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#rockbox log for 2011-11-01

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00:06:54gevaertswodz: I think I'm going to give up. RMAA just refuses to work here
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00:07:52wodz:/
00:08:24wodzgevaerts: please try simple comparision
00:13:57saratogaif you record the output on your sound card i can process it on my windows machine
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00:21:40gevaertswodz: listening to a frequency sweep seems fine to me, but as I said earlier, that means exactly nothing
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00:24:10wodzgevaerts: I was meaning play some well known to you tune on both players at the same time and compare the output.
00:33:07*gevaerts now has recordings of both his mr100 and his gigabeat f (which should also have a related codec...), made on his h120
00:36:44JdGordongevaerts: care to do a manual 1 line commit fix?
00:38:05JdGordonhttp://pastebin.com/gLVii8G0 ? the playlist catalog config file setting got incorrectly changed at some point
00:38:09gevaertsJdGordon: in a minute. I'm first trying to get these recordings uploaded...
00:38:09JdGordonsure, just think it owuld be nice if it got commited :p
00:39:38gevaertssaratoga: gevaerts/mr100.wav">http://www.evonet.be/~gevaerts/mr100.wav and http://www.evonet.be/~gevaerts/gigabeatf.wav
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00:51:44saratogagevaerts: the mr100 sample has very low distortion and noise
00:52:01wodzgevaerts: thank you for your affort
00:52:55saratogarmaa does't like the gigabeat f one, says it can't find the start signal
00:53:51saratogaperhaps it was clipped off
00:53:51saratogabut the mr100 at least seems to produce correct output
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00:54:28gevaertshm, the gigabeat one has a lower recording level apparently. Maybe it's too low...
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00:57:14gevaertsAnyway, if rmaa doesn't show issues, I guess comparing isn't that important
00:57:14wodzok - that excludes codec config error.
00:57:14saratogawodz: did you test your player as well?
00:57:14wodzsaratoga: yes but wine+rmaa+my laptop doesn't play nice
00:57:14saratogawell if you want to record it and send me the output i can tell you the result
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00:57:14wodzsaratoga: I can open gevaerts's mrobe100 recording just fine in rmaa it just doesn't do well with recording
00:57:38wodzbah - it doesn't record input signal correctly
00:58:06gevaertswodz: hold it near a phone and call saratoga :)
00:58:12saratogayou could record it in some other linux program and then process with rmaa then
00:58:35gevaertswodz: do you have proper line in, or only microphone input?
00:59:34saratogaor get whoever complained to do the test for you :)
00:59:35wodz:-)
00:59:51wodzthanks for help - I'll need to get some sleep
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02:01:46[Saint]On the topic of the playlist catalogue...
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02:02:32[Saint]A forum thread made me think "WTF?!?", as it seems that the main menu uses "Catalogue", but the config setting uses "catalog"
02:03:12[Saint]Is it too much to ask to have a consistent language throught? :P
02:03:44[Saint]*throughout
02:04:23[Saint]Or does the core use American English for some reason?
02:06:20JdGordonthe code uses american for some really insane reason
02:06:35JdGordonbut it is mostly irrelevant as there is a menu item for it now
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06:32:05saratogais there anyone at all who can test on the D2 (non-plus)?
06:32:07saratogaLlorean?
06:32:45saratogaFS #12354 looks fine to me but i hate to blind commit without someone at least trying it on a regular D2
06:32:45fs-bluebothttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12354 3WM8985 DAC voltage tweak for Cowon D2 (patches, unconfirmed)
06:33:05saratogaalthough pretty much everything it changes is in an if statement that checks for the D2+
06:33:35saratogasorry I mean FS #12352
06:33:35fs-bluebothttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12352 3Charger detection for newer Cowon D2+ (pcf50635 equipped) (patches, unconfirmed)
06:33:48JdGordonsaratoga: I can tonight (If i remember)
06:33:49saratogaI am not a fan of the former patch, but charger detection seems very useful
06:33:57saratogaJdGordon: great
06:34:03JdGordonjust, remind me :)
06:34:08saratogawell i'm going to bed :)
06:34:16saratogabut if you remember feel free to commit it too
06:37:40saratogaalso if anyone else has an opinion on FS #12353 feel free to speak up
06:37:41fs-bluebothttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12353 3Improvement of the car adapter mode (patches, unconfirmed)
06:38:11saratogai dislike the menu option, and am ambivalent about the other changes
06:38:23JdGordonwhat does car mode actually do?
06:38:53saratogaturns the player on/off with the car ignition
06:39:22JdGordondon't all targets turn on automatically with external power anyway?
06:39:32saratogayeah but they won't turn off
06:39:51saratogaso they'll keep playing until the battery goes dead, which means your music won't resume where you left it when you turn the car back on
06:39:59JdGordonso its really just hooking up headphone detection to external power?
06:40:06saratogaessentially
06:40:27saratogai use it with a clipv1, basically just tuck it out of the way and use it to play music through AUX
06:41:39JdGordonok, well, menu options are cheap, and as long as it doesnt add much clutter there is no reason not to. the config option he used isnt good though
06:41:48JdGordonotherwise i see no reason to not commit
06:42:06saratogathe option seems kind of useless to me though
06:42:36saratogaits pretty specific to his stereo which takes an oddly long amount of time to power on, and it just prevents him from missing a couple seconds of audio since the last time he turned on the car
06:42:55JdGordonso?
06:43:09saratogaits hard to imagine someone even bothering or noticing that this could be adjusted
06:43:36saratogawell ok i don't really care, just saying that even by our standards its a pretty obscure option
06:44:22JdGordonwe have far *far* more obscure ones :)
06:44:38JdGordonbut then, I'm in the camp of "adding options is only a good thing"
06:45:00JdGordondrop the minimum to 0s though
06:45:11JdGordonwith 1s interval
06:46:10JdGordonand I don't think 30s is so excessive for car stereos, especially aftermarket ones
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07:02:21JdGordonsaratoga: hey, if you can do a d2 build for me im much more likely to not be lazy and test it out :)
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08:00:04desowin_what I could be missing that my new target fails with "No rule to make target 'bmp.h' needed by 'action.o'?
08:11:23desowin_oh, I found it - I had 'appextra="gui"', adding recorder there as well fixed it
08:13:02desowin_err, no, wrong directory :( still doesn't work
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08:19:31desowin_well, make reconf didn't catch that - after creating new build directory it works just fine with the "recorder:gui"
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08:50:18JdGordonkugel: have you looked into buflib not stopping playback on new allocs?
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09:05:13kugelJdGordon: yes
09:05:25kugelvery difficult
09:07:35JdGordonis the pcm buffer on buflib also?
09:07:53kugelyes
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09:08:04kugelit's part of the audio buffer
09:08:11JdGordonshame
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09:08:26JdGordonIt would be nice if that was just big enough to keep playing audio while it re-buffers
09:09:02kugelgood idea, but resuming correctly is probably not trivial
09:09:53kugelthe pcm buffer is in the end, and new allocs want space at the front so it would work
09:10:32JdGordonobvious solution, cut the end (or beginning) of the audiobuffer, have playback foprget anything that was there and have it rebuffer when it realises its low on buffered data again
09:10:57JdGordons/obvious/obvious but probably not doable/
09:11:38kugelI haven't tried that, could work
09:12:34JdGordonso no data is actually moving, and audio shold keep playing
09:13:35kugelproblem is you need to adjust the audio buffer boundaries, i.e. messing with buffering
09:14:08JdGordonyeah,which is why you'd have to trash any handles which cross the boundary
09:14:14JdGordonand possibly on the other side too
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09:32:21kugelwhat's about the release?
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11:07:03kugelbluebrother: could FS #12360 possibly be related to the hp detection for android?
11:07:07fs-bluebothttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12360 3Pause (and resume) on headphone unplug not working on iPod Nano 1G anymore (bugs, unconfirmed)
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11:11:43JdGordonwhat do people think about changing skins to only load if the config setting actually changes (or they are loaded manually from the browser/menu) so loading a .cfg will be les likely to pause playback?
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11:14:24kugelJdGordon: sure, I would think that's desirable for all settings
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11:15:01kugeldoes the settings code provide this?
11:15:16JdGordonno
11:15:35JdGordonmost of the settings dont provide the callback which would allow this to work
11:15:44kugelperhaps there's a way to integrate this into the settings code
11:16:11JdGordonnot without alot of work
11:16:18JdGordonand double the memory footprint of global_settings
11:16:36kugelI'm not sure about that
11:16:38JdGordonanyway, this patch seems to work most of the time, changing fonts and possibly backdrops could break it
11:17:03JdGordonat the minimum you need to know which settings changed, as some depend on others so it isnt as simple as calling the callback when they change
11:18:21kugelcould you go through a .cfg per line, and do the stuff if the line changes the current setting?
11:19:05JdGordonlike I said, that wont work for setting groups (think of the eq settings, or all the skins)
11:19:25kugelwhy not?
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11:19:44JdGordonwe *could* decide to not do a full apply if all the settings do have the callback thugh
11:20:00JdGordonbecause some settings depend on other settings, or are logically apllied together
11:20:23kugelhm, bummer
11:20:58JdGordonmy usecase thugh is volume which this would work for
11:21:02*JdGordon has a play
11:21:57JdGordonalso, people really shold try out this branch... jdgordon/rockbox/tree/menushortcuts">https://github.com/jdgordon/rockbox/tree/menushortcuts the shortcut menu is amazingly awesome (if I do say so for myself! :p )
11:23:13JdGordondoes anyone know if the fast readline is actually better than the normal read_line()?
11:25:17kugelwell, readline reads one char at a time
11:25:28kugelshould be pretty slow
11:26:09kugelif we had some cached io (fread/fwrite) it wouldnt be that bad
11:26:47JdGordonsettings_load_config() sohl really use the fast one :p
11:31:42lorenzo92kugel: mgue is rewriting sound part for R0 port, to use directly ALSA instead of SDL...Then we will need to implement the ascoded (here we need some help/explanations to do a clean work)
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11:50:19JdGordonkugel: FS #12361 much easier than i thought
11:50:20fs-bluebothttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12361 3Smart settings_load_config() so it only does setting_apply() if required (patches, new)
11:50:29JdGordonZagor: Torne: any update on git?
11:50:38JdGordonand, the release?
11:52:41Zagorgit is waiting for torne to have time to do it
11:53:35Zagorthe release is something we need to discuss. are we likely to fix the show stoppers anytime soon. should be simply scrap this this release and focus on the next?
11:54:30JdGordonwhat showstoppers are left? if it is only voice I wonder if it is a real bug, noone else has mentioned it (i think)
11:55:06Zagorfs#12310 and fs#12279 both feel like things we want fixed
11:55:07fs-bluebothttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12310 3Crash when inserting USB while playback (since r30097) (bugs, new)
11:55:07fs-bluebothttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12279 3Sansa Clip+: Music playback is returned to the head when wps is changed since r30486 (bugs, new)
11:55:24Zagoramiconn's voice hang is still unwritten afaik
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11:59:35JdGordonanyone online with a target with non-flash storage?
11:59:43TorneJdGordon: next step is probably updating our docs and then we might be good to go :)
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12:00:08JdGordon\o/
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12:05:23*JdGordon really needs someone with a disk target :/
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12:12:31pamaurythat's pretty incredible, I asked the datasheet of the stfm1000 to freescale (a discontinuer tuner chip) and one guy answered me that me searched the whole database and only found one file: a 23-page functional description but no the programming interface
12:12:44pamaury*not
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12:57:11kugelJdGordon: I thought the no-callback-case can be interpreted as "no action needed"
12:59:22JdGordonnot always
12:59:55JdGordonnot during .cfg load anyway
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13:25:27kugel[Saint]: I noticed resizing and the classic transparency ( 0xFF00FF) work even worse together
13:25:56kugelI got resizing&alpha channel to work for upscaling, but there's an issue when downscaling
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13:51:17JdGordonkugel: ideally yes no-callback settings shouldnt need settings_apply() to apply, but in reality that isnt true most of the time
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16:31:58wsa[ptx]hi
16:32:20wsa[ptx]pamaury: are you at keyboard?
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16:35:41pamaurywsa[ptx]: yes
16:38:15wsa[ptx]pamaury: could you add some rockbox-header indicating a licence to imx_hid_recovery?
16:39:23pamaurysure
16:39:48wsa[ptx]pamaury: I'd like to copy it into a mx28-tool-collection we use (and distribute openly)
16:40:31CIA-75New commit by 03pamaury (r30883): Add missing copyright header
16:40:36wsa[ptx]pamaury: great, thanks!
16:40:48pamauryyou're welcome
16:41:41pamauryI don't know if you are interested, but I've done lots of work on the sbtools recently (sbtoelf and elftosb)
16:42:19wsa[ptx]Really? Will have a look what you did there
16:42:26CIA-75r30883 build result: All green
16:45:29wsa[ptx]pamaury: hmm, we might need to keep our projects more compatible to the FSL version...
16:46:36pamaurymy sbtoelf is compatible with the freescale one although it doesn't support everything the freescale one does; it also supports some advanced stuff which is not useful for production
16:47:28pamauryand elftosb has no real equivalent, it's more general than the sbtool of freescale
16:47:28pamauryperhap you means I should have imx_hid_recovery use the same command line as the window tool ?
16:47:32pamaury*mean
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16:47:38wsa[ptx]nope
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16:47:48wsa[ptx]imx_hid_recovery is fine :)
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16:48:20wsa[ptx]for mx28, we need the ivt-extensions of the commands; haven't found that in your code when having (a very short) glimpse
16:48:37pamauryyes I don't have support for them
16:49:11pamaurysince I don't work with mx28, I haven't added support for them but if you tell me what you need, I might add them
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16:49:28pamaury(if there are not too complicated to implement)
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16:50:34wsa[ptx]pamaury: thanks for the offer :)
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16:51:14wsa[ptx]though, the fsl tools work currently (as ugly as they are), and I need to work on the mx28-kernels currently
16:51:36wsa[ptx]with the 3.2-merge window, the basic audio support went mainline \o/
16:52:30pamaurynice
16:53:45pamauryI don't really know the state of imx processors in mainline ?
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16:55:26wsa[ptx]basic suport is there, stuff like i2c, mmc, uarts, dma, fec...
16:55:47wsa[ptx]NAND (which is a beast) is also coming this version, yet I am not entirely happy with the driver
16:56:23wsa[ptx]but we keep on working on that (together with a few FSL engineers)
16:56:52pamauryis that only for mx28 or is it more general ? Yeah although I've never used the NAND interface with the mx, it's a pretty large piece
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16:59:03wsa[ptx]pamaury: except for the i2c-driver, this should be mx23/28 compatible
16:59:16wsa[ptx](and thus STMP378x)
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17:02:03pamauryI secretly hope the mx28 will never make it to the mp3 players market otherwise will all the signing stuff we won't be able to run custom code :)
17:02:10pamaury*with
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17:13:34lorenzo92kugel: okay. it's time to implement ascodec handling for R0 port. At least it should be able to manage audio settings (volume balance...).
17:13:46lorenzo92functions to read/write registers are ready
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17:14:03lorenzo92ascodec model is AS3543 (so it should be already compatible)
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17:14:52lorenzo92i've already seen common/drivers/audio/as3514.c and seems fine: the question. Should I put into it some ifdefs or copy paste it?
17:15:11lorenzo92indeed i2c management, irqs etc are not suitable for this port
17:15:19lorenzo92(not necessary)
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17:19:49lorenzo92as said, our R0 port will use ALSA (now is using sdl, but mgue is coding alsa directly) + AScodec for volumes etc
17:20:20pamaurylorenzo92: it would be better to keep the driver itself and just rewrite the register read/write
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17:20:43lorenzo92indeed, yes....read/write are already fine
17:20:54pamaurybut I'm unsure about the right way of doing it, your port is a bit hybrid ^^
17:21:00lorenzo92hehe
17:21:44lorenzo92audio streaming is done by sdl/alsa, volume (and also other features) will use ascodec
17:21:59pamaurycan't you just write ascodec_write ?
17:22:22pamauryas3514_write sorry
17:22:55lorenzo92yes
17:23:11lorenzo92but then how to define the ascodec+sdl in configuration? :)
17:23:51lorenzo92ah no sorry
17:23:57lorenzo92uhm should be "easy"
17:24:19pamaurynormally you should just write a ascodec driver for your target which implement ascodec_write
17:24:26lorenzo92because HAVE_SDL_AUDIO isn't HAVE_AS3543 or other things
17:24:54pamauryyou might have to tweak some defines, you will see
17:25:06lorenzo92yes of course
17:25:26lorenzo92thanks now I see what to do ;)
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18:10:50lorenzo92uhm still an issue
18:10:51lorenzo92multiple definition of `sound_val2phys'
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18:18:18lorenzo92I wonder why sound_val2phys is double declared...uhm...uhm
18:18:19lorenzo92rockbox/firmware/sound.c:675: first defined here
18:19:36lorenzo92ahh! ok found
18:20:59lorenzo92okay excecutable build without warnings...now I need only to test :)
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18:48:21lorenzo92okay AScodec volume on R0 is working as well as balance. May need some tunings but works
18:48:57lorenzo92for example it doesn't mute and I guess there are too much levels
18:49:25lorenzo92I need to understand a bit better how volumes are set ;)
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19:06:32saratogalorenzo92: on the ascodecs there are two volume levels, one for a mixer and one for the headphone amplifier
19:06:56saratogaso you have to adjust both to get the same dynamic range without pushing the level anywhere in the system so high that it clips
19:07:12saratogasorry "to get the full dymanic range"
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19:09:15saratogai think theres a mute register in addition that just disconnects the headphone amp
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19:12:55lorenzo92saratoga: thanks :)
19:13:58lorenzo92probably also samsung did something like this, but in previous tests I've seen dac amplifier always at 100% uhm uhm
19:14:03lorenzo92will see that
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19:19:48bluebrotherkugel: I doubt it, but that should be easy to check. Just change the debouncing time back and try it. I don't have a Nano1g unfortunately.
19:21:06bluebrotherwho's interested in updating a translation for Rockbox Utility? I'd like to get a new release done soon (and hopefully before the switch to git, since that switch will break my build automation)
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19:25:08saratogawhen we switch to git what does that do for flyspray? do we still upload patches to it or is there going to be some other mechanism for reviewing contributions?
19:25:26bluebrothersaratoga: the plan is to use gerrit for patches
19:25:34bluebrotherand use FS for bugs only
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19:32:17saratogai've seen gerrit used for android stuff before, but aside form the voting bits how is it different then FS?
19:33:33AlexP_mobSaratoga: things like inline comments might be useful
19:34:15saratogathats done through the webui ?
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19:34:45AlexP_mobYeah, Kiev
19:35:02AlexP_mobEr, irrc :)
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19:37:08bluebrothersaratoga: just check the installation at http://gerrit.rockbox.org :)
19:37:23bluebrotherIIRC the sandbox repository is still open for playing around
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19:40:06AlexP_mobThere is a guide on the wiki as well
19:40:39bluebrothercurrent state of Rockbox Utility translations: http://pastebin.com/UEypdbez
19:41:03bluebrotherthere are quite a few that would be good to have updated.
19:41:05AlexP_mobTorne has also sent a few emails to dev about proposed policy etc.
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19:43:53bertrikhow do I disable plugins with multiple source files?
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19:44:02bertrik(like doom)
19:44:08saratogaSUBDIRS?
19:45:36bertrikah yes, I think that's what I was looking for
19:46:35bertrikI'm trying to compile at least a few plugins for the clip zip
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19:47:42bertrikbluebrother, I tried to run the RockboxUtility compiled from SVN yesterday, it segfaulted (64-bit system)
19:48:01bluebrotherbertrik: that's strange. Have you tried cleaning the build folder first?
19:48:15bertrikyes, just a make clean though
19:48:22bluebrotherI've just tried it on my new 64bit build setup and it worked fine for me
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19:48:37bertrikand I cleared ccache too
19:48:42bluebrothertry removing the build folder. It might contain problematic libs.
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19:49:19bertrikeh, build folder, I'm building directly in rbutil/rbutilqt
19:49:26bluebrother(since we hooked up stuff like libmkamsboot in the system but not in the cleaning process)
19:49:37bluebrotheryou'll get a subfolder build in that.
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19:49:55bluebrother(I'm usually building in-tree as well)
19:50:05bluebrotherrm -rf build && qmake && make :)
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19:51:53bertrikhm, still segfaults, maybe I need a more thorough cleaning.
19:52:24bertrikI'll do a make clean, rm -rf build, ccache -C and try the compile again
19:52:59bertrikI suppose a nice make -j3 is acceptable instead of make
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20:01:34saratogais it just me or is it not possible to search gerrit for regular words?
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20:02:41bertrikbluebrother, still segfaults for me
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20:04:34bertrikhttp://pastebin.com/JvPWEZML for the backtrace
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20:10:32bertrikit still happens when I solve the gtk warnings
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20:17:55bertrikmaybe I should clear my RockboxUtility settings? (where are they?)
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20:18:35bluebrother~/.config/rockbox.org/RockboxUtility.ini
20:18:54bluebrotherbut that's really strange, looks like it has problems with the SystemInfo information?
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20:19:44bertrikremoving the .ini file fixed it, but maybe it should have made a backup first :|
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20:20:21bluebrotherhmm, that would have been interesting :(
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20:20:51bertrikoh, another segfault after selecting the device
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20:21:36bluebrotherdoes that crash at the same location?
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20:22:25bertrikyes, this is my .ini file: http://pastebin.com/VyRCVgNT
20:23:39bluebrothercan you try building with -config dbg and check the console output?
20:23:57bluebrotherseems like updating the manual information causes problems, but I don't see a reason why that should cause a crash
20:24:46bluebrotheraah, maybe some system info stuff missing and an out of bound access?
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20:25:13bluebrotheroh, now I get the crash as well
20:28:05*bluebrother spots something
20:29:07bertrikwith debug enabled: http://pastebin.com/mEi4MyJV
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20:29:55bertrikthis is a bit experiment of course, because the sansa clip zip build is very new
20:30:17kugelpyay, git scaling alpha channel to work
20:31:58bluebrotherbertrik: found something, some index is running away. No idea why it didn't show up earlier on me
20:32:09bluebrotherand it doesn't seem to be related to the clipzip
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20:38:19bluebrotherbertrik: r30869 is the culprit. I removed an unused value but forgot to change the header, and that made me overlook that the value is actually still used :(
20:39:54bluebrotherI _should_ have noticed this. No idea why it slipped through.
20:40:37CIA-75New commit by 03bluebrother (r30884): Revert r30869 "Remove buildserver_modelname value." ...
20:42:22CIA-75r30884 build result: All green
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20:49:11CIA-75r30885 build result: All green
20:52:13bertrikdfkt, I've seen the progress bar and disk icon corruption too
20:53:07dfktbertrik, good to know. i wonder what it is, especially since album art jpegs stay fine
20:54:23dfktsometimes the corruption appears to inherit the colors of the rockbox boot logo, sometimes it seems to get the colors from the currently displayed album art
20:55:25bertrikI suspect some generic bug, not specific to the clipzip
20:56:24dfkthmm, i should try the same theme on my x5 and raaa
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21:14:44bertrikouch, the clip zip gets only 20 fps at full screen updates
21:16:19jhMikeSat what resolution?
21:16:51bertrik96x96x16
21:17:14bluebrotherless than an Iphone icon :)
21:21:53lebelliumI guess I read somewhere BMP for themes are to be saved as 24 bit. I use some 32bit BMP on my theme for Samsung R0 and it seems to work fine. May it be problematic ?
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22:06:11bertrikthe low fps on the clip zip can be exactly explained from the various divider settings, apparently the SPI port is running at only 3 MHz
22:06:43bertrikUnfortunately I don't have a datasheet for the display
22:07:13bertrika comparable display has a write cycle time of 100 ns, or 10 MHz
22:07:52bertrikhm, I think you can usually read from a display controller too, and usually get some kind of display id, right?
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22:12:42amiconnSerial mode is usually write-only
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22:48:28pamaurybertrik: you can read the id but it will probably require bit toggling
22:48:33pamaurysee the fuze+ lcd driver
22:49:08pamaury(although this one uses i80 mode and not spi)
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22:57:55stephen__Wondered if anyone would be interested in picking up the Creative Zen Vision M port ? I have a vision M I just fixed for a friend and he no longer wants it.
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23:34:27pamaurybertrik: do you know which controller is it ?
23:35:55bertrikno
23:39:44bertrikI just doubled the SSP speed without apparent ill effect
23:39:58bertrikupdate rate is now 40 fps
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23:55:59pamauryHow did you find the meaning for the values ?
23:56:05pamaury(lcd registers)
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23:57:06bertrikI saw it in the OF, basically each lcd function has two implementations and I know the meaning of the other implementation (from the datasheet)
23:57:39pamaurycan't you read some registers using spi ?
23:58:06bertrikI don't know

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