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#rockbox log for 2011-01-11

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00:43:18enthdegreeHello, all. I am having difficult time unbricking my c200
00:44:09gevaertsWhat sort of problems are you having?
00:44:45enthdegreeI stopped using it for a while and now when I turn it on it has a dark screen with the blue lights on
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00:45:45*gevaerts nods
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00:46:11enthdegreeapparently it's in 'manufacturing mode' because it has a bad flash
00:46:57gevaertsDid you have a look at http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/SansaE200Unbrick ?
00:47:39enthdegreeyes, I have preformed that
00:48:20enthdegreewait, let me try again
00:49:34enthdegreeafter running the bootloader it says "Loading main image failed" "Switching to recovery mode" then something else, the screen switches too fast for me to see
00:49:53enthdegreethen 'lun0 unlocked' 'lun0 locked' 'lun0unlocked' etc etc.
00:50:03gevaertsRight. You're in recovery mode then
00:50:32gevaertsSo at that point, switch to the instructions for recovery mode
00:51:41gevaertsi.e. copy pribootLoader.rom and firmware.mi4 to the recovery filesystem, unmount and unplug
00:53:31enthdegreeIt says "Upgrade finished Resetting system"
00:54:01enthdegreeI've done this before, though maybe I didn't wait long enough since I see the instructions say it takes a long time
00:54:22gevaertsIt shouldn't take too long
00:55:42gevaertsWhat's it doing now?
00:56:10enthdegreeIt just has the blue lights on as in recovery mode
00:56:30gevaertsok, so that didn't work. Have a look at http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/SansaC200Erase
00:57:05enthdegreeaha! I will do that
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01:01:26gevaertsThat will take a while. When it's done, it will again appear to be in the same state (blue light only), *but* the internal flash should be in a state such that the "normal" manufacturer mode + recovery mode (the bits you've tried before) actually work
01:06:01enthdegreeokay thanks
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01:07:55sideralSaint: I haven't had any fs corruptions since applying gevaerts' hotfix (yet). You?
01:10:15gevaertsThat sounds good
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01:11:56sideralgevaerts: I think your patch should be good as a stop-gap measure until we come up with a more complete solution
01:12:15gevaertssideral: what's incomplete about it?
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01:12:51sideraldoesn't flush/close file descriptors before killing them
01:14:41gevaertsIt does close them.
01:15:41gevaertsBut yes, flushing may be a good idea (although I'm not 100% sure it's needed)
01:15:57gevaertsI wouldn't consider this a stop-gap measure though
01:16:37sideralit releases the FDs hard
01:16:52gevaertsIs that a problem?
01:17:00sideralthe code in release_files is quite different from the one in close
01:17:22sideralclose calls fsync if the FD is dirty
01:17:57sideraland updates the dircache −− which may not be needed in this case
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01:18:05gevaertsAny thread that has open files is supposed to close them when it gets the USB_CONNECTED message. If a file descriptor is still open after that point, we already have a serious bug
01:18:22sideralyes, that's what I just was going to say
01:18:31gevaertsIn my view, what we're concerned with is making sure the *filesystem* is clean
01:18:35sideralin this particular case (USB inser), we may be fine
01:18:50sideral^insert
01:18:51gevaertsNo other cases ever even call unmount
01:19:06sideralyeah −− currently ;)
01:20:35sideralit would be a defensive measure to close the FDs. It's fine to not do this now, but perhaps a warning in the code would be warranted
01:21:34*gevaerts doesn't see the problem
01:22:45gevaertsI could actually imagine (arguably buggy) code where things go wrong if you fsync on unmount
01:22:51sideralto illustrate, see what happened with the call to disk_unmount −− the code wasn't robust enough to be called from disk_unmount_all, and the problem wasn't documented in the code
01:23:41sideralBut anyway, I won't insist too much. It's your code ;)
01:23:54gevaertsWell, disk.c isn't *my* code...
01:24:51gevaertsThe way I see it is just that if you don't close() or fsync() your file descriptor, the data may or may not be on disk. That's not just the case in rockbox
01:26:24gevaertsSo you end up with a file descriptor that should have been closed already. What indication do you have that flushing the remaining data to disk is better than leaving it at it previous state? The data in the buffer was put ther by known-buggy code
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01:27:07sideralRight. I can see the argument that disk_unmount_all should be concerned with unmounting cleanly, not with pampering buggy code. I'm fine with you making the call.
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01:29:29gevaertsIf [Saint] reports improvements, I'll commit this tomorrow (possibly with a comment explaining my reasoning why no more is needed)
01:29:54[Saint]this is the patch from earlier?
01:29:59gevaertsyes
01:30:21[Saint]Right, I can give it a decent ammount of testing over the next 24 hours.
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01:31:45Antibuddhai formatted my 240gb hard drive to fat32 and it only has 60gb of space now, why?
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01:35:51Antibuddhaanyone know what could be wrong if my 240gb hard drive only shows as 60gb capacity?
01:36:17sideralSaint: Excellent. −− I'm off, talk to you guys tomorrow.
01:36:30[Saint]o/
01:37:01gevaertsAntibuddha: my bet would be that you used a broken formatting tool
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01:55:13Antibuddhagevaerts: yah, what formatting tool would you recommend?
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02:21:35CIA-7New commit by 03jethead71 (r29028): SA9200: Add YUV blitting, do full-screen updates more efficiently and properly clip partial updates. Plugin struct becomes incompatible for this ...
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02:35:57enthdegreethere should be a white/brown/pink/grey/blue noise generator
02:37:02krazykitenthdegree, feel free to code one up :)
02:37:24enthdegreeokay I just might (c:
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02:45:22enthdegreeWhat on earth! I just reformated my C250 using the unbrick guide and the erasing guide and it worked
02:45:30enthdegreefor 15 minutes
02:46:24enthdegreenow I am back to where I started
02:46:29enthdegreemaybe I need a new device
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02:49:06Antibuddhaok i think i bricked my iriver h120
02:49:15Antibuddhaanyone want to fix it for some pay?
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02:56:16Antibuddhai had a 240gb hard drive in an ipod, ipod rockbox installed, and then i moved it to my iriver h120. i think that bricked it
02:57:06Antibuddhai heard maybe t here's a way to fix it with specialized tools?
02:58:24Antibuddhabrb
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02:59:23enthdegreehahaha how good is mpegplayer on the Clip+?
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03:05:25Antibuddhahi
03:05:33Antibuddhai swapped back to 80gb hard drive for my h120 and it worked!
03:05:48Antibuddhabut i want to know how to get 240 gb hard drive to work. it says ata error -32 connect usb cable
03:07:22Antibuddhado i need a modified bootloader?
03:07:28jhMikeSprobably couldn't check the ATA registers if I read that correct. other than than that, I know nothing
03:09:43jhMikeSit could be that it needs the large sector support
03:10:18Antibuddhado i download a special build?
03:10:32Antibuddhathe mk2431gah drive uses more than 512 sector size
03:10:58jhMikeSthen it needs to be made that way
03:12:17Antibuddhahow do i do it?
03:12:20Antibuddhai am very noob
03:14:07jhMikeSdefine MAX_PHYS_SECTOR_SIZE in config.h and make a custom build (i can't promise it'll work though or not result in a bad bootloader, do at your own risk).
03:15:19Antibuddhaso this isnt already implemented in current rockbox?
03:15:22Antibuddhai thought i read it was
03:16:33Antibuddhais there a place where i can download custom builds?
03:16:34jhMikeSI don't even know if the USB bridge can do it
03:18:39Antibuddhai heard people talking about custom build being used for mk2431gah with iriver h140
03:18:51Antibuddhabut i cant find it on the rockbox site
03:19:02jhMikeSwe don't support those
03:19:31jhMikeSof course, someone could put instructions in the wiki
03:19:33Antibuddhai see
03:19:55Antibuddhais there somewhere i could read about what the current build supports?
03:20:09Antibuddhai want to read if it supports larger than 512 sector size for h120/h140
03:21:23jhMikeSas I read the source, it won't work as is unless the drive can present itself as such
03:22:08Antibuddhawhat do you recommend i do?
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03:23:11jhMikeStry to find the patches that make it work, maybe not on the rockbox site. possibly ask again later and someone else might be able to tell you more
03:23:30Antibuddhaok
03:25:39Antibuddhais there a site with test builds?
03:29:26jhMikeSgoogling brings up some hits
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03:30:48Antibuddhacan you lnk to me please? i cant find them
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03:31:55jhMikeShere's a guide for x5 I found on the forums: http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php?topic=24257.0
03:33:13Antibuddhaso just do #define HAVE_LBA48 ?
03:36:10Antibuddhaok i read user nlak say he only had to do #define HAVE_LBA48
03:36:38jhMikeSno idea, really, just search 'mk2431gah rockbox iRiver' or something. I do see talk about it on some sites. :)
03:37:06Antibuddhado you know how to recompile?
03:37:24Antibuddhanlak said all he had to do with add #define HAVE_LBA48
03:37:28Antibuddhabut i dont know anything about recompiling
03:38:57jhMikeShttp://forums.rockbox.org/index.php?action=printpage;topic=21020.0
03:39:53Antibuddhayep, he said he just had to add #define HAVE_LBA48
03:39:59Antibuddhahow do i recompile?
03:41:11jhMikeSthat on the site
03:42:10Antibuddhahttp://forums.rockbox.org/index.php?action=printpage;topic=22846.0
03:42:19Antibuddhathis place says 3.6+ rockbox already fixed the larger drive issue
03:42:25Antibuddhabut it doesnt work for me
03:42:35jhMikeShttp://www.rockbox.org/wiki/SimpleGuideToCompiling
03:43:29jhMikeSyou upgraded the bootloader to 3.6?
03:45:56jhMikeSnot sure that'll help you
03:47:08jhMikeSI guess HAVE_LBA48 is defined by default now
03:47:12Antibuddhaaccording to what i linked a few people said 3.6 has large support
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03:52:59jhMikeSAccording to the headers, H120 defines HAVE_LBA48 already. Did you upgraded the bootloader?
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03:55:01Antibuddhai uninstalled and reinstalled rockbox
03:55:30Antibuddhai used rockbox utility v1.2.8
03:58:25Antibuddhamaybe version 3.7 doesnt have it anymore?
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04:00:21jhMikeSno, it's there still in config-H120.h
04:01:13Antibuddhacould it be because i am using vista?
04:02:17Antibuddhai am using swissknife to format to 223gb, but swissknife is not supposed to work on vista
04:02:22Antibuddhamaybe that is the cause of the prob?
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04:15:53Antibuddhaok i give up
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04:20:31Antibuddhai didnt do set partition to active before, now im trying it
04:24:38Antibuddhai did set active partition but still no go
04:24:45Antibuddhamaybe my format program is bad
04:26:23jhMikeSWish I could help more. Like I said, someone on at another time may know more about what to do.
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04:30:54Antibuddhahuh, i formatted the hard drive to ntfs and rockbox utility is installing lol
04:32:24krazykitAntibuddha, yeah that isn't going to work.
04:32:35Antibuddhafat32 is the right format right?
04:32:44krazykityes
04:32:58Antibuddhacan i damage my h120 by running ntfs?
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05:02:01Antibuddhamy 80gb mk8025gal works fine in my h120, but not my 240gb
05:02:35Antibuddhai have reformatted and reinstalled rockbox like 15 times -_-
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10:17:06JdGordon|wodz: hi
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10:18:31wodzJdGordon|: Is there a simple way to one setting affect two vars from global_settings?
10:19:23JdGordon|we did this already didnt we?
10:19:29JdGordon|no, there isnt
10:19:34JdGordon|well, it depends what you want
10:20:06wodzok so I have to use MENUITEM_FUNCTION() instead of MENUITEM_SETTING() ?
10:20:32JdGordon|yes
10:20:51wodzI was afraid of this :/
10:21:42wodzand btw. Reading the code we produced after some time I come to conclusion that we overcomplicated the logic. So I want to refine this a bit
10:22:12JdGordon|that doesnt surprise me
10:22:25[Saint]JdGordon|: I've been trying to find a way to parse the menus to remove items with only one possible setting, but, I'm getting way past myself. Do you think this would be possible?
10:22:34[Saint](I don't see the need for such menu items)
10:23:52JdGordon|it would be possible, but VERY complicated
10:24:08[Saint]yeah, that's what I've discovered.
10:24:22[Saint]In theory.
10:24:33[Saint]damn, ignore that last post.
10:26:05JdGordon|I tihnk there is a good chance things will break if you do that also
10:26:10JdGordon|maybe
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10:28:05[Saint]It just bugs me the way it works out that some targets get menus you can dig down into, and then only find one possible option.
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10:29:04JdGordon|so rework the menu layout so that doesnt happen
10:29:05[Saint]Seems a little, irrelevant. I thought it might be easier than it indeed is...but, no...shit no.
10:29:17JdGordon|doesnt "playlisting" or something have only one option on all targets?
10:29:51[Saint]JdGordon|: Yeah, but I'd need to do that per target (which I have already done in my tree), I think it would be nice if it just did it for all targets automagically somehow.
10:31:49JdGordon|the amount of effort to do that automagically would be about the same as ocming up with a workable reordering that could be acceptable
10:32:00JdGordon|* I know such a thing is almost impossible
10:32:56[Saint]Yeah...but I'm thinking that would get difficult because people would forget to re-enable stuff if another option gets added at a later date.
10:33:27[Saint]and, I can't re-order it for all targets...there's no one config that would "just work".
10:33:48[Saint]it would need to be some form of magic, or duplicating the menu structure for each target :/
10:34:37[Saint]And the latter is more out of the question than the former.
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10:36:38JdGordon|[Saint]: you missed what I was trying to say.... come up with a better layout so that just wouldnt happen
10:37:56[Saint]I don't think there is just one layout that would work for all targets, as I'm assuming that there are submenus with only one item on some targets that have multiple on others.
10:38:43[Saint]that's why there needs to be some form of check, but I've no idea how to do that.
10:39:06gevaertsZagor: could you push a new rbclient.pl version? I think the revision still has to be incremented
10:39:58gevaertsWhen that's done everything should be in place for the coldfire gcc upgrade
10:41:14Zagorgevaerts: can it wait until tonight? I'm having a rather busy day.
10:41:17gevaertssure
10:41:49gevaertsThere's no hurry
10:42:01Zagorok, good
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10:43:42wodzJdGordon|: are you going to refine recscreen to accept skins?
10:43:56*[Saint] hopes so.
10:44:51[Saint]...and the USB screen? ;)
10:45:56wodzJdGordon|, [Saint]: would you review http://www.pastie.org/1404745 ? If it's ok I'll commit this
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10:46:58wodzthe result is something like this http://img585.imageshack.us/img585/9228/cabbiev2fm.png
10:47:52JdGordon|wodz: unlikely, I'm bassically doing no rockbox coding anymore (various reasons), but also I dont care at all about the rec screen and I know others DO (alot) and will give me grief
10:48:02[Saint]using blah_blah viewport lables is a bit out of keeping with SVN, but...otherwise code looks fine.
10:48:08JdGordon|mostly I dont have any motivation thoguh
10:48:09[Saint]wodz: ^
10:48:39JdGordon|[Saint]: and thats why you dont have svn access :D viewport labels are GOOD!
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10:48:56JdGordon|one letter labels are an abomination unto the lord!
10:51:03[Saint]does the playlistview show presets in the .fms!?!
10:51:04wodzIts a shame. I see no other person familiar with highlevel gui code which do active coding this days
10:51:57wodz[Saint]: yes it is, this was the (only?) way to display current and next preset
10:52:05[Saint]wodz: Apart from the viewport lables, I'd be happy with that being committed
10:52:27wodzwhat's wrong with meaningful labels?
10:52:35[Saint]the VP lables are a matter of opinion...but, it would be a lot more in keeping with current SVN to use one letter labels
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10:52:48JdGordon|that was BY DESIGN the only way to get next/prev presets displayed.. adding tags like %I/i is a bad idea
10:52:55JdGordon|incase anyone ever tries to add that
10:52:56[Saint]I think the comments above the VP remove the need for a label
10:53:03*JdGordon| will hunt them down with an axe
10:54:00[Saint]JdGordon|: I wasn't saying it was bad...I just don't think it's that well doccumented
10:54:21[Saint]I had no idea playlistviewer was relevent to the .fms at all
10:54:28JdGordon|I know :)
10:54:43[Saint]you *like* that it isn't doccumented?
10:54:56[Saint]Oh...right, I getcha
10:54:59wodzHonestly I *hate* meaningless names. One letter labels,var names and so forth were good in dark ages when memory was at premium.
10:55:35[Saint]wodz: Yeah...I see the point, I just think it should match the other cabbies
10:55:42Bagderwell, even in the C64 assembly code we could actually use labels =)
10:55:56[Saint]so, either the others get blah_blah VP lables, or this gets one letter labels
10:55:58BagderI assume you then mean before the 80s? B)
10:56:01[Saint]I'm cool either way.
10:56:52wodz[Saint]: no problem - I'll put this on FS then and wait until you switch all cabbies to blah_blah labels :-)
10:57:05n1sit shouldn't be a commit blocker that they are inconsistent in lable names, i think
10:57:17[Saint]I've no problems with you committing it in this state.
10:57:28[Saint]I can fix the others to match at a later stage.
10:57:53JdGordon|BTW, I *think* you can use spaces in label names
10:57:58JdGordon|and image names also
10:58:03[Saint]I was just saying either way, that they should match...I'm sorry if it seemed like I was saying it shouldn't go in.
10:58:31[Saint]I have a preference for labels myself, but, it's not my code ;)
10:58:43JdGordon|bugger you wodz! I'm svn-up-ing so i can see about makeing the peak meter skinnable...
10:59:12[Saint]JdGordon|: bmp peak meters?
10:59:31[Saint]you're *supposed* to be doing .bmp scrollbars!
10:59:32[Saint]:P
10:59:34JdGordon|my plan is a bunch of different tags so it can be done properly
10:59:57JdGordon|well really it just needs 2 values, left and right height
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11:00:03[Saint](jk, btw...you don't *have* to do jack, you know that)
11:00:14JdGordon|.bmp scrollbars isnt trivial
11:00:23wodzJdGordon|: If you do so PLEASE, PLEASE be so kind and document this work
11:00:40JdGordon|which tags did i forget last time? :D
11:01:03*JdGordon| did try to get xml docs going for the skin stuff and got shouted down
11:01:24*JdGordon| chooses to ignore the technical problems with that idea and blame others for it not happening
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11:08:48JdGordon|[Saint]: what is actually needed to make the peak bars usable for skins?
11:08:58JdGordon|it should just be the peak value for each channel right?
11:09:38JdGordon|I think I only need to add 2 tags which would bar/conditional style (like volume) so themers can go nuts
11:10:07JdGordon|(*maybe* it might need an optional param for the fall off, although i dont think thats really necessary?)
11:10:19JdGordon|^ anyone else also
11:12:09JdGordon|max/falloff could be done with the slide part actually, maybe
11:12:19*JdGordon| enjoys talking to himself :p
11:14:18wodzgo ahead, I heard it helps sometimes :-)
11:15:35JdGordon|petur: do you know anything about the peakmeter code? I see recording histogram code in there....
11:19:23JdGordon|amiconn: Idont suppose ou know the pm code? its very old codebase I tihnk
11:20:49wodzJdGordon|: how to get translated string knowing its id?
11:21:05JdGordon|str(ID) iirc
11:21:09wodzthx
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11:22:32peturJdGordon|: the peakmeter code now basically draws a black rectangle...
11:22:50peturthe histogram has a separate drawing routine
11:23:03peturI actually am working on cleaning that up a bit
11:23:14JdGordon|I was goign to ask about the values more than the drawing...
11:23:25peturI also wanted to make the peakmeters go vertical too ;)
11:23:53JdGordon|pm_cur_right/left.... how do i use that? is it 0->some max val?
11:24:28peturI'd have to peek in the code for that, and I'm at work right now (and busy)
11:24:57peturjust a sec
11:25:06JdGordon|k, looks like peak_meter_scale_value() is exactly wat I need anyway?
11:25:24peturyes, for the dB/linear scale thing
11:26:35*JdGordon| grumbles about not doing the change to 3 letter skin tags
11:26:53JdGordon|%pl/pr would have been nice to use but %pr is used already
11:27:02JdGordon|%pL/R instead?
11:28:32peturJdGordon|: peak_meter_draw() does the actual drawing, look for /* draw the peak meter */
11:29:52peturIf you are going to make the peakmeters skinnable, at least make sure we support vertical orientation as well
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11:30:26[Saint]JdGordon|: Just use no fall-off (I assume by fall-off you mean decay speed?)
11:30:34[Saint]If so, just use no decay.
11:31:04peturit is called 'release' in there
11:31:42petursee /* apply release */
11:32:04peturand then there is also the clipping indicator
11:32:31JdGordon|petur: I'm not planni on touching the existing drawing code, just make it available to the skin engine so themers can do what they want
11:32:45petureh?
11:33:01JdGordon|which mostly means allowing themers to make it look like the volume bar
11:33:32peturI would assume for skinning you need to replace the fillrectt() with a bitmap blit?
11:33:37petur-t
11:34:28JdGordon|no new drawing code needs to be added... it would be used exactly like the volume bar in skins, so I just need to get a min/current/max value working
11:34:52peturmaybe it also needs an alternative background, so you can have leds that are on and off :)
11:35:25peturI'll see what you come up with and swear afterwards then ;)
11:35:59JdGordon|I dont doubt that :)
11:36:29peturI'm planning to make the histogram available in playback as well, code almost ready. Just no wps tag yet
11:37:12JdGordon|now that could be interesting
11:38:39peturbut now, I really have to fix some stuff here at work...
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11:52:41JdGordon|[Saint]: re falloff, I meant the bit on the end that sort of hovers for some time... the time is configureable but i was asking how to make that avilable to themres also
11:54:12[Saint]oh, right...I'm not sure that's a big deal is it?
11:54:53[Saint]I mean...if you can do it, great...but don't stress it.
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12:09:10peturI would think this would be very theme dependent: if you created a peakmeter that looked like a strip of LEDs, you'd want the fall-off to be the size of 1 LED, not the exact position of the peak... Same goes for the actual LED display... hmmm
12:11:42JdGordon|might need 4 extra tags then, each channel needs current, MAX and clipping?
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12:17:27JdGordon|well that was easy :p
12:18:14JdGordon|do we need the clipping and max tags?
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12:29:32JdGordon|bah, I'd really like to commit this now while I have motivation but untill I know what to do for those extra tags it isnt a good idea
12:29:38JdGordon|to the tracker then :/
12:35:05JdGordon|FS #11867
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12:59:36wodz|workn1s, battery_bench with new gcc gives ~12:30. This is rather poor as I used to get ~17h. I'll retest tonight.
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13:00:06n1swodz|work: hmm, which codec?
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13:00:43n1swell, mp3 should be faster so if that result is accurate something else must be screwed up
13:01:36n1si don't know what could cause that though :(
13:02:35wodz|workLets wait untill new bench ends
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13:20:45amiconnJdGordon|: I fixed it once (ages ago)
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13:41:48JdGordon|amiconn: yeah never mind, figured it out
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14:01:07solexxDoes RbUtility work on an Iriver H120 with CF mod?
14:01:20solexx(It cannot boot from disk anymore.)
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14:19:53ruckushey peoples. has anyone seen Buschel today?
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14:37:42n1ssolexx: rbutil should not care if it has a mechanical hd or a cf card
14:38:27[Saint]the H120 doesn't expect any magic to be on the disk if it's replaced, does it?
14:38:34n1sno
14:38:44[Saint]I used to have one, but I don't think I ever replaced the disk.
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14:41:38AlexPThe OF won't boot with CF though I don't think
14:41:49AlexPSo you can't do the firmware upgrade / bootloader install
14:42:00n1sah, that could be a problem
14:42:01AlexPOr rather, it'll boot but won't recognise it
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14:42:08AlexPWith the same end effect
14:42:21n1snothing to do with rbutil though :)
14:42:25AlexPnope :)
14:44:18[Saint]so you'd have to set the disk up with the bootloader/etc. before installing it, and patch out dual-boot.
14:44:35[Saint]in theory, you could get it to work, but it'd be a PITA.
14:45:08n1syou don't need to touch the dualboot, just install the unofficial bootloader using the hd before a cf mod
14:45:23n1swhich is a problem if the hd is dead
14:45:23[Saint]Could you not set everything up on the disk, and then dd a copy of it to the CF?
14:45:37n1ssure but that wouldn't help
14:45:46gevaerts[Saint]: the bootloader is flashed
14:48:14[Saint]it would "just work" if you set everything up on the HDD, then copied an exact image of the HDD to the CF though no? Or am I missing something?
14:48:27n1s<gevaerts> [Saint]: the bootloader is flashed
14:48:42n1sas in living in a flash chip
14:48:44Torneyou need the flash toc ontain something that's happy to mount a CF card first :)
14:50:30n1shmm, that reminded me i didn't testbuild bootloaders with the new toolchain and of course i got a warning on the first one i did
14:50:42n1sld: warning: section `.bss' type changed to PROGBITS
14:50:54n1sno idea what that means
14:51:51Torneit means it ended up with code in it
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14:52:13solexxActually, I just wanted to upgrade an existing installation on my H120 and I was a bit confused. rbutils works, I just have to iriver_flash the ROM/RAM images.
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14:53:38Tornewell, i say code, i mean "some kind of contents"
14:53:48Tornerather than being empty of actual data as is traditional for bss
14:53:59n1shmm
14:54:26Torneso you've managed to get an actual stored value into .bss somehow
14:54:31solexxActually^2, I am trying to fix serious playback issues with current SVN by using 3.7.1 instead. Doesn't help.
14:55:05n1sTorne: i didn't touch the code so either it was already the case or the new toolchain messed up
14:55:17Tornetoolchain has probably done something wrong
14:55:18Tornewhat arch?
14:55:23n1scoldfire
14:55:33n1si tested the h300bootloader
14:55:38n1stest built
14:55:39Tornecoldfire is mips, right?
14:55:49n1sm68k
14:55:54Torneoh right
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14:56:03Tornehttp://cygwin.ru/ml/binutils/2010-04/msg00400.html <- something like that maybe
14:56:43ruckusZagor: thanks for the info, i didn't noticed you replied
14:56:49pixelmasolexx: what kind of playback issues?
14:56:52PurlingNayukiHi everyone.
14:57:20n1sit happens for x5 bootloader too so i assuem it's a coldfire wide thing
14:57:33pixelman1s: isn't the H300 bootloader broken anyway? (too large or something)?
14:57:41Tornei would suspect htat one of our nonstandard sections isn't flagged right in the ld script or something
14:57:51Tornetext/data/bss/etc all have default flags, but things like ibss don't because we made them up
14:58:00gevaertspixelma: yes, but that's no reason to make it worse :)
14:58:02n1spixelma: yes, it didn't work last time someone tried with was something like 15k revs ago
14:58:38solexxpixelma: 3.7.1 doesn't play some files at all (m4a, stuck at 0:00). Current SVN got stuck at the end of each track (only tried w/ Ogg Vorbis files)
14:59:06pixelmajust making sure n1s doesn't just try one, once he got it working
14:59:22n1spixelma: no risk, but thanks :)
14:59:47n1sit would be cool if someone could try on a recoverable target though
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15:00:23solexxpixelma: sorry, cannot be more specific currently. Have to get back to work.
15:01:03solexxIf the issues persist, I will come back here.
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15:22:10[Saint]Anyone want to do a quick check to see if test_codes is successfully writing test_codec<XX>.log?
15:22:12[Saint]Please.
15:22:40[Saint]It is creating the file for me, but the file is completely blank.
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15:26:40PurlingNayukiHi everyone.
15:27:01PurlingNayukiI want to know if there is a file named sprintf.h in Rockbox.
15:27:16[Saint]use grep
15:27:43PurlingNayukiTried.
15:29:36PurlingNayukiJust got one libc/sprintf.c
15:30:14[Saint]well, that answers your question doesn't it?
15:31:30Bagderare you asking where the prototype for snprintf() is?
15:31:38PurlingNayukiBut when I tried to compile FS #10639 I got errors of this file.
15:32:02Bagderoutdated patch then probably
15:32:31PurlingNayukiI think so.
15:33:08PurlingNayukiThen which file I should include to use snprintf() ?
15:33:31[Saint]that patch is from 2009
15:33:40PurlingNayukiYes.
15:33:41[Saint]it likely needs to be completely re-written
15:33:53PurlingNayukiMaybe.
15:34:02PurlingNayukiBut I'd like to try it anyway.
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15:34:48[Saint]touchscreen got a lot of work due to the Android port, and it wil have changed a fair amount since 2009 even without the Android port I imagine.
15:34:51Bagderstdio.h has the prototype now
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15:36:03[Saint]change #include "sprintf.h" to #include "stdio.h", and it will either work, or you'll get another error.
15:36:10[Saint](IIUC)
15:36:19PurlingNayukiThanks.
15:36:28PurlingNayukiI don't use the lateset code.
15:36:34PurlingNayukiI use r-27522.
15:36:52[Saint]any particular reason you use such an outdated tree?
15:36:53PurlingNayukiAnd use git to control version.
15:37:15PurlingNayukiI only use Onda VX747
15:38:09PurlingNayukiMy friends and I just want to run a stable version Rockbox on it.
15:41:11n1s[Saint]: make sure you quit the test_codec plugin before plugging usb in or it will fail to write it
15:44:05[Saint]n1s: Oh....*derp*, is *that* what you need to do to get it to write.
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15:44:22[Saint]why does it need USB to be plugged?
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15:45:04n1sit doesn't but if you plug usb while the plugin is running it will fail to write the log, i've done that myself some times
15:45:17n1sas i usually plug usb to read the log
15:45:39[Saint]Oh, well in that case something is busted. :/
15:46:03[Saint]The file is *created*, but it's 0bytes
15:46:23n1syes, that what happens whan you do what i said
15:46:47[Saint]but, I tried viewing it on the device, I haven't plugged USB since running it.
15:46:49Torneare you plugging usb too soon after quitting and hitting the unmount bug we were discussing yesterday? :)
15:46:58[Saint]I haven't plugged USB at all.
15:47:18[Saint]Trying to read it on device.
15:48:15n1sah
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16:01:24n1sah, yes, marking the .bss section NOLOAD fixes the warning
16:02:32n1sIIRC the m5 and x5 (and probably m3) can recover from a bad bootloader easily, if that is true could someone with one of those give this a quick test?
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16:08:51PurlingNayukiIs there anything tell how rockbox's source code are copied from every dirtory and compiled?
16:10:06Torneprobably "reading the makefiles"
16:10:11Tornestart at tools/root.make ;)
16:10:16notlisteningHi slightly off topic, I am using an arm9 chips with an Epson S1D13700 LCD controller. I want to get this working under linux and I am really stuck even where to begin
16:10:45Tornethat is indeed off topic.. ask in -community or someplace else :)
16:10:53PurlingNayukiThanks.
16:10:54notlisteningok
16:11:05PurlingNayukiTrying reading it now.
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16:20:25PurlingNayukiI got an error when compile: no rule to make eq_menu.h .
16:20:41PurlingNayukiBut I've already added it into SOURCE
16:20:55n1s.h files don't go into the SOURCE files
16:21:12PurlingNayukiThanks.
16:21:14n1sthey are included in .c files (most of the time)
16:21:19PurlingNayukiI'll try again.
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16:32:07n1si don't *think* marking the .bss section as NOLOAD can break anything but i'm not certain as i'm no linker guru
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16:39:47n1shere are links for m5 and x5 testbootloaders in case anyone wnats to test them http://dl.dropbox.com/u/17484767/m5_fw.bin http://dl.dropbox.com/u/17484767/x5_fw.bin
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16:47:47PurlingNayukiWe can't use dropbox in China.....
16:49:52enthdegreeyou can't!?
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16:55:35PurlingNayukiNo we can't.
16:55:57PurlingNayukiIt's forbidden by the GFW.
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17:00:50PurlingNayukiGFW = the Great FireWall
17:01:30gevaertsPurlingNayuki: do uou need one of those files?
17:01:35gevaerts*you
17:02:09PurlingNayukiNo thanks. I can compile mine.
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18:38:37kugelis anyone _strongly_ opposed to anti-aliased fonts?
18:40:25pixelmaI don't see the point, but it's also a question about how much it costs (drawing speed etc.) for someone who doesn't use them
18:41:42gevaertsI don't really have a strong preference for or against using AA fonts, but yes, what's the impact?
18:42:28gevaertsThis is colour-only?
18:43:22kugelyes
18:43:44gevaertsok, so apart from the c200v2 no lowmem
18:43:46pixelmaand has it been tested on slow update + slow CPU Ipod Video?
18:44:15pixelmawell big screen + slow CPU
18:44:17Tornethe AA fonts implementation as it stands, can you still use old fonts?
18:44:24Torneor do you need to use a new font format?
18:45:42kugelno change for non-color, old fonts still work
18:46:40Tornei mean on devices where it's available to use
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18:46:51kugelold fonts still work
18:47:08Tornealso why is it colour only?
18:47:44Tornei realise we wouldn't want it on greylib devices, but devices with native greyscale could do it surely
18:47:55kugelnot implemented
18:48:09Torneah, no particular reason then :)
18:48:19Torne(...does it do subpixel? :) )
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18:48:24kugelit uses 4bit blending, and our greyscales only have 2bit (IIUC)
18:48:30kugelno
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18:48:43gevaertsPossibly not implemented due to people not wanting to work on things with uncertain future as well
18:48:45Torneif we were going tod o it i'd go for subpixel rendering, tbh..
18:48:51pixelmaTorne: the two grey shades more won't be helpful probably
18:48:55gevaertsTorne: you can't really
18:48:59Tornewhy not?
18:49:17Tornewell, subpixel AA, technically, not rendering in general
18:49:24Torneyou'd still place glyphs at integral pixels
18:49:33gevaertsIIRC some DAPs can have different LCDs with different subpixel format (orientation or ordering) without a way to know which it is
18:49:54Tornethat doesn't matter, surely
18:50:02Tornejust do them as seperate fonts
18:50:08kugelI think Unhelpful played with subpixels but gave up (don't know why though)
18:50:15Tornei was assuming the subpixel calculation would be done by the font conversion tool..
18:50:26Torneso you have 14-Nimbus-HBGR.fnt or whatever
18:50:52gevaertskugel: is rendering old-style fonts and new-style fonts done by the same code?
18:50:53Tornei guess that wouldn't work particularly nicely if you flip the display :)
18:51:43kugelgevaerts: the "low-level" part is seperate, but there's no change in the api or os
18:51:45kugelso*
18:52:04Torneso both are compiled in on the colour devices, then?
18:52:12gevaertsok, so there should be no measurable difference in speed for people who don't want AA
18:52:12Tornepurely from a binsize pov
18:52:29kugelright
18:54:09gevaertsSo yes, the only impact for people who don't want it is binsize. Personally I'd say that "colour only" with its implication of "8MB and more" takes care of that objection (although there's the c200v2 as an exception)
18:54:50kugelI haven't measured the binsize impact but not a lot of code is added AFAICS
18:55:11Tornesoudns pretty reasonable, then
18:55:44Torneand if it's API compatible and just selected by what type of font is loaded, then that's nice
18:55:53Torneso it'd be down to implemenation quality
18:56:55pixelmagevaerts: if they didn't chose a different type of screen for the v2 than for the c200v1 then AA fonts or not won't make a difference at all...
18:57:18pixelmain appearance I mean
18:57:22gevaertsThat's true of course
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18:58:05kugelit's just a pity that convttf can't be used for normal fonts, it has some nice features for fnt generation
18:58:07gevaertsDisabling AA on the c200v2 wouldn't be a big deal I think, but "We support AA fonts on all colour targets" is nice and easy
18:58:39kugelwhy should it be disabled on the c200v2?
18:58:46pixelmaprobably nicer WRT ifdeffing at least
18:58:55pixelma2MB RAM IIRC
18:58:58kugelit doesn't have much ram, but still way enough for a bit of code for new features
18:59:15Tornewell, tell us what the binsize change is before we decide that :)
18:59:21kugelwe've never considered the c200v2 so far
18:59:27gevaertskugel: if it can stay, great, but doesn't it already have RAM issues if people enable voice and things like that?
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19:00:04kugelthose issues won't be solved by disabling AAF
19:00:28kugeland not by disabling a handful existing features either (nobody is going to do that anyway)
19:00:32gevaertsIt's not a stable port anyway, so I think it's not a concern either way
19:00:47kugeli agree
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19:00:49pixelmakugel: ever looked at a c200 display? You most likely won't see a difference if it's an AA font or not
19:00:57kugelyes
19:01:18kugelit's a crap display but IMO that has nothing to do with AAF
19:03:02kugelin contrast, it should improve things more on it as rather low dpi
19:05:29gevaertsh100: 44 bytes extra bin and 84 extra RAM. ipod video: 1208 extra bin and 96 extra RAM (how is that possible? Why didn't RAM go up with bin?)
19:05:48pixelmah100 is greyscale?
19:05:51gevaertsyes
19:06:06gevaertsI wanted to verify that the impact on non-colour was negligible
19:08:04gevaertskugel: does the AA patch allocate buffers on boot instead of statically now?
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19:09:01kugeli can't see any buffers allocated
19:10:05gevaertshm, maybe an alignment thing then
19:10:19gevaertsAnyway, I think 1208 bytes extra is very reasonable
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19:13:23gevaerts2K on c200
19:13:42kugelstrange
19:14:29gevaertshm, 2K "binary size", 1232 bytes "actual size", so probably mi4 format things or something like that
19:15:02gevaertsBut still only 96 bytes RAM difference, and that should include binsize. This confuses me
19:16:02gevaertsMaybe someone should do a draw speed test to make entirely sure there's no real impact there either for old-style fonts?
19:16:35kugeldoes it make a difference?
19:16:49kugelthere's a single if (), you can't make it less expensive
19:17:42gevaertsTrue, it's very unlikely to be measurable, but still, if people complain after the commit being able to point at actual numbers is nice
19:18:39kugelyou could run test_gfx.rock
19:19:00kugelbut that would be lying because its test doesn't include the lcd_update() which will always be the bottleneck
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19:57:43thomasjfoxhey soap. Could you give rockbox on the n800 another try?
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20:38:50kugelthomasjfox: hey, how's your port going? I saw nothing new on your repo
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20:39:11thomasjfoxkugel: Things are slowing down a bit
20:39:29thomasjfoxI want to prepare a "clean" patch to get the initial maemo support upstream next
20:39:39thomasjfoxActually that's planned for tomorrow :)
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20:40:06kugelgood plan
20:40:08thomasjfoxkugel: Would you have time for a review?
20:40:43thomasjfoxThe patch won't be that large I guess
20:41:08kugelnot sure, but hopefully
20:41:32kugelI'm a bit busy with uni stuff these days, exams are coming up
20:42:17thomasjfoxSo rockbox is a good distraction ;)
20:47:11thomasjfoxkugel: Any plans regarding the ucontext branch?
20:48:00kugelit's on fs, without an answer. I guess I can commit
20:49:27thomasjfoxI could test it again
20:49:37*kugel can't believe it's already a month since he put it there
20:50:05thomasjfoxI'm not sure if the sigaltstack stuff is/was crashing on the first database init (stack overflow)
20:51:45thomasjfoxAt least that's what the arm threads implementation did the last time as the database init is a stack hog
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21:03:44kugelthomasjfox: yes, it would be nice if you could test again
21:04:27thomasjfoxSo I guess it's best if I take the one on FS. Do you have the # on mind?
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21:06:30kugelthomasjfox: nah, that one is outdated
21:06:50thomasjfoxOk, so I just merge your branch from git then
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21:55:47*wodz just fixed nano2g :-)
21:56:17wodzwhat is preferred boot method on nano2g? iloader or rockbox bootloader?
21:56:33gevaertswodz: do I remember right that you have bdm equipment and know how to use it?
21:56:35AlexProckbox bootloader if you want support here :)
21:56:56wodzgevaerts: I have bdm pod right
21:57:42gevaertswodz: maybe it makes sense if you also have a h1x0 and h3x0? That way we'd have someone who can test bootloaders again
21:57:57TheSevenwodz: depends on your goals
21:58:12wodzTheSeven: could you elaborate?
21:58:14*gevaerts has two h120s. He can easily miss one of them, and if needed he can miss his h320 too
21:59:28wodzMy wife would probably grumble a lot if another DAP will appear in my home
21:59:41TheSevenwodz: iloader pros: fast boot, can recover ftl if needed, iloader cons: a bit more complex, can't be removed by itunes restore, no support here
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22:00:11wodzTheSeven: I run linux so no itunes at all
22:00:54gevaertswodz: right :) Maybe I should just get the needed equipment myself
22:01:19wodzgevaerts: I can send you my pod. I don't need it now.
22:01:20TheSevenalso iloader provides an easier way to play with the hardware outside of rockbox
22:01:47gevaertswodz: what's actually needed to use it? Does it need things like fine soldering?
22:03:01wodzgevaerts: that depends mostly on target. The pod itself has regular goldpin header.
22:04:34gevaertswodz: I could also just buy my own, so you can still use yours for the HD[23]00 if needed. I'd need guidance then to pick the correct one
22:05:50wodzgevaerts: I build this one http://forums.freescale.com/t5/68K-ColdFire-reg-Microprocessors/TBLCF-open-source-debugging-cable/td-p/7543
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22:07:37wodzgevaerts: on wiki there is ultra simple bdm pod base on AVR MCU specialized in reflashing bootloader on H100/H300
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22:08:24gevaertswodz: considering my skill with electronics, maybe I should look for a pre-built one :)
22:08:25wodzgevaerts: the one I have is full blown (although quite slow) which means possibility to on target debugging
22:08:52whippiiihi there, I have the next question: is it possible to install RockBox on iPod Classic even if I try the manual via?
22:09:00whippiiiway*
22:09:12whippiiisorry by my English, I speak Spanish ;)
22:09:18gevaertswodz: on target debugging sounds reasonably useful if my task would be to make bootloaders work again
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22:10:22whippiiiplease, some help :S
22:11:00wodzgevaerts: I don't see need for BDM work in the (near) feature on HD200/HD300 so I can send you my pod If you are willing to work on bootloaders
22:12:56gevaertswhippiii: rockbox on the ipod classic is still in an early stage. I'm not sure if it's really good enough yet for normal use
22:13:22gevaertswodz: maybe I should buy yours so you can build a new one when you need it :)
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22:14:30wodzgevaerts: I have most of the components, only PCB missing to build new TBLCF.
22:14:33whippiiigevaerts: but if I take the risks installing it, where can I find the files for its installation?
22:15:06gevaertswhippiii: on the rockbox wiki somewhere I think
22:15:16whippiii:S
22:15:18whippiiiok
22:15:19whippiiithanks
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22:17:02wodzTheSeven: Is it possible to install iloader when battery doesn't hold charge well?
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22:18:35*TheSeven tries to catch up
22:18:39gevaertswodz: I'll ask LinusN how tricky connecting it to the irivers is, and if it's not too difficult, I'd be happy to take care of your bdm pod for a while :)
22:19:17TheSevenwhippiii: most things work somehow, but there are still rough edges and the battery life is terrible (like 5 hours or something)
22:19:48TheSevenalso there is no dualboot support yet, so you can't have the apple firmware and rockbox installed at the same time and decide which one to use on boot
22:20:31wodzgevaerts: Sure. IIRC you have to have some soldering skills in case of irivers.
22:20:34TheSevenwhippiii: in case you still want to play around with it: http://www.freemyipod.org/wiki/IPod_Classic_iLoader_Installation
22:20:45whippiiiTheSeven: the point is that right now the apple firmware has crashed. I think that "something" is better than nothing, don't you think so?
22:21:05TheSevenwhippiii: do you know why or how it crashed?
22:21:12gevaertswodz: I expect so, yes. I'm pretty sure it will be beyond me, but finding someone else to do it should be just as good
22:21:21whippiiino :S
22:21:26TheSevenis it e.g. stuck in a reboot loop, showing a red cross, showing "use itunes to restore", or what does it do?
22:21:31whippiiiI don't know why or how :S
22:21:48whippiiioh, wait
22:22:22evilnick_Bwhippiii: It might be easier to restore it using itunes, as the classic port is very recent
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22:23:07whippiiiI'll try it first, if it doesn't work... gonna try to put RockBox inside :)
22:23:21whippiiithanks a lot
22:24:42TheSevenwhippiii: depending on how exactly it behaves i might have some useful hints for you
22:25:47whippiiiokay, I have to move to a PC with Windows xD I only have GNU\Linux on my box hehe
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22:29:40CIA-7New commit by 03alle (r29031): pitch_detector: bring the name of the settings file in line with the plugin name
22:32:19CIA-7r29031 build result: All green
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22:53:49TheSevendoes copying files inside rockbox use some insanely small buffer?
22:54:02TheSeventhe disk seems to be seeking most of the time
22:56:59pamauryno idea, I don't remember where is the copying code, probably in the apps/ part if the copy is done between volumes
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