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#rockbox log for 2010-05-14

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00:14:51*n1s wonders why he gets a rm /path/to/apps/codecs/tta.o at the end of the build if any of the tta files changed
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00:21:13CIA-5New commit by 03nls (r26004): FS #11272 by Gerhard Zintel fixing a bug when resetting the database in keybox
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00:26:51funmann1s: i was seeing the same thing for wmapro before tta was added
00:27:11n1sah
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00:40:10BuschelCan anyone with a Coldfire target check the effect of FS #11261 (before and after patch) on a mpc file? The test is quite simple: start to play a file and immediately seek several minutes into the file.
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00:48:15n1sBuschel: if you can wait till tomorrow morning, i can do it
00:48:58Buschelthat's fine. I am also waiting for the response by the originator of the fs entry.
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02:18:17Unhelpfulsaratoga: any code that's currently in control of the UI will call get_action to get the next action, also passing a context. contexts can inherit other contexts, so what a selected context actually contains in terms of button mappings can be a bit complicated
02:18:51saratogai'm just trying to find the functions that link button presses to actual changes of state in the playback engine
02:20:49Unhelpfulright, and that's where things get messy, becaue whatever has control of the UI at present decides how to interpret buttons, by selecting a context which maps button events to action, and then in code that acts on the received action.
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02:22:14saratogayeah i can't follow the code
02:22:23saratogado you happen to know what the functions are in playback?
02:22:29saratogamaybe i can work backwards
02:22:41Unhelpfulit looks like menu.c has a hook for stop actions... apps/gui/wps.c handles a few actions as well
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02:24:06*Unhelpful is a bit surprised that more playback actions aren't supported in the menu, actually
02:25:19saratogagui_wps_show looks promising
02:26:11Unhelpfulwhat exactly are you looking to do? if you're just going to manipulate playback state from inside code you probably want to look at the audio_* stuff in playback.c
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02:57:08Blue_Dudesaratoga: What are you trying to do exactly? Maybe I can point you in the right direction...
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03:04:07saratogaBlue_Dude: curious about externally driving the playback engine from a script for automated testing
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03:05:34Blue_DudeThat could be driven by calls to functions in audio.h. Should work for hwcodec and swcodec targets.
03:06:26Blue_DudeIIRC the plugin API exposes them also.
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03:11:40saratogaBlue_Dude: what is AUDIO_SRC_PLAYBACK?
03:11:49saratogacan rockbox actually record it's own output?
03:15:03Blue_DudeLooking for that reference...
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03:19:26Blue_DudeOh OK. It distinguishes what source gets output to the hardware: playback, radio, or line in. I have no idea if it means the recording hardware can tap it as its going out.
03:20:34Blue_DudeMIC IN is another possibility.
03:21:04Blue_DudeBut that one may be recoding only. Depends on hardware.
03:21:50saratogahmm ok
03:21:50Blue_DudeSPDIF IN...
03:22:00saratogaso i'd have to add another way to dump PCM to disk
03:22:13saratogai wonder if kugel's work makes this any easier
03:22:16Blue_DudeI don't know if we can loopback to the recording hardware.
03:22:46Blue_DudeWell the sim already does this. Did you mean on the target?
03:23:08saratogasim is fine
03:23:23Blue_Dude./rockboxui −−debugaudio
03:23:28saratogahow does that work?
03:23:55Blue_DudeDumps the PCM output to disk as it's sent to the PCM driver.
03:24:15Blue_DudeMakes a .RAW file. Essentially a wav file without the header.
03:24:36saratogait does this at 1x speed or as fast as possible?
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03:26:21Blue_DudeAt 1X speed. If you want to dump it all ASAP, use test_codec.
03:27:42saratogayeah but that doesn't use playback, so it doesn't test the actual playback code, only the codecs
03:27:44Blue_DudeTest_codec makes wav files, too, so you don't have to convert. OTOH, if you're testing the interface, −−debugaudio captures exactly what's being sent out.
03:28:34Blue_Dudetest_codec uses the playback chain as far as dsp. It doesn't actually try to output anything through the playback engine itself.
03:28:45saratogayeah i know i've worked a bunch on it
03:28:54Blue_DudeFor that, use the sim.
03:29:37Blue_DudeIs there a problem with the playback engine? Or are you trying to benchmark it somehow?
03:29:44saratogatheres a lot of problems with it
03:29:51saratogalots and lots of things can crash it
03:29:54Blue_DudeWell, yeah :)
03:30:47saratogaeven simple things like repeat mode often don't work correctly, and then theres low memory targets
03:31:27Blue_DudeI don't like how the buffering context switches before the track is played out...
03:32:00saratogaisn't that for things like crossfade where its needed?
03:32:59Blue_DudeNah. It just switches when the buffer is finished with it, not when it's actually played.
03:33:12Blue_DudeCrud. Got to go... Back in a while...
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03:54:57Unhelpfulmaybe for debugging purposes the sim could run the PCM output at some multiple of realtime?
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04:17:17Blue_DudeUnhelpful: That's a possibility. But that would involve essentially artificially overclocking all of Rockbox, wouldn't it? I don't know.
04:18:14saratogalabi assume you could just change whatever clock SDL is using
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04:18:39Blue_DudeMaybe just a modification of sound.c in rockboxui would serve. Instead of waiting for the SDL driver to request more samples, it could just bypass SDL and send output to disk via the debugaudio mechanism already there.
04:19:13saratogalabis the only limit on playback/buffering/codecs the rate at which the PCM buffer empties?
04:19:22Blue_DudeBut it would have to be patient enough to recognize when it's starving for samples vs just running out of samples at the end of playlist.
04:20:05Blue_DudeWell, there's the kernal timer as well.
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04:22:24Blue_DudeYou can cut out the SDL code in sound.c and replace it with a delay function that clocks out samples at 2X, 4X or whatever. At some point you're probably going to starve a thread for data but I have no idea where it will break down first.
04:23:17Blue_DudeAnd the UI will be just plain weird.
04:23:45saratogalabwell the idea was to drive it via a script and then compare the PCM output or check for deadlocks
04:23:50saratogalabthe GUI isn't so important
04:24:02saratogalabdetecting deadlocks will be interesting
04:24:13Blue_DudeI think it would be fun.
04:26:29Blue_DudeOr you could rewrite playback and buffering and save us all the trouble...
04:26:46saratogalabonly if i can drop all features except playback and seeking
04:27:47Blue_DudeSold!
04:28:05saratogalabeventually it would be really useful to have some simple automated testing built into the build system
04:28:47saratogalabqueue a few tracks and just skip around them, seek, rebuffer, switch codecs, etc
04:29:03saratogalabthat way if someone breaks something its clear
04:31:26Blue_DudeA script engine is considerably more than "playback and seeking".
04:32:21saratogalabit could be as simple as a list of commands that are fired into the action code every X ticks
04:32:35saratogalabi think the scripting is easier then hacking rockbox to do it all
04:32:42Blue_DudeHm.
04:33:29Blue_DudeI wouldn't mind being able to seek across track boundaries.
04:35:05*Unhelpful sees problmes in changing the playback "speed" if you're trying to debug things that may be due to interactions between threads... :/
04:36:20saratogalabthreading isn't the same in the sim anyway, so it won't be like on target
04:37:49Unhelpfuli thought we used locks to make the sim threads *seem* cooperative despite their being platform threads?
04:39:03saratogalabtiming won't be the same though, so if theres threading bugs they won't be the same
04:39:35saratogalabplayback bugs on the clip where nondeterministic on the device, so I assume timing was a factor
04:40:26saratogalabbut pcs are so fast, and we have so many on the build system we could do each test 100 times a day and catch all the serious ones
04:43:29Unhelpfulif we could send test scripts to the build system to run on sims ;)
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05:31:34jhMikeSfunman: Don't know. The other drivers should already stop if the cb returns < 0 since that's how it's supposed to work. One thing's for sure, it needs to be sped up. It almost doesn't matter if it starts and stops recording at this point.
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07:50:13JdGordonwho knows rockbox recording code?
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08:19:23amiconnJdGordon: I know the hwcodec recording code. Does that help?
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08:21:56amiconnRegarding tta - I think I know why the filter asm doesn't help much. Unlike the filters in libdemac and libffmpegflac, the libtta filter function doesn't loop over multiple samples, but is called once per sample
08:22:44amiconnThe C version is 'static inline', using asm the way ucchan did un-inlines the filter function
08:23:01*amiconn should try to convert that to inline asm
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08:25:44CIA-5New commit by 03jethead71 (r26005): pitch_detector: Use continuous recording, even if the algorithm is too slow for that and record a whole buffer even if the min frequency is higher. ...
08:26:33JdGordonamiconn: I'm looking for a good way to know if recording has taken the buffer or not? in_recording_screen() doesnt sound good enough...
08:28:44jhMikeSJdGordon: it takes in the init, using audio_get_buffer
08:30:06jhMikeSmore specifically, pcmrec_init calls audio_get_recording_buffer
08:31:15JdGordonI found that, but It doesnt expliclty release it?
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08:31:50JdGordonand while it has it the buffering thread is still active and will cause big problems if anything calls bufopen()
08:33:13JdGordonthis could also mean that me wanting to use the buffering.c code to store the radio art images is a bad idea?
08:35:04JdGordonhttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/11263?getfile=21870 has my hack to work around this.. send an event in pcmrec_init saying get out of the buffer, and one in pcmrec_close() saying the buffer is safe again, but I'm not sure that is the best
08:35:16jhMikeSno it doesn't "release" it. it just stops using it and playback grabs it back later
08:35:19JdGordonand that is swcodec only right?
08:35:29jhMikeSyes
08:35:35JdGordonyeah, which doesnt sound very safe
08:36:47JdGordoncould we change recording to actually open a handle requesting the whole buffer instead of just stealing it? that way any calls to bufopen() would fail because the buffer appears to be full...
08:38:06jhMikeSwhere the heck is rocklib_aux.c ? I don't have it in my tree. is it auto-generated?
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08:41:07*jhMikeS has no idea how to fix _that_ particular error nor why it happens
08:41:41CIA-5New commit by 03jethead71 (r26006): Fix some sim warnings.
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08:50:55jhMikeSJdGordon: so long as recording gets what it needs, which is whatever is setup there
08:52:28jhMikeSit's audiobuf to audiobufend
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08:55:26jhMikeShmmm...it seems maybe that lua thingy can't properly handle "const unsigned long list[]"
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08:56:51jhMikeSdilemma is: quick fix and change the function or fix the incomplete parser >:[
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09:00:46JdGordonalmost the same question... If i make it safer to use the buffer when audio is stopped, is that going to make people more likely to use it as a general purpose buffer (i.e malloc!)
09:01:38*jhMikeS wonders who "people" are
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09:09:49funmanjhMikeS: http://pastie.org/959928 ?
09:11:51jhMikeSfunman: thanks...hehe. I just did the same but I put it as the last one. any reason it should be up there?
09:12:08funmanno i think it's unordered
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09:15:26funmanpitch_detector doesn't recognize my voice :o
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09:17:05CIA-5New commit by 03jethead71 (r26007): Fix LUA red and yellow.
09:17:37jhMikeSit used to respond with "hello rafael"?
09:17:57funmanyes, i just asked it to open the door and it refused ;)
09:19:14jhMikeSit's taking on my personality already :)
09:20:16funmanjust blowing air in the mic would display a tune but not now
09:20:50jhMikeSI did tune my guitar with it which went pretty well.
09:21:34funmanah it works with higher volume
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09:22:00funman(and with a tune played from the computer - i have no instrument)
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09:24:27funmanranma: can you dump I2SOUT registers from OF when playing mp3 ?
09:25:44funmanranma: and DMA registers too ?
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09:32:12n1sfunman, jhMikeS I guess FS #10635 can be closed now, seems fixed to me at least
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09:40:50funmanyep looks good
09:43:45jhMikeSn1s: the crashing? I suppose.
09:44:17n1syeah, it doesn't crash for me anymore anyway, thanks for that btw :)
09:47:11jhMikeSjust doing my job, sir. :)
09:48:16n1sso was it the fact that it didn't stop playback that made it crash or the nasty starting and stopping of recording?
09:49:02jhMikeSwhich targets was it again? I think funman fixed the fact dma wasn't stopping because it ignore the return value or something.
09:49:21jhMikeSmy problem could've been something else with getting versions out of sync
09:50:10n1sit crashed on my c220 but not on h300
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09:50:18n1seh c240
09:50:32n1snot the c240 doesn't crash anymore
09:50:36n1snow*
09:51:56funmanthe callback stopped dma, and drivers stopped dma again when the callback returned
09:52:50n1sdouble dtop -> crash?
09:53:00n1ss/dtop/stop/
09:54:36funmanlooking at pcm-pp.c:pcm_rec_dma_stop() it shouldn't ..
09:56:23funmanto get recording working on clipv1 i must set PCM_NUM_CHUNKS to 32 but then i have overflow warnings
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09:58:48*n1s closed the bug now
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09:59:00funmannot with mp3 enc though
09:59:02n1sonly 258 to go
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10:03:03funmanis fs#11237 a real bug ? (should we mute playback at lowest volume when we show the muted icon?)
10:03:24jhMikeSthe audio driver is supposed to do that
10:04:24jhMikeSfunman: btw, you get overflow warnings #2? you set the chunk size to 2048?
10:05:25funman2 (encoder) sometimes together with 1, i kept the chunk size to 8192
10:05:27jhMikeSerr, 4096 and make NUM_CHUNKS 512
10:05:56funmannot possible, 4096*512 == 8192*256 == 2M
10:05:58CIA-5New commit by 03alle (r26008): 22 pixel high Nimbus-like font, containing only digits and the period; intended for use in FM screen for displaying frequency (FS #11271)
10:06:14funmanwe need to go with 512kB maximum
10:06:50jhMikeSfunman: I thought the problem was just with the chunk being too big
10:07:02funmanhm it's unrelated
10:07:17funmanrecording is disabled on clipv1 & pals because of small memory
10:10:10jhMikeSwell, it does need that. however, anything flash based probably can use a different strategy and flush encoded data frequently
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10:11:26jhMikeS2M = 11.89s pcm. I'm sure that could go way down on a flash target as well
10:13:13jhMikeSprobably not < 1s though if you're getting overflows
10:13:18funmanhm as3514 mutes before teh lowest step
10:15:47pixelmaI think volume isn't completely muted on my c200 at the lowest setting (could have changed though, not sure at the moment)
10:16:23funmanpixelma: shouldn't have changed
10:16:55pixelmathat's a v1 in case that wasn't clear
10:17:15funmanyep, they use the same code
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10:21:15funmanr13447 mentions an 'audio improvement' for as3514, any idea what it is ?
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10:23:11*n1s doesn't like bugs that happen sometimes...
10:27:23S_a_i_n_tAs opposed to bugs that happen all the time?
10:27:31S_a_i_n_tYou like those better? ;)
10:30:24n1syes!
10:30:35jhMikeSbugs that happen all the time are easier to squash
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10:33:22n1sjhMikeS: does the beast charge if you power it down with the charger connected?
10:35:51CIA-5New commit by 03funman (r26009): as3525: change SDRAM settings only in models for which there is a bootloader ...
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10:36:21funman257 to go :D
10:36:41n1s\o/
10:37:11jhMikeSn1s: nope. it's controlled by software. I was considering a mode where it finishes that and then powers down when complete.
10:38:21n1sah, yeah, or just prevent shutdown like some other targets do when charger is connected
10:39:15jhMikeSHAVE_POWEROFF_WHILE_CHARGING? I think that's the define. It could be removed. but really, it should finish the job and shut off by itself.
10:39:47jhMikeSfor now, removing it sounds reasonable
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11:00:20n1sgah, found another bug
11:01:46n1sabd it's one of those that seems so unlikely to trigger that it might have been there for years...
11:02:08*n1s tests other targets
11:02:17jhMikeSwhich is what?
11:02:58n1splaying a flac and then starting a mpc while it's still playing -> whitenoise, any other transition with mpc, flac or other codecs doesn't seem to do it...
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11:05:52fmlHello. How do I activate an .fms file? Just 'play' it in the browser? No matter where it is?
11:06:23kugelfml: I didn't understand your last commit
11:06:34kugelwhat's the point of a font which contains only numbers?
11:06:36Lloreann1s: I seem to remember someone complaining that seeking in the current version of MPC is pretty bad (just slow) as well. It would be worth checking to see if that was introduced when MPC was updated to handle the new sv?
11:07:27fmlkugel: I thought the commit message did explain it. What do you not understand?
11:07:28n1sLlorean: yeah, i was going to test Buschel's patch to fix the slowness when i wanted to see how slow it was before
11:07:56jhMikeSn1s: isn't that the same deal with the ascodec sansa's as the beast?
11:08:00n1sgood news is that his patch fixed the slowness, i'll try to go back in history to see if i can spot anything
11:08:00Lloreann1s: I meant the flac/mpc crash might be around that time too? It seems like something that might've been noticed.
11:08:44n1sjhMikeS: eh, what's the same deal? :)
11:08:46Lloreanfml: Is there an indication for users that the font is unusable even as a basic font?
11:08:49kugelfml: I mean, a font takes several KB in ram no matter of how many glyphs it has got
11:08:55LloreanI'm not sure we should be including fonts that can't even render the menus in English.
11:09:16funmani can record on clipv1 and i only get warnings (encoder buffer overflow) when recording PCM at 88.2kHz or 96kHz
11:09:29jhMikeSn1s: with the charging
11:10:07fmlLlorean: good point!
11:10:07n1shmm, the flac->mpc whitenoise thing happens on h300 but not the beast... endianness messup??? (but how can the codecs influence eachother like this)
11:10:09kugelfunman: these freqs don't make sense to use anyway, do they?
11:10:24n1sjhMikeS: no idea
11:10:37fmlkugel: but if you want to use it −− even if only for the frequency −−you take it into account
11:10:46*jhMikeS things those are ludicrous frequencies
11:10:55funmankugel: well you never know ..
11:11:03kugelfml: no, why?
11:11:13jhMikeSif you're recording thing for bats or dolphins, sure it makes sense
11:11:35funmanbtw we could even go higher than that !
11:11:39fmlkugel: because you *want* large digits (if you want them)
11:12:01funman3MHz on as3525v1
11:12:05kugelyes, I understand that, but why limit the font to only numbers?
11:12:15n1sjhMikeS: i can shut down the c200 when charging from usb so it's probably the same deal
11:12:19fmlLlorean: I might add basic latin letters later
11:12:51fmlkugel: because I needed just that now and had no time to design all other glyphs
11:13:36fmlkugel: am I right that I can play an .fms file and it will be set as FMS?
11:13:46kugelI would think so
11:14:21kugelthe commitdiff suggests it's possible
11:14:37pixelmathe path to the bitmaps needs to be correct though I guess
11:16:08funmanas3525v2 records microphone on both channels unlike as3525v1
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11:18:05*jhMikeS wonders if he should IRAM-up the pitch plugin (or more accurately commit that)
11:19:29jhMikeSseems to get H120 going alot better
11:19:39n1ssounds like a good idea
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11:21:55LloreanjhMikeS: Plugin?
11:22:39n1spitch_detector
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11:25:57LloreanAh
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11:39:51n1shmm, it happens on ape -> mpc too
11:40:06pixelmaUnhelpful: maybe you know - is the album art size limited to the display size in a way that e.g. llets me only load square album art to the shortest dimension of the display size (e.g. on a 160x128 display a square album art is only allowed to be 128x128)?
11:40:41n1sand alac...
11:41:31Unhelpfulpixelma: shouldn't be - loading 160x128 album art is valid, but a square album art will be scaled to 128x128 to maintain aspect ratio - you'd need to have wide album art to actually fill that.
11:41:40n1sand tta...
11:41:53n1sso lossless -> mpc == whitenoise ???
11:42:11funmanhappens on sim ?
11:42:20n1snope, seems cf only
11:42:25pixelmaUnhelpful: the latter was my question- am I not allowed to load it 160x160 and let a viewport do the clipping?
11:42:38*n1s needs to drink coffe before testing more
11:43:12Unhelpfulerm, so you'd want to load a 160x160 image unscaled and have it clipped to fit? i don't think that can be done at present
11:43:31Lloreann1s: And it only happens when playback is interrupted in one by another, and not on "next track" style playlist transitions?
11:44:48pixelmaUnhelpful: well doesn't necessarily need to be a 160x160 image but a square one at least so I wouldn't need two bitmaps
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11:45:18Unhelpfulpixelma: i'm not really quite sure i understand what you *want* it to do?
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11:47:39pixelmahave the album art use the full display (width on a landscape screen) without looking stretched or having to prepare a second set of bitmaps. I wouldn't mind if there are missing parts
11:48:25funmanjhMikeS: pcm_record.c : why not trusting storage_spinup_time() in pcmrec_refresh_watermarks() ?
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11:52:34jhMikeSfunman: trusting?
11:53:18funmanif (spinup_time == 0) spinup_time = 3.5s
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11:54:08jhMikeSreasonable default if it hasn't been set
11:54:17funmanonly ata sets it non 0
11:54:41funmanperhaps you were only thinking of ata then?
11:54:42jhMikeSyeah, but iirc, it wasn't always set when it needed to be
11:54:46funmanok
11:55:22jhMikeSyes, ata was in fact the primary concern, and petur will kill you if you mess up his tapings :)
11:55:34funman^^
11:55:49funmanwell if i change this i will ask testing
11:56:19*petur loads his gun
11:56:24amiconnSpinup time is only set properly after the first spinup that happens under control of the main ata driver
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11:57:05amiconnThe 3.5 seconds are in fact ooooold. I already tjought about lowering it for flash targets at some point
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11:59:00jhMikeSdo we even need it for flash targets?
11:59:31amiconnn1s: My guess is that mpc doesn't set the necessary emac mode
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12:00:08amiconnjhMikeS: Well, we do need some kind of watermark. Setting spinup time to something low is probably easiest
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12:02:15jhMikeSamiconn: recording doesn't accept very low numbers, but that's all based on a drive. it probably also needs to know if the volume with the destination directory is flash or not. if flash only, then compile different code.
12:02:27AlexPWhy are we adding fonts with only numbers?
12:02:55AlexPIf it is wanted for the FM screen I would have thought including it in a theme bundle would make more sense
12:03:31LloreanAlexP: I basically agree.
12:04:16jhMikeSpcmrec would probably be simpler if it had a buffering thread *and* a control thread. right now it weird stuff so it can be responsive to input.
12:04:19LloreanIf a font is to be visible in "browse fonts" it should be able to handle the menus in the default language at a bare minimum.
12:04:23AlexPyes
12:04:39AlexPperhaps a quick mail to the dev list is in order
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12:05:06LloreanAlexP: While numerical fonts make sense (for a variety of purposes) there needs to be a situation in place to separate them first (as well as, possibly, a way to load them setting aside much less RAM)
12:06:23LloreanThough there should also probably be a deifnition of what they would include both as a minimum and maximum (digits, colon, comma, period, as a possible example)
12:07:15jhMikeSpcmrec could have much of the core functionality taken from the UI and run by the pcmrec thread instead, making the screen a tack-on piece rather than required.
12:07:23AlexPI agree they make sense, in fact I have done a couple myself for exactly this - I have 40 and 50 point ones for big screen FM
12:07:36AlexPI just wouldn't add them to the font pack
12:08:44LloreanDefinitely not in the font pack we have rbutil download for users.
12:08:54funmanjhMikeS: what's about 'not accepting low numbers' ? i'm playing with very low numbers here
12:09:21funman23 encoder chunks
12:09:52jhMikeSfunman: see how the code rejects ridiculous spinup times (for a hard disk, starting line 762)?
12:11:37*kugel apparently needs another bigish commit :(
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12:18:48kugelwould anyone object to renaming our math.h?
12:18:53funmani don't get what PANIC_SECONDS is
12:19:24funmanwhy is it below FLUSH_SECONDS ?
12:21:59gevaertskugel: why?
12:22:51kugelthe sim uses a little trick to get the system's math.h for code in uisimulator/. that trick doesn't work with the target tree and so it includes our math.h
12:22:52funmanah it just boosts priority when approaching the high watermark
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12:23:18kugelbut our math.h doesn't declare any functions, but only constants which are not even part of iso c
12:25:02jhMikeSfunman: The panic time is if things are getting too full and it must boost thread priority over other things like UI to get the data out
12:25:42gevaertskugel: traditional unix math.h has the functions, so I think that our math.h really is a stripped down "standard" math.h
12:26:14funmanjhMikeS: it does 'panic' even before the buffer is ready for flushing though
12:26:34kugelgevaerts: ours hasn't got a single function
12:26:43gevaertsso?
12:26:53gevaertskugel: isn't the proper solution to move it to libc/include?
12:27:05kugelsome code in uisimulator to be moved into the target tree wants the functions
12:27:14jhMikeSfunman: well, with ATA, if you got under PANIC_SECONDS remaining until full, it panics. if you change buffer sizes, those values have to refect it
12:27:48kugelwell, the sim doesn't use that mechanism yet so it includes libc/include as well
12:28:00funmanhm aren't the watermarks in available recorded chunks, rather than in available free chunks?
12:28:07gevaertsok, then *that*'s the real problem I think
12:29:19funmanhm i must have things backwards
12:29:19kugelactually I asked before committing whether the sim should already use the mechanism to exclude libc/ but you were opposed to that
12:29:19jhMikeSfunman: they're convered to that from remaining time to recorded chunks
12:29:33n1sLlorean: nope, happens on regular transitions too
12:29:33jhMikeSor are they...(been a long time)
12:29:40n1samiconn: ah, that sounds plausible
12:30:22jhMikeSfunman: yeah, enc_num_chunks - <some calculated value>.
12:30:36funmanhttp://pastie.org/960074
12:30:45gevaertskugel: I wasn't opposed to switching, I just thought it a bad idea to do too much at the same time. It seems that now might be a good time :)
12:31:04kugelah, now I understand, makes sense :)
12:31:57jhMikeSfunman: about the only ata target it regularly panics is x5 recording WavPack at 88kHz.
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12:33:05funmani have put the spinup time adjustement under #if STORAGE_ATA, the rest isn't modified
12:33:05funmanyeah i'm testing wavpack@96kHz for worst case
12:34:02n1samiconn: indeed, mpc doesn't set up the emac mode
12:34:07jhMikeS"define LOW_SECONDS .1" <−− ??
12:34:27funmanjhMikeS: the whole buffer is 1.23s @ 96kHz
12:37:00*jhMikeS was just commenting on the floaty thing (these could be in 1/10s form or something)
12:37:27funmanwe convert to ticks with *HZ so it's ok
12:37:31tschernyhello everybody, i would like to edit the wiki
12:37:42funmani don't know if it's legal C but it works in gcc so..
12:37:44AlexPWhat is your wiki name?
12:37:50funman(as long as HZ is builtin constant of course)
12:37:53tschernyStefanWanja
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12:38:52jhMikeSfunman: yeah, but does it up-convert to floats or turn HZ*flow into an int first?
12:39:01jhMikeSHZ*float
12:39:15funmanlatter
12:39:31funmanlet me check again
12:39:58jhMikeSline 737, 4*.1 will give 0, no?
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12:40:21funmanhm good catch
12:40:32AlexPtscherny: OK, should be fine
12:40:47funmanah it's why i used .25 first :o)
12:41:52jhMikeScould do PREC*CONST*x / (PREC*y), for other PREC can be 1, for this PREC can be 10
12:42:36funmanor make PREC 1000 and use milliseconds?
12:43:01funman(CONST/1000) would be integer
12:43:13funmanoops, and it would be the 0 integer :o)
12:43:18jhMikeSif you want, but I was just trying to avoid the extra instruction for targets than can use plain seconds
12:46:25funman4*.25 could an integer but i don't know how to write that cleanly
12:46:47n1samiconn: setting the emac mode fixed it, thanks
12:48:02funman4*1/4
12:48:28CIA-5New commit by 03nls (r26013): Restor setting of EMAC mode on coldfire lost in r25056 fixes whitenoise when transitioning from a codec using a different EMAC mode.
12:48:31funman#define LOW_SECONDS 1/4 -> low_watermark = (sample_rate*4*LOW_SECONDS + ....
12:48:44jhMikeS4/4
12:48:55funman?
12:49:03jhMikeS:_)
12:49:04n1shmm, cook is not setting the emac mode either...
12:49:24funmanjhMikeS: oh, was that a bool ? ;)
12:49:26n1smt: where do you think such setup should go in the cook codec?
12:49:27*jhMikeS just want to be careful not to get overflows in any of that too
12:51:01jhMikeStypedef bool oney
12:51:43funmanhttp://pastie.org/960074
12:52:25funmani could add a comment which says fractions must be integer fractions of 4
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12:56:50funmanit removes spinup adjustements for existing flash targets though, should that require testing?
12:56:55jhMikeSthat would change all of mathematics
12:57:12funman?
12:57:26funmanthe spinup time change?
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12:58:24jhMikeSif fractions, generally speaking, must be :) Oh, you meant these paticular ones. sorry. :)
12:58:30funmanyep
12:58:59funmani added "fractions must be integer fractions of 4 because they are evaluated with X*4*XXX_SECONDS, that way we avoid float calculation" for that particular case (MEM <= 2)
12:59:17funmanok for commit? i tested on fuze, spinup_time change didn't cause bad effects as expected..
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13:00:53jhMikeSprobably should mention that the order of the constants can't be rearranged either
13:00:59funmanthe only targets with flash & recording are sansas, ondiofm and iaudio7
13:03:03tschernythanks
13:03:25funmanpixelma: could you test http://pastie.org/960098 on ondiofm please?
13:04:03pixelmanot for the next 6 hours at least
13:04:18funmanshould I put it on flyspray ?
13:05:00funmanor commit and fix bugs if they happen
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13:05:24jhMikeSguess it's fine to commit on the grounds that it doesn't change code for the ata targets.
13:05:40funmanlet's do that
13:07:59*n1s gets the trusty old straightened paperclip
13:08:19CIA-5New commit by 03funman (r26014): Enable recording on clipv1/m200v4/c200v2 ...
13:08:58CIA-5New commit by 03uchida (r26015): fix: The second playback time is not correct in playing TTA musics continuously.
13:09:01CIA-5New commit by 03nls (r26016): Set up EMAC mode in cook, fixing whitenois when transitioning from a codec using different emac mode.'
13:12:36jhMikeSn1s: the old "forgot to set macsr" trick?
13:13:16n1sjhMikeS: yep, or in mpc, "removed the call setting macsr" :)
13:13:46funmanranma: how's c200v2 FM, we need to remove this annoying red entry on SansaAMS !
13:18:05tschernyhey guys, does anyone of you have the sources for the sigmatel STMP36XX platform?
13:18:27funmanjhMikeS: i can copy the mono channel into the muted one, but i don't see it on the peakmeter since it has to happen at the end of the DMA transfer :/
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13:18:47funmantscherny: nothing on the wiki ?
13:19:00tschernywell there are links, but the go to sigmatel.com
13:19:04tschernywhich is not there anymore
13:20:04jhMikeSfunman: for e200, I just did the copy from the ISR if the source was MIC, but it's not DMA so it's done during each FIFO emptying.
13:20:28n1ssigh, playing the a52/ac3 file in the test_files after anything else hardlocks, but not only on cf
13:20:50funmanyes i've seen that, but now i removed ISR based copying ;)
13:21:38jhMikeSfunman: where is it now?
13:21:51funmanwell now it uses dma
13:21:59jhMikeSe200 v1?
13:22:18funmansorry
13:22:33funmani've seen how it is done on e200v1 but i removed ISR copying from e200v2 (and others) code
13:22:51funmanon clipv2/clip+/fuzev2 both microphone channels work though
13:23:07funmanso the trick is only needed on clipv1 & friends
13:24:37CIA-5New commit by 03uchida (r26017): updates the README document.
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13:33:13amiconnfunman: Doesn't the ADC have a setting to do the copying, i.e. route the same input to both right & left channel adc?
13:33:32funmannot that i've seen
13:33:45amiconnHmm, odd
13:33:46funmanand afaik jhMikeS added this code after not finding such a setting
13:33:57funmanwell you have the datasheet?
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13:36:21amiconnDepends. Do you mean AS3514?
13:36:29funmani don't know if as3514 one is public but the as3525 one is and it has the same data
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13:40:44jhMikeSon as3514, I don't recall seeing any sort of thing to tie the left and right together
13:42:02funmanhm should wavpack playback be realtime ?
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13:44:36funmansamplerate is too low after running pitch_detector
13:45:11amiconnhmm
13:46:01*amiconn doesn't like those ascodecs because they're rather crippled
13:47:49funmancodecs don't use pcm_set_frequency() ?
13:48:22jhMikeShmmm...the changer is supposed to reset it. should probably add that in.
13:48:41funmani see all plugins reset to HW_SAMPR_DEFAULT at exit (but not pitch_detector)
13:49:02amiconnCodecs cannot do that. They're decoding asynchronously
13:49:04funmanperhaps best to remove the reset from plugins and put it at codec loading?
13:49:44amiconnThe pcm playback engine is what would need to change pcm frequency, if we ever sample rate changes during playback
13:49:51jhMikeSfunman: yeah...woops. shoulda noticed that
13:49:56amiconnif we ever *support*
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13:50:29funmanasm() foo : if i don't use asm volatile () but specify "memory" as clobber, shouldn't that prevent the asm() from being optimized away?
13:50:30n1show hard would it be to support different sample rates?
13:50:38jhMikeSn1s: sucky
13:50:52funmani give it pointers as argument, the pointers don't change but the content does
13:51:00n1sah so "not worth it"
13:51:02amiconnWell, for pcm integration on hwcodec we would need that.
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13:51:43amiconnsample rate change cannot be gapless, of course
13:51:49funmanhttp://pastie.org/960130 < channel copy for as3525 : the peak meter of the 2nd channel is a bit off but recording works
13:52:03jhMikeSn1s: well, the DSP needs reconfiguring, there would have to be silence to conceal hardware glitching in the switch
13:52:29funmanhm i guess i could keep track of pcm_rec_dma_get_peak_buffer() calls and modify samples already written
13:52:52n1sah, so it's the switching that's sucky, not the play-at-different-SR?
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13:54:00jhMikeSn1s: has to switch at *exactly* the right moment too, so instructions on the buffer itself are needed
13:54:52n1sright, i can imagine it becomming quite complicated...
13:55:04jhMikeSno crossfade either
13:55:18n1sindeed
13:56:02jhMikeSof course the change means voice would have a break in it if it's playing at the time
13:56:05mtn1s: Just got back .. I guess anywhere before initializing the decoder ?
13:56:28n1smt: heh, already committed it, found an init function that seemed the logical place
13:56:47mt:) alright
13:56:53n1sjhMikeS: ah, yes that too
13:57:14jhMikeSe200v1's mic + backlight on is way too noisy for tuner not to get confuser. :\
13:57:22jhMikeS*confused
13:57:25amiconnOn hwcodec it won't be that bad, because there is only one possible source at any time anyway
13:57:26*n1s is getting convinced that switching samplerate brings too much complication compared to the gains
13:57:39amiconnSwitching mp3 -> pcm will take ~1 second though
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14:03:46pixelmaUnhelpful: so what I wanted is not possible at the moment? Found that out by trying and wondered if it was by design and if there was a way around that (except preparing album art bmps at different sizes)
14:04:39Unhelpfulright now, no, it doesn't work like that. it should scale to the largest size that fits the viewport while maintaining aspect ratio
14:04:43jhMikeSpersonally, I'd rather an option to run it at say, 48K all the time instead
14:05:39amiconnWell, on hwcodec there is no other choice than switching rate (or even codec) if we want to integrate pcm playback
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14:08:36jhMikeSamiconn: I can imagine. All the concern is in the DSP and PCM output anyway, which isn't HWCODEC at all.
14:09:44amiconnNo, but the pcm packets come from the playback thread afaiu, and integrating pcm for hwcodec means playback engine unification, which in turn means the engine has to learn to tag the packets it outputs
14:10:09amiconnAnd once it's doing that for hwcodec, it could be extended to swcodec
14:12:05jhMikeSit does "tag" on the pcmbuf descriptors to get track transitions right. it calls a callback
14:13:57amiconnIt already does that?
14:17:13jhMikeSyeah, if one is specified for the just-finished buffer in order to let the WPS know when to change over
14:18:05amiconnAh, hmm, so that mechanism just needs to be extended
14:18:28pixelmaUnhelpful: but the principle works in general - in my c200 SBS I load the album art at the same size as in the WPS and then put it in a viewport to crop it to a strip (as a statusbar kind of thing) to not get a "jumpy" look and don't get too small. I just hit the limit of smallest screen dimension which I find a pity
14:19:32amiconnFor hwcodec we'd need a flag to indicate whether it's mpeg audio or pcm, and if it is pcm, whether it's 8 or 16 bit, little endian or big endian (only for 16 bit, obviously), mono or stereo, and which of the 9 possible sample rates
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14:21:24amiconnWhenever those flags change compared to the previous buffer, the mas needs to be reconfigured
14:25:08funmanpeakmeter is absolutely identical for both channels on sansa e200v1/c200v1 ?
14:25:19jhMikeSon swcodec it's implement in the pcmbuf. I suppose it would need to be elsewhere for hwcodec.
14:25:44kugelgevaerts: ok, so also exclude the .c files or only the headers for now?
14:26:40gevaertskugel: I'd keep headers and c files together, so everything
14:27:51kugelI'm fine with that, but that means the sim cannot detect anymore when these get broken, but I think that's very unlikely to happen
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14:29:45pixelmafunman: looked to me this way when recording with my c200 through the microphone a while ago
14:33:02funmanthanks
14:33:46tschernyhow can I contact a wiki user?
14:33:54tschernyi can't see his email
14:34:05Torneyou don't, if they haven't provided any contact details
14:35:09CIA-5New commit by 03jethead71 (r26018): Give pitch_detector the IRAMming it deserves.
14:37:06CIA-5New commit by 03kugel (r26019): Include host system's header files and don't compile our c library replacements in the sim. ...
14:43:46CIA-5New commit by 03kugel (r26020): Move math.h to firmware/libc/include/ and fix slight incompatibilities between our and the host's math.h
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14:48:02*jhMikeS wonders if this autocorrelation stuff can be done in less than n^2 time :\
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14:48:49CIA-5New commit by 03alle (r26021): Revert r26008. Fonts in the font pack should at least be able to display English menus. This font can maybe included in a theme bundle.
14:52:18CIA-5New commit by 03kugel (r26022): Fix wrong #ifdefs.
14:57:26amiconnkugel: Imo the sim *should* use our code wherever possible
14:57:41amiconnFor apps/ and firmware/ code that is, of course
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14:59:00kugelamiconn: but with raaa that's not really possible everywhere
14:59:49amiconnYes, understood. But then raaa and the sim should be handled differently
14:59:58CIA-5New commit by 03funman (r26023): as3525v1: duplicate the right channel into the left channel when recording microphone
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15:01:02funmannow the only problem is silent right headphone when doing passthrough
15:01:05kugelamiconn: that doesn't make sense for code which never changes in reality
15:01:28kugelI understand that principle but it's really not needed for this c library code
15:02:21amiconnWell, the sim started out as a pure ui simulator, but nowadays it's actually more like a testbed for everything that doesn't absolutely need the hardware for testing
15:02:48amiconnHence it should use as much of our code as possible, so that we can debug/ optimize/ whatever that code
15:02:55kugelthis code doesn't need testing anymore
15:03:37amiconnOther code might also behave differently depending on the c lib stuff in use
15:05:41kugelthen the code is wrong
15:07:13pamauryamiconn: I don't see your point, the c lib is the c lib, it has a well define semantics that doesn't depend on the implementation
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15:07:30pamauryFurthermore, the host libc is better optimized for the platform
15:10:55kugelright
15:13:36funmanwhy do we stop max volume at 6dB on sansas? we could make it even higher
15:13:51funmans/sansas/as3514/
15:16:01funmanthe volume steps and limits seem to be the same on as3543 but some people complain it isn't as high as the OF
15:16:31funmansomeone wants to breaks her ears and compare maximum volume of OF & rockbox on clipv1 & clipv2 ? =)
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15:19:14ThomasAHfunman: at ±0dB the clip+ is quite fine when connected to aux-in of our kitchen radio ... but in bed -45 to -40dB are more suitable. Today I found fixed.cfg in the manual, this helps alot to not break my ears when going to bed after listening in the kitchen :)
15:19:19amiconnpamaury: Our c lib isn't a full one, it is cut down (on purpose)
15:19:26pixelmaI only know that the c200 is noticably quieter than my other targets. It's hard to compare with the OF as that one has only 15 volume steps or so and I remember finding the smallest too loud already
15:19:55mtaaand .. sound !
15:20:04amiconnAnd the sim doesn't need to be optimized, it should rather be as close to the target it simulates as possible. Raaa is of course different and should use the host libs
15:20:06mt(although there's still too much nois)
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15:20:17n1smt: yay!
15:20:22mt:)
15:21:02pamauryamiconn: I know this but having fiddle with it, I know that most of the code is a direct copy of [insert here the naked the glibc-lib we use] thus the majority of the code was not written by rockbox
15:21:42CIA-5New commit by 03kugel (r26024): Fix remaining reds/yellows.
15:21:47amiconnOur *printf() implementation is definitely different
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15:22:29funmanpixelma: indeed we can go much lower than the OF, but i guess we must set a limit for max volume to not become deaf (but higher than european limits though :p )
15:22:43pamauryit's just simpler, it doesn't support all modifiers and then ?
15:22:48n1samiconn: we already used host snprintf on linux, because our snprintf would break alsa
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15:24:00pixelmafunman: if I compare line level to other targets that was - I remember having to turn up the volume on a car sterea when using the c200 compared to using a different target at line level
15:24:10funmann1s: what's the link between snprintf & alsa ?
15:24:34funmanpixelma: c200 has line out on the dock connector ?
15:24:48n1sfunman: dunno, but i know sound wasn't working with our snprintf
15:25:21kugelmt just experienced that the other day
15:25:33funmanaudiohw_set_lineout_vol() use less steps and doesn't amplify with the DAC
15:26:33pixelmafunman: no (well could be but I don't have dock), I use and compared headphone out
15:26:44kugelmt: your math.h problem should be fixed now
15:27:23funmanah ok, the as3514.c 'lineout' doesn't count there: it's the FM volume
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15:45:39funmanis there a special post commit hook on www/ svn?
15:48:05mtkugel: You experienced noise in a codec ?
15:48:17kugelno
15:48:20mtkugel: And thanks for fixing those math.h problems :)
15:48:40mtkugel: Ah sorry, misread the line
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15:52:29AlexPfunman: No, a Swede needs to update it
15:53:10funmanthat's what i thought, but my svn ci still hasn't returned ;)
15:53:30kugelgevaerts: I think I'm gonna submit the pth thread work after the target tree stuff
15:53:55funmanno swedes around :o
15:54:08kugelfunman: your svn ci?
15:54:16kugelwhat about git?
15:54:16funmanyes the svn command
15:54:28funmani have a separate svn checkout for www/
15:54:47kugeltraitor! ;)
15:54:55funmandidn't bother with git
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16:04:47towolfsalve, kudos for the great work on sansa lately. i'm wondering now, is there a way for permanently delete the MUSIC, PORT, AUDIBLE, etc, folders that the OF recreates at each boot?
16:04:58towolfif not, can i hide them?
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16:26:18pixelmatowolf: aren't those hidden? What's your "show files" setting set to?
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16:34:51towolf_pixelma, not sure. got to check. what should it be set to?
16:36:37pixelmaif you don't want to see hidden files, it should be "supported" not "all"
16:37:11towolf_pixelma, thanks.
16:37:17FlynDicetowolf_: I don't think there's a way to permanently delete them. You can delete them in rockbox I think but as you've found out the OF recreates them when it boots up.
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16:39:04towolf_FlynDice, but there are default audio clips inside. where does it store them? on the sd, in a hidden partiton? there doesn't seem to be one.
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16:41:50FlynDicethey are in ##MUSIC# which is visible if you have show files set to all, the directory is visible but the files are not. You can see them if you connect in MTP mode, in linux at least.
16:41:58pixelmaif it's similar to the c200v1 the default tracks were uploaded in MTP mode and I could find them in some system/mtpcontent subfolder with a different file extension too (which is why the Rockbox database wouldn't be able to find them). I don't know about the newer Sansas though
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18:36:30funmanhttp://pastie.org/960542 -> which one looks better ?
18:36:45kugelgevaerts: may I get your attention on RaaA for a second? I finished the target tree work (the first step mentioned in the mail)
18:37:01funmanthey produce the same code
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18:38:21gevaertskugel: yes, I saw that
18:39:05pamauryAnyone here who has some flash knowledge (I mean low level like device driver) ?
18:39:45Tornewhat kind of flash?
18:40:37pamauryThat's the problem, I don't know but I have the code that deals with it (well the assembly one ^^). I wonder if there is some kind of uniformity among flash chip commands
18:40:49pamauryI only have a datasheet that *might* apply
18:41:02mtfunman: I like the second one more
18:41:16Tornethere is a reasonable level of consistency, yes
18:41:30Tornewhat's it from?
18:41:45pamaurythe code ?
18:42:50kugelfunman: I like neither :)
18:43:15funmankugel: ah, what would you do then?
18:43:17kugelbut the second shows more obviously that we cannot make gcc do what we want
18:43:29kugelthe first is just strange ;)
18:44:00Tornepamaury: well, the chip, but yeah, whichever ;)
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18:45:52mtfunman: I like this more than the previous two http://pastie.org/960552 :)
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18:46:32pamauryTorne: I don't which chip it is, that's from a Creative Muvo V100 but the flash chip is under the lcd screen and it's nearly impossible to desolder it so I can't read the model. I have good reasons to think it might be samsung one. The datasheet that could match is "samsung k9w8G08U1M" but there a command which doesn't match in the code, it sends $85 $10 but also $85 $11 at some point and only the first is ok :(
18:46:44mt(just some indentation nothing important)
18:46:57*fml invites everybody to look at and comment on FS #11273 (Format FM frequency depending on the regional settings)
18:48:02CIA-5New commit by 03funman (r26027): as3525: add some comments in the microphone channel copy loop ...
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18:50:55pamauryfml: I don't know that part of the code so the patch is a little bit hard to follow but on the whole I'm not against getting rid of this extra 0 :)
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18:52:21funmansomeone with soldering skills is coming to devcon ?
18:52:27funmanskills, and hardware
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18:53:32gevaertsfunman: hardware shouldn't be a problem. Skills probably depend on what you need
18:53:38Tornepamaury: are you running code on this?
18:53:54amiconnfunman: Depends on the required skill level
18:55:17funmansolder 8 wires on the 8 pads at the top, left to the lcd cable http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/pub/Main/SansaClip/sansa_clipplus_3.jpg (on the left corner of the white square)
18:55:21pamauryTorne: yes and no :) Theorically I could because I broke the encryption scheme (well it's so trivial that it took me an hour) and I an assembler and a compiler (more than 15 years old :() and I know how to upload code. I haven't tried to upload custom yet because I have no way to have feedback of any sort yet
18:55:31Tornepamaury: ah, right
18:55:54Tornei was gonna say, NAND chips generally identify themselvs if you ask :0
18:56:18pamauryThe architecture is so weird in fact, it's a stmp3505 running a dsp56k core, a 24-bit arch...
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18:57:02Tornedoes it look roughly like the ONFI spec? :)
18:57:09pamauryTorne: the chip as a jtag equivalent called once but I don't have hardware for it, and openocd does not support it, I yet don't know what the lcd is not I know how do program it and it does not even have a led !
18:57:35*pamaury have a look at onfi
18:57:54Tornenot all NAND chips follow it exactly
18:58:02Tornebut it was defined based ona reasonable crosssection of common practise
18:58:09Torneso generally it's close enough
18:58:10pamauryTorne: spec is backward compatible or not ? (which version I pick ?)
18:58:17Tornejust look at the latest one
18:58:28amiconnfunman: Shouldn't be hard, provided my estimated pin spacing is approximately correct
18:58:36pamauryI think I found, the second command might have to do which two plane nand...
18:59:40funmanamiconn: ranma did it already but i don't know with which hardware (magnifying glass?)
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19:00:02pamauryTorne: from what I saw until now, the onfi spec might match, it defines the 85 11 commands I'm looking for, I need to have a look more closely
19:00:16Tornewell, generally it should match
19:00:19amiconnAt this spacing, a soldering iron with sufficiently fine tip
19:00:38amiconnMagnifying glass is helpful but probably not required
19:01:32amiconnIt looks like 1.5mm or more (judging by the 6-pin SMDs which are probably 1.27mm
19:08:14pamauryTorne: what is Copy-Back "interleaved" ? The ONFI spec is not so easy to read
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19:08:48Tornepamaury: described in the next chapter, no?
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19:08:56Torneall the interleaved access stuff is together
19:09:35pamauryah true, I didn't saw it
19:10:58*pamaury doesn't want to read the whole in order to understand the commands but fears he'll have to
19:11:05saratogajhMikeS: autocorrelation can be done in n log n time FWIW
19:11:40saratogasince its basically a weird kind of convolution, and convolutions can be implemented as FFTs
19:14:48funmanis it useful for pitch detection?
19:15:03Tornepamaury: the alternative is to grab the datasheet for random other NAND flash parts
19:15:18Tornepamaury: since they all mostly follow the same interface spec the datasheets are kinda.. overlap-y
19:15:57pamauryanyway I don't need to understand everything, I just need to have a good idea of what each function do give it a name :)
19:16:14pamauryAnd I suspect there some unused pieces of code in this software
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19:17:48saratogai don't know how pitch detection works so I'm not sure
19:20:13saratogabut you could use the fft in the codec lib to compute the autocorrelation via the Wiener–Khinchin theorem, basically FFT the sequence, multiply it by its own complex conjugate, then inverse FFT it
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19:21:04saratogaon PP and running it on a 44.1khz stereo stream would take about 20 MHz IIRC
19:22:06funmansaratoga: we don't really need to run the as3525v2 at 240MHz, what worst case codec/profile should I try?
19:22:39funmanis there anything but APE that the PP can't decode @80MHz ?
19:23:38funmanSoundCodecs is all green
19:23:46saratogaAAC-HE
19:23:52shodan45my sansa v1 w/ rockbox 3.5 seems to run out of battery when RB says it's around 45% - anyone else see this?
19:24:03saratoganeeds 145MHz on e200v1
19:24:13saratoga(but could be easily improved)
19:24:25*pamaury grumbles about a flash command that is not in the onfi spec :(
19:24:42saratogathough AAC-He is probably a lot faster on ARM9E
19:25:00funman64kaache.m4a ?
19:25:27saratogayeah
19:25:29saratogawow only 99.27MHz
19:25:36saratogaarm9e rocks
19:26:40saratogaheh verses 150.92MHz on the fuzev1
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19:27:40funmanimpressive
19:28:21funmani guess we could clock them at 120MHz then
19:28:31saratogawhat does that do to APE?
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19:29:16funmani don't think i ever tried
19:29:24funmancan ape files be cut with dd ?
19:29:31kugeldon't we want max. performance for some demanding plugins?
19:29:46amiconnUhm, no variable clock on as3525v2?
19:29:50funmani think we don't care about plugins, more about battery
19:29:57kugeli do care
19:30:13saratogathe fuze (and more so clip) have amazing CPU to screen size ratios
19:30:24funmanamiconn: buggy -> disabled
19:30:31funmankugel: the same plugins run on e200v1
19:30:44kugelyes, but worse
19:30:48*amiconn thinks this needs fixing, then
19:31:03kugele.g. since I play bubbles on the fuze I find it unplayable on the e200v1
19:31:07funmanamiconn: easy to say
19:31:33funmankugel: what are teh most demanding plugins?
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19:32:25kugelI guess doom, rockbox, mpegplayer
19:32:30kugelmaybe pictureflow too
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19:32:48kugelrockboy*
19:32:55amiconnAlso pacbox
19:32:59amiconnand zxbox
19:33:03saratogarockboy is probably the only one that actually needs higher clocks on the fuzev2
19:33:16funmansaratoga: needs 160MHz on clip+
19:33:24kugelI'm not a fan of trying to hide the freq switching problem by clocking down the max. clock
19:33:53saratogawe should just add a max clock speed option to the plugin lib
19:33:58pamauryTorne: the flash seems to have quite a few commands that are not in onfi, do you know a good reference for that where I can find the model or the datasheet for example ?
19:34:06saratogaand let plugins request higher boost if they want it
19:34:13kugeland I think that once that works the advantage from going from 240MHz to 120MHz is entirely vanished
19:34:16funmanit's not hiding i think, this doesn't work at all and we want correct battery life
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19:34:44funmani'm not even sure the OF changes its cpu clock
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19:34:53kugelwhy should there be no way to make it work? the OF can do it, can't it?
19:35:06kugelwhat's the OFs default clock?
19:35:11funmansaratoga: (64kaache.m4a) i believe because pclk is lower on clip
19:35:14amiconnfunman: I didn't say it's easy... but it would be The Right Thing to do, imo
19:35:19funmankugel: dunno, dunno
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19:35:43saratogaso the clip+ is slower then the fuzev2?
19:35:45amiconnIt took quite a while until it worked on pretty much every new architecture
19:35:47funmanamiconn: i don't even know if it's doable, i can't explain what happens when we try
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19:36:09funmansaratoga: pclk is 24MHz, and 40MHz on the fuze because of bigger color display
19:36:24saratogahmm that sucks
19:36:32funmanit's ok when boosting though
19:36:57funmanso yeah just let things that way
19:37:40*amiconn remembers hunting the PP5002 crashes related to cpu sleep
19:38:04tmztanybody still working on zune seen this: http://zunedevwiki.org/wiki/development/firmware_dump
19:38:12amiconnOh, and also unlocking higher clocks than 66MHz
19:38:22funmanif i can plug a jtag adaptor on clip+ i can look in OF the conditions where it changes the clock (if it does it only at boot, and if not what are the input & output clocks of the function)
19:38:22amiconn(something ipl still doesn't do)
19:38:24saratogathe "work at >66Mhz bit"
19:39:17saratogafunman: seems I was wrong, my clipv2 gets 161.69MHz on aache
19:39:50funmanah i thought you tried on fuze
19:40:08saratogathis reminds me, does anyone know why the D2 doesn't seem to use IRAM?
19:40:08funmananyway the amsv2 work pretty well already
19:40:35funmanwhen FlynDice fixes microSDs, pamaury write the USB driver, and bertrik fixes the charging bug, everything will be perfect O:-)
19:40:46saratogathat result confuses me though, i can't imagine how anything could be slower then on the fuzev1
19:41:40funmansaratoga: try http://www.pastie.org/960614
19:41:58funmandunno if 72MHz would be too much
19:42:39saratogawill try on the clipv2
19:42:56saratogathats just the DRAM and not the IRAM?
19:43:19funmanthat's DRAM, PCLK, and 'NORMAL' cpufreq when boosting is activated
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19:43:52funmani guess iram just uses pclk too
19:44:16shodan45can someone confirm my battery problem? or is my battery dieing?
19:44:32funmanshodan45: what does the OF say about the battery ?
19:46:32saratogafunman: its a lot faster
19:46:51saratoga114.8MHz needed for aache instead of 161 from before
19:47:22shodan45funman, seems about the same right now
19:47:58FlynDicefunman: I thought SD was working fine now, is there something I missed?
19:48:08shodan45guess that means it's the battery huh? ;(
19:48:12funmanFlynDice: i have some problems with µSD
19:48:38FlynDicestill? I wasn't aware. What's happening?
19:49:07funmansometimes works fine, sometimes can't initialize, some times just lock the screen
19:49:25funmandidn't look in details, i have plenty of space on the internal storage ;)
19:49:32FlynDiceall targets?
19:49:36funmanyeah
19:49:43funmannot the clipv2 though
19:49:57FlynDice...
19:50:07funman;D
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19:51:46saratogafunman: so this patch increases the DRAM/IRAM speed when boosted?
19:52:53funmansaratoga: nope boosting is disabled in SVN and anyway pclk/dram/iram speeds are fixed (we change the divider when changing fclk==CPU speed)
19:53:18saratogaah ok
19:53:34funmanon AMSv1 pclk and fclk are divided from the same clock (PLL) but on AMSv2 only fclk is divided from this clock, and pclk is divided from fclk
19:53:57saratogaso this increases it from 24 to 40MHz?
19:54:21funman48
19:54:30funmanwe can do only integer fractions of 240MHz (cpu speed)
19:54:59funmanthough we could also do 5/8 6/8 or 7/8 of the PLL (240MHz) for the CPU speed
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19:56:27funmanFlynDice: if number of blocks is correctly detected i think we should put an error in sd_transfer*() if we try to transfer too high blocks (after the card capacity)
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19:56:56funmanon AMSv1 we don't know the capacity for internal storage but i guess if ranma gets usb working we will quickly find
19:57:22FlynDicefunman: You mean more than the card capacity?
19:57:48funmanif the start block is higher than the capacity
19:58:20FlynDiceOk, I get that
19:58:45funmanit seems like number of blocks is set correctly for Sansas PP although they use bank switching too
19:59:29FlynDicehow do they figure it out?
19:59:37funmanCSD
19:59:58funmanon amsv1 the CSD reports 979.75MB even on my fuze4gb
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20:15:53funmanFlynDice: http://pastie.org/960663 < asking the csd again after bank switching gives correct number on fuze
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20:18:26funmansomebody with a 8GB sansa amsv1 ?
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20:20:49funman(works on clipv1 2GB too)
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21:37:12CIA-5New commit by 03funman (r26028): as3525v2: check if SD transfers fit with the card capacity
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21:58:12guysoft22hi all, where do i get mktccboot to install rockbox on a D2?
21:58:21*guysoft22 is using debian
21:59:15funmani think you must build it from svn
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22:03:29guysoft22funman, ok, pulling it now..
22:03:45guysoft22guy@2[rockbox]$ svn co svn://svn.rockbox.org/rockbox/trunk rockbox svn: Can't connect to host 'svn.rockbox.org': Connection timed out :(
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22:04:13guysoft22ah workign now
22:04:14guysoft22strange
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22:13:19Unhelpfulpixelma: do the WPS docs still specify clipping and aspect ratio controls for the AA tags? i don't think they've ever been supported, but maybe they should be. ;)
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22:31:01guysoft22yay. got rockbock working on my D2. but doom seems to return an error
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22:44:41guysoft22um, where can i see a map of the 3x3 grid that emulates buttons? i am not sure how it is split
22:47:00stripwaxn1s - cute changes to the tremor asm by the way - thanks!
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22:47:26pixelmaguysoft22: do you want to know what each "part" does in the different screens?
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23:05:21kisakin http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/TargetStatus -> New Platfoems under development -> Install with Rbutil, is the difference between "Yes" and "Yes (not yet released)" whether or not a platform is included when the most current version was published?
23:06:44funmanyes, if it's 'not yet released' that means the code has been written but there is no binary available
23:07:51kisakso I should change the Sansa AMS v2 devices line to "Yes (not yet released)"
23:14:18funmanyes
23:15:12kisakI was just running through today's changes and made a couple small wiki changes
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23:28:57guysoft22pixelma, ok, figured it out, and installed doom :)
23:30:25pixelmayou might want to have a look at our manual anyways ;)
23:30:47guysoft22pixelma, i will..
23:30:53guysoft22pixelma, the database is not working still :(
23:31:11FlynDicefunman: 0x00F4F000 blocks reported for internal disk e280v2, 0x00F36000 for the 8GB uSD
23:32:35funmanFlynDice: looks alright
23:33:16FlynDiceseems reasonable at least...
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23:33:42funmanstrange that we have to do STBY -> TRAN (to do select_bank(-1) -> STBY
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23:36:09Buscheln1s: well done with your coldfire_set_macsr-findings!
23:36:20FlynDiceI think the card needs to be in STBY to issue CMD9( send_CSD) perhaps looking now
23:36:36funmanyes that's right
23:36:40funmanyou know this by heart :)
23:36:47Buscheln1s: I forgot to re-include this when exchanging the codec
23:38:55FlynDiceThat one got me way too many times... yes cmd 9 need to be given while the card is in STBY state
23:39:37FlynDiceseems I'm way slower than you young guys though...
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23:41:03Blue_DudeOK I'm stuck. I just tried a clean build of the e200 sim in Cygwin. Several times. And I keep getting this: http://pastie.org/961005
23:41:32CIA-5New commit by 03funman (r26029): as3525v1: detect correctly internal storage capacity ...
23:42:14funmanFlynDice: i have less kids to slow me down otoh ;)
23:42:42gevaertsBlue_Dude: hm, that looks as if kugel's changes broke the sim on cygwin...
23:42:54Blue_DudeYeah. :(
23:43:02FlynDicethe kids aren't nearly as taxing as the "domestic godess".... ;)
23:43:15funman:D
23:43:19Blue_DudeI thought it was something I did or something broke. I tried to reinstall Cygwin components and no joy.
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23:47:48funmanFlynDice: why did you put the active_card bit in amsv2, does it harm to change B5 at each send_cmd() call ?
23:49:36FlynDiceThat came from the OF disassembly but I think I tried it with that code disabled and both cards worked ok. Just never went back to actually test.
23:50:11funmanseems to work (looking at fuzev2 button led)
23:50:26gevaertsBlue_Dude: I can reproduce it using mingw here
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23:50:37Blue_DudeReally? Oh good.
23:50:43Blue_DudeThat's a start.
23:50:49gevaertsThat doesn't mean I can easily fix it :)
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23:57:12dfktfunman, i'm doing some RMAA tests on the clip+, with louder volume levels. will post the results in a few minutes.

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