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#rockbox log for 2013-07-22

00:00:11coppersee if I can isolate the problem as much as possible
00:01:44coppergood night
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02:57:41[Saint]pixelma: the touchscreen variable tags do that.
02:57:55[Saint]variable set/get/etc.
02:58:10[Saint]its rather amausing if you don't know what's happening.
02:58:15[Saint]*amusing too.
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08:58:47copperinteresting: the blinking bug occurs when the color of the field in question is NOT the "front color" as defined in the theme file
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09:00:37copperit also occurs if the background color is not the one defined in the theme
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09:27:46*[Saint] very much dislikes hardcoding the background/foreground colors in themes
09:27:58[Saint]its supposed to be user selectable.
09:29:10[Saint]most of the time the background color is irrelevant, due to the use of a backdrop, and the foreground color should be able to be set by the user.
09:29:44[Saint]nice catch, though, copper.
09:29:54[Saint]JdGordon_: can you think of a reason for this?
09:30:06[Saint](no rush, just curious)
09:33:13[Saint]copper: its certainly not a "fix" for your situation, but, its good practice to not specify fg/bg colors for viewports unless it is absolutely necessary or you're going for a specific effect.
09:33:48copper[Saint]: hmmm, not sure what you mean
09:34:18copperI specify fg and bg colors in the theme file (.cfg) and a foreground color in the wps
09:34:41coppercabbiev2 does that
09:34:50[Saint]is the fg color in the .wps different from that of the fg color in the .cfg?
09:35:36[Saint]if its not, best to just set it via the .cfg, then the user can modify it with the color picker.
09:36:48[Saint]I don't believe its too well known that users can override the theme's fg/bg colors.
09:38:11copperyes it's different
09:38:25copperI set a default color, and for some fields, I use a different color, with %Vf()
09:39:11copperdunno if you followed, but I fixed it by putting the color definition and the metadata on the same line
09:39:31copper%V(140,116,170,20,-)%Vf(666666)%s%ac%?id<%id|Untitled>
09:39:43copperthat fixes the bug, for some reason
09:40:05[Saint]my God that's ugly...
09:40:14[Saint]But, if it fixes it.
09:40:33copperany clue wtf is going on there?
09:41:22[Saint]Absolutely none. I have nbo idea why that would make a difference at all, but, there's a few tags that do Very Weird Shit (TM) relative to their placement.
09:41:43[Saint]This is really JdGordon_'s field of expertise.
09:42:19copperit's strange because I can't reproduce it on the Fuze+
09:42:21JdGordon_?
09:47:04[Saint]JdGordon_: rough breakdown of it - http://pastebin.com/pS1XAMTY
09:48:41[Saint]the tl;dr version is (apparently) specifying a fg color anywhere other than the .cfg apparently causes scrolling text to "blink" if the viewport dimensions are quite specific.
09:48:47coppercorrection: it also blinks with significantly larger values
09:49:09[Saint]aha, I missed that, that makes it much easier to catch.
09:51:30copperit also occurs when there is no color definition in the cfg, but the wps color differs from the user set color
09:54:12copperaaa.cfg: http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=Udm5zudj
09:54:38copperaaa.sbs: http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=efNVFchu
09:55:02copperaaa.wps: http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=SivV5uiU
09:55:23copperthe blinking is more obvious when the length of the metadata value is only slightly larger
09:55:44copperwhen the length is significantly larger, it scrolls more or less normally, but when it stops scrolling, it disappears for a second
09:56:12copperthe "blinking" effect is really the metadata value disappearing at a higher frequency (because of the lack of scrolling)
09:56:58copperfor reference, this happens on my iPod Classic and in the iPod Video sim, but not on the Fuze+
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10:03:26copperalso happens when setting a different background color
10:06:10copperI don't think I can isolate it much more than that
10:17:09copperhttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12884
10:18:30copperHTH
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11:52:23jlbiasinipamaury: ping
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12:34:57pamauryjlbiasini: pong
12:35:45jlbiasinipamaury: I've done some work to implement basic power function for the f+ touchpad following the RMI protocol
12:36:33jlbiasiniAnd I've made some work to implement touchpad desactivation on lock and also having volume keys while being lock
12:37:04jlbiasiniI tried to do it as clean as I could but I would need your advice on how to mae it cleaner
12:38:54jlbiasiniIt's difficult to get direction because there are basically 3 kind of people: people who have no clue about rb and programming, people who are against such implementation, people that don't care if it's implemented because they don't have a f+
12:39:47jlbiasiniwith the notable exception of gewearts that give me a hint on how it should be done (see yesterday log)
12:40:04pamauryok, is it on gerrit ?
12:41:46jlbiasinipamaury: yes, patches are: g#523 g#524 g#525 g526 g#527
12:41:49fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #523 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/523 : 3Disable touch device on keyhold for targets that handle it by Jean-Louis Biasini (changes/23/523/3)
12:41:51fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #524 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/524 : 3Do not lock hard keys on touchpad device by Jean-Louis Biasini (changes/24/524/2)
12:41:53fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #525 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/525 : 3[Fuze+][Touchpad] Improve touchpad power managment by Jean-Louis Biasini (changes/25/525/4)
12:41:55fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #526 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/526 : 3[Fuze+] activate the automatic touchpad disable on keylock by Jean-Louis Biasini (changes/26/526/1)
12:41:56fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #527 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/527 : 3[Fuze+] Define Hard keys for Fuze+ by Jean-Louis Biasini (changes/27/527/1)
12:42:16jlbiasinigood bot! /me scratchs bot
12:43:11jlbiasinipamaury: you don't have to bother rewriting stuff, just tell me want to do!
12:44:00jlbiasinipamaury: I'm also testing having low power seting for the touchpad and it seems to be just as stable as normal power
12:44:22jlbiasiniI want to test it a bit over to see if its really stable
12:45:03pamauryjlbiasini: out of curiosity, I wonder if the touchpad consumes a lot of energy or not, ie does it save battery to enter low power mode or not.
12:45:23jlbiasiniyes that what I want to know to
12:45:24pamauryI'll have a look at this, you have been on fire this week-end
12:45:42jlbiasiniyes!!
12:45:59jlbiasinibut the basoc implementation was not that difficult
12:46:10pamauryMy guess is that it doesn't consume much power, much less than the screen for example
12:48:08jlbiasinifor what gevearts told me: first i've to separate the disabling of touchpad from putting it to sleeps, we should generalised that code to any touch device...
12:48:52pamauryok, i'm going for lunch, we can discuss that later, or maybe example that better to me
12:49:39jlbiasinipamaury: what do you mean by " example that better to me"?
12:51:16copperhaha
12:51:19copperexplain, perhaps
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13:32:29pamauryjlbiasini: why do we need to separate sleep for disable ?
13:32:50pamauryI guess that's just to make it more general, because some touchpad may have a power gate
13:34:22jlbiasiniI think he means that not responding to touchpad and putting it to sleep should be 2 different stuff (example: not reponding to touch device while locked shouldn't be dependend on device's driver handling power function)
13:35:06pamauryok, make sense
13:35:55jlbiasinihe also told me something about putting those those 2 function touchdev_wakeup and touchdev_disable in another place more general
13:37:15jlbiasini"in button.h" to quote him
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13:44:34jlbiasinipamaury: but it add a dificulty: the advantage of disabling the touchpad is that action.c doesn't have to bother from where are coming the key shooted (hardkeys vs virtual) after that. So for instance I don't know what would be cleaner to turn that around. I can either have a define of all non virtual keys for each touch device, that I compare to the key fire in action and ignore it while locked OR I can rewrite touch device drivers to have a void
13:44:34jlbiasinitouchdev_shutthefuckup(void) function that keep it quiet
13:45:40lorenzo92I like the patches above, very useful when I resume R1 port ;)
13:45:59lorenzo92+1 for the function name too :D
13:47:14jlbiasinithks, do you mean you are using those patch on another port? or that they interfere with it?
13:47:32lorenzo92nono just because R1 has a touchscreen :)
13:47:46jlbiasinigreat
13:48:05lorenzo92you can find the source for it as a gerrit patch, let me see (it's quite some time, I need to clean it up :) )
13:48:09jlbiasinilike I said we are looking on how to make it the more general as possible
13:48:58lorenzo92jlbiasini: g#395
13:49:02fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #395 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/395 : 3Samsung YP-R1 target port! by Lorenzo Miori (changes/95/395/3)
13:49:16lorenzo92(this bot is pretty ^^)
13:50:48jlbiasinilorenzo92: you mean that you have a fully functionnable port on gerrit, why isn't it merge as unstable already?
13:51:32jlbiasinikugel: ping
13:51:35lorenzo92no idea, I think there was an issue regarding plugins (i.e. too many change in a shot), kugel knows.
13:51:44lorenzo92I need to clean it up now
13:52:17jlbiasinitalking of kugel is he in holiday or something?
13:52:25lorenzo92once my firmware tools are merged (g#506)
13:52:29fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #506 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/506 : 3Firmware tools for Samsung YP-R0/YP-R1 (and possibly others) by Lorenzo Miori (changes/06/506/4)
13:53:01jlbiasiniI have a few plugin PLAzation toget reviewed...
13:53:19jlbiasinigreat
13:54:05jlbiasinipamaury: any idea about the best way to ignore touchdev? ^
13:54:32jlbiasinior should I ask on mail?
13:55:55lorenzo92by the way, maybe a silly question, I have some python scripts I used to decompress some newer samsung firmware files. they are very rough, is it wort putting them in rockbox utils/ ?
13:56:19lorenzo92ah also some tools to manipulate .aui samsung sound resource files
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14:03:59pamauryjlbiasini: good question, I don't know what is the best solution, I think being able to disable the touchpad is better than having a distinction between hard and soft keys
14:05:18jlbiasiniany idea how many touchdevice we have?
14:05:41lorenzo92samsung YP-R1, hosted, has a nice touch driver (multi touch too!!)
14:05:46jlbiasiniI'm on for a drivers rewriting session...
14:06:19jlbiasiniwait I will ask on the mailing list anyway just to be sure I don't start something for nothing
14:06:39lorenzo92indeed, let's discuss that there...
14:08:28jlbiasinilorenzo92 is that touchpad RMI?
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14:10:53lorenzo92jlbiasini: hum I don't know, how to see that?
14:11:15lorenzo92btw, RMI stands for? I don't think it's related to java ^^
14:11:34jlbiasiniarf no it's a hosted so I guess you get the virtual button directly from os
14:12:02lorenzo92nope
14:12:07lorenzo92I manage the chip directly
14:12:17lorenzo92it's a special hosted, like R0 :)
14:12:51lorenzo92it's just a standalone player which runs linux, but most of the control is still done by some app (the only running)
14:13:37jlbiasiniyes I had a look at your code so I don't think it directly called
14:14:14lorenzo92practically I get a data blob
14:22:46[Saint]the R* ports are quite clever.
14:24:47[Saint]its a shame my R0 decided to wreck itself. its a weird device, but its quite nice.
14:28:19lorenzo92why weird? :)
14:28:45lorenzo92for me after almost 3 years of usage is still fine and I like it
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14:37:22jlbiasinipamaury: for a start should the power function be implemented directly in the RMI driver?
14:37:54[Saint]Oh, I liked it. I guess I mean...different, not weird, most of my targets are scrollwheel/clickwheel type.
14:39:12[Saint]Various iPods, Fuze V1/2, various Clip variants etc.
14:39:50lorenzo92ah yeah now I get the meaning, yes you are absolutely right :)
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14:54:24jlbiasinipaaury: any idea why the fuze+ bootloader display a different charge value than rockbox?
14:54:40jlbiasinipamaury:^
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15:18:34kugeljlbiasini: no, just very busy at the moment (master thesis, etc)
15:20:59jlbiasinikugel: ok ok I just have to very obvious PLA patches for plugin g#518 and g#520 those are exact replica of previously pushed ones
15:21:03fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #518 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/518 : 3[Plugins] Stopwatch PLA integration by Jean-Louis Biasini (changes/18/518/3)
15:21:06fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #520 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/520 : 3[Plugins] text_editor PLA integration by Jean-Louis Biasini (changes/20/520/2)
15:21:51jlbiasiniso if you have 5 minutes you can push it but there is of course no hurry about them...
15:22:11jlbiasiniI have to go
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17:56:19pamauryjlbiasini: yes, we can implement touchpad disable and low power in RMI (i'm not sure low power is needed, just disable)
17:57:06pamauryjlbiasini: probably because in rockbox the battery charge is filtered whereas the bootloader shows the raw value
17:57:22jlbiasiniwell as it is in the rmi sheet I thought to implement it but if it's really useless
17:57:25pamauryby the way, I think we might need to recalibrate the charge/discharge curves
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17:58:09jlbiasinipamaury I making some bettery test with the power state low_power
17:58:26jlbiasinihow long do you think we need to have a reliable idea?
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18:00:02jlbiasinithe point of low power can be to save more power on device that can be use like that without any difference
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18:00:48jlbiasiniI've been using it for 2 days now and it's really just as in normal mode whereas very_low_power make it difficult to use
18:01:23pamauryI would do a normal battery bench (ie big album), for at least 10 hours
18:01:54jlbiasiniok it's on
18:02:07pamaurymaybe start with normal vs very_low_power, to make the difference more obvious if any
18:02:43jlbiasinidid you noticed that the bootloader report a different power level than rockbox,
18:03:26jlbiasiniwell I'm starting with disable
18:03:57jlbiasinibecause anyway this is what we will have when the device is lockes
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18:05:25pamaurythe difference comes from bad calibration probably, as I said we need to redo the charge/discharge curve
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18:55:42jlbiasinipamaury: talking about power I saw that a lot of lcd driver implement lcd_power_off/on but not the fuzeplus. Is ist because ours lcd cannot be put to sleep or because you didn't wrote the function yet?
18:57:59jlbiasiniwell the ili9325 datasheet does document a sleep mode
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19:18:56jlbiasinipamaury actually if the very low power mode is really interesting we could set it after some inactivity then go back to the normal mode on first touch. The way I implement it could even be more power saving because I didn't reduce the reporting rate that could also be cut down while not active...
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20:00:43bertrikpamaury: you or wodz found out that we don't do the sd card switch_func command quite right on AMSv1/2, right?
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21:14:41dunpealwhat's "PLA integration"?
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22:30:29saratoga_dunpeal: IIRC its a system for having generic keymaps for some plugins
22:31:53micahi've got an ipod classic, 80gb and looking at http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/IpodClassicPort - it looks like I can put rockbox on, but i'm not positive I understand the steps here
22:32:01micahi think the first thing I'll do is charge it all the way up
22:33:20micahbut I'm wondering if this thing is any good
22:33:39micahi plugged it into my linux system and I got weird errors in dmesg
22:35:35gevaertsWhat sort of errors?
22:51:19micahGallomimia: [201706.648645] Result: hostbyte=DID_OK driverbyte=DRIVER_SENSE
22:51:23micah[201706.648653] Sense Key : Medium Error [current]
22:51:25micah[201706.648667] Add. Sense: Unrecovered read error
22:51:32micah[201725.169633] end_request: critical target error, dev sdh, sector 155907504
22:51:41micahetc... I can pastebin the whole thing if you think it is useful
22:52:09micahthis device has been used on an apple, but not for a long time, it is now on and saying "Connected Eject before disconnecting"
22:52:18micahi dont know what that means to 'eject before..."
22:52:35gevaertsUnmount, basically
22:52:46gevaertsBut that does look like a disk going bad
22:53:07micahthe drive isn't mounted, so I wouldn't be able to unmount it
22:53:22gevaertsYes, but it doesn't really know that :)
22:53:50micahis there a way to check the drive's integrity? I could try and run badblocks on it to remap bad blocks...
22:54:40micahit seems to function fine in the ipod interface
22:55:06micahbut it does have a noticible "sound" to it
22:55:13micahwhen I plug in the usb cable
22:55:18gevaertsThere's a diagnostic mode on at least some of the ipods IIRC that can do SMART, but I don't know about the classic
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22:56:01gevaertsWell, if you figure out where the bad blocks are, you might be able to work around them with some creative partitioning
22:56:31gevaertsBut then errors tend to spread over time, so that probably isn't a good long term solution
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23:07:20micahgevaerts: i've had good luck mapping out badblocks in disks I've used over time, so I'll give it a try
23:07:32micahbut... once I'm done with this - what is the process I need to do to get rockbox on this bad boy
23:07:36gevaertsIt definitely can't hurt
23:07:53micahit looks like maybe first I need to get the emCORE bootloader on it
23:09:18gevaertsYes. I'm not a specialist (I don't have a classic myself), but I understand you install emcore on it, which might include a rockbox build IIUC, and then you install a fresh rockbox build (the one included with emcore is *old*, but kept there because it's known to be working at least well enough to recover stuff with)
23:10:36micahok, i'll do some disk testing first and then try to get emcore on there and then see if I have troubles
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23:15:26TheSeventhere's also hddscan2 :)
23:15:56TheSevenwhich I developed exactly for that purpose (to take care of buggy toshiba ipod drives which run out of spare sectors)
23:16:46TheSevenemcore (and rockbox, at least with a patch) can load a software bad block remapping layer which takes care of this
23:17:31TheSevenand hddscan2 is the tool which scans the drive's surface (taking the firmware bugs into account, which makes the scan take literally days to weeks), and sets up the remapping data structures on the drive
23:20:28micahTheSeven: days to weeks?
23:20:29micahwow
23:20:40micahi was hoping to use this in one week's time :)
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23:21:21micahTheSeven: do you have a link to hddscan2?
23:21:39micahi'm finding hddscan, but not 2
23:22:36micahoh is that part of emcore?
23:22:52TheSevenhttp://files.freemyipod.org/tmp/hddscan2.ubi
23:23:10micahsorry I'm a bit new here, what is a .ubi file?
23:23:17TheSevenbasically a boot image
23:23:39TheSevenin this case an emcore kernel with the hddscan2 app embedded into it
23:23:43micahok, do I just dd that over my ipod? :)
23:23:58TheSevenyou boot the ipod into UMSboot mode, and drop the ubi file into the ramdisk
23:24:43*micah looks up what UMSboot mode is
23:26:17micahis this it? http://www.freemyipod.org/wiki/EmCORE_Installation/iPodClassic/PrepareDFULinux
23:26:57TheSevenyes, that's the way to load UMSboot on a non-emcore'd ipod
23:27:06TheSevenonce emcore is installed you can just launch it from the boot menu
23:28:02micahTheSeven: oh ok, I'm going to emcore this anyways. so I can just do that. I just need to figure out how to emcore it :)
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23:28:41micahseems like that is the process to do that
23:28:53TheSevenonce you're in UMSboot mode, just drop the installer UBI file into the ramdisk :)
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