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#rockbox log for 2010-12-27

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00:30:57TheSevendoes it matter if a PCM driver only accepts even sample counts?
00:31:08TheSeven(and ignores the last sample if the count is uneven)
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01:43:46eWillis it safe to insert/remove the microSD card when RB is on?
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01:49:27kop316Good evening, I was filing a bug in Rockbox, and it suggested to come onto here to discuss it.
01:50:23[Saint]eWill: Yes.
01:51:19kop316I have a sansa fuze v2.
01:51:24kop316 When I save a playlist under "Playlists -> Save Current Playlist", the playlist does not automatically appear in "Playlists -> View Catalog"
01:51:31kop316When I look to find where it saved, I found Rockbox saves playlists under the / directory. "View Catalog" looks under /Playlists and lists the playlists there.
01:52:11kop316So I think to fix it, one must change the default save location of "Playlists -> Save Current Playlist" from the / folder to the /Playlists folder.
01:53:08kop316I have not filed this as a bug yet, but I would like to make sure this is a bug before filing it
01:55:05kop316This occures in version 3.7.1
01:55:31TorneThat's not a bug, but intended behaviour
01:55:41Tornethe catalog is just a directory, not anything special
01:56:48Torneplaylists created directly from directories are saved next to the directory they relate to.
01:56:57Torneplaylists don't have to be under the playlist folder to work
01:56:58Torneif you want them to be there, move them
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02:00:26*TheSeven made his ipod output an awful noise!
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02:01:12[Saint]success!
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02:02:58TheSeven[Saint]: not quite
02:03:15*TheSeven feels lucky he didn't have the earphones in his ears when that started
02:03:34TheSevenit was annoying enough with them lying on the desk
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04:53:41jroysdonAnyone have an quick pointers for using the installer on Fedora 14? I'm getting a permission denied error
04:54:19TeruFSXsudo.
04:54:51TeruFSX(That is, just run the installer with sudo)
04:56:16jroysdongotcha
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04:57:37jroysdonI have an older bootloader from like 2 years ago. Should I reinstall it as part of my install (it is prompting me)?
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05:01:38Lloreanjroysdon: It's generally not beneficial to run an out of date bootloader, and when the installer can update it for you there's usually no reason not to update it.
05:03:34jroysdonyup, figured I might as well
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05:05:34jroysdona bit faster, yay
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05:10:26jroysdonwow, usb keypad multimedia mode rocks... nice little quick remote
05:11:04jroysdonare their other modes and how to trigger? hmm, time to look at the manual
05:11:41jroysdonoh, and how do I get artwork for all of my albums such that rockbox will know it? rhythmbox downloads it all for me in Gnome (Fedora 14)
05:12:47TeruFSXCheck out http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/AlbumArt. They give some utilities that export album art to files that Rockbox can use.
05:14:28jroysdoncool, thanks
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05:22:21jroysdonThis seems to work well enough: http://unrealvoodoo.org/hiteck/projects/albumart/
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07:07:25[Saint]Huh...weird.
07:07:45[Saint]Fuze V1's wheel light seems to depend on the LCD in some way.
07:07:57[Saint]It appears to not function if the LCD isn't present.
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09:04:51JdGordon|[Saint]: Teru's patch is actually correct, i tihnk
09:05:01JdGordon|you see it correct because you only use one-lcd targets
09:05:57[Saint]Ah...right. I just couldn't see what it was actually fixing.
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09:06:23[Saint]I didn't think it unusual for the false case to never appear.
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09:37:41CIA-7New commit by 03nls (r28907): Fix FS #11838. Escape special char that broke manual builds and generated incomplete output.
09:39:59CIA-7r28907 build result: All green
09:40:59bertrikI'm struggling with AMSv2 sd card controller driver
09:41:24bertrikSome commands just seem to always fail, not even giving back a card response
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09:49:15bertrikHowever the sd command (CMD7) that seems to fail based on sd controller status, does seem to have effect on the card
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10:16:32bertrikHm, it could make sense that there is no card response on sd CMD7 when it is used to *de*select an sd card, but I can find anything explicit about this in the spec
10:16:45bertrik*can't
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11:05:13CIA-7New commit by 03jethead71 (r28909): Certain data accesses in the kernel should have volatile semantics to be correct and not rely on the whims of the compiler. Change queue clearing to ...
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11:08:41jhMikeSn1s: might that not go better in thread_coldfire.c ? (I've been trying to maitain directly inline asm out of thread.c)
11:09:57n1ssure, just wrap it in an inline function?
11:10:20jhMikeSyeah
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11:19:40n1sjhMikeS: this ok http://pastebin.ca/2030407 ?
11:21:43jhMikeSlooks alright, thanks
11:21:52n1sno problem
11:22:41CIA-7New commit by 03nls (r28910): Move codfire inline asm into cpu specific file.
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11:46:06thomasjfoxhey kugel
11:46:25thomasjfoxJust wanted to thank you for your help the other night
11:46:26kugelthomasjfox: hey
11:46:33CIA-7New commit by 03nls (r28911): Fix warning about using static vars in non static inline functions with gcc 4.5.
11:46:39kugelyou're welcome :)
11:47:03thomasjfoxI was able to sort out the gstreamer issue by the help of #gstreamer :)
11:48:29CIA-7r28911 build result: All green
11:48:46kugelgreat
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11:52:33kugeln1s: gcc switch soon?
11:54:07n1skugel: hopefully, ill send a mail to the list later today
11:54:36kugelare you planning for 4.5.x? is it better than 4.4.x?
11:54:47n1syes
11:55:03kugelboth? :)
11:56:17n1syeah, 4.4 had some weird bug that caused it to access the stack with halfword accesses in some cases that seems fixed in 4.5, but speedwise they were about the same 4.5 might be a little faster and is producing smaller code
11:57:55kugelah sounds good
11:59:18kugeljhMikeS: arm-eabi has a preprocessor define (re: your question from a few days ago)
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12:08:48jhMikeSkugel: happen to know it off hand?
12:09:19kugeljhMikeS: __ARM_EABI__
12:09:30kugelbut we shouldn't write code with the old compiler in mind
12:10:30jhMikeSI wasn't but I did want to test without eabi, unless −−no-eabi is going to be dropped anyway?
12:10:53kugeldunno, but I think it should
12:11:36jhMikeSa careful look at the asm output file was far faster than worrying about that anyway, lol
12:11:42kugelwe don't actually know if the code still works under the old one
12:17:32jhMikeSit wouldn't compile or link as-is anyway, not for the beast. beyond that, no idea
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12:52:17thomasjfoxkugel: I currently test the native threads code again.
12:52:27thomasjfoxI still get a hang on app shutdown
12:53:13thomasjfoxOne thread is stuck in tick_timer() -> sim_enter_irq_handler()
12:54:04thomasjfoxIt's waiting for interrupt re-enable
12:56:42kugelthomasjfox: do you reach sim_kernel_shutdown()?
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12:57:07thomasjfoxIIRC it gets called. Let me check
12:57:42thomasjfoxYes
12:58:02thomasjfoxI have a printf() before the end of the sdl event thread routine
12:58:17kugelthat calls disable_irq(), but removes the timer in the next line
12:58:32kugelcan sdl remove threads that are waiting on a cond?
12:59:16thomasjfoxGood question. Probably with KillThread, though that's the big hammer method and unclean
12:59:55kugelit's a timer thread, it doesn't have a clean way to exit anyway
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13:00:08kugelyou could try moving the disable_irq call down
13:01:53thomasjfoxOk. Though this will only move the problem as we might still enter the timer routine at the same time as RemoveTimer() gets called
13:02:49kugelI'd expect sdl is able to handle this case internally
13:02:52thomasjfoxIn fact, I think moving disable_irq down won't help, but I'll try it anway
13:04:13kugelalternatively you can move the do_exit = true up and check it in the timer callback (if it returns 0 it's deactivated
13:05:00thomasjfoxStill hangs with disable_irq() moved down
13:05:24*n1s sent his mail to the list now so dust off your coldfire targets and give the test builds a try
13:05:55kugelSDL_RemoveTimer also has a return value which might be interesting to check
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13:14:53thomasjfoxkugel: The timer exits fine now. Now it's hanging at another place
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13:15:07*kugel wonders why the tick timer returns 1
13:15:12kugelshouldn't it return 10?
13:15:19kugelor rather, interval
13:15:19thomasjfoxcodec_pcmbuf_insert_callback() -> sleep -> switch_thread() -> wait_for_interrupt()
13:17:39kugelhm, wait_for_interrupt() handles the case where you exit while the wait, but not the otherone I think
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13:19:40thomasjfoxkugel: You are right, it should return interval.
13:20:19kugelI wasn't aware that the sim runs on an 1ms tick
13:20:45kugeljhMikeS: any idea about that?
13:21:11thomasjfoxThe minimum resolution for SDL timers is 10ms
13:21:28thomasjfoxIf you schedule for 16ms, it will be called after 20ms
13:22:16jhMikeSkugel: about? the thread thing?
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13:22:35kugelthe return value of tick_timer for sdl
13:24:29jhMikeSonly the check for NULL in the code
13:25:15kugelwhat?
13:26:07jhMikeSare you talking about tick_timer_id in kernel-sdl.c?
13:27:24thomasjfoxHe meant the return value of tick_timer()
13:28:02thomasjfoxThe return value of "1" will re-schedule the timer from 10ms to 1ms
13:28:52*jhMikeS just needs a relevant filename
13:29:02thomasjfoxkernel-sdl.c
13:29:35jhMikeSok, the return value of the handler hehe
13:29:41kugelany periodic timer should just return interval IIUC
13:30:28thomasjfoxAlso re-scheduling to 1ms won't work anyway as the maximum resolution is in 10ms steps according to the SDL_SetTimer manual
13:30:42jhMikeSjust says it's the next interval
13:30:56jhMikeSmake it random milliseconds if you like :)
13:32:52kugelTheSeven: for AddTimer() it says it's platform dependant but at least 10ms
13:33:00*jhMikeS asks that you keep in mind that sometimes it's been years since he's really examined certain code, so he might be clueless for a bit
13:35:06jhMikeSthomasjfox: http://sdl.beuc.net/sdl.wiki/SDL_AddTimer says it's the smallest granularity you should normally expect since its system dependent
13:35:23kugel"If the returned value from the callback is the same as the one passed in, the timer continues at the same rate. If the returned value from the callback is 0, the timer is cancelled. "
13:35:37kugelwe pass 10 to AddTiemr()
13:35:55*TheSeven assumes that was a false positive
13:36:57kugelthomasjfox: for the deadlock in wait_for_interupt() you could try duplicating the the if (do_exit) so that it's also checked before SDL_CondWait()
13:37:27kugelI'll investigate the timer thing in the meantime
13:38:19kugelTheSeven: that wasn't meant for you, sorry
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13:40:57thomasjfoxkugel: That did the trick
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13:45:07kugel1 or interval makes no difference on my machine
13:45:36thomasjfoxkugel: On the n900 neither
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13:48:55jhMikeSit still uses sdl for the android app?
13:49:18kugelthe android app never used sdl
13:49:32CIA-7New commit by 03kugel (r28912): Return interval in the SDL timer callback as it should happen in periodic timers. ...
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13:49:46kugelthomasjfox: does exit work now?
13:49:50thomasjfoxyes
13:50:01kugelif you can give me the fixes I can update my ucontext_thread branch :)
13:50:05jhMikeSI'm just seeing "wait_for_interrupt" then talk about SDL_CondWait(), so I'm confused :)
13:50:09thomasjfoxTried five times - all fine
13:50:42kugeljhMikeS: that's for the sdl port, using our threading library
13:51:34jhMikeSworking on using thread.c instead is what you mean?
13:51:35CIA-7r28912 build result: All green
13:51:54kugeljhMikeS: yeps
13:52:39jhMikeSthe fewer of those the better indeed
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13:53:53thomasjfoxkugel: http://pastebin.com/SYty6gw6
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13:54:53thomasjfoxkugel: Please verify the disable_irq() is at the right spot
13:56:50kugelis the osso thread down at this point?
13:57:18thomasjfoxYes
13:58:15kugeli think the disable_irq() call isn't even needed, all "interrupts" will fail after the sim_thread_cond is destroyed, whether they're waiting on it or not
13:59:04jhMikeSkugel: will it simulate more than 1 core too?
13:59:22kugelno
13:59:33kugelwe don't simulate it currently, do we?
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14:00:24jhMikeSkugel: no, but I was thinking it would basically be two pools of threads and a "core lock" would just be a mutex or sem
14:01:06TheSevenseems to be some kind of misfiring DMA interrupts this time
14:01:07jhMikeSN pools for N cores, more generally
14:01:24kugelyou could still do it using thread.c
14:01:59kugelyou just need sdl threads for each core instead of a single one which runs all rockbox threads
14:02:46jhMikeSkugel: that too
14:02:47kugelalthough I'm not sure how useful that is. aren't threads only quasi-parallel?
14:03:17jhMikeSonly if the host system is single-core, but that's pretty uncommon now
14:04:04JdGordon|do we really need to simulate dual cores?
14:04:36jhMikeSwhy not? it's cool :)
14:05:12JdGordon|seems like an unnecesary complication
14:05:50jhMikeSexistence is unnecessary complication :P
14:06:41bertrikTheSeven, isn't the n-th time (n > 2) where interrupts are doing suspicious things on the s5l870x?
14:07:11TheSeventhis time, the things are more suspicious than usual
14:07:11bertrikmaybe the s5l870x interrupt system in general should be more thoroughly reviewed
14:07:32TheSeventhe s5l8702 interrupt handling is completely different to the 8701
14:08:28TheSeventhe weird thing is that a DMA core 0 channel 1 IRQ fires each time another IRQ fires (for example USB), but not when it should
14:08:39TheSeveni.e. if there are no other IRQs, it doesn't fire at all
14:13:12bertrikmaybe a HW bug?
14:15:12kugelthomasjfox: I should probably get around committing my ucontext_thread work to svn
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14:16:00thomasjfoxnice!
14:16:31thomasjfoxbtw: what's the reason rockbox doesn't explicitly enable gcc optimizations?
14:16:43kugelno idea
14:16:51kugelwe do it for codecs, but not for the core
14:18:48thomasjfoxRegarding the ucontext_thread commit to svn, it would be nice if the native threads / SDL threads implementation are switchable
14:19:03thomasjfoxthe sdl threads are very good for debugging deadlocks
14:19:04kugelthey are in that branch
14:19:14thomasjfoxperfect
14:20:45kugelbut I need the other load/store context implementation, ucontext isn't available on some platforms (deprecated in POSIX)
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14:22:43jhMikeSI recall looking into that and saying "f-it" because of dodgey availability and such
14:23:28kugelthere's a solution with sig[alt]stack which I implemented in a test application. according to gnu pth that should work on all unix/posix platforms
14:23:44jhMikeShow does sdl assist in deadlock debugging over other stuff? maybe something could be done there.
14:25:34kugelthinking about it, it should make no difference. the non-rockbox threads are still sdl threads (gdb has some handy thread debug utils), but the rockbox threads, no matter of if they are sdl threads or not, are all in switch_thread() (except running one)
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14:27:32jhMikeSbut not in the same switch_thread call, so really, the return address could say where it is
14:27:40TheSevenbertrik: found part of the issue: cache coherency o.0
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14:30:03kugelgdb can print the backtrace for each for sdl/pthreads
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14:53:02kugel:(
14:53:11kugelmy code crashes unless I run it in gdb
14:53:16thomasjfox:o)
14:54:52thomasjfoxkugel: Regarding the __ASSEMBLER__ fix. You said you want to wrap it into some kind of ASMFLAGS and only activate it for the sdl-app.
14:55:01thomasjfoxI think it should always be active
14:57:44kugeli didn't say it should only be active for the sdl app
14:58:06thomasjfoxoh. Then I got you wrong :)
14:59:53kugelhah, my code crashes in 75% of the time, another 20% of the it freezes, the remaing 5% it works correctly :(
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15:00:46thomasjfoxkugel: valgrind might help
15:02:03kugelwhen it freezes it's even impossible to break in gdb
15:04:00kugelbut that's possibly because I block sigint
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15:06:46n1skugel, thomasjfox we do enable gcc optimizations for the core in native builds, but not for the sim so that is probably why the app builds don't
15:07:41n1sthe codec makefiles override the core setting and don't account for sim builds, only cpu type
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15:08:18n1susually with a special case for either arm or coldfire and a default case for the other
15:08:40n1sso sim will always take the default case
15:08:54n1sand apps unless they define the cpu thing in the make system
15:16:37kugelcan I block other threads (globally, without a mutex)?
15:17:27kugelconcurrently modifying the signal mask is a bit fishy
15:20:59thomasjfoxn1s: Should #define CPU_ARM be enough? That's what I already do
15:22:05thomasjfoxkugel: I'm not aware of a global thread block mechanism
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15:29:21n1sthomasjfox: your top makefile needs to set the CPU var iirc
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15:32:05kugelsometimes sigsuspend() doesn't return :(
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15:33:28thomasjfox"If the action is to terminate the process then sigsuspend() will never return. If the action is to execute a signal-catching function, then sigsuspend() will return after the signal-catching function returns"
15:34:00n1sah, i was wrong, sims set the makefile CPU var the same as targets but the app sets it to "hosted"
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15:34:55thomasjfoxn1s: also simcc() in tools/configure filters out "-O"
15:36:54thomasjfoxandroidcc() doesn't ;)
15:41:37[Saint]Hmmm, there's something that annoys me about pictureflow WPS integration but it's beyond my ability to fix it. I dislike how if you launch playback with the database, and then open pictureflow using thw WPS hotkey and select a different track (actually, you don't even need to select a different track) and return to the WPS if you then (or sometime thereafter) stop playback from the WPS it launches pictureflow again. :/
15:42:41jhMikeS[Saint]: once you enter pictureflow, it never goes away, and every press to browse files ends up back in pf :)
15:43:28[Saint]IMO, if playback was started with pictureflow initially then that would be desired behaviour, but if playback is launched from the DB it should return to the DB on stop even if pictureflow has been launched from the WPS afterward in the same play session.
15:44:49[Saint]and yes, the behaviour you describe jhMikeS I have experienced also...it's fucking annoying but far beyond my ability to fix.
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15:45:56LloreanWouldn't the desired behaviour be for stop to take you to either wherever "follow playlist" brings you if that's enabled, and wherever you last returned to the WPS from otherwise (which isn't necessarily where you started playback from). I don't see where you started playback mattering except for the first time you leave the WPS, since then it's where you last entered the WPS from.
15:45:57jhMikeSWhen it comes to that stuff, I put JdGordon on the spot since it's not my area of greatest familiarity either
15:48:06jhMikeSin that case, it's where you entered the WPS from always
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15:49:55kugelthomasjfox: right, but in my case I wait for a single signal, all others are blocked, and I installed a signal handler for that signal
15:50:53[Saint]well, yeah...what I'm saying is that if you launch playback with the DB then if you then stop playback (even if you've used pictureflow WPS integration at some point after launching playback from the DB) it should either return to the database menu or whereever "follow playlist" takes you if it's enabled. And that if you launch playback by starting the pictureflow plugin manually, and then stop playnack in the WPS, it should return you to pictureflow.
15:52:16[Saint]the way it works now with pictureflow integration (especially with follow playlist enabled) is f*%$*ng crazy.
15:52:30LloreanI think that if you start in DB, then go to the WPS, then to pictureflow, add tracks via pictureflow, then go from PF directly to the WPS, it's reasonable to end up in PF when you stop playback.
15:52:38jhMikeS[Saint]: makes sense, I was just saying all those seem to amount to "go back to how you got there last time"
15:52:44LloreanIf you instead go from PF to the DB *then *back to the WPS, then I'd expect to end up in the DB after playback stops
15:53:16kugelthomasjfox: I think sigsuspend isn't reliable in a multi threaded environment
15:54:24LloreanUnless it's like... impossible to go from PF->DB without passing through the WPS if you've launched it from the WPS (which sounds like a different sort of problem)
15:54:32[Saint]Llorean: with your first statement, yes. that is entirely reasonable, except currently, even if you went to the database after adding tracks from pictureflow, and added tracks from the database *then* stopped playback in the WPS it will dump you in pictureflow on stop. :/
15:54:49Llorean[Saint]: Yes, that sounds like a bug.
15:54:55thomasjfoxkugel: http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/programming-9/sigsuspend-problem-429245/
15:55:36Llorean[Saint]: Your description made it sound like you were going DB->WPS->PF->WPS then ending up in PF and being surprised, which doesn't seem unreasonable to me. But if it does what you've just said, that's definitely bad.
15:56:23[Saint]"if pictureflow opens in the current playback session, regardless of where playback was started it assumes you want to go back to the pictureflow when playback stops." is the easiest way I can describe it I think.
15:57:20LloreanI'd say "if picturefulow opens in the current playback session, regardless of where you most recently entered the WPS from it assumes you want to go back to pictureflow when playback stops"
15:57:41[Saint]ah, yes...that is more clear.
15:57:44LloreanI wouldn't talk about where playback started since that ends up a bit confusing.
15:58:21LloreanIf you do DB->WPS->PF->WPS->DB->WPS then hit "select" does it take you to PF or DB? Basically, is it only on stop, or every time you try to exit the WPS?
15:58:55[Saint]It's not too much of an annoyance, just a small thing. I don't use pictureflow much because I have too many albums for it to be practical.
15:59:10[Saint]Llorean: Only on stop through the WPS I believe.
15:59:57LloreanThat seems weird. I'd expect the "user hit select" and "music stopped" logic for where to return you to be exactly identical (except possibly in the case of follow playback, since I'm not sure where I'd expect to be at the end of my playlist)
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16:09:38kugelthomasjfox: I also think my signal is delivered before sigsuspend
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16:30:41kugelhm, seems to work now
16:33:42kugelgrml, SIGALRM seems to work, but SIGUSR1 doesn't
16:38:59kugelright, the same code with SIGALRM always works, but crashes half of the time with SIGUSRx
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16:51:32*Strife89 wonders if there's a quicker way back to the WPS on the Clip+ then [Home] -> Main Menu
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16:53:24*Strife89 did
16:53:38Strife89Double-checked, even
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16:55:53pixelmaaccording to http://download.rockbox.org/daily/manual/rockbox-sansaclipplus/rockbox-buildch4.html#x7-400004.1.1 Home+Select (I can only rely on this info though, don't have a Clip myself)
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16:56:09pixelmaand if I understand correctly what you want
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16:56:40Strife89Ah, that does it.
16:57:10Strife89I figured it'd be somewhere in getting started, since the key combo can be used in a lot of places.
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16:57:39Strife89Thanks.
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16:57:56kugel\o/
16:58:53kugelI assume SDL was using SIGUSRx, pthread_kill works better than plain kill
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17:04:38thomasjfoxkugel: I pushed a change to the maemo-rb repo named "Only disable optimizations for non-app builds". Might be worth upstreaming.
17:04:55kugelI'll have a look
17:05:03thomasjfoxrepo.or.cz's web interface is down so I can't provide a URL
17:05:09TheSevenLadies and Gentlemen...
17:05:18kugelthough I don't know why we don't set it for sim builds
17:05:37thomasjfoxit's better to debug?
17:05:46kugelI'm using git as well. I've cloned your repo long ago :p
17:07:28*TheSeven wonders if he should write a main, as it's not really rockbox code yet :)
17:07:34TheSevenlinuxstb: ping
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17:15:04kugelTheSeven: I think you should
17:15:23TheSevens/main/mail/ (wtf)
17:16:14TheSeventhis beast seems to need big-endian PCM data... is that a problem for our architecture?
17:16:26TheSevenif yes, i can just let the DMA controller do the swapping
17:20:10TheSevenok, the DMA swapping seems to work
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17:24:06TheSevenoh yeah, and no spurious IRQs any more
17:24:22kugelgevaerts: I've integrated my threading (via sigaltstack) into rockbox, that should even work with glibc on the n900
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17:27:07gevaertskugel: nice
17:28:00kugelshould I drop the swapcontext() one?
17:28:46gevaertsNot sure. In the end we don't want seventeen threading options of course...
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17:29:10gevaertsswapcontext is the one that only works on uninteresting CPUs, right?
17:29:31kugelx86 and x86_64? yea
17:30:30kugelthomasjfox: re: your sdl lcd speed up
17:31:12kugelthe sdl wiki says zoom function uses a static buffer and is not thread safe. I suggest protecting the updates with a mutex
17:31:55thomasjfoxis lcd_update called from places at the same time?
17:32:22kugelthe scrolling engine also does updates
17:32:22gevaertskugel: x86 and x86_64 would make that sim-only in the short to medium term I guess. Better drop it I'd say
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17:33:14thomasjfoxI thought about moving the update code to an own thread, so we can slow down updates to once a second if the app is not in input focus
17:33:14kugelah no, should be no problem since we do cooperative threads
17:33:14kugelI assume there'll be no switch_thread() call from within that zoom function
17:33:14thomasjfoxso every lcd_udpate call just sets an "please-update-me" thread
17:33:19thomasjfoxno switch_thread :)
17:33:44thomasjfoxplease-update-me flag of course
17:34:18kugelI believe if you're not in the wps (and there's no scrolling line) lcd updates happen only once a second
17:34:34thomasjfoxalso we could limit the framerate to f.e. 25 FPS. No need for 80FPS lcd updates in the wps...
17:34:52kugelthe wps does 5 fps IIRC
17:35:05gevaertsIt does more for peakmeters
17:35:09kugelupto 25 with scrolling lines or a peakmeter
17:35:26thomasjfoxLast time I counted is was way more than 60...
17:36:53kugelthat would be strange
17:37:04thomasjfoxkugel: Cherry-pick commit 337285899e335e3d2140ba36d01c013302a6ef0f and 05fa91a5af3fd5fd00a24ea36e7e0b7ee3501e06 for the -D__ASSEMBLER__ fix
17:37:29thomasjfoxLet me put it this way: lcd_update() was called that often
17:37:57thomasjfoxI'll put the counter back in there, just a sec
17:38:33kugelgevaerts: I'll drop it, but won't delete my ucontext_thread branch so the code isn't lost
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17:51:10thomasjfoxkugel: wps does ~44 lcd_update() calls per second, most of them are fullscreen ones
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17:55:09[Saint]is there scrolling text?
17:55:17[Saint]or a peak meter?
17:55:35[Saint]if not, that seems quite wrong.
17:56:34thomasjfoxpeak meter
17:56:43[Saint]that will explain it then.
17:57:18[Saint]the peak meter needs the screen to update that frequently...it can even go quite a bit faster I believe.
17:57:31thomasjfoxstill worth limiting :)
17:58:07[Saint]Not really.
17:58:30thomasjfoxIt pushed the n900 CPU to the max
17:58:46thomasjfoxFullscreen updates are very expensive
17:58:55[Saint]animations need to be able to call an apdate at least every .1second I believe.
17:59:12[Saint]well, it is possible to do so.
17:59:20TheSevenbut why should a peak meter do fullscreen updates?
17:59:48thomasjfoxThe SDL lcd_update() routine is quite "clever": lcd_update_rect(0, 0, LCD_WIDTH, LCD_HEIGHT);
17:59:53[Saint]as I don't think viewports can be updated independantly.
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18:00:04[Saint]TheSeven: ^
18:00:20[Saint]I believe that is the case, I may be quite wrong though.
18:00:25TheSevensounds like something that could be improved...
18:01:03[Saint]I think the screen updates as much as it needs to depending on the elements it's displaying.
18:01:46thomasjfoxLots of code just calls lcd_update() and not lcd_update_rect()
18:01:46[Saint]peak meters, scrolling text, and animations using sublines and bitmaps can cause quite a few updates.
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18:09:41kugelthomasjfox: the peakmeter will look at low fps
18:09:47kugel+bad
18:10:00kugelI suggest you port cabbiev2 without peakmeter :)
18:10:52thomasjfoxThat would also make gevaerts happy ;)
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18:11:34TheSevencabbiev2 has a peakmeter?
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18:11:38*TheSeven has never seen one
18:11:42TheSevenjust on some targets?
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18:11:57TeruFSXthe default theme has a peak meter, I think
18:12:06TeruFSXactually I know it does.
18:13:26kugelTheSeven: it doesn't
18:14:00kugelthomasjfox: I pushed new ucontext_thread work, I will probably commit it in this form
18:15:08thomasjfoxkugel: What's the git url? The web interface is still down. Will add a new git remote...
18:15:10kugelyou'd need to adjust simcc() to leave or set thread_support to ASSEMBLER_THREADS in configure
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18:16:10kugelhm, url = git+ssh://repo.or.cz/srv/git/kugel-rb.git is in my .git/config
18:16:25kugeldon't know if you can pull from it without my ssh key :)
18:16:37thomasjfoxforget my request
18:16:44kugelgit://repo.or.cz/kugel-rb.git should work
18:16:48thomasjfoxI just need to change my URL from maemo-rb to kugel-rb :)
18:17:09kugelright, I just found that out too :P
18:18:23thomasjfoxI'll just give the new code a spin
18:20:10[Saint]is anyone able to build me an SVN bootloader for V1 Fuze?
18:20:14[Saint]please.
18:23:49thomasjfoxkugel: Is the "ignoring REUC extension" intentional?
18:24:16kugelwhat's the REUC extention?
18:25:34thomasjfoxI have no idea
18:25:53kugelwhat are you refering to?
18:26:23thomasjfoxI see at the top of "make reconf" after merging the ucontext_thread branch into "maemo-port"
18:27:49thomasjfoxkugel: The new code runs fine so far. Add the ASSEMBLER_THREADS define is next
18:28:03CIA-7New commit by 03kugel (r28913): Redo r28026 so that all .S files get the __ASSEMBLER__ define. ...
18:28:15kugelare you using the asm or sigaltstack threads now?
18:28:28kugelit defaults to sigaltstack without any changes
18:28:35thomasjfoxI guess signalstack
18:28:44thomasjfoxAtleast gdb interrupt a lot at SIGUSR1 :)
18:29:03thomasjfoxLet me try ASSEMBLER_THREADS
18:29:06kugelhm, can that be fixed?
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18:29:39thomasjfoxtell this to gdb: "handle SIGUSR1 nostop"
18:30:20kugeli mean without needing gdb commands
18:30:39gevaertsSure. Don't run it in gdb :)
18:31:08kugelpth also uses SIGUSR1 without gdb acting up
18:32:34CIA-7r28913 build result: All green
18:34:11kugelcontext switchting is now almost equally cheap with or without the asm; in the sigaltstack way a switch is just a set/longjmp and that's no different from what the asm does
18:34:38thomasjfoxkugel: "thread_support" gets initialized to "ASSEMBLER_THREADS" in tools/configure
18:35:11kugelyes, but simcc changes it
18:35:21kugeli mean it defaults to sigaltstack in sdl builds, sorry
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18:39:38kugelthomasjfox: great that you confirmed sigaltstack thread works on the n900 :)
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18:40:38thomasjfoxkugel: ASSEMBLER_THREADS works, too. Good work!
18:41:00thomasjfoxhmm
18:41:14thomasjfoxthe thread_support detection in simcc() is at the end of the file
18:41:57thomasjfoxThis will need another maemo detection section. Or could we do the thread "model" detection earlier?
18:42:21kugelgdb only breaks for unhandled signals, right?
18:42:43kugelperhaps it doesn't see that I unignore SIGUSR1 with sigsuspend()
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18:44:31thomasjfoxgdb breaks for some signals by default
18:45:59kugelit's annoying
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18:50:55thomasjfoxkugel: Ups, I was too fast with the ASSEMBLER_THREADS: I did a "make reconf" and forgot the make call
18:51:02thomasjfoxASSEMBLER_THREAD current hang on startup
18:51:35kugeldid you make other changes?
18:51:40thomasjfoxnope
18:51:44thomasjfoxno to the threading
18:52:00thomasjfoxlet me give you a "backtrace":
18:52:41thomasjfoxthread 1: scroll_thread -> sleep -> switch_thread -> make_context -> set_irq_level(level=1) -> SDL_mutex
18:53:05thomasjfoxthread 2: tick_timer -> sim_enter_irq_handler()
18:53:07thomasjfoxthread 3
18:53:29kugelmake_context() is sigaltstack threads
18:53:33thomasjfoxthread 3: gui_message_loop -> sim_enter_irq_handler
18:54:33thomasjfoxI just harcoded thread_support="ASSEMBLER_THREADS" in simcc
18:54:39thomasjfoxLet me do a clean rebuild
18:54:53kugelis that my plain branch without changes for maemo?
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18:55:22thomasjfoxit's my maemo-port branch + your plain branch
18:55:36thomasjfoxI keep the native arm threads code in a separate branch
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18:55:53thomasjfox(which I just rebase on top of maemo-port)
18:57:33thomasjfoxhmm. Either the merge is messed up or "thread-arm.c" is not in there
18:58:09thomasjfoxThis file exists: target/arm/thread-arm.c
18:58:48thomasjfoxI guess the include path is not correct yet
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19:00:24kugelyou need thread-maemo-arm.c or so
19:00:52kugelgive me a second, I'll push another commit
19:02:47kugeldone
19:03:10kugelI moved thread-android-arm.c, it should be automagically picked up for the maemo port now
19:06:28thomasjfoxthread_arm.c, line 95: warning: implict declaraction of function wait_for_interrupt
19:07:24thomasjfoxBesides that it runs :)
19:07:26kugeladd the prototype to system-sdl.h
19:09:09thomasjfoxAs you said earlier, performance wise there is no noticable difference between the sigaltstack and assembler threads
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19:10:07kugelthe stack sizes are larger with sigaltstack, as some of the stack is used by the OS for delivering the signal so asm is still prefered
19:11:38thomasjfoxok
19:11:45gevaertsWhat sort of size difference is that?
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19:13:19kugel2k
19:13:44gevaertsper stack I assume
19:13:47kugelyep
19:14:10gevaertsSo about 20 to 30k for the entire thing
19:14:39thomasjfoxI gotta go
19:14:40thomasjfoxCu
19:14:49*gevaerts waves
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19:19:22B4gderTheSeven: congrats on the classic progress! nice work!
19:20:04kugelgevaerts: I need to go higher with the stack, I/O needs a lot more on my system
19:20:58kugelbut the OS needs 2k to deliver the signal. the rest is ours
19:21:05gevaertskugel: to be honest, I wonder if for the application on a memory-managed system we shouldn't do the usual thing and just use multi-megabyte stacks
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19:21:27gevaertsAs long as you don't use the space they don't actually get allocated anyway, and we *never* have problems
19:21:35kugelstatic allocations aren't managed are they?
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19:22:04TheSeventhey are, but managing them doesn't help much due to typically scattered access patterns
19:22:07gevaertsI'm pretty sure bss will behave the same
19:22:19TheSevenso if you have a huge static buffer, it won't be allocated until it's used
19:22:28TheSevenbut if it's lots of small crap, that won't work
19:22:31kugelthe sdl app crashed due to static allocations on my mini2440
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19:22:46gevaertsWe'd have to disable the stack filling for usage checking of course
19:23:09TheSevendo we zero bss explicitly on memory-managed systems?
19:23:15TheSevenif yes, that will probably kill the management :)
19:23:25kugelthe bss is always zero'd
19:23:35gevaertsright
19:24:02gevaertsThat does complicate things a bit
19:24:23gevaertsmalloc()ing the stacks is of course easy, but that means extra code and #ifdefs
19:24:54kugelnot a fan :)
19:24:56TheSevendoes malloc also do lazy allocation?
19:25:11gevaertsmalloc() doesn't care
19:25:36TheSeveni.e. malloc is just an address space thing, that doesn't care about the mapping?
19:26:53gevaertsAs far as I understand, it will either use brk() to increase the heap, which I think is a pure address space thing, or mmap some more address space, which also is pure address space. Of course malloc metadata is real
19:28:07gevaerts(on linux)
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20:44:22n1shmm, i wonder how we could manage a toolchain switch in the buildsystem
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20:45:38n1scould the buildmaster check the version of the compiler and only hand out builds to clients with the correct version?
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20:50:44kugeln1s: that should be no problem
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21:05:55leBMDHowdy, guys
21:07:04leBMDSo, I'm pretty sure that convincing my mom to play freedoom on her Sansa Clip was the best idea I've ever had.
21:07:35n1sglad to hear it
21:08:14leBMDafter a while of staring at the blue and orange static, you seem to enter a zen-like state in which you can actually tell some of what's going on.
21:10:14[Saint]It's torture, pure torture.
21:10:38[Saint]I guess it's kinda cool if you've not seen it running on a colour target with a decent screen.
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21:11:10n1sor even a geyscale target
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21:11:47leBMDI've got a Fuze, so the comparison is hilarious.
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21:20:36bertrikwe have doom on the clip just to show that it can, not to actually play it (private opinion, may not reflect other rockbox developers')
21:21:09[Saint]bertrik: Yes, I've always seen it as more of a novelt than anything else.
21:21:46leBMDor an amazing zen experience. That's what I use it for.
21:22:03leBMDOh, btw, pictureflow actually doesn't look half bad!
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22:25:17soapI'll test this evening.
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22:28:02kugelthomasjfox: you remvoed the SDL_LockSurface calls. was there a reason for this?
22:28:25thomasjfoxno need for them if we don't manipulate surface->pixels
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22:29:03kugelwould it be faster if we did?
22:29:36thomasjfoxThen you would have to implement the "zooming" done SDL_FillRectangle manually
22:29:42thomasjfoxdone by
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22:59:44thomasjfoxkugel: checkwps doesn't build for the SDL/maemo target
22:59:50thomasjfoxIt's missing the system-sdl.h
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23:04:29kugelit's nasty that checkwps needs sdl bits at all
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23:05:18thomasjfoxSeems related to PLATFORM_SDL defines
23:05:47kugelIIRC it mainly needs uisimulator/common/io.c
23:07:15thomasjfoxThis one sucks in thread-sdl.h & co
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23:08:19*thomasjfox is pleased to see the cabbie 320x480 theme hacked into 800x480 on his N900
23:08:39CIA-7New commit by 03kugel (r28914): Vastly increase speed of SDL screen updates for RGB565. ...
23:09:43kugelthomasjfox: I guess it kind of works?
23:10:39CIA-7r28914 build result: All green
23:10:41thomasjfoxI had to adjust the image size in gimp and fill the backdrop with a gradient
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23:12:26thomasjfoxkugel: Good you fixed unused parameter warnings. I didn't want to send another patch update for this minor thing.
23:13:02kugelno problem
23:13:08*thomasjfox wonders how the build the new ThemeEditor
23:13:43thomasjfoxcd utils/themeeditor ; qmake results in lots of error messages
23:14:54kugelthomasjfox: I'm excited to see your work live tomorrow :)
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23:15:23gevaertsthomasjfox: builds fine here
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23:15:48kugeli just need to be nice to gevaerts :p
23:15:56thomasjfoxgevaerts: Which qt version do yo run? x86 or x86_64?
23:16:20gevaertsthomasjfox: x86_64 on debian unstable
23:16:38gevaertsqt 4.6.3 apparently
23:17:19thomasjfoxI'm also on 4.6.3 / x86_64
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23:17:53gevaertsWhat does qmake −−version say?
23:19:17thomasjfoxOk, I have to run qmake-qt4
23:19:26thomasjfoxqmake defaults to qt 3.x
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23:21:56FlynDicebertrik: re: SD CMD7 response when deselecting card. See page 49 of SD Spec section 4.7.4. I think this means you only get an R1b response from the card if you are selecting it and no response if deselecting.
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23:25:03bertrikthanks
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23:38:13thomasjfoxgevaerts: Do you also own a Nokia N8xx device?
23:38:24gevaertsno
23:38:37kugelthomasjfox: maybe I'm bored tomorrow and can have a look at cabbie. no promise though
23:38:41gevaertsI've seen one :)
23:38:50thomasjfox:)
23:39:05thomasjfoxkugel: That would be nice!
23:39:30thomasjfoxWould be nice to get a CPU usage for that
23:40:02kugelthomasjfox: it's questionable if it even runs, considering the old gcc which has no eabi
23:40:54gevaertsIs eabi really relevant?
23:40:54thomasjfoxkugel: It builds just fine. Let me try what happens when I just copy the binard to the n900
23:42:02the_KyleOops. I think I found a bug in the Speex codec. I'm not sure if it's long files or another problem.
23:42:28kugelgevaerts: I don't know for sure
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23:43:18the_KyleResuming playback after a shutdown causes a false start for about 2 seconds followed by a second start in the right place.
23:43:43*thomasjfox runs the n8xx binary on his n900
23:44:05the_KyleThe files are CD's of an audio book ripped to Speex.
23:45:59thomasjfoxok, the n8xx binary justs works. Including battery readout.
23:46:30thomasjfoxAudio output sounds like an Aphex Twin track though...
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23:47:04Buschelsoap: I have added 5 test patches to FS #11830. v02 has already been tested by you. this way you can easily refer to a version and the results
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23:51:59TheSevenlinuxstb: ping
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