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#rockbox log for 2011-04-25

00:01:34scorchebluebroth3r: odd - i didnt touch it...
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00:29:17TheSevenpamaury: kleemajo just pointed me to this: http://svn.fonosfera.org/fon-ng/trunk/fon/ra_usb/src/dwc_otg_regs.h
00:29:36TheSevenit seems to contains docs for some undocumented part of that synopsys otg
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00:30:50pamaurywhich ones ? is it different from the one of the patch ?
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00:42:51pamaurythere are a few differences but the question is whether all those registers apply to all revisions of the controller
00:46:08pamaurythere seem to be "dma descriptors" similar to the usb arc driver
00:48:37pamaurythese are not supported by my controller anyway
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01:08:43saratogais there some way i can check that a cross compiler actually supports a given arm level?
01:08:52saratogashort of writing assembly and seeing what happens
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01:32:44lovasoaHi
01:33:27lovasoaI just posted a new patch, and as advised on the tracker, I come to discuss about it in IRC
01:33:34lovasoaThe patch is http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12079
01:34:35lovasoaNo one ?
01:34:41saratogayou didn't attach the patch
01:35:11lovasoaOops
01:36:36lovasoaI just attached it as a comment
01:36:38saratogai guess i can commit FS #12056 though
01:37:11AlexPlovasoa: Also, it is 01:30 in the morning on Easter Sunday in Europe (where most devs are) - you can't expect an answer in a minute
01:37:12saratogawhats your full name, i'll add you to the credits
01:37:31lovasoaI am in eastern Europe to (France)
01:37:51lovasoaMy full name is Ophir LOJKINE
01:38:19AlexPFrance is west Europe
01:38:35lovasoaBut in #12056 all work was done by No LOJKINE
01:39:29lovasoaAlexP: Humm... Maybe You're right... But it's still 1:40 in France
01:39:37AlexPI know
01:39:38saratogaok i will add Noe then
01:39:41AlexPThis was my point
01:43:24lovasoaAnd maybe you can answer me... What is MAX_PATH for ?
01:43:54saratogaugh stupid svn, is "Noel" the proper way to Anglicize Noé?
01:44:09AlexPsaratoga: Why anglicise it?
01:44:13lovasoaI think it would be Noah
01:44:25AlexPI've committed stuff using accents in the message I'm sure
01:44:29saratogabecause SVN freaks out if i try to put that e with the accent
01:44:46AlexPI'd just leave off the accent then
01:45:01CIA-87New commit by 03saratoga (r29781): Commit FS #12056 by Noe Lojkinse. Fixes a bug in Xobox where old key presses were left on the buffer too long.
01:45:18saratogacrap misspelled the last name
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01:46:04saratogahuh no i didn't, pico added that for me . . .
01:47:41AlexPThe é seems wrong in the file too
01:47:47AlexPWhat encoding are you using?
01:47:58saratogawhatever nano/pico on ubuntu uses
01:48:02CIA-87r29781 build result: All green
01:48:09saratogacan you fix it, i have no idea how
01:48:17AlexPSure
01:48:21gevaertssaratoga: editors should use your default encoding. They don't decide on their own
01:48:36saratogaok then whatever ubuntu uses
01:52:12CIA-87New commit by 03alex (r29782): Hopefully correct spelling of Noé Lojkine
01:52:28*AlexP points at the accent in the commit message :)
01:52:39*gevaerts applauds :)
01:53:54lovasoaWhen I'll show the credits to my little brother tomorrow, he will be very happy!! Thanks very much
01:54:50AlexPThanks for the patch :)
01:55:08CIA-87r29782 build result: All green
01:56:03lovasoaAs it's nearly 2 on the morning in both eastern and western Europe, I think I have to go to bed...
01:56:28AlexP:)
01:56:34lovasoaThanks and goodbye (and don't forget my other patch)...
01:57:20saratogabertrik should probably look at it
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08:55:55mgmuscarihi, i'd like to contribute about 10 lines of java code into the rockbox for android codebase, to implement the mind-numbingly simple task of last.fm scrobbling in the android app version. can i just do an svn commit or is there some process that i need to go through?
08:56:32mgmuscarii guess i need to submit it as a patch?
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09:15:10n1smgmuscari: yeah post a patch in the tracker
09:16:08mgmuscarihttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12080
09:16:32mgmuscariit's super simple, but i worry it may not be accepted because i didn't add in any kind of settings checking or support for it
09:18:12mgmuscariunfortunately, while i am familiar with designing android activities and working with them, the native framebuffer UI that rockbox android uses is as yet foreign to me, and i don't have a lot of time to go poking around to get it to work with that. maybe if the mood takes me i'll write an android activity UI for rockbox - i'm sure plenty of people would like to have a more "natural" looking interface on android for it
09:22:40mgmuscarifwiw, rockbox is the only player i've found so far that will actually respect gapless playback with my ogg vorbis music collection on my htc inspire running gingerbread.
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09:29:58mgmuscarianyway, bedtime now
09:30:04mgmuscarithanks for the input, goodnight
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12:37:34bertrikWhat would be the proper thing to do for an ipod when someone presses the poweroff button on an attached dock?
12:37:48bertrikWould just stopping playback make sense?
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12:45:26pamauryI think stopping makes sense
12:47:33bertrikyes, I think so too now. On the IAP level, this is basically a mode switch between normal ui mode (where the ipod is in control) and extended interface mode (where the dock is in control). So arriving back into the normal ui mode with playback stopped, makes a lot of sense.
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13:07:04CIA-87New commit by 03bertrik (r29783): iap: fix shutdown of logitech Pure-Fi Elite dock, by Ophir Lojkine
13:14:25CIA-87r29783 build result: All green
13:25:28bertrikwow, that took a while :)
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15:38:51lovasoaHi
15:39:19lovasoaif someone is interested in the iap code, I just posted a new patch : http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12079
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15:45:08clmoealright I'm gonna get vmware running so I can get this darn firmware written on here the right way
15:45:14clmoeI've also got to resolder the battery
15:45:15clmoeagain
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16:07:34clmoeLinux is the only thing I know that you can get really good BT speeds on when none of the seeds have seedboxes
16:07:58*clmoe is currently maxing out my crappy connection with a knoppix iso
16:08:06clmoe*his
16:08:08AlexPIs this relevant to Rockbox?
16:08:16clmoeit will be in a bit
16:08:27clmoegotta dd the firmware on my clipp
16:08:31AlexPThen please keep it
16:08:34clmoetried that in windows the other day, not a good idea
16:08:49AlexPThis is an on topic channel for support and development of Rockbox only
16:11:04clmoenot quite sure how it got into recovery mode though
16:13:57clmoe>vmware said it's an m200 plus
16:13:59clmoewhoa
16:15:39gevaertsThat means recovery mode I think
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16:29:25bertrikAnother sd bug bites the dust :D
16:29:50bertrik( http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php?topic=26852 )
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16:30:18iSiDoRoShello hello
16:33:15iSiDoRoSi saw that it's at last possible to install rockbox on my ipod classic 160gb. is there any progress controling this ipod version through the port interface? (i have my ipod connected at my car's audio system and i want to control it)
16:38:01bertrikiSiDoRoS, vital parts of ipod classic support are still missing for the ipod accessory protocol, like the serial driver
16:38:49clmoealright I still can't get this silly program to work
16:38:59bertrikit's probably not that hard to do. It requires a combination of a motivated developer with enough free time who also happens to own both a ipod classic and an ipod accessory.
16:39:10clmoeI've got knoppix in a VM right now, the clipp is sdc1 and the file is clippa.bin in sdb1
16:39:49clmoeit should just be dd if=/dev/sdb1/clippa.bin of=/dev/sdc1
16:40:12clmoebut it says the if bit isn't a directory
16:40:23iSiDoRoSthanks for the news bertrik. so i guess the only thing i can do is to check rockbox every day and wait, right?
16:41:03iSiDoRoS(since i'm not a developer)
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16:41:22bertrikThere is no-one currently working on the iap for the ipod nano 2g or ipod classic, so maybe check rockbox only once a week or so :)
16:41:36gevaertsclmoe: clippa.bin isn't in /dev/sdb1
16:41:48gevaertsIt's in the filesystem that happens to be on that device
16:42:08clmoeso /media/sdb1?
16:42:11iSiDoRoSoh god! why didn't i become a developer?!
16:42:18iSiDoRoSthanks a lot bertrik
16:42:27gevaertsAnd I'm pretty sure that you need /dev/sdc as the output device, not /dev/sdc1
16:42:36iSiDoRoSi hope to see you soon with good news :)
16:42:36gevaertsclmoe: wherever you see it
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16:44:11clmoeah, I tried media once before
16:44:17clmoeit's clppa.bin not clippa.bin
16:45:34pamauryare target_id values more or less random in ./configure ?
16:45:38clmoeoh man, looks like it transfered
16:48:08B4gderpamaury: yes, we just usually get the next available one
16:48:23pamaurythis pattern has not really been followed ;)
16:48:39*pamaury takes a safety margin: 77 -> 80
16:48:53pamaury:)
16:49:22bertrikso, we've had about 77 potential targets so far?
16:49:34pamaurydon't know, I doubt it
16:49:44B4gderroughly that I'd guess
16:49:52pamauryDo we want to take advantage of the fuze+ 24-bit screen or stay 16-bit ?
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16:50:31bertrikI'd say go with 16-bit first if that's easier
16:50:37pamaurywhat do it changes ? I think much of the code is using 16-bit per pixel so I don't know how much changes it will imply to switch to 24-bit
16:50:42pamaury*does
16:50:44kugelpamaury: 24-bit would be nice, but you need to write lcd code for it
16:51:01pamauryok, let's stay 16-bit now
16:51:13bertrikI know I became slightly desperate when porting to the samsung yp-s3, thinking it could only do 24-bit
16:52:10pamauryIn my case, I'm pretty sure the lcdif can implement any conversion in the world :)
16:52:41pamauryWell, I see this later
16:52:46bertrikcan the lcd even display 24-bit?
16:52:47kugel24-bit is probably not worth the effort
16:52:56pamaurybertrik: I think so
16:53:10pamauryit's the native format used and sandisk claim a TFT 24-bit displaty
16:53:24B4gdercompanies have claimed 24bit and lied in the past though
16:54:03pamaurythe question is more whether or not one see the difference
16:54:13B4gderyes, that's a very valid question
16:54:24pamauryI'll try :)
16:54:27clmoealright it's out of recovery mode now
16:54:37clmoeit's been doing all of that by itself, btw
16:55:01B4gdermake a full green to no green gradient in 16bit and 24 bit and see if someone can spot the diff
16:55:26B4gderthat'd be 6 vs 8 bits for it
16:55:41B4gderof course, red or blue would make 5 vs 8
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17:00:20pamaurydoes the tool chain always produce a plain binary file or does it support producing (say) a bootloader from an elf file ?
17:03:33clmoehmm, I've got the OF copied but still nothing on the screen
17:03:46clmoeit's also out of recovery mode now (3.65gb space instead of 3.68)
17:06:00mshathlonxpknowing that it is possible to swap locations of ipod's OF and rocbox, I'm wondering if it's possible to install two rockbox'es and no OF on ipod?
17:07:15clmoeI think I'm about done with this gu
17:07:57clmoeI'll try and get the battery soldered on right when I get back from werk and see if I can get it working
17:08:08clmoeotherwise I'll use another one
17:18:47bertrikdo we have a datasheet of the s5l8702 used in the ipod nano 2g?
17:20:07bertrikipod classic I mean
17:22:38kugelpamaury: it produces an .elf file
17:23:55kugelthen strip is called to make the plain binary, but the .elf is still there
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17:26:58pamaurykugel: yes but the Makefile rule is hardwire in root.make, I'll need to change this somhow
17:28:16pamaurybertrik: I doubt it
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17:29:55kugelpamaury: perhaps make it call $(SOME_TOOL), where SOME_TOOL=elf2sb for the fuze+ and SOME_TOOL=strip for others?
17:30:26saratogabertrik: theres just the datasheet for the s5l8700, on which the s5l8702 is loosely inspired
17:36:24pamauryI think I won't change anything, since producing the final file requires to have a sandisk firmware image, let's just generate the elf file and do the final step manual or as part of rbutil
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17:37:47pamauryis there a program which always succeeds ? A bit like "yes" but which does nothing except returning 0 ?
17:38:11pamauryhum, true perhaps
17:41:55pamaurywhat is the directory structure to use ?
17:42:10pamaurytarget/arm/imx233/sansa-fuzeplus ?
17:45:08pamauryis MODEL_NUMBER completely independent of the model number in configure and the target_id in configure too ?
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17:45:50gevaertskugel: did you see FS #12032? You're slightly familiar with that code I think
17:49:50kugeli'll have a look
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17:52:53kugelpamaury: true
17:53:11pamauryI found out but thanks ;)
17:53:57bertrikCan someone have a look at http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12079 ? I think it's ready to go, but like to have another developer look at it
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17:59:38kugelgevaerts: thomasjfox reported problems with disktidy and symlinks (very similar to the database). perhaps that's the issue?
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18:23:59pamauryis there something special with button-target.h ? When trying to build, make is not happy
18:27:22pamaurywhat is the purpose of _backlight_lcd_sleep ?
18:27:49bertrikmaybe make is picking up the wrong button-target.h and is confusing you that way
18:28:07pamauryI find out, I needed to regenerate the dependencies ;)
18:28:15pamauryBut my question about _backlight_lcd_sleep still holds: )
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18:30:57bertrikbah, I've written a basic uart driver for the s5l8700 (ipod nano 2g) and am trying to get iap to work. But iap expects support for the remote tuner, but if I include that, I also need an FM input src cap, then I'll also need an ADC to detect the accessory apparently, etc, etc. This is a dependency mess.
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18:49:18bertrikWhich ADC channel is used for accessory detect on the ipod nano 2g and the ipod classic 6g?
18:51:16bertrikWhat value is PCLK on the ipod nano 2g?
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18:56:36BuschelPCLK= 48 MHz on the nano 2G
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19:01:26bertrikBuschel, thanks, do you have a nano 2g by any chance?
19:02:14Buschelyes, I have one.
19:04:53bertrikand also an ipod accessory?
19:05:01Buschelno, sorry
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19:40:45jhMikeSgevaerts: now there's a whopper message on dev for you :)
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19:45:48ArtemHello. What should i do to edit some information on rockboxwiki?
19:46:18n1sArtem: sign up and then ask in here for write accesss
19:46:23n1ss/sss/ss/
19:48:45Artem(
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19:49:40bertrikjhMikeS, let's do this! :D
19:51:22ArtemijGsomeone see my msg?
19:52:28saratogaArtemijG: http://www.rockbox.org/irc/log-20110425
19:53:22jhMikeSbertrik: whee...I'm game...I have to go somewhere for a few at 3:00pm my time, so I'll do it when I can stick around and fix build stuff that comes up.
19:54:43ArtemijGdid i need to look all log file?
19:57:48ArtemijGok. thx for help. will try to send an email. hope it will help
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20:40:11webguest21i have a problem while runing svn comand
20:40:36webguest21unknown hostname
20:40:55webguest72Does ne1 here know if rockbox will run on a Sylvania SMPK 4230 4gb Ipod knockoff?
20:41:00webguest21what could be a problem
20:41:15n1sit will not run on that
20:41:16webguest72If so, which distro to use?
20:41:35gevaertswebguest72: rockbox only supports the players that are listed on the front page
20:41:48gevaertswebguest21: sounds like your networking setup isn't working
20:41:56saratogawebguest21: usually that means you have no internet connectivity
20:42:23webguest72I can't even find any info on this Sylvania thing anywhere.
20:42:29webguest21i am runing a vmware
20:42:33webguest72It keeps locking up and I wanna fix that somehow.
20:42:51saratogawebguest72: we probably can't help you here
20:43:19webguest72Is there contact info for some of the core rockbox developers?
20:43:22gevaertswebguest72: if you *really* want rockbox on it, have a look at http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/NewPort
20:43:47scorchewebguest72: sure - you can generally find them on IRC at #rockbox on freenode
20:43:51webguest72Cuz the Sylvania looks just like that Cowan thing which is l.isted on the page and has all of the same internal hardware too.
20:44:30n1swebguest21: can the vm reach the internet?
20:44:43webguest72Ah...the New Port page answers my questions. Thanks folks...
20:44:50webguest72<3 penguins
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20:45:25gevaertspenguins?
20:45:30mshathlonxpghh
20:45:44mshathlonxpwhy someone tries to do something with ipod clones?
20:45:54mshathlonxpthey are built for trash anyway
20:47:11n1speople ask this from time to time usually for various ipod knock offs
20:47:37*mshathlonxp is not surprised
20:47:53mshathlonxpinteresting, what and where do they ask something about broken screens etc :)
20:48:03webguest21i dont have internet on vm
20:48:13webguest21how can i fix it
20:51:19webguest21ITS ROCKBOX VMWARE
20:52:05AlexPIt is nothing to do with it being a vm supplied by us, it is something in your setup
20:52:10AlexPAnd no need to shout :)
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21:21:35AlexPCongratulations to wtachi and kugel, our two GSoC students! :)
21:22:04AlexPCommiserations to the others - we had lots of competition for very few slot this year
21:22:19AlexPWe'd love everyone to stick around of course
21:22:37saratogacongrats
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21:23:20kugelwtachi: Hey, congratulations :)
21:23:31wtachikugel: you too!
21:23:35wtachiI'm happy I was accepted!
21:23:41bluebrotherrasher: thanks. I guess we can close FS #12078 then
21:23:45wtachiweren't there more slots in previous years, though?
21:23:54AlexPyes, we had fewer this year
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21:26:07*GodEater likes the sound of jhMikeS proposal for playback rework
21:26:18gevaertsGodEater: "proposal"?
21:26:28AlexPHe has already done it :)
21:26:35AlexPjust not committed it
21:26:40GodEaterproposal to commit it ;)
21:26:42saratogayes the codec clean up is more then welcome
21:26:50AlexPAlthough I've been using the patch for a few days now with no issues
21:27:34saratogathe previous strategy of "let the codecs do whatever they want to playback and hope that nothing goes wrong" was not very good
21:27:48mtwtachi: Congrats !
21:27:51GodEaterno - that's not smart
21:28:04wtachimt: thanks!
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21:32:10tguinotgsoc answers updated :)
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21:40:16[7]AlexP, scorche: how many applications did we have this year?
21:40:29AlexP18 IIRC
21:40:44[7]and how many of them would have been accepted if slots would not have been an issue?
21:40:45saratoga17
21:40:51[7]i.e. how many were crap?
21:40:59saratogawe probably shouldn't say that publicly
21:41:00AlexP[7]: I don't think it is fair to say that
21:41:01[7](roughly)
21:41:22[7]more like 50 or 90% being good ideas?
21:41:37AlexPNot a public thing I don't think
21:41:44gevaerts[7]: I think that sort of discussions should be restricted to #rockbox-gsoc
21:42:22[7]oh, forgot about that one, thanks for reminding :)
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22:23:37wodzhttp://img854.imageshack.us/i/dscf7975.jpg/ <- rk2705 based dap :-)
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22:24:58gevaertswodz: nice!
22:26:32[7]wodz: congrats :)
22:26:38wodzthe lcd_update() performance is poor because I can't figure out how to use hw pixel format conversion + dma doesn't play nice with me
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22:27:36pixelmanice work still :)
22:29:10wodzIt looks a bit like I am competing with pamaury who will make new usable port first :-)
22:33:29bertrikwodz, what kind of storage does this player have?
22:33:40pamauryI think you have some advance on me wodz
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22:35:42pamaurygiven how hard it is to understand the OF code and what is still to be done, I still have a lot of work to do :)
22:36:47pamauryanyway congratulation for your work !
22:37:26wodzbertrik: raw nand and SD
22:37:28bluebrotherpixelma: any thoughts on moving the Rockbox logo originals (i.e. the svg files) to docs/logo?
22:37:37bluebrotherI'd like to have them in some common place.
22:41:50BuschelLear: (for the logs) regarding your mail -> I do not see those warning, but the code is definately wrong after I reduced MAX_CHANNELS. We could just comment the whole create_channel_config() function as this is not relevant for decoding.
22:41:58pixelmabluebrother: may be nice. One thing I think of is that the complete logo's SVG lacks the structure on the "box" part as I didn't find a sensible way to do it in vector graphics, I'd think it would be nice to give a hint through the naming or so
22:46:58bluebrotherright now I have rockbox-clef.svg (used by Rockbox Utility directly, the Android port uses an png export of it), rockbox-icon.svg (the "Rb" icon I've made a while ago, wasn't in svn before) and rockbox-logo.svg which is the "full" one
22:47:36bluebrotherthe "Rb" one is used in the Rockbox Utility icon, but that uses a version that is based on the original png so has the box "structure" thingy
22:48:17bluebrotheroh, and manual/frontpage/rockbox3540.png does only show the "box" part for me −− I think to remember that file working some time in the past. Any idea what's wrong there?
22:49:13bluebrotherand about the "structure": I was thinking if it would be acceptable / a good idea to drop the "old" logo and make the svg the "new" original logo. Maybe something to discuss at devcon?
22:50:08AlexPSure, whack it on the list :)
22:51:01pixelmasounds like a plan :)
22:51:49bluebrotherthe discussion or moving the logo files? ;-)
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22:54:51*bluebrother wonders why he always gets this "Confirmation required" thing when changing wiki pages
22:55:02AlexPLots of us do
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22:56:05bluebrotheroh, and since there's more activity here right now: anyone want to test Rockbox Utilty svn? I'd like to push a new release really soon now, and it would be great if someone who experienced the TTS issue on Windows could give it a try
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23:13:21wodzwhich sd driver should I use as a template for rockchip sd driver? I mean which is the cleanest and complete?
23:14:38bertrikgood question, I don't know
23:16:33wodzthe choice is basicaly AMSv1, AMSv2, TCC, onda, ondio...
23:18:22bertrikAMSv2 is OK for at least the card initialisation commands
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23:19:04bertrikAMSv1 is a bit of a mess with some special cases for bank switching, I don't know the others
23:19:45bertrikisn't ondio using MMC instead of SD?
23:19:51wodzah yes
23:22:17wodzhmm I'll start with AMSv2 I think - at least I can ask bertrik what is what there :-_
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23:30:00kugelwodz: what about e200v1?
23:31:01wodzisn't it pp without any documentation?
23:32:20kugelAMS is also undocumented for the SD part AFAIK
23:32:31kugelbut e200v1 sems to be the most robust one
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23:34:42wodz... with inline assembly inside. This is asking for troubles when starting
23:41:04bertrikthere is documentation for AMSv2
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23:42:33Luca_Shello everybody. I've been testing the reworked playback engine patch and noticed something strange, however i'm not sure if it's present in svn too.
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23:43:04bertrikand AMSv1 uses a standard PL180 block IIRC
23:43:36pixelmabluebrother: I wouldn't mind testing the Utility but not today anymore and I also didn't try it for a while so didn't see the problem myself (my PC here is also only hyperthreading I believe and not multi-core so I don't know if I would experience it - maybe I could compare with the current release later)
23:43:41Luca_Si set up a playlist with a few songs, then started playback, skipped two or three songs, then entered in the playlist menu and moved a song that was after the currently playing one to before the current playing one
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23:44:43pixelmaLuca_S: what happened?
23:44:53Luca_Swhen I did that, the 'now playing' indicator (the one with the two notes), did not move and pointed to the wrong song
23:45:20Luca_Sit's as if it kept the same index as before
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23:46:02pixelmaI know there were a lot of quirks with this "live moving" and its display before so maybe the new engine made workarounds unnecessary or so. Would be nice if you could test an SVN build in comparison though
23:46:05Luca_S(i am talking about the 'now playing' indicator refers in the playlist menu)
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23:47:21Luca_Swill do tomorrow :) now it's late and gonna get some sleep :) however I let it play for a few hours, skipping and creating playlist and all worked fine
23:47:47Luca_Salso some issues I had with metadata display in wps seem gone
23:48:01Luca_Ss/metadata display/metadata refresh
23:48:16tbruff13Hello I was wondering how to make a coby mp3 player use rockbox I am not trying to skip out on work I will do what I can, but I simply do not have the programming skill to do it so I am asking for help I know you guys don't take requests so please don't get mad at me for asking i'm tried to buy a compatible player, but alas messed up and got a coby I would like to know if anyone could at least get me started on porting for my player or brand of playe
23:48:16tbruff13rs I will admit I have very little programing experience so can someone please help me
23:48:59tbruff13I am willing to do the work I just need to figure out how
23:49:06wodztbruff13: I am afraid you are on your own
23:49:24AlexPtbruff13: We don't take requests, no. Ports are done by interested owners - your best chance is to try and find some other owners with the skills and get them interested
23:49:41AlexPtbruff13: People here will of course help, but we aren't going to teach you programming
23:50:04AlexPtbruff13: See www.rockbox.org/wiki/NewPort for the sort of thing you will have to be doing
23:50:42pixelmaLuca_S: jhMikeS (the main developer behind the new engine) is probably interested in your reports too but doesn't seem to be around currently
23:51:44pixelmaleaving a comment in the tracker would be another possibility ;)
23:52:15tbruff13AlexP, I know and I was stupid to ask but at least tell me this is it possible to get rockbox working on a coby, and If it is i will work on getting support
23:52:32AlexPIt might be
23:52:38AlexPCan you upgrade the firmware?
23:53:14wodzwhat cpu does it have?

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