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#rockbox log for 2012-05-29

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00:56:08lebelliumhum kugel I get a *panic* screen " audio_reset_buffer_noalloc" when I initialize the database and I reboot the R0 to enable it
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01:04:41lebelliumkugel: http://www.anythingbutipod.com/forum/showpost.php?p=612189&postcount=761
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04:30:56[Saint]Hmmmmm....
04:31:04[Saint]flyspray hates me.
04:31:30[Saint]I can't seem to find my %ax bug, either flyspray, or Chrome, hates me.
04:32:05[Saint]Ah, Chrome hates me. Nevermind.
04:34:10[Saint]JdGordon: did you by chance check if your patch at fs#12674 worked as intended?
04:34:11fs-bluebothttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12674 3%ax no longer mirrors viewports when user lang is rtl (bugs, unconfirmed)
04:34:24[Saint](patch description makes me thing "no"?)
04:34:34[Saint]*think
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04:38:03[Saint]Hmmmmm, the current setting isn't highlighted/selected by default when entering a settings list/yes~no screen anymore.
04:38:25JdGordon[Saint]: I havnt done any rockbox in over a week :)
04:38:40[Saint]fair enough ;)
04:38:54JdGordonbut from now till the wedding i have lots of free time and need things to occupy my mind
04:39:43*[Saint] sees the bug he just "discovered" is in fact known.
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04:40:32[Saint]seems 688302a is the culprit.
04:40:43JdGordon?
04:42:56[Saint]I was just about to double-up on a bug report because my search-Fu failed me, seems the bug is already known as: fs#12675
04:42:57fs-bluebothttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12675 3Current setting value is not higlighted in settings lists (bugs, unconfirmed)
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04:47:40*[Saint] wishes he was smart enough to figure out the bloody annoying "iPod Color/4G (and possibly others, but nothing I own presently) refuses to acknowledge button presses until the clickwheel is scrolled +/- 1 after diesengaging hold" bug
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04:54:04[Saint].describe 688302a
04:54:05fs-bluebot3touchscreen: Rewrite kinetic scrolling using a state machine. by 3Thomas Martitz (from Sun, 8 Apr 2012 11:15:39 +0000)
04:54:33[Saint]Aha! thanks JdGordon
04:54:51JdGordon\o/
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05:44:46scis 160gb classic stable?
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06:28:10chkktriuh huh? just compiled rockbox (rev 6699326) and got this: http://tails.bloodheaven.net/Temp%20folder/20120529_001.jpg
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06:31:21chkktrioh, and how to update stuff in sources directory after you change somthing?
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06:38:17[Saint]chkktri: errr...what?
06:38:31[Saint]"git pull −−rebase" same as if you hadn't changed anything.
06:38:32chkktriyou're about error?
06:38:45chkktrii changed something, that's it
06:39:21[Saint]yes, it doesn't matter. If there's a conflict during the rebase, you'll be notified.
06:39:29chkktrihm
06:39:40chkktrianyway it seems to work without rebase
06:40:33[Saint]Of course, but, you didn't ask that. You asked how to update the sources after a local change, and the procedure is exactly the same as if you hadn't changed anything.
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06:41:18chkktriok, nvm
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06:47:57[Saint]If you care about tracking changes of any new file(s) you may or may not have added, you should do "git add /path/to/file" to add individual files, or "git add -A" to stage all new/modified files.
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06:49:44chkktriwhat does it give me? i just want to update it from time to time like it was with SVN
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06:51:33chkktri>Receiving objects: 75% (116/153), 220.00 KiB | 41 KiB/s
06:51:50chkktriwhy does it hang like this for ~2 minutes?
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06:52:01[Saint]shitty connection?
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06:52:07chkktridunno
06:52:41chkktrijust clonned into another directory just finely
06:53:11[Saint]If you've no intention of ever sharing any of your modifications, nor tracking changes of newly added files, and just want to occasionally rebase, then you likely don't have to worry about git add at all.
06:53:12chkktrin*
06:53:31chkktriah, ok
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07:09:39mshathlonxpNot Found
07:09:39mshathlonxpThe requested URL /viewvc.cgi/trunk/apps/lang/english.lang was not found on this server.
07:09:50mshathlonxpbroken link :)
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07:21:02[Saint]mshathlonxp: viewvc is specific to subversion, I believe.
07:21:44[Saint]Where does this link occur? (Hinh: If its in the wiki, you can easily do something about it ;))
07:21:53[Saint]s/Hinh/Hint/
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17:24:17chkktrihm, what does "shorten.codec" decode?
17:24:25chkktrismaf.codec*
17:33:34n1sapparently /* SMAF (Synthetic music Mobile Application Format) */
17:33:54chkktriMMF?
17:34:13chkktrii wonder why there's no onfo about this player on site
17:35:05n1ssee appendix B in the manual
17:37:09chkktriah
17:37:46chkktriuh huh
17:38:11chkktriwhat's point on PCM only playback when that's midi-like format?
17:38:15chkktriin*
17:39:21Torne..becuse nobody bothered to implement the midi-like part, and some smaf files are indeed pcm
17:39:24Torne?
17:39:35Tornefeel free to implement the rest :)
17:39:50chkktridunno, the ones i saw used pcm as drums
17:40:01chkktrihehe, i wonder how
17:40:10Tornepresumably whoever implemented it had a use for it ;)
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19:10:39bertrikfunman, actually I'm quite surprised about the big difference in size of intermediate files with -g ...
19:11:31funmanbertrik: you can notice it e.g. if you install libc-dbg or any debian -dbg package
19:12:06funmanbtw i think the increased cpu time is only due to bigger file size to write, it might quasi-disappear with SS
19:12:10funmanD
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20:16:29lorenzo92I just read the email about the test cases: well it is a very good idea. I don't know if you guys are aware of the "agile" methodologies, well look for "user stories" and "acceptance tests" ;)
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20:18:06lorenzo92basically an user story is a table with a title, a description (with point / risk and priority) and acceptance test name (every card is enumerated with a name). Acceptance test defines an input, preconditions, and expected results :)
20:18:13lorenzo92my 2 cents :)
20:18:34funmanlorenzo92: nice suggestion, it would be nice if you answer to the list though
20:18:55lorenzo92funman: uhm do I need simply to reply to the email? :)
20:19:05funmanyeah
20:19:21lorenzo92oh okay easy :D
20:19:32funmani think it makes sense to keep the discussion in one place
20:19:37lorenzo92indeed...
20:21:36*pamaury is in the process of fixing sd-s3c2440.c...
20:28:34bertrikBasically everybody thinks that more testing is a good idea, but we've never really started doing it :)
20:28:43bertrikpamaury, what's wrong with it?
20:29:13pamaurybertrik: it needs random delays to work, an thus it is *damn
20:29:17pamaury* slow
20:29:38pamauryand its poorly written also, lors of suspicious code
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20:30:08bertrikwe had that in the AMS driver, instead of waiting random intervals we now wait for the response of the card
20:31:57funmangit log -p sd-as3525*.c
20:32:00funmanmight be helpful
20:33:32bertrikthe two mci_delays(65536 loops each) in send_cmd probably slow it down, right?
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20:34:01pamauryyes and there are suspicious REG |= in there
20:34:16pamauryplus it's not waiting for command resp
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20:35:59bertrikpamaury, yes I was just trying to look up the meaning of SDICSTA, probably shouldn't be used with |=
20:36:26bertrikclassic way of missing an interrupt every now and then
20:43:26bertrikI see the s3c2440 used in the gigabeat F and X, but those are already declared stable
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20:44:05gevaertsThose also don't do SD
20:45:03bertrikok
20:45:13bertrikonly the mini2440 apparently
20:46:14pamauryapparently I have something working, it still locks up when loading an audio file but I'm not sure it's a SD problem
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20:46:43bertrikby the way, firmware/SOURCES claims that there is no i2c driver yet for s3c2440 ... :|
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21:01:21pamaurybertrik: is that a problem ?
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21:12:35bertrikpamaury, no, there actually is an i2c driver, but it's included somewhere else in firmware/SOURCES
21:13:40bertrikpamaury, what target are you working on?
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21:15:17bug2000Hello. Was wondering about this panic;
21:16:11bug2000SD Xfer read err: 0x8 disk0 | bt pc: 0x3003f959, sp | T : 0x3003FA28 | T : 0x3003B292 | T : 0x3003B81A - Sansa Clip v1.
21:17:15funman0x8 is MCI_DATA_TIMEOUT
21:17:17pamaurybertrik: mio C510e, it's a GPS device, I have been working on this one for a long time
21:19:46bertrikbug2000, is that from a very recent version of rockbox?
21:20:20bug2000bertrik, Ya, latest stable.
21:21:14bug2000The clip started acting up around yesterday.
21:21:30bug2000Randomally having the screen off while light on, or having upside down screen.
21:21:39bug2000Along with random crashes.
21:22:17bertrikDid you wash it?
21:22:43bug2000Nope. It didn't touch water at all.
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21:23:15bug2000bertrik, I did start playing spc files again though.
21:23:50gevaertsHave you had a crash without playing spc?
21:24:13bug2000gevaerts, On playlist not being current track.
21:24:24bug2000Right now I can't even seem to get it to mount on the PC >.>
21:24:37gevaertsAlready played or not?
21:24:48bug2000I think already played. I have more spc files than others.
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21:27:14gevaertsHow often does it crash?
21:27:39bug2000gevaerts, It did quite often crash during playback, right now it panics on every boot.
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21:27:56gevaertsOK, I'd recommend starting with a filesystem check
21:28:08bug2000gevaerts, Can't get the thing mounted right now >.> Any clues?
21:28:16gevaertsUse the OF?
21:28:32gevaertsAlso, you don't need to mount it for checking (in fact you shouldn't mount it)
21:28:43bug2000gevaerts, Meant I can't get that far.
21:29:10bug2000gevaerts, I don't get a letter for it.
21:29:13gevaertsI don't see a corrupted filesystem causing some of those symptoms, but if you get a lot of crashes those may cause filesystem corruption, which could then start causing other problems
21:29:20gevaertsah, windows...
21:29:23*gevaerts can't help there
21:29:32bug2000[I did try earlier while it didn't panic to chkdsk on windows as I didn't get sdb on linux, ]
21:29:45bug2000gevaerts, Not that letter. Was refering to /dev/sd*
21:30:00gevaertsIs this using the OF?
21:30:23bug2000gevaerts, That was using rockbox. Seems like I can't boot OF >.>
21:31:29funmanthen it is likely hardware error
21:31:55bug2000FUBAR?
21:32:41funmanlet it sleep for a few days/weeks and try again
21:33:17bug2000OK, thanks a lot :)
21:33:25bug2000Though that means I need a new player.
21:33:41bug2000Clip Plus or Zip?
21:34:11bug2000[I take it both don't have a hold slider]
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21:34:58*bug2000 wonders if he still got warrenty for the clip.
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21:44:44saratogabertrik: so that clip zip crash problem happens only with voice enabled ?
21:45:12lebelliumsaratoga: same problem with the Samsung R0 and same workaround (disable voice)
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21:45:52saratogalebellium: by the way, are the problems with your theme now fixed? if so i'll close that task
21:46:46bertriksaratoga, yes, the problems is that the database claims all available memory during it startup operation, but also voices things which cause the audio buffer system to also try to claim all available memory -> out-of-memory
21:46:53lebelliumthe WPS loading issue seems to be now fixed on Clip Zip and Samsung R0. Not sure about the USB connection, I have to test it further
21:47:14saratogabertrik: so it will go away if voice is disabled?
21:47:35saratogais voice enabled by default?
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21:47:48bertrikyes, voice is enabled by default
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21:48:01MystKidhello
21:48:01bertriksome voice stuff is happening even if you don't have voice files
21:48:09saratogado voice files need to be installed to hit this bug?
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21:48:13gevaertsIt of course doesn't do much if there's no voice file, but the init bits run
21:48:19saratogai've never seen it, even with db enabled
21:48:19MystKidim having issues intalling rockbox on my device
21:48:21lebelliumno, voices don't need to be installed to cause the bug
21:48:30MystKidits an ipod A1136
21:48:31saratogahuh i wonder why i don't hit it then
21:48:48saratogaMystKid: if you have a question, feel free to ask it
21:49:00MystKidcan somone help me with the install
21:49:11MystKidi downloaded the ipod 1-2 gen files
21:49:21MystKidand palced the .rockbox in the root of the ipod
21:49:40gevaertsGoogle tells me A1136 is the ipod video
21:49:44bertriksaratoga, the problem happens during database stuff on startup (commit steps perhaps?). If you have dircache enabled, it does those steps directly, instead of during next reboot.
21:49:52gevaertsSo a build for the 1/2nd gen won't work
21:49:55MystKidthe old 30 gb one
21:50:12gevaertsWhy don't you use Rockbox Utility?
21:50:17MystKidcause im on linux
21:50:31gevaertsHuh?
21:50:40gevaertsRockbox Utility is developed on linux
21:50:52MystKidwell its tellign em that my ipod is 5th gen
21:51:12gevaertsYes, that's also what google tells me about that model number you gave
21:51:18MystKidoh ok
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21:53:09MystKidit gives em an error
21:54:01MystKidtarget mismatch detected
21:54:14MystKidinstalled target ipod 1st/2gen
21:54:21MystKidselected target 5th gen
21:54:26gevaertsProbably because you installed the wrong build manually first
21:55:27MystKidok
21:55:33MystKidseems its downloading the sources now
21:55:55MystKidif i select complete isntall... will it also install the themes and games?
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22:08:51bluebrotherAlexP, pixelma: can you have a look at g#247?
22:09:38bluebrotherg#247
22:09:39fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #247 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/#change,247 : Filter LaTeX output for errors. by Dominik Riebeling (changes/47/247/1)
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22:10:22bluebrotherhmm, seems appending punctuation marks makes the bot not recognize gerrit ids.
22:12:45MystKidallright it finished installing but its till laoding the default ipod gui
22:13:54bluebrotherthen you haven't installed the bootloader
22:14:03MystKidi did complete install
22:14:06bluebrotherand Rockbox is a firmware replacement, not a "gui"
22:14:18MystKidhow do i reboot the phone? middle and menu together?
22:14:18bluebrotherwell, did you get any errors during installation?
22:14:23MystKidnope
22:14:31bluebrotherdo you have write permissions to the _raw_ disk?
22:14:38MystKidmmmh
22:14:50MystKidi have a .rockbox folder there
22:14:58bluebrotherthat doesn't mean much
22:15:13bluebrotheryou don't see the bootloader on Ipods since it's installed in a hidden partition
22:15:19MystKidok
22:15:35bluebrotheryou can just try to reinstall the bootloader
22:15:48*bluebrother really needs to get that stupid Quick Start removed
22:16:09MystKidwhat wuick starT?
22:16:11bluebrotherotoh, we should really have a new release ...
22:16:16bluebrotherthe tab in Rockbox Utility
22:16:45AlexPbluebrother: Oh, cool, will do
22:16:46MystKidok it says bootloader installed
22:16:57bluebrotherhave you reset the Ipod?
22:17:01MystKidnope
22:17:04MystKidtell me h ow pls
22:17:08bluebrotherwell, then it's obvious
22:17:17MystKidmenu and middle?
22:17:55bluebrotherhttp://download.rockbox.org/daily/manual/rockbox-ipodcolor/rockbox-buildch2.html#x4-70002.1
22:18:01AlexPgevaerts: USB IDs would be good
22:18:09*bluebrother wonders why we do have documentation ...
22:18:21AlexPI'd ask for a large enough for one per device and see what they say as a start
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22:19:14MystKidSafely eject / unmount the USB drive, unplug the cable and restart.
22:19:18bluebrotherAlexP: I was considering to also show warnings like overfull lines some time later
22:20:03bluebrotherhmm, interesting. The reset procedure is only described for entering EDM
22:20:11bluebrotherAlexP: might make sense to add that :)
22:20:29gevaertsbluebrother: as far as I know ipods normally reboot on disconnect if you write to the firmware partition
22:20:34MystKidcant load rockbox.ipod: bad checksum
22:20:40MystKidselect+play for disk mode
22:20:50gevaertsI used to use that to reset them, since it's less fiddly than holding those buttons :)
22:20:51bluebrotherthen you have installed the wrong build
22:21:06MystKidi isntalled what u told me
22:21:16bluebrothergevaerts: they never did for me :)
22:21:26bluebrotherI haven't told you what build to install
22:21:26AlexPbluebrother: They could be identified as something else maybe so as not to pollute build system stuff
22:21:53MystKidits bricked
22:22:06bluebrotherAlexP: well, that should be reported as something the build system doesn't recognize :)
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22:22:15bluebrotherMystKid: you *can't* brick an Ipod
22:22:19bluebrotherexcept with a hammer
22:22:21gevaertsMystKid: unless you used a hammer, it's *not* bricked
22:22:29bluebrotheror other means of applying physical force
22:22:41MystKidcan you kindly tell me waht i have to install
22:22:48MystKidi did select video 5th gen
22:23:09gevaertsMystKid: remove .rockbox and let it autodetect
22:23:22bluebrotherwell, have you actually performed the installation? Or did you cancel on the target mismatch warning?
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22:23:32MystKidit says 1st gen 2nd gen if i let autodetect
22:23:39bluebrotheryes, but removing .rockbox should be the easiest one
22:23:53MystKidi did remove
22:23:58bluebrotherwell, it does *if* you have installed a1g2g build before
22:24:27MystKidok
22:24:28MystKidwell
22:24:33bluebrothersince it tries to detect the player by checking the existing installation. If that doesn't match the hardware it detects the wrong thing
22:24:33MystKidi removed everything no
22:25:00gevaertsIf you removed everything, rockbox utility would *not* detect it as a 1g/2g
22:25:20MystKidok
22:25:22MystKiddetected 5
22:25:26MystKidnow i go to installation?
22:25:32bluebrotheryes.
22:25:36MystKidinstall first the bootloader and then the other?
22:25:41MystKidor complete install?
22:25:47bluebrotherdoesn't matter
22:25:54bluebrotherjust depends on what exactly you want to install
22:25:59MystKideverything
22:26:04bluebrotherbut you need to install at least Rockbox and the bootloader
22:26:11MystKidi want all
22:26:12bluebrotherdefine "everything"
22:26:21bluebrotheryou don't want all. I'm really sure about that
22:26:23MystKidwhat its available for my device
22:26:48bluebrotheryou really want the "format hard drive" plugin?
22:26:58MystKidyeah
22:27:10bluebrothertoo bad, then you need to code it first
22:27:20MystKidallright
22:28:09MystKidhow many partitions does the ipod 5th gen have
22:28:39gevaertstwo
22:28:42bluebrotherdoes that matter?
22:28:57MystKidi was jsut curious.. sorry if i offended you bluebrother
22:29:22bluebrotherok, I guess then I should start feeling offended
22:29:36MystKidare those ext2 partitions gevaerts
22:29:51gevaertsno
22:30:29MystKidwhat are they?
22:30:41gevaertsdon't touch, and fat32
22:30:46bluebrothercustom and FAT32
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22:30:57MystKidno i wont touch.. jsut curious
22:31:02bluebrotheror custom and HFS+, but that's incompatible with Rockbox
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22:31:30MystKidseems its booting now
22:31:47MystKidtakes some time i guess for the first boot
22:32:00bluebrotherno
22:32:09bluebrotherfirst boot takes as long as any boot
22:32:15MystKidits scanning the empty disk
22:34:11MystKidcan i actually play tracks when usb is plugged or i have to unplug it?
22:34:24AlexPMystKid: Please read the manual
22:34:54AlexPYes you can, and it covers that
22:35:09MystKidhows it called in italian?
22:35:14MystKidi mean english
22:36:23bluebrothermanual?
22:36:56AlexPMystKid: http://download.rockbox.org/daily/manual/rockbox-ipodvideo/rockbox-buildch3.html#x5-380003.3
22:37:04AlexPMystKid: Now please read it
22:42:24MystKidwell thanx alot guys
22:42:32MystKidreally appreciate ur work
22:42:55MystKidi tryed for the first time rockbox liek 4 years ago and it got much better
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22:43:33scorche|shin which ways?
22:45:39MystKidi see it got a bunch of new features
22:48:50AlexPscorche|sh: While you are here, the forum left menu needs updating to match the rest of the site
22:48:59AlexPscorche|sh: e.g. dev build not current build
22:49:21AlexPalso the tracker bit
22:49:45scorche|shAlexP: they changed things again? =/
22:50:04AlexPA while ago, there was a -dev mailing list thread about it and everything
22:50:07scorche|shAlexP: can you email that to me? - i dont have the bandwidth to deal with it right now =)
22:50:21AlexPwill do
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22:55:57AlexPscorche|sh: done
22:56:15AlexPbluebrother: What about the over/underfull hbox badness?
22:56:46bluebrothermy plan was to show them eventually in some way
22:56:55AlexPOh, I still see them :)
22:57:04bluebrotheryou do? I don't.
22:57:04AlexPAt first
22:57:16bluebrothercan you pastebin your output somewhere?
22:57:18AlexPOne mo, I'll paste with and without
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23:02:22AlexPbluebrother: http://pastebin.ca/2155605
23:02:37AlexPThat's with the patch
23:02:56AlexPI hope :)
23:03:04AlexPIt looks different to without anyway
23:03:08bluebrotherdoesn't look like
23:03:15AlexPThe end is different
23:03:27AlexPall the Latex processing:
23:03:36bluebrotherah.
23:04:10bluebrotherhmm. I only see the stuff at the end.
23:04:17AlexPinteresting :)
23:04:18bluebrotheri.e. starting around line 1069
23:04:54bluebrotherwhat do you see if you cat manual/rockbox-build.log | manual/latexfilter.pl ?
23:05:42bluebrotherlooks like the output is displayed twice
23:05:51AlexPThat works
23:06:13AlexPI only get starting at "LaTeX processing ./rockbox-build.tex"
23:06:26bluebrotherhmm. Maybe your LaTeX outputs to stdout and stderr at the same time?
23:06:32*bluebrother is puzzled
23:06:49AlexPCould be, I'll try redirecting both to file (one at a time)
23:08:00gevaertsbluebrother: it also stopped working right for me
23:08:11gevaertsNo idea if I just didn't look properly earlier though
23:08:18AlexPNo, seems be virtually everything going to stdout
23:08:18bluebrotherstrange.
23:08:27bluebrotherdo you see the same output as AlexP ?
23:09:05*bluebrother now sees it again
23:09:08bluebrother*as well
23:09:11AlexPhttp://pastebin.ca/2155607 is all I see on stderr
23:09:14gevaertslooks like it
23:09:20bluebrotherah.
23:09:39bluebrotherseems like the problem occurs if you don't have built the manual before
23:09:54AlexPI've been doing make veryclean before each go :)
23:10:03bluebrotherdo you still get the unwanted output when running make manual-pdf a second time in the same build folder?
23:10:15gevaertsI don't
23:10:28AlexPyeah, that works
23:11:08bluebrotherok, so I guess this is related to the fact that the Makefile does several runs
23:12:22bluebrotherah, missed a rule in the Makefile
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23:14:36bluebrotherAlexP, gevaerts: try update patch
23:15:34*bluebrother will be back in 20 minutes
23:16:03gevaertsThat seems to work better
23:16:04AlexPgood job :)
23:16:47gevaertsAs soon as that's in, we can get the build system to do more :)
23:19:22AlexPyeah, that'd be great
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23:27:39gevaertsAlexP: could you post links to those meeting recordings on DevConEuro2012?
23:27:49AlexPSure
23:29:16*gevaerts plans to go through them for minutes soon
23:29:18gevaerts(ish)
23:29:30gevaertsProbably not today :)
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23:32:04AlexPgevaerts: Done
23:32:12gevaertsThanks!
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23:44:49bluebrothergevaerts: that's good to hear :)
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23:50:30bluebrotherhmm, having notifications about changes in gerrit might be nice
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23:53:38AlexPbluebrother: I get notifications when anyone other than me does things
23:54:16AlexPSo I have emails for all three patch sets and Frank's comments
23:55:09bluebrotheryes. I was thinking about (a) channel notifications and (b) notifications on reviews I'm neither author nor reviewer :)
23:55:17bluebrotherthough it seems I can set a watch on the repository
23:56:05AlexPah right
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23:56:55bluebrotherthough of course it's debatable if we want channel notifications. OTOH commit notifications are a good thing as well :)
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