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#rockbox log for 2012-11-30

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00:53:35followerOfMammonIt turns out i'm stupid, i accidentally pushed the wrong files to the master branch. does anyonw know how to undo this?
00:54:48JdGordon?
00:56:18followerOfMammonI accidentaly pushed files to gerrit
00:56:32followerOfMammoncan i just do 'abandon change'?
00:57:03JdGordonyes
00:57:10followerOfMammonOK thanks
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00:57:30*[Saint] points out that nothing was actually pushed to master and you can just abandone the changes
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03:33:34amayerif i use:
03:33:36amayergit checkout -b BRANCH_NAME -t origin/master
03:33:38amayerwill that let me work on multiple change sets that I can submit to gerrit and dont depend on anything but the current branch?
03:33:55amayer(ie. if i want to work on 2 different features at the same time)
03:47:39[Saint]just do "git branch new_branch_name" and then "git checkout new_branch_name"
03:47:57[Saint]the origin is set for the repo, not the branch.
03:49:02[Saint]If you want to diff against master, do "git diff origin/master"
03:49:45*[Saint] points out that this is covered in the Using Git wiki page
03:50:06[Saint]errr, actually, I don't know that for a fact...but, it damn well should be.
03:50:14[Saint]Ah, yes. Yes it is.
03:51:28[Saint]To get back to master from one of your branches, just checkout master.
03:53:13amayer[Saint]: i dont think you understand my question
03:53:14amayerif i just git branch NEW_NAME it will be based on what ever branch i am currently on right?
03:53:16amayerwell then it will depend on my previous changes(ones i havent submitted yet). ive already had this problem with gerrit
03:54:22[Saint]the reason you're having this problem is because you're not working with branches correctly :)
03:55:55[Saint]Unless you're only working on one thing at a time, you should branch.
03:56:12amayeri am branching
03:56:36[Saint]Then, I'm not clear on what you're fucking up.
03:57:29amayerright now i have 3 branches
03:57:30amayermaster
03:57:32amayerdatabase
03:57:34amayerconfig
03:57:36amayermaster is untouched(exact same as origin/master)
03:57:38amayerdatbase is based on master
03:57:40amayerconfig is based on master
03:57:42amayeris this how i should be doing it?
03:57:48[Saint]Yes.
03:59:03amayer[Saint]: *shakes head* this is way more simple then i am putting it up to be
03:59:05amayeri am confusing myself for no reason
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04:00:19amayerbut i do have another question:
04:00:21amayerlets say i submit the "config" branch and it is merged on gerrit
04:00:23amayerthen do i switch to master and "git pull −−rebase"?
04:00:25amayerand will this effect my "database" branch?
04:01:06[Saint]Yes.
04:01:07amayeror do i just delete branches as they are merged in(assuming im done working on them)
04:02:05[Saint]Well, once it's in HEAD, and assuming you're done working on it...there's no need to keep the branch around unless you're nostalgic about it.
04:02:53[Saint]And yes, it *will* effect your database branch, but it should rebase fine (or allow you to adjust the conflicts manually during the merge)
04:03:12amayer[Saint]: thank you
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04:03:53amayerfor now nothing conflicts in my brances(im not up to that hard core level of coding, and i only have 2 branches)
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04:05:11amayercan anyone that knows basic php check this out?
04:05:13amayerhttp://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/#/c/361/
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08:29:33[Saint]scorche`: Have you noticed that "quote" is non-functional in the forums?
08:29:54[Saint](neither "quote" nor "insert quote" are functional.
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08:51:20wodzpamury: (log) After hitting setup interrupt I have such content of SETUP1 and SETUP2 registers (looks sane to me): http://pastie.org/5456558
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08:53:56wodzpamury: I think the main problem with malformed response comes from incompatibility of struct usb_ctrlrequest and SETUP1 and SETUP2 layout.
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08:57:55[Saint]JdGordon: (log) - I saw a post of yours where you mentioned that the (optional) hiding/moving (I'd really prefer them at the bottom of the list personally, rather than gone altogether) of the <All Tracks> and <Random> entries would be something you'd consider...is this still the case, and, do you have any idea how you'd implement it if you did so?
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10:02:02pamaurywodz: can you commit you work on usb ? this way we have something minimal which works
10:02:11pamauryit would be interesting to find the culprit line :)
10:03:31wodzpamaury: My work is messy.
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10:04:59wodzSETUP1,SETUP2 reg mapping to struct usb_ctrlrequest looks correct
10:06:08wodzpamaury: what should be correct answer of the device to such request?
10:07:10pamauryyou need to give thr setup packet to the usb stack (don't remember the exact function name). It will then call the usb_drv_send/recv functions to done the answer
10:07:28pamauryI can implement/fix that since we now have the interrupts working.
10:09:09wodzGreat. I'll cleanup my work a bit and commit later.
10:09:59wodzpamaury: usb_core_control_request((struct usb_ctrlrequest*)setup_data); should do the trick, no?
10:10:17wodzif so we inform the core correctly about setup
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10:25:55pamaurywodz: yes
10:27:02pamauryof course for it to work correctly you need to have control transfers implemented and there might be subtle things related to 0 length transfers (aka ack) depending on the core but I saw a detailled example of a setup transaction on the datasheet explaining everything
10:27:36wodzlets hope it is accurate :-)
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10:27:51pamauryI need to go, see you later
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11:09:41pamaurywodz: do you have an example atj file with version 7d ?
11:09:55pamauryI don't want to have a look at all files in the archives you sent me
11:20:46wodzpamaury: not here. I can send you one when I get home
11:21:16pamauryyou gave the links to the atj materials, are there such files in this archive ?
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12:06:53wodzpamaury: in usdk130tag_1015_for_actar....rar->sdk/bin/*.drv
12:08:16wodzpamaury: what is the purpose of usb_drv_recv(EP_CONTROL, NULL, 0); before usb_drv_send() in request_handler_device()?
12:10:03wodznevermind, was looking at wrong place
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12:11:23wodzhmm, still it is used in number of places before usb_drv_send() what it is for?
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12:24:20xelaHey, I had rockbox working running on an iPod 5.5 with 80gb harddisk. Now I replaced the harddrive with a 240gb model and get stuck at the bootloader level
12:25:36coppergcc -o convttf convttf.c
12:25:36xelaanybody in here has done something similar? I tried to follow the guidelines but havent had success yet.
12:25:41copper/usr/include/ft2build.h:56:38: fatal error: freetype/config/ftheader.h: No such file or directory
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12:25:52copperany idea what I'm missing?
12:25:58copperfreetype2 is installed
12:27:48copperah nevermind
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12:31:46pamaurywodz: to receive the ack from the host. Basically there are two types of control transfers:
12:31:46pamauryH->D: Host sends setup, host sends (device recv), dev acks (send ZLP(zero length packets))
12:31:46pamauryD->H: Host sends setup, host receives (device sends), host acks (send ZLP (device recv ZLP))
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12:32:12pamaurythe usb_drv_recv(EP_CONTROL, NULL, 0); is before the sent to make sure the ack doesn't timeout
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12:35:47pamaurycopper: freetype2-dev ?
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12:36:35copper'make convttf' simply worked
12:36:42copperbut damn
12:36:53copperUSB on the iPod Classic is _really_ problematic
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12:37:22copperit keeps crashing / freezing
12:38:24pamaurywodz: the firmware modify tool doesn't seem to handle these *.drv things, we need to find a tool which does to disassemble it
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13:22:50wodzpamaury: I don't truly understand - I get such setup packet http://pastie.org/5456558 so according to your description device should send response packet (usb_drv_send to EP0) but the core calls usb_drv_recv() before that. Is it suppose to sit and wait for packet to come from host?
13:23:27pamauryusb_drv_send is blocking but usb_drv_recv is not
13:23:49pamaurywe do the receive so that the core accepts the ack of the host and then we do the actual send
13:24:41pamaurythe acks comes *after* the send but if we did the other way around we could timeout due to the delay of send_complete + usbstack notification + usb_drv_recv. That's why we do it before
13:24:58wodzok, rk27xx driver is broken here I guess
13:26:23pamauryreally the best way to develop a usb driver is with a usb analyzer, especially for the control transfers where you can fail at many points. And you need to know all the weird details of usb :)
13:27:01pamauryoh and also there is trick: many host will actually reset the device before even acking the device the first time it is connected
13:27:22wodzwireshark should do, and for all bloody usb details I have pretty good support from you :-)
13:29:32pamauryone thing you need to know if that some usb controllers treat ZLP as normal packets, so will require you to set a special bit and so will even manage them in hardware in which case you should absolutely not trigger a receive :-/
13:29:40pamaury*some
13:30:50wodzI am just looking at sdk to see if they wait for ack
13:30:56pamauryanother painful points is that some usb controllers which automatically break the usb control data in packets and some will require you to do it manually, in which case you must be careful because you need to send a ZLP if the transfer size is a multiple of the packet size
13:31:35pamaury(except if you send the exact amount of data requested by the host perhaps, I'm not sure)
13:32:39wodzusb is soooo overcomplicated for what it does actually
13:37:44pamaurythe high-level view of usb is nice imo, but the low-level details are complicated
13:39:24wodzpamaury: what is "2 stage transaction"?
13:40:09wodzD->H ?
13:40:45pamauryDevice to host
13:40:45pamaurya two stage transaction with two stages: one send/recv and one status(ack). You can have one stage transaction where there is no data sent and only a ack
13:41:58pamauryBasically you have 3 cases:
13:41:58pamaury1) Host sends SETUP, Device sends ACK (one stage)
13:41:58pamaury2) Host sends SETUP, Host sends DATA, Device sends ACK (two stages)
13:41:58DBUGEnqueued KICK pamaury
13:41:58pamaury3) Host sends SETUP, Device sends DATA, Host sends ACK (two stages)
13:43:03pamaurythe usb stack should manage everything for you, you just have to implement the send/recv in the drive (and ack=send/recv with length 0)
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14:33:41dva5912Hey you all ive got an interesting project im working on for my Fiancee. I found a Craig cmp641F, did a google search just to find out it uses rockbox! who would have thought! I know there may be different drivers, and one online fourm states that i need to disasemble it... What tool can i use to do this (I have the base.rbk
14:33:41dva5912RKW
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14:58:53dva5912Would any one be interested in dissasembling thin bin to find out the driver for the LCD
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15:03:13gevaertsdva5912: I would be rather surprised if it actually does use rockbox
15:03:40dva5912http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php?topic=34081.0
15:03:45dva5912mine matches exactly this
15:03:56dva5912gevaerts: ^^
15:04:26dva5912and i added the rkusb.key to the devices root and it acted exactly the same
15:05:24gevaertsI don't see any indication in that thread of it actually running rockbox, apart from some claimed UI likeness
15:06:13gevaertsAnyway, I suspect wodz' offer of looking at the firmware is still valid
15:06:20dva5912very true. I guess im barking up the wrong tree.. again
15:06:52dva5912Then ill inquire there
15:07:19gevaertsYou're a bit unlucky. wodz left the channel about two minutes before you joined...
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15:07:41gevaertsBut yes, replying to that thread is probably best
15:12:18dva5912very nice.
15:14:15dva5912well maybe im going about this the wrong way.What im wanting to make this do is to do a photo screen saver, and then later on for my project it should need to take input from a usb device via serial to display some information
15:14:37dva5912Ive got a very elaborate system im trying to develop and the device i got would be a wonderful addition to this
15:16:32dva5912Maybe i can wright a simple app to do this?
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15:20:10gevaertsThat's all *possible* using rockbox, but personally I'd look into cheap android devices for that kind of thing
15:20:30gevaerts(possible as in you can probably write the code for it)
15:21:15Torneif you just want a display that does a photo slideshow and can also render simple info from serial
15:21:24Tornethen ther eare LCD/OLED displays with smart enough graphics controllers to do that
15:21:45Tornenot really rockbox related, but look at the 4d systems LCD/OLED modules
15:21:56Tornethey can render images from uSD cards and have a few serial/GPIO pins
15:22:02Tornethey can also run code in a simple langauge from the uSD card
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15:22:08Torneso you don't need a host processor at all for trivial stuff
15:22:48Tornehttps://www.sparkfun.com/products/11315 <- i have one of these :)
15:24:09dva5912Torne: the other screen im working with is approx 4~ " in diameter.
15:24:21dva5912anything comparable to that?
15:24:22Torneyah, the screen is just a screen though
15:24:28Tornei mean, something with a display controller like that
15:24:35Tornethere are lots of similar modules. LCD cheaper htan OLED>
15:24:57Torneanyway, it sounds like you either want something like that or a generic microcontroller with a lcd interface
15:26:08dva5912I mean this is only a thought of adding this. If i dont have this ill just use a 20x4 LCD screen
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17:36:49webguest540hello
17:37:12webguest540i got question regarding bricked sansa clip +
17:38:17funmanwebguest540: yes? just ask
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17:39:49webguest540while using rockbox upon loading ogg file rockbox has stopped and after reset i didn't want to boot up
17:40:36webguest540i followed instructions on how to unbrick sansa clip posted here on rockbox site
17:41:34webguest540after shorting the reset pins on pcb it didn't show me new partition with 980mb, but only 4 mb
17:44:07webguest540when i'm hooking up clip to pc it shows that only 4mb is avalible and i can't format clip
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17:53:39funmanyeah that 4mb partition is something else completely
17:53:51funmanlike emergency mode or i dunno what
17:53:56funmanit is NOT recovery mode
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18:32:33saratogayou should just be able to hold power to reboot the clip player, at least in newer versions of rockbox
18:39:41saratogai wonder if we could make the Sansa SD card driver log errors
18:39:50saratogashould be safe to write them to the main storage
18:40:18bertriksaratoga: great idea
18:40:48bertrikBTW, I'm liking the new radio screen button mapping already :)
18:40:51saratogawe've got that log to disk feature committed
18:41:01saratogashould be easy enough to add logging anywhere we like
18:43:39saratogasd_init_card already has a lot of error values it can return, we could for instance, log those
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18:44:42saratogalogging sd_transfer_retry_with_reinit might also be interesting
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19:12:28*[Saint_] wonders how the conclusion was drawn that this Craig player mentioned above runs Rockbox was drawn.
19:13:01copperit was drawn! twice!
19:13:10[Saint_]Reading the forum thread, it seems to be based on the UI (which couldn't look any less like Rockbox if it tried), and the fact that it plays at least one codec it doesn't document.
19:13:22[Saint_]...sounds like Rockbox to me! :)
19:15:36the-kyle Well, the best test to find out if the device in question runs Rockbox would be to plug it into a PC and look for the .rockbox folder. My guess is that if this folder is not present, the device probably isn't running Rockbox.
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19:17:45[Saint_]That test is horribly failure prone.
19:18:12[Saint_](lets say it did exist, there's no reason at all for it to be on a user accessible partition)
19:18:34the-kyleHmm. Well I guess not.
19:18:37[Saint_]{in fact, there's a lot of reason for it *not* to be}
19:19:28[Saint_]Devices where you can hose the firmware by deleting a directory that isn't hidden by default in the worlds most common FS is a bit of a fail.
19:19:45pixelmaalso, it could happen that you simply copied the folder over (e.g. selected the wrong device) and it wouldn't do anything
19:20:00[Saint_]hehe, snap, pixelma.
19:20:04[Saint_]was just typing the same.
19:20:12[Saint_]You could "lie to" RbUtil.
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19:21:11[Saint]bah! *s/FS/OS/
19:21:16[Saint](makes sense now)
19:22:12the-kyleIt would seem that both could make sense. The folder isn't hidden on the world's most common fs or the world's most common os.
19:22:40*the-kyle doesn't think ntfs hides dotfiles by default.
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19:23:55celaCraig cmp641F is a rk27xx based device and there is actually a working Rockbox port for rk27xx devices.
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19:31:54*[Saint] forgot to add that, assuming it is built from largely unmodified Rockbox source, that the ".rockbox" directory could be changed trivially with a compile-time parameter to any valid FAT filename.
19:32:08[Saint]errrr, directory, rather.
19:32:39[Saint]I highly doubt it is, though.
19:34:11[Saint](point being, even if it *were* Rockbox, the .rockbox directory needn't exist, it could just as easily be FIRMWARE or NOTTHEFIRMWARE, etc.)
19:35:34[Saint]I'm also fairly confident from my minimal Googling that the device itself predates the existence of an rk27** port
19:35:56[Saint]so, unless wodz secretly works for Craig, I think it can be ruled out :)
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20:05:59celaCraig CMP641F are still available to buy brand new, so could be made into an official port without huge effort. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CRAIG-4-3-MUSIC-MOVIE-PLAYER-MP3-BRAND-NEW-SEALED-4-GB-4-HRS-PLAYBACK-CMP641F-/221138478848?pt=Other_MP3_Players&hash=item337ce16700
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20:08:17saratogago for it
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21:46:06xelaHey, I had rockbox working running on an iPod 5.5 with 80gb harddisk. Now I replaced the harddrive with a 240gb model and get stuck at the bootloader level
21:46:06xela<xela> anybody in here has done something similar? I tried to follow the guidelines but havent had success yet.
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21:46:51lorenzo92pamaury: need to fix the tx, but rx works :) http://pastebin.com/A4sjbcEh
21:47:02lorenzo92these pins are sooo little :)
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21:56:04kugelpamaury (logs): can you merge the samsungtools folder with the existing ypr0tools one?
21:56:35kugelI also don't understand why you reinvented the crypt/decrypt cpde
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22:00:37kugelI was sure I reimplemented MuonEncrypt already in the past
22:01:47kugellorenzo92: do you remember what happened about it back theN?
22:05:27kugelI'm sure I had .c code for this simple xor scrambling, yet the MuonEncrypt binary was committed :\
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22:46:24ProdicusWhat's the status of opus decoding on as3525v1 and pp5024? Guy on HA saying his e200 works ok with low-bitrate LP (silk) mode stuff but has trouble with 64kbps and hangs on 128kbps.
22:47:59ProdicusAlso, how much of n1s's optimization work has been merged?
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23:18:24bluebrotherBagder: ping
23:19:09BagderI'm almost here =)
23:20:20bluebrothernice. Can you move Rockbox Utility 1.3.1 to the download server?
23:21:13Bagdersure, post me the link again
23:21:31bluebrotherhttp://www.alice-dsl.net/dominik.riebeling/rockbox/rbutil-releases/1.3.1/
23:22:08bluebrotheris it just me or do others also think that this "folder" structure below the posts is a bit weird?
23:24:43Bagderbluebrother: done!
23:25:07bluebrotherBagder: thanks :)
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