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#rockbox log for 2011-05-16

00:00:31amiconnsaratoga: Ignoring certain buttons is crucial. If rockbox is flashed, it will almost certainly detect a pressed button (the one that o straight into usb modepowers on the device) if usb is plugged before powering on, effectively preventing the user to g
00:00:52amiconn..o to usb mode
00:01:01saratogaamiconn: thanks, just saw the logged conversation you had with Llorean about that, I will update the patch in a moment to take that into account
00:01:33amiconnErg, somehow that go quite scrambled
00:02:40amiconn-> If rockbox is flashed, it will almost certainly detect a pressed button (the one that powers on the device) if usb is plugged before powering on, effectively preventing the user to go straight into usb mode
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00:07:34saratogaamiconn: is it enough to ignore the power button on the player and ondio? or do they need to ignore other buttons as well?
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00:10:59saratogaamiconn: heres what I have: http://pastebin.com/NYS5D6fL
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00:18:50funmansaratoga: looks cool
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00:26:21saratogaamiconn: ping me when you have a chance, if that looks good i'll commit and watch for anyone reporting problems
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00:27:14amiconnsaratoga: I guess H1x0 will be the same when flashed (I don't dare flashing my precioussss H180...)
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00:28:03saratogaamiconn: current code has no check for the H100, do you think I should add one?
00:28:15amiconnHmm, I don't know
00:28:21saratogaseems likely someone would have noticed by now if that occurred?
00:28:47saratogai can't test and don't want to risk breaking it, so i think i'll just leave it alone
00:29:30saratogado you mind if I commit then?
00:34:06pixelmait somehow feels rushed now in the end but that's probably because it's the first time I heard about it today. Has this been discussed outside IRC before? I'm not opposed to the change but think that some more people are like me and feel a bit surprised
00:35:28saratogaheh, its been over half a year of me asking people if this can go in
00:36:26saratogai think i've now pinged everyone who has ever touched that logic in the SVN logs and had them review the changes
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00:37:52pixelmaweird, I think I read most of the logs and remember quite a bit - but not this. Has there been a huge gap between today and the last time this was discussed?
00:38:00gevaertsprobably
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00:39:02gevaertsI mean, most of the traffic on the tracker is from November
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00:41:18saratogayeah haven't mentioned it in a couple months
00:41:31saratogasince feb maybe?
00:42:10saratogaanyway for something like this its mostly a matter of 'whats going to break', so aside from asking people who wrote the code i'm not sure what else makes sense to do
00:42:32saratogaaside from just test, commit, and see if anything breaks that missed testing
00:43:27saratogabut honestly the current logic is basically just a bunch of junk left over from various ports that doesn't serve a purpose anymore aside from on Archos
00:44:31gevaertssaratoga: I guess the question could be more of "do we want it" than the technical issues
00:45:23saratogatrue
00:45:36saratogaalthough the current setup is so ridiculous its hard to imagine someone would prefer it
00:45:58saratogathe charge button isn't even consistent across devices, its just randomly selected such that you *have* to look it up to figure it out
00:46:47gevaertsWell, I agree with you in this case, but I've also had opinions in the past that I thought were obviously the only sensible opinion until the things were actually discussed
00:46:52saratogai think your manual changes make the most sense, let people use any button, but have the docs recommend a safe button to use
00:46:55saratogayeah fair enough
00:48:11gevaertsMaybe a quick mail to the ML saying that you plan to commit this, and commit tomorrow unless someone has a serious objection?
00:55:21saratogadone
00:57:37gevaertsGreat!
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01:19:06lovasoabertrik : my iPod completely freezed (black screen) twice this evening. I suspect that it is because of your patch. I just wanted to warn you...
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01:32:08pamaurysaratoga: I'm definitely in favor of your patch :) I always finish entering the debug charge menu to go into charging mode because I don't want to check all buttons
01:32:39saratogaha
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01:51:16pixelmahmm, not sure I remember correctly but I think so that the Iaudios don't go into charging mode in Rockbox at all. At least I think I remembered to have tried once in vein. Would this need checking (with the patch)?
01:51:46pixelmaalthough I'm about to go to sleep, someone remind me in the morning
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02:07:40saratogapixelma: no, the iaudio players don't define HAVE_USB_POWER so nothing changes
02:08:30saratogaactually neither do the H1x0, which i guess is why they didn't used to have an exception for their power button
02:08:35saratogado they not charge in rockbox either?
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08:06:15[Saint]saratoga: (reading the logs) For what it's worth, I'd appreciate FS #11769 being committed.
08:06:55[Saint](as most of my targets are Nanos, and they're very fiddly to get into "charge only" mode)
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10:18:01gevaertssaratoga: h1x0 doesn't charge from USB, unless (IIRC) you solder a bit
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12:10:37JoshuaChangcan i use double exp function in rb's real target build?
12:10:58Tornenot the usual one from math.h, no
12:11:02Tornewe don't have floating point :)
12:11:14Tornethere may be a fixpoint exp somewhere.
12:11:18Torneyou can't use doubles at all
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12:14:32JoshuaChangyou mean i couldn't even use double?
12:15:40Torneno.
12:16:02JoshuaChangi know there's a fixpoint exp function, but it's precision maybe not enough...
12:16:04Torneour targets mostly don't have floating point hardware
12:16:13Torneso, we use fixpoint math for everything.
12:16:18gevaertsYou might be able to get away with it in plugins, but it's going to be *slow*
12:16:36gevaertsI believe the calculator plugin uses gcc-generated soft float
12:17:32JoshuaChangi just use it to calculate the parameter, so the speed is not sensitive
12:19:53Tornewhat parameter?
12:20:12JoshuaChangehh, dsp plugin's
12:21:33JoshuaChangi converted a hardware based effect into c code, but the parameter algorithm have not been fully reversed,so...
12:21:45TorneDSP is not a plugin
12:22:10Torneso, you can't realistically use floating point at all
12:22:14JoshuaChangdsp.c contains many plugin, in my point of view
12:23:26JoshuaChangi just need floating point in parameter set function, all the dsp code is fixpoint based
12:23:32Torneright, but they are not compiled as plugins, and so if they use floating point then this introduces all the floating point support code into the core
12:23:48Torneso that's not going to be acceptable :)
12:28:56amiconnsaratoga, pixelma: The iAudios don't have HAVE_USB_POWER defined because their charging code needs some work first. Charging from USB needs software support
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12:29:50amiconnAll 3 iAudios don't charge from USB in rockbox at all. The X5 and M5 *slowly* charge from the charger if connected, the M3 doesn't even do that
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12:41:09gartralhey guys, im using my e250, r29887 and i noticed that i can no longer mount the SD card when i plug in my cable. internal storage mounts ok. is this a known bug? i can't find any direct mention in the flyspray
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13:08:10gartralhey guys, im using my e250, r29887 and i noticed that i can no longer mount the SD card when i plug in my cable. internal storage mounts ok. is this a known bug? i can't find any direct mention in the flyspray
13:10:34[Saint]please don't repeat your question, if someone knows the answer, they'll answer.
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13:12:33gartrali repeat when i see a few devs log in. it's not that i felt ignored
13:13:15[Saint]the channel is logged, there's no need to repeat the question.
13:13:32[Saint](in some cases it may even make it less likely you'll get an answer)
13:13:40Torne(also those people did not just log in, they reconnected) :)
13:13:45Torne(so they *did* see the first time)
13:17:08gartralok, excuse me.. i also havent had myuch coffee yet
13:18:29gevaertsgartral: are you (a) using linux, and (b) compiling your own kernel?
13:18:53gartrala: yes b: no
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13:19:53gevaertsgartral: what does "cat /sys/module/scsi_mod/parameters/max_luns" say?
13:19:58gartralit doesn't appear too be a kernel issue either, the SD won't mount on my Win7 box, or my friend's macbook.
13:20:09gevaertsright
13:20:46gevaertsThe card works in rockbox?
13:20:55gartralperfectly
13:21:05gartralresult was 1
13:21:33[Saint]Have you tried hotplugging the card while mounted?
13:21:46[Saint](sometimes works on my Fuze)
13:21:51gartralnope, that escaped me
13:23:02Torneif max_luns is 1 then that's why it's only mounting one drive :)
13:23:10Torneyour distro's kernel is compiled with a dumb option
13:23:13gartral[Saint]: no go
13:23:45gartralTorne: wouldn't surprise me one bit. I didn't, and can't compile a kernel for this machine
13:24:01Torneyou can just change that by echoing a different number to it as root
13:24:07Tornebut it won't persist across reboots
13:24:12gartralit's a Google cr-48..
13:24:24Torneyou can compile a kernel for that :)
13:24:25[Saint]that doesn't explain it not mounted under a Win box, though.
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13:25:03gartralwell let me echo a higher number too that option and see
13:25:17*Torne should probably raise a bug on chromeos for that ;)
13:25:42gartralTorne: you a chromeOS hacker too?
13:26:05Tornei'm a googler, chrome committer, etc. and i have a cr48. ;)
13:26:32*gartral high-fives Torne
13:28:01gartralhmm.. odd.. even with sudo the echo 3 > /sys/module/scsi_mod/parameters/max_luns gives permission denied
13:28:31Tornethat's because that's not how sudo works :)
13:28:37Tornesudo is only running the echo command as root
13:28:41Tornenot the redirection
13:28:53gartralahh, ok
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13:28:57Tornesudo sh -c 'echo 3 > /sys/module/scsi_mod/parameters/max_luns'
13:28:59gartralyup sudo su
13:30:09*gartral is wondering if he just forgot too have the SD in when testing on his windows machine
13:30:39*gartral needs more coffee
13:31:08gartralhey Torne is it ok if i pm you?
13:31:15Tornesure.
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13:38:30tmztgartral: should be able to put that in sysctl.d or an init.d as well
13:39:27gartraltmzt: i'm a step ahead on that one
13:39:36gartraltmzt: thank you though
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14:56:38JoshuaChangi've managed to write my own exp function, and it works, at least on my cowon d2
14:56:55JoshuaChangusing double var
14:57:39Tornewe didn't say it wouldn't
14:57:41Torne:)
14:57:49Tornebut you will now be including floating point runtime code in core.
14:57:55Tornewhich means it will've gotten bigger
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15:41:53JoshuaChangi didn't include math.h
15:42:48gevaertsmath.h isn't the problem
15:43:03gevaertsWell, apart from us not having it, I mean
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17:03:54saratogawtachi: around?
17:07:46saratogaJoshuaChang: in core you should be using fixed point, not floats/doubles
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17:08:15saratogaprecision of fixed point should be fine, you are only operating on 32 bit samples, there is no need for double precision
17:08:46wtachisaratoga: yes
17:08:50saratogahey
17:08:52JoshuaChangdouble is calculate the parameter, not in processing samples
17:09:05saratogathen should be even easier to not use it then
17:09:22saratogawtachi: sorry for not being around, i was traveling and now have a deadline at school
17:09:28wtachino problem
17:09:32JoshuaChangi can't reverse engineer the code
17:09:48saratogahave you had time to talk to anyone else about your proposal?
17:10:16wtachino, just the ML post
17:10:33saratogaJoshuaChang: usually its not that hard to replace floats for such simple applications, what are you doing?
17:10:47saratogawtachi: ok i need to dig into that more, but overall it looked pretty good
17:11:33JoshuaChangi'm translate a hardware based reverb effect to c code
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17:12:18saratogawhy does this need doubles?
17:12:36JoshuaChang value = (double)decay/1000;
17:12:37JoshuaChang value = (0.06112158043010938+value*(0.05839571946898384+
17:12:39JoshuaChang value*(-0.06251223415316797+value*-0.002455634475547180)))/
17:12:40JoshuaChang (1.0+value*(-0.7203877574056393+value*(-0.1428834838592317+
17:12:42JoshuaChang value*-0.0009789250744797674)));
17:12:48saratogause a pastebin for stuff like that
17:13:38JoshuaChangit's parameter tanslate the user interface options into int32, inside it, was processing using double
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17:14:20saratogadoes any of that actually need to be double precision though?
17:15:17saratogavalue is just some filter coefficient or something?
17:15:21JoshuaChangunfortunately, i don't know the algorithm between the user interface's option and real int32 parameter
17:16:49saratogawhat does value actually do?
17:16:49JoshuaChangreverb decay, diffusion, high freq tweak, etc...
17:17:29JoshuaChangonly some of it can be understand and using pure int translate, others' algorithn was unknown
17:18:02saratogano i mean what is the parameter "value" supposed to do ?
17:18:20JoshuaChang aeverb_data.c_decay = d2i(value);
17:18:35JoshuaChangvalue will finally translate back to int32
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17:19:06JoshuaChangd2i function translate a double value into int32
17:19:39saratogayes, but what is the meaning of that parameter
17:19:48saratogaif you change it, what does it change about your effect
17:20:01JoshuaChangthat value control the decay time
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17:20:28saratogathen do you really care about accuracy at all?
17:20:50saratogaworst case your reverb effect will last a couple milliseconds longer then it should
17:20:53saratoganot likely anyone is going to notice that
17:21:26JoshuaChangsomtimes it isn't linear based
17:23:15JoshuaChangwhat's the side effect in using double in core?
17:23:28saratogawe'll reject your patch
17:23:56n1sand it's slow and will pull in a lot of software float support code
17:24:31JoshuaChangthanks, i'll think about it.
17:24:49saratogagiven how badly written that block of code is, most likely it doesn't need double precision
17:24:53saratogajust convert it to integer
17:26:42JoshuaChangi'll think it over...
17:27:30saratogaheh although wolfram alpha doesn't do a great job simplifying it
17:30:53gevaertsI get (2.50850094615483 + (((1905.65053358222*value) + (302.281684279943*(value*value)) - 2500.06811504479)/(1021.52864000489 - (145.959570945881*(value*value)) - pow(value, 3.0) - (735.896726098754*value))));
17:31:27gevaertsWhich isn't shorter, but it only has reasonably large numbers, which may make things easier
17:32:08gevaertsI mean, you could just round everything
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17:34:57gevaertsWell, it depends on how big decay is
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20:51:55saratogais database auto update off by default? maybe that should be enabled automatically when someone turns on the database
20:53:24Strife89Yes, it's off normally.
20:54:26Berematthe only thing that's stopping me from using rockbox right now is the insanely long database update time
20:54:47pixelmaBeremat: which player?
20:54:53BerematClassic 160GB
20:55:13BerematI'm thinking of just not using the database and organizing the folders instead
20:55:16Berematand then using the file browser
20:55:23pixelmanot sure if it's available but having dircache enabled speeds updating up a lot
20:56:06gevaertsShouldn't be enabled by default these days?
20:56:40Strife89Yes.
20:57:00pixelmamaybe it's because it's a new port then, don't know
20:57:02Strife89IIRC it's not enabled in the release
20:57:17Strife89*by default
20:58:15pixelmasaratoga: database update without dircache takes ages and some of the targets don't have dircache or - e.g. not much RAM so people may prefer leaving it disabled. And as an example I initialised the database but usually reinitialise and don't update
20:58:38gevaertsStrife89: it was enabled in december, and our last release was february IIRC
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20:59:36pixelmanot even manually
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21:01:58pixelmaand as long as the problem initialising database without music file on the device exists, I'd be opposed to such a change. It's possible that you end up there, especially on targets with card slot
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21:23:12funmanhttp://i.imgur.com/Li80V.jpg <- album art displays all-fucked-up on fuzev2 (tested on target and sim)
21:24:28funmanhttp://i.imgur.com/1Rqb2.png <- the bad rendering
21:26:42saratogashould file a bug report and then ping unhelpful
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21:29:35pixelmaif it is this way in general, I wonder why we haven't heard about it more often. Maybe it's a Fuzev2 thing?
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21:34:17lovasoabertrik : I don't have time to speak about that, but my iPod completely freezed (black screen) twice last evening. I suspect that it is because of your patch. I just wanted to warn you...
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21:35:31funmanpixelma: it only happens for this particular jpg
21:35:53funmanshould test on other targets (== different screen size)
21:36:36bertriklovasoa, ok
21:37:32funmanhmm why isn't the 'assigned to' list on flyspray complete?
21:37:46Unhelpful...*and then* ping me?
21:38:25lovasoabertrik : Thanks, good bye, I have an exam tomorrow...
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21:38:58bertrikfunman, bit rot I guess, but I think you can always assign something to yourself
21:39:28Unhelpfulfunman: the linked jpeg is the file being loaded in the screenshot?
21:40:01funmanyes
21:40:10funmanbertrik: well i don't want to work on it :P
21:40:25funmanUnhelpful: i was about to open a bug report, should i continue?
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21:50:14Unhelpfulfunman: what does jpeg viewer do w/ this image?
21:50:40Unhelpful...because it's the same implementation, sort of. and i'm curious as to whether something in fitting it to the scaler is where it broke.
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21:57:45CIA-16New commit by 03bertrik (r29888): FS #12119 - June update of Czech language by Marek Salaba
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22:01:42CIA-16r29888 build result: All green
22:03:20funmanUnhelpful: same bug
22:03:32Unhelpfulsame bug in jpeg viewer... interesting :/
22:03:33funmani was thinking the bug is in resizing?
22:03:38funmancan't zoom in/out with the sim :o
22:03:52Unhelpfuljpeg viewer uses the old resizer, doesn't it?
22:03:54funmanlaptop numeric keypad is f*cked
22:05:12bertrikoh, we have more than one resizer?
22:05:53funmanUnhelpful: same bug in 125x125 250x250 500x500
22:06:16funman(orig file is 500x500)
22:06:19Unhelpfulbertrik: pretty sure jpeg viewer plugin still uses the same one it always did.
22:07:05Unhelpfuli had meant to get it using the core one. also the core jpeg loader. see how well that's gone? ;)
22:07:31BerematUgh, I can't get my iPod to show up under my computer at all anymore, even though the USB screen is up on Rockbox
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22:28:53CIA-16New commit by 03saratoga (r29889): Enter USB charging mode on devices that support it if any key is held down during USB insert (except on Archos where certain keys need to be avoided ...
22:29:24funmansaratoga: thanks
22:29:35saratogafor the patch?
22:29:45funmanyes :)
22:29:54saratogaah no problem
22:30:21saratogaFWIW i think doing USB like Android does where you have the option to charge and then enter MSC mode later would be pretty cool
22:30:35saratogabut i'm not volunteering to write it
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22:31:42saratogabah just realized I forgot to credit Gevaerts for the original manual changes
22:31:50gevaertsno worries
22:31:51*kugel wouldn't mind a yesno screen to ask whether to enter USB or not
22:31:57CIA-16r29889 build result: 20 errors, 1592 warnings (saratoga committed)
22:31:59gevaertsI'm in CREDITS already anyway :)
22:32:01saratogawow
22:32:40kugelOTOH I haven't used rockbox on a dap since ages :)
22:33:07saratogahaha what are the odds there was already a define called "USBPOWER_BTN_IGNORE" in apps
22:33:53gevaertsin apps?
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22:35:17saratogaah no, just included from there
22:35:21saratogamisread the message
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22:37:01saratogahmm the Gigabeat S actually declares several USBPOWER_BTN_IGNORE keys in its config file rather then usb.h
22:37:18saratogai didn't see them before
22:37:27saratogaanyone know if they're important?
22:37:53saratogaoh is BUTTON_MAIN just any button?
22:38:00gevaertsI think I vaguely remember what they are for
22:38:27gevaertsIf I'm not wrong, it's for players that reboot for USB and that need a specific key on boot to get USB
22:38:37gevaertsSo that key is allowed to be pressed or something like that
22:38:49gevaertshm, that doesn't seem to make sense
22:39:07saratogai don't really mind if people wnat to declare more buttons in the config files for whatever reason
22:39:12saratogaactually its a better place then usb.h
22:39:28saratogamaybe just make defining it in usb.h conditional on !defined(USBPOWER_BTN_IGNORE)?
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22:43:21jhMikeSpong
22:43:46saratogadoes the gigabeast need the USBPOWER_BTN_IGNORE defines in its config file?
22:44:33jhMikeSI don't think so. it was just sort of put there iirc
22:44:36saratogajhMikeS: i'm assuming they're there for a reason and fixing the red to let them stay, but I can remove them if they're just historical
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22:47:10jhMikeSit's pretty much "historical", as it was at first
22:47:51saratogaok i'll remove it then
22:48:20jhMikeSoh, don't mess up the gigabeast's use of the vol down key to expose the boot partition instead of the data one
22:48:38saratogaah i didn't realize that was possible
22:48:46saratogai'll leave it in then
22:49:28jhMikeSI meant because of "any key", "any key" could conflict :)
22:49:53saratogado you still want the regular build to ignore power?
22:50:01saratogaseems fairly useless since I think holding power would shutdown the player
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22:51:17gevaertsjhMikeS: well, if you don't reboot for usb, there really is no conflict
22:51:19jhMikeSprobably a good idea
22:53:43jhMikeSgevaerts: maybe, it might be a good idea to exclude charging mode so that the host doesn't refuse on that basis if you need to access the fw partition
22:54:56*gevaerts doesn't follow
22:55:13jhMikeSin other words, only request 100mA when holding vol- (but I guess that has nothing to with the last commit)
22:56:24saratogajhMikeS: so disable charge mode in the bootloader, but remove the exclusion for power button from the main build?
22:56:24gevaertsnot much, no
22:56:52jhMikeSI was concerned holding vol- might prevent a normal connect for the FW partition and enter charging mode instead
22:57:59saratogain the bootloader only?
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22:59:11saratogai assume the main build can't be running while you're doing that
22:59:11jhMikeSsaratoga: huh? no, for both. this keypress works in both
22:59:11saratogawhat works for both?
22:59:11jhMikeSvol- to show fw partition instead of data
22:59:24saratogaeven in the main build?
22:59:40jhMikeSyes
22:59:46saratogatheres no exception for Vol right now
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23:00:02saratogai guess i better add one then
23:00:08jhMikeSaha, then there should be :)
23:00:46gevaertssaratoga: USBPOWER_BTN_IGNORE was introduced in r7674 by amiconn with message "Made the code ignore the power button (On for recorder fm/v2, OnOff for Ondio) to make it easier to enter USB power mode at startup"
23:00:58saratogayeah i misunderstood what he was saying
23:01:13saratogawhat i meant to ask is if we really need to ignore power button presses while inserting USB
23:01:31saratogathat seems like its probably a mistake, since holding power would shut down the player regardless
23:01:35amiconngevaerts: That message is probably backwards
23:01:56amiconnsaratoga: No it wouldn't, at least for the recorders.
23:02:13saratogaamiconn: sorry, i'm referring to the gigabeatS
23:02:17amiconnThose don't have a combined power button, but separate ON and OFF buttons
23:02:18jhMikeSsaratoga: not for gigabeast
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23:04:01saratogajhMikeS: so you want #define USBPOWER_BTN_IGNORE (BUTTON_POWER|BUTTON_VOL_DOWN)?
23:04:24saratogaout of curiosity, what happens if you hold power while inserting USB?
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23:05:00BuscheljhMikeS: may I ask for a MCF5250 test ? :)
23:06:04saratogaor i guess "#define USBPOWER_BTN_IGNORE (BUTTON_POWER|USB_BL_INSTALL_MODE_BTN)" would be more correct
23:09:10jhMikeSsaratoga: BUTTON_POWER shouldn't have to be there
23:09:18saratogaarrrrgghhhh
23:09:48jhMikeSI don't seem to recall that it matters with anything
23:10:26saratogayeah thats what i figured
23:10:30jhMikeSBuschel: I need a test file for 12117, getting stuff for atrac3 was sort of a pain
23:10:32CIA-16New commit by 03saratoga (r29890): The gigabeat S needs special casing so that you can still hold vol down to access its firmware partition. Additionally, the same logic should apply ...
23:11:34BuscheljhMikeS: attached
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23:12:26saratogaBuschel: we've got an official test file now for atrac3: http://download.rockbox.org/test_files/atrac3_lp2_132.oma
23:13:14jhMikeSwe ought to require one when a codec is committed, without exception
23:14:22bertrikjhMikeS, yes, that makes a lot of sense
23:14:29jhMikeSif a codec isn't very popular, it at times be a pain to either find files or set up something to make them
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23:17:05jhMikeSI did find some .at3 package where a good portion of the files fail
23:17:33jhMikeSFrom the looks of it, they shouldn't
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23:17:59jhMikeSthey were short videogame tracks though ... not very useful to benchmark
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23:19:10jhMikeSbut they are longer than FUN_RM_132.rm :)
23:19:41saratogait took me all afternoon to figure out how to make that atrac3 file
23:20:12BuscheljhMikeS: it's long enough for quick measurements. but it is a pain in the ears ;)
23:20:18saratogai think its basically impossible to encode atrac3 on anything later then windows xp
23:20:22jhMikeSlol
23:20:52jhMikeSI think someone said to add the codec to the Wow64 directory
23:21:17jhMikeSI guess that's for 64-bit only though
23:21:33BuscheljhMikeS: I've got some other tracks as well -> http://samples.mplayerhq.hu/real/AC-atrc/
23:21:55saratogai ended up having to install sonic stage on an old XP machine, burn the test flac file to CD, and then let it rip the CDR
23:22:22saratogaeven their old DS codec wouldn't install on XP SP3 IIRC
23:23:00kugelsaratoga: heard of virtual cd drives? :)
23:23:20saratogayes but i have no idea how to use them
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23:28:57*jhMikeS wonders why DearJohn always crashes the rm codecs in various forms
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23:32:00CIA-16New commit by 03Buschel (r29891): Use more IRAM for mpc on S5L870x. Speed up decoding by ~2%.
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23:35:50CIA-16r29891 build result: All green
23:36:27jhMikeSresults posted
23:38:20Buschelwow
23:38:31Buschelmore than I expected
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23:47:14CIA-16New commit by 03Buschel (r29892): FS #12117: Use more IRAM for atrac3. Speeds up decoding from 1-2% (PP5022, PP5024, S5L870x) to 11% (MCF5250).
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23:51:06CIA-16r29892 build result: All green
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