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#rockbox log for 2009-03-31

00:00:30bluebrotheralso, wouldn't it be better to have the references you added below the copyright boilerplate?
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00:03:56casainhobluebrother: oh, I didn't remind. I will recitfy right now :-)
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00:04:22casainhobluebrother: what is the boilerplate?
00:04:37casainhobluebrother: sorry, didn't undertsnad
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00:08:19bluebrotherthe files have some standard header which is the copyright information. You've put some reference comment inside of that
00:08:48bluebrotherwouldn't it be better to be consistent here and add that reference comment simply as a separate comment below the header?
00:09:29casainhoah, ok. but below or after?
00:10:22bluebrotherisn't that the same?
00:11:23casainhoI mistake, maybe you wanted to say before... ok. I will do it now.
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00:17:41casainhobluebrother: done.
00:17:56casainhocan you please see if there is nay more problems?
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00:20:19saratogaLlorean: do you mind if I delete the stickies in New Ports and replace them with a bulleted list and rewritten explination when I get a chance?
00:20:33saratoga the current guidelines could be a little more clear
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00:24:27Lloreansaratoga: Sure, just preserve the "POSTING IN THIS FORUM" name please, I like having one of those in each section
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00:30:28LloreanSounds like Doom's having sample rate problems on some targets (iPod 5G at least) again
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00:40:36stripwaxWhat's the best way to collect stats from a codec so that they could be displayed on a debug screen? I was thinking of just sticking stuff into an extern struct and have vorbis.codec periodically write to a file but if there's an easy way to expose that to the debug screen I'd rather give that a go
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00:44:33stripwaxActually.. looks like that's mostly what the debug menu does anyway so mayble I'll just have a think about a generic codec debug datastructure that all codecs could use
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05:09:29JdGordonso there are a few superdom patches in the tracker... aliask has gone awol so should i just commit them and hope they actually work?
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06:57:31KeripoI wrote up a quick GSoC proposal by following the template on the wiki: http://pastebin.ca/1377621
06:57:59Keripowasn't sure how detailed or formal its expected to be, but I was told that I'd be able to get some feedback by posting here
06:59:40JdGordonhow do you plan to add areac support?
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07:00:24Keripo"areac"?
07:00:30JdGordonatrac
07:00:41KeripoSony PSPs already support ATRAC3
07:00:52Keriposo its just a matter of integrating their plugin
07:01:19Keripoor rather, writing something that calls their plugin
07:01:33Keriponot too sure about how GPL-friendly that'll end up being though
07:01:48JdGordonI doubt it will be friendly at all...
07:01:51JdGordonit might be doable
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07:02:06JdGordonyou're planning this as a rockbox as an app port? or a proper firmware replacemet?
07:02:36Keripoif I remember correctly, a few homebrew apps do make use of the ATRAC3 plugin so I'd be using them as reference
07:02:45Keripojust not sure what license their source code is under
07:02:58Keripoan app port, starting from a UI sim port, working down
07:04:13saratogaits probably GPL safe to use the built in ATRAC decoder, but I would not put that in your application
07:04:18saratogaits really not related to the project
07:04:58Keripohm, I was thinking it'd just be another format that Rockbox would be able to support as a bonus
07:05:08saratogaI wouldn't try to do anything with playback other then get it to work
07:05:17Keripobut if it'll cause licensing or other issues, its not a main focus
07:05:24saratogaits not realistic to do get into codec support given the time constraints
07:05:39Keriponoted, changing.
07:06:02JdGordonKeripo: do you have any plan as to how you would build the sim for the psp? and make it generic for other sdl targets?
07:06:07saratogayou can actually use built in PSP codecs though, as far as the GPL is concerned
07:06:37saratogagetting RAAA to a point where its comitable will actually be quite difficult
07:06:43saratogai badly underestimated the work involved last year
07:07:07KeripoJdGordon - I remember looking at the UI Sim's source code and it pretty much seems that I'd replace the Windows/Linux-specific code with PSP-specific system code
07:07:47Keripothe Sim is already for the SDL target - I'm just using the Sim as a starting point, not modifying the Sim so it compiles for the PSP
07:08:24Keriposaratoga, I don't expect merging back into the SVN to be easy - I'd just like it to work first
07:08:26JdGordonwhat we need/want for RAAA is to have it seperate from the current sim code... ideally it would be a real target like an ipod for example...
07:09:28KeripoJdGordon- yeah, thats what I'd like to do eventually, but I think itd be easier to first get it running by using the Sim, then part by part turning it into an actual target
07:10:14JdGordonwhats the PSP dev tools like? there is a sdl port already?
07:10:53Keripoyup
07:11:16Keriponice full SDL port and plenty of libraries ported for all sof things
07:11:37saratogagcc mips is used?
07:12:30Keripo"psp-gcc" - I would assume yes, gcc mips
07:12:50JdGordonso this would be my suggestion (we already have had more than a few people coming in saying they want to work on raaa)... try to get a psp app building from the current source, all thats needed is a simple hello world app that uses some of the rockbox sdl code to prove you can do it.... I tihnk thats the major hurdle, just being able to wrangle the configure script to get a usable build
07:12:51Keripothey have their own nice dev package
07:13:41KeripoJdGordon - will try
07:14:06Keripowhat do you mean by "some of the rockbox sdl code" though
07:14:10saratogacan you post the link to the PSP gcc port?
07:14:10JdGordonif you can do something like that then the rest is plain sailing
07:14:52Keripohttp://forums.ps2dev.org/viewtopic.php?t=7373
07:15:02Keripotoolchain here: http://forums.ps2dev.org/viewtopic.php?t=9812
07:15:28Keripodont remember if thats the exact same links I used before, but things are maintained by the PS2 devs
07:15:50JdGordonKeripo: (some disagree with this aproach)... have a look at the bootloader builds for the current targets, the use only the firmware part of the source tree (a tiny bit compared to the apps/ folder)... if you can just build a rockbox sdl build with the lcd driver then you're almost there
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07:17:15JdGordonthen the idea would be to copy the various sdl "drivers" into the firmware/target folder instead of uisimulator/ and getting a full build going
07:17:47Keripobootloader/common.c?
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07:18:57JdGordoneach of the files in bootloader is a bootloader for a different target (common.c is common stuff :p )
07:19:31saratogaKeripo: are you using cygwin then?
07:19:42JdGordonthe crucial bit is getting stuff like the sdl driver and system_init() going
07:20:26Keriposaratoga - I have both Cygwin and Linux installed but am probably going to do most things on Cygwin due to convenience
07:21:16saratogaok good
07:21:19KeripoJdGordon - understood - I see the main and call to system_init in ipod.c ; )
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07:22:11Keriposaratoga - Does Rockbox have a preference for Linux? (the wiki gives enviro setup instructions for Ubuntu on VM I believe)
07:22:23JdGordonlinux is easier and faster
07:22:29JdGordonbut no cygwin or a vm is fine
07:22:43JdGordoninterix even works
07:22:48JdGordon(also osx...)
07:23:15KeripoI just prefer Cygwin since for the PSP I can just plug it in, copy over, then yoink it out (no unmounting needed)
07:23:39JdGordon... thats a bad assumption
07:23:48JdGordonand you can do that in linux also with the right mount options
07:26:07Keripohm, I've never bothered setting that up I suppose
07:26:08scorcheand cygwin is slooooooow
07:26:43KeripoI'm usually doing other things when I'm compiling, so I don't usually notice ; )
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08:59:40JdGordonit shouldnt be possible for one codec exiting to cause the next codec to fail yeah?
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09:07:22JdGordonfor some reason, with 9795 hitting next track when wma is playing will cuase the next track to codec fail and skip the track, the one after will work fine
09:07:28JdGordonwma->wma works ok though
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09:31:47Casainhohello :-)
09:32:23CasainhoB4gder: can you give a look to this FS #10076 ?
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10:23:10kenguestgreat news about GSoC :D
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13:21:19CasainhoBagder: hello :-) . Can you please give a look to the next patch of Lyre?
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15:04:00n1swhy don't we just recreate the config if it's outdated, rather than complain about it?
15:05:11Zagorn1s: because you may have modified it manually
15:05:27n1sah
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15:12:31kenguestI've a power only usb car adaptor for powering/charging my mp3 player [and other gadgets] in the car. decided I needed to charge my iriver h340 (w rockbox 3.2) this morning. it was playing at the time. plugged the charger into it and it swapped over to usb client mode.
15:12:41kenguestthere's some button I have to press, isn't there?
15:13:27n1syes there is, i *think* it's the AB button but the manual should know
15:15:57kenguestcool. I suppose if it was clever about it, maybe rockbox could detect that only power is being supplied and not switch to usb client mode, but for this usecase that's probably a bit much
15:16:13kenguestthanks n1s
15:16:52n1skenguest: i think that's actually impossible on those players because USB is handled entirely by a usb-ata bridge chip
15:17:12kenguestgotcha.
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15:21:54funmanhello
15:22:01funmanI receive a phone call from AMS this morning
15:22:13funmanthey asked me how much potential clients I had :)
15:22:26LambdaCalculus37The entire lot of us! :)
15:22:49LambdaCalculus37(us being Rockbox devs/staff)
15:23:05funmanI told him a possible gain for them can be expected if people like rockbox, buy sansa players, and sansa buy AMS SoCs, but it's a little gain i guess
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15:24:01funmanhe's gonna call me back, Bagder could you send him an email about your previous contacts (he wasn't aware)
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15:29:29LezardHello
15:33:35evilnick_Lezard: Hi there. If you have a question then do ask
15:35:42LezardOh ok o/
15:35:50LezardWell
15:36:14Lezardi`m interested in the usability study and implementation project for the GSoC but i have some questions
15:38:03evilnick_Lezard: Ask away, and when someone who can help comes in then they'll reply.
15:39:04Lezardok ok
15:39:07Lezardops
15:39:13Lezardit was supposed to be oh ok
15:40:05LezardWell, my main question is if you want to use a metodology for the analysis or am i supposed to propose one as well
15:40:41GodEaterLezard, nobody on the project (that I'm aware of) is a usability expert, so we're allowing free reign on the methodology
15:41:54kugelfunman: I think it's a noticeable gain for AMS if sansa sticks to their hardware. They mass producing, millions of units, I don't think AMS can say "we don't care about sandisk"
15:42:34funmanno but i think they don't care about rockbox smally increasing sandisk sales
15:43:00kugelI don't think it's too small
15:43:12funmani received a Clip from a donator this morning, I was hacking around the MMU, and I just noticed flyndice patch update
15:43:12LezardI`m asking because I`m a HCI and usability researcher in my university, and if you had any methodology I wanted to study it before the project but thanks
15:43:43Lezardabout the implementations, how much of the proposed in the analysis need to be implementated in the GSoC time?
15:43:50LloreanLezard: Remember it's Summer of _code_, so a large part of the project should be implementing usability improvements as well.
15:44:00kugelfunman: I tried the patch on my fuze. codecs are worse (ogg doesn't play at all)
15:44:11kugeland pictureflow is sooo slooow
15:44:27kugelI can't really tell the UI is more responsive, due to that
15:44:51funmankugel: pcm use DMA as well, so special care might be needed here
15:45:23funmanperhaps dcache invalidation must happen in dma driver
15:45:48funmanI'll hack around the patch at home
15:46:27funmanby the way I tried to reset the peripherals (using CCU_SRC/SRL) and I can reset all of them but IDE interface .. looks like something is still missing in SD driver
15:46:41funmanand test_disk fails as well on the Sansa Clip (v1)
15:46:58kugelinteresting
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15:47:10LezardLlorean yes, i`m aware of that, my main fear is that many issues are found and i dont have time to code all the solutions
15:47:21kugelfunman: gigabeat s invalidates in the dma driver as well. not in the ata driver
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15:48:30kugelfunman: also, it might be very useful if we can remap the iram to be directly behind the RAM (or before), so that we can get rid of longcalls
15:48:44funmanLezard: if the project is too big you can redefine your deadlines, and perhaps finish the work after the summer
15:49:06funmankugel: oh i was not aware of that, what is the distance limit for long calls?
15:49:33kugeluhm, I'm not sure
15:49:46kugeljhMikeS should know it
15:50:09Lezardfunman: Well I agree, but I didn`t know that it was possible to finish the work after the summer
15:50:15kugelbut it has something to do, that the ldr instruction can only take a limited offset as immediate operand IIUC
15:51:13funmanLezard: it's free software, you can even work on it right now ;) - I mean that if what you want to do is too long for a summer, you can define what you will do during the summer, and do the remaining work after
15:51:28kugelfunman: remapping iram would also prove that the mmu is running
15:52:11LloreanLezard: The key isn't that you do everything - it's that your progress at any given step is deemed reasonable for the amount of time that has passed. Ideally you should be able to proprose
15:52:40LloreanLezard: Ideally though, you should be able to define some things that can be accomplished by the deadline. If a full overhaul isn't possible, specific individual refinements ought to be.
15:53:15LezardThanks, that makes me more confident on proposing to work in the project
15:53:45Lezardanother question, is it possible for me to e-mail any mentor with a draft so it can be reviewed?
15:54:50GodEaterLezard, just submit it to the GSoC application - we can review it there, comment on it, and then you can refine it
15:56:46LloreanIf you really want it reviewed first, the rockbox-dev mailing list exists, though you're likely to get a lot of random public comments too.
15:57:24kugelfunman: I tried to put some driver code into iram on the fuze but had problems
15:57:31gevaertsAnd if you're not familiar with the list, it may be hard to know who you can ignore :)
15:57:45*GodEater puts gevaerts on the ignore list ;)
15:57:46funmankugel: did you enable IRAM use in config.h ?
15:57:53kugelcodecs didn't work at all (just skipped songs), and bootup was a bit weird
15:57:55kugelyes
15:58:08kugeland I added *.lds accordingly
15:58:27kugelin fact, just enabling it in the condig.h is already problematic it seems
15:59:05kugelfunman: What I find weird though is, that IRAM doesn't seem to be enabled, but yet some mem* functions are in iram.
15:59:20kugeland disabling iram entirely makes mp3 not crash
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16:01:58kugelIRAM doesn't seem to be managed correctly on the fuze it seems
16:02:24funmanThe Fuze looks more problematic than other models it seems
16:02:33funmanI should receive mine this week
16:02:37kugelno, not really
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16:03:14kugelbesides of the display weirdness (where a workaround exists), the e200 seems doing worse, because the scrollwheel is depandant on this red pixel too
16:03:22funmanSince the Fuze & e200v2 have so much similarities, seeing if the problems you meet can be reproduced on e200v2 too
16:03:50funmanDid you find this "red pixel" by disassembly ?
16:04:01kugelthe e200 would probably have the display weirdness too if the display was wider (bitmap start to show pixel corruption if width > ~190)
16:04:33kugelfunman: no FlynDice found that on the e200, his scrollwheel only works if he didn't use cabbiev2, but another theme
16:04:42linuxstbLezard: I may be stating the obvious, but an important thing to remember is that Rockbox runs on about 30 different devices (varying a lot in physical characteristics) - so any usability study needs to take that into account.
16:05:10kugelafter investigating, he found that the red-part of the backdrop has to be above 127
16:05:29kugel127 in 24bit rgb sense
16:05:34linuxstbLezard: Also, some other students have just posted a link to a draft of their application here and asked for comments - before posting it on google's site. But as GodEater said, you can just do the same thing on google's site.
16:05:37PSPdemonO_O
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16:06:14kugelfunman: this doesn't apply for the fuze's wheel, but for the home button (and power to a less extend)
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16:06:26PSPdemonkugel: thats interesting, so you mean that the first pixel has to be 127?
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16:07:05kugelany pixel seems to work, it just has to be written just before reading. We took a pixel out of view for now
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16:10:53sir_lewkit's been working fine for some time, but now all of a sudden it either seems to hang on the apple logo screen, or rockbox's splash screen
16:11:34sir_lewkI'm trying to get it to at least mount on my computer so I can reinstall rockbox or back up my data
16:13:02sir_lewkoh whoa, just got it
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16:15:38GodEatersir_lewk, chkdsk time
16:17:08sir_lewkyeah
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16:30:17LambdaCalculus37Tested and working here.
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18:59:43*n1s would like some review of FS #10080 (especially the parts in the drivers) and some testing ;)
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19:15:44kugeln1s: I'm not sure about the several places of strlcpy(a,b, size+1). Doesn't that mean the \0 could potentially behind the buffer?
19:16:49kugelI would think if the original did buf[SIZE] = '\0', it would be a bug anyway
19:18:05kugelI remember that we agreed on MAX_PATH or _SIZE like #defines should already include the \0 some time ago
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19:27:35shirishI am shirish participating in this years gsoc
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19:29:22n1skugel: that is done mostly with buffers declared like char buf[SIZE+1] and that did strncpy with SIZE as the limit and then buf[SIZE] = 0 why do you think this is wrong?
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19:31:19n1sI'd rather not change the buffer sizes in a lot of places as a part of this patch but as a follow up at a later time
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19:33:01gevaertsshirish: hello!
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19:33:36shirishhi gevaerts
19:33:39domonokyshirish: so you want to write a tts engine from scratch for rockbox in gsoc ? why not try to port a existing tts engine ?
19:33:44n1samiconn: do you think the driver parts of FS #10080 looks ok?
19:34:06shirishhmmm
19:34:29shirishyes, i guess i would rather import any existing one
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19:34:43shirishthat was nice of you to suggest domonoky
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19:35:26amiconnUgh, strlcpy...
19:35:46kugeln1s: fine. Just saying that because we agreed on that some time ago (i.e. char buf[SIZE+1] shouldn't be done)
19:36:24shirishdomonoky , do i have to submit yet another proposal for this one
19:37:10gevaertsshirish: you should be able to edit the one that's already there
19:37:37domonokyshirish: also i think we would like to have a more detailed timeplan. So you need to think about how you can breakdown the project into smaller steps..
19:37:54n1samiconn: why ugh?
19:38:00*amiconn would rather not want to see strlcpy in rockbox
19:38:21shirishthank you gevaerts domonoky would be doing that right away
19:39:05kugelIt's on MrSomeonesTodoList, so it has been agreed on (by definition, kinda). Why not strlcpy?
19:39:17shirishAlso i would like to ask whether there is any lyrics plugin built with in
19:39:36kugelshirish: there's one on the tracker
19:40:22shirishok kugel
19:40:43kugelshirish: http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/7432?histring=snc%20viewrer
19:41:36Horschthm... from the description it does not seem to be supporting unsyncronized lyrics in tags
19:41:56amiconnMostly because of this imo perfectly valid argument: http://sources.redhat.com/ml/libc-alpha/2000-08/msg00058.html
19:41:56kugelit does, such as simple txt files
19:42:18Horschtkugel, hence "in tags" ;)
19:42:23kugeland I believe it supports lyrics in tags too, but I'm not sure
19:43:40kugelamiconn: so you would drop all str*cpy and just use memcpy?
19:44:09amiconnNo, I'd continue to use the standardized functions and take care of possible truncation in the code
19:44:32BagderI think those arguments are a bit elitist, like Drepper tends to be...
19:44:38n1samiconn: that does not apply to rockbox very much, 0 places checked for overflows from strncpy, several just \0 terminated the end of the buffer and severla places didn't handle it in any way
19:44:59amiconnBagder: The comment I liked to is by someone else
19:45:10amiconn*linked
19:45:17Bagderoh right, but you can find longer arguments against strlcpy by him
19:45:21*domonoky still likes strncpy with handling trunkating...
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19:45:44kugelThe quoted comment is by Drepper?
19:46:00amiconnYes, but I'm mainly referring to the answer, not the quote
19:46:06Bagderno, the quoted is not the answer is
19:46:16Bagderargh
19:46:18*Bagder is confusde
19:46:23*Bagder goes hiding instead
19:46:29amiconnAnd strlcpy has another problem: It does *not* nullterminate if the source string is empty
19:46:55amiconnSo you still need to handle a special case - nothing gained
19:47:15domonokythe real fun thing is: there x strxcpy versions out there, everyone whith its own flaw :-)
19:47:57*domonoky remembers sstrcpy and _sstrcpy and more :-)
19:51:05kugelstrlcpy isn't standard, so we can fix issues with it. Using standardized, but unsafer function is worse, imo
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19:51:49gevaertskugel: we can't fix it and keep calling it strlcpy I think (but that's a bit besides the point)
19:51:54*kugel thinks strlcpy is an improvement over strncpy in any way
19:52:08BagderI think so too
19:52:12Bagderit's a better API
19:53:13kugelgevaerts: Yes, we can :)
19:53:33rasherDoing so seems unwise
19:53:49kugelin theory, I mean. I won't argue whether it's good practise or nice or something.
19:54:10*domonoky opens a beer.. *prost* :-)
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19:57:55Bagderit should null terminate if the source string is empty
19:58:02Bagderas long as size isn't zero
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20:00:38kugelit does that, iiuc
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20:01:44BagderI read the man page after amiconn's claim and I see no support for that
20:02:28kugellooking at the code, the only problem I see is if size == 0, and src not null-terminated
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20:25:52amiconnSeems I misread that detail
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21:17:59amiconnn1s: Some of the changes in 10080 look rather wrong
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21:18:43amiconnThe most questionable one is the one in fat.c
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21:19:57amiconnIt looks like fat.c *relies* on strncpy behaviour
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21:20:41n1samiconn: yes, i expected some errors especially in the dirvers, what do you mean *relies* exactly?
21:21:25amiconnIt seems to rely on strncpy copying everything up to buffer length without null termination if the source is longer
21:22:20n1sso a memcpy would be more suitable?
21:22:23kugelsounds like a memcpy job to me
21:22:45amiconnIt might also rely on the zero-padding
21:23:07amiconnThe source string is certainly null-terminated, but most probably not padded
21:23:44*amiconn thinks that replacing all those calls in tried & tested code will probably cause more trouble than it's worth
21:23:47gevaertszero-padding at least seems like a good thing to do for FAT
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21:25:19kugelI'm not involved into filesystems, but why would you want to rely on \0-padding?
21:25:57n1samiconn: maybe, but when i asked people felt we should get rid of strncpy so that's what i did, surely that one or those two places can be padded with a memset
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21:26:38gevaertskugel: for rockbox it may not be too important, but you don't want to write data from random bits of memory to disk
21:26:52amiconnAlso, our strncpy is optimised, strlcpy is not
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21:27:45n1sand our optimized strncpy does the zero padding that is completely useless in the majority of cases
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21:28:14*gevaerts would vote against replacing the strncpy in fat.c with anything else. This is exactly the case that strncpy is good at
21:28:21kugelamiconn: this alignment optimisation can be done for strlcpy too
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21:29:42amiconnZero padding isn't useless...
21:30:27n1s"useless in the majority of cases"
21:31:04amiconnYes, but not all. And if you are going to *replace* strncpy, you need to take care of the cases where it is necessary
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21:33:33n1syes i know, and since i don't know all the rockbox code i asked for people to review it
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21:33:47amiconnAlso, the shortname entry case definitely relies on copying 11 chars without null-terminating, and zero-padding if the source is shorter
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21:36:16amiconnHmm, actually the shortname is space-padded, hence can't be shorther than 11 chars
21:37:00n1sso memcpy should be the way to go then
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21:40:25amiconnThe dotdir case seems to be ok
21:40:53*amiconn thinks that fat.c has quite some possibilities for optimisation though
21:41:06n1sand the other place in fat.c could use memcpy, right?
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21:41:41amiconnLooks like it
21:42:00n1sthanks you for looking at this
21:42:04n1s-s
21:42:45amiconnIf this is going to be committed it'll need to see rather extensive testing imo
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21:44:18n1sI intend to commit it and honestly though noone was seriously against but yes, much testing is needed
21:46:01n1samiconn: if you really don't like this i think you should take it up on the ml
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21:56:22fmlLambdaCalculus37: ping. I'd like to talk about your recent changes to the manual
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21:58:16LambdaCalculus37fml: I'm leaving work now; are you going to stick around for a while?
21:58:25LambdaCalculus37(and yes, I know the manual's broken)
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22:01:08fml LambdaCalculus37: I've fixed it. But I have some stylistic comments as well.
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22:14:02fmlIn the last change to rocklife.c, a variable is assigned a value and then a buffer of a variable length is declared. Is it standard C?
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22:16:21linuxstbfml: I think it's part of C99
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22:18:23linuxstbfml: That code looks dangerous though - it doesn't check for a maximum size...
22:19:42n1sIt is c99 and yes, easy to use to get nice StkOv messages :)
22:20:12fmllinuxstb: Do we use C99? I too thought that the code is dangerous. Why not read the file line by line?
22:20:39linuxstbfml: Yes, just what I was thinking... (reading the file line by line)
22:21:43Buschelhmm, did anyone ever managed to enable iPod 5G headphones without clicking?
22:21:49linuxstbOr at the very least, decide on a maximum filesize, and allocate that as a fixed-size array (also on the stack).
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22:22:49fmllinuxstb: or, even better, make it static
22:23:13linuxstbfml: That depends, if it fits on the stack, why not put it there?
22:23:21linuxstb(stack is in iram...)
22:23:29linuxstb(generally...)
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22:24:00fmllinuxstb: yes, but in the stack fits less than static IMO. If we had an infinite stack then I'd surely prefer stack
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22:25:33linuxstbfml: Well, I think we agree that the current method is the worst option...
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22:30:12fmllinuxstb: not to mention that there is no check whether the loaded file would shoot beyond the grid
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22:58:05Davide-NYCHello afternoon all, quick question: Now that USB mode has been enabled for the Sansa e200 series is it possible to entirely remove the OF? (other than the Sansa Bootloader)
22:58:52kugelDavide-NYC: yes
22:59:11Davide-NYCAre there instructions on how to accomplish this?
22:59:47kugelcompile your own bootloader, take the bootloader.rom and use it with the sansapatcher'
22:59:54kugelsansapatcher's -bl option
22:59:58Davide-NYCDoes bootloader USB mode with that bootloader?
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23:00:02evilnick_Davide-NYC: Hi there - I think that the instructions are in the flyspray task for the new bootloaders
23:00:12Davide-NYChello nick
23:00:44kugelDavide-NYC: what? there's no usb mode in rockbox' bootloader
23:00:59evilnick_Davide-NYC: I have an H140 ready for spare parts if you're interested?
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23:01:22Davide-NYCso what happens if you plug in (USB) the unit in the off state and then turn it on?
23:01:40kugelnothing
23:01:43Davide-NYCNick, what on earth do you keep doing to your players?
23:01:50Davide-NYCkugel: thanks
23:01:51kugelit boots rockbox, which then enters usb mode
23:01:59Davide-NYCperfect
23:03:20ufomanis it possible to brick X5 with firmware update or sth like that?
23:03:20evilnick_Davide-NYC: Heh, this is my oldest Rockbox target, and it doesn't boot when plugged into AC power and I can't really be bothered to fix it up. I thought that you might like to have it to add to your collection,
23:04:22Davide-NYCdoes it boot if *not* plugged into AC power?
23:06:06evilnick_Unlikely. I haven't tried in months, it's possible that the right amount of "Nintendo" style blowing of contacts could revive it.
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23:08:46ufomanso ummm... shall I assume X5 is unbrickable by usual means?
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23:09:33Davide-NYCnick, check your private chat window
23:10:52Lloreanufoman: Please use real words like "something" and not things like "sth" in here. I believe this is explained in the IrcGuidelines page.
23:11:27ufomanI blame being cold...
23:11:39ufoman*having
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23:12:42fmlLambdaCalculus37: (for the log) I think the description of the action in the file format table should use the imperative form ("Load the file") and not the the third person ("Loads the file") as it's done for the other formats. Or we should change it everywhere. But it should use the same form.
23:13:27Bagderufoman: yes the x5 is virtually impossible to brick
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23:14:02ufomanBagder: cool, so I can proceed with the dualboot stuff :)
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23:15:18fmlAlso, since the action is performed in the context of the selected file, we should (IMO) use "the", i.e. "Load the FM Presets". And without "you". It's frendlier, yes, but I think we agreed to use more formal style :-)
23:23:32ufomanok... dual boot works :)
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23:36:22LambdaCalculus37fml: Still here?
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23:36:43casainhoBagder: ping
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23:37:07Bagderyes?
23:37:29*LambdaCalculus37 waves to Davide-NYC
23:37:37Davide-NYCHey Rob@
23:38:31LambdaCalculus37Davide-NYC: I figured out what happened to that first gen nano... the charging circuit had indeed gone kablooey.
23:38:42Davide-NYCyou manage to fix her?
23:39:04LambdaCalculus37Nope. I haven't really got the hardware repair skills necessary to make such a repair.
23:39:17LambdaCalculus37It's a shame, because it would've been a perfectly working target otherwise.
23:39:34casainhoBagder: can you please give a look to the next patch of Lyre?
23:39:56Bagderwhen I get time and energy, sure
23:40:52casainhoBagder: ok, thanks!! :-)
23:41:12LambdaCalculus37Davide-NYC: I wanted to ask... have you got any other spare parts from other targets lying around?
23:41:21casainhoBagder: I am being talking with Olimex, they are not sure about this project.
23:41:32*LambdaCalculus37 will take this to -community so we don't clog up these logs here
23:43:00casainhoBagder: luckly there is a guy (an individual as us) that may help us, we are in conversations. That guy is doing at home his own boards, designing and assembly, surface mount tecnhology (oven reflow)
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23:44:07fmlLambdaCalculus37: good evening! I wrote something for you in the logs :-) I won't stay here for very long now.
23:44:37LambdaCalculus37fml: I saw. I'll fix it up.
23:44:47casainhoBagder: and that guy is after selling his boards on Ebay: http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZopendous . And was luck, because he was doing right now his first ARM9 dev. board as a product to sell online. He want now to help us, we he uses always Free Software tools: http://code.google.com/p/avropendous/
23:45:18fmlLambdaCalculus37: do you agree with the comments? That were just thoughts, not an order! :-)
23:45:35LambdaCalculus37fml: No, I agree with them. :)
23:46:36fmlLambdaCalculus37: ok. Enjoy the evening and the chat. Bye!
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23:52:30*Davide-NYC remembers nothing of that target
23:52:46Bagderhttp://www.rockbox.org/download/ <= BIG shiny button
23:52:48Davide-NYC(sorry, wrong window)
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23:53:45EternalRainsShiny!!!
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23:54:02linuxstbLambdaCalculus37: Did you also read the discussion of r20591?
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23:56:04Davide-NYCIs the latest version of sansapatcher the one from Dec 2008?
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23:57:33LambdaCalculus37Davide-NYC: I believe so.
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23:58:02LambdaCalculus37linuxstb: Yes, I saw.

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