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#rockbox log for 2011-06-21

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00:09:43EspreonLovely, KDE detects my iPod as some Toshiba device (when Rockbox is active). But God knows how outdated this thing's build of Rockbox is.
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00:42:35sideralkugel: I agree with Slasheri that declaration of struct search_instruction inside another struct is bad. Aggregation is OK, but not nested declaration.
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00:46:30sideralOtherwise, the changes look fine
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01:06:38EspreonAnd HEAD no longer runs on my Video iPod. The Rockbox splash appears, it says "Scanning disk...", and I get a white screen that says:
01:06:43Espreon"Data abort
01:06:58Espreonat 0001D568 (0)"
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01:17:20EspreonAt least 3.8.1 works, thus I'll be able to live.
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07:36:37kugelpsideral: what's wrong with nested struct declaration?
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08:14:30Slasherikugelp: it makes the code (and especially diffs) hard to read
08:17:15kugelpI disagree about the former
08:19:46kugelpthe diff was unlucky, and making it look nice is not a top priority
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08:22:40*kugelp doesn't consider readability of diffs as an argument pro or against coding patterns
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08:36:38sideralkugel: I think declaring a type nested in another type, but then using that type at top level, is confusing (despite being legal C).
08:37:40kugelusing at toplevel?
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08:38:16sideralYep, the nested type is used for variable (pointer) declarations elsewhere
08:40:03sideralThere's not much point in arguing, though. If it's too confusing for the maintainer of that code, he or she undoubtedly will change it back; if not, then fine. There wasn't much point in changing it to a nested declaration in the first place, though.
08:41:54kugelchange it back if you want to, I can't follow that it's confusing. I rather find it makes it clear that both structs are really tied together, so less confusing
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08:49:45sideralkugel: Right now you're that maintainer I was referring to :) , so no, I won't change it back. I firmly believe that the coder is always right; but people who have an investment in the code may still legitimately criticize it. So if it's more convenient for you right now, then fine by me.
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08:50:17kugelI'm hardly the maintainer
08:50:24sideralyes you are :)
08:50:31kugelbecause I touched it last?
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08:50:48sideralgotcha!
08:55:45*kugel doesnt want to be maintainer of that code :)
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09:01:02JdGordonnested structs should be limited to anon-structs only
09:01:11JdGordondont let outside code use the type
09:01:40amiconnAnon structs aren't official C though
09:02:29sideralamiconn: struct X { struct { int a; } b; }; is perfectly legal C AFAIK
09:03:14sideralamiconn: as is struct { int a} b;
09:03:23sideralstruct { int a; } b;
09:05:27sideralamiconn: this has always been true. Are you referring to anonymous unions, perhaps?
09:06:17amiconnNo, I'm referring to this: http://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/gcc-4.6.0/gcc/Unnamed-Fields.html
09:06:34amiconnIt seems that it's allowed according to C1X now.
09:07:27B4gderc1x is not fixed yet though is it?
09:07:28amiconnThe same part of the docs for gcc 4.5 does not mention C1X
09:07:53sideralYeah, that's what I meant. It was introduced as anonymous unions in C++ in the 90s, AFAIR, and later was generalized to struct and to plain C
09:08:12sideralThat's not what JdGordon meant though
09:17:38sideralConfusingly, the interwebs seem to call unnamed structs (structs with no name tag) "anonymous structs" as well
09:17:51sideralbut these are two different things
09:18:57sideralSo I guess JdGordon should have declared only nested _unnamed_ structs legal :)
09:20:12JdGordonyar
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10:04:48gevaertskugel: did you see the report about current trunk data aborting on ipod video last night during dircache scan? Not many details, but...
10:05:20kugelgevaerts: I saw that yes
10:05:34kugeldircache scan works on my e200, I checked before committing
10:06:11kugelon, I checked on the fuzev2
10:06:13kugelno*
10:06:21gevaertsOK. I'll have a look tonight on my ipod video, to make sure
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10:55:16subsisthi
10:55:43subsistI have a ipod nano model : MA978ZP
10:55:49subsistwill it work with rockbox?
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11:03:53linuxstbGoogle says that's a 3rd gen, so unfortunately not.
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11:21:05subsistok, thankyou
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11:30:13Espreonkugel: Is there anything I can do to get you more information?
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13:27:09sideralbluebrother: Can you make your bot respond to greetings such as pempa's and questions such as "anyone here / can anyone help me?" with a generic "Welcome. Please ask away and patiently wait for a response"?
13:31:24acka/win 32
13:31:30ackdamn :)
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15:01:22Tornewhy does rockboxdev.sh build the toolchains outside the source directories? in build-binutils and so on? doing that is what makes it require makeinfo; if you let it build inside the source dir it uses the existing info files as intended.
15:04:18Tornehm, okay that hack breaks gcc building :)
15:04:24Tornebut nonetheless!
15:04:35*Torne finds ancient binutils mailing list threads about this :/
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15:07:38Zagorisn't makeinfo part of most distros anyway?
15:07:41Torneno
15:07:47Tornetexinfo is not build-essential
15:08:26Zagorbuilding outside the source lib makes it easy to clean up and retry a failed build
15:08:37Tornerockboxdev.sh already throws the source dir away anyway
15:08:49Torneit refuses to retry from an existing unpacked dir :)
15:09:16Tornethis issue has been known in binutils since at least 2007 :/
15:09:22Torneit's a makefile bug, really
15:09:34Torneit should be smart enough to copy the prebuild .info files across to the build dir
15:09:41Torneif they are newer than the .texi
15:10:41Zagoryes
15:12:43*Torne has a look.
15:15:29Tornethis is some hilarious automake crap
15:15:36*Torne is slightly afraid.
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16:16:22n1sTorne: iirc build in source dir is should-work-but-probably-won't-and-the-gcc-people-don't-really-care
16:17:27Torneright.
16:17:29Tornei have discovered :)
16:17:45Torneunfortunately automake's handling of texinfo is such that building out of tree doesn't work correctly
16:18:13n1si thought −−disable-docs would drop the makeinfo dependency
16:18:15Tornebecause of weird arcane arguments from ten years ago about distributed vs nondistributed info files and weird GNU conventions
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16:18:19Tornenope
16:19:26Tornethere's no such option
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16:21:20Torne(in any of the toolchain, afaict)
16:22:18n1swe pass it to configure in rockboxdev.sh
16:22:18Tornethat doesn't mean it exists or does anything.
16:22:18n1strue :)
16:22:18Torneconfigure accepts any old crap
16:23:21n1smakes me wonder why it was added then
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16:27:48Torneit was added when we reorganised everything and moved to /usr/local
16:28:05Tornei may have missed somewhere, i dunno
16:28:19Tornebut it doesn't look like any of the configure.ac files in binutils or gcc reference it :)
16:28:34Torneand libbfd still tries to run makeinfo regardless.
16:28:37n1syeah r26600
16:29:37n1sthe message doesn't mention anything about it and it's not in the patch from the referenced FS task
16:29:37*Torne suspects someone was just experimenting
16:31:07n1sanyway, why is requirirng makeinfo a problem?
16:31:14Torneit's annoying
16:31:21Torneit's not in build-essential and it's not actually required
16:31:36Zagorcorrection: it should not be required :-)
16:31:37Torneit's only required because the automake generated makefiles are retarded
16:32:15Torneand it makes the build take longer :)
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18:48:12Strife89http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/GerritDemoGuide So, y'all are migrating to Git after all? Dang ...
18:48:37n1syes
18:48:38Tornewe decided that at devcon
18:48:44Tornethe discussion now is exactly how tod o it :)
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19:35:58Slasherikugel: not sure if related to your dircache changes, but it seems that dircache no longer re-inits when database disabled it during commit and asks it to re-init
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19:42:34CIA-27New commit by 03miipekk (r30047): Try to handle dircache rebuild event properly. Playlist should now ...
19:43:32kugelSlasheri: technially it doesn't do pointers anymore
19:44:00Slasheriwell, IDs. but practically still "pointers"
19:44:18Slasherithose IDs can go out of sync the same way
19:44:22kugelyea, but it shouldn't be called pointers outside of dircache.c
19:44:29kugelit's confusing
19:46:17Slasheriwhether it's id or direct memory location, it still points to one entry in dircache
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19:46:48CIA-27r30047 build result: 2 errors, 0 warnings (miipekk committed)
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19:47:13Slasheriouch
19:47:45Slasheriwhat in earth apk..
19:47:54Slasheriprobably not my fault :)
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19:50:45Slasherisideral: when dircache rebuilding works again (kugel?), you should check if the problem (2) still exists
19:54:29sideralWill do Slasheri! Do you have a patch that would apply to the 3.9 branch (pre-dircache rework)? Then I could probably test it sooner
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19:57:14Slasherisideral: nope, but if you want, you could try to apply the previous commit to the 3.9 branch
19:57:28Slasheriprobably it just needs one modification to the playlist.c
19:58:40Slasherisideral: it probably complains this: playlist->filenames[index] >= 0, just change condition to != NULL
19:58:58sideralOK, will try later tonight
19:59:16Slasherigreat, thanks!
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20:14:49amiconnHmm, how does disabling a build client work again? And is it possible to disable a client for certain architectures only?
20:16:18kugelamiconn: just stopping runclient.sh to disable it
20:16:33kugeledit this file and re-run to select archs
20:16:37gevaertsamiconn: amiconn add it to blockedclients in the buildserver svn bits
20:16:39amiconnI mean server-side (thinking about disabling android on lillebror)
20:16:58CIA-27New commit by 03gevaerts (r30048): Block lillebror1-zagor, broken android bits
20:17:05*gevaerts illustrates :)
20:17:13gevaertsIt's all or nothing
20:17:15amiconngevaerts: So disabling individual architectures is not possible?
20:17:20amiconnah ok
20:22:53amiconngevaerts: Hmm, it doesn't seem to trigger a rebuild
20:23:12amiconnImo it should, given the reason why clients are being disabled
20:23:16kugelamiconn: oh sorry, misunderstood
20:24:09gevaertshm, good point
20:24:22amiconnRe-enabling doesn't need to though. Implementing that type of logic might be difficult
20:24:35kugeldisabling completely encourages fixing better
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20:32:14RansomTimeHaving trouble with reinstalling RB on my SansaClip+, it started crashing and cycling reboot today. So I uninstalled RB with RockboxUtility, and attempted to reinstall. The utility gave an error on extraction, and didn't install. Install log: http://pastebin.com/psVztaZD
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20:49:03RansomTimeon further inspection, looks like the filesystem is messed up
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21:04:13JessicaRNHola folks, hey, in the newest build, is there a limit on the number of files any single directory can hold? I'm using an archos jukebox recorder w/ 120gb disk formatted to fat32
21:05:08JessicaRNI'm seeing a "buffer full" message and the play window seems to only load 1000 files.
21:05:10B4gderJessicaRN: yes, and there's a setting that allows you to change that limit
21:05:25JessicaRNb4, will that require a rebuild?
21:05:35B4gderno, but a reboot
21:05:47JessicaRNsweet. what's the downside?
21:06:00B4gdera little less RAM left to buffer audio with
21:06:01gevaertsRAM usage, i.e. battery time
21:06:48JessicaRNbattery time? hows that? it seems that once you load the buffer it becomes static.
21:07:09Tornethe audio buffer
21:07:31Torneincreasing the file limit increases the size of the directory buffer, which means the audio buffer has to get smaller; there is only a fixed amount of ram
21:07:39JessicaRNi'm not too worried about the audio buffer. I've got it set to 0 now and i get no skips.
21:07:56TorneNo, you don't
21:07:57gevaertsThat's the anti-skip buffer, not the audio buffer
21:08:02JessicaRNahhh
21:08:03JessicaRNok
21:08:06TorneThe audio buffer is always the entirety of free ram
21:08:08JessicaRNgotcha
21:08:11Torneit contains the tracks that are upcoming
21:08:16JessicaRNcool
21:08:22Torneso, the smaller it is the more often it needs to spin up the hard drive and load more mp3s
21:08:28JessicaRNok. i'll play with it.
21:08:32Tornethus your battery life will be slightly smaller
21:08:38JessicaRNAHHH. thus the battery time impact
21:08:45JessicaRNcool
21:08:51Tornegenerally i would suggest that having thousands of files in one directory is not a very good arrangement
21:09:00Tornebut the setting is there, you can change it :)
21:09:36JessicaRNI have everything else in artist>album sort. this directory (about4k songs) is the one-hits
21:10:21JessicaRNanyone know how much ram is in an archos juke/recorder? v1
21:10:32B4gdera massive 2MB
21:10:40B4gdertotal
21:10:51B4gderand that's used for code, data and buffering etc
21:11:27JessicaRNwow. I guess, now we're playing with power....
21:11:35JessicaRN*grins*
21:11:56JessicaRNhmmm... any good workarounds?
21:12:27JessicaRNI really don't wanna break up the directory. I love the 4k shuffle.
21:12:56JessicaRNor, should I say, I could care less about breaking up the directory if I can keep my 4k shuffle
21:13:01gevaertsYou can still shuffle if it has subdirectories
21:13:21JessicaRNhow does that hit the buffer?
21:14:07gevaertsI don't think it does
21:14:53JessicaRNand it will still shuffle across all the subs?
21:15:15Torneyes
21:15:23JessicaRNsweet!
21:15:28JessicaRNYou all are rockstars
21:15:29Tornethe maximum playlist size is seperate from the maximum directory size
21:15:47JessicaRNI can deal with that
21:16:32JessicaRNfor a decade old piece of equipment, this juke/recorder is still a very nice device. I'll cry when it finally dies.
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21:17:46BuschelTorne: http://pastie.org/2102827 seems to fix the fPIC sim build issues on Linux and cygwin
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22:28:16Slasherikugel: can't use flashed ram/rom image at all because of that
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22:32:27Slasherikugel: hmm, something weird is going on.. now everything works fine
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22:34:43kugelSlasheri: remove the dircache.dat
22:34:44Slasherikugel: ok, boot at first ram image, then rom image or vice versa -> crash. Dircache relocation does not work?
22:34:54Slasherikugel: that is not the proper fix
22:35:04kugelit is
22:35:14kugelthe old code didn't check DIRCACHE_MAGIC
22:35:26kugelwait, then it should work
22:35:36Slasherithe cache file will be removed automatically when there has been a crash
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22:36:16kugelI checked dircache resuming by enabling it for other targets with a hack
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22:37:01sideralkugel: You should consider adding a check for DIRCACHE_MAGIC to the 3.9 branch so that users find it easier to upgrade or downgrade when the next major version is released
22:37:08Slasherikugel: with different images rockbox has non-identical memory layout
22:37:23Slasheriprevious version of dircache prevented resuming to a different address
22:37:36kugelsideral: perhaps not a bad idea
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22:37:53kugelSlasheri: yes but that's not necessary anymore now
22:37:58Slasherisideral: i don't think that was the problem in this case
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22:38:29Slasherikugel: indeed.. and now the new system doesnt handle that properly
22:38:49kugelit did in my tests, I'll have a look tomorrow
22:39:01Slasherii can constantly crash the target by selecting a different image
22:39:29kugelthe same image works?
22:39:34Slasheriyes
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22:43:47kugelSlasheri: how's it exactly crashing?
22:44:07hobby16I'm trying to patch the Sansa firmware to set the FAT_ATTR_VOLUME_ID bit of a directory (trick proposed by sideral yesterday to hide the dir from the host pc), I have tried for hours but to no avail. I suspect the fat_rename function (in fat.c) must be patched, can anybody give me a suggestion please ?
22:44:26kugelgevaerts: did you look at the ipod thing?
22:44:27Slasherikugel: it halts completely during bootup (rockbox logo displayed)
22:44:38gevaertskugel: not yet
22:44:39Slasherimost probably during dircache loading
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22:44:57Tornehobby16: did you not understand what we suggested yesterday?
22:45:01Tornewhy do you need to modify rockbox?
22:45:19kugelSlasheri: I'll look into it tomorrow (and check logs)
22:45:28Slasheriok, great
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22:47:33hobby16@Torne, I've decided to modify rockbox because it's not easy at all to change the Volume-ID bit on a Windows host (the usb HD must be unmounted before and on Windows 7 or XP, it's impossible !!). At least that's what I end up concluding, do you think it's correct ?
22:48:03Torneno, it is quite easy
22:48:47Torneget a proper disk editor
22:48:54Torneit should take all of ten seconds
22:49:28hobby16@Torne I must use a wrong sofware then. I've used HxD as a diskeditor (and many others) and asked the question yesterday. Maybe can you tell me what to use ?
22:49:30Tornewindows doesn't prevent you modifying a mounted disk, which is j pretty funny but hey.
22:49:34Torneuseful for you :)
22:49:43gevaertskugel: also get a data abort on first boot with a current build on ipod video
22:49:44Tornejust don't actually look at or access the disk
22:50:00Tornepatch the directory and as soon as the write is done yank the disk out
22:52:06hobby16@Torne ok, the guy there misled me then, saying "Access Denied under Windows 7 on flash drive" is the norm, please advice : http://forum.mh-nexus.de/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=438
22:53:08Tornealso you *can* unmount devices on windows
22:53:18Tornejust go into the disk admin thingy and remove all the mount points for the partition
22:54:56hobby16@Torne : ok, I'll try to unmount. Is HxD the right disk editor to use ? (I've found the byte & bit to change, but was blocked by the readonly problem)
22:55:18Tornei have no idea
22:55:28Tornei don't know any random piece of software you happen to have :)
22:55:42Torneyou may be opening the wrong device, though
22:55:47Torneyou want to be editing the physical disk volume
22:56:03sideralhobby16: You might also consider developing under Linux, where everything is shiny and bright ;)
22:56:22Torneheh, this machine doesn't have a backslash key
22:57:08hobby16@torne, that's what I did, with rockbox, then with a 120M usb key, but the readonly problem is permanent
22:57:15Torneyou wnat to edit //?/Device/Harddisk<somenumber>/Partition1
22:57:26Torneexcept with backslashes
22:57:32Tornenot the DOS style drive letter
22:58:04Tornethe drive letter is a mount point, not a physical disk; the semantics of accessing it are different (for poorly explained reasons)
22:58:18Tornea sensible disk editor would offer either
22:59:32hobby16torne : "a sensible disk editor". Is there any on windows you know of ?
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23:00:09Tornei am fond of runtime software's diskexplorer
23:00:13Tornebut it costs money
23:00:24gevaertskugel: it crashes in parse_line()
23:00:30gevaertsWhich is in tagtree.c
23:01:01hobby16@sideral, I'm already on Ubuntu with Virtualbox (Win7 host) but (my) Ubuntu does NOT emulate usb, grrr (anything shiny, hmmm)
23:02:58hobby16anyway, I've tried to change the firmware to issue a command "change this f..g volume-id bit", It seemed much more predictable. Can anybody still help with a suggestion on where to do it ?
23:09:30Tornevirtualbox *does8 emulate USB
23:09:37Torneyou just need to actually tell it to hook up the device to the VM
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23:09:56Tornemodifying rockbox to do something you need to do exactly once seems crazy :)
23:10:10gevaertsDoes anyone have a 64mb ipod video around? Do current builds boot on those?
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23:10:29Tornegevaerts: i have one, but haven't tried recently :)
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23:12:31sideralhobby16: modifying Rockbox isn't going to be easy. I'd add a low-level function that does this near (and similar to) the FAT mkdir function, then call this new function from within the unmount code
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23:13:58hobby16"modifying rockbox to do something you need to do exactly once seems crazy :)". NO, it's would be a customer application and it will be used on many rockbox target (I hope so)
23:13:59gevaertsTorne: no point I guess. My mini2 also data aborts
23:14:06Tornegevaerts: ah
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23:16:33hobby16@sideral, thank you for your point, that's what I thought, but was not sure. There is a fat_rename() in fat.c, can it be used to rename a dir (normally, it's for files)
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23:17:21sideralhobby16: I don't know
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23:20:44pamauryhobby16: a dir is a file
23:20:54pamaury(on fat)
23:22:19hobby16@pamaury, great news, so I'll try to use fat_rename() to change the volume_id bit of a dir.
23:22:34hobby16?
23:22:58pamauryI don't see the relationship between renaming and changing a flag bit
23:23:59hobby16well, in fact I just want to change a flag bit, but I don't know where and thought fat_rename() is the function to call. Can you confirm ?
23:26:18sideralhobby16: I merely suggested to use fat_rename as inspiration for how to find a directory entry's flags and how to read and write them
23:26:37pamauryyou can probably do it in fat_rename but given that all the info needed to identify the main entry is in te fat structure, you can write your own function for this (and inspire from rename or open to see how it works)
23:26:45hobby16I have /mydir on rockbox, I want to set the ATTR_VOLUME_ID bit (0x8). Maybe easy cake but not for me.
23:26:49sideralI guess there's no way the current rename function will do the work for you
23:27:48hobby16@sideral, no no, fat_rename is proposed by me because it's (for me) the most likely candidate. But I don't know how to go on, hence asking advices here
23:27:49*gevaerts decides to try the good old splashf() debugging
23:28:38pamauryhobby16: wait a second, I'll try to write something quickly to give you a hint
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23:29:47hobby16@pamaury, great, if more convenient, send it to me here hobby16@free.fr Thanks in advance
23:30:36gevaertshobby16: for short bits of code people tend to use pastebins
23:31:10pamaurynote that actually, all the work in nearly done in update_short_entry
23:32:23hobby16@pamaury, I note update_short_entry. wow, that's a great hint !
23:33:29hobby16yeah, use pastebins please
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23:34:34gevaertshrm, two-byte aligned structs will cause data aborts, yes...
23:35:49pamauryhttp://pastebin.com/zRhNavh8
23:36:11pamaurythat untested, but it should give you an idea
23:37:52hobby16@pamaury, that seems perfect, many thanks !!!
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23:42:34sideralgevaerts: can you identify the checkin that added the access caused the crash in tagtree.c?
23:42:47gevaertssideral: no idea. I know the line though
23:42:56sideralgimme
23:43:18gevaertssideral: get_format_str() gets given an unaligned pointer
23:43:51gevaertsAt first sight that pointer is in the correct range, so it's probably not just some uninitialised memory
23:46:05sideralgevaerts: Interesting. I'm asking because I'm observing a different tagtree failure while testing Slasheri's latest fix: My tagnavi_custom.config apparently is not read
23:47:00sideralThis is a build without kugel's changes, though. I cherry-picked Slasheri's fix on top of a build based on the 3.9 branch
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23:48:18amiconnhobby16: Direct disk editing should work on Vista or 7 the same way as on earlier versions of windows. The tool needs to "run as administrator" though (unless you've disabled uac)
23:49:01amiconnNon-admins don't have low level disk access, but that applies to XP/ 2003 as well
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23:49:29Torneamiconn: if that was the problem he wouldn't be able to read the disk in the first place
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23:56:23hobby16Great, pamaury short code seems to do exactly what I want. The bit is set properly. Testing now... Anyway, many thanks to you all.
23:57:56hobby16@amiconn, the readonly access problem is real as described here by Mael (the author of HxD) : http://forum.mh-nexus.de/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=438

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