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#rockbox log for 2010-04-19

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00:05:57linuxstbRadicalR: Do you have any links to the Zune hacking you mentioned in -community?
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00:06:11RadicalRJust a tick.
00:06:21RadicalRhttp://www.zuneboards.com/?p=vB50442
00:06:26RadicalRHere's the annoucement
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00:06:37RadicalRThey have links to the dev tools
00:06:50RadicalRIf you're looking for more on "how they did it", I haven't seen that yet.
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00:07:04B4gderbut the dev tools seemed to mention windows things
00:07:12B4gderdon't they?
00:07:34B4gderit seems to mostly be a way to put apps on it
00:09:24RadicalRYes, by bypassing XNA. Basically, they can run the apps directly on the Zune's firmware
00:09:27linuxstbI've only looked very briefly, but it seems to be a way to develop apps that run within the Zune's firmware. So it makes sense it needs windows tools.
00:09:30RadicalRwithout being restricted.
00:09:53linuxstbSo the question is whether this can be used to bootstrap a new OS...
00:09:53B4gderah yes, it is basically a way to avoid XNA which is a toolsuite
00:10:14RadicalRlinuxstb, at this point, I doubt that.
00:10:31B4gder"The first true hack available for the Zune, this makes it possible to, for the first time, run applications directly on top of the Zune firmware"
00:10:31RadicalRThe main OS still needs to be loaded
00:10:56B4gderRadicalR: but the question is what an application can do
00:10:56RadicalRSay if you compiled rockbox as an application, that would probably work.
00:11:09RadicalRkeeping in mind the different drivers
00:11:10RadicalRand such.
00:11:25RadicalRBut as an OS? Not at this moment.
00:11:58linuxstbRadicalR: As B4gder said, it depends what that application can do. If it has _full_ access to the hardware, it can overwrite the original firmware and take over full control.
00:12:15linuxstbi.e. bootstrap a new OS
00:12:22RadicalRHmm. Valid point.
00:12:25B4gderyes, a bootloader app
00:13:00RadicalRIt would be funny if someone got rockbox working on the Zune.
00:13:18B4gderzune's aren't even sold in Europe afaik
00:13:23RadicalRNot yet.
00:13:39RadicalRHowever, rumors are going around that with the advent of the new Windows phone
00:13:45RadicalRthat Zune may go worldwide.
00:14:01linuxstbHaven't there been rumors of that ever since the Zune launched?
00:14:18RadicalRI think MS actually demoed the phone recently. Let me check.
00:14:22LloreanWell, Win7P and the Zune both restrict apps to XNA (and I believe Java on the phone?)
00:14:35B4gderc#
00:14:47LloreanXNA is basically some C# libraries.
00:14:55RadicalRhttp://www.engadget.com/2010/04/12/microsoft-kin-one-and-kin-two-announced-windows-phone-roots-wit/
00:15:04LloreanIt would make sense, to an extent, that the Zune would end up being to the phone what the iPod Touch is to the iPhone
00:15:57RadicalRAgreed.
00:15:58B4gder"A Microsoft spokesperson said a European launch might not occur until 2009"
00:16:03B4gderhahaha
00:16:06RadicalRI think that's a typo.
00:16:12*Llorean is having a hard time figuring out what the actual exploit is.
00:16:28B4gderLlorean: right, I've not found it either
00:16:39funman+1
00:16:40RadicalRMy guess is this - it exploits XNA 3.1
00:16:51RadicalRBecause it fails to work on XNA 4.0
00:16:51B4gderI mean with details
00:17:29RadicalRWell, I have noticed that the packages released so far has been executables.
00:17:40RadicalRMeaning the exploit is probably packed in with them.
00:17:57RadicalRLet me take a look around and see if there are any details.
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00:19:17*Llorean thought the XNA 4.0 preview currently still only allowed targeting the Win7Phone
00:19:18RadicalRHm. They do have a channel, if you want to try asking them directly.
00:19:35RadicalRLlorean, I don't know.
00:20:20RadicalRIt's on freenode, channel #zbdf
00:20:45RadicalRThe guy who released this "hack" - name is itsnotabigtruck
00:22:02B4gder"FlashzuneplayerThe first one to give us a bit of information on when the Zune would be released in Europe was Jason Reindorp when he said Microsoft was not yet ready to officially announce when it would launch the service in Europe but it could possibly be out before the end of the year." (said in 2007)
00:22:27RadicalRUgh. Then I honestly don't know.
00:22:29RadicalR:/
00:22:36B4gderso yes, it seems it is believed roughly always
00:22:52B4gderand yet it has not happened yet
00:23:04*RadicalR shrugs.
00:23:11RadicalRI suppose you could always import them.
00:23:21RadicalROr get someone in US mail you one.
00:23:41B4gderright, because there's a lack of targets here... :-)
00:24:15RadicalRRight.
00:30:26*linuxstb is talking in #zbdf
00:31:05LloreanIt sounds like for the standard (non-HD) zune, Rockbox might not be too far fetched.
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00:44:03soapI was under the impression the hack allowed the running of apps _on top of_ the Zune OS?
00:44:28linuxstbsoap: Yes. But it sounds like that might allow a bootloader-app to be written to load Rockbox.
00:44:32soapa bypass of the Zune devkit, not a window into the hardware itself.
00:44:38soapahh
00:44:48LloreanAt least for the Zune Classic
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00:45:03LloreanSince it's CE 5.0 based which is fairly well known by now.
00:46:25linuxstbBut I guess unlike jhMikeS (or maybe Torne) take an interest, nothing will happen....
00:46:37Torneunlikely :)
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00:47:21linuxstbTorne: Do you see any problems with bootstrapping Rockbox this way? (IIRC, you know a little about WinCE...)
00:47:53Tornei don't know how easy/difficult it is to get into supervisor mode on modern CE
00:48:12Torneit used to be trivial, but i think that was only versions before the one on the zune/beast/etc
00:48:42Torneyou might find you need *another* exploit in the kernel or a driver to get svc access..
00:49:58LloreanI don't know any details, but I know my phone (which is a much more recent WinMo, thought still 5.0 based) can be rebooted into Linux using the "haret" bootstrap they mentioned
00:50:11LloreanSo it might be a good place to start looking.
00:51:51Torneyeah, i could bewrong. haret would be the way
00:52:42LloreanMaybe we should just mail jhMikeS a Zune and see what happens. :-P
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02:23:41RichiHhi
02:24:04RichiHis there any guesstimate if rockbox will ever run on a philips gogear vibe?
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02:27:56krazykitRichiH, whenever the interested owners do the hard work of porting
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02:32:24vonStemmingtonHey guys, I just had a question I'm sure you get a lot
02:32:31vonStemmingtonBut since I couldn't really find an answer, I was hoping to get it here
02:34:25vonStemmingtonWhat exactly is the reason for there being no planned support for the 6G iPods?
02:34:53vonStemmingtonI figure it has to do with Apple being douchebags and locking the hardware down even more than the 5G iPods, but I wanted to just come by and ask
02:35:29Llorean There's never "planned support"
02:35:44LloreanThere's just "volunteers show up with enough interest to figure out how to get it working, then do all the necessary and hard work to make it so"
02:37:45vonStemmingtonI realise that, what with Rockbox being a free, open source project, but since the first five generations of the iPod were supported, I assume there was some roadblock that was encountered with the latest generation
02:38:30vonStemmingtonAnd with the iPod having a 160GB hard drive, I'd figure there would be people with the interest in making it work.. meaning the problem must lie with the difficulty in making it so
02:38:35krazykityes, a roadblock that has been discussed so many times it would be difficult to NOT find it with even the most cursory of searches
02:38:59LloreanvonStemmington: Well, you asked about "planned support"
02:39:04LloreanSo I thought it would be best to clarify.
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02:41:27vonStemmingtonLlorean: I gotcha. That's why I extended what I meant afterwards.
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02:42:43LloreanWell, I think my answer covered it anyway - the caliber of those attempting the task has so far not been up to the difficulty of the task. It's more or less impossible to say how hard it is until someone actually gets it going, of course.
02:42:45vonStemmingtonkrazykit: Really? Because I've been looking for a while and haven't been able to find anything really specific.. Just people asking about whether or not Rockbox works with the iPod Classic and responses saying that it's not supported and might never be
02:43:14vonStemmingtonRight, right. Just like any breakthrough, really.. It seems impossible until it gets going, and then snowballs from there.
02:43:33LloreanvonStemmington: But krazykit is right
02:43:54LloreanIf you type ipod classic into the search box on the site, the *very* first link you get takes you to something from the mailing list in which is posted an article link that sums it up
02:44:07vonStemmingtonOh jeez.
02:44:11vonStemmingtonWell, hold on, let me try that
02:46:15vonStemmingtonAlright found it. That's more or less what I expected to be the reason, but thanks
02:46:39LloreanNext time, a good tip for searching is to put the search terms in the search box. ;)
02:46:47vonStemmingtonI see in a July '09 update, some code was managed to be run on the Classic and nano 2G, so maybe there's hope some day..
02:47:29vonStemmingtonYeah yeah yeah :p I had tried that but I guess I was searching for "iPod 6G" rather than "iPod classic".. and I didn't notice the first link before either :P I guess I suck at this whole 'searching archives' thing
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02:52:51saratogalabi'd like to remind people that we have a "status" link on the front page
02:52:58saratogalaband theres an entry there for the Ipod Classic
02:53:13saratogalabif you're not happy with the wiki's info, please add more!
02:53:32vonStemmingtonFair enough!
02:54:01saratogalabhmm though the wiki says "classic 1G"
02:54:17saratogalabso perhaps its vague about the later classic models, though as far as I know they're all very similar \
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02:58:51saratogalabthe linux4nano people have created a 63 page report explaining the Nano2G port: http://l4n.clustur.com/data/jiss33/Report/Linux4NanoReport.pdf
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04:58:07saratogalabis test codec still broken on the clipv2?
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05:14:53plauclairI was wondering if one day rockbox would be used all by itself (no dual boot) and replace the device firmware when it comes to dealing with usb
05:16:26krazykiton what device? rockbox handles usb on most of the stable targets
05:16:41plauclairI have a Sansa Fuze right now
05:17:35plauclairfor example when I plug it, the Sansa screen comes up and when I unplug the usb it reloads the original firmware's database
05:17:51krazykitwell, if someone writes the USB support it will
05:18:39plauclairI see, is that pretty complex stuff ?
05:18:53krazykitit is.
05:22:11plauclairI guess I'll have to pass on trying it :(
05:25:02saratogalabthe problem with USB is that its not that important compared to most features, and not that many people know anything about it
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05:44:05plauclairagreed, but I think it makes the whole rockbox experience feel more polished
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05:46:57plauclairbut considering it's an open project, it's clear that it's hard to implement
05:48:04plauclairit would be amazing if Rockbox was some kind of platform la Android that manufacturers would base their firmware implementations on
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06:07:21ollebesaratogalab: excellent document about linux4nano.
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06:49:40Blue_DudeS_a_i_n_t: I think I've come up with a partial solution to your problem at FS #11208. A problem I noticed was that sometimes when setting the hotkey on a context menu item, the yes/no screen would pop up briefly then vanish as though a button had been pressed.
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06:51:25Blue_DudeWell, for the yes/no screen, anything other than the select key means to cancel the action. The act of releasing the hotkey combo keys was enough to register as a "keypress" and dismiss the yes/no screen.
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06:52:51Blue_DudeI redefined the hotkey combo such that it would only be recognized as such when the appropriate keys are released. This prevents and leftover
06:53:44Blue_Dude"keypresses" from messing up the yes/no screen. This may have been the quick flash of something you couldn't quite read. It should work now, and yes, I tried it out in the sim and there appear to be no conflicts.
06:55:38Blue_DudeThis probably has nothing to do with problems related to setting anything other than the default, unless the problems you saw were coincidental to this bug.
06:56:03Blue_DudeAnyway, try out the patch and leave feedback. Thanks.
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07:17:22pixelmaBlue_Dude (for the logs): BUTTON_REL in a precondition sounds... weird
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07:59:39ollebefsck. i accidentally built in the svn root, and then maked clean. now my changes are gone.
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09:33:00pixelmaJdGordon: if you still want me to flyspray the %pv bug, I can do that now
09:33:29JdGordonthat one has been fixed, (or will be when I hear back from s_aint
09:33:38JdGordonthe other ones you bring up every so often though...
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09:35:16pixelmawhat?
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09:46:42pixelmaJdGordon: sorry, I can't remember which bugs I bring up every now and then, if I remember I'll flyspray them
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09:55:29Coyotecan someone have a look to FS #11139 and tell me if I'm the only one to encounter this?
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10:42:22JdGordongrr... is svn.rockbox.org down?
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10:42:58ZagorJdGordon: no
10:43:10JdGordonhmm, ok
10:43:46CIA-5New commit by 03jdgordon (r25677): 2 quick fixes ...
10:44:37*JdGordon now has a nice demo wps with a red/orange/green volume bar using %pv bmp bars
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11:32:22JdGordonpixelma: that commit shuold fix the %pv issue, let me know if it doesnt
11:32:27JdGordonor adds more wierdness
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11:46:52pixelmaJdGordon: I'll do. I probably won't be able to test the next few hours though (only after work)
11:47:12JdGordonI'm heading out now anyway so no worries
11:48:38JdGordondoes anyone want me to ship the USB tracer back to europe for the devcon? I don't know when I'll be able to try again with my stereo...
11:51:42*linuxstb thought the Clip+ had been relegated back to unusable? The front page still lists it as unstable.
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12:06:13JdGordonasssuming it is bassically free to add the bar to any tag, does it make sense to add it to the pitch and speed tags? 50% would be no adjustment...
12:06:49JdGordonalso, playlist position? worth adding?
12:07:05JdGordondatabase rating and autoscore?
12:07:53JdGordonthem and battery voltage look like the only ones which it could make sense
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12:13:46JdGordonhmm... pixelma would it be at all useful to add a new tag which would increment itself every X ms to make animations eaiser? %?xx5<a|b|c|d> would just loop over 1-4 every 5s? a/b/c/d would usually be %xdZZ's
12:14:23JdGordoninstead of using long sublines for it
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12:31:32pixelmaI can't imagine how that should work at the moment (or where the difference would be - maybe if you need other conditionals inside the sublines?). Could you give an example how e.g. one of the long animation lines in iCatcher would look like then? I don't use animations in my own WPSs so maybe I'm not the right person to ask
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13:00:30ucchannew text viewer plugin had been completed, I send the patch in tracker (FS #11209).
13:00:30ucchanIf you have noticed, please comments to the task.
13:01:04kugelgevaerts, linuxstb, pixelma, saratoga, petur: One thing I would like to highlight once more because I have forgotten to mention it in the interview is that I really don't worry about the exams. I'm able to chose between two examination dates for each exam where the other way after GSoC ended
13:02:06kugelI could schedule up to all exams for the second date if needed so that I can focus on GSoC only after about mid-july
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13:33:40peturkugel: imho, exams have priority, and I would spread as much as possible. Short gaps inbetween should not be a problem, the overal work amount counts, that's all
13:39:19kugelright, I just thought it's useful to know. I just want to make clear that exams are not going to be a problem as I'm flexible with their dates, I have absolutely no disadvantage if I delay them to the 2nd examination period. Actually, I have an advantage (unrelated to gsoc) because I have more preparation time for them as the first period is during the lecture period, and I often get to see the exam from the 1st period. So I would chose the 2nd per
13:39:19kugeliod for the hardest exams anyway
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14:03:51paulk_Hello ! Does the 3.5.1 bootloader starts rockbox with USB support when it's shut down and then plugged by usb ?
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14:07:32Tornepaulk_: on which player?
14:07:42paulk_Torne: e250
14:08:16Tornealso there is no 3.5.1 bootloader, bootloaders are released independantly
14:09:19paulk_ok
14:13:23Tornerockbox usb has been enabled on e200 for a long time, anyway, so it should do :)
14:13:27Blue_Dudepixelma: (For the logs) Don't knock it until you've tried it.
14:13:34vedby the way, is there any reason not to use charging batteries through rockbox? Like by BIG accident the OF would have better charging control?
14:13:35paulk_yes, but when I plug my powered-off sansa to USB , does it starts rockbox or the original firmware ?
14:14:00vedon e200 it starts rockbox for me
14:14:46Tornepaulk_: current bootloader versions boot rockbox, for all targets that have rockbox usb support, except ipods
14:14:54paulk_Torne: okay
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14:15:32Torne(well, actually on ipod the bootloader always boots rockbox as well, even if there *isn't* rockbox usb support enabled on that build)
14:17:58pixelmaBlue_Dude: did you?
14:18:41Tornetalking of ipod bootloaders i need to compile some new ones
14:20:40vedTorne: If you know, is battery charging on e200 controlled almost totally by hardware? Like all the voltage/current characteristics, they do not depend on wether I use OF or rockbox for charging?
14:20:56Blue_Dudepixelma: I already noted that it works in the sim. I spent several hours on it, with a number of sim builds before I hit on an unconventional, but functional, approach. I just posted a note at FS #11208 more fully explaining the problem.
14:22:08Torneved: charging is software controlled
14:22:16Tornewell, sort of
14:22:42Tornethe ascodec chip handles it, but the parameters for the charging are specified by software
14:24:49Tornei would expect the parameters we use are from the original firmware, but they may not be
14:25:09Tornee200 is a stable target and there shouldn't be any problems with it; there are no issues with charging mentioned on the port status page.
14:25:17Torneare you having a problem?
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14:26:32vedno, I've just recently switched to 3.5.1 and started charging with rockbox, and I was just wondering, if charging with OF would be more healthy for the batteries.
14:28:22Tornegenerally on stable targets we do everything at *least* as well as the original firmware, unless there are documented problems ;)
14:28:35vedok :)
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15:43:09pixelmaBlue_Dude: shouldn't the BUTTON_REL event be in the actual button combo part, not the pre-condition? I have a real hard time believing those thing can work with a release event in the pre-condition.
15:44:03pixelmaand how are you supposed to hold the combo? Press Play, release it and immediately press Select?
15:44:23Blue_Dudepixelma: No, not really. That's because the "pre-condition"... isn't. That's a convenient way to think about it if you think in terms of button *depressions* but that's not how the button code works.
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15:45:07Blue_DudeYou press both buttons and release them. The action just triggers on the release, not the depression. The user action is the same.
15:45:23Antibuddhayou know what would be cool? if rockbox made a lossless codec that contained a bunch of lossless codecs, then selects one that would minimize best for specific files
15:45:57Antibuddhalike if its mostly speech it would automatically select some speech compression codec
15:46:05Torneer.. you don't need anything in rockbox to do this
15:46:09linuxstbAntibuddha: That's just an encoding problem. Rockbox will just play whatever...
15:46:10Tornewrite a small shell script
15:46:16Antibuddhaok
15:46:42Antibuddhabut the decoder should contain all the different formats
15:46:45pixelmaBlue_Dude: sorry, that's against all I learned so far and I'm in high doubt (seeing your first try to reverse the combo isn't giving me much trust).
15:47:00TorneAntibuddha: no, why would you want to do that? that's stupid.
15:47:05Antibuddhao
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15:47:13Antibuddhafor simplificity sake
15:47:16Blue_DudeThe button code reads button depressions, button repeats, and button releases. They are different events. The "pre-condition" isn't a pre-condition at all, it's just the previous button press, no matter how long ago that occurred.
15:47:17TorneNo, that's not simpler
15:47:26Torneit's far, far more complicated :)
15:47:44Antibuddhahow come?
15:47:45TorneIt's simplest to just have the encoding script output files in the appropriate format with the appropriate file extension
15:47:52Antibuddhaoh
15:47:56Tornethen any old music player will use the right codec for each
15:48:02kugelBlue_Dude: but the pre-condition must be met for the action to fire
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15:48:10Antibuddhabut what if you made a format that could have data on which decoder to use?
15:48:13Blue_Dudepixelma: Try it. Go look in action.c and enable debug code. See what actually goes on there.
15:48:19TorneAntibuddha: there are many such formats
15:48:21linuxstbAntibuddha: All formats have that...
15:48:28Antibuddhareally?
15:48:37TorneThere's still no reason to care :)
15:48:51linuxstbAntibuddha: How do you think a media player knows how to decode files?
15:48:53Torneit's much easier and simpler to use whatever the native container is for each codec
15:48:59Torneand the correct file extension for that container
15:49:11Tornewhat do you gain by having htem all in the same container?
15:49:33Antibuddhalinuxstb: i mean a single encoder/decoder that contains all apple lossless, flac, and speech specific lossless, etc
15:49:39Blue_Dudekugel: Almost. That's what we usually think about, but the "pre-condition" is just the required *last button* press. It's just that usually we make that last button press a button depression, but other events work just as well.
15:49:44pixelmaBlue_Dude: sure about the three different states but I still don't get what you say about "pre-condition" is not a "pre-condition"
15:49:45Antibuddhathen it decides which one would minimize space best, and tell the decoder which one it used
15:50:01TorneAntibuddha: yes. why can't it tell the decoder by outputting a .spx or .flac or whatever?
15:50:08Tornethat's a perfectly good way to communicate this information
15:50:21Antibuddhabecause not all players will want to have multiple decoders
15:50:27kugelright, it's the required last button press. so it's required, hence it's a pre condition
15:50:33Antibuddhaif it was made mandatory for it to have one super decoder it will
15:50:41Blue_Dudepixelma: The "pre-condition" is the required last button action. It's not necessarily a button depression.
15:50:47TorneAntibuddha: Er, please point to a music player that is used by more than two people that only has one codec?
15:51:02AntibuddhaTorne: apple doesnt like to support flac
15:51:14kugelBlue_Dude: but if you have |BUTTON_REL in the pre-condition that it is a de-pression
15:51:15linuxstbAntibuddha: And they would support such a "super-format" ?
15:51:20Torneapple also won't support your hypthetical new format either
15:51:20Antibuddhabut we could force them to by using a convenient super encoder/decoder
15:51:27Antibuddhaif enough people use it
15:51:30linuxstbErr, no...
15:51:31Torneyou realise that what you describe is *exactly* what almost every music player already implements
15:51:31kugels/that/then/
15:51:35pixelmaBlue_Dude: but that's what you usually do if you hold a button combo though, no?
15:51:45Blue_Dudekugel: yes, but depressing the key wasn't the very *last* action.
15:51:49Torneyou look at the file information to decide which internal decoder to use
15:51:57Tornerockbox works this way :)
15:52:03pixelmayou hold both keys toegther, usually one fore the other
15:52:09Blue_Dudepixelma: Yes, but we can't have a button release event hanging going into a yes/no screen.
15:52:10Tornewe have one big metadata parser blob compiled into the main binary, which knows how to read many file formats' headers
15:52:13Antibuddhabut the encoder should decide for you which format to use
15:52:14linuxstbAntibuddha: But anyway, this is straying away from #rockbox talk. We're not in the business of inventing new audio formats, but we do support as many existing formats as we can.
15:52:21kugelBlue_Dude: it's almost impossible to require a release of a button and require it to be pressed in the next tick again
15:52:22Antibuddhaok
15:52:51pixelmaBlue_Dude: I'm sorry, I still don't understand
15:52:57TorneAntibuddha: for reference, wav, avi, mp4, mov, ogg, mkv, are all existing container formats which work exactly as you describe :)
15:53:09Tornethey can contain any format (in theory) and the header tells you which actual decoder to use.
15:53:20Blue_Dudekugel, pixelma: read FS #11208.
15:53:28pixelmaI did
15:53:34Antibuddhawhat im describing is a encoder that decides which lossless format will minimize space best, and an encoder that contains dozens of lossless algorithms
15:53:50Antibuddhaa decoder that contains*
15:53:57Blue_Dudepixelma: Then try it out for yourself and walk through the button logic. It *does* work.
15:54:04kugelBlue_Dude: I did too
15:54:12BagderAntibuddha: you can already do that by simply encoding with them all and pick the smallest
15:54:27kugelanyway, i think heavily relying on release timing is maybe not a good idea
15:54:28Antibuddhashould be done auto, im discussing im community now
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15:54:43Bagderthe auto part would be a script, yes
15:55:28Blue_Dudekugel: You don't have to time it. You can hold down two buttons and release in any order. A release event is generated, followed by another some time later. The exact timing isn't important.
15:56:07pixelmaIMO your line there is not much different to having BUTTON_NONE there
15:56:22Blue_Dudekugel: What is important is that no keys are held down before entering the yes/no screen.
15:56:43amiconnpixelma, Blue_Dude: BUTTON_REL in a precondition is clearly wrong
15:57:05Blue_Dudeamiconn: Just try it.
15:57:15Blue_DudeIf anyone has a better suggestion I'm all ears.
15:58:23Blue_DudeIt's bass-ackwards, but a release event *is* a legal button press, and a legal *last* button press.
15:58:35amiconnBlue_Dude: That has nothing to do with trying; A release cannot be a precondition
15:58:54Blue_DudeAnd yet it works. What can I say?
15:59:18pixelmaI bet it works the same as BUTTON_NONE there
15:59:25amiconnIt may work if you're lucky, but it's wrong logic
15:59:26Blue_DudeI read the button codes right out of action.c. That's how it perceives it.
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16:00:17Blue_Dudepixelma: OK, try BUTTON_NONE. That seems like it may work but I haven't tested it.
16:01:18Blue_DudeBut BUTTON_NONE really would depend on timing. You'd have to release both buttons at the same tick before you'd go from a combo to BUTTON_NONE in the same action.
16:02:14amiconnBlue_Dude: Why do you trigger a combo on release? That won't work reliably of course
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16:02:39Blue_Dudeamiconn: read FS #11208. I explained in some detail there the problem I was trying to avoid.
16:03:31pixelmaah, I think there's something... with that weird BUTTON_REL you probably stop the "signal chain" (I hope that's the right term) even if already holding one button. And then because you already hold the combo it might work - maybe even slightly better than with BUTTON_NONE where you need to press the buttons exactly at the same time
16:03:33Blue_Dudeamiconn: the button code doesn't care whether a key is depressed, held, or released. It's all the same.
16:04:09kugelBlue_Dude: how about you fix the yesno screen to clear the button state?
16:04:09Blue_Dudepixelma: Almost. With BUTTON_NONE, you'd have to release the buttons at the same time.
16:04:14pixelmaBlue_Dude: surely there was a reason those three states got intruduced
16:04:33amiconnBlue_Dude: That means you need to fix the real problem. The real problem is that the yesno screen interprets leftovers from the previous context
16:04:43Blue_Dudepixelma: What I meant was, you can trigger on any of those three events and it's OK.
16:04:56pixelmaonly if you have the release in the button combo event
16:05:19pixelmaif something else is hit on the same button's release event that's a different story
16:05:37Blue_Dudeamiconn: I looked at that first. But the problem isn't in the yes/no screen, it's in action.c. But you'd have to program action.c to ignore key releases and you can't do that.
16:06:08amiconnIirc there even *is* context-change code already
16:06:19amiconnIt's probably just not used, or not used properly
16:07:56kugelBlue_Dude: button_clear_queue()?
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16:08:06Blue_Dudeamiconn: yes, but consider the sequence: press the combo buttons, the event fires, context switches, one keypress release occurs slightly behind the other, then action.c reads that release as an ACTION_UNKNOWN, and yes/no dismisses itself.
16:08:24kugelhacking action.c won't help since it will be wrong on the next tick again, you'd really need to reset it at the button driver level
16:08:32amiconnAs I said - the problem is in the yesno screen
16:09:36Blue_DudeAmiconn: Maybe. But then we'd need a "no" key instead of no being "anything" but "yes". "Anything" is defined in action.c and it's very broad.
16:10:08*kugel feels ignored
16:10:28Blue_Dudekugel: I tried button_clear_queue. But still the keypress release will fire afterwards.
16:11:26amiconnDON'T clear the queue unless there are *very* special reasons!
16:11:39amiconnIt would be a huge annoyance if you do
16:11:43Blue_DudeAnd it doesn't work anyway so it's moot.
16:11:52kugelamiconn: why?
16:12:25amiconnAnd the yesno screen should interpret anything but 'yes as 'no', 'anything' meaning any *valid* button
16:12:37amiconnACTION_UNKNOWN is certainly not valid
16:12:48Blue_Dudeamiconn: A key release to action.c *is* a valid button.
16:13:01amiconnkugel: Clearing the queue destroys the possibility to press button sequences ahead of the gui
16:13:21amiconnBlue_Dude: A release after context change is certainly not valid
16:13:31kugelamiconn: ACTION_UNKNOWN is exactly 'anything but yes', it gets fired if it couldn't find a matching combo
16:13:50kugelamiconn: acceptable in the yesno screen
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16:14:12Blue_DudeAs I said, we'd need a "no" key to avoid this problem.
16:14:18amiconnClearing the queue is not acceptable. Sometimes I'm pressing 3 or 4 buttons ahead of the gui
16:14:31kugelthe yesno screen is different
16:14:44Blue_DudeEven ACTION_STD_CANCEL would work.
16:14:52kugelit something you need to pay attention to, you can't really be ahead of a yesno screen
16:14:57pixelmasounds a bit weird that a release event can hit without the check that the key was presed before (as I understand happens if context changes)
16:15:01amiconnLihmm
16:15:05amiconn-Li
16:15:49kugelI'm also doing that, but that's not something I want for the particular yesno screen (it often led me to accidental decisions there)
16:17:20Blue_DudeOr... We could be unconventional in an unusual situation and fire an event on key release. Which is what I did.
16:18:04kugelBlue_Dude: accidental decissions in the yesno screen isn't only a problem on the target you're dealing with
16:18:12pixelmait sounds highly illogical though (more like a hack)
16:19:35Blue_DudeUnconventional. Not a hack though, or an exploit. Unconventional though.
16:20:26Blue_Dudekugel: You're going to run into problems in the yes/no screen anytime you enter one with a key already pressed.
16:20:42Blue_DudeThe combo just exposed it.
16:21:02kugelthat's what I mean, hence the yesno screen should be fixed
16:21:46Blue_Dudekugel: So either action.c has to ignore a key release event after a context switch, or you need a "no" key.
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16:22:13kugelI think there needs to be another way
16:22:34Blue_DudeBut if you "fix" action.c I fear unintentional consequences that might be hard to track down.
16:23:18kugelI could also imagine that it doesn't even start calling get_action() for half a second or so to leave enough time to release buttons safely
16:24:15Blue_DudeThat would work. Just wait HZ/2 before getting a button?
16:25:22LloreanI don't really like "dead" periods where you can't press a button.
16:25:37LloreanIt puts an artificial throttle on people who do know what they're doing and just want to click through, since sometimes keypresses might vanish?
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16:26:19Blue_DudeWell... I'm not sure if the release event would be cached anyway and read whenever the get_action is called. Which means a dead space, followed with a button_queue_clear.
16:26:35Blue_DudeWhich is two no-no's in one!
16:27:29Blue_DudeOn the other, other hand, yes/no screens are meant only for actions that require some deliberate choice, so forcing the queue clear might be desirable.
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16:31:52kugelLlorean: acceptable in the yesno screen, IMO. on desktop OSes there are also often situations where the ok button of a dialog is greyed out for a period of time in order to prevent missing important information
16:32:19pixelmathat's not a reason to like this behaviour ;)
16:32:33Lloreankugel: But Yes/No is something you may see often and rapidly, for example while trying to remove/delete several files.
16:32:49kugelI see it very rarely
16:33:20Blue_DudeHow long do you really need to release a key? Half a second seems like a long time to me.
16:33:23LloreanAlso, anything that silently eats a keypress is bad as a general rule.
16:33:31kugelbut deleting files is a perfect example where accidental choices should be avoided at all costs
16:33:41LloreanIf you press something and there's no feedback whether something happened or not, it's not good, especially if blind.
16:33:47Blue_Dude^^^ agree with kugel here.
16:33:59Lloreankugel: Isn't the default option "no" anyway?
16:34:08LloreanThe accidental choice is going to be *not* to delete the file.
16:34:33kugelit's not the default one, it entirely depends on the button state when you enter
16:34:48LloreanBut if you eat a keypress that was intentional, that *will* cause accidental choices.
16:34:56LloreanYou're creating accidents in the name of avoiding them.
16:35:14kugelit's not an accident
16:35:27Blue_DudeIs there really a problem with entering a decision screen with a clean slate? Even if it take a fractional second to achieve it?
16:35:35LloreanIt's not an accident when someone expects the cursor to be in one place and it's somewhere else because you ignored their button press?
16:35:35kugelwe can make it visible that for a period a button press has no effect
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16:35:59LloreanBlue_Dude: Half a second is a considerable amount of time.
16:36:09LloreanAnything over about 100ms is a visible lag in response.
16:36:34LloreanWell, I mean, anything over one frame can be visible to some people
16:36:41Blue_DudeLlorean: I agree. But you don't really want to "cache" a yes decision do you?
16:36:44kugelit would take more than 100ms to even realize a yesno screen appeared
16:36:47LloreanBut over all, you have about 1/10 of a second or so before things can feel 'unresponsive'
16:37:05Lloreankugel: Assuming you don't know it's coming, maybe...
16:37:16Lloreankugel: You're basically ignoring that you only get surprised by it once.
16:37:19kugelit won't be unresponsive if we make it clearly visible
16:37:36LloreanBlue_Dude: Clearing the queue is very different from introducing a delay of half a second once the screen is entered.
16:37:58Lloreankugel: No, but it will still be frustrating to anyone who's used to current behaviour and isn't in the habit of randomly and blindly pressing buttons.
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16:38:42kugelthat means you never pressed a key accidentally?
16:38:51Blue_DudeLlorean: Again, I agree that 1/2 is too long. We only need a fraction of that to make sure a key is released. What is the expected reaction time of an experienced user to a new screen? 100 ms? 200ms? That's perceived lag.
16:39:05Lloreankugel: I've pressed a significant percentage more intentional keys than accidental ones.
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16:39:41Blue_DudeMake it 1/5 of a second before it registers a decision. That should please even hardcore Rockbox file deleters.
16:39:46LloreanBlue_Dude: Why is _rel mapped to something on the yes/no screen?
16:40:01LloreanAnd why do you even need a delay, if you have to clear the queue anyway?
16:40:10Blue_DudeLlorean: Only accidentally. We've been discussing it for a while.
16:40:46Llorean1/5 second (200ms) is still pretty long.
16:40:53LloreanAre people really having trouble with it as it exists currently?
16:40:57kugel200ms is nothing
16:41:01pixelmaLlorean: as I understood, everything is mapped in the yesno screen (one yes, everything else no)
16:41:02LloreanWhat yes-no screen is this?
16:41:28Lloreanpixelma: Maybe _rel actions should simply not be mapped on it...
16:41:32LloreanThat seems like it'd solve the problem
16:41:50Blue_DudeLlorean: we need time to release all keys after a yes/no screen pops up. Sometimes a key is still being held down for a fraction of a second after the yes/no screen is presented, and releasing that key means "no" and the yes/no screen dismisses.
16:42:06LloreanBlue_Dude: I've *never* had that happen to me.
16:42:18LloreanWhich is why I asked if people are actually having this problem, or if it's theoretical at this point?
16:42:33Blue_DudeLlorean: well, there's a first time for everything. It doesn't happen often, but it does happen.
16:42:52LloreanAre people are actually having this problem, or if it's theoretical at this point?
16:43:10Blue_DudeLlorean: there are plenty of things to fix that aren't theoretical. I'm not spending time chasing ghosts.
16:43:21pixelmait's a problem with the hotkey key combo on Ipods
16:43:22Blue_DudeNot theoretical. A problem.
16:43:31LloreanSo who did it happen to?
16:43:33LloreanUnder what conditions?
16:43:35LloreanWhich player?
16:43:38kugelLlorean: I've had this problem several times at least
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16:43:56LloreanAnd again, why can't release actions just be ignored on that screen?
16:44:11Blue_DudeS_a_i_n_t saw it. I saw it and thought it was a sim problem.
16:44:18LloreanAlso, if all other actions are "no" shouldn't release actions cancel the deletion of a file or change of a value, basically meaning it's fairly "safe" to cancel?
16:44:28pixelmawhich could have been discovered earlier as the playlist shortcut key combo was actually the same but no-one knew about it
16:44:38Torne(while we're at it, scrollwheel actions on touch-scroll targets should also do nothing on yesno screens. Ther eis a FS# for this) :)
16:44:50Blue_DudeLlorean: yes, it's safe, but it means that unless your timing is perfect, you can't ever select "yes".
16:44:59LloreanI don't understand why the UI needs a delay to solve a problem with an action that shouldn't have an effect in the screen.
16:45:11LloreanBlue_Dude: Why do you need perfect timing to select yes?
16:45:26Blue_Dudepixelma: Probably the playlist shortcut wouldn't have resulted in a yes/no screen, so maybe not.
16:45:45LloreanAnd nobody's yet answered why "release" can't be ignored, skipping to later questions of mine...
16:46:01LloreanWhat's the deal with it? It seems like a much more friendly solution to the problem since it wouldn't introduce UI lags and such
16:46:20Blue_DudeLlorean: because releasing a key in the yes/no screen means no. And unless all keys are released instantaneously, it's going to read it as a no.
16:46:35kugelLlorean: we haven't had this idea before so someone needs to come up with a patch so we can evaluate it
16:46:36LloreanBlue_Dude: Yes, which is why I'm asking why we can't make "release" do *nothing* instead
16:46:58TorneI can't find the FS# for the change to make yesno ignore the scrollwheel
16:47:00LloreanBlue_Dude: Obviously you can't release a key without pressing a key, so the press would mean "no" if it's a new press, and if there's not a new press, then it's a release from a pre-screen press and can safely be ignored
16:47:01Torneit has a patch, though
16:47:06Blue_DudeLlorean: if you can think of a clean way to mod get_action to ignore key releases in that context, that would be great.
16:47:06JdGordonpixelma: I think icatcher is a good example of where to not use the suggested new tag... conditionals inside conditionals will not make those lines any easier
16:47:21LloreanBlue_Dude: Why don't you accept the releases, but do nothing on them?
16:48:06kugelBlue_Dude: could { ACTION_NONE, BUTTON_REL, BUTTON_NONE } in the yesno keymaps work?
16:48:08Blue_DudeLlorean: the button code is returned by get_action, not the yes/no code. You don't *want* get_action to ignore key releases.
16:48:55LloreanBlue_Dude: Can't the yes/no code decide what to do based on button pressed? Surely somewhere there's logic that says "if select is pressed, do "yes", otherwise do "no"". Can't other cases be added into this?
16:49:01LloreanI find it hard to believe that this code is immutable.
16:49:15Blue_Dudekugel: it might, but "BUTTON_REL" isn't a valid keypress in itself. It's a modifier. So you'd need to OR it with every valid keypress.
16:49:19kugelI assume ACTION_NONE doesn't result in a no decision, but I don't know whether BUTTON_REL alone works for all combos possible with BUTTON_REL
16:49:35JdGordonamiconn: with something that isnt really time critical at all, how many bits of current_Tick would be needed to give some sort of reasonable timing? like could I get away with just the bottom 16bits or so?
16:49:55JdGordononly need to store it to be able to determine if X ticks has passed
16:50:33kugelBlue_Dude: BUTTON_NONE is a special case too, so we could either make BUTTON_NONE|BUTTON_REL, or BUTTON_REL or even a BUTTON_ANY|BUTTON_REL mask out release actions
16:50:43Blue_DudeLlorean: Adding cases is what kugel is trying to come up with.
16:51:06Blue_DudeBUTTON_ANY? Is that valid?
16:51:13kugelnot yet ;)
16:51:19Blue_DudeOh, OK. :)
16:52:27kugelJdGordon: the bottom 16 bits should be fine
16:52:41kugelit will only wrap more often, but it's still equally accurate
16:52:51JdGordonnup :/ value.i is a short
16:53:05JdGordonunless I do naughty things with the void* union member
16:53:24kugelwhy is value.i not an int instead?
16:53:42JdGordonprobably nonesense false economies
16:53:46kugelor a long even, it will always be smaller than a pointer so it wouldn't even make the union bigger
16:54:01kugel(smaller or the same)
16:54:08JdGordonstruyct wps_token
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16:58:39kugelJdGordon: nonsense false economics seems the appriopriate description :)
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17:19:58JdGordonhttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/11210
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17:45:03S_a_i_n_tJdGordon: nice work with FS #11210
17:45:25S_a_i_n_tI'll do some pissing around with it when I can.
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18:07:09pixelmaif the suggested tag doesn't help with the long conditional lines as in iCatcher, then I still don't understand what makes it better than %t in every subline. It would only improve readability very slightly with the disadvantage that all sublines will have the same timeout
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18:07:25pixelmamaybe I miss some use case though
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18:10:46pixelmaand you sure can put images in sublines... I even use it in my WPS (though rarely see it which is why I forgot about it :) )
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18:17:25pixelmathat's all what the long line in iCatcher is for too
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18:45:51CIA-5New commit by 03b0hoon (r25678): Packard Bell Vibe: imageviewer - add button to quit immediately, like in r24904.
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18:50:41pixelmathen I could tab complete his nick correctly too
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19:03:07CIA-5New commit by 03b0hoon (r25679): Packard Bell Vibe: manual - add a few plugin keymaps.
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19:10:26b0hoonsomeone called me? ;)
19:10:44S_a_i_n_tI believe pixelma was looking for you...
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19:12:36b0hoonyes but pixelma is away now
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19:13:01S_a_i_n_tCan anyone tell me why sometimes the database is committed immediately after its initialised, and sometimes you need to reboot the player?
19:13:23S_a_i_n_tI haven't figured out the connection between the two.
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19:14:57S_a_i_n_tAnd, unrelated to the previous question...why do only half of the screens in the dubug section use the .sbs?
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19:21:00kugelS_a_i_n_t: the debug menus were never supposed to be GUI sugar
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19:21:18kugelsome were converted to the simplelist api which automagically includes theming though
19:21:58topikfunman: is the svn bootloader for clip+ broken?
19:22:03kugelre: database, the database has some backup buffer to grow without reboot. if that backup buffer is not enough you'll need to reboot
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19:24:24S_a_i_n_tkugel: Aha, TBH, I thought it was kinda odd that any of them used the .sbs/backdrop at all. For the reason you said, it's a debug menu, not anything fancy-tech-eyecandy looking. I just couldn't find any reason why screen X includes the .sbs/screen Y includes the backdrop, but not the .sbs/screen Z includes neither.
19:24:33S_a_i_n_tIt seemed weird to me, that's all.'
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19:25:41Blue_DudeSomeone help me out here: does some pitchscreen info get used even in hwcodec targets?
19:26:04Blue_DudeRate only maybe?
19:26:40ssorgatemfunman: hi
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19:27:28*domonoky thinks only the combined pitch/speed settings are possible on hwcodec.
19:28:44amiconndomonoky thinks right - and the Player is excluded (the trick only works on MASF)
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19:32:39Blue_DudeOK. I was going back to update the manual to document pitch and speed information in bookmarks and found that sometimes other targets use pitchscreen. So far only swcodec targets save pitchscreen info in bookmarks though.
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19:36:35funmantopik: i don't know, why ? do you mean the bootloader built from svn?
19:37:20funmanssorgatem: hi, i haven't done anything (yet) you could try on fuzev2, do you still have the last patch I gave you ? (which was supposed to test left key)
19:38:11topiki do funman. i removed rockbox from my clip+ after it went unusable but i rather have unusable rockbox than OF
19:38:37topikwith the bootloader i compiled myself i couldn't get it to reach the rockbox main menu
19:38:46funmanget the prebuilt bootloader
19:39:06topiki did, but that lead to my question
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19:39:27ssorgatemfunman: yes, I have it
19:39:50ssorgatemfunman: and left button doesn't work, still
19:39:53funmantopik: it could be broken but since we have a known to work binary bootloader (and corresponding svn revision) i won't look at why it's broken
19:40:13funmanssorgatem: can you paste the patch again? So I can add what could make it work
19:40:17topikfair enough
19:40:19ssorgatemfunman: ok
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19:42:43ssorgatemfunman: http://pastebin.com/KGRxbh4T
19:47:37Blue_DudeThere's a possibility that rate information for hwcodec targets can be stored in bookmarks, if anyone wants to pursue it. I know nothing about how pitchscreen works on them though.
19:47:56Blue_DudeManuals are updated for swcodec.
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19:49:22funmanssorgatem: http://pastebin.com/nDrjjY1h
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19:51:11*ollebe has started writing the first driver speicific to E10 :)
19:52:13funmanollebe: nice, what are you writing?
19:52:23CIA-5New commit by 03Blue_Dude (r25680): Manual update to document pitchscreen info saved in bookmarks on swcodec targets
19:52:38ollebecontrol code for the Cirrus Logic ADC
19:54:20Blue_DudeOK, next project: software mixer. I can't give it up.
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19:55:58Blue_DudeI'm writing a section of pcmbuf that will switch out the data fed to the DMA on the fly, according to whether it's supposed to have more than one source. If one source, no change. If more than one source, it starts mixing with *really* low latency and feeds the result to the DMA.
19:56:02Blue_DudeIt's a bit tricky.
19:56:56Blue_DudeIf two sources are being fed, and one source is paused, then switch back to the other source exclusively.
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19:58:04Blue_DudeI don't know yet whether it can switch fast enough to be imperceptible, i.e. no clicks in audio. If not, then the whole thing might have to be redone.
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20:00:01ollebeblue_dude: nice, what are the applications for SW mixing going to be though?
20:00:27Blue_DudeVoice, pcmbuf_beep, keyclicks. Game audio :).
20:00:35ssorgatemfunman:
20:00:36ssorgatemdualboot.S: Assembler messages:
20:00:38ssorgatemdualboot.S:241: Error: undefined symbol x500 used as an immediate value
20:01:26ssorgatemfunman: and then make exits with Error 1
20:02:32Blue_Dudeollebe: the functionality is already there, but there are limitations. Can't pause while continuing voice playback is a big one.
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20:05:37S_a_i_n_tI've been wondering about http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php?topic=24508.msg165405#msg165405, does a statement saying "you can do what you want with it commercial or non-commercial" equate to GPL compliance?
20:06:15ssorgatemS_a_i_n_t: yes... provided you releasi it under the GPL
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20:06:53S_a_i_n_tAha...you mean release it "initially" undure GPL, right?
20:07:02S_a_i_n_t*under
20:07:22S_a_i_n_tNot just "here's this image, you can do what you want with it commercial or non-commercial"
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20:08:25ssorgatemS_a_i_n_t: no, not initially
20:08:43ssorgatemS_a_i_n_t: well, I suppose the fsm is just under public domain
20:09:26S_a_i_n_tHmmm, sweet. I just knew I had seen it somewhere before. I just couldn;t find anything regarding licensing about it though.
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20:10:14ssorgatemS_a_i_n_t: so it's GPL-compatible, that means, includeable in rockbox
20:10:32funmanssorgatem: hmm the 'x' is a typo, it should have been "#500"
20:10:44ssorgatemfunman: Ok
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20:11:46Blue_DudeS_a_i_n_t: give FS #11208 a try and see if it solves your hotkey problem. It might, or it might just peel back another layer. Let me know.
20:12:47S_a_i_n_tSweet, I can build it from here...but I can't try it on device until later on in the day. I will however, let you know. ;)
20:13:02ssorgatemfunman: updating firmware
20:13:44ssorgatemfunman: left button doesn't work
20:14:51ssorgatemfunman: it seems to behave just like the previous patch
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20:16:18funmanhttp://pastebin.com/ab0b5AEj
20:16:53funmanI commented out a line (with a @) : can you try this patch, and if it doesn't work, try to uncomment the line which starts with bic and comment the one which starts with orr ?
20:18:11ssorgatemok
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20:23:12ollebei think it's time to merge my e10 port into SVN.
20:23:30ollebelet's say i flysprayed a patch for it, would it be committed to SVN?
20:23:43ssorgatemfunman: we're out of luck
20:23:49ssorgatemfunman: neither works
20:25:01ssorgatemfunman: also, a probably unrelated issue, is that i can't turn off the fuze from rockbox if the usb cable is plugged in
20:25:11funmanit works in rockbox, so we can find what's missing. perhaps it's not in button-fuzev2.c
20:25:26funmanssorgatem: it's normal, because the fuze can't charge while it's off
20:26:00ssorgatemfunman: but, is it charging while in rockbox?
20:26:23bertrikollebe, we can't say in advance if stuff will be committed, but if it's a new target and the patch does not affect other targets too much, it should go in quite easily
20:26:25funmanyes
20:26:38ssorgatemfunman: or is poweroff limited by hardware when connected?
20:27:10funmanrockbox just doesn't let it power down while charging (you can keep pressing and cause a hardware power-off though)
20:27:33ollebebertrik: i'll wait a day or so until i have some more code...
20:28:47bertrikollebe, a new target doesn't have to be perfect immediately, but it should at least compile without warnings (at least that's what I think), so yes please put up a patch
20:29:04ollebeit doesn't compile.
20:29:10ssorgatemfunman: interesting: if I power on with the usb cable attached, rockbox isn't able to get to the menu, it keps showing the screen with the banner and the version number
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20:45:43pixelmab0hoon: just wanted to say - if your Prev and Next button more or less saves as left and right, you might have an easier time to calle it \ButtonLeft or \ButtonRight internally (you can make it show "Prev" or "Next" though), this could save you a bit of work on the keymaps
20:46:00pixelmas/saves/serves
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20:50:52b0hoonpixelma: yes, i've noticed it but unfortunately at the end.. and now i would like to end it like this, but of course if it is not good enough, i can change it?
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20:55:09funmanssorgatem: http://pastebin.com/c6sGfK6i (i'll have another one after that)
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20:56:10pixelmaa pity. If it saves some \opt and \nopt I'd actually prefer this, the button tables are hard to read sometimes anyways but I really don't want to hold you back or discourage you :)
20:56:37pixelma^ b0hoon
20:57:59*pixelma wonders about the weird build error in the last round
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20:58:42b0hoonpixelma: it's not really a big problem but only a temporary, i think it will be good to end it like this and then i'll reformat it, ok?
20:59:09pixelmago ahead :)
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21:01:01ssorgatemfunman: with that last patch, rockbox doesn't get to the "flicker"
21:01:57ssorgatemfunman: and left button doesn't work
21:02:33b0hoonpixelma: i just don't want to do a bigger mess with it now. :S
21:02:34ssorgatemfunman: now it happens what i described you it happened before with the usb cable plugged, but wihout thw cable
21:03:37funmanhm i don't understand what happens
21:03:48funmankugel might know ? I'm just copying bits from button-fuzev2.c
21:04:23kugelno idea
21:04:51kugelthe button read routine doesn't really have conditionals could be for a different model
21:05:01kugelthe OF one I mean
21:06:19funmanssorgatem: http://pastebin.com/tD2w60bi
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21:08:44ssorgatemfunman: updating firmware
21:09:09ssorgatemrockbox can't load
21:09:22funmanhm ?
21:10:05ssorgatemit gets stuck at the screen with the rockbox banner
21:10:10ssorgatemand the version number
21:10:13***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
21:10:15funmanweird
21:10:27funmani have made a typo anyway
21:10:29ssorgatemit happened before when -I booted with the usb plugged
21:10:43ssorgatemnow it happens without usb cable
21:10:46pixelmab0hoon: I would hope that it is a smaller mess in the end but I can understand that you just want to finish this work now. It would be nice if it won't be forgotten afterwards though :)
21:11:01ssorgatemand left key isn't willing to cooperate
21:11:05funmandamn me, the typo was there in the first patch
21:11:48b0hoonpixelma: of course, and i've changed my mind i will do it as the first thing :D
21:12:12pixelma:D
21:12:40funmanssorgatem: http://pastebin.com/q3S9RUps (equivalent to the first patch with the typo fixed)
21:13:02ssorgatemok
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21:17:34ssorgatem_funman: IT WORKS!
21:17:45ssorgatem_the firts patch with the typo solved
21:17:56funmanhm then everything is good
21:18:08gevaertskugel: doesn't sdl audio still use sdl threads internally? Maybe that's messing things up?
21:18:29ssorgatem_and rockbox loads ok
21:18:37ssorgatem_regardless of usb cable plugged or not
21:19:03kugelgevaerts: pth completely isolated, sdl doesn't even see that there are other threads
21:19:09gevaertsah, right
21:19:20gevaertswell, it should anyway
21:19:30kugelwhich is btw the reason I need to SDL_PollEvent instead of SDL_WaitEvent for button reading
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21:20:15funmanssorgatem_: http://pastebin.com/h2M7gF8h < much simpler diff, I added the check for center button just in case
21:20:23kugelon my mini2440 the sim killed immediately, not even the −−help text shows up
21:22:23kugelunfortunately I don't have enough space yet to install a native toolchain
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21:23:33gevaertsit wouldn't be very fast anyway :)
21:24:01funmankugel: what do you think of removing Fuzev2 USB check from mkamsboot?
21:24:12kugelnot much
21:24:18fmlI wonder whether there is a good solution to the problem experienced by S_a_i_n_t, blue_dude and co., i.e. a remaining button release after entering the yesno screen. I think it's a general problem, ie. not only yesno.
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21:24:33kugelI'd rather not do it
21:24:53fmlWould the solution proposed by amiconn always work? (Eat all outstanding release event upon context change)
21:25:17funmankugel: perhaps it would be possible to fix the detection instead but i'm not sure how
21:25:43kugelit's not like we have the responsiblity to make it boot on each individual device (and in fact, ssorgatem_'s fuzev2 seems to be the only problemtic one), not in it's current unusable state anyway
21:25:46S_a_i_n_tfml: Who knows dude....it apparently needs some rather complex "bugger-assing-around" with the keymaps.
21:26:09fmlThe problem is easily reproducible e.g. on the e200 sim. Just press the button which is to be pressed to enter the yesno screen long enough.
21:26:10funmankugel: it's not a responsibility, but rather a goal ;)
21:27:08kugelthe left button detection isn't 100% reliable too it seems, so I think there should be at least 1 safe way to boot the OF
21:27:15fmlS_a_i_n_t: no, it would require no changes in keymaps. One change in one place (where context changes) −− and work for all.
21:27:19funmankugel: is it ?
21:28:03gevaertskugel: one buglet: your patch uses sleep() in two places, but it uses it as if sleep has a HZ resolution. On unix, sleep() is in seconds. You probably want usleep()
21:28:16gevaertsnot that this fixes anything
21:28:35kugelgevaerts: what patch?
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21:28:53gevaertskugel: sorry, branch
21:28:58kugelsleep() is the rockbox' sleep()
21:29:11kugelkernel.c defines it, and that's compiled in
21:29:24gevaertswell, libc is also compiled in...
21:29:32*gevaerts doesn't know who wins
21:30:39kugelyes, but only missing symbols are taken from libraries
21:30:39gevaertsI'll check
21:30:39kugelthe fact that button reading works fine proves it :)
21:30:39ssorgatem_funman: it works
21:30:39gevaertsyes, probably
21:30:49fmlHrm... The code in action.c is not trrivial...
21:31:52funmanssorgatem_: cool, so we just need to remove or fix the USB check
21:31:52fmlI wonder if the comment in action.c:211 is an explaining comment or a TODO mark.
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21:33:28kugelgevaerts: the sims work for years with sleep() now btw, I don't see how my branch should change that :P
21:36:05kugelgevaerts: you said crashes within __pth_schedule, right?
21:36:26gevaertskugel: it used to. Now it hangs somewhere in libc with a corrupted stack
21:36:35gevaertsI'm trying to step through the thing now
21:37:28kugelyea, corrupted stack was the main source the prblems I had
21:38:50kugelthe tack is malloc'd, except for the implicit main thread
21:38:54kugelstack*
21:39:19ssorgatemso, in the end, why didn't my left button work? I'm curious about it :). The last patch isn't precisely huge. It seems like only removing a condition from an if statement... but I'm not even sure about in what language it's written 8)
21:39:43funmanssorgatem: it always worked
21:40:16funmanthe patch just removes the USB check (that's written in C preprocessor by the way, the code itself is assembly)
21:40:25funmanit removes it, for the Fuzev2 case only
21:40:39funmanideally we would figure how to make USB detection work
21:40:54funmanit will be needed for Clip+ as well
21:42:39ssorgatemis there any way I could help?
21:43:18funmanwithout coding, testing when we have something to test
21:43:35ssorgatemok
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21:47:47gevaertskugel: it seems that right now pth_init() never returns
21:48:13CIA-5New commit by 03alle (r25681): Fix typo in comment
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21:49:44CIA-5New commit by 03alle (r25682): Fix typo in comment in the other file as well
21:50:37kugelgevaerts: that's very strange
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21:50:58kugelhave you tried static linking?
21:51:29gevaertson my phone pth is linked statically, yes. I haven't traced there, but the symptoms are the same
21:51:36gevaertsI'll try soon
21:51:39kugelhm, otoh the test app succeeds, that all makes no sense
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21:52:56kugelwe only have x86 assembly in codecs, right?
21:53:09gevaerts?
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21:53:59saratogaafaik APE is the only place using x86 ASM
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21:54:10kugelI'm not sure if our build system is intelligent enough to see that it's not an x86 sim; but the fact that it compiles probably means it is
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21:56:39wodzDo the threads[] array contain all informations about running processes in rockbox?
21:57:17wodzI mean if I force brake in debugger
21:57:44kugelyes, cores[] contains the current thread
21:59:06wodzis cores[].running pointer to thread function?
21:59:27thinkpadx61i would like the "The" in artist name (The Beatles, The Kinks etc) to be ignored in database view ... is this a feature in Rockbox?
21:59:29kugelno, a pointer to the threads[] entry
21:59:29ollebeis there a good way to quickly make a compiling keymap c file?
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22:00:09kugelthread[].context.start has the function
22:00:27wodzollebe: if You change file simply run make and only changed portion will be recompiled
22:00:38kugelso, cores[0].running->context.start gives you the thread entry point
22:01:01ollebewodz: i know that but it's no answer to my question...
22:01:43ollebei'wodz: i'm trying to write a keymap c file but it's tedious and boring
22:01:46fmlDo we have some problems in the build system?
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22:02:20S_a_i_n_tthinkpadx61: No, that would require some editing.
22:02:30S_a_i_n_tI'm looking for the wiki link for you now.
22:03:23funmanollebe: copy the keymap from another model
22:03:42wodzkugel: Is there a way to say what is blocking some thread? (so it has status = 2)
22:03:45ollebefunman: done that, but is there a model similar to E10?
22:04:06ollebei have to make approx 1K changes...
22:04:08funmanno idea, you can check the keys of each target in their button-target.h files
22:04:13kugelwodz: yes, I believe so
22:04:26kugelthere sould be a blocker member in the thread_entry struct
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22:05:46S_a_i_n_tthinkpadx61: http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/DataBase
22:06:02wodzbqp member?
22:06:03saratogaollebe: the plus shaped buttons resemble the gigabeat players, although its missing some buttons
22:06:04S_a_i_n_tspecifically, the tagnavi info.
22:06:29ollebesaratoga: ok thanks
22:06:31kugelwodz: I don't know what you mean by status=2
22:07:24kugelwodz: that or the blocker member itself
22:07:24wodzhttp://pastebin.com/pX02CzAd
22:08:16kugelwodz: have you looked at thread.h? it lists all members with some comments as well
22:08:42wodzkugel: sure but I am a bit lost in all this
22:08:53kugelI think bqb is only used for mutex/semaphores
22:10:17kugelwodz: is your target hwcodec?
22:10:24wodzno
22:10:39wodzthe paste was from sim in gdb
22:11:01kugelyou don't have the blocker member, something is wrong there. HAVE_PRIORITY_SCHEDULING should be defined for your target
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22:13:12pixelmaS_a_i_n_t, thinkpadx61: you can't make the database ignore "the" by editing the tagnavi file (you can catch all artists starting with "the" in an own group maybe but nothing more). This is currently not a feature in Rockbox and due to the fact that it only works for English it's not the way that's wanted. The goal is to implement search tags and let the database sort after those "behind the scene" but it hasn't been implemented that
22:13:47pixelmaor yet
22:14:14S_a_i_n_tI thought you could put it in a catchall for "the" titles, then strip the first 4 chars?
22:14:50wodzkugel: greping for HAVE_PRIORITY_SCHEDULING gives only two hits in config.h
22:15:20kugelyes, one is for all SWCODEC targets (and !BOOTLOADER), the other is for imx.31 bootloader
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22:15:59pixelmaS_a_i_n_t: as I understand it would still sort including the "The", just not display it
22:16:19S_a_i_n_tWell, it's a start...
22:16:34wodzkugel: You are right.
22:16:48wodzso in sim I will not see this
22:17:18kugelyou're in the sim?
22:17:35kugeli thought you're on target
22:18:05kugelthe sim can't really be used for problems with threads, it's quite a different scheme
22:19:21pixelmaS_a_i_n_t: for going into the wrong direction? You'll find "Beatles" "Who" etc. between I don't know TaSomething and Uriah Heap or so
22:19:35gevaertskugel: I don't really understand the point of your 64u<<10 notation for stack sizes
22:20:13kugelhabbit :)
22:20:33gevaertsit's hard to read :(
22:20:36S_a_i_n_tpixelma: All he asked for was for "The" to be ignored...so, that fits his request.
22:20:50gevaertskugel: you have 15 seconds, how much is 64u<<10?
22:20:51kugelwodz: you could try checking out from kugel-rb.git/shortlog/refs/heads/gnu-pth-sim">http://repo.or.cz/w/kugel-rb.git/shortlog/refs/heads/gnu-pth-sim it does threading a little bit more rockbox like
22:20:58kugel64k
22:21:06pixelmaS_a_i_n_t: it's not ignored just not displayed
22:21:53S_a_i_n_tSo, it sorts before the chars are stripped? I thought it was the other way around...my apologies.
22:22:40pixelmaI think so and that's what I said 6 minutes ago ;)
22:24:30saratogatechnically 65536
22:24:42thinkpadx61S_a_i_n_t: ty
22:24:42saratogaam i the only one that memorized the powers of 2?
22:24:50S_a_i_n_tI'm on an EEE atm, I'd need to scroll to see 6 minutes ago :P
22:24:58kugelsaratoga: no, me too :)
22:25:00gevaertskugel: if I comment out the call to gui_startup(), pth_init doesn't go wrong. Of course I get assorted segfaults later on when stuff tries to use the gui
22:25:09saratogaimo 1<<16 is more clear though
22:25:32kugelsaratoga: I disagree, but I guess gevaerts wants 64*1024
22:25:33saratogahmm though i guess 64u<<10 does sort of make sense
22:25:42gevaertskugel: I'd put 0x10000 :)
22:25:53funmansaratoga: it's easy: 1, 10, 100, 1000, 10000 ;)
22:26:02saratogaha
22:26:22wodzkugel: Generaly I try to feel how threading works in rb to debug performace problems on my target. Since I do not have the target of concern at hand now I started to look with sim
22:26:38kugelsaratoga: I need the calculator for non-{10,20,30,...} powers of two :)
22:28:41kugelgevaerts: maybe it is a problem with the stack of the main thread?
22:29:07kugelbut that one is handled by the OS
22:30:12kugelwodz: the sim tacks cooperative threading onto preemptive threading with some black mutex magic
22:30:46kugelI expect you don't see the performance penalty in a sim
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22:32:28wodzOn the target I have huge lag (like few seconds) between selecting item in main menu and displaying that entry. It is cpu speed dependend but I don't belive that 45MHz coldfire is that slow. When I select some item in menu (for example Files), status bar with battery status, hold etc. is displayed immediately but the content of menu after long delay
22:33:08wodzThe item chosen doesn't matter
22:33:16wodzIt is the same for all
22:35:55kugelis it the same for the settings menu?
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22:36:10wodzYes
22:37:23wodzThe behaviour is consistent - it always lags after selecting something (or comming back from something)
22:38:59wodzI thought it originates from some blocking loop but If I force brake in debugger (BDM/gdb) I almost always brake in sleep_core function
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22:39:25wodzso the core has nothing to do from threading point of view
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22:44:01kugelwodz: sleep_core?
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22:44:53wodzcore_sleep() :-)
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22:45:08pixelmaJdGordon: the WPS with | from the conditional right behind %pv still fails for me on r25682 in an Ondio sim
22:45:18wodzthread.c:841
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22:46:04kugelwodz: I assume it sits there when it has nothing to do
22:46:41wodzkugel: Me too, but it definitely has something to do - to display that bloody menu
22:46:43kugelmaybe not, I'm not really a cf guy (but amiconn is)
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22:47:35wodzkugel: stop #0x2000 basicaly means: sleep the core until any interrupt occure
22:47:59wodzand interrupts are serviced - current_tick is changing
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22:48:41pixelmaJdGordon: in case you want to try, the line is: %?pv<mute|%pv|line|+%pv>
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23:15:15gevaertskugel: I'm going to give up for today. This could be some sdl/pth incompatibility, which (if true) might be worked around by building sdl for pth threading, but my first attempt at that failed elsewhere.
23:17:22gevaertsbuilding sdl works fine, but I think pth might be initialised too late right now
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23:24:54Surlent777Anyone know if any real work was ever started on supporting the Sansa View? Last I checked it was no. Either way, is there a non-programming way to help with this?
23:25:27B4gderSurlent777: no, there's reverse engineering and development that's needed
23:25:46gevaertsThat depends on whether you consider reverse engineering to be programming
23:25:54Surlent777I probably do
23:26:20gevaertsin that case, probably not
23:26:35Surlent777had to ask
23:26:52Surlent777MSC mode just infuriates me on this device, and Linux kind of lacks MTP support in most areas
23:28:56CIA-5New commit by 03b0hoon (r25683): Packard Bell Vibe: Manual - change the names of the buttons internally (ButtonPrev -> ButtonLeft, ButtonNext -> ButtonRight), remove unnecessary ...
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23:44:25kugelgevaerts: any idea why it would work fine in qemu or on a x86 pc then?
23:44:38gevaertsno
23:44:53kugelthe goal is to not use sdl at all anyway, so that issue might disappear :p
23:45:06gevaertsexactly :)
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