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00:24:09pamaurylorenzo92: great ! I still don't have one :-/ I have find a creative zen V which also has a stmp36xx but still the z5 would be nice to have
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01:35:17JdGordon[Saint]: did you see the 9seg patch?
01:35:37[Saint]...the wha?
01:35:46[Saint]Oh, you magnificent bastard.
01:35:51[Saint]...nice.
01:36:14[Saint]No, I didn't, no. But I shall definitely be poking at this this afternoon.
01:37:17JdGordonits not quite what android does, but it works quite nicely (see logs for screenshot)
01:37:31JdGordonas soon as we come up with the display tag i'll commit it
01:39:02JdGordongevaerts: awake enough to form an opinion?
01:39:57gevaertsHm
01:40:07JdGordong#347
01:40:09gevaertsI'll first have to figure out what about!
01:40:09fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #347 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/347 : skin_engine: User selectable track data display by Jonathan Gordon (changes/47/347/4)
01:40:10gevaertsoh
01:41:45*[Saint] thinks that JdGordon may have passed the wrong review instance.
01:41:58JdGordonnope...
01:42:17JdGordonI want to push 347 but more opinions are necessary
01:42:20[Saint]Oh, you suddenly changed the course of the conversation?
01:42:26[Saint]I see.
01:42:37JdGordon9seg is no question :)
01:44:09gevaertsJdGordon: I haven't really followed the discussion about this, but I'm wondering how the "user selectable" bit actually works
01:44:53JdGordonIt needs a manual change for sure... the user adds a metadata.txt file in the wps dir with specific viewports which has the text they want to display
01:45:05gevaertsOr probably, what "metadata.txt should exist in the wps directory" means. wps/, or the theme's wps subdirectory?
01:45:21JdGordonwps/
01:45:27JdGordonit is shared by all themes
01:45:27gevaertsok, that makes more sense
01:45:59JdGordonhttp://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/#/c/347/4/apps/gui/skin_engine/skin_engine.c line 312 shows the inbuilt one
01:46:19[Saint]The idea is that one file can govern multiple themes, with conditions for X lines of display.
01:46:22gevaertsWell, except of course it won't work at all with any of my own recent themes :)
01:46:51JdGordonyes, it cant cover every theme, but the vast majority will work :)
01:47:03*gevaerts nods
01:47:05[Saint]So that the user can say "If there's foo lines available to display metadata, I want it to display this. If there's bar lines, display this, baz lines, display this"...etc.
01:47:18JdGordonbut it means people who want to show different info don't need to understand a complicated .wps to modify it
01:47:36gevaertsYes. I think the entire idea makes sense
01:48:00gevaertsI'm not entirely sure about the "metadata.txt" name though, not sure why
01:48:03[Saint]It's one of my better, less insane ones :)
01:48:16*gevaerts decides to go for the most important aspects :)
01:48:37[Saint]My initial idea was a lot simpler, JdGordon took it and rolled with it and created something more versatile than I could've dreamed up.
01:48:53JdGordongevaerts: please add a comment the to patch :)
01:49:47gevaertsI'm not convinced that this "%i*" should ever be enforced. I get the "don't even try to put AA here" part, but if people *really* want the clock there, I don't think we should stop them
01:50:58JdGordonit isnt enforced
01:51:32gevaertsThe commit message says "not yet" :)
01:51:51JdGordonok, that can be removed :)
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01:52:09JdGordonI'm open to the ui being made a bit nicer also
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01:57:06amayerJdGordon: [Saint]: did you look into the progress bar slider thing yet?
01:57:43JdGordondidnt you say removing the few lines just fixed it?
01:58:09amayeri didnt try. ive never compiled anything for a target...
01:59:08amayerit looked like the code you showed me just resized the progress bar and moved then slider to where the bar used to start
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02:02:07amayeris it quicker to compile a target or the simulator?
02:02:19*gevaerts presses "publish comments"
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02:03:13gevaertsamayer: if you have the toolchain available, it's about the same
02:03:45amayer...simulator it is
02:04:11amayeris there a wiki page for how to compile for a target?
02:05:15gevaertshttp://www.rockbox.org/wiki/HowToCompile
02:05:35amayer...when i googled it that didnt come up. but i found CrossCompiler
02:07:42amayergevaerts: thanks
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02:24:10amayeripod mini can dual boot correct?
02:25:04JdGordonyes
02:25:17amayerJdGordon: thanks
02:38:15[Saint]amayer: If you can compile a simulator, then, compiling a target binary is essentially no different.
02:38:29[Saint]All you need to do is enter a different number during configure.
02:38:43[Saint](assuming you have the target's toolchain, that is)
02:39:38[Saint]If you've compiled a sim, then surely you have seen the other target identifiers during configure.
02:40:06amayeri dont have any tool chains
02:40:24amayerfirst i need to make a theme that will utilize the code i am going to be testing
02:41:03amayerill just play with the simulator for now.
02:41:20amayerhow long does it take you guys to compile?
02:41:28[Saint]~40 seconds
02:42:33[Saint]My builds range from between ~40-150 seconds
02:42:39amayerholy smokes... it takes my old computer 4 or 5 min
02:44:02amayeri have 5 different computers all running linux but their hardware is slow.
02:44:05amayer(it was all free tho, stuff people were giving away)
02:44:16[Saint]With that in mind, I'm going to put on my speculation hat and say that it'll take about 30 minutes or so to compile the arm-eabi toolchain.
02:44:37amayerill save that for another night
02:44:46amayeryou mean compile each time?
02:44:49[Saint]I'm just guessing your targets are ARM based.
02:45:07amayeryes( iPod classic, i think thats arm)
02:45:11[Saint]No, you only need to compile the toolchain once.
02:45:17amayeroh ok
02:45:26amayeriPod classic is ARM right?
02:45:42[Saint]I'm speculating that if a full build takes you around ~5 minutes, that compiling the toolchain will take around 30.
02:45:45[Saint]And yes, it is.
02:46:26JdGordonamayer: do you want an account on my server which has the toolchains all running?
02:46:26[Saint]slightly off-topic, but, this should help a little:
02:46:37[Saint]"sudo apt-get install preload ccache"
02:47:22JdGordonpreload?
02:47:25amayerJdGordon: sure
02:47:47[Saint]JdGordon: How did you manage to get the yp-ro toolchain compiled on a 64 bit arch?
02:47:52[Saint]*yp-r0
02:47:54JdGordondidnt try
02:48:14[Saint]Ah, well...that's not "all the toolchains" then, is it? :P
02:50:15JdGordonamayer: check your pm
02:51:31*[Saint] sobs...
02:51:43[Saint]*I* never got offered an account on your server... :-S
02:51:47[Saint]:P
02:51:58JdGordonpretty sure you have been :)
02:52:06JdGordonhardly a beefy server
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04:40:48amayerdoes %pb center the bar if the backdrop is bigger then the progress bar?
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04:55:07JdGordonamayer: check the code :)
04:55:48amayer*had a feeling you would say that*
04:55:50amayerim putting together a test theme but i will then
04:56:49amayerits getting too late here to look at code.
04:56:51amayeri couldnt even find the rotate button in gimp... its been a long day.
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05:42:48[Saint]JdGordon: I wonder, can you tell me, ...did you make the rockbox_failsafe.* fallbacks by yourself, or was it a coordinated effort?
05:43:02[Saint]And, if the latter, do you recall the collaborators?
05:43:19JdGordon?
05:43:39[Saint]You made those fallback themes, did you not?
05:43:47[Saint]ANd the statusbar?
05:43:55JdGordonthe *themes* or wps files?
05:45:06[Saint]rockbox_failsafe.fms/sbs/wps and classic_statusbar.(grey/mono).sbs
05:45:49JdGordonthe first 3 were always there, i did rename them though, but they always existed as empty files
05:46:00JdGordonclassic_statusbar may have been pixelma_
05:46:16*[Saint] is just tweaking /rockbox/wps/AUTHORS a bit. Its not up-to-date.
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05:50:58[Saint]Is there some fancy way I can use git to see everyone who has had their paws on a particular file since it entered the repo?
05:51:19[Saint]That would make this attribution detective work I'm doing a lot easier.
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05:52:43[Saint]*cough* Torne *cough*...
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05:55:38[Saint]Nevermind, I figured it out.
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06:35:32[Saint]Right. Done.
06:35:52[Saint]There's actually been a fairly surprising amount of fingers stuck in the Cabbie pie.
06:36:09[Saint]A lot of people never got the attribution the deserved.
06:36:32[Saint]I'll clean up and press the go button in a minute.
06:48:20amayeris there a way to tell if the volume is so far down that it is off?
06:48:30amayer%pv returns 0 twice
06:49:11JdGordon0 is full
06:49:21amayerthen what is "off"
06:49:28JdGordonyou need to compare against sound_min(SOUND_VOLUME)
06:49:46amayerumm... how do you do that in a theme?
06:50:00JdGordonerrr
06:50:09amayeris that a setting?
06:50:35amayersomething i can get with %St
06:52:11amayeris it a flaw that %?pv returns false when volume = 0db ?
06:52:57JdGordonyou're using %pv wrong
06:53:25[Saint]Wait...just checking, are you thinking that 0db is "off", or are you aware that it is "full volume" (ie. line level)?
06:53:26amayerhow should i be using it?
06:53:33JdGordon %?pv<Mute|...|0 dB|Above 0 dB>
06:53:39amayeri did that
06:54:03[Saint]pastebin, you must be doing something weird.
06:54:39amayerhere is what i did:
06:54:41amayer%?pv<%xd(Jb)|%xd(Ja)>
06:54:43amayerand it shows Ja at 0%(see mute) and 0db(see loud)
06:54:54[Saint]yes, that is wrong. like JdGordon said.
06:55:11[Saint]see the line he pasted.
06:55:22JdGordonthat ... is as many conditionals as you need
06:55:35amayeri only need 1
06:55:38amayerwell 2
06:55:58amayeri want it to display Jb if mute else Ja
06:56:15[Saint]I thought you needed at least <mute|some_volume_level|line level|above line level> for %pv
06:56:31JdGordonyep
06:56:57amayerso would this work?
06:57:00amayer%?pv<%xd(Jb)|%xd(Ja)|%xd(Ja)>
06:57:11JdGordonone more Ja
06:57:38[Saint]%?pv<%xd(Jb)|%xd(Ja)|%xd(Ja)|%xd(Ja)>
06:57:42[Saint]oop, too late.
06:57:53amayerwhat is all that needed for?
06:58:01[Saint]see my paste.
06:58:10[Saint]<mute|some_volume_level|line level|above line level>
06:59:06amayeris this some special case?
06:59:08amayerbecause i read that something like %? < | > is if else
06:59:35amayeri mean ill do it that way if it works...
06:59:51[Saint]It does.
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07:00:44[Saint]If you didn't provide cases for line level and above, you'll return false at anything past -1dB
07:00:48[Saint](as you found out)
07:01:00amayerno its just false at line_level
07:01:03amayertrue above
07:01:46[Saint]Hmmm, that's not how I'd expect that to work. Kinda interesting. But, anyway, yeah...you should provide all those cases.
07:01:51amayer[Saint]: or JdGordon: can you document this in the manual. I would but i still dont think i understand
07:02:17[Saint]As far as I am aware it is.
07:02:25amayerthe example it gives is %?pv<0|1|2|…|N>
07:02:30JdGordonthe line i pasted was from the wiki
07:03:12[Saint]Ah.
07:04:52amayerJdGordon: the line you posted makes sense now that i look back. but the example in the manual is misleading
07:09:32amayerim committing a manual update now
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07:23:37amayer[Saint]: JdGordon: g#367
07:23:39fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #367 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/367 : Manual: update %?pv description by Alex Mayer (changes/67/367/1)
07:23:49JdGordonbeat
07:23:56JdGordongrr... yeah yeah i sawed it
07:24:09amayeroh ok
07:24:22JdGordonstill no irc bot :/
07:24:40amayerno irc bot for what?
07:24:54amayeroh for commits
07:25:05amayerwas that an open source project?
07:25:30[Saint] Yes, but, one that didn't believe in decent version control or backups.
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07:25:37[Saint]so...they died pretty hard.
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07:31:23amayer[Saint]: would it be posable to reverse engeneer one from the hooks and host it on rockbox.org?
07:31:41[Saint]Quite probably, yes.
07:32:47[Saint]There are a few other alternative services available, though.
07:33:16[Saint]No need to re-invent the wheel. It is just one of those "roundtoit' things.
07:33:37[Saint]As in, Mr. Someone needs to get around to it. :)
07:33:45amayeroh ok
07:33:48amayeron that note im going to bed
07:33:52[Saint]o/
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07:35:37[Saint]Does someone wanna press the go button on g#368 for me please?
07:35:39fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #368 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/368 : Update /rockbox/wps/AUTHORS and theme headers to provide correct attribution by Hayden Pearce (changes/68/368/1)
07:35:55[Saint]Nothing major, just some cosmetic stuff, and providing attribution for some missing authors.
07:37:37JdGordon[Saint]: you're in contributors right?
07:37:41JdGordonerr.. CREDITS
07:37:43[Saint]Yep.
07:38:31[Saint]First of a bunch of changes I'm splitting out from a really messy tree.
07:39:35JdGordon2 comments before i push
07:39:51[Saint]Ah, bugger. Just saw it.
07:40:52[Saint]I assume one of those was the whitespace trailing error in AUTHORS
07:41:48[Saint]and a double-up author. Grr.
07:47:23[Saint]shit....what am I doing wrong?
07:48:06[Saint]fix changes, git commit −−amend; git push /origin/foo/bar/baz?
07:48:29[Saint]JdGordon: ^
07:52:50[Saint]Aha, figured it out.
07:57:53JdGordonhmm, is my server blacklisted in the build syste,m?
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08:04:42[Saint]Now, assuming the branch I was working on is finished with, and isn't fully merged...I switch back to master or <some_other_branch> and do 'git branch -D branch_to_trash'?
08:05:15[Saint]Hmmm, seems so.
08:06:31JdGordon[Saint]: did you play with 9seg yet?
08:07:02[Saint]just cherry-picking now.
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08:32:09kugelJdGordon: the last commit contains a typo in each wps/fms
08:32:29kugel"(see /rockbox/wps/ATHORS)", the file is called AUTHORS
08:32:39kugel[Saint]: ^
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08:52:17kugelthis you're both silly :)
08:52:28kugelthus*
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09:21:18fs-bluebothttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12786 3Email is down Can't send mail using Net (bugs, unconfirmed)
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09:25:08wodzpamaury: I commited magic constants removal work for rk27xx usb driver. Will update gerrit later.
09:25:36pamauryok cool
09:26:23wodzpamaury: whats the yesterday cruelty outcome?
09:27:51pamaurynothing, I got interrupted by real life matters, but I'm hope I can have some free time today
09:28:25wodzwho the hell invented real life !
09:29:04wodzmortalis: have you seen this: http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php/topic,42403.msg215840.html#new ?
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13:29:51wodzpamaury: I updated rk27xx usb wip on gerrit. I mainly get rid of magic values and changed else if() to if() in INT_UDC().
13:38:13pamaurywodz: thanks, I'll see what I can do with it
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14:40:51boryfHi guys. I have 80GB ipod classic with MK8022GAA 5mm HDD. I want to upgrade to 160GB. I have found MK1634GAL HDD - also 5mm and it looks it has the same connector. Do you know if its compatible with my ipod and rockbox?
14:41:39boryfI have found this: http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/HardDriveReplacement#Apple but there is no MK1634GAL HDD
14:44:34gevaertsboryf: I can't promise anything, but I'm fairly sure that will work
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14:48:05boryfin every forum i have found that the MK1634GAL 160GB is working only with iPod 7th gen and not with 6th gen, but that might be only software restriction in original firmware... And I don't know if its really only software restriction or there is a hardware incompatibility
14:48:57gevaertsThe 80GB version of the first Classic has a different connector
14:51:36gevaertsHm, or was that the 160GB one?
14:52:01gevaertsNot sure now, but anyway, some of the old classics are different
14:52:59boryfno, my iPod is only 80GB, but the hard drive is broken and 160GB is not not much more expensive than 80GB and thats the reason, why i want to upgrade
14:53:17boryfhttp://www.appleiphoneparts.co.uk/product_images/classic6mk8022gaaharddrive.jpg http://www.unionrepair.com/images/watermarked/thumbnails/0/500/500/toshiba-mk1634gal-1.8-hdd-160gb.jpg
14:53:45boryfthe first one is my original HDD and the second one is 160GB whitch I want to buy
14:54:24gevaertshttp://laptopbatteryplaza.com/images/4.jpg is the one in the other classic variant. You'll notice the difference :)
14:56:06boryfin your link is MK1626GCB with CE-ATA connector and 8mm thickness, but my MK8022GAA 80GB and MK1634GAL 160GB has ZIF 40 connector and 5mm thickness
14:56:16gevaertsYes, exactly
14:57:18gevaertsIf you have a classic that originally came with one of those (i.e. a first-gen 160GB classic), you can *not* use a MK1634GAL
14:57:33gevaertsI suspect that that's what those forums are saying, really
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15:01:47boryfso you are saying that I cannot upgrade MK8022GAA 80GB to MK1634GAL 160GB even though they have same connectors and same thickness, right?
15:02:51gevaertsNo
15:02:58gevaertsI'm saying you most probably can
15:03:28gevaertsAnd that the reasons many forums are saying you can't is that there *are* first-gen classics that are different
15:03:34gevaertsBut yours isn't one of those
15:04:28boryfnow i understand, thank you very much
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15:23:10wodzpamaury: with gerrit version + usb_status_event(USB_INSERTED) in CONN_INTR device seems to pass a few steps of configuration properly (up to returning bString: rockbox.org)
15:23:47pamaurygreat, so what is the difference ? the else if ? some wrong constant somewhere ?
15:23:58wodzmaybe both
15:24:32wodzthere is still something wrong as first connect doesn't trigger setup irq
15:24:48wodzsubsequent attempts are 'successful'
15:26:53pamaurystill better than nothing at this point
15:27:57wodzand it 'works' only with USB_STATUS_BY_EVENT. Without it I never get setup irq
15:29:21wodzpamaury: When usb_drv_init() is called?
15:30:39pamaurywodz: when usb_core_init() is called
15:30:53pamauryso when usb_enable() is called
15:31:02pamaury(in the case of rk27xx)
15:31:43pamauryso on each connection detected
15:32:03pamauryif you want an init before that, you have to use usb_init_device()
15:32:38pamauryperhaps that's why for some reason the first interrupt is missed ?
15:33:27wodzthats my thought
15:33:49pamauryyou can try to properly setup the interrupts in usb_init_device()
15:34:29pamaury(that's actually the right way to do it if you usb status by event because the controller is not initialised before detection)
15:37:43wodzlol, now I get setup irq on first connect but it doesn't get further
15:39:28pamaurydo you tweak interrupt setup on usb_drv_init too ? that might confuse the controller
15:39:57wodzI commented out udc stuff in usb_drv_init()
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15:41:47wodzOk, got the state where it triggers setup irq on first connect and passes a few steps. The problem is that this is fundamentally wrong :P
15:43:42pamaurywhy ?
15:45:06wodzbecause I force the core to think it is in connect state.
15:48:10wodzok, the last two packets exchanged are SET CONFIGURATION Request and SET CONFIGURATION Response.
15:48:55pamauryanyway your target might have a problem here because it handles in hardware the set configuration packet iirc
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15:55:27wodzpamaury: so setup_received() should filter it out, right?
15:55:49wodzor the core needs to go through it to be in proper state?
15:56:15pamaurythe core needs to know about set configuration to work properly because it uses it to configured the drivers (hid, ums)
15:56:23pamaury*configure
15:57:25pamauryiirc, let me check
15:58:05pamauryright, the drivers's init_connection() is called when set_configuration is received
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16:03:58wodzcommenting out usb_drv_send(EP_CONTROL, NULL, 0) in request_handler_device() for the USB_REQ_SET_CONFIGURATION case doesn't change anything
16:04:52pamaurythe question is: does the core received the set configuration or not ?
16:05:00pamaury*receive
16:06:18wodzoh, in did
16:06:48wodzanyway I updated gerrit to the current state which does something at least
16:07:46pamauryawesome
16:09:31wodznop, core doesn't know about set configuration :-/
16:10:58wodzDEV_INFO bit 7 is set though so the hardware handled it
16:11:12pamauryand no interrupt of any sort is triggered for it ?
16:11:23wodzno that I know
16:14:14pamauryI only see two possibilities: poll this bit in a thread / a timeout (say: poll config bit x ms after last get descriptor setup) OR call init_connection() at another time, either by fix the usbstack to handle this case
16:17:26wodzwe could setup tick task with first setup packet to poll this bit and remove the task when config is finished
16:17:44wodzee remove the taks when this bit is set I mean
16:18:42pamauryactually we would have to do something more involved: check this bit on every interrupt and use a task to poll but yeah that's the idea
16:19:09pamauryin any case we will have to modify the usbstack to notify about it
16:20:38pamaurysimplest way would be to have a #define USB_DRV_HAS_HARDWARE_SET_CONFIGURATION and in this case the handling of the set_configuration request doesn't trigger any usb_drv_* call so that the driver can post a fake setup request to notify the usbstack
16:22:28wodzpamaury: I don't get first part about checking in interrupt. Could you explain?
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16:26:07pamaurywhen you enter the interrupt, you check if the config bit has changed, if so then you cancel the poll task (if running) and post a fake set_config packet to the usbstack. The actually reason is simple: if you post a set configuration to the usbstack it will usb_drv_cancel_all_transfers(). Pick an example: host sends set_configuration and then a request X (whatever). If by chance your polling code doesn't notice the set_config early enough, the
16:26:08pamaurycore will notice the X, send it to the usbstack, which will do some transfers, and then your polling task notice the set_config, notify the usbstack which usb_drv_cancel_all_transfers() and potentially breaks request X
16:27:07pamaurynot to mention the fact that you potentially cannot handle request X because your drivers have not been initialised
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17:32:52bertriksaratoga: I think the AMS codec cannot detect a line-out being connected, but we're pretty sure about how it detects a dock on e200v2 and the fuze, through GPIO B5/DBOP bit 9
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18:09:55saratogabertrik: on the fuzev2 its not known how to detect those pins since they're evidently not on GPIO
18:10:41saratogai'm curious about how exactly they're read
18:19:30funmansaratoga: i must have that somewhere
18:20:08saratogai'll look at it if you find it, but i'm terrible at reverse engineering
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18:51:39funmansaratoga: for AMSv2
18:51:43funman?
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19:40:32saratogafunman: yeah
19:40:44saratogathanks
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22:06:34bluebrother^pamaury: you need Qt and libusb. That's it IIRC.
22:07:30pamauryok, I noticed that we have many duplicate of md5 implementation and probably others things too
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22:08:26bluebrother^Rockbox Utility uses the md5 functions available in Qt :)
22:08:41bluebrother^though some of our own libs could duplicate such things of course
22:08:53pamauryyes but the utils to make the firmware image use their own
22:09:10bluebrother^"our own lib" ;-)
22:09:15bluebrother^s/lib/libs/
22:09:42bluebrother^I've never cared too much about all those mk* and *patcher
22:09:56bluebrother^though I was considering some changes in *patcher a bit ago
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22:10:05bluebrother^but my free time is just too limited these days
22:10:23pamauryyeah, that's not a real problem, it works pretty well as it is now
22:10:24*pamaury has two new players \\o/
22:10:29gevaertsI think we need our own unified set of functions like md5sum. In fact, I feel so strongly about that that I think we need *three* of those!
22:11:19bluebrother^of course!
22:11:36bluebrother^one thing I want to do since long is to de-duplicate all those bin2c implementations
22:11:51bluebrother^since that actually bothers me for some unknown reason ;-)
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22:45:59amayer_if anyone knows php can you check out these?
22:46:01amayer_http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/#/c/358/
22:46:03amayer_http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/#/c/361/
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23:04:08Torneamayer_: i will get to them, sorry
23:04:12Tornei mean, if someone else can look as well that's fine
23:05:06amayer_Torne: thanks, the one is just comments, the other is a little more in depth
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23:49:21funmansaratoga: you got my PM ?
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23:54:54copperPMs work with the web interface?

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