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#rockbox log for 2012-07-25

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00:06:34aswhy aren't my themes working? when I change the theme the font stays small always
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00:10:14asfor example optimalinfo theme, the size of letters should be very big, and it's very small, like on default theme
00:10:40gevaertsDo you have the font pack installed?
00:10:44bertrikmaybe you need the extra fonts
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00:10:57asright
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00:19:00wodzgevaerts: thanks for testing. 0x709ec is actual memory access in safe_read32() function used by unwarminder which means it crashed earlier and tried to unwind stack which pointed to some faulty address.
00:19:16gevaertsah, interesting
00:20:04gevaertsI did find that same address a bit suspicious :)
00:20:36wodzanyway v10 is a progress still
00:20:38wodz:-)
00:20:45gevaertsDefinitely
00:20:53bertrikwodz, v10? what are you working on?
00:21:04wodzbflt plugins
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00:21:16gevaertsg286
00:21:18fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #286 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/286 : bFLT loader for plugins by Marcin Bukat (changes/86/286/10)
00:25:08wodzit seems to fix plugins which freezed in v8 but not this which data aborted
00:26:00gevaertsYes, I'd say those "fixed" plugins should check return values a bit more...
00:26:25wodzwhat you mean?
00:26:59gevaertsThey should have handled things a bit more gracefully, like dict does
00:27:12gevaertsi.e. check what get_buffer returns
00:27:18wodzah, yes
00:31:20wodzWell before fix plugin_get_buffer() returned whole plugin buff which lead to plugin code overwrite. dunno why dict chocked on allocation stage but it helped a lot to understand the problem.
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06:55:28CIA-5Commit c81bb4e in rockbox by 03Jonathan Gordon: Initial rockbox.desktop file for Linux DE's
06:57:50CIA-5c81bb4e build result: All green
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07:00:11JdGordonwe just need some DBUS support, and something like "$rockbox −−next/prev"
07:00:20JdGordons/and/or/
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09:30:44kugelJdGordon: we now put files to git root?
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09:51:33wodzTheSeven: ping again
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10:03:24TheSevenwodz: pong
10:03:27[Saint]Is it not slightly weird to put rockbox.desktop (last commit) in the root of the checkout?
10:03:49[Saint]Oh...late to the game.
10:04:48funmanJdGordon: if you want to use DBUS, take a look at MPRIS
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10:14:49CIA-5Commit 229d88c in rockbox by 03Frank Gevaerts: Move rockbox.desktop to a better place.
10:15:50JdGordonah damn, didnt see the packaging dir
10:15:54JdGordonthanks for moving it gevaerts
10:16:00gevaertsYou're welcome :)
10:16:59CIA-5229d88c build result: All green
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10:29:11JdGordonhmmm... can FS #10575 be used to do something like "rockbox −−skip"?
10:29:12fs-bluebothttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/10575 3Simulator remote-control (patches, new)
10:29:49JdGordonthat should just be open the pipe if it doesnt exist, and if it does connect, send the command and quite no?
10:30:01JdGordonquit*
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10:39:57kugelJdGordon: what do you want to achieve?
10:40:07kugelsupport multimedia buttons?
10:42:17JdGordonindirectly yeah
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10:45:42kugeli think i looked at how rhythmbox does it but i didn't understand it
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11:13:06wodzTheSeven: we can't sync apparently
11:15:57TheSevenwodz: this time it seems to have succeeded though :)
11:16:59wodzTheSeven: how to use postmortem stub and what it gives? Pure mem dump?
11:17:12TheSevenwodz: read access to arbitrary memory locations
11:17:17TheSevenso it can be used to dump some hw state as well
11:17:35TheSevenso you have a panicing nano2g?
11:18:07TheSevenlast time I checked the postmortem stub didn't quite work for some reason, possibly because USB hardware state was screwed up too badly when it started
11:18:15wodzon my own request through g286
11:18:16fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #286 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/286 : bFLT loader for plugins by Marcin Bukat (changes/86/286/10)
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11:19:02wodzTheSeven: where are PC tools to interact with the stub?
11:20:06TheSevenno idea where it's hiding, but there should be an rbpms.py file somewhere
11:21:01wodzfind . -name rbpms.py gives nothing
11:21:29TheSevenhttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/11701
11:21:31TheSevenhere it is
11:22:44wodzagh, Why not to commit it to git tree? With a bit of documentation ;-)
11:22:53TheSevenno idea why that didn't happen
11:23:03TheSevenI thought I had dropped it into the tools folder or something
11:23:19TheSevendoes the post mortem stub itself work?
11:23:27TheSeveni.e. do you see it in lsusb?
11:24:03wodzdon't know - first I wanted to gether all tools needed and failed
11:25:14wodzare there other debugging means emcore will give me? gdbstub or something?
11:26:59wodzTheSeven:^
11:28:51TheSevenwodz: emcore does offer some more debugging features, but no gdb stub (yet)
11:30:53wodzTheSeven: What is the cause of the lack of gdbstub? Technical difficulties or just nobody implemented one?
11:31:03TheSevenprimarily the latter
11:31:13TheSevencould be that some more infrastructure in the kernel would be necessary
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11:31:40TheSevenI tried to expose USB APIs for most things required by a debugger stub, but no idea if that's sufficient for GDB
11:31:42TheSevenprobably not
11:33:10TheSevenit provides some basic means of debugging though (logf via usb, memory access via usb, thread register state dump, ...)
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11:40:53wodzTheSeven: I am interested in something different - I would like to run rockbox under control of gdb on target.
11:41:12TheSeventhat would probably require a lot of effort
11:41:20wodzwhy?
11:42:21wodzyou can rippoff basic arm gdbstub either from gdbserver of qemu and the bit left is communication driver
11:43:28wodzIn easier version this would be through UART, in more comfortable setup through usb-cdc driver or some custom one + some glue part on pc
11:50:55TheSevenhm, the usb part of that might be rather tricky
11:51:19wodzwhy?
11:52:24TheSevenwell the usb driver is a couple thousand lines of code
11:52:43TheSevenlet alone the cdc stuff
11:53:58TheSevenand we would probably need to patch up the rockbox startup code rather badly to make it not break the gdb's usb communication
11:54:57wodzwe could use some simple custom interface and pc glue part
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12:00:14TheSevenhow does gdb keep control of the hardware while the application is running?
12:00:19TheSevenby means of a communication IRQ?
12:00:45TheSeventhis might mean that all kinds of critical sections in rockbox might screw us
12:01:41wodzYou usually set brakepoint which jumps to your stub
12:02:18wodzit is up to you how this is implemented. You can use hw assisted brakepoints or simply patch in memory
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12:04:08kugelwodz: /home/kugel/.cross-toolchains/bin/../lib/gcc/arm-elf-eabi/4.4.4/../../../../arm-elf-eabi/bin/ld: cannot find W_RODAT
12:04:52wodzkugel: you mean bflt patch right?
12:06:11kugelyes
12:06:33kugeljust compiled a e200 build
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12:10:00wodzkugel: strange
12:10:09kugelkugel: seems to choke on the LD battery_bench.rock line
12:11:05wodzkugel: have you installed patched version of toolchain?
12:11:05kugelwhat's required for a build again? i literall just compiled the build
12:11:15kugelright, i havent done that
12:11:22wodzso thats it
12:11:28kugelsorry for the noise then
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12:12:31wodzrockboxdev.sh from the patch should do the trick
12:12:57wodzit needs small manual intervention though - follow on screen instructions
12:13:16kugelcan i still build normal builds with it?
12:14:01wodzit should build normally without magic flag for the linker
12:14:47wodzto be 100% safe you can install toolchain to different dir
12:15:35TheSevenwodz: you might be interested in freemyipod's patched elf2flt
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12:15:40TheSeven(elf2emcoreapp)
12:15:53TheSeventhat gets away with the standard rockbox toolchain linker
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12:18:16wodzTheSeven: what have you patched? Does it understands .icode, .ncdata and .ncbss magic sections?
12:18:26wodz*understand
12:18:46TheSevenno, there is no such thing in emcore, but I'm sure that could be handled as well
12:19:21wodzSo what did you change?
12:19:38wodzpatched missing relocations or what?
12:20:22TheSevenfixed some bugs, made it work with less weird linker flags, implemented support for ucl compressed binaries, and added some more fields/flags to the header
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12:23:01wodzTheSeven: which bugs?
12:23:34wodzI see you added some missing relocations
12:23:55TheSevenhm, I don't remember the details, that's been years ago
12:24:23TheSevenbut I think it had some issues with some kinds of relocations and some linker flags
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12:34:36wodzhmm the relocation fix stuff is interesting. Need to look at it deeper
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12:45:13wodzTheSeven: did you resign from storing relocation info in network order?
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12:48:32TheSevenprobably, everything I deal with is LE anyway
12:49:33wodzTheSeven: does freemyipod svn have some more advanced web viewer?
12:52:06wodznevermind - found it
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15:41:53bertrikHaving a file config.h in a codec can conflict with the glboal rockbox config.h, depending on include order, right?
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18:13:41TheLemonManis the internal nand read/writeable by rockbox on a clip zip ?
18:18:47bertrikTheLemonMan, the hardware presents it to us as an SD card, we can't access the raw NAND as far as I know
18:19:40TheLemonManbertrik: so its usable/used by rb, right?
18:20:07bertrikyes, we access it through sd-as3525v2.c
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18:22:00lebelliumdid you get your Zip TLM? What display hw version?
18:24:38TheLemonManits on the way home :D
18:27:28TheLemonManive read that the usb connection might be flaky sometimes
18:28:00lebelliumyes... with my theme most of time the USB connection doesn't work so I use the OF USB
18:29:58TheLemonManhuh? how is that related to the theme :P
18:30:34lebelliumdunno. It also occurs with other themes but I have the impression it occurs more often with mine.
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18:51:40saratogai think we have some random memory corruption in the theme engine or usb
18:51:42saratogaon the zip
18:51:45saratogamaybe other targets
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18:57:21TheLemonManworst thing to debug
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19:01:53WalkGoodlebellium i've never had an issue with usb other than the first few weeks of release, while i normally don't run a theme, i've been running dfkt's for around 2 weeks now and no issues either
19:03:33lebelliumIndeed, with the other themes it seems to work well. I have had USB issue for 10 months with my theme :) Maybe because my theme uses more memory than the others?
19:03:56lebelliumor maybe due to my 32GB microSD?
19:04:05WalkGoodhave you tried using less to see if your theory is right?
19:04:25WalkGoodi'm running a 32gb card as well
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19:05:08WalkGoodhaven't tried yours, if you want i'll run it next for a few weeks
19:05:24lebelliumso if you have no problem with a 32GB card I would say it's related to the memory corruption saratoga is talking about or theme memory usage more globally
19:05:50WalkGoodthe latter sounds logical
19:06:36TheLemonManmeh modern targets all have 32/64 mb of ram
19:06:59TheLemonManyou usually never run out of memory unless you start using hi res png
19:08:32lebelliumthen I don't know why the Zip freezes 9 of 10 times when I connect it to the computer with my theme :)
19:08:59[Saint]because the Zip doesn't fall into that category? ;)
19:09:09[Saint]Its got nowhere near that RAM does it?
19:10:02lebelliumI don't know, I'm not really familiar with the debug menu
19:12:40[Saint]It _shouldn't_ matter, though, because the theme buffer should be able to infinitely steal from the playback buffer iiuc
19:13:32[Saint]a wps that stole all remaining buffer would kinda defeat the purpose though I imagine.
19:15:49lebelliumJust tried again to make sure.... the Zip won't connect to the computer and when I unplug the cable it remains on the USB connection screen. I have to reset everytime
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19:22:24saratogaZip has 8 MB of RAM, but tis probably not a lack of ram
19:22:34saratogabut rather something getting double allocated or similar
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19:28:24TheLemonManlolwhat ? 8mb ?
19:28:54AlexPquite a few flash players have small ram
19:29:02AlexPthey don't need it to buffer from disk
19:32:22saratogaclipv1 has 2MB of RAM
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19:34:21amiconnThe old SH1 archoses all have 2MB too. iFP7xx has 1MB (but that port is abandoned)
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19:47:21TheLemonManAlexP: no buffering at all ?
19:47:56[Saint]TheLemonMan: of course the buffer, but disk access is a lot faster.
19:48:02AlexPRI don't know, but the point is they don't suffer from spinning the disk up so don't need to buffer large amounts
19:48:17[Saint]s/the/they/
19:51:21TheLemonManits interesting how sandisk made their firmware tho
19:51:54TheLemonManmodular codecs loaded at runtime, iirc rb has/had the same thing, no ?
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19:58:20saratogaTheLemonMan: yes, we dynamically load codecs
19:58:45saratogathe codecs themselves are sort of built on the plugin system which existed first
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20:02:10TheLemonManheh thats how it fits into 8mb
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20:38:28saratogacodecs are very small though
20:38:34saratogatypically on the order of 30-100KB
20:39:27saratogaabout about 10-15KB for lossless
20:42:34wodzTheSeven: postmortem dumper doesn't work with recent build. The device doesn't show up in lsusb
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21:22:15bertrikStill messing around with opus, I get semi-random skip, but it doesn't appear to happen in the opus decoder. Perhaps we're doing something stupid in deframing
21:27:32gmaxwellbertrik: which files are you getting it on?
21:27:46gmaxwelle.g. only the test vectors? or on files you've encoded?
21:27:51bertriksome files I encoded myself with opusenc
21:28:00bertrikI should try the test vectors
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21:30:32gmaxwellOkay, the reason I ask is that the testvectors have extensive frame size switching... where the files you encode with opusenc won't but they'll tend to have larger ogg pages.
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21:35:08bertriktestvectorXX.bit.opus in http://people.xiph.org/~greg/opus_testvectors/ right?
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21:48:41gmaxwellbertrik: right.
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23:13:44bertrikmeh, I'm struggling and getting stuck deeper and deeper ...
23:13:58bertrikI'm getting a bad checksum in the ogg stream
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23:38:14gmaxwellbertrik: hey, thats good news.
23:38:54gmaxwellI'm going to bet that your ogg layer is broken then... the maximum size of an ogg page is about 65305 bytes. Perhaps it's not allocating enough for this?
23:42:31bertrikI'm now letting the ogg layer do a malloc/realloc
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23:49:11bertrikin hindsight this will be a silly problem, I know :)
23:50:52gmaxwellif you encode with −−max-delay 0 to opusenc, you'll get tiny pages out... might help diagnose it.
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23:53:42bertrikaha! our realloc is really a stub for malloc ....
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23:56:11gmaxwellha. that'll burn memory fast.
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