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#rockbox log for 2011-10-22

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00:06:50feteruIs there any upcoming support for the Clip Zip?
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00:43:40feteruDoes anyone know when the Clip Zip will be supported?
00:47:33pamaurywe don't have timelines, it will be when it will be
00:48:14pamaurythere is a good chance that it will be in a near future since it's very close to the clip+ we can't tell for sure
00:54:17n1sbluebrother^: yes, the sender can't control where actual files end up in the fs on the device
00:54:55n1sthe way ot can work is like the tar archive thing in the beast bootloader that will extract the tar archive to the correct place
00:55:31n1ssame thing could probably be done with zip but i think it's not worth it just for a smoother install
00:59:35feteruthank you!
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08:32:21CIA-14New commit by 03fredwbauer (r30820): fix r30818
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08:34:30CIA-14r30820 build result: 0 errors, 1 warnings (fredwbauer committed)
08:41:24antil33ttut tut
08:43:47pixelmaBuschel: that auto-change directory bug has never been fixed - if by chance or magic it went away while fixing something else then it's still there. I usually don't use this feature so can't tell for sure at the moment and don't have the Ondio with me currently
08:44:33pixelmaif it *didn't*
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09:06:43sintheteki've noticed that on ubuntu 11.10 64bit, my amarok both crashes a lot and seems unable to restore previous playlist on restart
09:07:10sinthetekand if you restart it without access to the db, the track-count drops back to zero
09:07:33sinthetek(eg you have to switch the file-view to play anything)
09:08:22sintheteki figure that last problem might be known/expected (but it still kinda sucks when using amarok on a mobile device)
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09:22:14Lloreansinthetek: This doesn't sound like something that belongs in #Rockbox.
09:36:31sinthetekoh snap
09:36:36sinthetekmy b
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10:02:43CIA-14New commit by 03fredwbauer (r30821): Revert r30818
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10:44:52*bertrik wonders why that got reverted
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10:50:12kugeljhMikeS: ping
10:52:32[Saint]lol: commit, fix, fix, revert, fix revert.
10:53:07[Saint]in an (almost exactly) 12 hour period.
10:59:23kugelhehe, indeed
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11:00:25pamaurylol, strange commit succession
11:04:17z180i have disassembled my THOMSON DAP
11:05:14z180but i am unsure if rockbox supports it because it only has a power button
11:05:37z180all input goes over touchpad
11:05:50LloreanRockbox doesn't support anything other than the listed players.
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11:06:26z180i am willing to contribute a port
11:07:06Tornez180: we support touchscreens and othe players exist that only have a power button + touchscreen, so if you are going to do a port then that shouldn' tbe a problem
11:07:32z180yippeh
11:08:50Tornehttp://www.rockbox.org/wiki/NewPort
11:08:58z180the touchpad is from synaptics
11:09:03[Saint]If it has its own specific touchpad, you'll need to figure out how it works, though.
11:11:31[Saint]ture/false, and true/false in specific points shouldn't be hard to figure out. But some of these devices have support for gestures in the original firmware that presently Rockbox knows nothing of.
11:12:01[Saint]...oh, actually...the Fuze+ port might have made some ground there.
11:12:16LloreanIf it's a two dimensional space, "grid mode" from the touchscreens would actually probably make a really good starting point
11:12:45z180yes the previous owner told me that even volume inc goes over gestures
11:13:21Tornethat's not really a barrier to porting
11:13:33[Saint]Oh, certainly not.
11:13:44pamaurythe processor/soc is the important part
11:13:55Torneit just means that unless you also implement improvements to our touchscreen UI you'll have to use regular point based input
11:14:10Tornegetting it to run at all is enough work to be getting on with :)
11:14:10[Saint]pamaury: Do you have gestures working in your F+ port?
11:14:34z180telechips 770 already listed as supported
11:14:54pamauryNo, i don't plan to use the hardware features because it's very poor and I still have to implement something to recognize some basic gestures
11:15:26[Saint]pamaury: Ah, right. I couldn't remember how far you'd got with the touchpad.
11:15:27pamauryAt some point, having a "general" gesture recognition might be interesting
11:16:33kugelpixelma: ping
11:16:50z180the microdrive doesnt have a CF connector
11:18:03pamauryz180: you will probably have to do some reverse engineering of the firmware if you want to port it
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11:32:59z180yes i have tolls for that but almost no knowledge of arm asm or the reversing tools
11:33:27z180*tools
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11:38:06pamaurythen you'll have to learn :) You can use either objdump (but I feel it is akward) or ida pro
11:45:17kugelthere's actually no caller of do_menu where parent != NULL except time&date screen
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11:48:25bertrikkugel, it would be nice to have some tool to detect that kind of thing, and detect (for example) completely unused functions too
11:48:51bertrikA few weeks ago, I removed a function that has been unused for 5 years! :)
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12:06:49CIA-14New commit by 03kugel (r30823): Fix backwardly named variable.
12:07:22kugelhm
12:07:29kugeldcommit doesnt return :(
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12:09:25CIA-14New commit by 03kugel (r30824): Fix buttonbar and line padding in time&date screen. ...
12:09:36kugelhaha
12:09:56kugelthe build round was done before dcommit return
12:10:20pamaurykugel: I raised this issue but the swedish told me it was not the case, just "chance"
12:11:35CIA-14r30824 build result: All green
12:13:45pamaurybut I really fell that with dcommit it completes the build round before going on
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13:03:00bluebrotherthat's not a dcommit issue. It's waiting for svn, and that sometimes takes long to return. Happens with plain svn too.
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14:17:43pamaurywhat does the "MT" sign stands for on a chip ?
14:20:57dfktmicron technology?
14:23:03bertriksometimes logos can be more distinctive than letters
14:23:25bertrikmicron is usually memory chips I think
14:23:38dfktyes
14:23:40pamauryit's either a dram chip or a flash chip, I think it's a dram
14:23:50pamaurybertrik: do you know the stfm1000 tuner chip ? Is it compatible with some other or do you have the datasheet ?
14:24:01dfktmicron makes dram, nand, etc
14:24:38bertrikpamaury, no
14:25:21bertriksomehow there are quite a few fm chips that are similar to si470x, but with a different register mapping for example
14:28:01dfkti see the clip zip in /tools/configure - is there a working bootloader already?
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14:30:03bertrikdfkt, no, but it compiles :) It's currently set up to unconditionally boot the OF
14:31:44dfktaww :)
14:32:05dfkti just got my clip zip - anything i can help/support you with?
14:33:28bertriknot really, maybe you can flash an original firmware with a 'T' suffix in the file name and check the diagnostics menu
14:33:49bertrikso, we can see if it's a "Visionox" and "Si4702" type
14:34:01Zoiahpamaury: is there any place where all sansafuzeplus+ development is located? How to use the elftosb, imx_hid_recovery, etc. tools seems to be scattered everywhere.
14:34:11dfktah yes, sandisk and their sneaky switching of components
14:35:34bertrikpamaury, stfm1000 seems to have RDS support
14:36:02pamauryZoiah: will answer you in a few minute, need to be afk. The wiki will contain all this information
14:37:40ZoiahWhich wiki? http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/SansaFuzePlus seems to be in a very outdated state.
14:38:45bertrikpamaury, also there appears to be a linux driver for it
14:39:03bertrikI couldn't find a datasheet with all register + their meanings yet
14:46:00pamauryZoiah: SansaFuzePlus is not outdated, it's just the wiki page for the Fuze+, the SansaFuzePlusPort is the one relevant
14:46:21pamauryI've not yet describe how to interface all tools because it's a bit tricky
14:46:34pamauryand I want to write a tool that does everything
14:47:32ZoiahI thought it was outdated because of "Unfortunately, we do no t yet know how to use this recovery mode." among other things.
14:48:39ZoiahIf it's not for public consumption yet, that's also fine. :)
14:49:41dfkt<bertrik> so, we can see if it's a "Visionox" and "Si4702" type <−− confirmed, both the same on mine
14:49:55pamaurywell yes, it's partly false, we know how to use the recovery mode to upload some code to it
14:50:08pamauryI'll fix that
14:50:17bertrikdfkt, ok, good, we have datasheets for those :)
14:50:38dfktnice :)
14:52:57Zoiahpamaury: ohh, and one comment. At least on Ubuntu Oneiric 11.10 'gcc -Wall -O2 -std=c99 `pkg-config −−libs −−cflags libusb-1.0` -o imx_hid_recovery imx_hid_recovery.c' doesn't build, because the library is before the compilation. I need to put the `pkg-config` behind it for it to work.
14:53:02bertrikmaybe you can also check if it's possible to downgrade the original firmware version, dfkt ?
14:53:31Zoiahpamaury: http://pastebin.com/vAfVnPX2
14:53:41pamauryZoiah: ok, I'll change that
14:54:05bertrikor just see if it accepts the current firmware version again for flashing
14:54:33pamauryas always, baidu has some datasheet for the stfm1000 but it doesn't have the register description http://wenku.baidu.com/view/abbdf74be45c3b3567ec8bd6.html?from=related
14:55:59LalufuI'd like to programmatically switch to the WPS screen. Is this doable? If so, how?
14:56:52dfktbertrik, i went from firmware x.17 "a" to "t" to "a", then to x.15 "a" - no problems
14:57:06bertrikgood :)
14:57:16bertrikthanks
14:57:42dfktyou're welcome, can't wait to get audio pan/balance on that thing :)
14:58:52pamauryI think the linux code for the stfm1000 will have to do
14:58:56JdGordonLalufu: depends from where
14:59:14bertrikBTW, does anyone know of a simple way to run a small piece of ARM code (with no hardware access) in an emulator, and modify/inspect registers before/after running the code?
14:59:57bertrikdfkt, this should be one of the easier ports
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15:00:14LalufuJdGordon: I don't know. Background: most of the IAP playback control works by sending button events. those usually just work on the WPS screen.
15:00:16dfktonly difference is the screen, the fm chip, and the microusb port, i assume?
15:00:31dfktto the clip+ i mean
15:00:36LalufuSo the idea was to switch to the WPS screen as soon as IAP commands are detected, so that button events work as expected.
15:00:56bertrikyes, basically, also the button mapping is a bit different. And microusb port should not make a difference in software.
15:01:19JdGordonLalufu: you're probably better of calling the proper functions for the button instead of letting the wps handle them
15:01:25JdGordons/probably//
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15:01:35bertrikand the fm chip in the sansa clip zip will probably work without modification in rockbox, although without RDS
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15:01:55dfktrds doesn't work in the stock firmware either ;)
15:02:24LalufuJdGordon: where are those functions defined?
15:02:36JdGordonLalufu: depends what you need to do...
15:02:48JdGordonsimple once like audio_pause()/audio_stop()
15:02:52JdGordonones*
15:02:56Lalufufor a start play/pause/stop/next track/previous track/ff/rew
15:03:04Lalufuthe last two are tricky.
15:03:05pamaurywow, the linux code for stfm1000 RDS is 1500 lines long
15:03:06bertrikdfkt, I wondered about that ... some people say they have RDS, but sandisk doesn't advertise it
15:03:35dfktbertrik, i only get random garbled letters on some stations, not the station id - and nothing on other stations (known to have rds, from my car radio)
15:03:36bertrikpamaury, I think we should split the RDS processing code from the tuner driver(s)
15:04:12JdGordonLalufu: yeah, not sure how ff/rwd works.
15:04:17bertrikbasically RDS sends out 8-byte frames, where each frame can be part of a larger message
15:04:34LalufuJdGordon: currently it just does, if I keep sending ff/rew events :)
15:04:44pamauryI thought RDS was rather simple, the stfm1000 code look sextremely complicated
15:05:11bertrikso I think we should make a generic RDS processor, that takes the 8-byte frames, checks and reassembles them into larger messages
15:05:25JdGordonLalufu: see apps/gui/wps.c ffwd_rew()
15:05:53JdGordonthat is pretty bad,s omeone shld fix the audio api to set a ffwd/rewind start/stop function
15:06:00dfktthe random letters are always four on the zip's screen - which would be exactly 8 bytes i assume?
15:07:31pamauryis the clip zip tuner chip the same as in the fuze+ which both have rds support ?
15:09:01bertrikdfkt, I don't know, I'd have to look it up in the spec. AFAIK, the station name is carried in two frames, carrying 4 station name characters each
15:09:25bertrikpamaury, no, the clip zip seems to have an si4702 compatible, probably an si4703
15:10:10pamauryisn't it the same as in the fuze+ ?
15:10:12bertrikThere is a bit of difference between RDS in europe ("RDS") and in the US ("RBDS"), but I thought it was only minor differences
15:10:35LalufuJdGordon: assuming that, for now, switching to the WDS screen would save a lot of pain, is that doable?
15:12:07JdGordonI don't advise that...
15:13:02JdGordonLalufu: can i see your patch?
15:14:23Lalufuthere's a GIT tree at http://git.camperquake.de/gitweb/gitweb.cgi?p=rockbox.git;a=shortlog;h=refs/heads/iap-rework
15:14:39LalufuI can cook up a diff against my last merge with the master branch
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15:15:40bertrikpamaury, sorry I don't know exactly what fm tuner chip is in the fuze+
15:16:37JdGordonLalufu: a diff would be better :)
15:16:42pamauryI think it is a si4703, I did some tests but don't remember
15:19:09JdGordonLalufu: I think being really nice to jhMikeS and begging/bribing him to get a nice ffwd/rewind API into playback is the way to go :)
15:40:11LalufuJdGordon: http://ryoko.camperquake.de/temp/iap-rework-diff-r30804.diff
15:40:27LalufuThat's not from the tree published at git.camperquake.de, but from that tree+a lot of logf()
15:42:57JdGordonLalufu: dont use IAP_MALLOC_DYNAMIC if that actually wraps about buflib handle...
15:43:12JdGordonmalloc and buflib are very different
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15:44:49LalufuI can rename that, it's just an easy way to enable dynamically allocated memory for the RX/TX buffers (it defaults to static buffers)
15:46:30JdGordonok, you're in apps/ so there is no reason you cant use the playback api directly...
15:46:43JdGordonavoid passing key events anywhere or things might break
15:47:01JdGordonalso, think about splitting up the file into a subdir and smaller files
15:47:48JdGordon(even better would be to split it completly into a seperate library :) )
15:48:47Lalufuyeah, I thought about that. It's getting way too large.
15:50:15Lalufuafk for a while
15:51:44LalufuJdGordon: yes, the code is in apps/, but it's tightly tied to the core code, by plugging into the serial interrupt handler and the button handler.
15:52:11JdGordonok
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15:54:38Lalufubut the serial handler is on my list of things to get rid of. If I can figure out how.
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16:05:01kugelmy albumart fails to decode
16:05:24kugeland wtf happend to the widgets
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16:19:13kugelhm, it was installed on the sdcard
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16:57:53bertrikdfkt, so indeed it seems to contain an si4703 which is basically the same as the si4702 in some clip+ players, but with RDS functionality added
16:58:21bertrikand basically the same (or slightly more?) battery capacity as the clip/clip+
16:59:31bertrikthe thing with the green sticker must be the SoC, the thing in the topright the flash memory, the smaller rectangular chip below the SoC is the fm tuner, I don't know what the rectangular thing between the SoC and the flash is
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17:38:31bluebrotherkugel: pong
17:38:48kugelbluebrother: did you see my last commit? I wonder if that was an issue for you?
17:38:56kugelI guess not
17:39:08bluebrotherno, it wasn't.
17:39:37bluebrotherI had strange crashes after buflib came in. That disappeared after various buflib fixes, so I assume it was related to that.
17:39:53kugelI got an exception, and thus the rockbox logo was always shown
17:40:21kugelhm, I should have mentioned the actual symptom in the ci message
17:42:35kugelbluebrother: while I like the AA in the notification area, I think the app icon shouldn't be hidden
17:42:43kugelhave you tried AA on the right side?
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18:15:58funmanhello
18:21:20[Saint_]kugel: You still have the app icon in the status bar...I don't see the problem really.
18:21:30funmanbertrik: how is clipzip port going?
18:24:13[Saint_]Of course, someone might have their statusbar hidden...but, that's a non-default personal choice that no one should really bother catering for.
18:24:28bertrikfunman, still waiting for the player hardware
18:24:44bertrikdfkt made some photos of the insides
18:24:46funmanbertrik: ah, didn't you order it weeks ago? any ETA?
18:24:51funmanon ABI ?
18:25:34[Saint_]bertrik: Hasn't it been like, ~5 weeks now?
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18:27:11bertrikfunman, he posted them on -community. It's been four weeks now, I'll get an update on monday
18:29:20bertrikfunman, I can do some more preparation. For example, the code to set the OLED brightness of the R,G,B components is apparently some complicated formula that is difficult to figure out.
18:29:21funmanbertrik: you still have a link to the pics? i'm curious to see how it ressembles other ams
18:29:39funmanyou didn't identify the screen controller?
18:29:50bertrikI could just run the code on an emulator for a limited set of brightnesses and use a table
18:30:28bertrikfunman, http://img.elektrokrishna.com/images/15460629326576860729.jpg http://img.elektrokrishna.com/images/23317636826245781269.jpg and http://img.elektrokrishna.com/images/43004704065272451097.jpg
18:31:32bertrikI know which OLED controller is used (just 2 commands don't match the datasheet) and I think I also know which OLED display is used, but apparently there is a custom calculation to go from brightness to R,G and B currents
18:31:36bertrikor voltages
18:31:41funmanat least the plastic cases are compatible ;)
18:46:53mc2739kugel: did you see FS #12337 was reopened? also, additional comments have been added
18:46:53fs-bluebothttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12337 3r30773 breaks all skin fonts (bugs, new)
18:47:32kugelmc2739: no i didn't. I should have been notified IMO
18:50:43mc2739kugel: it's odd that a notification wasn't sent. I thought flyspray would do that.
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19:37:23kugelmc2739: I'll have a look tomorrow, g2g now
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21:54:01bertrikfunman, I think you ran some code in an emulator once, during development of AMSv1 or AMSv2, right?
21:54:33bertrikCan you help me run some code from the OF? The code in question does some kind of calculation, it doesn't try to access hardware.
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22:42:32bluebrotherkugel: all apps I've seen so far that use a bigger icon in the notification area (contact picture etc) have it on the left side. I don't think we should do it differently just because someone likes it better another way.
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22:43:20bluebrotherkugel: and the Rockbox logo is shown in the notification bar anyway. Putting it in the notification area is a bit too much IMO, especially if the playing track has no AA. Showing the RB logo three times is ... well.
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23:26:35dfkti'm a bit confused, didn't find a solid anwer in the docs - sbs "base skin" contains the header seen on each screen, not just the wps? or is it more than that, or something different?
23:28:24gevaertsdfkt: the sbs defines how non-wps screens look
23:29:08gevaertsI can't remember now what the statusbar does in the wps if you use an sbs
23:29:25dfkthmm, i thought that's defined in the /themes/*.cfg file?
23:29:51gevaertssorry, the statusbar *tag*
23:33:15dfktso i assume for a global custom status bar everything is put in the sbs?
23:33:31gevaertsyes
23:34:31dfktthanks, i will try my luck :)
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23:47:09[Saint]Its a bit more complicated than that.
23:47:24[Saint]Non-wps screens isn't true.
23:47:54[Saint]The .sbs can define most of the .wps also
23:49:01[Saint]An entire theme can *almost* be done with just an .ABS
23:49:08[Saint]*sbs
23:50:19dfkti looked at your android default theme, trying to figure out what goes where
23:50:46[Saint]You'd only need .wps and .fms to load the backdrop since backdrops can't be loaded conditionally.
23:51:28[Saint]The only reason I don't do that in my themes is convention, it would make of hard to read (for some)
23:51:52[Saint]...but yeah, the only thing the
23:52:20[Saint].sbs can't do is backdrops for multiple screens.
23:53:02dfktso a dedicated .wps wouldn't even be needed when one doesn't use backdrops?
23:53:11*gevaerts nods
23:53:35dfktnice, that keeps clutter low, since i don't intend to use them
23:55:39dfktanother thing i can't figure out is using one touchscreen 'button' for both rew/skip (and ffwd/skip, respectively)
23:55:44[Saint]Well...yes and no. It makes code a:more abundant and b:a bit harder to read. As you need to enclose almost everything in %cs conditions to make sure it fires in the correct screen(s)
23:56:07dfktok
23:57:35[Saint]Touchscreen areas is a simple one. A touch area can share "long" and "short" touch defines. Or tap and hold respectively. The tap event wont fire once the hold event is true.
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23:58:47dfkti tried repeat_press, which works for seeking, but then skip doesn't work on the same button

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