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#rockbox log for 2012-02-29

00:00:11rarogah yes... i noticed this that it crashed when i was in usb bootloader, put new rockbox code on it and then pulled the cable.
00:00:27CIA-440d78dd1 build result: 0 errors, 2 warnings (Amaury Pouly committed)
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00:01:45pamaurynot my warnings
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00:02:03rarogkugel: has rockbox for android actually real unicode or real unicode font support?
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00:02:51rarogpamaury: I'm compiling bootloader and fuze now, will tell you the test results after flashing.
00:03:20CIA-44Commit 8c0c844 in rockbox by 03Amaury Pouly: imx233: always boot when powered up from 5v
00:03:47pamaurythe last commit (8c0c844) requires to rebuild mkimxboot
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00:05:47CIA-44Commit e958aee in rockbox by 03Thomas Martitz: root menu ordering: Remove underscores from the config setting.
00:05:48CIA-448c0c844 build result: All green
00:06:07kugelrarog: it should
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00:08:07CIA-44e958aee build result: All green
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00:10:05rarogkugel: as for now it seems not to work for me. I tried with the same set of files on my fuze+ and on my android, both are set to default to utf8, but on android it shows question marks instead of every non-latin char.
00:10:58kugelyou need to use a font that has a sufficient glyphcoverage
00:11:05rarogpamaury: ok, recompiled everything and compiling again. :D
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00:12:11rarogkugel, is the default font not enough? or is it built differently from target to target? I didn't change anything theme related, so it should be same default settings as far as I see it.
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00:16:08Stephen__if i need a gigabeat s build to see a drive over 120gb do i need a custom build ?
00:21:00TorneStephen__: if you need the gigabeat S to work with a drive over 120GB you need to do a bunch of weird and complicated steps
00:21:17Torneno build will make it just work; the original firmware doesn't like large drives
00:21:18Stephen__i had it all running nicely till i updated to the current build
00:21:31Torneoh.
00:21:38Torneand now what?
00:21:41Torneonly one partition shows?
00:21:45Torneyou need a custom build, yes
00:22:01Torneto handle the weird partition type magic
00:22:12Stephen__ah right, will see can i find the original build I had on it
00:22:30Tornepossibly some other stuff too, i forget the details
00:22:45Tornebut if you were the guy we helped do it before then the patches will probably be around in our logs :)
00:23:05Stephen__yeah I was, i have my old builds lets see if they work
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00:23:34Torneanyway, it should probably keep working okay with just the partition that goes up to 128GB with the standard build
00:23:39Torneso it shouldn't be completely nonfunctional :)
00:23:57Stephen__yeah but it's bugging me now haha
00:24:14Stephen__the stuf fi listen to is on the 128gb anyway.
00:27:00Stephen__my old copy works again. now to not update it till i get git working. thanks for the help Torne
00:27:28Torneif you still have the patch it should hopefully just apply to the latest version
00:28:14Stephen__i dont but then I'm n windows now so it could be on my linux side
00:28:35rarogpamaury: After flashing new bootloader and putting new rockbox version in usb mode: Data bort at 60077604, FSR 0x1, (domain 0, fault 1), address 0x00000005
00:29:07pamauryyeah, but reboot and retry
00:29:20rarogYes, after reboot it works of course.
00:29:28pamauryok, just like mine then
00:29:34pamaurythanks
00:29:51rarogThis was the behaviour for some builds. Though I didn#t write down the crashes.
00:30:10rarogYet at least it builds and boots now. :)
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00:32:17rarogkugel: both configurations have Adobe-Helvetica as the only font set... Though with different numbers before the name, but I think this is just the font size or does it mean something else?
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00:38:23Stephen__bertrik, are you able to get the custom root menu working on the zip ?
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00:51:55dfkti just resynced the "shutdown in main menu" patch for RaaA, since /apps/root_menu.c has changed recently - http://pastie.org/3484123 - it works, however i see just the icon for the menu item, not the word/description. what did i miss, or do wrong?
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00:55:39bertrikStephen__, I haven't tried
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00:56:16Stephen__doesnt work for me.
00:57:11JdGordondfkt: I had planned on fixing that up shortly too
00:57:41JdGordonthe "problem" with your copy is that most taregst don't want to add it by default
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00:57:59JdGordonso that table with the items needs a 3rd column to say if the item should be added by default or not
00:58:31JdGordonor maybe just prepend the name with a ? or something
00:58:53dfktyou mean { "shutdown", &do_shutdown_item, Shutdown }, or the like?
00:59:00JdGordondfkt: if you see no text you almost certainly need to update your english.lang
00:59:21dfktJdGordon, i just did a git hard reset
00:59:29dfktso everything should be fresh
00:59:32JdGordonno, you need to nuke your build dir
00:59:46dfktah, ok
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01:00:01dfktgood thing that goes fast with git now :)
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01:05:41saratogais there some way we could more cautiously operate the metadata parsers so that theres less risk of a problem there crashing rockbox?
01:06:21saratogai was thinking maybe longjmp, but i guess that doesn't really work since we generally dont' know that the parser crashed
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01:10:25JdGordondfkt: g#156
01:10:26fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #156 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/#change,156 : root menu: add the shutdown option to all builds by Jonathan Gordon (changes/56/156/1)
01:10:52JdGordonyou'll need to add it to your config though
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01:16:41JdGordongevaerts: you used the new tag?
01:17:16gevaertsJdGordon: yes, but the theme site refuses to let me upload!
01:17:26JdGordonhow did you use it?
01:17:36*JdGordon demands screenshots!
01:18:10JdGordonif I need to procrastinate today I'm going to do a bit of a write up on using it properly as it has some wierdness
01:19:14gevaertshttp://rockbox.hostname.be/wavy/
01:19:32gevaertsthe wps uses the new layer tag, the sbs uses the "old" skinned lists
01:19:44dfktJdGordon, thanks - but i don't know a thing about how gerrit works. i just run the commandline on that page?
01:20:18gevaerts240x320. Feel free to play around, there are some glitches that might well be my fault, but I wouldn't mind a second opinion :)
01:21:05JdGordondfkt: yes, go back to clean git and run the checkout command from that age
01:21:27dfktok, thanks
01:21:30JdGordonbahahaha love it!
01:22:12dfktgevaerts, that only works for chopin - make one for kraftwerk that's more sawtooth-wave like :)
01:22:25gevaertsdfkt: go ahead :)
01:22:53gevaertsIt's a good thing the old viewport limit is gone!
01:23:39gevaertsoh
01:24:04*gevaerts feels a bit stupid now. He could make the progressbar a *lot* smoother, probably
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01:24:39gevaertsIt should render to the back buffer. That doesn't work currently because I used transparency, but that's not needed, really, it can just copy the backround image
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01:44:50dfktJdGordon, to enable shutdown, i have to change { SHUTDOWN_PREFIX "shutdown", &do_shutdown_item }, to { ? "shutdown", &do_shutdown_item },
01:44:51dfkt?
01:46:56JdGordonno, add it to your config.cfg
01:47:12JdGordon"root menu order: files,wps,settings,shutdown" or whatever you want
01:47:30dfktwell, that is of course a lot more convenient :D
01:48:03JdGordonwell sure, if you want it permenantly then remove the SHUTDOWN_PREFIX from the line
01:48:16JdGordonbut the patch as i did it has far more chance of being commited
01:48:27JdGordonmost people dont want that option in the menu
01:48:53gevaertsJdGordon: would I be very annoying if I ask for more than two layers?
01:49:10JdGordonno, but I',m not sure how that would work
01:49:14dfktsure, on most players it's useless, and it's against android philosophy too - but i find it easier to shut down rockbox than hunt for the stop button and minimize, or similar
01:50:18JdGordonright, so add it to your config
01:50:23JdGordonor hack the patch
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02:00:57[Saint]You're a bastard JdGordon ;)
02:01:07JdGordonwhy this time?
02:01:17[Saint]Distracting my magpie like personality with shiny things :p
02:01:29JdGordonsorry! :D
02:01:39[Saint]The commit log is a damn fine one.
02:01:57[Saint]Fancy layering, yes please.
02:02:45dfktdoes the layering mean that album art now can actually be the top layer?
02:02:53[Saint]Cutting out the irrelevant 0,0 from 99% of my %xl calls also pleases me.
02:03:21JdGordoni actually changed how %x works, so if you use them at all let me know if i broke it
02:03:31[Saint]dfkt: yes.
02:03:36dfkt\o/
02:03:56gevaertsdfkt: or the bottom layer!
02:04:22dfktgevaerts, that feature was already available - also interactive art where album art gets "eaten" by scrolling lines :)
02:04:25[Saint]JdGordon: I read that, but, I'm a "%xl and %xd just because I can (and I think its neater) man".
02:04:29JdGordongevaerts: ok, lets say you had 3 layers? how would u do it?
02:05:02gevaertsJdGordon: how is it done now?
02:05:03dfktgevaerts, ah right - that's new, like your wavy lines over chopin's head
02:05:55JdGordongevaerts: the lcd driver really only deals with the framebuffer (what its drawing to) and the backdrop buffer
02:06:00[Saint]dfkt: errrr ...I'm not sure what you mean by "was already available"...as its simply not true.
02:06:36[Saint]There was (and still isn't) any concept of layering. Just backdrop, and everything else.
02:06:41dfkt[Saint], yes, i misunderstood - i meant i always had stuff drawn over my album art that i didn't want there
02:06:42evilnick_[Saint]: It was a joke
02:06:49evilnick_And that ^
02:07:37gevaertsJdGordon: right. This needs more thinking i guess
02:07:50[Saint]Aaaaaawwwwwwww! Argh!
02:08:15[Saint]Now I can do what I probably should've done anyway, but couldn't, with the polyps.
02:08:21[Saint]*popups
02:08:53[Saint]Ie. Draw the popup *on top* of the text viewport instead of replacing it.
02:09:14KiwiCamHow do. If you have one viewport overlapping the other slightly on the Clip. Is there a way to have the top viewport's white part of the bitmap transparent? ie Twwo colour bitmap with the Black colour representing the Yellow or Blue on the Clip and the White portions showing up as Black areas on the Clip. Is there a transparency option?
02:09:19JdGordon[Saint]: no!
02:09:33JdGordondont ever draw text on the backdrop buffer
02:09:42[Saint]Wont work?
02:09:57JdGordonit might work, but probably not how you want it
02:09:59gevaertsJdGordon: see, that's why we need more layers! :)
02:11:15[Saint]JdGordon: I could swap it to the backdrop buffer conditionally, no? It wouldn't need to scroll as its mostly covered. It'd just make for a nicer effect (but add four or five new viewports).
02:11:31[Saint]"It" being the text viewports.
02:11:52*gevaerts gave up on scrolling. It doesn't work well on skinned lists or vertical text anyway
02:12:27[Saint]"Vertical scrolling" is a *complete* hack, though :)
02:12:54gevaertsI wish I knew a way to do it1
02:12:55KiwiCamgevaerts: Yes. Even just being able to use subimages in the %X() would be great.
02:13:19[Saint]gevaerts: I showed you a way to do it. Didn't I?
02:13:31gevaertsYou did?
02:13:41[Saint]I seem to recall so, yeah.
02:13:47gevaertsAh, yes, for fixed text?
02:14:01[Saint]It can be done with alternating sublines.
02:14:09gevaertsIt can't in general
02:14:15[Saint]And yeah, the text needs to be known.
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02:32:19[Saint]KiwiCam: what were you thinking regarding your last statement?
02:32:57[Saint]I can't see how that would help with what gevaerts wants to do.
02:34:30[Saint]Regarding "how do you do foo if you have two viewports overlapping"....you don't, basically, as that's wrong for a bunch of reasons.
02:35:09[Saint]There's no need to have viewports overlap, switch them out conditionally, don't overlap them.
02:37:40[Saint]You mention "the top viewport", and...there's no concept of top or bottom. There's backdrop, and "not the backdrop", and that's it.
02:37:55JdGordonwell, that now gets murky
02:38:24[Saint]Not really, if you draw in the backdrop, its still "backdrop" IMO.
02:43:24[Saint]Hmmmmm....I should be able to make a theme where the entire backdrop is the album art now.
02:44:06[Saint]Which would probably look terrible, but, that's not the point! :)
02:44:55*evilnick_ has some great ideas for what to do with the screen real estate of the 1280 x 800 resolution
02:45:25dfktJdGordon, root menu order does generally work in my raaa build with 156, but shutdown won't show up
02:45:41dfkt(funny enough, root menu order doesn't seem to work on the clip zip)
02:46:33[Saint]dfkt: perhaps I'm wrong...but I thought you could only remove and reshuffle, but not add arbitrary items to, the main menu.
02:46:47[Saint](Which is likely why shutdown doesn't work)
02:46:57dfkt[Saint], g#156
02:46:59fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #156 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/#change,156 : root menu: add the shutdown option to all builds by Jonathan Gordon (changes/56/156/1)
02:47:27[Saint]Ah. I see.
02:47:59[Saint]I didn't realize you were building your own.
02:48:19dfktthat's why i wrote "in my raaa build with 156" ;)
02:49:00[Saint]How clean is your tree?
02:49:18dfktvery. i just went through all that with JdGordon before
02:49:28[Saint]We had someone in here with a really messed up Clip build of yours yesterday.
02:49:48dfktwhat was messed up?
02:51:43[Saint]Oh...whoops, that's right. It was (probably) fs woes, but he never confirmed.
02:51:52*[Saint] just re-read the log.
02:52:04dfktmy builds work perfectly fine for me, and of the 500+ downloads i didn't hear any bug reports yet
02:53:57[Saint]Slightly related, why do you need Shutdown for RaaA anyway?
02:54:10[Saint]If you do, you ROM is messed up.
02:54:25dfktJdGordon, very weird... on raaa the cfg entry has to be called "root_menu_order" with underscores to work, on the zip it has to be "root menu order" without underscores
02:54:35JdGordonevilnick_: i started porting the 480*800 cabbie to the touchpad (1024*768) on landscape, pretty much having two columns
02:54:56gevaertsdfkt: e958aee?
02:54:58JdGordondfkt: yeah, see kugel's commit a few hours ago
02:55:26*evilnick_ got as far as making the background work. On the .wps but not on the lists themselves. That took about an hour and a half. I've given up now!
02:56:00dfkt[Saint], just read today's log at 1:49, since i already gave my reasons why i like shutdown in android ;)
02:56:00[Saint]Are my themes that badly commented? ;)
02:56:04dfktgevaerts, yes
02:56:42dfkte958aee for the zip build, and e958aee + gerrit 156 for the raaa one
02:56:44fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #156 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/#change,156 : root menu: add the shutdown option to all builds by Jonathan Gordon (changes/56/156/1)
02:56:50[Saint]dfkt: that's all very well and good, but, IMO its totally unnecessary.
02:57:02dfktdamn, i wanted to trick gerrit into not spamming :)
02:57:38evilnick_[Saint]: Not at all. But the last time I looked into theming must have been about 4 years ago now, before viewports were done. EVERYTHING was aligned to lines of text and it was simple. Now.... a different story!
02:58:19[Saint]You can still do that. It just might not work particularly well.
02:58:29[Saint](And it's horrible :p)
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03:00:09[Saint]JdGordon: does #156 hide the Shutdown entry by default and you enable it if you want it, or show it by default and you hide it if you don't?
03:00:10*JdGordon suggests that with viewports skinning is simpler now!
03:00:15evilnick_I quite agree, but it's a bit of a jaw-drop moment to see how complex .wps files are now
03:00:22JdGordon[Saint]: hide by default
03:01:06[Saint]JdGordon: cool. I tried to look myself but my phone spat the dummy trying to load the review.
03:01:52[Saint]evilnick_: my cabbie probably isn't the best teaching tool it could be ;)
03:02:15[Saint]It could be worse :)
03:02:17JdGordon[Saint]: there is no simple way to say "do the whole menu and add the optional items" though which i may have to add if we get more
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03:06:21[Saint]JdGordon: perhaps "root menu order: -*" or something?
03:06:30JdGordonmaybe
03:06:57JdGordonit becomes less of a problem once we have a ui for it though
03:09:18[Saint]Its a bit "out there" but it'd be pretty cool for partially sighted or blind users to be able to set/reset menu order through RBUtil.
03:09:34JdGordonthey can
03:09:58JdGordonthere has beeen talk (on and off for the last X years) about adding config support to rbutil
03:10:27[Saint]So, "they could"?
03:10:51[Saint]"can" kinda implies its possible now.
03:14:55dfktwhat do i do when git pull spits this cryptogram? - "You are not currently on a branch, so I cannot use any 'branch.<branchname>.merge' in your configuration file."
03:16:31[Saint]#git ?
03:16:40dfkt...
03:17:32dfktah, "git checkout master" appear to be the magic words
03:18:51[Saint]I'm pointing out that its not really Rockbox specific...not sure what's so astonishing about that.
03:19:21*[Saint] apologizes for being too obvious.
03:21:17dfktyeah, cause i'm the only one who ever asked a git related question in here, which obviously is a very integral part of rockbox lately
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03:33:29saratogai think asking about git here is fine
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03:47:59dfktJdGordon, shutdown on raaa is now working! \o/ thanks a lot!
03:48:47JdGordon:)
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07:05:14pixelmaKiwiCam: real *1-bit* bmps should be "transparent" for one colour and opaque with the other, maybe your problem there are the overlapping viewports though as already been stated.
07:07:16pixelmathe first part refers to monochrome displays, on colour displays one "colour" of the 1-bit bmp will get the foreground colour and the other the background colour. That's basically how the non-antialiased fonts work
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07:25:21[Saint]There wouldn't be an abundence of either 480x800 or 320x480 RaaA device owners hanging around would there?
07:27:43[Saint]Just one of either, or both, would be cool too ;)
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07:30:20JdGordon[Saint]: so, what will you bribe me with to add a "draw rectangle with gradient" tag?
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07:31:47[Saint]How open are the terms for submissions? ;)
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07:56:21KiwiCamThanks Guys. So, Top is Above and Bottom is Below. Viewports. I don't know what sort of layering gevaerts wants. I wasn't thinking about layering until I saw it with my conversation above. Layering would be good. Two Veiwports, One Below, has Bitmap that I want to be in the background (below). Not the actual background, but I....
07:58:05mortalisJdGordon: I found that in your g120 you forgot * in some places. Value lcd_framebuffer[y][x] was replaced by pointer to the value FBADDR(x,y). I noticed this bug in lcd-hifiman.c lcd-rk27generic.c lcd-iaudio7.c, but I didn't check everything.
07:58:07fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #120 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/#change,120 : lcd drivers: Convert lcd_[remote_]framebuffer to a pointer by Jonathan Gordon (changes/20/120/10)
07:59:53KiwiCam[Saint]: would like the actual Background to be able to be changed. Subimages. A Starfield for instance. Moving Neon Pipes. Who knows? As for my two Viewports, I want to be able to move an object past another so they merge, rather than having a Black square outline as per now. No Transparency for the background of the Above Bitmap. I feel stupid :)
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08:01:02KiwiCamI was also hoping that I could use the %ss for moving viewports (change hte x and y values based on time %cS or %cM say.)
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08:01:34KiwiCamI'd like to move progress bars and sliders around.
08:03:05KiwiCampixelma: Yes. It's the overlapping viewports. Now that layering is an option. I'd like that as that's what I'm looking for.
08:05:09KiwiCamWhich one is the link that can tell me more above this layers thing you're doing? Would I find info in the latest manual?
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08:33:15JdGordonmortalis: hmm, damn, can you push a fix either to git or gerrit?
08:34:44mortalisJdGordon: sure
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08:47:35CIA-44Commit fbb8c31 in rockbox by 03Andrew Ryabinin: Fix bugs in lcd drivers after b37e6bc
08:49:50CIA-44fbb8c31 build result: All green
08:54:51JdGordonmortalis: are those not targets not being bult?
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09:00:03mortalisJdGordon: yes
09:00:16JdGordonah, thats how they got missed :)
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09:12:43wodzmortalis: wanna try dualboot code?
09:12:54mortalissure
09:14:23wodzmortalis: http://www.pastie.org/3486449
09:14:43wodzthis should build rkw directly - no need for rkwpatch
09:15:24wodzit looks for rockbox.rkw and BASE.RKW in .rockbox dir on SD
09:15:53wodzin order to boot OF you should hold any other button in addition to ON/OFF
09:16:12wodzit should also boot OF on USB insert when player is OFF
09:16:34wodzthats theory, now lets see how this goes in practice :-)
09:17:57wodzOne thing missing is that this changes break rolo for now.
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09:25:37wodzfunman: with current build (fbb8c31) nano2g doesn't show up on ubuntu 11.10 http://www.pastie.org/3486486 and hangs on usb disconnect (reacts only to hard reset)
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09:30:44mortaliswodz: in any case OF loaded
09:31:20mortalisit write loading rockbox.rkw but it loads OF
09:32:25wodzI'll look at this in a moment, now I am testing nano2g usb for funman
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09:33:55wodzmortalis: does it boot if you plug usb into powered off device?
09:34:01mortalisyes
09:35:26mortalisand i think we should call power_init in bootloader, if not I need hold power button too long
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09:37:18wodzmortalis: could you add printf() to see what button does it read?
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09:39:07mortaliswodz: yes, but I think it reads, because when I push only power button it says "loading rockbox.rkw", if power + some other it says "loading BASE.RKW"
09:40:17wodzfunman: This what I get with the build you linked yesterday (http://www.rockbox.org/irc/log-20120228#20:33:48): http://www.pastie.org/3486564
09:40:35wodzIt also hangs on usb disconnect
09:41:06wodzSo to summarize we have pretty much fucked up usb on stable target just before release.
09:43:30mortaliswodz: stupid me, rockbox.rkw on my sd it's renamed BASE.RKW. I forgot to replace it
09:44:16wodzmortalis: I was scratching my head how it is possible to always boot OF :-)
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09:44:46wodzmortalis: so basicaly dualbooting works, right?
09:45:16mortaliswodz: yes
09:46:38wodzmortalis: could you test if removing cache disable code from the begining of crt0.S changes something? IMO it is redundant
09:49:16wodzmortalis: Another thing to test would be to put something else instead of 0 in line 118,119 in tools/rkw.c (in two reserved fields). And see if nand bootloader likes such abused RKW
09:50:21wodzmortalis: How long does it take to boot? Is it considerably longer than usual?
09:51:06wodzI guess I need to dig up my nand bootloader dissasm and look for rkw loading routine
09:52:09mortaliswodz: approximately 1 sec longer
09:53:23wodznot that bad
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09:58:24lebellium_gs2Hello JdGordon. I was thinking: could your new skin engine improvement allow me to display the menu viewport fullscreen when mini-player is off in my theme? :D I mean if I put the usual background pic in background + put the pic to hide the mini-player on the backdrop layer
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10:00:40mortaliswodz: how do you disable cache? http://pastebin.com/0ZdDEdWa seems pointless to me
10:01:22wodzmortalis: thats the code it effectively clears half of the register
10:01:30mortalisah
10:01:34mortalisunderstand
10:01:57wodzit is stolen from OF dissasm
10:02:46wodzhaha, nand bootloader from my rk27xx looks for RKLDFUCKORD.RKW file first
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10:04:41mortaliswodz: cache disabled two times in crt0. should I remove both?
10:05:07wodzno, only the first one in .bootloader_reloc section
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10:12:00JdGordonlebellium_gs2: yes, you dont remember that that was why i did it originally?
10:14:04mortaliswodz: it doesn't work with removed cache disable
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10:15:24wodzmortalis: ok thanks for testing
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10:19:26mortaliswodz: another values in rkw header works
10:19:57lebellium_gs2JdGordon: that was just to make sure ;) so as soon as I get a little free time I'll include this major improvement in my theme and let you know. Thank you so much :)
10:21:10wodzmortalis: good - I'll polish this a bit, add support for rkw in rolo and I'll push it
10:25:42wodzmortalis: according to my dissasm, rkw loaded in nand doesn't check this reserved fields so at least theory matches practice
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10:45:20JdGordonhow will builds cope with LANG string going from *: none to a used string again?
10:45:35pamaurybluebrother^: about the bootloader problem, could we just extended scramble to work with multiple files when using -add. So one could write scramble -add=X <file1> -add=Y <file2>, this is simpler than using a zip file
10:46:19wodzpamaury: scramble in its current form is a big mess
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10:46:55wodzpamaury: and warn me before you touches it as I am going to add rkw support to it
10:47:36pamaurymy change would be orthogonal: just enhance scramble to be able to pack several files when using the -add mode. That's just an idea
10:51:10pamauryin any case, I don't see how we could build several files for the bootloader and pack them without changing the makefiles
10:53:05gevaertsJdGordon: probably a stupid question, but can %VB be used inside a conditional?
10:55:02[Saint]What would you want it in a conditional for? if(foo)<draw in background|dont> kinda thing, or...?
10:55:55gevaertsbasically. I dpn'
10:55:59JdGordongevaerts: no, its parse time, not run time
10:56:06gevaertsI don't know right now if that even makes sense though
10:56:09gevaertsok
10:59:31wodzmortalis: ping
10:59:41mortaliswodz: pong
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11:00:36wodzmortalis: could you change value in line 117 of tools/rkw.c to 0x60000000 and check if this doesn't affect loading of bootloader?
11:01:22wodzmortalis: nand bootloader does some checks for values readed from address pointed by this field and putting random address doesn't seem like a good idea
11:08:59*pamaury thinks he has a solution to the mk*boot dualboot problem
11:09:34pamauryWe could just move the dualboot codes to scamble !
11:09:42mortaliswodz: it doesn't work
11:10:18wodzf**k
11:13:50mortaliswodz: and one important notice: When I boot OF with bootloader it doesn't update firmware if I put it on disk
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11:15:36wodzmortalis: does it expose hidden partition when magic file is present?
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11:28:42mortaliswodz: oh, it was sd card, not internal flash :-). Update works
11:29:20JdGordonany particular reason lcd_gradient_rect() is not exported to apps/?
11:31:33*JdGordon curses at whoever decided it would be smart to call it _rect() but pass it line count not pixel height
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11:32:41wodzmortalis: various comments in SDK suggest that the address in 0x14 offset of RKW header points to 5 words long struct which contains 1.flags 2.loadversion 3.resetcount 4.5 reserved. In dissasm of nand bootloader from my device I see only it check 1 field
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11:33:14wodzand compares with 0x3df479a
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12:13:43pamauryI think there is a makefile problem with ucl, running make in tools/ gives a compile error about a missing ucl/ucl.h
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12:24:22wodzpamaury: you know that tools are usually build from tools.make, right?
12:30:37CIA-44Commit f0ecce9 in rockbox by 03Frank Gevaerts: Fix ucl-related makefiles
12:30:43gevaertspamaury: that should help
12:33:16CIA-44f0ecce9 build result: All green
12:33:53wodzWe have two crc implementation which differ in polinomial. I am going to add third for RKW. Maybe it would be wise to pass polinomial as argumen and use unified function?
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12:42:28pamaurywodz: yes
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12:43:01pamauryI'm wondering if I should add this to scramble or add another tool. scramble is already complicated enough
12:44:37wodzpamaury: no, scramble is hacky
12:46:05pamaurybut without scramble I will need to add a step after running $boottool, so I will need to modify configure and the makefiles
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12:53:36pamaurygevaerts: thanks for fixing ucl !
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12:55:52*JdGordon thinks he is stuffing up something in the maths with the gradient code
12:55:59JdGordonanyone awake that can help?
12:57:40pamauryJdGordon: helping with what exactly ?
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12:59:45pow4hIs it possible for a plugin to call another plugin? Like if i have plugin-a.c. How can I tell it to call plugin-b.c?
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13:00:56JdGordonpamaury: http://pastebin.com/0mJEvC0s is my diff, im trying to split out the gradient rectangle fill part to be generic while keeping the text drawn the same way (which is per line)
13:01:16JdGordonth eproblem is when num_lines > 1 the colours on the second line are wrong
13:01:33JdGordonif you apply it, use cabbie and go into the "show id3 infor" screen you can see how its broken
13:01:39JdGordonpow4h: no
13:01:45gevaertspow4h: You mean launching another plugin, or calling a function in another file?
13:05:55Tornelaunching another plugin would be possible if you didn't care about it returning to the original plugin or retaining any of the original plugin's state, though i don't know that we have a function for htat in the plugin api right now
13:06:06pamauryJdGordon: the gradient is supposed to be over all lines or is it repeated for each line ?
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13:09:46JdGordonpamaury: the gradient is done over some number of text lines, the cur_line and num_lines are text lines, h is pixel lines
13:10:24JdGordonif i switch the second part (from line 81) to a loop to add the *step to the value it works
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13:10:32JdGordonso that mul is apparently wrong
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13:15:29pamauryhum, I will need to test it, looking at the diff is not enough. Let me eat before and then I can help you :)
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13:19:15JdGordonawesome :)
13:25:52pamauryJdGordon: what is show id3 infor ? I need to start to play a file ?
13:27:00pamauryhum, I thought we had some vector image for the fuze+ ?!
13:27:11pamaurydamn, this simulator never closes correctly
13:28:27JdGordonpamaury: yeah, context menu in the wps
13:28:31JdGordonshow track info
13:29:09pamauryhum, the fuze+ simulator really need some work: the keys are not written so I don't remember the one to use and it does close correctly
13:29:26JdGordonok, ill give you a hack so it shows in the main menu?
13:29:37pamauryno, let me try and suceed :)
13:30:05pamauryok, I have the track info but no gradient at all
13:30:32pamauryoh wait, is the gradient for the highlight ?
13:30:43JdGordonyes
13:30:54JdGordonapps/menu.c:207, change the 1 to 2
13:31:53pamaurywhat will that do ?
13:32:23pamauryah ! indeed your patch is quite broken :)
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13:33:40JdGordonyeah :) i dont see why
13:34:35pamauryi don't understand what is num_lines and cur_line, it doesn't seem to change when changing the highlighted line
13:35:13JdGordonnum_lines as passed in is the amount of list lines the gradient spans over
13:35:32JdGordoncur_line is the line being drawn
13:35:43JdGordonboth a * by the line height to get th epixel
13:35:54pamauryis the root_menu
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13:36:06pamauryin the root menu I always get num_lines=30 and cur_line=0/15
13:36:32JdGordonyes, thats what changing the 1 to 2 did in menu.c
13:36:39JdGordonis the number of lines to span
13:36:49JdGordonline height is 15, so 2*15
13:37:08JdGordonpart of the reason im doing this is so we can draw gradients with a sane api :)
13:37:33pamauryok, so the problem is that the gradient is not actually linear, it's like a->b->a
13:38:17JdGordonBAH, yes it was a stupid mistake
13:38:19JdGordoni figured it out :)
13:38:37JdGordoncur_line should be h in that last block
13:39:19JdGordonthanks anyway
13:39:53pamauryyou're welcome
13:42:03gevaertsJdGordon: could you have another look at g#113? Your suggestion of using DYNAMIC doesn't fix it, and without it skinned lists very often don't work at all (i.e. they fall back to the regular list)
13:42:58JdGordonnot without fs-bluebot linking me :)
13:43:05JdGordoni mean, one min
13:43:15gevaertshttp://gerrit.rockbox.org/113
13:43:16gevaerts:)
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13:43:51gevaertsI fully agree that that isn't right, but I don't know which solution is both correct *and* working :)
13:44:41gevaertsWell, apart from the basic suspicion that skinlist_set_cfg() should be called from all places that are symmetric with the places that call it with NULL
13:49:26gevaertsJdGordon: with the medieval theme the skinned list goes away when coming back from some "errors" like trying to resume playback without a playlist. With the wavy theme, skinned lists *never* work
13:50:12JdGordongevaerts: hang on, did you change both the tag_table and skin_render.c?
13:50:36JdGordondo_refresh should always be true if tag_table.c was changed though...
13:51:19gevaertsYou mean the one that doesn't work? Only SKIN_REFRESH_DYNAMIC in tag_table.c
13:52:18gevaertshm, right. Something must be wrong
13:52:20*gevaerts retests
13:55:12gevaertsJdGordon: no, it really doesn't work with just changing SKIN_TOKEN_LIST_ITEM_CFG to SKIN_REFRESH_DYNAMIC in tag_table.c
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14:04:01JdGordongevaerts: ok, change both
14:04:14JdGordonat least them there is no surprise when we see it happening too often
14:04:40JdGordonwhat tag shoudl i use for "fill a rectangle" tag?
14:06:31JdGordonI suppose I should just chuck it in with the viewport tags
14:06:36JdGordon%Vr?
14:07:27funman[Saint]: ping
14:08:14gevaertsJdGordon: I've pushed the "both" option to gerrit now. Can you do a quick review to make sure I didn't misunderstand?
14:08:38funmanwodz: thanks, it seems to work on some nano2g only
14:09:13JdGordongevaerts: yeah, thats cool, and remove the trailing space in skin_render.c please :)
14:09:20JdGordon[Saint]: ping2! :)
14:11:03CIA-44Commit 8efb8f9 in rockbox by 03Jonathan Gordon: lcd drivers: split lcd_gradient_rect so it is actually useful
14:11:05*JdGordon will do the skin part of ^ tomorrow
14:11:34CIA-44Commit b9bf6cd in rockbox by 03Frank Gevaerts: Call skinlist_set_cfg() unconditionally, i.e. also if do_refresh==false
14:14:29CIA-448efb8f9 build result: All green
14:16:05Zagordo we want a cia notice when a patch is uploaded to gerrit?
14:16:19Tornei'd say no
14:16:41Torneon the grounds that we're trying to get people not to assume that uploading a patch is sufficient to make anyone care about it :)
14:16:56funmanit could increase awareness so why not
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14:40:23JdGordon[Saint]: if oyu read the logs.. how do you want the skin tag to fill a rectangle to work? initially I thought %xx(x,y,width,height,[start colour, end colour]) where not putting end colour will make is a solid colour, and not having any colour would just draw the outline?
14:43:05funmanJdGordon: i think he doesnt
14:46:42pamaurydo we restrict to sh scripts or can tools/ script can use bash functionality ?
14:47:19funmanwhich functionality do you need ?
14:48:20wodzfunman: what is the plan with nano2g usb?
14:48:52pamauryfunman: associative array, it's not strictly necessary, just simplifies a bit
14:48:57funmanwodz: not sure, didn't current build work for you yesterday or was it an older build ?
14:52:57wodzfunman: I think the build from ~week ago worked for me BUT I am not so sure now I used usb in rb (and not disk mode) and it was on win7 laptop form work.
14:53:32wodzon my linux machine the thing clearly refuses to work in rb
14:55:02funmanexcept reverting usb-s3c6400x.c changes one by one i don't know
14:57:34wodzis it possible to go back to the state before your changes or it is somehow interconnected with amsv2 usb work?
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15:02:37kugelpamaury: how about perl or something?
15:02:44kugelI dont think we have any restrictions there
15:05:14funmanwodz: i made a bunch of changes to nano2g code only, merging amsv2 code is only one or 2 commits
15:09:31Zagorwe're in Wired: http://www.wired.com/geekdad/2012/02/rockbox-open-source-media-player-firmware/
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15:31:38pamauryI'm wondering what is the best option for the dualboot problem: use a known format like zip (which will require to modify the mk*boot to unzip) or just use an ad hoc trivial format. The latter having the advantage that people will be less likely to fiddle with it and is simpler to implement ? (which is important for a bootloader)
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15:34:41funmanzip doesn't make it much harder to fiddle with
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15:35:40pamaurythat's the contrary: zip is too easy, if you use some other format it's harder :)
15:39:05funmanah right i misread
15:40:09pow4hhow do I find which file read() is defined in ? int read(int fildes, void *buf, size_t nbyte);
15:40:35funmangit grep ssize_t'.*'read
15:41:04pamauryfunman: what do you think is best: zip ? ad hoc format ? other ?
15:42:14funmanthe best is embed in binary and make new releases of said binary when upgrade is needed
15:42:46pamauryI'm talking about the format of the binary containing the dualboot code + bootloader
15:42:55pow4hfunman is that git command going to make me reinstall rockbox or delete any files or anything?
15:43:06pamauryyou prefer the currently option of embedding it in rbutil ?
15:43:13funmanpamaury: yep
15:43:25funmanpow4h: i suggest reading the man page for it
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15:44:48pamaurythis embedding is problematic, that requires a new release of rbutil even though it's completely unrelated
15:45:13funmanyeah but it also avoids the problem you are talking about
15:45:36funmanand make things simple for the devs (except the need for new releases of course which is annoying)
15:46:22funmanwhich other targets need to patch OF ?
15:46:29pamauryfuze+
15:46:40pamauryonce it's written, that will be dead simple for devs too
15:46:40funmani mean except fuze+ and ams
15:46:46pamaurynone
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15:47:56funmanother solution would be implement a reboot to USB mode in dualboot code which rockbox bootloader uses
15:48:39funmanreboot to OF i mean
15:49:07pamauryI don't understand, how is that related to the embedding of dualboot code ?
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15:49:22funmandualboot code is less likely to change?
15:49:58pamauryit nevertheless changes, as seen recently
15:50:14funmanfuze+ is not stable yet though no?
15:51:05pamauryno, but rbutil support is implemented and having the possibility to change the bootloader/dualboot code indepently of rbutil is nice
15:51:16pamaury*independently
15:51:42pow4hfunman thanks. the git grep returned 30 results. how do i know which is the definition?
15:52:52funmanhmm hard question, try reading the files maybe?
15:54:12pamaurypow4h: git grep -e 'ssize_t[[:space:]]*read('
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15:55:17pamauryfor the plugins, read is implemented as a macro redirecting to some function (see plugin.h I think)
15:55:31pamaury(and plugin.c)
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16:03:19pow4hhow do I include a file? I put a header.h into the same folder as my .c file and did include header.h, but it didnt work
16:03:33pow4h#include header.h
16:03:45pow4h#include "header.h"
16:05:00Tornewhat was the actual error?
16:05:13pamaurypow4h: short answer: you can't, put everything in your .c If you want to use several files for your plugin, you will need to create a subdir like some other plugins and add one line to SUBDIRS file
16:05:30Torneoh, yeah, i guess . is not in the include path?
16:06:34pamauryapps/plugins/ is not in the include path I think
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16:27:33wodzmi4 crc routine is a bit weird as polynomial used there is even and all valid crc polinomials are odd. It is reflected most probably but this is not stated in comments
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17:48:10wodzOk. In order to truly cover crc32 algos used in rockbox we would need truly general implementation. This is not a problem in general as for example pycrc can generated code for us. The question is if we really want this.
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17:50:03wodzwe can either put config struct as param to the crc routine or extend parameters list considerably (5 params fully describe crc32 algos)
17:52:34wodzif we drop some generality we could use two additional params to cover what we use now (polynominal, reflection) but I bet we will trigger sooner or later xored versions or mixed-reflected ones
17:53:03amiconnImo we don't need more than one crc32 implementation in the core
17:53:07amiconnkiss
17:53:43pow4hhow do i make a data file and read from it? int fd=rb->open("/myfile",O_RDONLY);
17:53:43pow4hchar array[10];
17:53:43pow4hrb->read(fd,array,1);
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17:53:43pow4hrb->splashf(100,"%d",fd);
17:53:43pow4hrb->splashf(100,"%d",array[0]);
17:54:26pow4hi made myfile with vi, and typed 1234 :wq. my mp3 player returns -7 and 0 when i run it
17:55:38pow4hmyfile is in the same folder as my .c file
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17:56:14wodzamiconn: we have two now firmware/common/crc32.c and firmware/common/crc32-mi4.c
17:56:52wodzamiconn: The letter is fully reflected version of the former. The implementations differ also in size of LUT
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17:57:44wodzamiconn: I need another one with different polynomial but not reflected to implement RKW handling in rolo
17:58:56wodzamiconn: kiss means code duplication as the simplest thing is to tweak one of the existing implementation to suit your needs
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18:00:22amiconnAfaik the mi4 version is only for bootloaders, so both versions don't end up in the same binary
18:00:50wodzamiconn: not true - it is used in rolo as well
18:00:50amiconnA generic, data driven implementation is most probably slower than what we have now, or am I wrong?
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18:00:56amiconnAlso larger
18:01:41wodzamiconn: that depends. crc32.c uses 64bytes LUT, crc32-mi4 uses 1k LUT
18:02:00pamaurypow4h: what is your problem ?
18:02:28pow4hpamaury I thought it to return the number 1, because i wrote 1234 in myfile
18:02:36pow4hi thought it should*
18:03:21pamauryif open returns -7 it means error
18:03:29pamauryso the file was not actually opened
18:03:39wodzgeneral implementation will be slower then specialized one for sure, but it may be much smaller then our both implementation together
18:04:33pamaurypow4h: are you testing this with the simulator or on target ?
18:04:38pow4hpamaury is there a man page or something where i can see what the errors are?
18:04:47amiconnYeah, but is it larger than one single implementation? This wouldn't be lowmem friendly. Most targets only need one crc32 implementation
18:05:00wodzwe have ~15 calls to crc_32()
18:05:14pamaurypow4h: I don't think so
18:05:20amiconnDo those different implementations just require different LUTs, or is there more to it?
18:05:33pamaurypow4h: did you put the file at the right location on the disk ?
18:05:37wodzamiconn: more
18:06:13amiconnhrrmmmm
18:06:29pow4hpamaury i don't know, where should I put it?
18:06:55wodzamiconn: basically mi4 version reflects bits in bytes of data and reflects final crc (this is not exactly how this is implemented but it works this way)
18:07:20pamaurypow4h: if you are using the simulator, it's in <your build dir>/simdisk, the same directory where make install put all the files
18:07:44pow4hpamaury i am not using the simular. how did you learn what the error code -7 stands for?
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18:08:43pamaurypow4h: you can't, you can have a look at the source and try to identify what does it mean but I can't say for sure what it means
18:08:45pamaurywait a minute
18:09:27pamauryapparently -7 means no file when using dircache
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18:09:42pamauryif you are testing on target, be sure to put the file at the root of the disk
18:10:20pow4hpamaury is root the same thing as cp myfile /myfile ?
18:10:36pow4hdoes that copy myfile to the root?
18:11:11pamaurypow4h: the root of your target, soe cp myfile /media/where/my/player/is/mounted/myfile
18:11:38pamauryso for example, cp myfile /media/SuperDevice/myfile
18:12:28pow4hpamaury im using virtual box ubuntu in a windows xp machine. so im not sure i will look around in linux
18:12:44pamauryit's the same as putting music on your device, except that you put your file
18:12:55pamauryyou can do it with windows or linux
18:12:58pow4hok thanks i will try that
18:13:04pow4hi just copy and paste it onto the player?
18:14:07pamauryyes
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18:26:55pow4hpamaury thanks now it is returning 1 and 53, but the contents of myfile are 543 so i only want it to return the first character, 5. So did i create the data file wrong or something? i typed vi myfile (insert mode) 543 :wq
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18:30:22pow4hhi. i want to make a 'data file' so i can read it with a POSIX-style read function. can I just go do vi myfile, 123 :wq, or is there a special way to create the file?
18:36:12gevaertspow4h: 53 is '5' in ascii. This is entirely expected
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18:43:35CIA-44Commit 29c7259 in rockbox by 03Amaury Pouly: imx233: correctly stop charging on topoff (fix battery discharging)
18:45:03pow4hgevaerts thank you. does anyone know how to type the 'start of heading' character, which is ascii for 1?
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18:46:27CIA-4429c7259 build result: All green
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18:50:37thomasjfoxSomething for the ARM gurus out there: [lib/unwarminder/unwarm_thumb.c:399] -> [lib/unwarminder/unwarm_thumb.c:399]: (style) Same expression on both sides of '&&'.
18:50:47thomasjfoxThat line is: if(M_IsOriginValid(state->regData[rs].o) && M_IsOriginValid(state->regData[rs].o))
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18:51:04thomasjfoxI guess the first field should be "state->regData[rd].o"?
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18:57:58funmanthomasjfox: that's for wodz
18:58:21thomasjfoxfunman: I'll just post a patch on gerrit and he can review it
18:58:50Tornethat code is just the upstream library we imported, though
18:58:55Torne:)
18:59:00thomasjfoxStill in our code base ;9
18:59:12Torneyes, but i mean: he may not be able to judge it any better than you :)
18:59:28thomasjfoxAlright, I'll take a look at upstream first and report it there if needed
18:59:46Tornei suspect he last change upstream was years ago, also
18:59:46thomasjfoxJudging by the code below the statement, it's borked
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19:00:33Tornealso no, it's not rd
19:02:01thomasjfoxhmm
19:02:23Tornethe and is just redundant
19:02:49Tornethe format 4 thumb alu operations only have one source register
19:03:01Torneoh wait
19:03:04Torneno i'm dumb
19:03:31Torneyeah, you are right
19:03:41Tornethis code is too damn long :p
19:03:43thomasjfox:)
19:03:59thomasjfoxI'll send a fix to upstream, let's see what he has to say
19:04:19Tornewe can still fix it in our code, but i suspect it will make no real difference
19:04:27Torne:)
19:06:22thomasjfoxI'll push a fix
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19:19:35jlbiasinipamaury: after the sbloader command and then the dd one what should i do to recover the bootloader?
19:20:04jlbiasinijust unplug?
19:21:01passstabwhat am i supposed to do with the message ata error -1 ?
19:21:21passstabit says i should go into disk mode
19:21:32passstabbut not what i do after
19:21:53jlbiasiniand also is the actual bootloader (actual i.e. compiled from git) ok?
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19:35:37jlbiasiniok it seems I updated succesfully my bootloader but I still can't boot into of
19:41:49jlbiasinikugel: would you have a look to my PLA patches please? I know this must be f***... boring but if you could review one or two we'll be going on. I figured out that a few test_ plugins are still relying on local keymaps they will be next!
19:42:16passstabanyone?
19:43:13jlbiasinipassstab: not sure I'm competent, what are you trying to do?
19:44:10passstabmy ipod g2 says ata error -1 enter disk mode
19:44:11fs-bluebotNo review with id 2 found
19:44:33passstabbut not what i should do then
19:44:59jlbiasiniwhat are you trying to do? on what occasion did the message appears?
19:45:21passstabi don't know what causes it
19:45:27passstabi'm running 3.10
19:45:48passstabi can reboot and it works fine
19:46:10jlbiasiniis it on power up? is it on plug USB is it while playing... ???
19:46:21passstabbut i don't know if it is indicating something importaint
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19:46:37passstabi think either of those
19:48:25jlbiasinithis is something related to with the disk but I just can't help anymore :(
19:49:33passstabthe only thing i see that i can do in disk mode is restore to factory
19:50:07pow4hafter i made a data file and used the read() function, my mp3 player says plugin returned error #leak-file-handles SELECT=yes Any other = no. the program still ran though. what should i do?
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20:00:15jlbiasinipamaury: ok my mistake! It works
20:00:36funmanpow4h: close()
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20:09:18passstabfunman: what should i do?
20:10:44funmanpassstab: send me your nano2g :)
20:11:09passstabdoes restoreing to factory help?
20:15:02CIA-44Commit e8c7d10 in rockbox by 03Thomas Jarosch: Fix mismatching C++ new[] / delete calls
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20:50:10pow4hI have int fd=rb->open("/myfile",O_RDONLY); char array[10]; rb->read(fd,array,1); rb->splashf(100,"%d",fd); rb->splashf(100,"%d",array[0]);. Is char array[10]; the only line of code responsible for changing the data file's bits into characters?
20:51:12funmanpow4h: #rockbox is not a C tutorial channel
20:51:53passstabthats c#
20:52:30passstabfunman is there anyone i should wait for to ask?
20:53:19passstabor did that message get in magically?
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21:30:38saratoga_Zagor: the "diff all" buttons on the gerrit website open up one tab PER FILE when you click them
21:30:52saratoga_on my system with only 3GB of RAM this is a great way to crash my browser :)
21:31:03saratoga_if i click on a very large change
21:31:18saratoga_could we have those buttons show all the diffs on one page sequentially?
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21:55:58jlbiasiniHello, where do we stand on: FS #12584. Is there a special policy before to commit such a patch?
21:55:59fs-bluebothttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12584 3Updated some missing items for Simplified-Chinese translation (patches, unconfirmed)
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22:00:17funmanif you know a native chinese speaker ask him, else just commit
22:00:34bertrikI don't know if we have a real policy. IMO, the first contribution by someone should be looked at a bit more carefully
22:00:37funmanwe could use a list of what languages developers speak natively
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22:01:16bertrikthere are some phrases in there where the translated phrase is the same as the english one, probably wrongly so
22:02:31bertrikso I think it shouldn't get committed as it is now
22:05:00bertrikmeh! to people asking a question and then leaving soon after
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22:08:38AlexPsaratoga_: That is a gerrit limitation
22:08:50AlexPI already asked the same question
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22:21:36gevaertssaratoga_: this won't help with actual review (i.e. adding comments and things), but the gerrit page has a gitweb link where you can look at the entire thing in one go
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22:54:39dfktis there a way to download a combined .patch/.diff from gerrit? i only found links to download single full files
22:55:21gevaertsdfkt: go through gitweb
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22:56:40dfktgevaerts, you mean the linux application, i presume?
22:56:45gevaertsno
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22:57:03gevaertsI mean the "gitweb" link on the gerrit page
22:57:21dfktah, the tiny one - now i see it :)
22:57:47dfktah, the "parent" diff seems to be the complete one there
22:57:55dfktthanks!
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22:58:43dfkthmm, that still can't be downloaded
22:58:51saratoga_the git web interface stuff is ridiculously confusing
22:58:57dfktyeh, it's horrible
22:59:15saratoga_i guess its because everyone who uses git uses command line tools and stuff, but still
22:59:20dfktoh wait, the "patch" link gives a plain text
22:59:24gevaertsdfkt: "raw" or "patch"
22:59:25saratoga_the svn people got their stuff together
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23:00:03saratoga_also, does anyone want to take a look at Sean's librbcodec stuff on gerrit?
23:00:18saratoga_i'm generally in favor of his work but large scale reorganization isn't really something i have a feel for
23:00:44saratoga_that said i've been using his work for debugging codecs in the tiny bits of development time i have these days and its quite useful
23:00:51saratoga_being able to use rockbox like ffmpeg is really, really nice
23:02:35funmanreusing rockbox codecs would also be easy
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23:27:32Tornefml: in case hyou read this in logs, the reason you can't run git show −−pretty=fuller is because your irc client or web browser has turned the hyphens into em dashes so you are typing git show −−pretty=fuller instead which is not the same characters
23:27:53Tornefml: paste me the *actual error from gerrit* as well as checking what git show says the commit is by :)
23:28:16Tornei can tell they are em dashes because you copied them back to irc that way, and indeed that's the error you get if you use them :)
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