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#rockbox log for 2011-04-19

00:00:29bluebroth3rhmm. Does android have a repo one can browse via the web?
00:00:45kugelandroid.git.kernel.org
00:01:44bluebroth3rthx
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00:09:16sideralpamaury: my Clip+ is an AMSv2 variant 0 device
00:09:55pamauryok, I don't remember which one is mine, I'll check later
00:09:55sideraland I cannot connect it to my other host (a ~10yr old PC platform) at all
00:09:59pamaurythanks :)
00:10:29kugelbluebroth3r: you once said these issue isn't there with CM?
00:11:26sideralpamaury: most of the time, there are resets; but at one time, I had a panic on my Clip+: "usb-drv: EP0 completion while waiting for SETUP"
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00:13:31pamauryyeah, after some reset, the controller might end up in a bizarre state
00:13:53pamauryespecially since in those case, the controllers goes mad
00:13:54sideralno, in that case that was straight after power-on
00:14:16pamauryhum, perhaps the controller went mad anyway. That can't normally happen
00:14:45sideralthis would fit the synchronization problem theory, wouldn't it?
00:14:57pamaurynot really
00:15:44pamaurythis means that the controller reported a EP0 control completion while no transfer was registered and the driver was waiting for a SETUP packet
00:17:19pamaurythe only possible explaination is: 1) a control complete after a reset whereas it should not (so there is a bug in a reset routine) 2) the driver's state doesn't reflect the hardware state, for some unknown reason
00:18:24pamauryBut anyway, those resets are not normally, I managed to capture them with a usb analyzer and this is really weirdf
00:18:39pamaurythis really looks like a hardware setup problem
00:19:49sideraldriver state != hardware state sounds like a standard synchronization problem in my book
00:21:43pamauryAs I told you, when I captured it, the controller wasn't doing what it was suppose to do
00:22:07pamauryso yeah, you can call it a synchronization issue but I call it a misbehaviour on my side :)
00:23:31pamauryAnyway, things have evolved since then, I'll try to recapture it but when the hardware keeps resetting, I'm pretty sure that's not a purely software problem, we are missing an initialization bit somewhere
00:23:40sideralOK :)
00:24:03sideralI'll try my "cancel all transfers on bus reset" workaround; this used to help on my clipv2
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00:24:22pamauryThe driver is supposed to do so already
00:25:13sideralmaybe too late?
00:25:52pamaurycan't see how, interrupts are disable on irq so the entire reset code is like in a critical section
00:26:31pamauryanyway, I'm tired so I might be saying mistakes :) I'll go to bed and see tomorrow
00:27:00sideralperhaps it has to be done before actually doing the hw reset?
00:27:02sideralOK
00:27:06sideralthanks anyway!
00:27:19sideralBTW, I have the FS dump ready should be become interested :)
00:28:07pamaurythe hardware doesn't really "reset" on bus reset :) You can't predict a reset before the controller tolds you it happened :P
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00:42:13byteframeCan I make or modify a rockbox startup script?
00:42:33Tornerockbox doesn't have scripts
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00:42:49byteframehmm Ill check out the source
00:42:51Torneou can set a plugin to run at startup, but you'd have to write a plugin to do whatever you wanted to do
00:42:58byteframerockbox.org
00:43:16byteframeHow can I set a plugin to autostart?
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00:53:26byteframeok im gonna spend the next few days on a small plugin script, should be fun.
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01:11:37GnosIs there any way to make RB run a certain .CFG file at every boot?
01:12:23gevaerts"run a .cfg file"?
01:12:40Gnosload a cfg file?
01:13:07Gnosreason −− sometimes I set the backlight timer high when reading, but then may use my player many times before I use it to read again. So I created two CFG files −− one with long backlight, one with short backlight.
01:13:39gevaertsMaybe fixed.cfg can help you
01:14:01GnosI should search "fixed.cfg"?
01:14:13gevaertsThe manual describes it
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01:21:55Gnosgevaerts: fixed.cfg is EXACTLY what I needed. Thank you.
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03:15:37*[Saint] wonders if his custom RaaA logo looks as good as he thinks it does...
03:15:39[Saint]http://imgur.com/cRQD3
03:16:58[Saint]I made use of the android logo font, I think it looks pretty cool.
03:21:45froggymanits different
03:22:11froggymanwhat about trying the same thing with one of those Droid sans fonts?
03:23:10[Saint]I thought about that, and tried it out, but at that small resolution it's not immediately obvious that the font has anything to do with android whatsoever.
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03:23:53[Saint]I wanted to use the android logo font as (I hope) it's immediately recognisable.
03:25:22[Saint]the thing I was *really* wondering, was wether or not to keep the "open source jukebox firmware" which is, "classic rockbox". Or to try come up with some new blurb more fitting for RaaA.
03:25:43froggymanMaybe try going with something new
03:25:51*froggyman recommends his logo
03:26:18[Saint]Rockbox as an Application for Llamas
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04:34:07sobelso, i got this clip v2 i partly bricked
04:34:46sobelis "Bootloader USB mode" from rockbox' bootloader? all i can get is MSC mode, and there's no trace of the OF i can see
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04:35:42sobelso i tried deleting .rockbox and the modified firmware/loader, replacing it with an OF
04:36:23sobelit errors about checksum failures no matter what version i attempt to install, rockbox or OF
04:37:26saratogabootloader USB is rockbox
04:37:50saratogayou won't be able to install an OF update from inside Rockbox as far as I know, so you'll need to boot back into the sandisk software for that
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04:38:56sobelthat's unexpected, since OF MSC mode lets me drop a firmware update (of OF, i assume rockbox shoehorns this mechanism for its own install)
04:39:42saratogathe OF lets you update the OF, which is why you need the OF to update the OF ;)
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04:40:43sobelok, so can you help me figure out if i totally screwed my OF or what?
04:41:03saratogawhat happens when you try to boot the OF?
04:41:28sobeli can't get to it. the boot spits out this message:
04:41:33sobelLoading firmware
04:41:33sobelLength: 7A3BC
04:41:33sobelChecksum: 2FC66C3
04:41:33DBUGEnqueued KICK sobel
04:41:33sobelModel name: c1v2
04:41:33sobelLoading rockbox.sansa
04:41:35sobelSum: 2FC66AF
04:41:38sobelBad checksum
04:42:02sobeli got to that state using the latest install utility
04:42:44saratogarockbox.sansa is rockbox, can you boot the OF?
04:42:58sobelnot that i know of
04:43:03saratogahave you tried?
04:43:30sobelusually OF boots when i unplug it from USB, but now it goes back to that 'Loading firmware' display
04:43:40sobeli don't know another way to make OF boot
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04:44:28saratogaoh this is a clipv2, yeah that should do it
04:44:39saratogayou can also hold left (IIRC) to boot
04:44:47saratogathe OF
04:45:32saratogaif it doesn't boot the OF on USB I'd guess you either flashed a patched prebootloader, or else have a broken pin that prevents it from detecting USB
04:45:57sobelAHA, booting with left pressed booted the OF
04:46:24sobelmaybe now i can make it correctly boot RB or at least teh newest OF
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04:54:28sobelsaratoga:
04:54:42sobelsaratoga: thanks, my cheapo music player is back in action again!
04:56:59saratogano problem
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04:59:36sobeli figured it out −− i'd engaged in wishful thinking, to assume rockbox could install a new version of itself, then somehow i screwed it up so it wouldn't boot the OF easily, and it was all downhill from there
04:59:47sobelnow it makes plenty of sense
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05:21:53flyback-ugh I can never remember the name of the other damn channel
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05:23:07flyback-I found a really bad bug in a arm linux port of rockbox :P
05:23:30flyback-you guys will have to coordinate with the #zipit team sometime
05:23:41flyback-I found if you hit a music file that one of the codecs doesn't like
05:23:57flyback-it wounds all the codecs section of the code, so everything comes back invalid codec
05:24:31scorcheis there a tracker number for this?
05:24:36flyback-I doubt it
05:24:49flyback-and my head is so bad naymore I am not even sure I can reproduce it
05:25:07flyback-just thought I would mention it in case someone is reviewing code and goes "oh! overflow!"
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05:25:47scorchecould you please start a bug report on it if you can get it to be reproducible?
05:25:57flyback-if I remeber
05:26:03flyback-memory is deteriating
05:26:04flyback-:/
05:26:19flyback-I think I know what directory of files it was in
05:26:24flyback-so should help be able to recreate it
05:26:47flyback-btw once you restart rockbox it's fine, I don't have to reboot the linux part etc
05:27:21flyback-appears to be when one codec shits it's pants, it splatters all over runtime memory for any codec
05:27:51saratogaonly one codec is ever loaded at a time
05:27:58flyback-I know that
05:28:12flyback-i'm saying it corrupts the codec loader
05:28:20flyback-whatever that code, routine, etc is
05:28:22saratogayou can't overwrite memory for codecs that don't have memory :)
05:28:33saratogaits probably just that playback is in some undefined state, so you can't start playback
05:28:35flyback-you are missing what I am saying
05:28:40saratogaerr start the playback engine
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05:31:59[Saint]If you can create your own build, try FS #12064 instead of speculating about things you think it might be.
05:32:45[Saint]flyback-: ^
05:33:48flyback-not going to happen any time soon :/
05:33:53[Saint]Firstly, I'd try to reproduce it though, with a current build.
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06:15:03JoshuaChanghello everybody
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06:16:22JoshuaChangi have problem in cross-compile rockbox's arm toolchain with new gcc version(4.5.2)
06:17:45JoshuaChangafter a long time compiling, it report: error: Link tests are not allowed after GCC_NO_EXECUTABLES.
06:18:16JoshuaChanghow can i get rid of this error?
06:25:52saratogaare you just trying to build rockbox? if so, use our toolchain, otherwise you may have to dig into gcc to figure out how to use other versions
06:26:55JoshuaChangi want to build a new 4.5.2 based toolchain
06:28:09saratogaah then I can't help you, probably best to start searching the gcc mailing lists and docs to figure out what that error means
06:28:46JoshuaChangif i just compile for one target. and do no use the small lib configuration, can i disable-multilib in the arm's toolchain building stage
06:30:16JoshuaChangi've search not only the mailing list, but also the google, the solution for GCC_NO_EXECUTABLES are various...
06:31:50[Saint]We can only really offer support on building the toolchain with the tools that we know work.
06:34:56JoshuaChangeh...for my target is not fast enough to run some codec, so i need to test the gcc 4.5.2's link time optimization, that's why i'm trying to build my own toolchain
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06:37:59*flyback- goes on a ebay rampahe
06:44:27saratogaJoshuaChang: a new gcc version is not going to help you
06:45:16saratogagcc has little impact on codec performance, and more often then not things get a little slower when you update
06:47:11JoshuaChang......
06:49:15[Saint]Everything is optimized for the "standard" toolchain.
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06:51:53JoshuaChangwell, maybe i need to opt the code itself to get a performance gain
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06:54:26saratogayes thats generally the only way to improve performance short of getting a faster device
06:54:28saratogawhat are you trying to use?
06:58:12JoshuaChangmy device is cowon d2+, i'm now using vgm codec to play sega md music
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07:02:24JoshuaChangwhile playing, the ui interaction become not smooth anymore, if i trying to change song in the browser(not the playlist), it usually freeze the whole system.
07:05:16JoshuaChangi used to compile MAME with both gcc 4.4 and 4.5, the gcc 4.5 plus -flto switch shows a noticable performance gain, especially in x64 platform
07:07:56saratogayour player has a 15 year old CPU, if anything changes when you update gcc, its probably because they broke something
07:08:39pixelmathe D2+?
07:10:52JoshuaChangexclude the android devices, the most powerful device supported by rockbox is gigabeat s?it's discontinued...
07:11:48JoshuaChangit's also too late to get a brand-new onda 747
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07:14:19saratogait sounds like whatever codec you're using is just broken
07:15:16JoshuaChangno, the codec is ok, it just eats too much cpu
07:15:32[Saint]then it's not ok ;)
07:15:58JoshuaChangin fact, the freeze bug can also be reproduce in official's spc codec
07:16:29JoshuaChangwhile the spc codec runs about 4xx% realtime in my target
07:19:33saratogaerr, if it freezes, then its not ok
07:20:38[Saint]Is anyone even actively developing for the D2(+) anymore?
07:23:25saratogaSPC works fine for me, i've never seen it crash
07:26:51JoshuaChangto reproduce the bug: try to change the spc songs very quickly IN FILE BROWSER
07:27:24saratogayeah i saw that bug report a while ago
07:27:43saratogai can skip many hundreds of times on my old e200v1 without a crash
07:27:50JoshuaChangi think the bug was related to tag reading and file buffering
07:28:12JoshuaChangnot skip, select it in the file browser
07:28:13saratogaare you sure it isn't just due to the D2 port being really buggy?
07:28:56JoshuaChangi'm not sure, but if i fulsh the buffer before read the tag, everything is ok
07:29:01saratogaso just keep jamming the same track over and over again?
07:29:26JoshuaChangyou can select another songs, but must in the file browser
07:29:48saratogaactually i wouldn't be surprised if playback crashes if you try and load tracks really quickly
07:29:48JoshuaChangif change songs in the wps or playlist, everything is ok
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07:30:30JoshuaChangi tried some heavy load codec, like ape high profile, it;s ok
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07:31:00saratogaits probably ok for ape because the files are enormous and you can't skip between them rapidly
07:33:26JoshuaChangi said you must change spc rapidly,,,because spc was soo lightweight, that if you load it very slow, the file buffer are done before your action
07:33:47saratogaspc isn't that light weight actually
07:34:01saratogaits just that the files are extremely small, so buffering finishes instantly on a flash device
07:34:13JoshuaChang400% realtime, i think is lightweight
07:34:25saratogamuch slower then almost everything else
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07:34:45saratogayou just have a very fast player
07:35:33JoshuaChangvgm codec runs only 120% realtime on my target, so even the files are as small as spc, it takes a lot of time in buffering
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07:36:19JoshuaChangaround 10 seconds, or even more...
07:36:47saratogahow big are the files?
07:37:15JoshuaChangaround 500k bytes
07:37:29saratogaah yeah there got spc to crash, just have to reload the same file over and over about 3 times a second
07:37:51saratogafastest i can do it with mp3 is about 1 time per second since buffering is slower
07:37:58JoshuaChangyeah, you got it :)
07:38:39saratogaanyway i don't think this problem is specific to spc, and if vgm files are bigger its probably not the same problem you're having
07:38:55JoshuaChangin vgm codec, even with 5 second a time, will lead to freeze...
07:38:56saratogareading that task it sounds like the vgm codec is just buggy
07:40:14JoshuaChangi have a workaround patch, before reading the tag, stop & flush the buffer, this mostly slove the problem
07:40:46JoshuaChangwell, the fade fx was broken...
07:46:29saratogathat task says to change the codec buffer size, if you did that, how big is the compressed audio buffer then?
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07:48:45JoshuaChangi didn't do that, i just decompress the vgz to vgm in pc...
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07:55:57CIA-87New commit by 03Buschel (r29750): Optimization to latest aac decoder changes. Significantly reduce loop count in m4a_check_sample_offset() during standard playback. Before this change ...
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08:24:05Buschelhmm, aac became a bit slower with my latest changes (r29724ff)... ~0.3 MHz on PP502x. not much, but I expected the opposite
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08:30:12Buschelmaybe just an effect of building the lookup table...
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11:05:08smkhi.the other day i had asked whether rockbox replaces the default firmware of a device or it runs on a host...picking up from there :P. i don't exactly understand how the existing firmware is replaced, as we cannot write to the ROM..
11:06:35smkhow does rockbox boot..as in whats the process?
11:06:58B4gdersmk: devices don't store the code in rom
11:07:09B4gderthey usually store the firmware on some kind of flash
11:07:27B4gderso in order to change the boot, we need to change the code on that boot flash
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11:10:48smkbut don't devices come with bootloader in ROM?..i know ARM does..
11:11:28B4gderno they don't
11:11:43B4gderand ARM is neither a device nor a chip
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11:13:56linuxstbsmk: This is all very specific to the device. Some load the firmware from the main disk, in which case we often replace that image. Sometimes we patch or replace the code in the NOR flash.
11:14:28smkok. because ARM processors come with SAMBA in ROM..
11:14:57B4gdersamba? are you talking about that atmel thing?
11:15:13linuxstbsmk: "ARM" is just the CPU core. That can be packaged in any way you imagine, and the device can boot in any way you can imagine.
11:15:15smkyeah
11:15:40B4gdersmk: that samba has nothing to do with ARM, but is put into the SoC together with the ARM core
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11:17:01B4gderand i think sam-ba is only used by atmel chips
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11:18:55B4gdersmk: all device makers out there want to be able to update their firmware even after it has shipped, so they leave ways to upgrade
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11:22:38smkso these devices directly boot from flash?
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11:23:41B4gderyes, more or less
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11:25:13B4gdersmk: several of the old targets load all the "interesting" code from the storage, disk or nand flash, making it even "easier" to replace the code
11:25:15pamauryI think most devices boot from a ROM in a way, this ROM then enables the different ways of booting (usb, ssp, i2c, spi, ...)
11:25:20linuxstbsmk: IIUC, all ARM CPUs will start executing code from address zero when they are powered-up. This could mapped to a small boot rom embedded in the SoC, or to NOR flash.
11:26:26smkpamaury: so we need not change anything in the ROM i guess.
11:26:55pamauryit's a bit hard to tell exactly what is going one
11:26:57pamaury*on
11:27:11smklinuxstb: and so rockbox uses the NOR flash option..because ROM is factory written
11:27:16pamauryit's well possible that each SoC includes a tiny ROM that can be changed
11:27:36pamaurythis way the SoC can boot from NOR, flash, usb or whatever you want
11:27:47pamaury*can't be changed
11:27:54B4gderpamaury: many SoCs control that boot process externally, not with rom
11:28:59smkB4gder: u mean configuring externally? (setting or resetting stuff)
11:29:15B4gderI mean that the hw controls some pins
11:29:20B4gderfor example
11:29:40smkok. got the idea.
11:29:50pamauryB4gder: I believe it is possible for some SoCs, but I believe it's impossible for some, the boot mode is too complicated
11:30:18B4gderI bet every imaginable concept of boot process exists out there, in at least two different SoCs =)
11:30:25pamauryhehe :)
11:30:50smk:)
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14:23:45pamauryhow is shutodwn handled in rockbox ? I remember someone saying it's messy but is there a function to shutdown the hardware (same name but different implementation of course) ?
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14:33:07henkhi, i have a strange behaviour: many tracks sound as if there was some kind of voice filter used. is there such a function in rockbox i might have accidentally enabled?
14:36:59n1shenk: there are a few dsp options but it's hard to know what you mean by "voice filter"
14:37:46n1seq, compressor/limiter and crossfeed
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14:41:40henkn1s: oh ok, i thought that was a well-known term... quite a few years ago i had similar sound. by a media player with an enabled 'filter voice out'/'karaoke' plugin that tried to filter voice frequencies out of the audio stream.
14:42:27n1sah, yes we have a karaoke mode too, forgot about that
14:42:47henkit's hard to explain how it sounds... voice is just very low or almost inaudible, music sounds 'borked' because some frequencies are missing. some songs or certain passages sound 'good' probably because the singer is very high or low and thus the filter doesn't catch it...
14:43:17henkoh ok, then maybe i accidentally enabled that... i hope it's documented? as i have no clue where to look for it...
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14:48:17henkhm, 'stereo' and 'karaoke' sound the same :-/
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14:53:15henkthe "lalalala" from cat stevens' "wild world" beginning sound just right, the text afterwards is toned down :-/
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14:54:14kugelhenk: that's the point of karaoke isnt it?
14:54:36henkkugel: yeah, but it's set to stereo everywhere i find 'karaoke' mentioned...
14:55:17henkbut afaict that's only one place anyway. i hear a big difference between mono and everything else, but stereo and karaoke just sound exactly the same.
14:55:49kugelare your headphones or the jack alright?
14:56:39linuxstbWe have karaoke mode on swcodec?
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14:59:04henkkugel: ouch, you're right... plug was just a milimeter out of the headphones :-/ didn't know that'd cause such problems. thank you very much and sorry for the trouble
14:59:17kugelis this a fuze?
14:59:44henkkugel: it's a sansa, but not fuze e200v2 afaik
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15:00:05kugelI just know this problem from the fuze
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15:00:26henkah ok :) i was lucky you were around then i guess!
15:00:33kugelanyway, glad it works now :)
15:00:49henkoh me too... wouldn't know what to do without my rockbox ;)
15:01:51henkall those oh so powerful smartphones have sooo many features they all suck at... and the media player is usually worth sh..oes...
15:02:09kugelyea, but rockbox runs android :)
15:02:22henkon android?
15:02:34henkor literally "rockbox does run android"?
15:04:57kugelon android, sorry
15:05:00kugelas an app
15:06:53henkwell, you'd need android for that and you'd have to trust google for that and be happy with a pretty restricted platform, which i'm not, but it's good to know ;)
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15:19:43pamauryan arm expert ? the imx233 as a read side effect for the interrupt controller to notify that the ISR has been entered. Are there advantages compared to explicit notification ?
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15:38:04pamauryis there a way on arm to do a softirq ? That is generating a irq with the software
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15:44:59jhMikeSpamaury: not generically unless you use swi, but that's not irq...sometimes the controllers have an interrupt force
15:48:10pamauryso by default I should stick with the normal behaviour and write to vector address myself ?
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15:54:01jhMikeSfor normal operation? I'd think so.
15:57:11pamauryseems to work this way, great
15:57:33pamauryI definitely need to have something working, I have nearly no feedback :-
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16:16:01pamaurythis SoC is crazy, to enable an irq you should to enable 4 things: ARM IRQ, interrupt collector global irq, interrupt collector interrupt irq and ip block specific irq. Sometimes even 5 because there is a global ip block irq enabler !
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16:31:51flybackhttp://www.myspace.com/axiotronic/music/songs/robot-placism-39161623 <−−- LOVE this song and "of wilshire bells"
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16:40:11pamauryif some people are interested, I'll be publishing my Fuze+ code here until it's a sufficiently complete port: pamaury/pa-tools/tree/master/fuze+">https://github.com/pamaury/pa-tools/tree/master/fuze+
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16:50:19_jhMikeS_pamaury: looks about like a similar amount of junk to do as i.MX31, but different
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16:51:04pamauryyeah, that's from sigmatel after all :)
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16:58:24pamaurybut I believe the imx233 is worse :P
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17:29:07bluebroth3rkugel: when using CM I didn't experience the audio issue. My assumption is that this is related to the additional system load caused by the apps installed by HTC.
17:29:40bluebroth3rI haven't tried causing a high load with CM when I tried that though so it might show up there as well
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18:36:23bluebroth3rok, so this Ipod Dock on my table seems to send serial commands :)
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18:37:23preglowbluebroth3r: what audio issue?
18:37:40preglowi've still got the thing where playback occasionally freezes, only to be unfrozen by seeking a couple of times
18:38:01preglowit happens like 75% of the time when i unlock the screen
18:40:27bluebroth3rpreglow: exactly that issue.
18:40:45bluebroth3rhave you applied the patch I made? I haven't been able to reproduce the issue with that anymore
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18:43:06bertrikAnyone here with an active ipod accessory?
18:43:37bluebroth3ractive as in working with Rockbox?
18:44:10bertrikactive as in it actively communicates with the ipod, not just passively amplifies line-out or something like that
18:44:32bluebroth3rI've got a dock with IR receiver disassembled on my desk
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18:47:12bertrikcan you test a simple patch (just cleans up the code, no functional change)?
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18:51:04bluebroth3rbertrik: sure, but that dock isn't working with Rockbox right now. That's the reason it's disassembled :)
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19:12:53pamauryTheLemonMan: see my message in the log
19:13:00pamaury?
19:13:10pamauryand hi also :)
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20:29:33promylophAfter enabling USB-support for my clip+ with the first patch from FS #11664 (on top of r29713) transfering files works fine most of the time. Thanks guys :) But what went wrong in this case: http://pastebin.com/KX7vNJ2D ?
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21:38:19bertrikpromyloph, I think the point of leaving it disabled for now is that it's because not completely stable
21:41:29promylophI know, bertrik. I'm just curious whether this might be related to FS #11877...
21:42:20promylophHaven't found any filesystem corruption yet, though.
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22:24:27byteframewhat function do I use to remove a file/directory in a rockbox plugin?
22:26:07gevaertsremove() or rmdir()?
22:29:13byteframeI thought remove, but I get undefined reference to `remove'.
22:29:50gevaertswell, rb->remove()
22:30:02gevaertsYou have to go through the plugin api struct
22:30:08byteframemy bad. thanks gevaerts.
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22:59:35byteframegevaerts, how do I reference files. I have a directory in the root of the volume I want to delete and I cant do it either with remove/rmdir on either "DIRNAME" or "/DIRNAME".
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23:00:12gevaerts"the volume"?
23:00:38byteframeI dont know how rockbox sees it internally, but the root of the usb storage I see when I plug in the player to the computer.\
23:00:49gevaertsWell, that should be /
23:00:54byteframehmm
23:00:56gevaertsIs the directory empty?
23:00:59byteframeyes.
23:01:14byteframe(im writing a plugin to clean up the cruft the of generates)
23:01:35byteframeIncidentally, rockbox is very easy to build.
23:01:43gevaertsCan't the disktidy plugin do that?>
23:01:51byteframearooo
23:03:08byteframeperhaps if I can add some extra stuff in there
23:03:31gevaertsI've never used it, but that's really what it is for
23:03:46byteframeI nevfer noticed it. I can check out the source to it too. thanks.
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23:10:18pixelmaI believe there was a thread in the forums which dealt exactly with this (deleting OF craft of some newer Sansas and run the plugin automatically on boot), not a 100% sure though
23:10:35byteframehttp://forums.rockbox.org/index.php?topic=25911.0
23:11:49byteframeI think Im on it now. In the end I might still need to do it via a pluging (disktidy if It can run without interaction with as autostart.rock,) because theres some weird folders only rockbox can see.
23:12:39*rasher wonders what happened to the new font coverage stats
23:14:54pamauryhum, gas doesn't like ldmpc regs="r0, r4", why ?
23:15:45kugelit's a macro
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23:16:00kugelwrong usage, maybe?
23:16:22pamaurydon't know, I just copied memcpy-arm.S from the trunk
23:17:00bluebroth3rpixelma: I've managed to successfully build the html manual in Cygwin with TeXLive :)
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23:17:53kugelmapping the same physical region to cached and uncached regions is apparently undefined
23:18:03kugelwe do this at least on AMS (v1 and v2)
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23:18:35kugelhttp://lists.linaro.org/pipermail/linaro-mm-sig/2011-April/000003.html
23:18:40rasherpixelma: I figured this might interest you http://translate.rockbox.org/whichfont.php
23:21:48n1spamaury: you probably need to pull in the macro definition then
23:22:07pamaurybut which one is it / where it is !?
23:24:04pamauryurg, it's in config.h !
23:24:43kugelpamaury: just use ldm with pc in the reg list; this macro is mainly for early arm versions that didn't switch thumb/ARM mode with pc in that list (IIRC, anyway)
23:25:36pixelmarasher: new statistics?
23:25:58rasherpixelma: Based on actual usage in the various translations
23:26:21pixelmanice, looks useful
23:27:00rasherI should probably produce a more detailed output that shows exactly which characters are missing
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23:27:29rasherIn case someone wants to add them to a font
23:29:04n1srasher: what do you think of fs#9206 sounds like a straight forward improvement if i understood him right
23:29:56rasherI never understood what that does
23:30:53n1sI *think* it adds more glyphs to the fonts
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23:33:57n1sit does add glyphs but also changes the ones already there somewhat it seems and i don't understand the font stuff well enough to decide if it's correct or not
23:35:28n1smainly seems to replace some internal names with hex and reduces SWIDHT for a lot of themm
23:39:26rasherI asked for clarification
23:39:36rasherThe glyph names are pretty unimportant
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23:49:34byteframeall done: http://pastebin.com/RPQgUQ5P thanks yall. look forward to sansa usb support.
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