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#rockbox log for 2009-10-15

00:01:08*n1s wonders if amiconn has an oppinion on this as he's basically the only dev with one of those afaik
00:01:24 Join radioactix [0] (n=radioact@unaffiliated/radioactix)
00:01:27radioactixhi
00:01:37amiconnMy opinion is that we shouldn't overdo this categorization
00:01:58*gevaerts agrees
00:02:04*bertrik_ too
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00:02:24LambdaCalculus37n1s: I have one as well. :)
00:02:27gevaertsAs far as I'm concerned the point was to get more people using a port sooner
00:02:33LambdaCalculus37Although little time on my hands to play with it.
00:02:33n1sok, but would you deem the port good enough for daily use?
00:03:05LambdaCalculus37n1s: The 2G iPod is very stable (for me), so yes, I think it's good enough for daily use.
00:03:15n1sok then :)
00:03:17radioactixwhen will rockbox for the sansa fuze be released?
00:03:19*linuxstb agrees with not overdoing it, but still thinks that a "top-tier" would be useful - both for users to know the best-supported targets, and for devs to have something to aim for...
00:03:23LambdaCalculus37Currently plugging in a FW cable causes the iPod to reboot to disk mode.
00:03:52LambdaCalculus37So someone can probably work on a native FireWire mode for that port.
00:04:01n1sgevaerts: so the categories are reall "old mostly working ports", "newer mostly working ports" and "ports not quite there yet" ?
00:04:44gevaertsLambdaCalculus37: does that cause real issues though?
00:04:59*bertrik_ is pretty much OK with the current categorization on the rockbox main page, and only dislikes the title 'unstable' a bit (would rather see 'useable')
00:05:11radioactixwould be nice to get an answer ;)
00:05:25linuxstbradioactix: The answer is that we never predict things...
00:05:38bertrik_radioactix, could be next release, or maybe not
00:05:41linuxstb(as we are all volunteers doing this in whatever spare time we have)
00:05:47radioactixok
00:05:49LambdaCalculus37gevaerts: No, Rockbox works happily without a native FW mode.
00:05:55radioactixso it's in work?
00:06:24bertrik_yes, it's starting to get quite usable I hear
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00:06:31linuxstbradioactix: It's "released" now - in as far as you can download it from the Rockbox website and install it.
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00:07:02radioactixis there the risk to break something if i use it on my fuze v1?
00:07:40linuxstbI think it's pretty safe - as far as I know no-one has ever broken a fuze by running Rockbox. But we don't offer guarantees...
00:07:50gevaertsn1s: it looks a bit like that, yes :). It's true that some of the existing supported ports wouldn't achieve the highest level today, but I'm not sure if that means we have to move things around
00:08:21radioactixok, thanks for the information
00:08:25radioactixcya
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00:09:11n1sgevaerts: of course we don't have to, i'm just trying to understand how consistent we want to be
00:09:14gevaertsLambdaCalculus37: in that case I wouldn't consider that to be an issue at all, except in the purist sense
00:09:43gevaertsn1s: my vote is to first let the naming and requirement discussion settle a bit
00:09:43*linuxstb would like to be consistent - and hence relegate the less complete "Stable" ports
00:09:53LambdaCalculus37gevaerts: Yeah, it's more of a "it would be nice" type of issue than a "holy crap this is a show stopper" issue.
00:10:21*linuxstb thinks the question is simple - do we want a "gold-standard" top tier, with quite tough requirements for entry, or do we keep things the same as they are.
00:10:42Unhelpfulkugel: no problem. i'll admit i kind of barely skimmed the WPS parts of it. i haven't had cause to understand WPS in any depth before, and i haven't time now. :)
00:10:56gevaertsLambdaCalculus37: firewire ipods don't even miss out on things like HID due to using the OF
00:10:57kugelJdGordon|: interesting, WPS_ALBUMART_NONE is even only (expecitely, since it's 0 it may set implicitely elsewhere) set for the temp skin_albumart used for determining whether to restart playback
00:11:21kugelUnhelpful: the wps part is the easy part :)
00:11:55*gevaerts concedes that you could do lots of fun things with firewire, but he doesn't think that anyone would actually bother
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00:12:22TheSevengevaerts: what's the point in that zero-byte OUT transfer on EP0 after the status stage of every EP0 transaction?
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00:12:25linuxstbgevaerts: I seem to remember reading that the firewire in the ipods wasn't capable of the fun stuff. But I can't remember the details...
00:12:30Unhelpfulkugel: after i get back to work i want to finish the PF scrolling work i started... and then perhaps i can take a stab at "fixing" the scaler to be efficient in multi-AA.
00:12:31TheSevenis that supposed to re-setup EP0 for the next one?
00:12:41kugelthe comment for WPS_ALBUMART_NONE says /* WPS does not contain AA tag */ in which case there isn't even a skin_albumart struct allocated to hold this value
00:12:50kugelI'm quite confident it's safe to remove
00:13:29kugelUnhelpful: yay, PF scrolling is nasty, it makes it hard to just use the center align flag for viewports do draw everything centered
00:13:39gevaertslinuxstb: oh, that totally removes my interest in it...
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00:14:12linuxstbgevaerts: Don't quote me on that though...
00:14:26kugelthe reason PF uses it's own scrolling is that it doesn't draw text line oriented, since the core doesn't really support that (IIUC)
00:14:36Unhelpfulkugel: there's a center align flag? never seen it. i have an FS task for the hooks PF will need to use the core scroll engine.
00:14:45kugelit's new :)
00:14:52gevaertsTheSeven: good question. I'm wondering now if that isn't actually something ARC specific...
00:15:10kugelUnhelpful: how's my patch ineffecient, is there something you don't like?
00:15:14Unhelpfulthe fix for *that* part is very small, you need only allocate a viewport for each of the magic places PF places text, and then draw on line zero.
00:15:52TheSevengevaerts: actually that was breaking EP0 regs for me, as I didn't expect to ever see a recv on EP0
00:15:56Unhelpfulkugel: it's an issue that goes deeper into the scaler than you want to. with some work i believe image data can go through the loader *just once* and then be scaled to several sizes.
00:16:03kugela) I don't think one bufopen should open more than 1 handle, b) my way allows to search for cover.X.X.bmp for each resolution
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00:17:04Unhelpfulah... yes, there will be some icky interactions with what the buffer needs. :/
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00:18:17Unhelpfulperhaps by getting scaled sizes for all of the sizes, allocating buffers for each image, and only *then* actually loading?
00:20:15gevaertsTheSeven: that's actually correct for the status stage I think, unless your controller already does that
00:20:25*gevaerts thinks that it's too late to properly think about this
00:20:39Unhelpfuli just think that if possible we should avoid reading the file from disk, and decoding, multiple times. *if possible*.
00:20:43*TheSeven never dealt with that
00:20:56JdGordon|you want each image in a seperate handle though... so you can close the "next tracks AA" handle while keeping the "this tracks aa" handle open, where they are different
00:21:04Unhelpfulit will tie in to other scaler code-style fixes i feel obligated to do, anyway, so i'll hit those first.
00:21:41kugelI'm not a big fan of your idea right now, but I'm confident you'll be doing something awesome :) just keep in mind that it that it was a lot of work to make buffering as generic as it is now (it still isn't totally but good enough to be used for several places), so don't break it too much :p
00:23:33kugelbufopen'ing each image before doing the scaling doesn't sound too bad
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00:34:13CIA-85New commit by 03nls (r23178): Remove private memcpy wrapper that is no longer needed since r19847 and may cause issues with newer gcc versions, inspired by patch in FS #10676 by Duy ...
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00:35:01kugeln1s: heh, I was about to accept that patch (the first one) too, I actually noticed the problem a few month ago when doing my 4.4.1 test
00:36:27n1sthat means i win! \o/
00:37:25n1si actualyy think i have seen it before too but never bothered to fix it since it didn't cause problems
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00:40:03kugelUnhelpful: are there some kind of api functions for struct dim?
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00:40:17kugelI guess not since it's a really simple one
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00:46:55JdGordon|so just to be annoying/pedantic.... there are now 3 targets mentinos in the Stable ports section as "(not X series/model) that are in the lesser two groups....
00:47:07JdGordon|beast, AMS sansa, nano2g
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00:51:37kugelJdGordon|: technically correct since those are not in the stable ;)
00:52:28JdGordon|yes, well those ()'s should all be removed imo
00:52:35kugelWe should rather add a similar note for all stable ipods next to the nano2g :D
00:53:05kugelor just remove those, yes, pretty pointless to keep them
00:53:08JdGordon|or a big fat "IF ITS NOT MENITONED IN ANY OF THESE GROUPS, ITS NOT FUCKING SUPORTED IN ANY SHAPE OR FORM"
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01:01:42kugeljust out of curiosity, because it doesn't make a difference for the small dim (just has a width and height member) struct anyway, but I want to check if two of them are equal. would memcmp faster or slower?
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01:03:19amiconnAfaik gcc uses memcmp for comparing larger structs
01:03:20kugelour memcmp is optimized for multiple of long sized, long aligned locations
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01:04:08amiconn...same way as it uses memcpy for copying them
01:04:53kugelamiconn: how does that work? there's syntactically no way to compare structs
01:05:00amiconnmemcmp is one of the four functions a freestanding environment has to provide
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01:06:06amiconnHmm, right
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01:07:11amiconnBut gcc may use memcmp calls itself, not sure what for
01:07:32kugelit would be dangerious, because of padding gaps, but in this case I would know there's none
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01:30:09TheSeven[48667.264041] usb 2-1: new full speed USB device using uhci_hcd and address 3
01:30:11TheSeven[48667.388037] usb 2-1: device descriptor read/64, error -71
01:30:13TheSeven[48667.612036] usb 2-1: device descriptor read/64, error -71
01:30:15TheSeven[48667.828037] usb 2-1: new full speed USB device using uhci_hcd and address 4
01:30:16TheSeven[48668.003065] usb 2-1: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice
01:30:17TheSeven[48668.063320] scsi44 : SCSI emulation for USB Mass Storage devices
01:30:19TheSeven[48668.065092] usb-storage: device found at 4
01:30:21TheSeven[48668.065097] usb-storage: waiting for device to settle before scanning
01:30:23TheSeven[48673.066133] usb-storage: device scan complete
01:30:24TheSeven[48673.176042] usb 2-1: reset full speed USB device using uhci_hcd and address 4
01:30:26TheSeven[48673.504038] usb 2-1: reset full speed USB device using uhci_hcd and address 4
01:30:27DBUGEnqueued KICK TheSeven
01:30:27TheSeven[48673.832037] usb 2-1: reset full speed USB device using uhci_hcd and address 4
01:30:29TheSeven[48674.152041] usb 2-1: reset full speed USB device using uhci_hcd and address 4
01:30:31TheSeven(sorry, couldn't refrain from posting this :-P )
01:30:36TheSevenstill far away from being perfect, but yeah, it was identified as being mass storage!
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01:31:59sansauserhey again guys
01:32:14sansauserseems my e200 is completely dead yeah, no manufacturing mode no nothin
01:32:47amiconnTheSeven: Any reason this isn't using high speed?
01:33:02TheSevenyes, the host doesn't support it :-/
01:33:26amiconnSuch hosts still exist these days?
01:33:35TheSevenwell, it's not *that* old
01:33:41TheSevenan old P4 2GHz machine
01:35:13sansauserall i get is blue light, nothing else, it isnt detected by the pc at all
01:36:41sansausertried to reseat the nand, no diff
01:38:28sansauserany tips?
01:38:43CtcpIgnored 1 channel CTCP requests in 0 seconds at the last flood
01:38:43*TheSeven suspects that it's CONTROL reqs working, but not BULK
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01:42:42mc2739sansauser: have you tried everything here: http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/SansaE200Unbrick
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01:45:11sansauserwell, booting original formware doesnt work, recovery mode doesnt work, and manufacture mode doesnt work, so i guess ive tried everything on that page
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01:46:16*TheSeven wonders what all these %W%s are
01:47:38*sansauser guesses they should be formatted W's warning signs?
01:47:45sansauserbold or italic, i dunno
01:48:29mc2739TheSeven: it's a shortcut for a warning icon from the old wiki system
01:49:00kugelUnhelpful: struct dim works nicely
01:49:41amiconn%W% should be replaced with %X% now
01:50:01amiconnIt used to be an alternate shortcut for the warning icon
01:50:03kugelsansauser: I doubt manufacturing mode doesn't work
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01:50:13sansauserwell
01:50:23sansauseri do as it says, and my pc doesnt see a new device
01:50:27kugelit's phsiycally broken if it doesn't
01:50:40sansauserwell then i guess thats my problem
01:50:43kugelsansauser: well, that message doesn't come in that mode
01:51:00kugelyou need linux and e200tool to operate in that mode
01:51:18sansausero rly, so windows wouldnt detect anything at al?
01:51:30sansausernot in device manager even
01:51:32kugelit does, but it doesn't let you know
01:51:59sansauserid atleast expect to see an "unknown device
01:52:07sansauserbut ok, ill check in linux
01:52:08sansauserbrb
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01:52:25kugelsansauser: linux won't tell you either, not in an obvious way at least
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01:52:53kugeldmesg will probably show something, but if you run e200tool it will definitely see it
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01:58:36sansauserok back
01:58:46sansauserlsusb and dmesg doesnt show it either, in any mode
01:58:57sansauserso its physically broken then
01:59:25sansauserthere wouldnt happen to be a shop that specifically sells used e200's? .p
01:59:26sansauser:P
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02:00:00sansauserif my nand isnt broken, but something on the mainboard, would it be transferable to say, a 2g version, my nand should be 6g
02:00:07sansauser2gb* 6gb*
02:00:59TheSevensansauser: you did power it off, turn on lock, hold the center button, and then, while holding it, insert USB?
02:01:07TheSevencan you even still turn it off?
02:01:15sansauserwell, uh
02:01:34sansausercurrently tha battery isnt even in, so it gets power when the usb is plugged in
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02:01:58TheSevenok, good (me didn't even know these things had a removable battery)
02:02:06sansauserhaha
02:02:17sansauserjust remove the back plate solid metal
02:02:26*TheSeven has no idea about sansas
02:02:52sansauserbut yes, if i have the battery inserted i can power it off by holding the powerbutton for about 12 secs
02:03:10TheSevenso you did try with the center button instead of the record one, and lsusb still doesn't show anything?
02:03:18sansauseryes
02:03:26krazykityes, you can transfer the nand daughterboard between motherboards just fine
02:03:27TheSeventhat's not good at all.
02:05:36sansauserkrazykit: ill keep the stuff and then buy a new one if i see one then
02:06:08TheSevenanother question: what did you do to it to make that happen?
02:06:50sansauserto make it this broken?
02:06:55TheSevenyes
02:06:56sansauserwell
02:07:09sansauserwhen it was pretty new, the headphone jack went loose
02:07:29sansauserwarranty nerds said it was general usage damage and refused to replace it
02:07:37sansauserso i opened the bitch up, and saw this
02:07:50sansauserone of the channels pads had come of the motheboard
02:08:26sansausersoldered cable from the capacitor to the headphone jack and my sound was back
02:08:49sansausera while later the contacts at the motherboard for the batteries, (the solder pads) broke
02:08:54sansausersome solder fixed that too
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02:09:07sansauserthen for some reason i got black screens now and then
02:09:13sansausera few months afterwards
02:09:33sansausergiving it light taps on the screen while booting often fixed it, so i didnt bother
02:09:43sansauserand then suddenly it wouldnt boot up at all
02:10:00sansauserand thats the rough life of my sansa e280 :)
02:10:03sansauser6gb model
02:10:19sansausercost like 200€ when it was new
02:10:26sansauserseveral years ago
02:10:34sansauserso its served its purpose i guess
02:10:47sansausersince im an apple hater
02:11:01sansauserim also a firefox hater, i still use ff on linux though
02:11:11sansauserbut on win7, ie8 and chrome
02:11:34sansauserwell, ill suffice with a C120 for now
02:11:45sansauserhope i can rockbox it in near future
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02:16:33Unhelpfulkugel: what, dim_set_width(struct dim * dim, int width) or such?
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02:17:36kugelUnhelpful: no, I rather thought of comparing two dims, but it's too simple to worry about :)
02:17:45kugelor validating against screen dimensions
02:21:31kugelUnhelpful: dim works nicely, I can drop the entire function that was passed and the width/height members of struct skin_albumart and pass the dim pointer around
02:22:10kugeland even easily check whether a slot that wants the same dimensions exists already
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02:26:29*TheSeven really needs to go to bed
02:26:47TheSevenI wrote debugf instead of logf and wondered why that didn't work :-P
02:29:20*TheSeven now wonders how an endpoint can be enabled and disabled at the same time
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02:33:17*TheSeven is too tired to concentrate and/or work efficiently, so he'll treat this as a partial success for today, and go to bed now
02:36:17Unhelpfulkugel: it might be worth replacing the struct with a union of an int and an anon struct... then you could still address width and height readily, but you could also compare dim1.whole to dim2.whole...
02:37:00kugeljust for saving .dim?
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02:38:04Unhelpfulkugel: it would make comparison of two dims easier, and you could also very easily check for a "null" dim.
02:38:39kugelisn't that a bit risky with regards to 64bit plattforms?
02:39:36kugelI just see the dimensions are shorts, why is that?
02:40:05robin0800found a new? format mode on my c240 with unit off set hold on, hold play and power on device can someone confirm this before I add it to the wiki
02:40:07Unhelpfulkugel: it needn't be. union { uint32_t whole; struct { uint16_t width; uint16_t height; }; } dim; :)
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02:40:39Unhelpfuli don't know why they're shorts, aside from it will never really be reasonable to deal with dimensions >2^15 ;)
02:42:07kugelit doesn't really save noticeable ram, does it? iiuc working with the naitive format is generally a tad bit faster
02:42:36kugelI don't feel like obfuscating the code with that magic
02:44:16Unhelpful"native" format won't be any faster here, accessing both members is probably two loads from memory either way
02:45:24kugelI wonder if gcc is able to optimize it to load it with 1 fetch, then masking it
02:46:30kugelironically I just changed x and y (and width, height too in that run) of skin_albumart to use ints to make it work with parse_list, now I'm changing it back
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03:39:46ruckus1hey folks! would this be a good place to suggest ideas?
03:40:41Strife89ruckus1: I think so, but Feature Ideas on the forums is also a good place.
03:40:56ruckus1well this is really simple
03:41:02ruckus1(or so I hope)
03:41:18Strife89Go for it. :)
03:42:11ruckus1i use the metronome plug in a lot, but I have my rockbox configured to shut down 2 minutes after I unplug my headphones. well this doesn't happen then the metronome plug in is running. it's been couple of times when I discovered the thing has been running all night
03:42:28ruckus1do I make sense?
03:42:40Dgby714yes
03:43:07Strife89You want a cutoff timer for the Metronome?
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03:43:13Dgby714you accedently leave teh metronome plugin running and the device dosnt go off
03:43:20ruckus1yes
03:43:38ruckus1Dgby714: the "yes" was for you
03:43:44ruckus1:)
03:44:16Strife89ruckus1: If it's not a cutoff timer you want, I don't know what it is that you do. :)
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03:44:52shthowdy folks
03:45:39ruckus1Strife89: i am not quite sure what you mean by "cutoff timer"
03:46:17Strife89ruckus1: What I mean is, are you asking for an optional timer that will quit the Metronome plugin after a set amount of time?
03:46:22shtso I need some help
03:46:40Dgby714i think he wants a build of rockbox with "rb->reset_poweroff_timer();" commented out in teh metronome app
03:46:50shtjust, you know, throwing that out there
03:47:06Dgby714sht, just ask and read the guidlines.
03:47:30shtok
03:47:46shtI've got a 5g 30 gb ipod
03:47:59shttrying to install rockbox on vista
03:48:17shtgettin the "no ipod detected" error
03:48:32Dgby714Running as Administrator?
03:48:59shtah, I have to run the util as admin?
03:49:13Dgby714i think you do =)
03:49:32shthm, just tried it
03:49:34shtstill no dice
03:49:41Dgby714hmm
03:49:42Strife89Dgby714: The problem with that idea is, I suspect a lot of users have the idle shutdown time set at 10 minutes. Most people who need a metronome use it for longer than 10 minutes at a time.
03:49:56shtI put the ipod in disk mode
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03:50:05shtshould it not be?
03:50:38ruckus1Strife89: but i want the plugin to follow my configuration of rockbox and shutdown after i've unplugged my headphones for 2 minutes
03:51:07ruckus1Strife89: you know what I mean?
03:51:16Strife89ruckus1: Yep, I do now. :)
03:51:34Dgby714ruckus1: you'll have to ether compile yourself or find someone to compile for you with line 841 of apps/plugins/metronome.c commented
03:51:43ruckus1so "2" was only a number i threw there
03:52:24ruckus1this cannot be included in an official release?!
03:53:17shtnope, that fails too
03:53:46Strife89ruckus1: It could, if you made a patch, and that patch was of good quality.
03:54:05ruckus1Strife89: :( if I could only code!
03:54:16Strife89ruckus1: Or if you stirred up someone to do it in your stead. :)
03:54:22ruckus1lol
03:54:26Strife89ruckus1: Alas, I can't code either. :(
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03:54:46ruckus1ok, i'll just post this on the forums, and maybe somebody will feel harassed enough to do it
03:54:52ruckus1:)
03:54:54Dgby714same, but im learning
03:55:06shtmaybe I should do the same...
03:55:09Strife89ruckus1: Harassing in the most literal sense will get you nowhere. :)
03:55:23Dgby714lol
03:55:23ruckus1i am not a literal person
03:55:26Strife89ruckus1: Try to appeal to another's interests. :)
03:55:40ruckus1i think harassing can be quite charming, if done right
03:55:43ruckus1:)
03:55:46Strife89:)
03:56:10Strife89Whatever you do, give it your best shot, and good luck. :)
03:56:35Dgby714sht: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1353#ipodfifth <−− that is your ipod?
03:56:36ruckus1lol cool
03:56:46shtipodcatcher.exe does the same thing
03:57:35shtyup, that's it
03:57:38shtthe white one
03:58:23Dgby714hmmm
03:58:34shtit's mounted and everything
03:59:06shtmaybe I should try in xbuntu on my other box
03:59:10*Dgby714 knows nothing about the 5 gen as he has a 2nd gen nano >.<
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04:06:45shtok, I'll try again another time. somebody else must have run into this before.
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04:26:56shtlooked at the about > system info
04:27:13shtthe ipod shows as mounted at drive F:
04:27:20shtbut no usb devices detected
04:27:26shtrunning as admin
04:27:55shtI'm stymied
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06:41:51FlynDicefunman: re FS #10669 Is your intent with the HAVE_MULTIDRIVE to cut out that code from the clip?
06:45:37funmanyes, because the clip has no µSD and this code is only needed for targets with µSD slots
06:47:22FlynDiceOK, that makes sense I'm looking for 13.5 hrs here, should we start a lottery ;)
06:48:04funmanif card_detect_target() returns false perhaps the code is optimized away by gcc, but i think it also makes the code clearer
06:48:04funmanFlynDice: hmm 1 internet to win for the first to beat the OF battery life ;)
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06:49:00funmanFlynDice: why don't you want to put that code under #ifdef HAVE_MULTIDRIVE ?
06:49:22FlynDicesorry , don't know the lingo, what's an internet worth..? surely that must be at least a case of beer!
06:49:59funmanI'll define the currency when we know the winner, that'll make more beer for me and less for you ;)
06:50:15Dgby714lol
06:51:02FlynDiceI get lost in all the #ifdefs as it is! I don't know what's better, but both work and I will surely defer to experience...
06:57:44stoojIs it possible to edit id3 tags within rockbox?
06:58:22funmanFlynDice: the different defines are a bit confusing, I think it really should be HOTSWAP
06:58:36funmanstooj: not that I know, have you read the manual ?
06:59:18stoojJust reading through it just now, funman
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07:17:42funmansaratoga: I just found something about the memmove() calls in buffering.c , they can be harmful if the buffer is not much larger than the largest data we have to move (which can be big for buffered codecs)
07:18:41funmanFlynDice: is FS #10308 still needed?
07:19:14funmanand FS #10507 (i'm looking at AMS related tasks)
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07:47:37SharnHey guys... stupid little question... i'm running rockbox on a cowon d2 from an sd card, and i can't figure out how to use the save file dialogs (fm presets, images, etc), i can type, but how do i enter?
07:50:21gitsterCould somebody please apply FS #10673?
07:55:44funmanSharn: looks like "enter" is not implemented on D2 keymap
07:55:56Sharnoh, awesome
07:57:05funmancheck apps/keymap/keymap-cowond2.c (look for _keyboard)
07:57:47pixelmaSharn: try long press in the center
07:58:18Sharnpixelma: will do when i get a second
07:58:26pixelmafunman: the D2 is a touchscreen target so the generic touchscreen keymap should apply too, no?
07:59:10funmanah I didn't know it was a touchscreen (and don't know how touchscreen keymaps work)
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08:11:06Sharnpixelma: awesome, long press works. thanks a ton :)
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08:39:37amiconnfunman, FlynDice: Both #defines have their own meaning. Ideally the code should be ifdefed so that you can disable either and still be able to build
08:40:13amiconnOr rather, HAVE_MULTIDRIVE should work without HAVE_HOTSWAP, the reverse doesn't make sense
08:41:47amiconnHAVE_MULTIDRIVE enables support for more than one drive. Without HAVE_HOTSWAP this means it would detect and use a µSD card plugged in at boot, but not detect plugin or removal of cards
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09:22:03n1swow, a button combo to reformat the drive, the beast sure is crazy
09:27:06pixelmathe beast?
09:28:28pixelmathought it was the c200 - and then I wouldn't announce it loudly as it seems the OF's reformat can leave it in an unusable state (hence gevaerts' eraser tool)
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09:46:03n1spixelma: i was reffering to Torne's latest addition to GigabeatSOriginalLoader didn't know the c200 could do this too but formatting both partitions on the beast will also make it unusable untill you install a firmware again so it seems very stupid to me :)
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09:50:51TheSevengevaerts: what does to usb core call in the driver to un-stall and thus set DATA0 PID on an endpoint?
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09:57:55TheSevengevaerts: what the USB core is doing seems to be entirely nonsense to me
09:58:36TheSevenit's re-requesting endpoints after each and every GET_DESCRIPTOR request, but not after SET_CONFIGURATION
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10:11:05funmanpyro_maniac: do you know which YH920 model lowlight has ? (napster or another one). The batteries could be different between those
10:12:07TheSevenWTF
10:12:39TheSevenusb_drv_send is called with 0 for EP0 but 0x81 for EP1 as an argument!?
10:13:43funmanbit 7 is a mask ?
10:13:48TheSevenyes
10:14:13TheSevenit means that it's an IN endpoint. but the standard control pipe also is one!
10:15:57TheSevenhttp://pastie.org/655755
10:16:06TheSevenwow... but... What the hell!?
10:16:21TheSeven"Unsupported sector size 136166816"!?
10:17:49*funman bets it's not a Linux bug
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10:21:01linuxstbZagor: Can you update www?
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10:21:23linuxstbThanks
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10:22:32linuxstbZagor: The "old" pages (linked from daily.shtml) look slightly broken (a Content-type: header in the middle of the page) - e.g. http://www.rockbox.org/dl.cgi?bin=recorder
10:22:53Zagoroh
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10:30:43briantwhat are some good uses of lua?
10:31:07briantI can't seem to find anything?
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10:57:48TheSeven[ 5996.806231] sd 24:0:0:0: [sdc] 3964928 2048-byte logical blocks: (8.12 GB/7.56 GiB)
10:57:50TheSeven[ 5996.811171] sd 24:0:0:0: [sdc] Assuming drive cache: write through
10:57:51TheSeven[ 5996.811194] sd 24:0:0:0: [sdc] Attached SCSI removable disk
10:57:53TheSeventheseven@rockbox-dev:~/rockbox-trunk/build/nano2-app$ sudo mount /dev/sdc2 /mnt
10:57:54TheSeventheseven@rockbox-dev:~/rockbox-trunk/build/nano2-app$ ls /mnt
10:57:56TheSevenbattery_bench.txt iLoader Musik
10:57:57TheSeventheseven@rockbox-dev:~/rockbox-trunk/build/nano2-app$
10:58:01gevaertsTheSeven: it should stop doing that after SET_ADDRESS. Are you sure you don't have weird bus resets anymore?
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10:58:22funmanTheSeven: nice!
10:58:35*gevaerts warns TheSeven about those pastes now that logbot is op again
10:58:46gevaertsand yes, congratulations!
10:59:07*funman looks again at USB code for Sansa AMS and notices freezes
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11:00:09TheSevenhmm, there's still something wrong. i can access the disk fine, but unmounting locks up?
11:00:40gevaertsunmounting means mounting again in rockbox
11:00:55TheSevenno, the umount command on the hosts locks up
11:01:12gevaertsah, interesting
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11:01:25TheSevensome io error stuff in the syslog
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11:01:57TheSevenlooks like there is trouble with writes in general
11:03:44NHealverne.freenode.net irc.freenode.net
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11:04:31Tornen1s: Yeah, the beast is just a pile of laughs.
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11:05:03Tornen1s: the button handling code in the bootloader is also buggy; if i interpret the bug correctly, then it doesn't notice you letting go of keys
11:05:19pyro_maniacfunman: as far as i know, lowlight only got a yh820
11:05:26Tornewhich means that if you press the reformat combination and let go it still reformats anyway :)
11:05:47funmanpyro_maniac: i think he got a yh920 to work on sound output
11:06:19pyro_maniacno he asked other people to test his changes
11:07:30pyro_maniachow could i find out that battery difference? i got both versions
11:08:15funmanpyro_maniac: http://www.rockbox.org/irc/log-20090902#22:08:41
11:08:38TheSevengevaerts: do you know what an ECONNRESET (Connection reset by peer, -104) is in linux USB terms? A stall?
11:08:41funmanYou could compare 2 runs of battery_bench
11:08:56gevaertsnever seen that
11:09:42pyro_maniacfunman: oh i missed that. but he really told me, that he has none some time ago
11:10:01funmanI've found in the OF where the ADC_* registers are stored in a structure, but not where they are used. I hope low_light comes back with the formula for voltage calculation
11:10:15pyro_maniaci will make a battery bench as soon as possible
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11:14:23n1sTorne: i still love the "random" reformat bug best though :)
11:14:35Tornewell that's what i'm trying to get to the bottom of :)
11:14:44Tornebut in the process i'm discovering all kinds of hilarity
11:14:51pyro_maniacfunman: did you test radio too?
11:15:03funmanyep
11:15:40pyro_maniacmy "yepp" YH920 has no FM in OF but there it works too :-)
11:16:16pyro_maniacis that patch really that hacky as lowlight said?
11:16:46funmanI think it disables sound when playing files
11:17:27pyro_maniacits a pitty that it depends that much on lowlight
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11:26:50briantI've searched and searched - what can I use lua for?
11:27:16briantmaybe it's some kind of inside joke or something?
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11:27:53linuxstbbriant: You can do most things in lua that any other rockbox plugin can do.
11:28:06briantlike what?
11:28:46funmandisplay things, read buttons
11:28:53brianti'd like to read just the text from a html file without the tags - can I do that?
11:29:08briantlike sed stuff
11:29:11funmansure
11:29:28linuxstbThere's no regexp library though...
11:29:50linuxstb(afaik...)
11:29:54briantoh, thats not very helpful, then is it?
11:30:53briantthe amount of things this player can do is awesome, thanks to rockbox!
11:31:11briantI'm just checking out what else I could do.
11:32:10briantI just don't see much purpose in lua?
11:32:34linuxstbThere's not much purpose in a lot of Rockbox... But it scratches at least one person's itch.
11:32:51funmanwell you can write plugins in lua, so you can choose between C and Lua at least
11:33:19TheSevenwhat about porting python to rockbox? :-P
11:33:21linuxstbbriant: http://www.lua.org/pil/20.1.html may be useful to you.
11:33:57TorneTheSeven: i was gonna do that at some point if i ran out of other things ;)
11:34:05funmanTheSeven: well, first finish the nano2g port before thinking about it ;)
11:34:12briantnice! I'll bookmark..
11:34:45TheSeven... and the classic port, and the nano4g port, and the cowon issues, and then somebody wil have a sansa for me to look into for sure :-P
11:34:54TheSevenwill*
11:35:04*funman already has a lot of sansas for TheSeven to look into
11:35:18briantI get some nice books and other info from the web and send them through sed to stip stuff- works good.
11:35:44gevaertsTorne: that's in about 300 years, right? :)
11:35:59Torneyeah i dunno if i'd ever 8get* there :)
11:36:46briant I love the new bootloader and the fact I can get right to my 8G mSD!
11:36:52funmangevaerts: what would be the event which would cause a call to usb_enable(false) on Sansa AMS with #define USE_ROCKBOX_USB ? I can't tell from usb.c
11:37:14topik_want a sansa clip+ to play with, TheSeven? i'd be happy to send you one :)
11:37:58funmangevaerts: i suppose usb_detect() returning USB_EXTRACTED ?
11:38:05TheSevenif /me doesn't watch out, he'll soon have a tower of rockbox on his desk waiting for him to look at them
11:38:06gevaertsfunman: probably, yes
11:40:16brianthas anyone written a plugin in lua that I could use as an example, besides hello world?
11:41:32TheSevengevaerts: Am I right with the assumption that if I get a SCSI write CBW with DATA0 PID, the following DATA OUT stage will have a DATA1 PID?
11:41:59*gevaerts doesn't know off-hand
11:42:39TheSevenI'm getting no interrupt on that data out stage on the ipod side, and on the PC I get a EILSEQ (Illegal byte sequence, -84)
11:42:57funmanbriant: test_viewports.lua
11:42:58*TheSeven loves this error code reuse nonsense
11:45:48briantoh, now I see it, thanks!
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11:58:39liar|schoollinuxstb: do you remember that bug i told you some days ago? just to try i checked out r23083 again and there i am not haveing this bug, but in the current svn it is still present
11:59:12TheSevenliar|school: which one?
11:59:35liar|schoolTheSeven: in the filebrowser
11:59:58*TheSeven can't reproduce that
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12:00:02liar|schoolTheSeven: i cant switch into a subdirectory by pressing forward because it does something strange
12:02:08linuxstbliar|school: Are you saying that "select" (centre button) and "forward" act differently?
12:03:23CIA-85New commit by 03funman (r23184): Sansa AMS USB driver : still not working ...
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12:03:29liar|schoolyes
12:03:47liar|schoolbut forward does somthing strange in addition
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12:04:57linuxstbliar|school: So when you press forward, you go into the directory, and then the first item in that directory is selected?
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12:05:56liar|schoolif i press forward it just selects the first item in the current directory
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12:07:39linuxstbBut if you press select, it selects the item you're highlighting?
12:08:21liar|schoolif i press select it switches into the selected directory
12:08:48Torneis anyone actually sure that the cacheline size on pp502x is 16 bytes?
12:09:24liar|schooland if i press backward to go back to the previous directory it shows sometimes an empty list even if the directory isnt empty
12:09:27Tornei suggested that nugged from the forums try DMA with 32-byte alignment only to see if that works better and it doesn't crash for him any more :)
12:10:23linuxstbliar|school: Just to be clear, if you're in a directory that has 5 subdirectories, and you use the wheel to highlight the third one, then if you press select, you enter the third directory, but if you press forward, you enter the first one?
12:10:23funmanyou could check if uncached addresses in the OF are aligned on 16 or 32
12:11:35Tornei have no idea where to look, alas
12:11:43Tornei haven't looked at the ipod firmware yet
12:11:43liar|schoolno if i press forward it just highlights the first item in the list(sorry i have mistaken some english words before)
12:12:41liar|schoolso if i press forward i am still in the same directory but instead of the third, the first item is highlighted
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12:13:22linuxstbliar|school: And this is Rockbox downloaded from the Rockbox website, or a version you compiled yourself?
12:14:23liar|schoollinuxstb: its build from svn, but ill can try the version from the homepage
12:14:45linuxstbTorne: I don't think we can be sure about anything regarding the PP - everything has been found by experimentation/RE...
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12:15:29linuxstbliar|school: Yes, please try an official build.
12:16:01*linuxstb can't imagine what could cause that behaviour, unless there are local patches still applied
12:20:36liar|schoollinuxstb: same bug
12:23:21CIA-85New commit by 03funman (r23185): Sansa Fuze & e200v2 : do not enable USBSTACK in the bootloader ...
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12:26:31Tornelinuxstb: indeed.
12:27:12Tornelinuxstb: it's tremendously hard to tell whether dma is causing problems or not
12:27:12Tornebecause cacheline interference is subtle and may not happen at all simply by fluke
12:27:35Tornethe only thing i can think of to actually test it in a remotely controlled manner would be to add a setting for it
12:27:44Torneso you can turn it off without changing to a new build, and see if problems go away
12:27:44linuxstbliar|school: Can you try different SVN revisions, and see if you can see which one changed the behaviour?
12:29:22liar|schoolis there an easy way to update from a revision to another without checking out everything?
12:29:46Tornesvn up -r 12345
12:29:53Tornechanges a checkout to be revision 12345
12:29:59liar|schoolthanks
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12:44:36linuxstbliar|school: Are you sure you have no local changes? i.e. what does typing "svn status" in the rockbox directory show?
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12:59:42rvvs89I've been working on rewriting OpenLiero in C for various frontends on iPodLinux using the hotdog library for fast compositing on the iPod. Now I'm also considering adapting it as a Rockbox plugin, so I have a few questions.
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13:00:21rvvs89Does rockbox have some kind of compositing API beyond what I've seen in the plugin header file, and does it support transparency?
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13:01:34funmanthere is something wrong with the build table/clients : it's been building r23185 for ~40 minutes
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13:02:16rvvs89Also, how many targets does a plugin generally have to support before it's accepted into the repository?
13:02:43funmanrvvs89: all targets, except where hardware limitations apply
13:03:35gevaertsfunman: the devcon2008 decision was that lack of target support was no reason to not commit
13:04:02rvvs89What kind of range of memory is available for a plugin to occupy?
13:04:27rvvs89The lower bound rather
13:04:37funmanrvvs89: 512kB I think, but you can allocate a bit more if possible
13:05:03gevaertslower bound? 32K :)
13:05:12TheSevenfunman: isn't 512kB the upper bound? :-P
13:05:25rvvs89I see :O
13:05:34TheSevengevaerts: what's the worst target concerning that?
13:05:40gevaertsTheSeven: the archoses
13:05:58gevaertsseriously though, if you stop playback, you can get all memory minus one or two megabytes
13:06:18TheSeven... which may be less a megabyte?
13:06:22rvvs89Though I understand this is not ideal behavior
13:06:38funmanon Clip, all memory minus two megabytes is 0
13:06:40liar|schoollinuxstb: i tried it with the build from the homepage, how could that include local changes?
13:07:11TheSevenliar|school: local changes to your ipod's FS :-P
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13:07:38TheSevenhave you wiped away the whole .rockbox folder before unpacking the official zip?
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13:07:55liar|schoolyes
13:07:59liar|schooli even restored my ipod
13:08:08TheSevennow that's really funny then.
13:09:03rvvs89Is this 32kb-512kb of plugin memory allocated when rockbox starts or when the plugin starts?
13:09:09TheSevenfunman: but on the clip it's 2MB - 700kB, so there is still some room
13:09:14liar|schoolthe database doesnt work too
13:09:19TheSevenrvvs89: when rockbox starts
13:09:20linuxstbliar|school: Good point! (sorry - I'm busy doing other things, so forgot that you said an official build also gave the same problem...)
13:09:46TheSevenand you can steal memory from the audio buffer if you stop playback (which may be up to 30MB on some targets)
13:10:04rvvs89Right, so I see the main challenge will be supporting the Archos targets
13:10:11funmanrvvs89: this is statically allocated memory which is reserved for plugins (plugin won't link if it's too big)
13:10:42rvvs89I had considered storing game sprites in statically allocated arrays in the plugin, but that may not be possible
13:10:45funmanrvvs89: you can decide not to support those though, and build your plugin only if enough memory is available
13:10:48gevaertsrvvs89: if I tell you that those run at 11MHz or 12MHz, and have a monochrome screen, do you still care?
13:11:23rvvs89gevaerts: I think I can still make it work with a monochrome screen, albeit not as well as greyscale or 16bit colour.
13:11:40n1sTheSeven: it may even be up to ~60megs
13:11:54TheSevenoh yes, forgot about the big ipod video
13:12:00n1sand the beast
13:12:06rvvs89That's quite an exception though
13:12:14rvvs89gevaerts: Then again, 11MHz...
13:12:24linuxstbrvvs89: Regarding "how many targets?", I think the important thing is that the plugin is written in a portable way, rather than the actual porting being done already.
13:13:01rvvs89Understood.
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13:13:55TheSevenis there some list of target plugin buffer sizes, besides the linker script?
13:14:30MHaelHey, could someone test something out for me before I submit a bug? I just need to know whether this is player specific.
13:14:36n1sTheSeven: basically everything has 512kb except targets with very little memory
13:14:49MHaelPlay an audio file, then start the pitch_dtector plugin
13:15:03n1sarchoses, sansa clip, the dead ifp7xx port
13:15:39MHaelrunning at least release 3.4, and not on a Nano
13:15:45linuxstbrvvs89: Apart from the lcd functions in the plugin API (i.e. those offered by core rockbox), there are also some "xlcd" functions in the plugin lib - apps/plugins/lib/ But I doubt those are what you're looking for.
13:15:53n1sMHael: if it crashes it sounds like this bug http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/10635
13:16:16linuxstbrvvs89: But it sounds like your code could be useful to other plugins, and therefore putting it in the plugin lib.
13:16:39MHaelThanks, didn't find that one for some reason when I searched...
13:16:46rvvs89linuxstb: Right, thanks.
13:17:14rvvs89Do plugin libs occupy a part of that ~512kb?
13:17:31linuxstbYes, the plugin lib is linked with each plugin
13:17:41rvvs89Statically?
13:17:50funmanis there a webpage which lists status of build in progress ?
13:18:01linuxstbrvvs89: Yes.
13:18:15n1slinuxstb: arent unused parts stripped
13:18:17n1s?
13:18:20linuxstbn1s: Yes
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13:20:56rvvs89Can I portably access the bitmap(s) of fonts? Excepting of course targets with character lcd screens.
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13:21:27funmanthere is only 1 target with character lcd screen : an archos with 12MHz CPU
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13:22:10rvvs89Well then, across all non Archos targets, is there a portable way to access the font bitmaps?
13:22:30TheSevenbtw are there any statistics on target popularity? i somehow doubt too many people are using the old archoses any more
13:23:04funmanTheSeven: i don't think so but we could ask the swedes to check the download statistics
13:23:38linuxstbrvvs89: Currently there's only one internal format for fonts (they are 1bpp mono bitmaps). So portability isn't an issue.
13:23:54rvvs89Cool, that should makes things easier.
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13:25:55rvvs89Thanks for the assistance, I'll probably come back with more questions in a couple of weeks after semester ends.
13:30:48linuxstbTheSeven: Nothing published I think. Although Bagder occasionally gives us some download stats (but it's impossible to tell numbers accurately, as for example people could be building themselves, or using unofficial third-party builds). We also don't have logs at all for the download mirrors.
13:31:27funmanIt could be easy to ask the download stats for the videolan mirror (i believe it's the only mirror)
13:35:28Zagorno we have two mirrors
13:35:47Zagorpositive-internet.com hosts the second
13:36:02funmanI only see 2 IPs for download.rockbox.org
13:36:22Zagoryes, one is videolan the other is p-i
13:36:49funmanoh i thought it was on haxx servers
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13:37:20Zagorno, download is mirrors only.
13:37:48topik_i'm great at wrong assumptions but the majority surely won't compile themselves?
13:37:55funmanZagor: do you know why http://build.rockbox.org/dev.cgi is stuck on building r23185 ?
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13:38:24Zagortopik_: I would agree with that assumption
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13:41:23linuxstbZagor: Do you have any idea about how many people/unique IPs/whatever access Rockbox SVN?
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13:41:39Zagorfunman: aha, a build server bug: 12:26:30 Ending round due to lack of clients
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13:41:54Zagorbut it doesn't run the end-of-round scripts when that happens
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13:50:40*TheSeven is running out of ideas again
13:51:15TheSevennow a hw usb sniffer would indeed be helpful to see who's at fault here
13:51:35TheSeventhe ipod just receives only half of the data it should get
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13:52:47ZagorTheSeven: we have one
13:52:50linuxstbTheSeven: Rockbox has one, sadly it's in the US at the moment (I think...)
13:53:42TheSevenyes, but i'll probably have spotted the issue by the time it would arrive here
13:55:04Zagorlinuxstb: no. we don't even log accesses to svn.
13:56:11Zagorall I know is it accounts for roughly 1 GB of data transfers per day
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14:03:53CIA-85New commit by 03torne (r23186): Add myself to committers. HI!
14:04:10Tornebzr dpush to svn does work then
14:04:19Tornebut now it has to rebase :(
14:05:12Torneah that was relatively painless actually
14:07:00gevaertsWelcome!
14:08:05Tornethanks :)
14:08:56TheSevengevaerts: can you think of any explanation for the usb controller just reading 1KB from the bus and then getting stuck, when the host writes 2KB?
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14:09:18TheSevenif I monitor the DMA counters, I can see it reading 2 times 512 bytes... but the host should send 4 of these packets?
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14:10:14Torneso the next question: will anyone object to rockbox version numbers which might look like r23165+bzr19377-091015 ? Is that too long?
14:10:39Tornetools/version.sh just adds M for git if the head is not a svn revision..
14:10:45Tornebut git commit thingies are pretty long
14:11:04funmanTorne: how would bzrxxx be helpful when reporting a bug ?
14:11:25Tornenot a huge amount
14:11:34Tornethe bzr revision number isn't global
14:11:40funmanperhaps if you distribute a test build which you can track in your local repo
14:11:42Torneso you'd have to know what bzr branch it was from.
14:12:00gevaertsthis wouldn't change anything for the official builds, right?
14:12:11Torneit won't change anything unless you build from a bzr branch, no
14:12:27TorneFS #10414 has the change
14:12:36funmanwhat if you build official unmodified builds from a bzr branch ?
14:12:49Tornefunman: if the head revision is a svn revision it looks the same as if it was svn
14:13:00Tornethe FS has a list of the things it will output
14:13:13Torneit basically tries quite hard to give *some* kind of version number which is not a lie
14:13:23Torneit's not always hugely helpful but it shouldn't ever be misleading
14:13:51funmanTorne: well it looks ok. now the hardest part is to find an interested committer
14:14:00TorneFortunately this part is now done
14:14:08Tornesee above :)
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14:14:23*funman was being ironic and wishes welcome to Torne
14:14:28*Torne grins
14:15:12Tornepardon me being dense
14:16:22*Torne retests that the version.sh definately still works for svn/git
14:16:41funmanactually using short git commits hashes could be useful
14:16:54Tornesomeone siad that was proposed and rejected
14:17:00Tornebut who knows
14:17:09Tornei dislike git so am indifferent :)
14:17:35funmanit wouldn't fit on the clip screen however (and anything 128 pixels wide)
14:17:56TheSevenfunman: then make that line scroll :-P
14:18:37funmanClip has hardware scrolling, but we only have 4 pixels out of screen per line :/
14:19:19funmanIt should be scrolled in the info screen but i'm not sure about the early logo
14:19:23linuxstbTorne: Welcome! Now you can make your own ipod bootloader release ;)
14:19:27Tornelinuxstb: gah :)
14:20:14Tornefunman: well, if there's a concern that it'd be too long, i can kill the bzr revision, so it just displays the svn version it's based on, and an M if that's not the head or there are uncommitted changes (as the git version does)
14:20:48linuxstbTorne: If it doesn't change anything for svn users, I've no objection. (and I guess git users will say the same...)
14:21:13funmanTorne: it would only harm people modifying rockbox and using bzr so it's not a problem
14:21:17TheSevenTorne: if it's to long for the bootloader, it won't really hurt, it will only clip off the end of the build date
14:21:25TorneTrue
14:21:36TheSeventoo*
14:21:40Torneif you really are using a version built from bzr you probably care more about the version than the date
14:22:36*Torne wiats for a git repo to clone so he can test it ;)
14:23:39funmangit://git.rockbox.org/rockbox
14:23:53funmanoh you wait for the clone to finish o:
14:23:56TorneYes :)
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14:31:10TorneNiiice
14:31:20Tornebzr-svn just gave me a backtrace while trying to push ;)
14:32:06GodEaterhaha
14:32:58TorneTypeError: password should be string
14:33:11Torneit worked when i typed my password interactively
14:33:19Tornei sved it in the config and now it doesn'y :)
14:38:26CIA-85New commit by 03torne (r23187): Add support for detecting build version in a bzr checkout (for bzr-svn users). ...
14:38:41*Torne goes to report a bug on bzr-svn :)
14:43:01linuxstbTorne: Do you need developer rights on the tracker?
14:43:07Tornezagor did it already
14:43:17linuxstbThen close that task! ;)
14:43:26Tornei'm doin git
14:43:39*linuxstb apologises for being impatient...........
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14:49:54tmztthis might be interesting to whoever is doing s5cxxxx, http://bloggingthemonkey.blogspot.com/2009/08/neon-is-fashionable.html
14:51:38Torne...there's a DAP with an ARMv7?
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14:59:04*TheSeven is still stuck.
14:59:33liar|schoolTheSeven: i am getting a panic now, FTL: scheduling bank 0 block 3771 for remap!
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15:00:02TheSevencould be a bug, could be a nand fluke, or could be the first true bad block
15:00:53liar|schoolis there a way to determine what it is?
15:01:09TheSevencan you reproduce it?
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15:09:47linuxstbTorne: We now live in the era of PMPs...
15:10:06Tornei guess
15:10:19Tornebut there aren't even very many ARMv7 *phones* yet
15:11:17FlynDicefunman: Just wakin up here... re: FS #10308, FS #10507 I'm still trying to get the SD cards to run at the lower freqs and I still go back and grab the preset freq patch now and then. I'd like to leave them open for now ;)
15:11:33CIA-85New commit by 03teru (r23188):
15:11:56liar|schoolTheSeven: i am haveing it since i tried 23084
15:12:08TheSevenwhen does it happen?
15:12:16liar|schooleverytime i try to boot rockbox
15:12:43TheSevencan you boot to disk mode and try to read back the .rockbox dir to a pc and see if that fails somehow?
15:13:16teruoops, i used empty message file...
15:13:19liar|schoolTheSeven: appleos ok too?
15:13:26TheSevenyes
15:13:50liar|school3 input/output errors
15:13:52TheSeven23084 is supposed to have a stable nand driver
15:14:20Zagorteru: what message did you mean to add?
15:15:24teruthe message i wanted to use is: FS #10554: Rockpaint: enable to set canvas size.
15:16:16TheSevenliar|school: now copy a correct rockbox folder back to your ipod, and it should boot fine again
15:16:38TheSevenwrite down that bank and block number somewhere, we'll check if the OFW has now remapped it later
15:17:06Zagorteru: fixed
15:18:02teruZagor: oh, thank you.
15:18:45CIA-85New commit by 03mc2739 (r23189): Add e200v2 to Daily Builds
15:20:06CIA-85New commit by 03mc2739 (r23190): Add e200v2 and Fuze to manual download page
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15:25:17mc2739What is needed for e200v2 and Fuze voice builds?
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15:29:30Zagormc2739: manual changes by me, I'm afraid. fixing...
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15:29:57gevaertsZagor: did you see http://build.rockbox.org/shownewlog.cgi?rev=23187;type=ipodmini2gsim ?
15:30:28Zagorgevaerts: odd
15:30:39gevaertsdependency issue?
15:30:52mc2739Zagor: thanks
15:31:06Zagorgevaerts: looks like it
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15:33:22*TheSeven would just call it a fluke
15:35:48Zagorno, it's a bug. I think it's due to the relative path in apps/codecs/libcook/SOURCES. if confuses the parser so no proper dependency is created for it
15:36:51mc2739Any objections to me doing an alphabetical sort on the daily builds page so that it matches the current builds page?
15:37:00Zagormc2739: go ahead
15:37:09gevaertsZagor: "make `pwd`/apps/codecs/libcook.a" in a freshly configured empty build directory works fine
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15:37:56Zagorgevaerts: try several times with -j
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15:53:39CIA-85New commit by 03mc2739 (r23191): Alphabetically sort daily builds
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16:01:35n1sTorne: welcome!
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16:01:43Tornethanks ;)
16:20:46FlynDiceIs it just me or are the front page and build tables not updating.....
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16:35:56liar|schoolTheSeven: hmmm i am getting that ftl remap(always different block numbers) error nearly every time i boot rockbox
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16:38:17liar|schoolTheSeven: but i copied every file from my ipod now and there where no input/output errors
16:41:16mc2739FlynDice: must be just you - they update fine for me
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16:48:39FlynDicewow that's weird... still not updating here
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16:50:21FlynDiceclosed & reopened firefox and still on r23188
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16:51:30mc2739FlynDice: that is the last build on trunk, the other builds were www
16:53:12FlynDiceah, that explains it, I was trying to see what you did to add & sort those builds, thought I could learn something ;)
16:53:58mc2739flydutch: look here http://svn.rockbox.org/viewvc.cgi?view=rev&revision=23191
16:54:28mc2739oops that was flor FlynDice
16:54:41FlynDicegot it thx
16:58:39liar|schoolTheSeven, linuxstb: the error must have happened between r23102 and r23110
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17:11:54liar|schoolbetween r23106 and r23110(cant test revisions between because they are give panics)
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17:19:28derbaronrockbox is so AWESOME
17:19:58derbaronrun so awesome on my sansae800v2
17:20:02derbaron:D
17:20:08derbaronjust want to thank all developers etc
17:20:12derbarondonating of course
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17:23:24TheSevenliar|school: huh. 23099 to 23014 have a known bug in the nand driver
17:24:30TheSeven(and the only change in that area since then was fixing that)
17:25:09liar|schoolstrange
17:25:22liar|schoolbut have tried it multiple times now
17:25:50liar|schoolin r23104 there is no bug in the filebrowser
17:26:54liar|schooli havent tested r23105, r23106 to r23109 are crashing
17:27:16liar|schooland in r23110 there is again that bug
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17:56:59liar|schoolTheSeven: r23106: Add a thread to power down the NAND after inactivity on the iPod Nano 2G
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18:18:30FlynDicefunman:(for the logs) Since all our AMS Sansa's that have multidrive are all removable µSD wouldn't HAVE_HOTSWAP be more appropriate for all of the HAVE_MULTIDRIVE #ifdefs in ata_sd_as3525.c? I'm looking and can't find one where it doesn't make sense to switch.
18:19:54FlynDiceIt looks like you left some in there..
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18:46:03ED_209hey, I have an h300 and I just installed a cameron sino 2200mAh battery
18:46:29ED_209it's been charging with the stock firmware and wall adapter for about 4 hours now, because rockbox wouldn't boot
18:46:41gevaertsTheSeven: you could make the logf viewer acknowledge the SYS_USB_CONNECTED event
18:47:17ED_209should I boot into rockbox now or keep charging with the iriver firmware?
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18:49:15ED_209I mean would it cause harm to the battery if I were to briefly unplug it, boot rockbox, change the battery capacity to 2200mAh and then keep charging it for the first time?
18:51:07ED_209at first there was no juice AT ALL so it went straight to the iriver charging screen, I thought rockbox would have booted up..
18:54:57domonokyED_209: unplug-boot-plug certanly doesnt harm the battery..
18:56:48domonokydoesnt the h3x0 players also charge without booting ? (at least my h120 can do this, which ofcourse helps charging, as nothing uses any power)
18:57:26n1sdomonoky: the h300 boots the of if the charger is plugged in when it's off
18:58:25ED_209I'm charging it for the first time
18:58:36ED_209I want to make sure this battery is good
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19:00:41ED_209should I boot into rockbox and continue charging it from there? or just leave it be?
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19:01:16domonokyED_209: it doesnt really matter. charging is done in hardware.
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19:01:29ED_209it doesn't matter at all?
19:02:29ED_209what does changing the battery capacity in rockbox do then
19:02:49domonokythat only influences the estimated remaining runtime.
19:02:54ED_209and how does the hardware know when a 2200mAh battery is charged compared to a stock battery?
19:03:28ED_209(or a dying ex-battery)
19:03:33domonokythe hardware doesnt need to know any capacity, it just charges, till the voltage reaches a certain threshold.
19:03:42n1swhen it hits the voltage the charger thinks means "full"
19:04:53ED_209so with a larger capacity battery
19:04:59domonokyED_209: the only thing to remember is, that new batterys may need a few charge/discharge cycles till they reach full capacity.
19:05:33ED_209oh?
19:05:33bertrikoh is that true also for lithium batteries?
19:05:39ED_209I would think everything comes with a lithium polymer battery these days
19:05:45ED_209especially everything flat
19:06:02domonokyED_209: with a larger battery the voltage reaches the threshold later, so it gets charged more. so no worries...
19:06:31ED_209domonoky: and it'll still need a few charge/discharge cycles?
19:06:44domonokythe battery in my new phone certanly improved after a few charge/discharge cycle, and thats lithium-poly.
19:07:08ED_209I was told that lithium polymer batteries don't like deep cycling
19:07:30TheSevenyes, but deep cycling is really deep, i.e. below the shutoff threshold
19:07:31domonokydeep cycling is something different, and harmfull for lithium batterys.
19:07:47ED_209oh right
19:08:03ED_209so I should run it until the firmware shuts it off?
19:08:08ED_209then recharge?
19:08:28domonokyED_209: just uses it normally, and expect that the runtime may improve a bit overtime.
19:08:36amiconnFlynDice: Check the logs - I explained the difference between multidrive and hotswap yesterday
19:09:11ED_209hey has anyone seen an IDE to zif converter that would fit inside a player?
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19:09:27saratogai don't think discharging the battery helps any
19:09:50saratogai think thats just an urban legend because some devices need to discharge a battery to calibrate their battery meters
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19:10:40TheSevengevaerts: can you make any sense out of windows sending a SET_CONFIGURATION 0x100?
19:10:45bertrikthe battery university web site says "Lithium-ion is a very clean system and does not need priming as nickel-based batteries do. The 1st charge is no different to the 5th or the 50th charge. Stickers instructing to charge the battery for 8 hours or more for the first time may be a leftover from the nickel battery days."
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19:11:10TheSevengevaerts: I've already checked endianness, and it's definitely sent the wrong way for some reason
19:11:23gevaertsTheSeven: that doesn't make sense at all...
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19:12:44ED_209bertrik: they still re-use those stickers?
19:13:14ED_209I bet the 1st charge is different from the 50th
19:13:23ED_209what about the 300th charge
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19:14:23saratogacapacity decreases with each charge cycle, so later cycles don't hold as much power
19:14:29bertrikask the guy from batteryuniversity.com, I'm just quoting :)
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19:15:09ED_209I don't think it's a real university
19:15:30TheSevenof course it isn't :-P
19:15:45ED_209so this 1st charge will be the best?
19:15:49bertrikfine, do whatever you want to your battery, I don't care
19:16:06saratogaprobably
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19:16:19saratogafeel free to do some reading and find out for yourself
19:16:54ED_209well I didn't know that the charging was all hardware
19:17:05ED_209since I'm running rockbox I thought I'd ask in here
19:17:38saratogathe method used to charge doesn't have anything to do with the battery capacity
19:17:58ED_209sweet
19:18:02saratogathe charging procedure is the same no matter how you implement it
19:18:08saratogaif you want to know about it try google
19:18:37TheSeven>> [19:15]<saratoga>the method used to charge doesn't have anything to do with the battery capacity
19:18:40TheSevennot entirely true
19:19:06ED_209ok well I'm going to leave it charging until it says it's full
19:19:08TheSevenyou *could* increase CC stage current a little if you wanted to with a bigger capacity :-D
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19:21:22TheSevenany idea why "panicf("SET_CONFIGURATION %8X", (int)ctrlreq.wValue);" seems to interpret that field as big endian?
19:21:53TheSeventhe wireshark trace shows it's "01 00", so 0x0001 in little endian, but that panicf prints out 00000100
19:21:55gevaertswhy %8x? It's only a 16 bit value
19:22:10gevaertsshouldn't cause this of course
19:22:33TheSeveni casted it to an int to make sure there wasn't any type mess fooling me, but just %d and wValue without the cast yields 256
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19:24:04TheSeventhis shouldn't cause any trouble though, as the value is ignored in the usb core, as long as it's nonzero
19:24:56gevaertsyes, but it's still weird
19:25:09*gevaerts doesn't like unexplained weirdness
19:26:25ED_209what happens if I leave the iriver plugged in all night
19:27:19kugelwell, saying the 1st charge is different from the 50th one is nitpicking. the cycle time starts to decrease noticeably way later
19:28:13TheSevenED_209: always a good idea
19:29:34val3hi all, any ipod 5.5g rockbox users there, i am experiencing some trouble with the HDD, i started the diagnostic mode, can anyone help me to interpret the data ?!
19:30:40FlynDiceamiconn: re: HOTSWAP Thanks I see that now
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19:32:36ED_209TheSeven: sarcasm?
19:33:00ED_209seriously I want to sleep, and I won't wake up for about 12 hours
19:33:13kugelTheSeven: usually there's no harm in doing that, if the mechanisms to protect the battery work
19:33:18ED_209why doesn't it turn off once it's charged
19:33:18domonokyED_209: nothing bad will happen, the charging hardware takes care of this.
19:33:25ED_209really?
19:33:27TheSevenif you want it to be 100% full, you'll in fact need to do that
19:33:30kugelED_209: (that was for you)
19:34:08ED_209so it stops voltage from reaching the battery once it's full?
19:34:16TheSeventhe battery will never be full
19:34:18TheSevenif those things show they're full, they're at most at 95%
19:34:27TheSevento get 97%, you'll need to charge it for several hours longer
19:34:31ED_209you know what I mean :P
19:34:34kugelli-ion wouldn't be very successful if leaving it a bit too long in the charger would hurt
19:34:42TheSevenand even if you charge it for days, you'll only slowly approach the 99%
19:34:46n1sED_209: yes, it stops charging once the battery is full
19:35:25TheSevenn1s: if the charger is good, it doesn't really stop, but charge slower, and slower, and slower, ...
19:35:50TheSeven... until there's barely any current running into the battery any more
19:36:51n1sTheSeven: ok, but the effect is essentially the same /me oversimplified a bit maybe
19:37:24TheSevenyep, exactly. anyways, it can't hurt the battery if the charger works properly (which it really should)
19:37:39ED_209charger being the thing I plug into the wall
19:37:50TheSevenno, internal to the player
19:37:53ED_209or whatever witchery is inside the iriver
19:38:02TheSeventhe latter
19:38:32ED_209I had to literally dig up my iriver charger to even get this thing to charge
19:38:34n1si wonder if a lcd_puts() function is a good idea, we seem to do snprintf(buf, sizeof buf, foo); lcdputs(0,0,foo); in a lot of places
19:38:41ED_209USB wouldn't do it
19:38:47n1seh a lcd_putsf() function
19:39:02ED_209the screen remained black and little clicking noises came out, I nearly had a heart attack
19:39:32n1sit is supposed to be able to charge fro usb
19:39:45ED_209well that's what happened
19:39:55TheSevengevaerts: is it normal that the ipod is detected as a compound device even if i have enabled only storage?
19:40:56*TheSeven hates using panicf for debugging
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20:03:24*JdGordon| wonders if there is room in the rb fund to sponsor a cheapy mac for rbutil development?
20:03:43gevaertsTheSeven: "enabled only storage" how?
20:03:44kugeln1s: sure, it just exists already
20:04:05kugelhowever, it doesn't format
20:04:17TheSeven#define HAVE_USBSTACK
20:04:18TheSeven#define USB_ENABLE_STORAGE
20:04:20TheSeven#define USE_ROCKBOX_USB
20:04:24TheSevenplus things like vendor id etc.
20:04:27kugelah yea, putsf would be fine
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20:05:02gevaertsTheSeven: most USB_ENABLEs are done in config.h
20:05:30amiconnkugel, n1s: Problem is that there are other lcd_put* variants. Should they all have a formatting variant?
20:05:32n1skugel: yeah i meant to don't have to always do snprintf and then lcd_puts like it's done in so many places
20:05:51amiconnlcd_putsxy, lcd_puts, lcd_puts_scroll, ...
20:06:05kugelwhy not?
20:06:20amiconnoverkill?
20:06:36kugelhow's that overkill?
20:06:38n1samiconn: i think we can add for the ones where it will be used and leave the others alone
20:07:22kugelif a shitload of places do the snprintf+puts* combo it will surely simplify things
20:07:45kugelwe have wrappers for more trivial things in the lcd driver
20:08:12*amiconn wonders what this "shitload" evaluates to
20:09:34kugelthe fact that we have splashf makes a lot of splashes easier too
20:11:03peter_bhi guys
20:11:31peter_bcan i get rockbox to work with an alternative partition table on my ipod?
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20:12:35peter_bthe bootloader complains about not being able to open rockbox.ipod if i dont use the std partitons table
20:14:05kugeln1s: I agree, we should just provide it, instead of forcing everyone to invent the wheel once again
20:14:40gevaertspeter_b: it would help if you would say what that partition table looks lile
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20:14:55n1si think i'll look into that tomorrow then
20:15:58kugeln1s: at least 3 target do their debug with that, 2 even put that in a debug_printf macro which does the same
20:16:18peter_bi just want to have some free space between the 2 partitons
20:16:20kugelwell, not exactly the same, it also does incrementing the line number automatically
20:16:35gevaertsthat should work
20:16:35peter_blooks like the hd has some bad sectors there
20:16:51peter_bso i changed the start of the second parttion to cyl 50
20:17:10TheSevenpeter_b sector size = 512?
20:17:18peter_b(it was 5 befoe iirc)
20:17:31peter_bmom
20:17:45peter_bits a 80bg 5g
20:18:11TheSevengevaerts: was this that crazy hard drive?
20:18:32gevaertsthat's the one that uses 2048 byte sectors, yes
20:18:37TheSevenif the sectors are not 512 bytes, i would blame it on your partitioning tool. i've seen a lot of them fail in that condition
20:18:50peter_bhmm
20:19:02TheSevenwe were having massive trouble with the ipod nano 2g which has 2048 byte sectors, too
20:19:07peter_bdamn ipod battery is to emty right now
20:19:18TheSeveni don't think there was any tool that worked 100% properly in that case
20:19:56peter_bbut as soon as i can take a look i will check what sce size my fdisk thinks there is
20:20:34peter_bok
20:21:10gevaertswhich tools did you use?
20:21:19peter_blinux fdisk
20:21:38peter_b2.16.1
20:21:43gevaertsand to format?
20:21:51peter_bmkdosfs
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20:22:14TheSevendid you unplug and re-plug your ipod between partitioning and formatting? (or reload your partition table in a different way)
20:22:15peter_b3.0.6
20:22:27peter_byes
20:22:38gevaertsah, that one has suspected issues with 2048 byte sectors and rockbox. Try mformat
20:23:14gevaertssee http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/IpodManualRestore
20:23:23peter_bbut isnt it strange than the it works fine if i use the std partition table?
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20:25:53gevaertsI don't know. The mkdosfs issues are unpredictable and unknown, alignment may be involved for all I know
20:25:58peter_bill try again wih mformat
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20:31:11n1skugel: in fact it seems debug_menu.c is the only place this is really common
20:33:44peter_bhmmm
20:33:54peter_bhow do i get the drive letter for mformat?
20:34:34peter_bahh
20:34:37peter_bi see ...
20:35:27kugeln1s: did you look for similar putsxy cases too?
20:36:08kugelI assume puts isn't used that much in general outside the debug menu, since only the lists do line oriented drawing
20:36:23kugelother places not so much
20:36:45kugel(of course lists are the very vast majority)
20:38:21peter_bmformat -S 2048 -M 2048 -F D:
20:38:32peter_bcomplains:
20:38:37peter_bargssize must be less than 6
20:39:50n1seh i fail badly at grepping so i will check it more thoroughly tomorrow
20:40:14gevaertspeter_b: http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/IpodConversionToFAT32 has some more options
20:40:38*gevaerts isn't really an mformat expert
20:42:41peter_bthx
20:42:44peter_b mformat -t 2428 -h 255 -n 63 -S 4 -M 2048 -F D:
20:42:53peter_bseems to do something
20:44:04peter_bok
20:44:11peter_blets see if rockbox boots now
20:44:20peter_beject /dev/sdp
20:46:41peter_bhurray
20:46:55peter_bboots now with my partition table
20:46:59peter_bthx!
20:47:50gevaerts\☺/
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20:50:32peter_bare you guys interested in a plugin that turns rockbox into a remote trigger for a camera ?
20:50:46peter_b(needs a special cable too ...)
20:51:06JdGordon|im sure *someone* is
20:51:52peter_bis there a place to put stuff like that?
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22:00:34markunwhy is that?
22:00:54markuntoo much hacks to get the code working on both?
22:01:02bertrika lot seemed to be missing when comparing it with the OF
22:01:30bertrikand I'm afraid I'll break it for the cowon d2 ... :)
22:01:58markunbertrik: you could start by copying the file and later try to merge them again..
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23:14:00CIA-85New commit by 03kugel (r23196): Pitchscreen: Don't clear the whole display, but only the parent viewport.
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23:30:21CIA-85New commit by 03kugel (r23197): Use the center align viewport flag to draw top and bottom text centered.
23:32:57*JdGordon| isnt so sure about using setting an alignment and rtl flag on a viewport....
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23:40:21kugelJdGordon|: it turns out quite handy actually
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23:45:49tomerskugel: Nice binsize saving :-)
23:48:14kugelhehe
23:48:43*funman points people knowing WPS code to http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/10673
23:49:16*JdGordon| passes the buck on that one
23:49:28gevaertsat work?
23:49:44kugelfunman: I looked at it actually, I was about to commit it, but I decided to find a way to do with without code duplication first
23:50:33kugelwhich led me to find out that firmware/include/sound.h contains #ifdef HAVE_PITCHSCREEN stuff (in firmware/ !!)
23:50:59*TheSeven spots a lockup around getmaxlun requests
23:51:19JdGordon|and #define HAVE_PITCHSCREEN is in config-target.h which it shouldnt be :/
23:52:05amiconnLooks like the build system is still having problems :\
23:52:06kugelJdGordon|: why?
23:52:36JdGordon|because its not target specific... its generic to all swcodec
23:52:40*kugel glares at the "failed regex:" message above the download table
23:52:41amiconnBagder: Also why does http://build.rockbox.org/ show "Failed regex:" above the table?
23:52:49kugelfirst!!
23:53:07amiconnkugel: The pitchscreen isn't swcodec only
23:53:28kugelamiconn: I know, tell it JdGordon|
23:53:45JdGordon|do any targets *not* have it?
23:53:46amiconnEh, that's what I meant
23:53:59kugelJdGordon|: at least one, you know which :p
23:54:08amiconnJdGordon|: The Player doesn't, and this time not because of charcell
23:54:52JdGordon|we should then change it to NO_PITCHSCREEN and #ifndef NO_PITCHSCREEN instead
23:54:58JdGordon|ditto for quickscreen
23:55:07kugelI think we shouldn't
23:55:49amiconnThe MAS3507D doesn't allow for a useful adjustment range (only a few percent, and it would even depend on the sample frequency of the playing track)
23:55:49gevaertsJdGordon|: please, no. Negative defines are confusing
23:55:49*amiconn neither
23:55:58funmanNO_NO_PITCHSCREEN then ?
23:56:43JdGordon|anyway, my point is that there are lots of defines in the target configs which arent really target based
23:56:55kugeldoesn't matter
23:56:57JdGordon|or are enabled for all but one or two targets
23:56:59JdGordon|its annoying
23:57:11gevaertsless so than the alternative
23:57:33kugelI think there should be even more feature-selection defines in config-<target>.h
23:57:49amiconnconfig-<target> is mainly for feature selection
23:58:21JdGordon|or we should define them in config.h unless the DISABLE_BLAA is defined in the target file
23:58:30amiconnReally target hardware dependent things *should* be in target tree .h files imo, unless they're also needed for the sim, in which case this won't work
23:58:41JdGordon|I tihnk config- should be for hardware stuff and another .h should be for features
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23:58:54amiconnThe latter is the reason why display resolution, depth, pixel packing etc are in config-<target>.h as well

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