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#rockbox log for 2012-07-27

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00:33:50saratogado i want to use the "checkout", "pull" or "cherrypick" option in gerrit?
00:36:04funmansaratoga: git checkout creates a unnamed branch
00:36:44funmanyou can go back with 'git checkout master', and it will forget all the work you had
00:37:16funmangit cherry-pick will do just like if you had downloaded the patch, applied it, and used git commit
00:37:21saratogaok so if I then create a new branch after a check out it will put all of that into the new branch?
00:38:05saratogaIIUC, if I've already made a branch, i should cherry pick, and if i haven't i should use the checkout line and then make a new branch?
00:38:19funmanyeah
00:38:38funmancheckout + git checkout -b mybranch will give a name to that branch (just tested it)
00:38:56saratogacool
00:39:06saratogadoes the current opus code run in the sim?
00:39:17funmanyeah
00:39:19saratogaor warble i guess
00:39:26funmani'll upload a new changeset with bertrik's description
00:40:03saratogawas going to look and see how hard it would be to remove the crappy opus MDCT in favor of ours
00:40:22saratogaalso, is there a standard opus test file i can use?
00:41:47funmansaratoga: pushed new changeset, and https://people.xiph.org/~greg/opus_testvectors.zip
00:42:57saratogahow do i update to the new changeset?
00:43:00funmana big problem i think is variable frame length (thus the need for realloc)
00:43:11funmansaratoga: git fetch git://git.rockbox.org/rockbox refs/changes/00/300/6 && git checkout FETCH_HEAD
00:43:19funmanthe /6 just changed (patch set 6, was 5)
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00:56:27saratogafunman: that detached me from my branch?
00:56:45saratogahow would i merge changes with the new patch set?
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01:15:30saratogaso opus likes non power of 2 MDCTs?
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01:18:18gmaxwellOpus uses transforms of size 120/240/480/960, which are indeed not powers of two.
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01:20:58saratogagmaxwell: thanks
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01:21:23saratogaso using our nice mdct lib isn't going to work
01:22:04saratogawhats the reason they're so close to but not quite powers of 2?
01:22:58gmaxwellBecause they need to have factors of 3 and 5 in them to make the seemless sample rate / band-pass switching possible.
01:23:16gmaxwellThere are also some apparently leakage improvements from having more distinct prime factors in the transform.
01:24:16saratogahmm ok
01:24:38saratogai wonder if we could use our current split radix transform down until only non-2 prime factors are left
01:24:54saratogai need to look up how non power of 2 FFTs work
01:24:58gmaxwellThe implementation in opus is pretty fast— it's based on using a complex fft with pre/post rotations. Other than not using platform simd, and a small constant factor for the pre/post rotations it should be as fast as any specialized transform you're likely to find.
01:25:12saratogayeah its KISS fft right?
01:25:21gmaxwellWell, it's our fork of kiss.
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01:25:57gmaxwelle.g. we added butterflies for additional radixes (I don't even recall what normal kiss has), and improvements to the fixed point SNR.
01:26:12saratogayeah kiss by default has SNR issues
01:26:18saratogaIIRC it was originally meant for 16 bit stuff
01:26:34saratogahow close to optimal is that algorithm? i don't think i ever looked at it for non-2
01:27:00saratogawe haven't yet found a codec that had an ARM optimal FFT by default I think
01:27:20saratogathen usually we get another factor of 2 speed up by writing it in assembly
01:27:25saratogasince arm compilers are awful
01:27:48saratogahence our move to the MDCT lib
01:27:56gmaxwellWell, it could certantly be made faster by having some other radix components. e.g. a radix 15 component tuned to the platfor would likely speed it up.
01:28:20saratogado you think its not worthwhile to look at algorithmic improvements?
01:28:21gmaxwellbut, there are a lot of other places opus spends cpu.
01:29:00gmaxwellwell using a radix 15 component would be an algorithimic improvement, though depending on cache sizes size 15 may be too large to do at once.
01:29:21gmaxwell(e.g. slower than seperate 3, 5 steps that have more operations but better locality)
01:30:16saratogafor tagets with internal ram we don't care about locality much, since its all sram anyway
01:30:21saratogabut for newer stuff it tends to matter more
01:30:48saratogaso the kf_bflyN are the various radix options?
01:30:58saratogaah sorry, lost track of time, have to run
01:31:02saratogawill look at this later
01:35:01gmaxwellYes.
01:36:18gmaxwellI strongly suggest profiling before diving into optimization.
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01:40:15gmaxwellIn particular, if your target isn't getting a very fast clz implementation via __builtin_clz then there is a good chance that thats the low-hanging fruit.
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06:16:29foobArrris there any working last.fm scrobbler for linux? scrobblethis and laspyt give me "Bad authentication token", I failed at compiling qtscrobbler, and glogscrobbler throws me an exception I don't understand.
06:28:51foobArrrk, nvm. windows version of qtscrobbler works with wine. :)
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09:26:47kugelbertrik: 132fcca has a problem
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11:51:58bertrikhow does a codec know that a new file is being played?
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12:03:57bertrikDo we have any documentation on the codec interface?
12:06:31bertrikOh, it seems the codec main is called for each time we start a track
12:06:44bertrikThis is good, make initialisation easier
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12:17:16bertrikCan I somehow get to the history of e.g. lib/rbcodec/codecs/vorbis ?
12:17:32bertrikThe output I get from git log suggests it's a new file
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12:19:13bertrikoh, vorbis has an ogg_malloc implementation based on TLSF
12:21:19gevaertsbertrik: git log −−follow
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12:45:40kramer3dHello, I get permission denied when I try to install rockbox on my ipod video 5th gen from Mac OS X
12:45:47kramer3dI closed itunes
12:46:00kramer3dand it is formatted to fat32
12:47:53kramer3doh i see I have to select the drive
12:47:57kramer3dsomehow I missed it :)
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13:20:57bertriklooking into a weird opus problem now, where the second track in a specific sequence always fails on the same packet
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14:00:29kugelbertrik: did you see my ping?
14:00:36bertrikno
14:02:06kugelhm, thinking about it more, continue to ignore it :P
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14:13:32TheLemonManhrm, just unpacked my zip, is it suggested to upgrade the ofw beore installin rockbox ?
14:14:37gevaertsThat's entirely pointless
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14:21:39TheLemonManhrm, i make zip the build, then build the bootloader and slap both in the internal memory ?
14:24:16gevaertsI'd recommend using a released bootloader
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14:37:40TheLemonManmkamsboot doesn't like being compiled \o/
14:50:08TheLemonMancc: error: directory-120727": No such file or directory
14:55:17CIA-5Commit 9a84bcf in rockbox by 03Frank Gevaerts: Add quotes around APPVERSION to avoid issues when it has spaces.
14:55:29gevaertsTheLemonMan: try that
14:57:38CIA-59a84bcf build result: All green
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15:07:49TheLemonMangevaerts: working prefectly, thanks
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18:25:19TheLemonManhow do i check what kind of lcd i have ?
18:25:59lebelliumOF diagnostic mode
18:26:14lebelliumyou have to rename the fw file before
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18:32:25TheLemonMansounds definitely good :D i hear a bit of distortion tho
18:32:33TheLemonMancrappy headphones
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19:16:39TheLemonManspotted a couple of tiny bugs, when selecting the scrollbar size if you wrap around the list the scrollbar isn't updated anymore. Also, plugins render text with their own font, not respecting the system settings
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19:20:02AlexPTheLemonMan: The plugins one probably isn't a bug
19:20:43AlexPPlugins can choose to do what they want, for instance to make sure that enough text fits on screen
19:21:38TheLemonManAlexP: true, but this requires more mantaining than using a consistent font size across the system
19:21:45AlexPNot really
19:22:01AlexPIf someone happens to have chosen a big font then suddenly the plugin becomes unusable
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19:22:46AlexPChosing the font for the plugin is just part of porting it top the player, same as editing images and doing the keymap
19:23:17AlexPThere may be some that could use the user font of course in addition to this
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19:32:16TheLemonMangotcha, ill have to deal with it then
19:32:55TheLemonManyay for failing usb
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19:40:55TheLemonMani assume the strong dithering i see its because of the oled screen
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20:21:56bertrikwell, at least the replaygain for opus is practically done, now someone just needs to make a tool to calculate the replaygain for these kinds of files :)
20:23:53gmaxwellbertrik: Got the preskip/endtrim working correctly yet?
20:24:04bertrikno, I haven't worked on that
20:24:10gmaxwellIs there some quickstart page that can tell me how I can build and try out rockbox on a simulator?
20:25:40bertrikI guess so, but then I don't know where to find it exactly. It's really easy anyway.
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20:26:49bertrikin the source tree, you just create a build directory, say mkdir build-sim, then enter that directory, run ../tools/configure, select a target (for example sansa e200) and select 's' for sim
20:27:37bertrikthen 'make' to build it, 'make install' to create a 'simdisk' directory that simulates the disk the rockbox is installed on and then ./rockboxui to run the simulator
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20:28:27bertrikyou need sdl for that and all of the standard build tools (make, gcc, etc.)
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20:37:45gmaxwelloh wow.
20:38:27TheLemonManoh, no headphone detection. This ams board is really cheap
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21:00:36bertrikWhat do we store normally in the codec buffer?
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21:18:06saratogabertrik: you mean the compressed audio buffer, or the actual ~ 1MB space where the decoders are loaded?
21:21:20bertrikI mean the actual ~1 MB space
21:21:50bertrikI think we load the .codec itself there and we use the rest as scratch space (like for malloc implementation), right?
21:22:19bertrik1 MB looks comfortably roomy for most codecs
21:24:27bertrikI just figured out the memory corruption problem that has been bothering me for the past 3 or 4 hours: when resetting the memory allocation stuff, I forgot about resetting the pseudo stack
21:25:09gmaxwellResetting?
21:27:43saratogaI think we copy the codec file into place, and then stick the malloc buffer at the end of it so that it increases away from the code data
21:28:05saratogait used to be that we had two separate 512KB spaces, one for code and one for malloc, but they were merged a couple years back
21:29:14bertrikok
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21:30:39bertrikgmaxwell, to try to simplify thing, I tried to reset the whole malloc/free sub-system for each new track we play, so I reset the our naive malloc sub-system, but I forgot that the pseudo stack still had a reference to an older malloc'ed memory segment
21:31:22gmaxwellah!
21:31:34bertriksaratoga, if 512 kB is enough for the codecs themselves (probably 200k would be enough too), then we could get the malloc buffer from buflib instead perhaps
21:32:03gevaertsbertrik: buflib still needs to stop playback
21:32:18bertrikgmaxwell, sorry, didn't find a bug yet in opus ! :)
21:32:30gevaertsSo you can't do that without dropouts
21:37:16saratogawe should just shrink the codec buffer
21:37:36saratoga640KB would be plenty, and some targets already have even less then that
21:37:56saratogai think the only thing that uses more then 640KB right now is long AAC-HE files
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21:52:56TheLemonManquick question, can i load another rockbox build over the running one ?
21:53:17saratogayes
21:53:23saratogait'll ask you to reboot when you're done
21:54:07TheLemonMangreat, does it load .bin/.elf/.sansa or what ?
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22:03:28saratogaits whatever the binary is called in your zip file
22:03:32saratogaprobably .sansa
22:03:58saratogabasically after USB unmount, it just checks to see if the binary has been overwritten and then offers to reboot if it has
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22:11:01bertrikone minor thing to be careful about: if you load a .sansa file, the new file is booted immediately, you may lose any changes in the config you just made
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22:20:16funmangmaxwell: http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/UiSimulator
22:33:39TheLemonManso, the board supports headphone sensing but hangs at boot if i enable it in the interrupt list
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22:38:30bertrikTheLemonMan, as far as I remember, we can only detect one direction: when the analog codec is off and a headphone is inserted, we cannot detect headphone removal
22:41:24TheLemonManbertrik: the datasheet vaguely calls it only "detection"
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23:04:54saratogacan you get it to generate an interupt at all when the headphones are removed?
23:09:08TheLemonManit *should*, by reading a bit more the datasheet i think i should disable the headphones at first
23:09:30TheLemonManas it says that the interrupt bit gets cleared when entering the headphone stage
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23:16:49TheLemonManhah it worked :D
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23:18:09funmangit pull ssh://gerrit.rockbox.org:29418/rockbox refs/changes/00/300/7
23:18:09funmanPermission denied (publickey).
23:18:09funmanfatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly
23:18:59funmanbut, this one works: git pull git://git.rockbox.org/rockbox refs/changes/00/300/7
23:19:13funmanthe ssh:// command comes from a mail I received from gerrit
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23:23:48TheLemonManare the ascodec_* and as3525_ functions interchangeable ^
23:26:06funmanwhich functions in particular ?
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23:27:33TheLemonManread & write
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23:30:56funmanwhich functions exactly ?
23:31:29TheLemonManthe index you mean ?
23:31:39funmanno i mean which exact function are you talking about
23:31:44funmangit grep as3525_
23:31:58funman-> there's only oen function: as3525_dbop_init() and it's not related to ascodec
23:33:45TheLemonManoh, sorry, that wasn't the right name
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23:41:29TheLemonManaww, getting a data abort on ascodec_write
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23:52:51TheLemonManoh, the sync version can't work due to the use of threading
23:57:34funmanyeah on as3525 it needs some care
23:58:20TheLemonManthe async version just hangs everything

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