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#rockbox log for 2011-07-13

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00:52:41Tornesaratoga: hm?
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01:25:25n1sTheSeven: did you find a better fix for the usb issues?
01:25:40TheSevenyour fix seems to be working perfectly fine
01:26:57n1smaybe the issues reported on nano2g's with my patch are rockbox specific then
01:27:54Viperfangn1s, what issue are you having?
01:28:58n1sViperfang: connecting usb would hang the ipod completely, i made a patch that fixes it for me but some nano 2g users reported that it made usb conncetions less reliable on their players
01:28:59TheSeveni've tested the same patch on my nano2g, and passed it to several other people, nobody noticed a regression
01:29:35Viperfangmine does that occasionally
01:29:42TheSeventhe code has made its way into freemyipod svn in the meantime, so i'd expect bug reports to come up with the next emcore release, if at all
01:29:48Viperfang(Classic 2nd gen)
01:30:03TheSeventhat's probably a different, software-side issue though
01:30:23TheSeventhe one we're talking about was 100% reproducible, USB connections never worked unless booted through DFU
01:30:30n1sTheSeven: ok, i'll keep an eye out for that and wait a bit longer
01:30:37ViperfangIt did it all the time until the disk was partitioned instead of having the filesystem directly on the disk
01:31:12TheSeveni have testing builds with the patch applied both to emcore and rockbox lying around in case you find some testers
01:31:27TheSevenand you might want to do regression testing for the rockbox bootloader, as i've only tested it with emcore
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01:31:45TheSevenViperfang: that's a purely pc-side issue then
01:32:53TheSevenheh, we have rgb666 on the ipod classic as well!
01:33:58TheSevenlet's see if rgb666 is sufficient to get away without dithering, while maintaining reasonably good picture quality
01:34:37ViperfangWhat android package do I need to compile rockbox?
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01:38:18n1sTheSeven: is a bad rockbox bootloader recoverable on the nano2g?
01:38:28TheSevenyes
01:38:50TheSevenon the nano2g this works like on the old ipods
01:39:00n1si just need to find a voulonteer then :)
01:39:26TheSeventhe bootloader is just written to the firmware partition, and disk mode is still accessible no matter what nonsense we're doing :)
01:39:57n1sthat is very nice :)
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03:34:05JdGordonwtachi: saratoga: rockbox isnt going to use librbcodec directly?
03:34:37*JdGordon suggests libs/rbcodec
03:40:10wtachiJdGordon: no, it is
03:40:30wtachiroot.make includes rbcodec.make, which builds librbcodec.a, which is then linked into rockbox
03:41:16JdGordonhttp://www.rockbox.org/irc/log-20110712#22:11:04 worries me
03:41:47JdGordonbut ok, if it is going to use the .a then you should pull all the code out of apps/
03:45:02wtachisaratoga was doubtful, while I think having its own directory is cleaner
03:45:10wtachiI'm going to bring it up in my next ML post
03:45:50JdGordonuse the libs folder already there
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04:09:18[Saint]Anyone have an opinion on the "cleanest"/best way to include a .nomedia file in the /rockbox dir on RaaA?
04:10:16[Saint]I'm wondering: a: Generate it as needed, or b: copy it as needed from somewhere in the source as required.
04:10:46*[Saint] is sick of seeing all the .wps related images in his Gallery ;D
04:12:01[Saint](and if I read a commit right...we _should_ be able to do themeable keyclick, track skip beep, <generic event> tones in the future...so we don't want those being picked up by Google Music and Friends either)
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04:17:51JdGordonjhMikeS: speaking of which... whats does themeable tones mean?
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04:18:06JdGordonload a .wav and play it for the keyclock/whatever?
04:19:19[Saint]JdGordon: That's what I assumed, yeah. I guessed it wouldn't be limited to .<extension X> though, we'd probably have the full reign of all the supported codecs since the playback engine is handling it.
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09:02:15Taco_PrincessHas the android port been improved in the past few months?
09:05:23Taco_PrincessDownloading the latest build and will decide for myself
09:05:39[Saint]There has been multiple commits that touch it...if thats what you're asking.
09:05:49[Saint]Its still in active development.
09:06:41Zagorit's still not what I'd call polished
09:07:06Taco_Princessit looks more or less how I remember it being a few months ago
09:07:21[Saint]the look won't change.
09:07:34Taco_PrincessOh
09:07:42Taco_PrincessI was thinking maybe the UI would be tweaked for android
09:07:56[Saint]that's far from being terribly important at this stage.
09:08:12Taco_PrincessI don't personally think that the UI works very well with touch controls
09:08:22[Saint]I'm working on a theme for it...but real life and sickness has got in the way lately.
09:08:24Taco_Princessanyway, what are the major things being ironed out right nwo on the android port?
09:08:25ZagorTaco_Princess: the plan is to make a "rockbox library" and a separate android client which uses this library.
09:08:46Zagorbut this will take a while
09:09:03[Saint]Taco_Princess: what resolution is your device?
09:09:15[Saint]I may have a theme that you'll find a lot better than the present one.
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09:10:29Taco_PrincessI have a droid incredible
09:10:36Taco_Princesswhich I think is 480x800?
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09:10:41[Saint]480x800?
09:10:45[Saint]yeah..one sec.
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09:12:57[Saint]Taco_Princess: Extract http://www.datafilehost.com/download-79c8dae1.html to your sd card, then boot Rockbox and select "DEFAULT" from Settings - Theme Settings - Browse Theme Files
09:15:04Taco_PrincessEh... Thanks. I already uninstalled rockbox though. I didn't really see myself using it alot.
09:15:22Taco_PrincessI like it for dedicated music players
09:15:28Taco_Princessbut it doesn't seem a good fit for android
09:15:31Taco_Princessatleast not for me
09:16:25[Saint]Yeah...I mean who wants to be able to play ~~25+ different codecs anyway, and have the finest control that any media player for Android offers anyway, right? ;)
09:17:20Taco_PrincessNo, I'm not bashing what you're doing. It just isn't to my tastes.
09:17:48[Saint]I was being sarcastic, don't mind me. :D
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09:23:28ZagorTaco_Princess: you are not alone. many of us core devs would like a native android UI too. it just takes a lot of work.
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12:52:22JdGordonundefined reference to 'main' trying to build the sims... http://pastebin.com/UcQZAdtf
12:52:26JdGordonanyone seen that recently?
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14:31:05[7]has anyone ever seen an LCD freak out if you don't write enough dark pixels to it?
14:34:34Viperfangnope
14:39:42[7]if i slowly fill a part of the screen with white, contrast will steadily decrease, and at some point the LCD will shut off completely and won't go on any more until i soft reset it, even if i write black pixels again
14:40:28[7]if the number of black pixels drops below ~20% it will shut off
14:40:33kugel[7]: yes, I've seen that
14:40:54[7]at 37% black pixels contrast is perfectly fine
14:40:55kugelbut it was a software error in higher level code
14:41:11[7]so the range from 20-40% seems to affect contrast
14:41:33[7]kugel: something going wrong during panel init? or what do you mean?
14:42:27kugelit displayed garbage, the problem was IIRC in bmp code (so that's most probably not your problem)
14:42:53[7]yeah, but that wouldn't affect the contrast of pixels not being written to, right?
14:43:23[7]yesterday i had the same issue the other way round: too much black => panel shuts off
14:44:08[7]also, if i suddenly write a huge pile of white pixels, contrast will stay normal for a quarter of a second and then drop to almost zero
14:44:27[7]this seems to suggest that something's wrong with one of those charge pumps or something
14:46:05[7]anyway, being able to poke at the lcd from the command line or python scripts is worth a lot :)
14:46:51[7]it's terribly inefficient - but hey, it works :)
14:46:53[7]at least for testing
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15:03:50JdGordoncan someoen try building the sims please? codecs arent linking for me...
15:07:07Viperfangis that the SDL (200)
15:07:17[Saint]no.
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15:07:53JdGordonsdl is actually what i shold have said :)
15:07:53JdGordonsmis/s
15:08:03JdGordondl will be the same for that though
15:08:15[Saint]heh...mind reader ;)
15:08:36JdGordonand terrible ssh lag causing horrible typos
15:11:17[Saint]gah....
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15:11:29*[Saint] flips over to ubuntu to build JdGordon his bloody sim ;)
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15:12:11Viperfanghmm, cba to configure sdl
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15:14:49[7]JdGordon: use a sane IRC client then :)
15:15:05*JdGordon thought ssh+screen+irssi was sane?
15:15:12JdGordonits my shit net connection
15:15:56OY1RHow can i convert avi and or mp4 files to be playable on an Ipod ?
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15:21:19OY1Rmake that an ipod gen5 with rockbox installed.
15:22:38[Saint]OY1R: WinFF
15:22:48OY1Ripod classic 5th gen
15:23:03[Saint]there's no such thing
15:23:17[Saint]what you have is a 5th gen, a Video...not a Classic
15:23:28OY1ROh
15:24:04[Saint]And the application you want to convert your media painlessly is called WinFF
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15:24:15[Saint]google it. It has presets for all Rockbox targets
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15:29:25*JdGordon fears every cabbie.wps is going to need updating pretty soon
15:29:39[Saint]why?
15:30:21[Saint]draw ordering going back in won't (or _shouldn't_) break anything in cabbie.
15:30:38[Saint]iirc I was bloody careful not to overlap *anything*
15:31:50JdGordonwe'll find out :)
15:32:32[Saint]It won't even break my RaaA cabbie that *does* rely on some overlapped images
15:32:56JdGordontiny bit of image corruption in e200's cabbie
15:33:03[Saint](because the images that overlap do so for a reason, and the transparency used means it doesn't matter which is drawn overtop of the other)
15:33:19JdGordonshuffle icon
15:33:57[Saint]image corruption? what would be causing that? that sounds like something other than simply draw ordering is breaking things.
15:34:51JdGordonyou're going to love this...
15:35:00JdGordon%?ps<%xd(D)>
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15:36:04[Saint]I kinda hope someone else steps up if cabbie *does* break...I really don't have the time of late. I've either been too busy or too sick or too in hospital to finish the RaaA cabbie I'm workign on. And that's up the top of my todo.
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15:36:27[Saint]JdGordon: what's wrong there...?
15:36:39JdGordonI'm not sure, but I know you *hate* that style
15:36:40OY1Rdissconnected
15:36:56JdGordonOY1R: we have logs..
15:37:06[Saint]JdGordon: Hmmm....? Um, no? there's a very high likelyhood I wrote that ;)
15:37:20amiconn[14:31:05] <[7]> has anyone ever seen an LCD freak out if you don't write enough dark pixels to it?
15:37:33mc2739JdGordon: sim/sdl/w32sim builds work fine here
15:37:34JdGordonreally? unlikely.. the rest of the file uses the old conditional syntax
15:37:45JdGordonmc2739: thanks, yeah, issue with my checkout, its working for me again
15:37:49[Saint]the syle I *hate* is pointless inclusion of the false param when it's unneeded. (is. %?XX<foo|>
15:38:03amiconnIf it's a normally-black lcd (which I guess it is) this means the charge pump is too weak (probably because of settings) to supply all pixels
15:38:22OY1Ryea i see thanks.
15:38:24amiconnThe complete shutoff is probably some protective circuit for the charge pump and/or the panel itself
15:38:33[7]amiconn: it's normally-white
15:38:47OY1Rthe connection onboard is ok for speed but kinda unstable at times.
15:39:01amiconnHmm, that's odd
15:39:17[7]so it's a bit weird that the more load the charge pump has, the better the constrast will get
15:39:28[Saint]JdGordon: what res is the e200?
15:39:38[7]so i'd assume that it's just some wrongly-set regulation parameters for the charge pump
15:39:42[Saint]also...what do you mean by "old conditional syntax"?
15:40:37OY1Rdo i need to install anything special on rockbox in order to view the videos ?
15:40:39amiconnThe 1st/2nd Gen LCD (greyscale) has a similar problem (contrast depends on amount of black pixels, pixel bleeding). Rockbox has improved charge pump settings compared to the OF, but even those cannot avoid the effect completely
15:40:50[Saint]"%?ps<%xd(D)>" is what all of the cabbies I updated are using...I don't get what's 'wrong" there.
15:40:57amiconn(this is passive matrix, hence the bleeding)
15:40:58[Saint]JdGordon: ^
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15:42:06[7]amiconn: the panel itself stays on after that shutoff, it's just that the contrast drops to a barely visible value
15:42:50[7]you can only tell that there's still content on the screen from one specific angle, and from that angle you'll see bleeding along the rows as well
15:43:08[7]so this also tells me that something is wrong with the charge pump
15:43:18[7]too bad i don't have a datasheet for that bugger
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15:43:35[7]vendor 0x38, device 0xc4, in case you've ever seen that
15:44:08JdGordon[Saint]: nothing is "wrong" there... i need to fix this bug :)
15:44:10[7]the general protocol matches this controller: http://displaytech-us.com/pdf/application/TFT_DriverIC/ILI9340.pdf
15:44:26[7]however some of the configuration registers don't match
15:44:42[Saint]JdGordon: I was wondering what "the old conditional syntax" is...all the cabbies I updates have pretty much identical code.
15:44:55[Saint]*s/updates/updated/
15:46:15[7]for example, registers e0/e1 are blue gamma control, e2/e3 green, e4/e5 red, each one of them gets 11 bytes of data
15:46:47JdGordon[Saint]: %?bc<%xd(Ba)|%xd(Bb)>
15:47:51[Saint]that's perfectly fine if there's two cases in the condition...that also isn't anything to do with shuffle. I'm confused.
15:48:24JdGordonnever mind
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15:49:21[Saint]iirc, %?bc is...hold? which has an image for the open/closed lock. shuffle just displays in the true case as the "backdrop" for it is (where possible) incorperated into the backdrop.
15:50:39[Saint]ht main thing that confised my was "old conditional syntax"...as, afaik, there's only ever been the one. So, the "old" syntax is still the "new/current" syntax for conditions.
15:50:49[Saint]gah!
15:51:04[Saint]*the, *confused, *me
15:51:14JdGordonconditional syntax for display subimages
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15:52:25[Saint]it's the *new* style (the one that's used in like...~2 places in the source) that I hate.
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15:53:01JdGordonand we've come full circle
15:53:20[Saint]I much prefer the "long winded" style...as you don't have to have the subimages ordered in any particular way, and can display them out of sync.
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17:10:48pamaurywhat does HAVE_BUTTON_DATA means ?
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17:45:46pamaurypong
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17:48:54wodzdo I need to somehow initialize usb serial driver in rb?
17:49:29pamauryno, it is done by the core
17:49:40pamauryusb_core.c, on set config
17:49:43pamauryiirc
17:49:50pamauryor something similar anyway
17:51:14wodzweird.
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17:52:14pamaurywhy ?
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17:54:41wodzI added printf("active: %d, length: %d", active, length) at the begining of usb_serial_send() and I always get active=0
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17:55:59wodzpamaury:^
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17:58:23pamaurywhen do you call it ?
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17:59:12pamauryif active=false it means that init_connection is never called so you never receive/process the set config packet
17:59:21pamauryor your driver is not enable
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18:00:29pamauryomg, tweaking the s3c2440 target is a real nightmare
18:00:56wodzpamaury: http://www.pastie.org/2207884 - this is my bootloader code.
18:01:41wodzthe device enumerates correctly
18:02:54pamaurythis is to be expected: when you call usb_serial_send, the device has not yet completely enumerated, so the driver has not been completely initialized
18:03:12pamauryexcept if this hacky sleep(HZ/2) does the work
18:03:28wodzHZ*2
18:03:36wodzbut this doesn't seem to matter
18:04:10wodzwhat's the less hacky solution?
18:05:11pamauryit's doesn't really matter, I think it's buffered correctly so calling it at any time should do
18:05:34pamaurybut you data wiull be discarded :-/
18:06:23pamauryif it wasn't the bootloader, you could listen to messages but I'm not sure it works in the bootloader
18:06:49pamauryso if I were you, I would replace yield(); by usb_serial_send("bla"); sleep(HZ / 2);
18:06:56pamauryand delete this sleep(HZ / 2)
18:07:16wodzlets try
18:08:55wodzthis doesn't work - active is never 1
18:09:52pamaurythen you device doesn't enumerate properly
18:10:07pamauryor the driver is not enabled
18:10:49pamaurysee usb_core.c: USB_REQ_SET_CONFIGURATION is the request which trigger the init_connection
18:10:56pamaurysee if it is received
18:11:06pamauryand check that the serial driver is actually enabled
18:11:15wodzpamaury: http://www.pastie.org/2207937 - output from lsusb -v
18:11:29wodzso it *does* enumerate
18:11:49pamaurycomplete enumerate ends when sending the set configuration packet
18:12:52pamaurywhat about dmesg ? any error ?
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18:14:07wodzpamaury: wireshark shows host->device SET CONFIGURATION Request and device->host SET CONFIGURATION Response
18:14:24wodzdmesg doesn't show any error
18:14:53pamaurythen the serial driver is not initialized, that could happen if usb_serial_request_endpoints fails for example
18:15:06pamauryyou should really debug usb_serial to see what is called and what is the result
18:15:34wodzthan it shouldn't show bulk endpoints in lsusb isn't it?
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18:16:36pamaurygood point
18:17:06pamaurythen check that USB_REQ_SET_CONFIGURATION is processsed and see why it doesn't call the init_connection of usb_serial
18:19:56wodzgood catch - USB_REQ_SET_CONFIGURATION is not processed. Where should I dig?
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18:22:34pamaurywhat mean of debugging do you have ?
18:22:39wodzlcd
18:22:53pamauryI would suggest to dump all control requests in usb_core_control_request
18:23:14pamaurythat's probably too much but you wrap up, only the last one will be interesting
18:23:58wodzoutput to lcd is painfully slow so I guess I'll hit timing issues
18:24:58pamaurypossible, you should try and see :)
18:25:10pamauryit's true that printf is not really fast
18:25:29wodzwhat exactly is interesting? what fields of req?
18:25:54pamauryat least bmRequestType and bRequest; wValue is interesting too
18:26:30pamauryyou could always hack something to buffer the output and print it in the main loop of your bootloader
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18:31:06wodzpamaury: http://www.pastie.org/2208030
18:32:24pamauryDoes someone know if the "toolset" field on tools/configure is actually used ? I doesn't seem to really work :-/
18:33:07pamauryset configuration is never received by the device
18:33:19pamauryit's request 9
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18:34:24wodzI don't understand this at all than
18:35:24pamauryfirst two requests are get device desc, then get config desc, then various strings
18:35:37pamaurydoes this match the wireshark output ?
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18:38:06wodzbut wireshark show also SET CONFIGURATION Request and SET CONFIGURATION Response at the very end
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18:39:17pamaurywith which status ?
18:40:39wodzResponse is with URB status: Success (0)
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18:45:54pamaurythen your driver might be buggy
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19:04:03wodzOF doesn't handle other standard request than bRequest == 6 at all
19:04:53pamaurythat seems unlikely
19:05:22wodzthat is the fact - I am reading OF usb code
19:05:43pamauryyou can't have working usb if you just implement this; and your device is not compliant with the spec
19:06:22pamauryperhaps the hardware handles everything else ?
19:08:01wodzthat would explain why wireshark sees the response
19:08:28pamaurybut that would be really weird
19:08:41pamaurybecause the hardware cannot really process this one correctly
19:08:45wodzhey - its chinese chip :-)
19:09:54wodzpamaury: is it possible to send arbitrary crafted control packet to the device?
19:10:23pamauryof course
19:10:33pamauryuse libusb
19:11:05wodzso I guess I have to send known setup request and look how does it look on the device
19:11:11pamauryyou can inspire from this: pamaury/pa-tools/blob/master/usb_debug/usb_debug.c">https://github.com/pamaury/pa-tools/blob/master/usb_debug/usb_debug.c
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19:38:47wodzpamaury: how can I set bConfigurationValue field with libusb_control_transfer ?
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19:39:37pamauryit's the low byte of wValue or something similar, there is no such field int he setup packet
19:42:18wodzsending this: http://www.pastie.org/2208324 doesn't trigger SETUP interrupt
19:43:14pamaurytry with other values of wValue like 2
19:45:11wodzthe same, but I accidently set bmRequestType to 0x41 and this triggers SETUP interrupt
19:46:58pamaurythen I would except the chip to have a dedicated interrupt when it receives a set config
19:47:22wodzat least datasheet doesn't mention one
19:47:57pamauryhum see, in dev_info
19:48:14pamaurythere is cfg_number
19:48:21pamauryand dev_en
19:48:42pamauryso it's handled by hardware
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19:50:10wodzset address is handled in hardware also
19:50:58wodznow how to make use of this in rb than
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19:55:02pamaurywhat is csr_done ?
19:55:50pamaurydid you get some code for the rk27xx or not ?
19:56:19wodzI have OF SDK
19:56:34pamauryis there code for usb ?
19:56:39wodzyes
19:57:20wodzcsr_done is set by the driver after usb reset/soft disconnect-reconnect cycle
19:58:16pamaurycould you send it to me ? perhaps I can have a look and see how it's done; otherwise we'll have to hack something ugly
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20:16:04pamaurywodz: could you see if setting rx0voiden does something ?
20:17:25wodzsure
20:19:58wodzpamaury: no this doesn't change anything
20:21:27pamauryit doesn't generate any interrupt ?
20:26:27wodzI don't see any unusual irq
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20:28:51serenityhi
20:28:58pamaurycould you dump dev_info at regular intervals ?
20:31:46wodzhmm we are probably interested of the change during enumeration right?
20:32:59pamauryyes, it could be possible to use a tick task to monitor this register
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20:35:17pamauryin fact I would even go for a little more complicated scheme
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20:48:05wodzpamaury: distinct values logged: 0x700000, 0x100000, 0x1000cd
20:51:25wodzthe code is like this http://www.pastie.org/2208663
20:51:43pamaurywodz: could you try to set dev_info to 0xffffffff on init (I know it's RO but try anyway :))
20:54:33wodzpamaury: doesn't work
20:55:51wodzit seems to be truly RO
20:57:40pamauryI have another idea but I need to check something
20:59:08serenitythere is one comment in my blog you should know about: "Is there a port of rb for the desktop? It has so much features desktop programs don't have."
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21:01:35wodzserenity: SDL RaaA is something like this (in some sense)
21:01:58serenityoh, will have a look
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21:24:25wodzpamaury: whats the idea?
21:26:20pamauryusing two configurations in way that config 0 is never used but only config 1. This way, when config 1 is chosen, the register is updated accordingly
21:27:27wodzI don't get
21:28:51pamaurythe register is set 0 on reset. But the default config is 0 too, so you can't know when the set configuration request is sent
21:29:27wodzaa now I understand
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21:38:38pamauryhum, I'm a bit puzzled
21:40:38wodzpamaury: sending SET CONFIGURATION request changes cfg_num in DEV_INFO and doesn't trigger irq so this is handled purely by hardware
21:41:48pamauryyes, but the values you showed me don't reflect a configuration cfg_num of 0 even though the rockbox's first config has number 1
21:41:53pamauryso it's a bit strange
21:42:50wodzthe values I showed you all have cfg_num = 0
21:43:08pamauryyes, so this is strange
21:43:30pamaurycould you see with wireshark what is the wValue associated with set configuration ?
21:44:22wodzbut sending this: libusb_control_transfer(hdev, 0, 9, 1, 0, 0, 0, 512) changes this register
21:44:53wodzalthough only cfg_num=0 or cfg_num=1 is accepted
21:46:21pamauryI'm interested in the value sent by the kernel
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21:47:24wodzinteresting - kernel sends wValue = 1 and this doesn't change DEV_INFO.
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21:47:57wodzbut initial cfg_num (before our usb reset) is 1
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21:50:00wodzand sending packet like described above changes cfg_num in DEV_INFO
21:50:44pamaurycould you change bConfigurationValue in usb_core.c to something else ?
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21:52:04wodzhmm it ignores first request for some reason. You have to send it twice to take effect
21:55:26wodzit doesn't like bConfigurationValue = 3
21:55:43pamaurywhat do you mean ?
21:57:07wodzif I choose 0 or 1 I can influence DEV_INFO by sending twice the request, 2, 3 is completely ignored (although wireshark shows successful response)
21:59:17wodzthis core is weird at best :-)
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22:02:09pamauryindeed
22:02:55pamauryhum, wait, there is bit 7 is dev_info which might be interested
22:03:49pamaurycan you dump dev_info on each irq ?
22:04:08wodzok
22:10:25wodzpamaury:
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22:11:10wodzDEV_INFO captured in ISR is always 0x100000 but captured at the end of main() is 0x1000e0
22:11:41serenityso. RB → Ipod Nano, Ipod Nano → Car Stereo, Controlling Car Stereo → Ipod doesn't work
22:12:14bertrikI know for the set_address command there is a special sequence in some USB chipsets
22:12:25pamaurywodz: end of main ? but you have an infinite loop :-/
22:12:39wodzhmm first two calls of ISR have 0x700000 actually
22:12:40bertrikso the response to the set_address command is still sent as a response from address 0, IIRC
22:12:49wodzpamaury: just befor while(1)
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22:14:07wodzbertrik: this is not about set address, this is about set configuration
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22:14:31bertrikjust a suggestion, there could be a similar mechanism
22:15:18gevaertsI can't think of a reason why hardware would ever care about the confiuration number
22:15:39pamaurymeh, it's a chinese chip ! ;)
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22:19:46wodzpamaury: there is Start Of Frame interrupt source which is masked
22:20:11pamauryyes but it's not interesting, and far too high rate
22:20:17gevaertswodz: I doubt you want that
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22:31:05wodzhmm, it looks like the whole SoC is build around Socle's platform - they have ARM7-ej core in offer, in SDK there are references to Socle
22:31:24pamaurywhat is a Socle ?
22:32:21wodzhttp://www.socle-tech.com.tw/en/service_47.html
22:36:03pamaurydoes it help ?
22:38:16wodzno
22:42:15pamaurycould you try something ugly for me ?
22:42:56pamauryin usb_serial_get_config_descriptor, replace ep_out by ep_in
22:43:02wodzheh
22:43:04pamauryand see what linux says
22:43:08pamaury:)
22:44:32wodzso ep_in will be twice right?
22:44:36pamauryyes
22:46:45wodzlinux says OOPS :-)
22:46:53pamaurycool
22:47:06pamaurynow use wireshark to see if it sends a set configuration
22:47:13wodzsysfs: cannot create duplicate filename '/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1a.7/usb1/1-3/1-3:1.0/ep_82'
22:47:37wodzand than Call Trace follows
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22:49:29wodzyes it sends set configuration
22:49:49wodzbut DEV_INFO reads as 0x700000
22:51:00pamauryhum, I would like to make sure linux doesn't send set configuration to see if the bit 7 of dev_info is relevant
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23:15:26bastihi there. is it possible to change the keybindings for the sansa clip in the source code? i would like to acticvate the key lock when "home" is pressed long, like in thr original soft/firmware
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23:24:52wodzbasti: it is possible. Look at apps/keymaps/keymap-clip.c
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23:35:35bertrikI think this is about the clip+, since the clip has a hardware keylock
23:37:10wodzthe question was about clip
23:38:48pixelmadon't they use the same keymap file still?
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