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#rockbox log for 2012-11-09

00:00:43gevaertsstripwax: you probably want the cherry pick command, and to get rid of it you want some form of git reset, but I can't remember which one right now
00:01:05stripwaxgevaerts - ok thanks. I foresee some playing required.
00:01:22stripwaxThe diff command I need seems to be "git diff master" rather than just "git diff", fwiw..
00:02:03gevaertsIn some cases, not in general :)
00:02:07stripwaxHow do other folks do this - what's a typical working recipe for testing out people's changes from gerrit?
00:02:08gevaertsgit show, more likely
00:02:50gevaertsAh, yes. To get rid of *one* commit, 'git reset −−soft HEAD^'
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00:03:29gevaertsSo to test a single gerrit patch,
00:03:32gevaertsgit fetch git://git.rockbox.org/rockbox refs/changes/40/340/1 && git cherry-pick FETCH_HEAD
00:03:41gevaerts<do stuff>
00:03:48gevaertsgit show to show the diff and stuff
00:04:19stripwaxdoes that scale in the case where I need *two* gerrit patches?
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00:04:35gevaertsand then when you don't want it any more, either 'git reset −−soft HEAD^' or 'git reset −−soft <some commit id>'
00:04:51gevaertsMostly
00:05:17stripwaxI did the "git checkout" (not cherry pick), followed by a "git pull −−rebase" and then (because it complained I wasn't on a branch) a "git rebase master", but not entirely sure what state I am now in.
00:05:30gevaertsHm
00:06:02gevaertsThat *might* be equivalent to the single cherry-pick
00:06:09stripwaxyep, I think it might
00:06:19gevaertsgit log should tell, compared to what you expect
00:06:34*gevaerts is only beginner in all this
00:06:41stripwax:-)
00:07:29stripwaxgit log shows me LOTS of commits (but two top entries are the changes I pulled from gerrit) - is that expected, or should it show ONLY those gerrit change-ids?
00:07:50gevaertsIt should show the full history
00:08:07stripwaxah I think those are just commits in master, which look like the expected ones.
00:08:10stripwaxright
00:08:15gevaertsIf it has the gerrit ones at the top, you should be fine
00:08:35stripwaxI'm sure I'll get the hang of git soon
00:08:37stripwax..
00:09:06gevaertsGetting the rebases wrong can make those end up somewhere halfway, in which case the hashes won't be the same between your tree and the official one, and you're likely to end up in a mess
00:09:23gevaertsWhenever you're *really* stuck, don't touch anything and ask Torne for help :)
00:09:29stripwaxheh, yeah.
00:09:44stripwaxI have no local changes, I could easily start afresh I think.
00:10:04gevaertsYes, but on the other hand that's a risk-free learning opportunity :)
00:10:04stripwaxI've got a bunch of local changes in my old svn repository but that's a different matter..
00:10:16stripwax:-)
00:10:20stripwaxI'll play..
00:10:43stripwaxnext stupid question - how can I update a reviewer comment on gerrit and/or add a new comment? is adding myself as reviewer the appropriate etiquette for commenting on a patch?
00:11:01stripwax(where by 'patch' I mean 'change id on gerrit')
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00:12:09gevaertsTo deal with those, I'd recommend putting your git tree at the corresponding revision (there's probably a neat way to find that, but git log and searching for the right git-svn-id line works), so the change applies cleanly, then make a git commit, and then rebase
00:12:27gevaertsthose == local changes in your old svn repository
00:12:47gevaertshm, not sure about the review thing
00:17:09stripwaxthanks for the help. hopefully I'll get back in the swing of committing stuff back to rockbox real soon!
00:17:23SuperBrainAKHello World well i've got a problem as I was re-soldering the headphone jack on my sansa clip+ just as I got it to play out of both channels and I snap it back together it goes black I hold the power button, plug it in just to power and then to my vista pc nothing exept it telling me i need to reformat it. I pop it open again and hard reset it, once I got some firmware loading screen and then some values(I think hardware?) I have no clue
00:17:23SuperBrainAK how to proceed with it (I love my sansa </3)
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00:24:59stripwaxSuperBrainAK - people might be able to help if you can post exactly what you see on the screem (rough descriptions and guesses probably not enough information to go on)
00:25:32stripwaxSuperBrainAK - is it possible that you broke it?
00:28:58SuperBrainAKthe problem is those screens came up once yesterday and when I pressed a button it goes blank and I havent noticed any physical damage and was trying to be careful, I do know that at least it is charging the battery
00:42:44SuperBrainAKo.k. well... it is on i held the power button and then just pressed it and it came on with the "battery empty shutting down" screen it shut off so i plugged it into 5V and it came on normally with no clock, and its charging now, going to wait to put it back together until it has enough to stay on @3,6v now. thanks for the concern :)
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00:44:34SuperBrainAKby the way whats the minimum battery voltage it will let it be?
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03:43:15amayer[Saint]: JdGordon: did you ever figure out the progress bar slider the other day?
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04:23:22JdGordonamayer: no, no time to spend on it
04:23:26JdGordonmaybe on the weeekend
04:24:52amayerJdGordon: i was just asking if you get what we were talking about?
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04:31:49JdGordonoh yeah, i tihnk i understoood at the end
04:33:48amayercool cool
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04:37:29amayerJdGordon: are you making it possible to exclude a line if the tag isnt set?
04:37:31amayeri.e. if there is no year set
04:37:33amayer%?ia<%ia>
04:37:35amayer%?iy<%iy>
04:37:37amayer%?ig<%ig>
04:37:39amayerwould output:
04:37:41amayerSenses Fail
04:37:43amayerRock
04:37:52amayerinstead of:
04:37:54amayerSenses Fail
04:37:58amayerRock
04:38:54amayer(or am i missing some special piece of knollege about the theme engine that would let me do this)
04:39:16JdGordon?
04:39:45JdGordonno, its not possible to go back a line if it is empty
04:39:50JdGordonif thats what you're asking?
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05:00:45JdGordonamayer:
05:01:34amayerJdGordon: oh ok. thats what i was asking
05:01:50JdGordoni tihnk it ould be really easy to add thugh
05:01:53JdGordonbut a bit nasty
05:02:27amayerim trying to get familiar with the theme site or i would be looking more into the themeing engine
05:02:32JdGordonsaint has an awesome setup which checks what the previous lines are expected to show to decide what to show now
05:04:39amayer[Saint]: ping
05:04:41amayeryour theme engine hacks/bug exploits are needed
05:05:05amayerwait... he isnt here
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05:41:21SuperBrainAKwell world i think im in the market for a new sansa because i leave it to charge set the date & time then hit resume playback and it gets stuck saying "loading" and i turn it off and it insists on staying off any way. any way i could refirmware it in its current state? (not showing properly as a removable drive and not really booting up)
05:42:21SuperBrainAKsorry i couldnt think of a better word for refirmware :)
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09:42:35wodzSince we have tlsf in /lib wouldn't it be benificiary to use it for lua? It is usually faster then dlmalloc (especially in worst case scenarios where it is faster something like 3-4 orders of magnitude) and causes less fragmentation.
09:42:43wodz?
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10:32:47kugelwodz: i think so
10:32:54kugeli thought it does already?
10:33:14wodzkugel: no it uses dlmalloc
10:35:00wodzThe only quirk I see is that current implementation in luaplugin allows to grab audiobuff in case of OOM in pluginbuf transparently. This will need wrapper (rather simple one).
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12:21:53Tornegevaerts: i think you meant reset −−hard talking to folks earlier
12:22:16Torne−−soft undoes a commit, but leaves *files* alone, and leaves them added to the index, i.e. it is the literal opposite of "commit"
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15:24:30wodzha, I've got animated gifs to work
15:24:46wodzgonna cleanup stuff a bit and I'll push it to gerrit
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17:18:24amayer_does anyone currently admin for the themesite?
17:21:33AlexPamayer_: yes
17:21:46AlexPIf you mean approve themes and the like
17:21:49AlexPrather than server stuff
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17:28:54amayer_AlexP: i was wondering because this theme
17:29:01amayer_http://themes.rockbox.org/index.php?themeid=1665&target=ipodvideo
17:29:02amayer_is an old version of this theme
17:29:02amayer_http://themes.rockbox.org/index.php?themeid=1666&target=ipodvideo
17:29:03DBUGEnqueued KICK amayer_
17:29:03amayer_and they are both still listed as being there.
17:29:05amayer_I also noticed that the theme site has said "Admin Work Needed" for a while now.
17:30:04AlexPIt always does
17:30:13AlexPAs there is always something waiting
17:31:04AlexPAnyway, I'll fix that
17:31:04AlexPWhen the server decides to respond
17:35:54amayer_AlexP: Thanks
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18:36:11bertrikI think I found a bug relating to RDS parsing
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18:39:38lebelliumah!
18:40:23lebelliumI don't know what is RDS parsing but everything dealing with "RDS" and "bug" is interesting to me
18:40:39lebelliumI'd really like it to work properly again
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18:49:27bertrikanyone here with a zen vision M?
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18:58:28bertrikthe algorithm to decide if a full radio text message has been received is actually quite fuzzy now
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19:01:19SuperBrainAKsomebody should totally make radio receiving code that allows for song updates/and even auto set for the clock!
19:05:38bertrikyeah, in theory we can do more fun stuff with RDS, the RDS station id can be used to display a station logo, clock setting is indeed possible (see FM radio debug screen)
19:07:43SuperBrainAKwich would be where?
19:08:26SuperBrainAKoh never mind my sansa's dead
19:09:19SuperBrainAKnow how about actually implementing it?
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19:15:28bertrikit's work and we need to decide how exactly it can be done best
19:19:18SuperBrainAKif i knew more about programming i would love to help but for now i can just throw out ideas, i'd say put some code together that doesnt crash the build and improve from there.
19:29:25SuperBrainAKi do know that the 5G ipod nano's OF is able to recieve the song and other basic info. do you guys actually have the OF to use? or just get hardware support from the creators?
19:30:00Torneneither of these things
19:30:11Tornewe reverse engineer how the hardware works by looking at the OF
19:30:19Tornebut we don't use any of their code
19:30:36Torneand while on some devices there are datasheets/manuals for some of the chips, there is never really any docs for the player itself
19:30:51Torneso even if every individual chip is documented you have to guess/work out how they are wired uyp :)
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19:31:44SuperBrainAKso you just see how OF behaves and work from that? ikes thats why its so hard :|
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20:20:00melmothXthat's truly amazing. Which kind of pre-existent knowledge do you need to have? both hardware and software, I guess
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20:43:25rifferis there someone who could tell my why I am banned from the forum? I have no clue at the moment...
20:43:41gevaertsProbably by accident
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20:44:04gevaertsWhat's your forum username?
20:44:39rifferthe forum says "Sorry Riffer, you are banned from using this forum!
20:44:39rifferGo away"
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20:46:02riffermaybe my email was not up to date. If it says any email like @penny.prima.de I just may have not seen a ban message.
20:46:23gevaertsRight. Probably akismet intercepted one of your posts (it does unfortunately have false positives), and then whoever cleaned up the intercepted posts wasn't paying enough attention
20:46:23rifferas above my forum username is "Riffer"
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20:47:21*gevaerts is busy removing the ban. If only that was a bit faster...
20:47:22rifferok, what can I do now? yesterday all was working for me
20:47:42*riffer thanks gavaerts
20:50:01gevaertsOK, you should be able to use the forums again
20:50:16*gevaerts does consider banning riffer for misspelling his name though! ;)
20:50:39*riffer is busy checking ;-)
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20:51:17*riffer is very sorry for misspelling gevaerts name
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20:52:51rifferthank you again - I am back in business... could you see why I was banned?
20:53:32gevaertsYes. What I said. Someone not being careful when checking for false positives
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20:53:53rifferok - I will do my very best not to be on the list again ;-)
20:54:25gevaertsNot much you can do about that
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20:59:39amayer_i can only remember 1 of my posts that wasnt marked as spam... and i have 20 posts
20:59:41amayer_did we get "rockbox.org" removed from the filter?
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21:00:32gevaertsWe don't control the filter
21:00:47amayer_oh...
21:01:12amayer_im just wondering who would program in the logic to ban the domain that the site is hosted on
21:01:34amayer_(or lack the logic to check if its the domain the site is being hosted on)
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21:02:29gevaertsI suspect a large part of the problem is that our forums *never* notify akismet of false positives
21:06:23amayer_do we use an API? or something someone else made?
21:06:40amayer_are the forums in www on git?
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21:07:30rifferI would like to add a small notice to the "UsingGit" page. Could someone add "KaiPosadowsky" to WikiUsersGroup?
21:09:03gevaertsriffer: done
21:09:17rifferthank you for service
21:10:09gevaertsamayer_: we use the akismet mod that's around somewhere, with some modifications. Ask scorche for the latest versions of everything if you want to work on it, or (probably better) try to motivate him to work on the smf2 upgrade plans
21:11:45amayer_gevaerts: will moving to smf2 help with spam?
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21:13:00gevaertsI'd expect so, yes. smf1 dates from the good old days when a serious spam problem was three posts per day, and nobody works on it any more
21:13:42gevaertsAlso, I do *not* want to touch that akismet mode any more. If you want to, feel free...
21:14:22amayer_gevaerts: oh you were the one that worked on it? *sees why it works so badly*(jk)
21:14:25amayer_where is the mod?
21:14:49gevaertsIIRC it's not on the smf repository any more
21:14:51lebelliumbertrik: may your latest commit fix FS #12759 or has it nothing to do with it?
21:14:52fs-bluebothttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12759 3Various RDS issues (Clip Zip, YP-R0) (bugs, unconfirmed)
21:15:12gevaertsAnd yes, it works rather badly, but I think it works better than before I touched it :)
21:15:33gevaertsscorche should be able to email you all needed files
21:15:48amayer_ill get at him. thanks
21:15:59amayer_scorche`: you there?
21:17:05amayer_gevaerts: do you know if we have a commercial liscense or a free one?
21:20:17amayer_gevaerts: is this the forums we use?
21:20:19amayer_http://www.simplemachines.org/
21:20:24gevaertsyes
21:20:29amayer_ok thanks
21:20:52gevaerts1.1.16
21:21:18amayer_newest stable is 2.0.2
21:22:09gevaertsYes, but we're not on 2 at all yet
21:24:17amayer_ill have to read up on it but if we can use the same database it shouldnt be too hard
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21:47:15bertriklebellium: possible, but unlikely I think
21:48:12AlexPamayer_: We use lots of mods
21:48:18AlexPIt isn't a problem of converting the database
21:51:07AlexPnot entirely anyway :)
21:53:53amayer_ill have to talk to scorche about the mods and stuff and see what i can do
21:54:37amayer_i have a free lance gig that takes up all my time right now but in a week or 2 i should be good to work on it
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22:35:26fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #348 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/348 : imageviewer: gif viewer based on giflib-5.0.2 by Marcin Bukat (changes/48/348/7)
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23:15:59fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #290 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/290 : Implement basic glyph fallback. by Yuri K. Schlesner (changes/90/290/2)
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