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#rockbox log for 2010-05-25

00:00:17*amiconn needs to do a full rebuild for his targets
00:00:23jhMikeSfunman: everything I could test with it, which is every supported "class" of device, and gigabeat S
00:00:34funmanfuzev1 works?
00:00:56funman(or e200v2)
00:01:28jhMikeSare those officially in the "Stable Ports" list? if not, I don't know other than the S. coldfire and PP are fine.
00:01:44funmanyes
00:02:31*jhMikeS just sees not v2, or is not v2, still as3525? ok, my confusion then.
00:02:47funmanfuzev1 = as3525 like e200v2
00:02:50funmanfuzev2 = as3525v2
00:03:15*jhMikeS better read closer then (didn't think it was a pressing concern at this point) :\
00:04:37jhMikeSwell, I'll either revert or if it's just a simple "oops" in guessing what it should be...then it shouldn't be a quick fixem
00:05:13funmanentering rec screen crashes the fuze :/
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00:18:08funmancan't guess what's wrong : the diff is small to read
00:18:41jhMikeSahem, i think I see it
00:19:10jhMikeSrec_dma_start is in the wrong spot
00:20:05funmanah true
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00:20:30funmanit's different of other players because we need to split transfers into smaller ones
00:21:23jhMikeSI know that, I just made an "oops" I shouldn't have by misreading the logic a little
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00:22:57funmanshould I commit the fix?
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00:23:34jhMikeSI'm guessing this is correct: http://pastebin.com/BjuzViV9
00:23:45funmanhttp://pastie.org/975318
00:24:26jhMikeSlol...think you made the same patch :)
00:24:28funmani had the same diff bit for bit ;)
00:24:48funmanok then please commit it
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00:25:47funman(it works)
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00:28:09jhMikeSnp then...
00:31:27jhMikeSdid you do it? I just tried and got "out of date"
00:31:37funmanhm nope
00:32:07funmanyou have r26257 ?
00:32:11jhMikeSwell, I'll just svn up again and see what's going on
00:32:49funmanbtw i think the as3525v2 are very stable
00:33:17funmani have a patch for microSD problems and now i'm looking at a recording bug
00:33:19jhMikeSthat particular checkout may have been behind a couple warning fixes or something
00:33:28CIA-5New commit by 03jethead71 (r26270): as3525: Fix an oops in converting the recording API to a newer form.
00:33:58jhMikeSfunman: other than this glitch?
00:34:35funmanyes
00:34:48funmani think the fifo fills too fast even if we use dma
00:35:15funmanin fact the guy doing tests is the one who noticed recording was broken ^^
00:36:11jhMikeSaccording to you we should be good to go now. btw, how can the FIFO fill too fast? you get crackle between frames?
00:36:12funmani would include them into the next release but i think 10 days is a bit short for testing
00:36:37funmanjhMikeS: nope see the new ports forum, there's an interrupt which shouldn't happen and i believe it comes from i2sin
00:37:47jhMikeSprobably shouldn't have an int enabled at all, just dma requests since the int comes from the dma controller
00:38:11jhMikeScan't see how you'd get that otherwise
00:38:27funmanit's not enabled
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00:38:57jhMikeShmmm then...wild guess :)
00:39:04funmanor there could be a bug in the VIC code but it worked fine so far
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00:43:27jhMikeSack problem of some sort?
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00:45:23funmanwell my guess is that: fifo fills
00:45:31XStatikWhat would cause an ipod that has rockbox to revert back to the default ipod os all the time
00:45:43XStatikI have to install rockbox everytime i want to use it
00:45:50XStatikThis makes no sense
00:45:59funmanwhich ipod?
00:46:29jhMikeSperhaps the hold switch would
00:47:36XStatikI have a 5th gen classic 30 gb
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00:49:57JdGordonbieber: conditioanls wouldnt change... | would still seperate the options
00:50:07XStatikDoes that mater funman
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00:53:25amiconngrml
00:53:35amiconnAdvanced build -> test plugins is buggy
00:54:51XStatikWhat would cause my ipod to not show up in the "My computer" like its not registering
00:56:06S_a_i_n_tXStatik: What type of iPod is ot?
00:56:12S_a_i_n_tAnd what OS?
00:56:43XStatik5th gen 60g greyscale
00:56:45S_a_i_n_ts/ot/it/
00:57:19pixelma5th gen greyscale?
00:57:20*Bagder adds committer #92 => bieber
00:57:22XStatikyes
00:57:33XStatikI have two
00:57:37XStatikalso a 5th gen classic 30 gb
00:57:55pixelmagreyscale is only up to 4th gen ;)
00:57:55S_a_i_n_tYou could try turning USB HID off, HID seems to give some people problems in connecting their device.
00:58:07XStatikHow do i do that
00:58:28XStatikWhat makes rockbox revert back to the old ipod os after its installed and works
00:58:46XStatikThis 5th gen classic 30 gb keeps reverting back and has to get rockbox installed all the time
00:58:50S_a_i_n_tsettings/general settings/system/USB HID
00:59:01jhMikeSfunman: I should mention that loopback is supposed to be set by audio muxer, not be contingent to recording running
00:59:45S_a_i_n_tXStatik: Does the .rockbox folder actually dissappear from the device? Or is it still there?
00:59:52evilnick_BXStatik: How are you restarting the ipod?
01:00
01:00:08XStatikit stays there
01:00:20XStatikthe .rockbox folder
01:00:37funmanjhMikeS: audio_input_mux() ?
01:00:49S_a_i_n_tAnd, if you restart the iPod it starts the original firmware (the apple fw)?
01:00:56S_a_i_n_tOr rockbox?
01:01:05XStatikyes
01:01:15XStatikit reloads the original firmware
01:01:28evilnick_BXStatik: How are you restarting the ipod?
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01:02:02XStatiki hold play to turn it off
01:02:42S_a_i_n_tAnd when you turn it back on, the Apple FW loads?
01:02:48XStatikyes
01:03:49S_a_i_n_tHave you tried reinstalling the bootloader?
01:03:51saratogai don't think you can restart an ipod by holding play
01:04:00stripwaxlatest builds? there was a problem that was corrected recently...
01:04:04saratogaso it sounds like you haven't actually rebooted from the OF yet
01:04:05pixelmawhich button do you press while turning on and/or is your hold switch set to on (maybe e
01:04:15jhMikeSfunman: in the various audio-<chip/player>.c files
01:04:15pixelmawhen connecting to the computer
01:04:34evilnick_Bsaratoga: On the iPod Video, long play is shutdown
01:04:46jhMikeSfunman: there's audio_input_mux and audio_set_output_source
01:04:58XStatiki push the center button to turn it on
01:05:13saratogaXStatik: http://download.rockbox.org/daily/manual/rockbox-ipodvideo/rockbox-buildch2.html#x4-190002.3
01:05:34stripwaxxstatik - which version number of rockbox do you have? (ideally which revision number)
01:05:52saratogai don't have an ipod video, but the manual says you're not doing it right, so thats probably the issue
01:06:29S_a_i_n_tAfter installation, it should boot straight into RB though.
01:06:52S_a_i_n_tAnd unless it's started with hold on, it will continue to load RB
01:08:18jhMikeSfunman: basically it's: if (output == input) { do loopback; }. on some targets it's more complicated.
01:08:37pixelmathe described hard reset should only be necessary after the bootloader installation - or if you started the OF for some reason
01:09:17S_a_i_n_tafter installing the bootloader, if resets itself after it's ejected.
01:10:00S_a_i_n_tso a reset should only be necessary if the OF starts for whatever reason.
01:10:13saratogai read his question as "I'm in the OF, how do I reboot to rockbox"
01:10:51funmanjhMikeS: ok
01:10:58funmanwill look later
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01:11:22S_a_i_n_tI read it as "I'm in rockbox, everytime I turn it off, then on again it boots the OF"
01:13:20CIA-5New commit by 03amiconn (r26271): Test plugins: * test_sampr.c is swcodec only * Several plugins are bitmap only.
01:13:39CIA-5New commit by 03wincent (r26272): pdbox: Successfully resolved issue with loading of audio files
01:14:23stripwaxS_a_i_n_t : - which is why I asked which version of rockbox (given Torne's relatively-recent fix)
01:15:22stripwaxXStatik : - specifically, is your installation of rockbox newer, or older, than r25772 (2nd May, 9:41am)
01:16:27S_a_i_n_tXStatik: Check "System/Rockbox Info" to find the version number.
01:16:43pixelmastripwax: but what does that have to do with booting back into the OF - if it boots?
01:18:30S_a_i_n_tXStatik: If you can't boot into Rockbox, open the .rockbox folder on your PC and check "rockbox-info.txt" to verify what version of Rockbox you are running.
01:18:32CIA-5New commit by 03amiconn (r26273): Fix test_mem for the archos plugin buffer size and for charcell.
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01:20:43stripwaxpixelma - admittedly I missed the start of the conversation −− but without that fix, ipods are known to reboot (somewhat magically) into the OF when you are not looking, such that when you press Select to turn it on, it appears to boot instantly into the OF. maybe it's unrelated (and if so I'll go back to sleep)
01:21:42pixelmaah, remember that now. But only with the first fix or something
01:21:58S_a_i_n_tI don;t *think* that is the problem here...that used to happen randomly, not /every/ time as this user seems to describe.
01:22:25stripwaxto be honest, it happened pretty much every time for me. but i'll check the irc logs so i'm up to speed on this convo :)
01:23:11S_a_i_n_tFrom what I gather he boots Rockbox, turns the iPod off, turns it on again, and it boots the OF
01:23:41S_a_i_n_tbut, feel free to chime in if I'm wrong XStatik ;)
01:24:14stripwaxXStatik - is that correct? and it's reproducible if you do it immediately afterwards? (i.e. hold play to turn off rockbox, then press select straight away, and it boots into the OF?)
01:24:44XStatikWell it stays in rockbox for about a day then it reverts somehow
01:25:12stripwaxXStatik - can you check the version number please. follow what S_a_i_n_t said earlier.
01:25:17amiconnjhMikeS: I know what's "wrong" with test_fps
01:25:23*stripwax thinks it sounds like the problem that Torne fixed
01:25:43XStatikYea that link he gave me i think will fix it
01:25:50stripwaxwot link
01:25:55XStatikhttp://download.rockbox.org/daily/manual/rockbox-ipodvideo/rockbox-buildch2.html#x4-190002.3
01:25:59amiconnThe greylib is running on COP since I added that capability. So you need to remove that flag in order to get results which are comparable to earlier ones
01:26:01jhMikeSamiconn: what is it?
01:26:09stripwaxer. that's the manual.
01:26:11S_a_i_n_tthat's just a link to the Manual.
01:26:16*S_a_i_n_t is confused now.
01:26:30jhMikeSamiconn: I thought it could be set...or maybe that was just the timer int?
01:26:46XStatikanyways..
01:26:47stripwaxXStatik - S_a_i_n_t told you to check System/Rockbox Info
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01:27:05stripwaxi.e. go to the menu, System, Rockbox Info. then tell us what it says. then we can definitely help you better
01:27:09amiconnGREY_ON_COP refers to the isr of course
01:27:16S_a_i_n_twell, I asked. Told sounds a little demanding.
01:27:23amiconnDrawing always happen on CPU
01:27:23stripwaxsorry, yes
01:27:24XStatikgotta go, thank you for the help
01:27:27pixelmait describes the hard reset - a way to get back to Rockbox once you booted into the OF. It would be good to find out what you have to in first place
01:27:27stripwaxer??
01:27:32S_a_i_n_t?!?
01:27:33stripwaxXStatik : - before you go
01:27:36stripwaxplease do what we said!
01:27:55stripwaxthat way we know if there's any new bugs/problems that are new and need to be fixed
01:27:57pixelmaemm... why you have to
01:27:58jhMikeSamiconn: oh, does it depend on the rate measurement being on the core? (never looked inside the plugin myself)
01:28:01stripwaxor whether this is an old issue that we already fixed
01:28:05jhMikeS*same core
01:28:13XStatikWell right now my ipods not even getting a mount point
01:28:28saratogaso rebooting to the ipod fixed it?
01:28:30amiconnAll drawing and grey_update() (for buffered mode) happens on CPU
01:28:38XStatikIts dead and i dont have the charger handy
01:28:48XStatikIts not charging over usb either like it should
01:28:54amiconnSo grey on COP (nearly) doesn't influence update rate
01:29:27***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
01:29:50S_a_i_n_tXStatik: you can hold menu+select to reset the player, then immediately after it resets hold menu+play to force disk mode....and it will charge over USB
01:29:52amiconnThis is a special case though - your patch should optimise the isr, so you do want it to affect the CPU
01:29:59S_a_i_n_tit will probably mount then also.
01:30:22amiconnline 293
01:30:35jhMikeSamiconn: yes, I see it depends on looping counts for the current core, of course there's switch_core too :)
01:30:59amiconnRemoving the flag is easier...
01:31:26amiconnFor this test of course - in general it is a wanted feature
01:31:26jhMikeStrue :)
01:31:51XStatikha it worked
01:32:06amiconnThe patch won't work on Mini G2 as-is
01:32:51S_a_i_n_tXStatik: Define "it" please?
01:33:18stripwaxthe disk mode charging thing presumably
01:33:43XStatik XStatik: you can hold menu+select to reset the player, then immediately after it resets hold menu+play to force disk mode....and it will charge over USB
01:33:46XStatikand it mounted
01:34:03XStatikso im now installing version 3.5.1
01:34:05S_a_i_n_tAwesome.
01:34:28S_a_i_n_tRemember to update the bootloader also.
01:35:06XStatikSo it should remain rockbox even after i turn it off and back on again right
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01:35:16XStatiko
01:35:18XStatikok
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01:37:45jhMikeSamiconn: true, I suppose it wouldn't...and I suppose now is a bad time to start. I've used up my brownie points today.
01:38:06CIA-5New commit by 03wincent (r26274): pdbox: Code cleanup
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01:39:09*jhMikeS will just try to rummage FS for things that might fall in his area
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01:41:03jhMikeSI take it the x5 remote keymap is fully written by now. (FS #6062)
01:44:54XStatikThe top dir of the ipod should just show .rockbox right
01:46:03stripwaxXStatik : - yes, unless you enable the "show files: all" setting
01:46:52XStatikand the music should also go on the top dir right
01:47:02stripwaxwherever you like!
01:47:05S_a_i_n_tThe music can go anywhwere
01:47:20XStatikwell hells bells
01:47:23XStatiklol
01:47:26S_a_i_n_tMost like to put it in a folder called "Music" (or similar)
01:47:31jhMikeShaha...doesn't seem it was finished for FM
01:47:43S_a_i_n_tBut rockbox will check the whole dick for music
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01:48:38jhMikeS"<S_a_i_n_t> But rockbox will check the whole *dick* for music" hahaha
01:49:13*stripwax chuckles, even though he really should not
01:49:17S_a_i_n_thahahahahah! ooops
01:50:00pixelmajhMikeS: the context looks quite complete and links to the settings context
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01:54:03jhMikeSpixelma: updating it here, the revision's a little behind on it
01:56:29pixelmawell, crammed and linked contexts could also mean more chances of conflicts... unfortunately I don't have a remote
02:00
02:01:06jhMikeSI'll say this, the themed remote screen is terribly unreadable. (dark text on black bg) :\
02:03:18pixelmathemed?
02:04:04jhMikeSit used to just have a "white" background, now it's black like the cabbiev2 theme
02:04:15pixelmaeh?
02:04:55pixelmacabbiev2 should still be black on white on greyscale targets (and this rwps)
02:05:52jhMikeSyeah, I booted up a newer one and it was a black background on the remote with dark text. I can read it if I invert it and turn up the contrast.
02:05:55pixelmahmm... I'll have a look. Maybe it's something that only affects X5
02:06:28jhMikeSthe statusbar also doesn't update on the remote (and the keymap seems to be in place now)
02:07:13XStatikhow do i turn of the voice files
02:07:32stripwaxXStatik : - read the manual ...
02:11:34pixelmajhMikeS: it shouldn not be the rwps itself (I thought there was a possibility if it just says "use default colours") but it explicitely sets foreground to black and background to white
02:11:48pixelmain its viewport definitoins
02:11:54pixelmadefinitions too
02:12:38jhMikeSpixelma: yeah, the RWPS is ok, it's the various list displays (menus, file browser, etc.)
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02:13:17S_a_i_n_tXStatik: Turn them "on" or "off"?
02:13:55S_a_i_n_t"Settings/General Settings/Voice"
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02:15:30S_a_i_n_tVoice is enabled by default, but the voice files are not present in a standard install.
02:15:39XStatiki found it
02:15:46S_a_i_n_tYou can grab voice files using RButil.
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02:15:53S_a_i_n_tXStatik: Awesome.
02:17:44pixelmajhMikeS: so the menus have the dark backdrop now?
02:19:09jhMikeSyes, and darkgray text it seems
02:19:38pixelmaweird
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02:21:44*jhMikeS checks that everything themwise is *actually* up to date
02:22:37jhMikeScabbiev2.cfg file is from just now
02:25:29jhMikeSI set iCatcher, it's ok, do cabbiev2 and it's goes dark
02:26:30S_a_i_n_tSomeone probably messed up the FG/BG colours
02:26:41S_a_i_n_twhat are the values?
02:33:04jhMikeSpardon my ignorance on the matter but where the heck are the .cfg's for the themes kept?
02:33:59jhMikeSah, generated they are
02:35:12S_a_i_n_t.rockbox/themes
02:35:41S_a_i_n_tjhMikeS: ^
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02:37:07jhMikeSbg/fg: 000000/cccccc (says it should be ignored but hardly looks it)
02:37:12S_a_i_n_tjhMikeS: What target is this for?
02:37:47S_a_i_n_tjhMikeS: Try changing it to -|-|
02:37:59S_a_i_n_tthen it should just use the default values.
02:38:18jhMikeSx5
02:38:29S_a_i_n_tI'll have a look.
02:39:06S_a_i_n_twhat are the screen x/y values?
02:39:36jhMikeS160x128
02:39:48S_a_i_n_tthanks.
02:39:53jhMikeSRWPS is fine, just the menus are goofy
02:41:36S_a_i_n_tHmmm...can you pastebin the theme for me?
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02:43:29jhMikeSsure
02:43:53jhMikeSjust want the .cfg right/
02:44:02S_a_i_n_tyeah.
02:46:09jhMikeShttp://pastie.org/private/atacbk1tnwm17xqpmhbag
02:48:58S_a_i_n_twhat is it *supposed* to look like?
02:49:34S_a_i_n_tat the moment (the theme suggests) it's grey text on a black background.
02:49:48jhMikeSblue background with black text I take it (blue because the backlight is blue). if I change colors with the picker, the remote doesn't update
02:50:08S_a_i_n_tHmmmmm.
02:50:33jhMikeSthis is for the remote, the main LCD is correct and I iiuc the remote shouldn't have fg/bg colors applied
02:51:25S_a_i_n_taha, I may need to look at the rwps then. It's the remote screen that's fudged correct?
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02:51:57jhMikeSyes, but not the RWPS. as I said, the RWPS is just fine.
02:53:19S_a_i_n_tthe remote should use the same values as the theme for foreground/background colours.
02:53:29S_a_i_n_tSo, you may have found yourself a bug.
02:53:33jhMikeSI thought it was treated as grayscale
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02:54:00jhMikeSwell, it is grayscale (4 shades)
02:54:48jhMikeSPerhaps I did but heck if know what to do about it for this stuff (it's not hardware) :)
02:55:40S_a_i_n_tthe bg colour is set to black (000000)...try setting it to white (FFFFFF).
02:55:42jhMikeSiCatcher sets it right though, nice and readable, dark on light, going back to cabbiev2 turns it back
02:56:46jhMikeSWPSLIST does say "#misc settings that should be ignored on grayscale targets"
02:57:39jhMikeSyeah, it changes to "white"
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02:58:13S_a_i_n_tso, that's good?
02:59:14jhMikeSIt fixes my immediate issue, but appears to be incorrect behavior if it's to be ignored on gray lcd
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03:02:06*jhMikeS ought to check H120
03:03:15S_a_i_n_tjhMikeS: I really have no idea about the creyscale/monochrome screens. But, If you want the text to be readable (or moreso than it is now) set: "foreground colour: 000000 background colour: FFFFFF" (black text on a white background)
03:03:27S_a_i_n_tMore of a workaround than a fix though.
03:03:51S_a_i_n_ts/creyscale/greyscale/
03:04:12jhMikeSI figure that much, but according to pixelma "<pixelma> cabbiev2 should still be black on white on greyscale targets (and this rwps)"
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03:05:22S_a_i_n_twell, if that's the case then the .cfg is totally wrong.
03:06:34S_a_i_n_tthe fg/bg colours should be reversed if that is the case.
03:06:38jhMikeSon h120 everything's nice and good but both displays are 4-gray
03:07:08S_a_i_n_tcheck the difference between the two theme.cfgs
03:07:26pirokoI'm diggin my sansa clip runnin rockbox
03:07:45S_a_i_n_tcopy the way the h120 does it.
03:08:33S_a_i_n_tin theory, it should be "foreground colour: cccccc background colour: FFFFFF"
03:08:40jhMikeSthe iAudios might be the only targets with mixed color and an assumption went unnoticed
03:09:24jhMikeSmaybe h300? I don't know
03:09:56S_a_i_n_tNeither. I only own colour targets. I had a clip for about a week...but the blue/yellow thing pissed me off.
03:10:20S_a_i_n_tthat and the *tiny* screen.
03:10:41*S_a_i_n_t likes colour screens he can add a lot of eye-candy to.
03:10:59jhMikeSit's essentially identical except it lacks color specifications entirely
03:11:39S_a_i_n_tHmmmm.
03:12:31S_a_i_n_tWell, for now (until someone that understands the greyscale/monochrome targets comes along) just go with the fix I suggested if it works for you.
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03:13:22S_a_i_n_tcccccc == grey, FFFFFF == white, 000000 == black.
03:15:39*jhMikeS feels it's appropriate to find the offending code that's applying colors to the gray display
03:16:25S_a_i_n_tJdGordon might be able to help you there.
03:16:44S_a_i_n_tHe's "UI Guy" as far as I'm concerned ;)
03:16:56*jhMikeS was considering poking him when he sees him around
03:19:29*jhMikeS starts following theme_menu.c down the calls
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03:25:24jhMikeShmmm...seems to apply it to SCREEN_MAIN only. must be some vp leakage or something.
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03:58:38*jhMikeS notices the .c file includes in the lcd code. thread.c would be alot cleaner like that.
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04:25:31jhMikeSJdGordon: ping, prod, poke (perhaps want to read back a bit about remote lcd getting "colorized" on x5)?
04:26:01JdGordonlet me wake up a bit first :p
04:26:05jhMikeSokie, np
04:33:26JdGordonthe h1/300 have a mono remote, iaudio arre tthe only ones with a grey remote
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04:37:04JdGordonjhMikeS: so whats the actual issue? the remote is getting the wrong colours in the menus?
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04:40:37JdGordonbieber: if you think a file is too long when it is being added, then yes split it
04:42:20jhMikeSiy'
04:42:33jhMikeSoops, it's setting fg and bg colors to the remote
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04:43:35jhMikeSthough I don't actually see the settings setting anything, RWPS is fine. in addition, I don't see the statusbar getting updated when changing volume and such
04:43:54JdGordon"it" being what? and bar not updateing when?
04:46:03jhMikeSanywhere, such and transitioning playback state (ie. playing->stopped) or changing the volume/pausing in the radio screen
04:47:09JdGordoncolours are an issue in viewport.c by the looks of it
04:47:12jhMikeSthe remote is in it's own timezone too :) (10:45 on the remote, 10:47 on the main)
04:47:22JdGordonno clue on the updating though
04:47:23JdGordonhaha
04:47:37JdGordonp[en a FS issue... I'll have a play later this arvo
04:48:41jhMikeSofficial bug report? ok...I'll do that. I tried to look at it and then got lost in all the strage, new code.
04:49:24JdGordondoes the sim show the issues?
04:49:40JdGordonif not then i'll need screenshots and proper expected behaviour descripions
04:49:42jhMikeShaven't checked
04:51:25jhMikeSfrom the looks of it, the theme colors should *not* be applied to the grayscale remote, yet they are. RWPS shows black on white like it should. just the menus (or lists in general) show the problem.
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05:03:13jhMikeSFatal error
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05:06:47jhMikeShrm, had to restart from the FS main list
05:06:56jhMikeShttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/11321
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05:15:37JdGordonhehe colour sound :p
05:15:56JdGordonis it the m3 with grey main and remote diosplays?
05:17:14JdGordonjhMikeS: ok, both issues ar in the sim, so this shoudl be fixable
05:17:32*JdGordon points out these bugs have probably been there since at least 3.4...
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05:29:42jhMikeSm3 is gray/gray afaik
05:30:17jhMikeSthe last revision I had on the x5 was 20064 or something...hehe...it didn't have the issue :)
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05:38:01JdGordonthe issue is because code to parse a viewport string has no idea how to handle targets with different depths
05:38:29JdGordonwith colour taking precendence. so it gets the main screen colours
05:38:37JdGordonI'm not entirely sure how to fix this properly
05:39:04JdGordonother than the quick n dirty fix
05:41:00jhMikeSshouldn't it just set them to default colors? the vp code seem to do that in a no-nonsense way.
05:42:03JdGordonyes, but where to get them from... im trying something now
05:42:20jhMikeSthey're constants
05:42:35JdGordonhehe I fixed the remote and broke the main screen!
05:42:43jhMikeS:)
05:42:57jhMikeSLCD_REMOTE_DEFAULT_FG/BG
05:43:28JdGordonhttp://pastebin.com/MAL8dn55
05:43:37JdGordonseems to work in the sim
05:44:02JdGordonmakes the code a bit messy... but I guess we have no other option
05:47:23jhMikeSI'll check it on target but I'm sure it'll work if it works with the sim
05:49:10JdGordonremote bar seems to be on all targets (well duh :p )
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05:50:59jhMikeSI was just checking H120 and it's not refreshing there
05:58:10JdGordonarg... i tihnk i see the problem
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06:00:27CIA-5New commit by 03jdgordon (r26275): fix remote statusbar not being updated if it is enabled on both displays
06:00:34jhMikeS(after having to cleanup and rebuild completely) the remote shades look just fine now
06:00:48JdGordonk cool
06:01:20JdGordongrr... slow post checkin script
06:02:13CIA-5New commit by 03jdgordon (r26276): fix FS #11321 - the x5 remote used the wrong colours
06:06:20CIA-5New commit by 03jdgordon (r26277): remove a stray printf
06:08:39CIA-5New commit by 03jdgordon (r26278): fix red, but this might not be the best long term solution.
06:11:51jhMikeSlook like the same solution that was already there
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06:13:26Topy44my h340 with rockbox is reporting "low battery! shutting down", even though it really isnt that low, it still runs for hours
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06:13:41Topy44that is, it shows that message when i shut it down
06:13:51Topy44but if i dont turn it off myself it will run for quite some time
06:15:27jhMikeSI think it says that if it's < 10%. (I know it's odd that it says it's shutting down, only more emphatically when it's shutting down)
06:16:04Topy44but i think it says it too early
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06:17:21saratogaTopy44: i think thats intentional
06:17:27saratogasearch, theres more info on why
06:17:41Topy44maybe "go charge your fucking battery or it will break, kthx" :)
06:17:50Topy44actually, thats what the message should say :)
06:18:06jhMikeSit just says it if the battery level is <= 10 %. that message looks nearly meaningless since it seems to take no special action.
06:18:20Topy44nimh batteries dont really like deep cycles
06:18:28Topy44but yeah its pretty pointless
06:19:18jhMikeSsaratoga: is there?
06:19:50saratogajhMikeS: yeah it prevents it from having trouble cold booting IIRC
06:20:24saratogaTopy44: that message is in the apple firmware, so we can't change it, and your ipod doesn't have nimh batteries
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06:20:45Topy44saratoga: except that i dont have an ipod. read my message again. :)
06:21:00saratogaoh my bad
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06:21:30saratogatheres some equivalent message on the ipods I was thinking of
06:21:35jhMikeSsaratoga: I see no action taken, just a message.
06:21:37Topy44heh
06:22:29jhMikeSI mean, we're already shutting down. Perhaps it should be rephrase like "Shutting Down: Please Recharge Soon!" or something :)
06:23:03Topy44essentially, it just replaces the "shutting down!" message with that one
06:23:06Topy44its not a problem
06:23:09Topy44its just weird
06:23:30jhMikeSI think it's meant just to be an informative reminder, but it sounds like an action is being taken.
06:23:50Topy44yeah, its the same message that is displayed when it shuts down because the battery is in fact flat i think
06:24:35Topy44well, since i just installed a brand new battery, i wont be seeing that message very often :)
06:28:21jhMikeSif you see "battery critical" then it didn't bother saving anything
06:29:19Topy44oh, ok
06:29:43Topy44maybe it should shut down properly when the voltage reaches a certain threshhold, would be better for the battery too
06:29:45jhMikeSor is that "battery empty"? well, you get the idea.
06:30:22Topy44i already lost recordings once because of an empty battery, it recorded fine but didnt update the fat when going off
06:30:23jhMikeSit does unless it's too low to spin the drive back up
06:30:30Topy44ic
06:30:37Topy44that was on my old iaudio X5L
06:30:49Topy44(RIP)
06:31:04Topy44maybe the threshhold voltage should be customizeable
06:31:26Topy44anyway, i'm off, cu
06:32:08*jhMikeS waves
06:33:54bieberJdGordon: So we'll have different separator characters for normal tags and conditionals, or do you just want to stick with '|' for both of them?
06:33:56jhMikeSis the H120 supposed to show the progress at the top on the remote with "now playing" inside it?
06:34:08LloreanYes
06:34:12LloreanOr at least, I'm *pretty* sure it is
06:34:43*jhMikeS hasn't looked at remotes in a long while
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06:36:42LloreanSame here
06:36:44LloreanBut I remember seeing that
06:39:07jhMikeSx5 shows 'now playing' but separately like the main screen (bigger lcd though)
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06:45:24*jhMikeS wonders if the immediate status update will come back where it redraws every change on-demand
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07:21:20pixelmaJdGordon: the M5 has a grey main screen and can use the same remote, Iaudio M3 is the one which just has the remote. And unfortunately those remotes are expensive last I looked...
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07:31:43JdGordonbieber: | is the seperator between conditional options. comma is seperator for params
07:32:13JdGordon| is unlikely to be used in text as much as comma might (and | already needs to be %-d if you want to put it in a string)
07:35:31pixelmajhMikeS: I combined progressbar and "Now Playing" bar this way for the 128x64 port to save space, especially since back then it had to use the same font size as the main screens and so didn't leave many lines to use. Should be possible now to use a smaller font size on the remote and those bars seperated then but cabbiev2 vould have some updates in general which didn't happen yet
07:36:10pixelmas/vould/could
07:37:19amiconnjhMikeS: The iriver remote is monochrome, not greyscale like the iaudio remote
07:37:48*amiconn should first read the logs completely
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07:39:00amiconnJdGordon: M5 is grey/grey; the M3 has no main LCD...
07:39:24amiconngrr
07:39:51pixelmayou should do what you say yourself :P
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09:30:46ssorgatemI have a problem: "Têtes Raides" shows up under Artist as "T[]tes Raides"
09:32:18pixelmathen your chosen font doesn't have that character. Maybe you'll find another that has it and is the same height
09:32:19ssorgatemThey're mp3 files, tagged as ID3v2.3 iso-8859-1
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09:32:42ssorgatempixelma: I thought that but
09:33:27ssorgatempixelma: previously it showed that artist twice: "Têtes Raides" and "T[]tes Raides"
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09:33:57ssorgatempixelma: then I made sure all the files had the same version and encoding of the tags
09:34:08ssorgatemand now they show all wrong
09:35:16pixelmathere's also an option somewhere to set the default codepage of ID3 tags. I thought it only had to do with ID3v1 but now I remember ID3v2.3 can either be unicode or your local codepage
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09:38:12pixelmaunder general settings > display - see manual
09:39:31ssorgatemyes, I'm doing it
09:39:39ssorgatemI had it set to utf-8
09:40:06ssorgatemNow i've changed it to iso-8859-1
09:40:15ssorgatembut nothing changes
09:40:52ssorgatemI'm able to see other unicode characters, though (like ä, á, í, à...)
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09:41:49ssorgatemmm
09:41:57ssorgatemit's something to do with tags
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09:42:56ssorgatemI can see "Ràdio FM", but not "L'une à l'autre" (A song from T)
09:43:13ssorgatem^^ += (Têtes Raides)
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09:47:27ssorgatemthey show up OK in the OF (fuzev2)
09:49:00JdGordonI'm using checkwps as a base to convert curent skins to th new format (right now just adding printfs in the current parser). This seems to work well but is it ok to wack into svn?
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09:50:17ssorgatemShould I open a FS task about my issue?
09:50:54ssorgatemBTW, i've updated (again) the catalan translation, FS #11322. It's now complete
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09:54:49asperhi guys
09:55:12asperI am running vista 64 and need to connect archos recorder 10... does anyone has a driver or a link to something I can use ?
09:58:40pixelmaasper: unfortunaately there is none for Vista or Windows7 - see here: http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php?topic=24554.0
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10:01:29Bonusbartusgood morning
10:01:55aspercan I have a link to the official XP driver ? I am not able to find it...
10:04:10Bonusbartusanyone with an Iriver H300 (or maybe H1xx) here?
10:07:07*JdGordon would like opinions on 11323 being commited (replacing printf with UPDATESKIN() ) post freeze
10:10:12asperYES !!!! I managed to isntall jukeboxe recorder 10 on vista64 using VMWARE and old dirvers Archos_USB_Drivers_09062005.zip
10:10:57asperbut rockbox utility won't detect it... I will try manually now
10:11:59asperno way... is htere a way to make rockbox utility running in a vmware ssytem ? It is not detecting my CORRECTLY installed archos jukebox recorder 10
10:12:44asperthe vmware is running a WIndows XP 32 bit
10:12:59BonusbartusI'm having a problem with USB connection on my H300 since the official 3.5 release, first I tought it was the known bug, but after reading it I see that that bug is about bootloader USB mode
10:13:34Bonusbartusproblem is that when Rockbox is still booting and I plug in the usb cable (which happens oftenn...) the player completely hangs
10:14:46asperrockboxutility won't work under vmware...
10:14:55pixelmaBonusbartus: is this 3.5 or 3.5.1?
10:15:31pixelmathere was a problem with early USB in 3.5 which was fixed in 3.5.1
10:15:33Bonusbartusboth
10:15:56BonusbartusI noticed it after installing 3.5, but it didn't go away with 3.51
10:19:10asperI explain you my problem: since yesterday when I press ON during a song my recorder screen gets totally blank (no song list)
10:19:23asperwhat is the file I must delete to reset this strange behaviour ?
10:19:49asperI set the player to automatically paly the latest song so now I cannot brows through songs anymore
10:19:59pixelmamaybe you set your show files setting to playlists or so?
10:22:09asperit was workjing until yesterday... now I am not able to browse files anymore...
10:22:19asperwhat have I to presso to go back to song lis ?
10:22:23asperlist?
10:24:32asperok I amanged to restore the situation
10:24:54pixelmago to the menu (or quickscreen) to check your "show files" setting. I don't know off the top of my head where the option is exactly, you could check our manual
10:25:03asperlast question: i have the .jaz file in the root: how can I install it as a firmware manually from the player ?
10:25:58asper(thank you pixelma i did exactly as you told and worked... dunno why this option resets by itself)
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12:29:50kugel"Scheduled server downtime Tuesday 13:00-16:00 CET"
12:29:50kugelprovider change I think
12:29:50linuxstbHmm, my topic line doesn't say that...
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13:08:00pixelmathe complete red lines seems to have been caused by the server downtime I think. The red Sansa v2's bootloaders seems to have been overlooked
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13:20:13mitkpixelma: What do you think about changing strings to: "Remote: Radio Screen", "Remote: While Playing Screen" etc? This can clear that those settings are for things on remote.
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16:12:20Bagdersite is up
16:21:23CIA-5New commit by 03bieber (r26280): Added my name to COMMITTERS
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16:22:51Bagderyeah, give it a while more
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16:24:59JdGordoncan I get a yes/no on commiting this (post freeze i guess) http://pastebin.com/EbzUXebX
16:25:08JdGordonit allows checkwps to be used to upgrade skins to the new format
16:34:21jhMikeSt0rc: looks down from that site :)
16:34:23*domonoky welcomes bieber in the rockbox developer team :-)
16:35:13t0rcjhMikeS, scheduled downtime tho :)
16:35:30t0rcjhMikeS: so perhaps they stareted early
16:35:44jhMikeSt0rc: just said they were done :)
16:35:59t0rcoh
16:35:59JdGordonjust wait for the new ip to propogate
16:36:00t0rchmm
16:36:08t0rci cry inside
16:36:09t0rcand hit F5
16:36:10t0rc;)
16:38:17*jhMikeS is waiting and...it's a hit
16:41:44t0rcjhMikeS: eh I'm doing other stuff to pass the time ;)
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16:42:13jhMikeSflyspray is seems to be the only thing giving trouble (can't connect to database)
16:44:32t0rceh its still timing out for me
16:44:34mc2739the build server is also having problems - disconnects immediately upon connection
16:44:54t0rclul
16:45:03JdGordonbieber: hey
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16:45:54bieberHey
16:46:18bieberdomonoky: Thanks :)
16:46:37JdGordonsee my asnwers last night?
16:47:37bieberYeah, I've changed that separator and broken things up into separate files
16:47:58bieberIf I check out your branch, change and commit, the commit goes back into your branch automatically, right?
16:48:22JdGordonyeah, but ignore that branch.. create a new one from current
16:48:30JdGordonmerging sucks wit svn :p
16:48:40bieberOh, how do I do that?
16:48:52t0rcgit
16:49:05JdGordonactually, if you stay in your own folder you could probably just use trunk
16:49:14bieberOkay
16:49:17*linuxstb was about to ask why bieber wanted a branch...
16:49:25JdGordondoes ( and ) need to be escaped?
16:50:20t0rcwhats the new server ip?
16:50:22JdGordonI cant imagine it would be common, but someone might want to put a ( after a tag with optional params but want to display the ( instead of opening the params list
16:50:34bieber( won't need to be escaped unless it comes immediately after a tag with optional params
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16:51:01bieber) will need to be escaped inside a param list. I don't think I've added it to the list of escapable characters, but I'll do that now
16:51:39JdGordont0rc: 80.67.6.50
16:52:06t0rcJdGordon: nice, short one. (no site here) ?
16:52:32gevaertsYou need to send the hostname
16:52:38JdGordonbieber: you might not be ready for it yet but the paste above will convert a current skin to the new format, and the branch should parse the new format
16:53:46bieberOkay
16:54:05bieberAssuming I've got everything straight, my new parser should parse the new format correctly, I just need to build the tag table up
16:55:16bieberI'd also like to include parameter names in the tag table, so that if they ever get shuffled around code that calls them by name will still be good
16:55:38JdGordonhow do you mean?
16:56:05JdGordonalso remember we need to keep this as small as possible to use in the rockbox build
16:57:57bieberI'm thinking of just an array of strings in struct tag_info that will name each parameter, so that when you're working with a tree, instead of something like tag->params[2], you can use a function like getParam(tag, "x") to look up the apropriate index
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16:59:46bieberBut if it'll be too much of an issue with build-size, I'll just leave it as is
16:59:57JdGordonis that really necessary?
17:00
17:00:05bieberNo, just a convenience
17:00:14wodztracker is not working: http://pastebin.com/YqLsTLhJ
17:00:49JdGordonit just seems like alot of extra effort for not much gain (adding all those names to begin with)
17:03:33bieberTrue
17:03:40bieberI'll just go with the indexes
17:04:01wodzTorne: v4 bootloader seems to run fine on my mini 1G. The only strange thing is that ipodpatcher hanged at the end of incorporating new bootloader (but bootloader works)
17:04:10t0rcf5...:(
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17:04:29JdGordonbieber: you know about http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/SkinBreakingChange right? that is the list of tags which have params (optional or otherwise)
17:04:40pixelmawodz: the tracker is probably also affected by the server not being fully available after the move
17:04:44bieberThose are _all_ the tags with parameters?
17:04:50linuxstbwodz: What was the last thing ipodpatcher printed?
17:05:09JdGordonunless I missed any
17:05:15JdGordonpretty sure I didnt though :)
17:05:55wodzit printed that it succeeded :-)
17:07:09bieberCan we make the label required for Vi, or move it to the end?
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17:07:58Tornewodz: Cool, thanks
17:08:13TorneSo I guess 1G is the only model left, and that's technically not vital since 1G and 2G use the same bootloader binary
17:08:30JdGordonbieber: lets make it -able
17:08:32Tornelinuxstb: shall we release the ipod bootloaders then? :)
17:08:43JdGordonI tihnk...
17:08:44bieberJdGordon: okay
17:09:34linuxstbwodz: So "[INFO] Bootloader installed successfully." ? And then it froze? What host OS?
17:09:43JdGordonand merge %Vl and V% to be the same...
17:10:01linuxstbTorne: s/we/I/ and you have a deal ;)
17:10:06wodzlinuxstb: ubuntu 10.04
17:11:33Tornelinuxstb: well, i presume all that's needed is for someone to copy my binaries to the right place on the download server (i.e. the swedes)
17:11:35linuxstbwodz: That's odd, but I don't think any parts of ipodpatcher that could cause that have changed recently. How long did you wait? After that message, ipodpatcher closes the device, and then gives you a prompt to press ENTER to exit ipodpatcher.
17:11:46Tornelinuxstb: and to build a new ipodpatcher with them built in, which i don't know how to do
17:11:54linuxstbTorne: Plus tagging things in svn, if you haven't already.
17:11:54JdGordonbieber: the %V tags will almost certainly be broken/changed so leave them as long as you can :)
17:11:54Torne(and even if i did i probably can't easily do for win32/macos)
17:12:00Tornelinuxstb: I've not tagged it, but I will
17:12:15wodzlinuxstb: I think it was "[INFO] wrote xxx bytes to firmware partition" but now I am not so sure
17:13:35Tornelinuxstb: i'll tag it in a bit, busy atm
17:13:49Tornelinuxstb: if you can tell me how to build ipodpatcher with the bootloaders included i can try :)
17:14:07Tornelinuxstb: but i certainly can't do macos, only linux 32/64 bit and maybe windows if i can get cygwin to behave
17:14:10linuxstbTorne: There are instructions at the top of the ipodpatcher Makefile for releasing it. For windows, just do "apt-get install mingw32" and then you can "make ipodpatcher.exe"
17:14:20Torneah, hm
17:14:26Torneyou can crosscompile it? neat :)
17:14:32linuxstbOf course ;)
17:14:35Torneokay, i'll give that a go later
17:14:44Tornei assume we stll need a mac user for the mac os one though?
17:15:13JdGordonI can build osx probably
17:15:41linuxstbTorne: Did you include a nano2g bootloader, or are we sticking with the existing one for now?
17:15:57Tornesticking with the existing one
17:16:08TorneI tried to make the reboot on usb plug change for nano2g
17:16:21Torneand it was a pain in the ass because nano2g doesn't have the usb driver built in, and even when i finally go tit to compile it doesn't work
17:16:31Torne(according to S_a_i_n_t who tested it for me)
17:16:36Torneso i gave up until someone who knows nano2g does it
17:16:42JdGordongrr... mac is apparently off.. try bluebrother(?)
17:16:48TorneJdGordon: not right now, anyway :)
17:18:22wodzlinuxstb: may it be the problem related to the fact I used ipodpatcher from svn head?
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17:18:27Tornelinuxstb: so unless someone who has a nano2g wants to do it real quick.. ;)
17:19:24gurenkohello, I need information how to get new mkamsboot for fuze version 2, somebody can help me?
17:19:31linuxstbTorne: When you give the bootloaders to the swedes, create a "bootloaders.zip" zip file containing all of them, including the old nano2g one. That file goes on the download server (it's referred to in the comments in the ipodpatcher Makefile), plus it needs to be unzipped on the server.
17:19:52Tornelinuxstb: ok
17:19:52linuxstbTorne: I did try your patch a few weeks ago, but when I installed the bootloader, my nano stopped booting. I gave up...
17:19:54CIA-5New commit by 03bieber (r26281): Adding the new WPS parser, code works but need to build the tag table
17:20:10gurenkoI use windows 7 64 bits
17:20:13Tornelinuxstb: yeah, S_a_i_n_t had various issues when i did different stuff, and no versoin made it actually *work*
17:20:29Tornelinuxstb: i think i did produce one that doens't stop it booting, but the usb insertoin detect just does nothing
17:20:53Tornesomeone who wants to do it and actually has a nano2g can just copy what i did quite easily and get the nano2g's versoin of the reboot-to-disk-mode code from usb.c
17:21:03linuxstbTorne: It wouldn't surprise me if the svn bootloader is broken - TheSeven doesn't use the Rockbox bootloader, and he's the only person who's really worked on the port...
17:21:10Tornepossibly
17:21:11Torneso.. yeah
17:21:13*Torne shrugs
17:21:23Tornethe usb-insert thing is just a bonus feature really
17:21:37Tornei want the new bootloader out to get LBA48/4096byte sector support for 3.6
17:21:55Torneso we can stop having people ask for help with their upgraded ipods ;)
17:22:01Tornesince it will just work from the utility
17:22:18bieberJdGordon: for %bl and such, does it have to be all or none with those arguments?
17:22:23linuxstbYes, it's not worth worrying about the nano2g. It would have been nice to be consistent, but getting big disk support is better.
17:22:58JdGordonbieber: yes
17:23:35JdGordonit gets tricker there... without the params it has completly different display behaviour
17:23:42JdGordonexcpeet pb which is still a bar
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17:24:00bieberHmm
17:24:00JdGordonbut that fun is for when you are up to the displayer :)
17:24:39bieberThe closest I can do for parsing it right now is "|f4I", which would allow it to parse with just a filename specified and no numbers
17:25:09JdGordondoes that mean it still needs ()'s?
17:25:12linuxstbgurenko: Links should be on the SansaAMS wiki page. If the website is still unavailable, google for "sansaams" and use the google cache.
17:25:20bieberOnly if you include parameters
17:25:29bieberIf the first character is a '|', it will allow you to leave the () off
17:25:47JdGordonbut arnt the params optional after that?
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17:26:18bieberYes. The 4 ints will be required together, but the filename could be there by itself
17:26:37bieberSo should it be a parse error if just the filename is given, or is that something that could just be ignored by the display code?
17:26:46CIA-5New commit by 03torne (r26282): Tag v4 of the bootloader for PortalPlayer ipods (i.e. not nano2g)
17:26:46JdGordonare %bl and %bl() the same tokens to your code?
17:26:48pamauryI think kugel removed a atexit(SDL_Quit) in his sdl tree move...
17:26:53gurenkohttp://www.tibimate.es/xbtit/announce.php?pid=99fccc3efc007dffdc0f71a6c88ef226
17:26:59gurenkosorry
17:27:31Tornelinuxstb: i guess i should use the tag for ipodpatcher v4 to build it?
17:27:41gurenkolinuxstb, but mkamsboot svn are in direct download?
17:27:51bieberJdGordon: I'm not sure exactly how that last one would parse, let me give it a try
17:28:08JdGordonI meant %bl(with,stuff,here)
17:28:30JdGordonit would be nice if you could explicitly sa that this tag is allowed to either have all the args, or none at all
17:29:26linuxstbgurenko: That wiki page does say that you need the latest svn - it points to mkamsboot on the download server. Or do you need a feature only in the svn version?
17:29:46linuxstbTorne: What do you mean? Use the old ipodpatcher with the new bootloaders?
17:30:04Tornelinuxstb: i mean, do we bump the ipodpatcher version number just because we've updated the included bootloaders?>
17:30:11Torneare there any changes to ipodpatcher since v4?
17:30:21gurenkoi need last version r26230 for support with OF 2.3.33
17:30:24bieberIt's actually not parsing the ()-less version at all, I'll go ahead and fix that, while I'm at it how about I add a [number] to the param specifier that specifies that the next however many arguments must be together
17:30:29CIA-5New commit by 03pamaury (r26283): sdl: call SDL_Quit() before exiting when receiving the SDL_QUIT event. It is necessary as the sdl tree move removed the atexit(SDL_Quit);
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17:30:36bieberi.e. a [5] would specify that you must have at least six arguments, or else none at all
17:30:51bieberErr, five
17:31:04JdGordonThat sounds like over engineering :)
17:31:27JdGordonhow about using * or something as the first char to say all or none?
17:31:37linuxstbTorne: What revision was v4? bluebrother added scsi code for OSX in January (r24382)
17:31:55Torne23144
17:32:08pamauryflyspray doesn't work...:(
17:32:09gurenkolinuxstb, i need last version r26230 for support with OF 2.3.33
17:32:10Torneso i guess we should do a new one from trunk, call it ipodpatcher v5 with v4 bootloaders (v1 for nano2g)
17:32:20linuxstbTorne: Generally I've been bumping the ipodpatcher version number with any new bootloader release, just to keep things simple.
17:32:25Torneyeah, that's probably easier
17:32:27bieberJdGordon: Do you just want it for ALL of the parameters, no groups?
17:32:29Tornei'll do it from trunk then
17:32:35Torneand tag that as well
17:32:40Torne(assuming it works)
17:32:50linuxstbTorne: Also, in the past I've tagged the bootloaders and ipodpatcher together - but you bump the version string in ipodpatcher's main.c first...
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17:33:07*linuxstb should do what he keeps telling himself to do and document this process...
17:33:08Tornelinuxstb: well, i already made the bootloader tag ;)
17:33:15linuxstbsvn rm ?
17:33:16Tornelinuxstb: i don't think it's a huge deal
17:33:21t0rcargh, the site up for anyone else?
17:33:25linuxstbTorne: No, it's not.
17:33:33Tornealso if we're using different code for nano2g anyway it's still not really consistent
17:34:07linuxstbNo. I'm thinking we should have a "bootloader release" wiki page documenting each release. i.e. how it was built, and what tag was given to it.
17:35:00JdGordonbieber: I'm not sure groups are needed. *dd|s would work just as well I think
17:35:08JdGordonwhich would mean either all, or at least the dd
17:35:22bieberAh, okay
17:35:36JdGordonI'm actually not so convinced 4d is better than being exlicit and saying dddd
17:36:44JdGordonalthough looking at the code I guess it wont simplify it that much anyway
17:38:35JdGordonlast thing.. shouldnt NULL be used instead of "" for empty arg lists and the end of the tag table?
17:38:42JdGordon(nit picking I know :) )
17:38:53t0rcwhy the name bieber ?
17:39:10biebert0rc: It's my last name
17:40:03Tornelinuxstb: so wait hm, should i change VERSION in ipodpatcher's main.c in trunk first?
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17:41:06linuxstbTorne: Yes. The way it works is that "make RELEASE=1" will use VERSION from main.c, "make" will use the output of ../../tools/version.sh
17:41:10Torneright
17:42:53bieberJdGordon: It occurs to me that there will also be ambiguity if you ever have a tag with an optional param list being used for a conditional. In the case of %?<tag>(args), the tag parsing function is liable to attempt parsing the argument list
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17:43:10bieberShould we perhaps keep <> for the conditionals?
17:43:18CIA-5New commit by 03torne (r26284): Bump ipodpatcher version number in preparation for a new ipod bootloader release
17:43:43JdGordonbieber: firstly it should be %?aa(args)<opt|opt|opt>
17:43:51JdGordonand yes, <>'s should stay for conditionals
17:44:02JdGordonlets try to miniise char reuse
17:44:18JdGordonthat said almost no tags will be used like that
17:44:27JdGordon(hopefully)
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17:45:55bieberOh, okay
17:45:56bieberThat will simplify things
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17:48:21Tornelinuxstb: is there a way to make the 32-bit version of ipodpatcher on a 64-bit host?
17:49:08Tornealso faat32format.c has a warning on 64-bit
17:49:18Tornefat32format.c: In function ‘format_partition’:
17:49:19Tornefat32format.c:471: warning: format ‘%llu’ expects type ‘long long unsigned int’, but argument 3 has type ‘long unsigned int’
17:49:40linuxstbTorne: I've no idea about cross-compiling 32-bit.
17:49:56*linuxstb isn't sure if he's got any 32-bit linux installs left...
17:50:13Tornewell it's just -m32 to make gcc build 32-bit, i think
17:50:41linuxstbI guess you could just add that to CFLAGS in the Makefile
17:51:26Torneah, i am lacking some kind of headers to build that way though
17:51:44Tornepresumably the -dev package for ia32-libs or similar
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17:52:23TorneOh, i don' thave ia32-libs at all :)
17:52:24linuxstbgnu/stubs-32.h ?
17:52:27Tornethta explains it
17:53:16linuxstbI have them installed, but can't find a dev package...
17:53:20Tornei don't htink there is one
17:53:23Tornei think it's in there
17:53:38Tornei've not upgraded this machien for too long though, i need to upgrade gcc/etc as well
17:53:42Tornegimme a sec :)
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17:58:54Torneno, that still doesn't work
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18:00:12Tornei dunno then.
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18:02:03Torneaha, libc-i386-dev
18:02:21Torneer, libc6-dev-i386 even
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18:03:12Tornewell that now compiles but doesn't link
18:03:31Tornei, er, shall do it on a 32-bit machine
18:03:32Tornelater :)
18:04:39t0rcbieber: interesting...hope your first isn't justin. ;)
18:04:54bieberHaha, thankfully no
18:04:55t0rcCan I simply put libpng12.so in the rockbox directory for the client to run?
18:05:14t0rcbieber: thats why I asked in the first place, was going to tell you how you could not sing. ;) hahah
18:05:50bieberlol
18:06:10t0rcbieber: instead I'll tell you, congrats on the dev team joining
18:06:17linuxstbTorne: Maybe LDFLAGS needs -m32 as well?
18:06:22TorneOh
18:06:23TorneYes, probably :)
18:06:31bieberThanks
18:06:38TorneNo, actually
18:06:42Torneit's built all in one gcc step
18:07:01Tornethere's no separate ld
18:07:53linuxstbTorne: Hmm, it worked for me after installing libc6-dev-i386 and just adding -m32 to the CFLAGS line at the top of the Makefile
18:08:08Tornehm
18:08:33t0rcI have to run Rockbox as root don't i?
18:08:54Tornelinuxstb: anyway, do we want to just get the bootloaders uploaded for now?
18:08:56Tornewho can do that?
18:09:20linuxstbTorne: Bagder/Zagor/LinusN
18:09:28linuxstbTorne: Once bootloaders.zip is there, others can make ipodpatcher binaries.
18:09:50gevaertsTorne: "run Rockbox as root" doesn't actually mean anything
18:09:57Tornegevaerts: hah :)
18:10:09linuxstbgevaerts: it will do after the summer...
18:10:12gevaertsoops
18:10:18gevaertst0rc: "run Rockbox as root" doesn't actually mean anything
18:10:42t0rcgevaerts: why's that?
18:10:53linuxstbt0rc: Do you mean "Rockbox Utility" ?
18:11:07t0rcaye
18:11:07t0rc:p
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18:13:21linuxstbTorne: I guess the CFLAGS line at the top of the Makefile should use "+=" instead of "=", to allow you to do "CFLAGS=-m32 make"
18:13:46TorneNo, it shouldn't really :)
18:14:01Tornethat risks picking up whatever arbitrary stuff the user has in their environment.
18:14:13funmanhum find_first_set_bit isn't built for bootloaders
18:14:18Tornethe nice thing to do is use EXTRA_CFLAGS or something
18:14:39funmani'd have noticed it if the red was not on the extreme right of the build page :/
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18:15:06Tornelinuxstb: ok, i've got bootloaders.zip and i've built ipodpatcher for amd64 and windows and the windows one appears to work :)
18:15:23Tornehttp://download.rockbox.org/bootloader/ipod/bootloader-ipodnano2g.ipodx
18:15:24Torneoops
18:15:31Tornehttp://lowell.wolfpuppy.org.uk/temp/rockbox/ipod-bootloader-release/v4.0-r25693/
18:15:34Torneeven
18:15:57linuxstbShall I make a 32-bit linux binary, or will you do that later?
18:16:05ramonrockbox has create ##MUSIC# folder and I can't access it in usb msc mode, how can I change it?
18:16:07Torneyou can do it ;)
18:16:11t0rcwhat is DFU mode?
18:16:18Torneramon: rockbox hasn't created that folder, the original firmware did.
18:17:19ramonok, and can I make something and access to it in msc mode?
18:17:37funmanno
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18:18:34ramonthen, for copy music to internal memory I have to use mtp mode?
18:19:07funmanjust use msc and copy it anywhere
18:19:17Torneramon: you need to put the music somewhere *other* than ##MUSIC#
18:19:18linuxstbTorne: linuxstb.cream.org/ipodpatcher-linux32x86.zip">http://linuxstb.cream.org/ipodpatcher-linux32x86.zip
18:19:25Torneif you want to be able to access it over MSC
18:19:55ramonok, it's true :D I haven't think it :D
18:20:06ramonthanks
18:20:06CIA-5New commit by 03funman (r26285): as3525: find_first_set_bit() isn't built in bootloaders ...
18:20:42Tornelinuxstb: i guess we're good to go then, and we can poke someone to do a mac one when we find someone :)
18:21:18domonokyt0rc: Rockbox Utility needs root only for some bootloader install operations (ipods and older sansas), everything else should work without root.
18:21:28TorneBagder: we've got an ipod bootloader release ready at http://lowell.wolfpuppy.org.uk/temp/rockbox/ipod-bootloader-release/v4.0-r25693/ - can they go on the download server?
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18:22:19linuxstbTorne: I'm building a Mac one now - my back door into my girlfriend's macbook is still there... ;) So as long as she doesn't close the lid we're OK.
18:22:24Tornelinuxstb: Aha, handy ;)
18:22:33funmanbuild system is off?
18:22:34wodz:-)
18:22:42Tornei shall tag r26284 as v5 of ipodpatcher also, then?
18:22:50t0rcdomonoky: thanks
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18:26:10CIA-5New commit by 03torne (r26286): Tag release 5.0 of ipodpatcher. This includes PP ipod bootloaders version 4.0 from the bootloader_ipods_v4. The nano2g bootloader has not been updated ...
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18:28:29linuxstbTorne: linuxstb.cream.org/ipodpatcher.dmg">http://linuxstb.cream.org/ipodpatcher.dmg
18:30:11Torneok, added :)
18:30:12linuxstbAlthough it may be nice if a Mac user could test that runs...
18:30:12Tornehehe
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18:30:31pixelmaI could test if it runs at all but nothing more
18:30:56pixelmaon a PPC Mac running 10.4
18:30:59Tornei'm trying to give the win32 binary a good test atm, but i'm being distracted :)
18:31:07Tornei can test the linux binaries when i get home, if needed
18:31:21Tornemy usb cable won't reach the machine i'm ssh'ed into ;)
18:31:43pixelmaif it helps, I'll test
18:31:56Tornewell if you can verify that it runs happily that's a good start
18:31:58wodzone guy from mpio american forum wants to donate original mpio remote for hd200 :-)
18:32:09n1snice!
18:32:34wodzwe will see
18:33:03pixelmais this a remote with lcd?
18:33:12wodzno just buttons
18:34:10wodzhttp://www.google.pl/imgres?imgurl=http://cdn.cbsi.com.au/cnet2/i/r/2005/mp3/hdd/22049360/sc001.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.cnet.com.au/mpio-hd200-5gb-240004501.htm&usg=__YhKyTZwh3g8YoQsY3q969y26TOM=&h=330&w=440&sz=18&hl=pl&start=1&itbs=1&tbnid=FsrjUTHuSSWMUM:&tbnh=95&tbnw=127&prev=/images%3Fq%3Dmpio%2Bhd200%26hl%3Dpl%26sa%3DG%26gbv%3D2%26tbs%3Disch:1
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18:35:09pixelmaTorne, linuxstb: it runs (and gets as far as telling me that I don't have the permissions and that it can't find an Ipod)
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18:35:25Tornepixelma: okay, that's a confirmation that linuxstb's process worked :)
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18:36:21FlynDicefunman: I'm still getting crashes on clip+ with cpufreq-v10 patch anywhere from 30- 90 minutes playing time unless I use default settings. Sorry it's been hard to follow things here lately with the outages....
18:36:36pixelmaI think bluebrother has access to a Mac _and_ an Ipod
18:37:14funmanFlynDice: the patch doesn't work on fuzev2 either: the guy on the forum says recording crashes
18:38:09funmanFlynDice: have you seen the SD patches (when flyspray was online) ?
18:38:59FlynDiceNo, It seems I've missed the times flyspray has been working for the past 3 days....
18:40:08funmanhttp://pastie.org/976481 (diff -w to remove indentation change so it's more readable)
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18:40:57funmanI took the 6 send_cmd retries from linux
18:41:30funmanand just add a wait_for_tran_state at the end of transfer (before disabling SD clocks on AMSv1)
18:41:47funmanfuzev2 ran till power off playing from the sdhc class 6 i have
18:42:08funmanand fuzev1 no longer deadlocks in test_disk (I removed the workaround delay in sd_enable())
18:42:59funmanspeed is a tiny bit slower than SVN (some tests were actually faster or not different)
18:43:50funmani didn't add a wait_for_tran_state at the tail of transfers on AMSv2, but it might be needed if we disable SD clocks
18:44:17funman.. unless card deselection waits for TRAN state
18:49:26CIA-5New commit by 03lenzone10 (r26287): Updated italian translation.
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18:53:41t0rcwhat does WPS stand for?
18:53:41Tornewhile playing screen
18:53:41t0rcTorne: graci
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19:16:50FlynDicefunman: I think we shouldn't need the wait for transfer state after (MCI_STATUS & DATA_BUSY) but I think you said you had the multiple blocks failed panic that way so it seems perhaps we do which I don't understand.
19:18:00FlynDiceI was also thinking the same (MCI_STATUS & DATA_BUSY) idea may be able to replace the fifo check and write delays on the as3525v1 sd driver but haven't been able to try it yet
19:18:22funmani don't know if this flag say if the card itself is busy, or the interface between the card and the controller
19:18:45funmanafaiu, when the card is in programming state, there's no communication needed between the card and the controller
19:19:06ssorgatemI have a weird issue: catalan voice do not match their strings
19:19:10FlynDiceI beleive i's a check on DAT0 line. The DAT0 line is held low as a busy signal while the card is programming
19:19:26funmanhm ok
19:19:37ssorgatemfor example, when hovering "voice", it would say "Moving"
19:19:52funmanI can try something simple: read the state immediately after DATA_BUSY isn't set and panic if it's not TRAN
19:20:00ssorgatemthat in catalan, english voice works OK
19:20:39funmanssorgatem: voice don't match the .lang file?
19:21:00ssorgatemfunman: i'm not sure where the problem lays
19:21:18funmani think voice files need to be rebuilt when new lang strings are added
19:21:28ssorgatemi rebuilt it
19:21:32ssorgatembut the issue remains
19:22:41CIA-5New commit by 03bieber (r26288): Fixed some bugs in the theme editor, added the tags with parameters to the tag table
19:26:28funmanFlynDice: works fine (I tested with playing from µSD and initializing the database)
19:27:44FlynDicefunman: great! gotta go for now back later
19:32:14funmanoops read multiple blocks failed when stressing it a bit more
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19:44:36funmanFlynDice: seems to work if i move the while(MCI_STATUS & DATA_BUSY) yield(); to the tail of the loop
19:44:50funmanhmm no, wrong alert again
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20:05:58ssorgatemmy voice issue seems to be gone
20:06:36ssorgatemit seems that the arm toolchain needs to be in $PATH for making the *.voice files
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20:28:52funmanFlynDice: hmm my patch doesn't work with the database stress method: delete database_*, boot without µSD, build database, reboot, play an album from database, insert µSD, update database immediately.
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20:53:52funmanFlynDice: asking STOP_TRANSMISSION to return a response seems to do the trick
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20:54:39funmanwell .. nope .. i see crash "wait for TRAN state failed (DATA)" for µSD; but afaiu the card shouldn't be in DATA state after STOP_TRANSMISSION has been sent
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20:58:18wodzI love this misleading defines in rockbox - comment states "Define this if you have a PortalPlayer PP5024" and than #define CONFIG_CPU PP5022
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21:00:03wodzand another question - why sansa-c200/sansa-e200 is in firmware/target/arm/as3525 if it uses pp5024 ? is as3525 == pp5024 ?
21:00:35gevaertswodz: c200/e200 v1 is PP5024/PP5022, v2 is as3525
21:00:39funmanc200/e200 are in target/arm/sandisk
21:00:41bertrikthe config file have probably just been copied and only modified were absolutely necessary
21:00:50LloreanIsn't the PP5024 just a slightly modified 5022, which is why the same define is used?
21:01:34wodzgevaerts: You are right
21:02:11gevaertsyes, PP5024 is the same as PP5022+some auxilliary AMS chip the name and function of which escapes me
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21:04:05Lloreangevaerts: Was it the USB?
21:04:11gevaertsno
21:04:17LloreanOr power control / charging?
21:04:24*Llorean shrugs
21:04:26gevaertsyes, possibly
21:04:36funmanas3514 : for audio DAC/CAD and power management?
21:04:43LloreanThere it is.
21:06:23wodzit would be nice to clean this a bit (for example define PP5024 as alias to PP5022)
21:06:38gevaertsThat would mean *more* ifdefs
21:07:00wodzwhy?
21:07:23gevaertsWell, every place that checks for PP5022 should then also check for PP5024
21:07:48gevaertsotherwise you really haven't cleaned it up a lot
21:07:59wodzexport/config.h:57:#define PP5022 5022
21:08:16LloreanIsn't there also some use to having a sort of explicit recurring clue that the 5022 and 5024 are for many/most practical purposes the same thing?
21:08:16wodzsimple #define PP5024 5022 should do
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21:11:17funmanafaict the only difference in target/arm is for i2c, and here it is matched with I2C_* define, not CONFIG_CPU
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21:12:31wodzhttp://www.pastie.org/976772 <−−- which targets are covered by this?
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21:13:10wodzonly sansas?
21:13:13funmanyes
21:13:21funmannot the m200v1 or c100 but these ones do not work
21:14:40*wodz think that he will dream horror called app/debug_menu.c
21:16:19funmandon't get mad on it.. if you can remove just a bit it will be a good step
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21:17:22funmanwodz: btw if you speak of the charging debugging, I think it's wrong and it should be applied to HAVE_AS3514 && defined(CONFIG_CHARGING)
21:17:43ssorgatemshouldn't the scheduled server downtime be removed from the topic?
21:17:46funmanafaict the philips gogear SA9200 also use as3514 to charge
21:18:04funmanssorgatem: tracker is still down
21:18:06EtuHey, rockbox people. Im sitting here and creating a new version of my theme. And I want to disable the icon-theme by default. How do I do that?
21:18:56wodzfunman: You mean my last pastie?
21:19:20funmanyep
21:19:24CIA-5New commit by 03learman (r26289): Updated Swedish transation.
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21:20:30funmanjust shows that this particular debug info was never needed by people working on sa9200
21:20:54wodzwhat is AS3514 BTW? Is it codec or pmu or sth?
21:21:00funmanboth
21:21:28bertrikit does basically all of the analog stuff
21:22:09funmanc200/e200/sa9200 have as3514; e200v2/fuzev1/clipv1/m200v4/c200v4 (as3525) have as3515 and fuzev2/clip+/clipv2 (as3525v2) have as3543 but they all use the same code (as3543 is a bit more different)
21:22:40wodzI think I'll do my best to reshape debug code, create task on FS (when up) and then we will think what to fix
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21:23:20bertrikI think there is already some mechanism in the debug code to put a device-specific screen in the debug menu
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21:24:31funmanthe mechanism is "#ifdef hell" afaik
21:24:56funmaneven if some device-specific functions are defined in target tree
21:25:07EtuDoes someone have a answer to my theme question? :)
21:25:07wodzbertrik: if You call this hacky way mechanism than yes
21:25:23bertrikno, there was something smarter IIRC
21:26:06wodzbertrik: at the end of #idefs hell there is #else and __*_dbg function called
21:26:12wodzthis is not smart at all
21:26:36funmanand only for 2 entries
21:26:41wodzyep
21:26:57bertrikI meant __dbg_hw_info
21:27:13bertrikfor example in debug-as3525.c
21:27:49wodzbertrik: right but how many target are covered by this scheme? 2-5?
21:28:35wodzYou have terrible mess of ifdefs mixing CPU architecture, device specyfic stuff and some more general defines
21:28:41bertrikI don't want to count them, and I think the exact amount is relevant anyway
21:28:49bertrik*irrelevant
21:29:08wodzit is even hard to tell which targets are covert by some defines
21:30:40funmanwodz: i think it would be simpler to move bits one by one instead of making a big patch
21:31:22funmanif you screw a small commit anyway you can check the build table for red/green delta
21:31:43wodzfunman: now I agree with You but it's too late - I was too optimistic starting this
21:41:26funmanFlynDice: hmm i don't know why, the µSD is in DATA state just after selecting it at the entry of sd_transfer_sectors
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21:47:59oldtopmanis the ipod nano 5g (video) supported
21:48:47funmannano != video
21:49:39Farthenoldtopman: nano 5g is and will not be supported for at least a year if not until infinity
21:49:51oldtopmanalright then tanks
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21:51:21LloreanFarthen: It's really not the best idea to tell people stuff like "for at least a year" or so on. Discoveries and interest can happen at any time, and surprising amounts of work can happen very quickly when something lucky happens.
21:52:51Farthenas the nano 4g is at least 3-6 months work for one full-time worker it is actually pretty obvious that it will never ever be done in a year
21:53:26FarthenLlorean: but you are right of course
21:53:29LloreanFarthen: It's not as obvious as you think, because it's not necessarily true.
21:53:43LloreanA simple "nobody appears to be working on it" or "given the current hurdles, progress is unlikely soon" will do.
21:54:46Farthenunder very good circumstances it would still take a pretty long time. and that would be when an apple employee would ring TheSeven's door and give him all the spec and documentation
21:56:05LloreanPorts can spring from "it's not going to happen" to "unstable, but it plays audio" in remarkably short time if the right discoveries are made and/or a wellspring of interest happens.
21:56:19storm`we could always kidnap an apple employee too
21:56:34LloreanVery few ports have taken a whole year to get audio working once work began in earnest on them.
21:57:29Farthenbut this channel is logged, maybe it is better to discuss the details somewhere else ;)
21:57:40LearBut playing audio can be pretty far from being reasonably usable...
21:58:00*storm` puts away the rope
21:58:01storm`d'awww
21:58:16LloreanLear: True, but even then, a lot of them get to a point that the really eager people are happy to use within less than a year.
21:58:38LloreanLear: My point was that he's telling people it can't happen within a year of now, and will probably never happen.
21:58:51Llorean"probably never" is also a pretty bad statement to suggest, honestly
21:58:59Farthenyou are right :)
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21:59:39LloreanI mean, I agree he should know the current outcome looks discouraging. I'm just quibbling a bit over what sort of discouraging it is.
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22:00:05funmando we have a pre-made answer on the wiki ? it could be handy given how much time this question is asked "does rockbox work on X ?"
22:00:15vaguerantHey guys, I just registered on the wiki as AlejandroArellano, could somebody add me to the WikiUsersGroup?
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22:00:25funmanhi vaguerant, will do
22:00:42Lloreanfunman: That might be a good idea. A "what a port takes, and why it can take a very long time" for laymen.
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22:01:29ssorgatemvaguerant: where are you from?
22:01:36vaguerantThanks funman.
22:01:45funmanvaguerant: should work
22:02:06vaguecantSorry, connection problems. Currently Australia, moving to the US later this year.
22:03:00Farthenfunman: so you mean one page for all "problematic" devices?
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22:05:06funmanno, just one generic page for all players not supported by rockbox (probably easier to not list them all)
22:05:35LloreanMaybe just a link from the front page of "My player isn't one of these. What next?"
22:06:21storm`does anyone have datasheets for the ipod 5g video processor (PP5021C-TDF)? the links on the ipodlinux wiki are crappy or broken, and it seems like rockbox would have had to get their reverse engineering info from somewhere
22:06:26Farthenhmm, that's not a bad idea
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22:07:12gevaertsstorm`: http://daniel.haxx.se/sansa/ has some stuff
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22:07:45funmanFlynDice: seems to work on AMSv1. it's different because we can't check the busy flag, and also there is no card (de)selection, nothing against committing this bit before the release?
22:10:02storm`gevaerts: seems like it's mostly sansa information, though, but thanks for the link. i'm trying to find information to write a USB HCD for the ipod
22:10:42gevaertsstorm`: oh, in that case look for MCIMX31RM.pdf
22:11:03funmanIMX31, like the gigabeats ?
22:11:06gevaertsyes :)
22:11:21gevaertsNot very related to the PP502x, but they have the same USB bits
22:11:27storm`oh, i have that document already :O
22:11:30storm`schweet
22:11:39gevaertsIt should be mostly ehci
22:12:12storm`i don't have much (any) experience with kernel development or driver programming, but i've been learning quite a lot lately
22:12:34storm`i'm trying to write this driver since people have been requesting it for like 6 years now, yet no one has really taken it on
22:12:43storm`just a lot of "it's not written, don't worry about it"
22:13:25gevaertsIt's not entirely clear if ipods are wired to do host though
22:14:06storm`the iPL wiki says: The PP5020 (brief overview) and the PP5021C-TDF chips implement the USB host, the USB device, and the USB On-The-Go (OTG) specification. USB host support should make it possible to attach any USB device to the iPod, as long as there are kernel drivers for them in iPodLinux.
22:14:47pamauryit's not because the chip can do usb host that the device can do it
22:14:55gevaertsthat's an oversimplification
22:15:18pamauryit can require hardware to do so and that hardware is not necessarily present in the device
22:16:38storm`rockbox apparently got a very primitive USB driver to work for PP
22:17:38gevaertsWe have the device side
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22:18:35gevaertsI wouldn't call that one primitive though
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22:22:35storm`if the ipod supports USB On-The-Go, though, then it should be able to host
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22:23:39vaguerantIs rebooting to OF on USB working on Fuzev2 and Clipv2? I know it works on Clip+, just wanted to check.
22:24:06funmanyes
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22:31:45ssorgatemmm the screen on my fuzev2 randomly goes blank
22:31:52ssorgatemor it sometimes boots blank
22:32:24ssorgatemrockbox works (I can control it thanks to voice menu)
22:33:32ssorgatemWhen bootin blank, I'm able sometimes to see the "ver 2" boot screen, sometimes even the screen with the revision info., and sometimes it's blank from the beginning
22:33:53ssorgatemso I have to turn it on/off until it I can see something in the screen
22:34:10funmandid it happen with an upgrade ?
22:34:36ssorgatemi started to notice it yesterday
22:34:57ssorgatemah
22:35:17ssorgatemand sometimes the screen is just a lot brighter and clearer
22:35:46ssorgatemie. black looks as light grey
22:36:32funmanis it systematic?
22:36:52ssorgatemit's random
22:37:10ssorgatemmaybe 2/10 times it'll boot OK
22:37:31ssorgatem3/10 it'll boot with weaker colors
22:37:46ssorgatemand 5/10 it will boot to a blank screen
22:38:04ssorgatemalso, during playback, the screen can go blank too
22:38:29funmanwhich rev?
22:38:34ssorgatemother functions are unaffected, thogu
22:38:35ssorgatemmm
22:38:42ssorgatemI don't know
22:38:45CIA-5New commit by 03funman (r26290): as3525v2: do not deselect all cards after a SD transfer ...
22:38:51funmanFlynDice: ^ seems to fix all problems on AMSv2
22:38:55funmanwell then updat
22:39:00ssorgatemok
22:39:04linuxstbstorm`: Don't ipods need the "camera adapter" to do USB host?
22:39:23storm`i don't know, but http://www.200ic.com/stock/Suppliers-PP5021C-TDF.html -> "The PP5021C-TDF can be used as a USB device transceiver or a USB host transceiver. It can transmit and receive serial data at both full-speed (12 Mbit/s) and low-speed (1.5 Mbit/s) data rates." so woot
22:39:25*linuxstb doesn't know what's inside that though, even after opening one....
22:39:45storm`i think only for the photo, whichever generation that was
22:39:49linuxstbstorm`: As others have said, just because the SoC supports a feature, doesn't mean it's wired up..
22:40:05storm`what is SoC?
22:40:39storm`system on a chip, nvm
22:40:41funmanstorm`: no white screen here
22:41:10storm`eh?
22:41:11funmanthe rockbox revision number bitmap isn't rebuilt after svn up (git svn rebase that is)
22:41:15funmanstorm`: oops not for you
22:41:19funmanssorgatem: no white screen here
22:41:24linuxstbstorm`: According to this page, it was supported on the Photo and Video ipods - http://support.apple.com/kb/HT2211
22:42:31linuxstbI would bet money on the other PP502x ipods being hardware-compatible with it, but Apple not supporting it in their firmware.
22:43:53storm`"The last item hints that the iPod photo may in fact have some sort of USB Host capability. Though it may not be supported by Apple to do iPod to iPod transfers, let's see what the folks at the iPod Linux project can come up with."
22:44:00storm`http://www.engadget.com/2005/03/23/ipod-camera-connector-supports-ipod-photo-only-media-readers/
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23:00:50*linuxstb gets frustrated with the state of the Nano2g port, and learns that the Rockbox bootloader has generally been abandoned in favour of iloader (which is now running from NOR)....
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23:03:14funmanis that a bad thing?
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23:06:55linuxstbfunman: It's a bad thing that Rockbox on that target isn't "standalone". It's also a bad thing from a documentation point of view - if iloader is the best option for Nano2g users, we should recommend users use it.
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23:07:35linuxstbBut that raises all kinds of support problems...
23:09:04LloreanIs there some reason why those working on the port aren't using our bootloader to do it?
23:09:27linuxstbNo-one is working on the port...
23:09:37LloreanAh, that'd do it.
23:09:53LloreanSo in what sense has the Rockbox bootloader been abandoned if the whole port basically has?
23:10:10ssorgatemfunman: the white screen is still here
23:10:12linuxstbI did some work at the start, but TheSeven put the most time in. TheSeven then went on to work on iloader.
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23:10:40ssorgatemfunman: I've noticed another variant: white screen in the bootloader, but normal in rockbox
23:11:46linuxstbLlorean: IIUC, the port itself is OK, but the problem is how Apple's (NOR) bootloader deals with the NAND FTL. iloader is flashed to NOR, and deals with the NAND far better.
23:12:13funmanssorgatem: hm ok
23:12:22funmanssorgatem: did it happen with older revisions?
23:12:36ssorgatemfunman: nope
23:12:44funmantry to go back until it works
23:12:54ssorgatemfunman: yes i'll do it
23:12:55funmanso you can identify which revision broke it
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23:13:47funmanfaster way to do is identify a revision which breaks, another which works, and bissect between the two
23:13:53ssorgatemIt must be a commit from sunday or monday
23:14:57Lloreanlinuxstb: So would a "best" solution be incorporating the installation to NOR and NAND FTL handling into our loader, or?
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23:16:47linuxstbLlorean: Ideally, yes. But given that no-one is working on it, we could consider recommending iloader, or at least trying to document the advantages/disadvantages in our wiki/manual. But I would be looking to current nano2g users to do that - I haven't touched my nano2g for months...
23:17:11*linuxstb notices TheSeven has appeared...
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23:17:45*linuxstb wonders what bootloader S_a_i_n_t uses on his nano2g
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23:18:39TheSevenlinuxstb: IIRC he uses iloader to avoid WSODs
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23:21:29linuxstbTheSeven: So in your opinion, anyone wanting Rockbox on their nano2g should use iloader?
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23:24:16pixelmaif there are no objections until tomorrow morning for me (so in a bout 8 hours) I'm going to commit the radio screen and settings related changes (fixes to me). mitk is correct that if strings change that need translator's attention again then it's better to do it sooner than later so there is a bit more time. I only got agreement here by the three people who commented at all and on the ml there was discussion about the actual string but no
23:24:16pixelma objection in general
23:24:30TheSeveni can't see any advantage of the rockbox bootloader at the moment
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23:24:47pixelmaso far
23:25:13kisaksounds like iloader should be assimilated
23:25:56Farthenpixelma: can you think of any possibility of improvement to iloader?
23:26:13funmanyou mean, iloader source should be in rockbox svn ?
23:26:20TheSevenyeah we already talked about that - but besides the ftl and nand drivers, it uses a totally different code base, and even more important, a different installation method (for nor-based installation)
23:26:52pixelmaI have no idea about the iloader. The "so far" was an addition to my statement above
23:28:54Farthenpixelma: sorry. i misunderstood it
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23:31:23funmanhmm too much people ask for 'the newest mkamsboot'
23:32:00funmanand too much people report bricked clipv2/clip+, too
23:32:49FlynDicenewer must be better right? Did SD fix help frequency changing at all?
23:33:12funmani'm not trying frequency stuff again (for now)
23:33:18funmanFlynDice: ok for the AMSv1 change?
23:33:19linuxstbTheSeven: I think the main issue is that iloader doesn't do things the "rockbox way". i.e. the flashing isn't the same as other targets, and you put a lot more features in the bootloader, which we generally try and avoid. And as you say, isn't using the Rockbox codebase, which we do when flashing other targets...
23:33:26linuxstbTheSeven: So we're in a tough situation...
23:34:21FlynDicefunman: I have'nt actually tried it yet but the code looked fine to me...
23:34:34funmanFlynDice: thanks
23:34:51funmanlinuxstb: if the rockbox way is buggy, i have no problem advising iloader until someone fixes the rockbox bootloader
23:35:00TheSevenone could of course try to enhance the rockbox bootloader, to at least share iloader's robustness, if you don't want the "fancy features"
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23:39:04TheSeveniloader's advantages mainly come from the fact that it replaces the second-stage bootloader, while the rockbox bootloader replaces the third-stage bootloader, and uses a (buggy) apple second-stage loader
23:39:44linuxstbTheSeven: Hopefully that will happen one day, I'm just wondering what we want to do in the meantime regarding iloader - i.e. continue to ignore it, or change our documentation to recommend it (or at least suggest it).
23:43:55Tornelinuxstb: okay, i tested the linux ipodpatchers as well, so it looks like it's all sorted ;)
23:44:13S_a_i_n_tI'm actually running an experimant at the moment, or have been for a while, I have several 2G Nanos but out of the two that get used, one has iLoader, and one uses the Rockbox bootloader.
23:44:27S_a_i_n_tI'll let you guess which one I have the least problems with.
23:44:44S_a_i_n_tI'll give you a clue, it starts with "i" ;)
23:44:52TheSeven:-P
23:45:40linuxstbTorne: Now you just need a Swede...
23:45:53Torneindeed
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23:46:37TheSevenS_a_i_n_t: if you have noticed any problems or improvement possibilities, please let me know ;-)
23:47:11S_a_i_n_tI'll have a think once I wake up some more. :)
23:47:55*Bagder is a Swede
23:48:05funmanprove it!
23:48:11Bagderbut I'm struggling to figure out the dir hierarchy of this
23:48:35Bagderthe ones in bootloader/ipod now, which version are those?
23:48:47funmanTheSeven: you are working on newer ipods now?
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23:49:26vaguerantBagder, where do I remember you from?
23:49:33vaguerantWikipedia IRC maybe?
23:49:56TheSevenfunman: In theory, yes
23:50:03funman^^
23:50:04Bagdervaguerant: nope, never been there
23:50:11TheSevenactually, this has mostly stalled because i'm pretty busy with other things
23:50:19funmani still have a nano3g to get from my brother
23:50:20linuxstbBagder: Those are v4.0, apart from the nano2g one, which is v1.0 (and isn't being replaced).
23:50:56linuxstbBagder: So I guess create a 4.0 directory, and move all bootloaders into there apart from the nano2g version.
23:51:04TheSevenfunman: we can execute code on the 3g and have some semi-working usb debugger, but that's about it
23:51:09linuxstbBagder: It seems that no-one bothered with archiving the 3.0 bootloaders though...
23:51:18TheSevenso the absolute groundwork has been laid, but not much more
23:51:27TheSevenfeel free to start working on that one :-P
23:51:35funmanTheSeven: any blocker except lacking developers?
23:51:36Bagderbut isn't http://lowell.wolfpuppy.org.uk/temp/rockbox/ipod-bootloader-release/v4.0-r25693/ 4.0 too ?
23:51:42linuxstbBagder: Ah, plus ipodpatcher could e moved.
23:51:55TorneBagder: the numbers for the bootloaders and for ipodpatcher aren't in sync any more
23:51:58TheSevenfunman: I don't think so
23:52:05Tornethe last one was 3.0 bootloaders, but ipodpatcher 4.0
23:52:07linuxstbBagder: Hmm, it depends if that version number is for ipodpatcher or the bootloaders....
23:52:12*linuxstb is now as confused as Bagder was...
23:52:13Tornethis one is 4.0 bootloaders, but ipodpatcher 5.0 :)
23:52:22TorneSo yeah, this is confusing
23:52:27Bagderclear as mud as they say
23:52:42*S_a_i_n_t reads up a bit (through very sleepy eyes) and agrees, it is indeed a shame that the Nano2G bootloader seems to have been dropped like a hot rock. I thought that TheSeven's iLoader work may have sparked some interest there again...but, nope.
23:52:53TheSevenfunman: it will quite certainly be easier than the 4g, and it seems to share most things with all 3 generations of the classic, so working on this might pay off very well...
23:52:54S_a_i_n_tIt hasn't been touched for a /loooong/ time.
23:53:01gevaertsThe ipodpatcher version is the sum of the PP ipod bootloader version and the nano2g bootloader version?
23:53:01linuxstbOK, so v3.0 ipodpatcher had v3.0 bootloaders.
23:53:12linuxstbgevaerts: Yes!
23:53:16gevaerts\☺/
23:53:29linuxstbAnd v4.0 ipodpatcher had v3.0 bootloaders, plus v1.0 for the nano2g
23:53:43linuxstbSo v5.0 ipodpatcher is v4.0 + v1.0
23:53:55*Torne giggles
23:53:57Torneoh dear.
23:54:03linuxstbgevaerts: See, I knew there was simplicity in there somewhere.
23:54:18*Torne hopes Bagder is having fun
23:54:25*Bagder blinks
23:54:30Tornei just compiled the damn thing, i didn't think too much about the numbers
23:55:11Tornealso do we know the tracker isn't working?
23:55:15CIA-5New commit by 03funman (r26291): as3525v1: relax a bit requirements in the SD driver ...
23:55:21Tornewell ok, i know the tracker isn't working because i just tried to use it
23:56:13S_a_i_n_tI do *now*
23:56:15*funman exchanges his kingdom against a Clip+ soldered to a JTAG adaptor
23:56:26Bagderso ok, which version are the new ipod bootloaders again?
23:56:41S_a_i_n_t4.0 IIRC
23:56:43Tornethe new ipod bootloaders are version 4.0
23:56:44 Join bluebro [0] (~bluebro@df01ppp240.eplus-online.de)
23:56:54Tornethe nano 2g one is not new, it's just a copy of the existing 1.0 version
23:56:59Bagderand the ones currently on the download server's bootloader/ipod ?
23:57:10Tornethe ones on the download server are 3.0, except nano2g
23:57:20linuxstbBut the ipodpatcher that's there is 4.0...
23:57:36Tornelinuxstb: i vote next time we do this to advance all the version numbers until they are the same ;)
23:57:44*S_a_i_n_t smells confusion again.
23:57:57funmanshould we get permission from Sandisk to redistribute modified versions of their OF files, would concatenating the nrv2e code to their OF be 'linking' as in GPLv2 ?
23:58:01linuxstbTorne: I guess it's not too late... Although it's too late for me tonight.
23:58:45TorneBagder: move the bootloaders currently on the server (except nano2g) into the 3.0 directory
23:58:58funmanwhen i send binaries to the swedes i put them in a .tar.gz so no need for them to know the hierarchy, all is in the .tar

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