't forget the #define HAVE_ATA_DMA for non-video and non-beast
20:27:22LambdaCalculus37And that test_disk is enabled! :)
20:27:34gevaertsonly if you want test_disk results :)
20:27:50*gevaerts basically only cares about USB. All other parts of rockbox are useless
20:29:24gevaertsWow! With both patches, rockbox is faster on write than the OF on my CF card!
20:29:38LambdaCalculus37gevaerts: We don't have a test_usb plugin, do we?
20:29:59gevaertsLambdaCalculus37: no. I don't really see what it would do...
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20:30:12gevaerts4.8 MB/s for the OF, 5.2 MB/s in rockbox
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20:31:49advcomp2019gevaerts, does that patch help the sansas any?
20:32:04gevaertsadvcomp2019: it should speed things up for all software USB targets
20:32:17advcomp2019o nice
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20:32:50gevaertsthe difference on sansas won't be huge, as it's mostly storage-bound there. There should still be something though
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21:01:39*rasher is curious what r20284 did to add 26kb to gigabeat s builds
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21:02:56bubsycheck the changelogs? :)
21:03:10bubsyor maybe it isn't mentioned?
21:03:49*gevaerts points bubsy to the changelog...
21:05:10rasherhttp://build.rockbox.org/cvsmod/chlog-20090311T011825Z.html
21:05:47bubsy:o
21:07:50rashergevaerts: What kind of speed are you getting from USB these days?
21:08:17n1srasher: yes, that's a curious delta indeed
21:08:26gevaertsrasher: I'm measuring e200 right now :)
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21:12:28fmlplutonian: where did you see that font (18 point nimbus)? IIRC, we've never had it. The font called 18-Nimbus (as it would be called now) was really a 19 pixel tall font and was therefore renamed. But if you have it then please post it somewhere so that we can analyze it. It would be a nice addition to the rockbox font collection.
21:14:26rasherBagder: Is the delta table confused?
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21:14:27n1sthere is no size difference between gigabeast builds of r20283 and r20284...
21:14:42rasherI think the table is still not quite adapted to the added Onda bild
21:14:44n1s.. that i've done locally
21:15:06pixelmaone off because of the addition of one build?
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21:15:30*pixelma was too slow
21:15:32n1spossibly
21:15:41rasherThat is my theory which is mine
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21:16:47gevaertse200, read speed OF 5.2 MB/s, RB 5.8 MB/s, FS #10015 6.4 MB/s, write speed OF 4.8 MB/s, RB 3.2 MB/s FS #10015 4.1 MB/s
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21:17:06gevaertsOne off seems to match the 0 delta for mr500
21:17:08*n1s wonders why it reports a ram usage of over 3MB for the beast
21:17:40rashergevaerts: Se we're better at reading with FS #10015 and almost as good at writing?
21:18:07gevaertsrasher: we're already better at reading without it
21:18:24rasherAh yes, just noticed.
21:18:38rasherNice boost in write speed
21:18:43*gevaerts has to report that his e200 showed some issues while he measured though, not only with the patch, but also plain svn
21:18:51n1sah the "Onda VX747" is added to both ends of the delta table...
21:18:58n1sBagder?
21:19:23n1sand there's one orphaned column
21:19:30rasherHaha, something's definitely amiss
21:20:05gevaertsluckily there's still rasher.dk/rockbox/graphs/">http://rasher.dk/rockbox/graphs/ !
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21:34:23amiconnThe Onda at the left is new
21:34:57*amiconn wonders who messed that up. Must've happened roughly one hour ago
21:35:06BigBambigevaerts: what sort of issues?
21:35:23amiconnNah, make that 3 hours
21:35:51Scothheh, I've had rockbox on my iPod for about week, and I've already installed it on two coworker's ipods and a Sansa after they messed with mine.
21:36:25BigBambiScoth: Good to hear :)
21:36:43Scothabout a week*
21:36:44gevaertsDoes anyone who reads ARM disassemblies for breakfast feel bored? I'd like to know if the sansa firmwares have the same init sequence as the ipods (the one in usb_drv_reset())
21:36:45ScothCan't type today..
21:37:21*Scoth just does perl and wouldn't know ARM disassy from line noise
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21:44:47BigBambigevaerts: It seems 10015 breaks USB on the beast
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21:45:37BigBambiWith only it applied, when I plug in the USB screen flashes up for a second or so, then screen goes black (backlight on) for a few seconds, then the disk spins down then it turns off
21:45:38gevaertsBigBambi: that's weird. I used the beast yesterday for most of the work...
21:45:47*gevaerts checks
21:45:54bubsyis zen vision:m dev stopped?
21:46:21BigBambiThis is against 20306 - plain SVN is fine
21:46:51BigBambigevaerts: I'll try building it again just in case it is my cock up :)
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21:49:42archivatorAnyone up to testing FS #9983 ? I am afraid my limited testing is hardly enough..
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21:51:04saratogabubsy: check the forums thread
21:51:17BigBambigevaerts: yep, same thing - I did svn revert, applied the patch, built in a fresh build dir, and same symptoms as before
21:52:54mcuelenaerebubsy: basically it stalled, yes
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21:53:31Foxx-Hi everyone
21:54:51Foxx-well, i would like to formally express my thanks and gratitude towards everyone invlved with Rockbox development, ive been keeping tabs on the progress, and insist to all my friends they should use it
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21:55:24BigBambiFoxx-: Excellent - the more the merrier :)
21:55:39Foxx-i did a segment about rockbox on my tech show as well
21:55:44Foxx-fully endorsing rockbox
21:56:02Foxx-yeah, im a whore :P
21:56:07BigBambiIs there a download or link or anything?
21:56:14Foxx-www.BSoDtv.org
21:56:19Foxx-episode 27
21:56:41Foxx-i just did a basic how-to
21:56:46BigBambiI shall stick it on our Rockbox gets mentioned wiki page :)
21:57:12Foxx-not that there is much to it, but BSoD is about showcasing how-to tutorials to people
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21:57:28gevaertsBigBambi: I see the same here
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21:57:47Foxx-i keep forgetting that some people arent as into hacking and homebrew as others, and they just need to be pointed in the right direction
21:58:10advcomp2019Foxx-, i know this is off topic could you join -community?
21:58:14BigBambigevaerts: good/bad - at least I'm not going mental :) :(
21:58:21Foxx-sure thing
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22:04:09Foxx-I recently got pacbox running, just for the sake of it
22:04:21Foxx-ive been into emulation for a while now
22:04:34Foxx-i know that the pacman hardware itself can run other games
22:04:47Foxx-is the pacbox emulator in rockbox only for pacman?
22:05:01Foxx-or can i load up other pacman compatable games, if i can remember what the hell they were
22:05:06ScothI've probably spent more time playing pacbox than listening to music :)
22:05:15Foxx-i wish there was sound support
22:05:22ScothYeah, that's kind of a shame
22:05:23Foxx-but that would be a little counter productive
22:05:52ScothDoom is fun too, and surprisingly playable on the ipod controls
22:05:57Foxx-i really enjoy the games on Rockbox, because i can listen to music on the train and my girlriend will leave me alone
22:06:01Foxx-yes it is
22:06:08Foxx-i have a 5g ipod and sansa e250
22:06:35ScothMine's a 60GB 5g
22:06:39Foxx-same
22:06:56Foxx-the g/f has the ipod (which was won, we would never pay for an ipod)
22:07:19ScothMine's a hand-me-down from my wife. She just got a 16GB touch
22:07:36ScothShe loves it, so it's all good
22:07:50Foxx-very nice
22:08:01Foxx-well, i was just curious about pacbox
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22:08:19Foxx-im happy with rockbox as is
22:08:25Foxx-games arent important to me
22:08:35Foxx-but my hacker instinct tells me to "do more"
22:08:52Scothhehe. I've been big into emulation for a long time, just for the sake of amusement
22:08:57Foxx-same
22:09:04Foxx-i like the technical accomplichment
22:09:12Foxx-since the early days of Nesticle for DOS
22:09:19BigBambiThis is a bit off topic chaps
22:09:40BigBambiPlease only direct Rockbox support or development in here
22:09:48Foxx-well, back on topic, can pacbox run pacman hardware capable games?
22:09:57Foxx-or only pacman itself?
22:10:01salty-horsehi. running the simulator, the text editor displays files with unix-style newlines (LF) correctly. when compiling and running on the sansa, the text editor ignores the newlines. a bug?
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22:11:28Lloreansalty-horse: Are you using cygwin?
22:11:37salty-horsenope. ubuntu
22:11:53gevaertsBigBambi: new patch uploaded. This one does work
22:12:18BigBambigevaerts: coolio, I'll have a play. Cheers for that
22:12:56gevaertsBigBambi: read goes from 4.9 MB/s to 13.0 MB/s here, write from 6.3 MB/s to 8.8 MB/s
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22:13:26BigBambigevaerts: Wow - what conditions are you using to test?
22:14:25gevaertsdd with a 1MB blocksize (this gets split up into 64k transfers anyway, so you could just as well use a 64k blocksize...), preceded by a single-block dd to spin up the disk
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22:15:17gevaertsif you want the exact commands, I can PM them to you. I don't really like to publically post dd commands that can kill data :)
22:15:52BigBambihehe - I have a neary full disk so no need :)
22:21:10salty-horseLlorean, any thoughts?
22:21:47Lloreansalty-horse: Have you tried with an SVN build rather than your own compiled build?
22:21:53LloreanAs in, one of our provided compiles
22:22:18salty-horseLlorean, I have not. will try tomorrow and report
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22:27:22gevaertsthis USB code is definitely not stable on my e200. Why was it two weeks ago?
22:27:47bluebrotherbecause we weren't in freeze for 3.2 then?
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22:28:26gevaertsprobably
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22:30:40BigBambigevaerts: Not stable how?
22:32:24gevaertslots of bus resets (not the same as the old ones though, the pattern is a bit different), followed by an IO error at which point linux forcibly disconnects
22:33:00rasherAnd you are in fact running SVN?
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22:37:26gevaertsI don't know what I was running (too lazy to check), but I just formatted and installed the official build. Let's see...
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22:46:52gevaertsok. the official build seems stable. So what's wrong with my builds?
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22:49:03rasherYou ruined them utterly
22:49:28*Bagder remembers that no commit has been made yet since he added a new build
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22:52:53mcuelenaereBagder: the Onda VX747 gets build twice?
22:53:05amiconnBagder: There are two build problems. (1) The VX747 is added twice in the delta table. (2) farsan.haxx.se doesn't know the mips compiler
22:53:40Bagderthe (2) is already fixed
22:57:13Bagderand one of the 747 was a 767
22:57:23BagderI just messed up
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23:02:32bubsyany future plans on porting to iPod Touch?
23:02:36Bagderobo: here?
23:02:55oboBagder: yup
23:02:57Bagderbubsy: feel free to go ahead
23:03:07Bagderobo: the mipsel compiler path on your host seems wrong
23:03:13Lloreanbubsy: We do not make plans. It's entirely based on people showing up and saying "Oh, I'm working on X now" and then actually following through and finishing it.
23:03:21Bagderobo: http://build.rockbox.org/showlog.cgi?date=20090312T063241Z&type=Onda%20VX747%20-%20Normal
23:03:24bubsyBagder: Hehe, I don't know much about its hardware and its bootloader and such.
23:03:35bubsyLlorean: I see, thanks.
23:03:38oboBagder: I replied earlier today - had forgotten to edit the path within acbuild.pl
23:03:46Bagderah I missed, ok fine
23:04:28Bagderthanks
23:04:42bubsyI wish I knew more on how to hack these devices :) It'd be an awesome long lasting project to port rockbox to an iPod Touch
23:05:00Bagder"98 builds in 492 seconds"
23:05:10Bagderso close to the 100 builds party!
23:05:48*mcuelenaere can add a few builds if you like ;)
23:09:14amiconnBagder: Did you check why the binsize table script isn't in svn?
23:09:42amiconnIt seems like there's more stuff missing from svn, maybe everything on build.rockbox.org?
23:10:14*gevaerts doesn't like this
23:10:21Bagdernot everything, no
23:10:33amiconnOtoh, the arm multilibs patch seems to exist 3 times, only one is probably used
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23:10:57gevaertsI have loads of USB issues with all sorts of builds, I run mkfs.vfat on the thing, and now everything works fine...
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23:13:08Bagdernow it's here => http://svn.rockbox.org/viewvc.cgi/www/tools/showsize.pl?view=markup
23:13:39amiconnHmm, and why is there a google<long_hex_id>.html in the www module?
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23:14:18*amiconn thinks the www module is in need of some cleanup
23:14:56bertrikhandle_usb_events in screen.c could be made static
23:15:10gevaertsI could understand this if my tests involved the filesystem (fragmentation and things like that), but I just dd /dev/sdb...
23:15:15rasheramiconn: Google Sitemap I think
23:15:29Bagderamiconn: I would guess it has something to do with that google site map ... uh, rasher was faster
23:15:30amiconnIt's zero bytes...
23:16:16gevaertsbertrik: good idea
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23:18:20rasherAnyone around who has any idea why the ID3 fallback only seems to work on entire tags? I have files here with both v2 and v1 tags, but where the v2 tags only contain replaygain info. They show up as untagged, so it seems the v1 tag is never touched
23:18:34*rasher would consider this a bug
23:19:01amiconnIt's like it should be
23:19:26amiconnReading id3v1 is costly, so it shouldn't read v1 if v2 exists
23:20:07rasherStill, the v2 tag is missing all info, so it would make sense to read the v1 tag
23:20:50amiconnI wouldn't want rockbox to read id3v1 if some info is missing in the v2 tag. At least one of (year, album name, comment) is basically always missing
23:21:03rasherShowing a song as untagged while it is in fact tagged with all info seems quite wrong..
23:21:09pixelmawouldn't that mean that it always needs to search for v1 and v2 tags, look at track end and start?
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23:21:17saratogamaybe its worth checking if theres no data aside from custom tags like replaygain?
23:21:25amiconnI would consider that type of tagging broken
23:21:30rasherpixelma: if the v2 tag is proper, there's no need to read the v1 tag
23:21:38amiconnIf you use v2, put everything in v2, and ditch the v1
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23:21:55rasheramiconn: Both are perfectly valid tags
23:22:05pixelmawhere do you draw the line if a v2 tag is proper or not?
23:22:24rasherpixelma: if it contains the info that can be in a v1 tag?
23:23:07rasheramiconn: On that note, I could say that your tags which are missing year or album are broken.
23:23:22rasher(ignoring comment is acceptable I think)
23:23:35amiconnNo, they aren't. These are single tracks
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23:24:06rasherThat appeared out of thin air?
23:24:10webmindwow
23:24:15webmindgetting busy here
23:24:36rasherAnyway, I don't see how you can say that a file with two valid tags is broken
23:25:25webmindcan someone tell me something on how stable the ipod mini port is?
23:25:34webmindasin, what is and isn't working?
23:25:43*amiconn hands gevaerts some yellow
23:25:59BigBambiwebmind: It is stable
23:26:33webmindBigBambi, nice
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23:26:43webmindBigBambi, as stable as the 1st gen nano?
23:26:52BigBambiyes
23:26:53webmind(that broke, and I'm looking to buy a mini :)
23:26:54webmindcool
23:26:56webmindthank you :)
23:26:59Lloreanwebmind: If it's listed as "Supported" it's expected not to be crashing, and all music-playback related features should be entirely usable.
23:27:08amiconnrasher: Using two tagging systems with each only providing partial information? It is suboptimal, and hence broken, imo
23:27:35pixelmarasher: it somehow sounds odd that Rockbox should be responsible for some kind of sanity check of your tags
23:27:37webmindLlorean, well, it is listed as 'more optimalisation is still needed'
23:27:47rasheramiconn: No reason for Rockbox to completely ignore a tag with all info
23:27:49Lloreanwebmind: It's listed as 'Supported' on the front page...
23:27:54webmindLlorean, ok
23:27:55amiconnHaving both tags carrying the same information is also not optimal, but acceptable (if you have to deal with old players which don't handle id3v2)
23:28:17webmindthanks :)
23:28:25rasherpixelma: No sanity check needed. The tags are sane.
23:29:51Lloreanrasher: So basically, we either always need to look for both types, or we need more options (ID3v2 only, ID3v1 only, ID3v2 then v1, ID3v1 then v2, v1 if v2 not present, v2 if v1 not present)?
23:30:17rasherLlorean: Not really. Just when the tag we read first is incomplete
23:30:29LloreanWhat is "incomplete"?
23:30:40rasherNo artist, album or title, I'd say is a good baseline.
23:31:06LloreanHow about "none of them" rather than "missing any one"
23:31:14amiconnrasher: It's actually a question of what takes priority. We used to have an option, and that was removed on purpose
23:31:33amiconnAnd with id3v1, you cannot tell if the information is missing, as the field is always there
23:31:46rasheramiconn: There's no priority involved. The v2 tags *don't have anything but TXXX frames*
23:31:59Lloreanrasher: It's not uncommon for me to have songs with no Album because they are singles not associated with an album, similar to previously mentioned cases.
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23:32:52LloreanAnd I think a lot of my videogame music just has "Composer" rather than "Artist"
23:33:00pixelmachecking whether the info found in the v2 is only things that can't be in a v1 tag and when the rest is missing look for a v1 tag sounds a bit like that to me...
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23:33:48rasher FS #10016
23:34:08gevaertsLlorean: I may be wrong, but I read what rasher suggested as the same as what you're saying
23:34:36Lloreangevaerts: I think he said "a, b, OR c is missing" and I think "a, b, AND c is missing"
23:34:45saratogaignoring TXXX tags seems sensible, since there is no real cost associated with reading htem
23:34:53saratogathey're always at the front of a file
23:35:09*gevaerts wants rasher to tell us who is right :)
23:35:20*rasher points towards gevaerts
23:35:28Lloreanrasher: Well... you did say "or"...
23:35:52gevaerts\☺/
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23:36:56LloreanI do kinda like the "always read TXXX tags, and don't count them as ID3v2 present" suggestion too, rather than trying to determine "properness" of tags
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23:37:58rasherI don't think I'm alone in having files like these. They appeared when adding replaygain to files with only v1 tags using Winamp.
23:44:13saratogais there more ID3v2 code then in apps/metadata/mpa.c?
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23:46:35kugelLlorean: seems not exactly trivial to implement the stop at track end
23:46:53kugelno problem for the wps, but I'm having problems in the menu
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23:50:30*kugel suggests using id3v2.
23:50:52kugelWhat's the gain of using id3v1? mass converting is easy
23:55:17Lloreankugel: Pause just as bad, I assume?
23:55:19JdGordon|rasher: re FS #10016.. iirc that was changed by design
23:55:55LloreanJdGordon|: The problem is that they're mutually exclusive. YOu can't have a mix of tags
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23:56:27rasherkugel: so let's just remove all id3v1 code.
23:56:41JdGordon|I dont tihnk thats an issue worth worriying about, if you have v2 tags they should be complete
23:57:10rasherSays who?
23:57:19kugelrasher: I'm fine with that
23:57:39rasherkugel: then you're not worth including in this discussion.
23:57:50kugelLlorean: pause gives me problems in wps too
23:58:05kugelalso, the track is over. pausing at this point doesn't make much sense, imo
23:58:14pixelmaso far we often said "people are responsible for their tag's correctness", why should Rockbox jump through hoops to support a mixture while it is easy for people to fix their tags and they only need to do it once
23:58:23Lloreankugel: I suppose.
23:58:32Lloreankugel: I don't know what to do really, maybe others will have ideas.
23:58:48rasherpixelma: Thing is, the tags *are* correct. There's nothing wrong about them in any way.
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