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#rockbox log for 2013-08-26

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00:01:06[Saint]Indeed, that _should_ happen.
00:01:12[Saint]I fucked that up to no end.
00:02:03[Saint]What I find hard to believe was intentional is the device booting if hold is disengaged, then then engaged.
00:03:00[Saint]But, in hindsight, Apply never actually intended these things to power down, or boot a third party OF, so I guess you can't blame them for it.
00:03:05[Saint]*Apple
00:03:38[Saint]Normally, I'd say "try it!" but I suspect you rather like your current config.cfg
00:04:29[Saint]The Nano(s) won't boot if the device is powered off with hold engaged, and then hold is disengaged (what I was trying to say earlier)
00:04:35[Saint]The Classic, however, does.
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00:04:48[Saint]Making it a config.cfg killing Machine Of Death
00:05:15[Saint]Gah! I did it AGAIN!
00:06:25[Saint][10:04:31] <[Saint]> The Nano(s) won't boot if the device is powered off with hold disengaged, and then hold is engaged (what I was ACTUALLY trying to say earlier, SEVERAL TIMES)
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00:10:15[Saint]ikeboy: change pass dude
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00:19:14ikeboyAnyway ... Does anyone know how I can find out what the first commit to include the fuze+ was
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00:20:07lebelliumhttp://git.rockbox.org/?p=rockbox.git&a=search&h=HEAD&st=commit&s=Fuze%2B
00:21:04ikeboyc412c2dcad160de6d2efbd531fc71fe61ce1f1f7 thanks
00:21:19[Saint]oh dear...
00:22:49lebellium?
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00:47:49vedosis anyone here using Sandisk Sansa Clip Zip with Rockbox? are all the revisions supported by Rockbox?
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00:52:41ender|i've got a clip zip, and rockbox works on mine (except for USB - i have to reboot to original firmware for that)
00:57:04vedosender|: is it a known problem or does this occur only on your machine?
00:57:29vedosender|: have you been satified with the player?
00:58:21vedosi'm looking to buy a new player until i get my iPod 160GB Classic repaired and i've heard that Sandisk players are very good in price/quality ratio.
00:59:24vedosender|: have you also tested the newest SVN version if it works properly on that?
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01:19:23ender|i currently have a few weeks old git version on the player, but from what i've heard in the channel, the problem is known
01:20:08ender|this is actually my 3rd clip - i had rockbox on a clip v2 and clip+ (which i misplaced somewhere, which is why i bought clip zip)
01:20:58ender|i like clips because they're small, have decent battery life and run rockbox
01:21:09vedosender|: i am wondering between getting Clip+ or Zip...
01:21:54vedosthey are about the same priced, but the USB not working directly from Rockbox sounds quite turn off.. does it work on Clip+ ?
01:22:12ender|i never had any problems on clip+ and clipv2
01:22:53ender|(though IIRC early clip v2 versions automatically rebooted to original firmware for usb)
01:23:12ender|since clip zip port is still fairly new, i expect the usb problem will eventually be fixed
01:27:12vedosender|: is there much difference in battery life?
01:27:16vedoswith Clip+ or Zip ?
01:27:46ender|not as far as i noticed (i never had the battery drain completely on any of my clips)
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01:29:12ender|anyway, i'm off to bed now
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02:26:20vedosany other Sansa Clip users? i'm trying to make a decision should i get Clip+ or Zip. can anyone say anything decisive that would tip me towards former or the latter? Clip+ has little more battery time, but i'm more concerned about USB problems some people have had.
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03:39:02Rowervedos: i have a clip+
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06:00:39Jinxvedos: what's the issue with USB on the zip?
06:00:52*Jinx has 2 clip zips but hasn't put rockbox on one yet
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08:14:22vedosRower: does the USB port function properly on Clip+ for file transfers or do you have to use OFW?
08:15:26vedosJinx: i've read that there are problems when using Rockbox to transfer the files to Zip/Clip+ via USB port? that sometimes you have to use OFW.
08:15:43vedosi was wondering if that's still the case or has it been fixed in latest builds?
08:17:27vedos"01:52 < ender|> i've got a clip zip, and rockbox works on mine (except for USB - i have to reboot to original firmware for that)
08:17:30vedos"
08:27:54funmanvedos: it's always worked pretty fine for me, with the veryoccasional lock up
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09:43:48fs-bluebotBuild Server message: 3New build round started. Revision a2a2e14, 217 builds, 19 clients.
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09:54:02wodzhaha, failing client got almost all build types which failed.
09:55:05wodzCan someone ban rigaud-dannya client? It has broken sdl installation
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10:32:03vedosfunman: do you have Clip+ or Clip Zip ?
10:32:25vedosbtw: which player you guys would recommend Clip+ or Clip Zip?
10:32:55coppervedos: the Clip+ port is more stable, apparently
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10:35:48coppervedos: USB is a problem on the Clip Zip port
10:36:08copperand the Clip Zip displays is reportedly as bad as the Fuze+ display (darkish, low contrast)
10:36:18funmancopper: USB is a problem on all AMSv2
10:36:28copperfunman: Clip+ port too?
10:36:39funmanand fuzev2 and clipv2
10:36:53funmanthey're all the same hardware
10:38:24copperwhy are they marked as stable?
10:38:42funmanbecause apart from the occasional freeze they work fine
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12:02:47lebelliumpixelma: just got my 2nd Ondio FM. Disassembled it and once again, old PCB v2.2 with Samsung FM chip :(
12:07:29lebelliumI assume nobody is interested by exchanging his new-PCB Ondio FM with my old-PCB Ondio FM?
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12:15:38lebelliumThe Samsung chip version is supposed to be rare and still my 2 Ondio FM (one coming from France, the other from the UK) have it. I'm really unlucky :(
12:15:45copperhttp://tmp.outpost.fr/1Gwo.png
12:15:58copper:P
12:17:00funmancopper: clip theme for fuze+ ? ;)
12:17:05jlbiasinipamaury: ping
12:17:28copperfunman: yeah, I'm being silly
12:17:51lebelliumcopper: I was mod and admin on generationmp3.com. Should I bother you with the copyrighted pic? :P
12:18:09copper?
12:18:14copperwhat copyrighted pic?
12:18:22lebelliumThe headphone pic comes from our logo
12:18:35copperuh, it's a CC-BY-SA pic from wikipedia
12:18:46lebelliumreally?
12:18:58lebelliumHum nevermind then
12:19:05lebelliumI thought it was designed for us
12:19:07lebelliumgood to know
12:19:27copperhttp://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Headphone_icon.svg
12:20:24copperthe theme may be silly, but it turns out to be highly readable
12:20:30coppergreat contrast
12:21:23copperhmmm, I'll make the top bar blue though
12:21:32copperand use yellow for emphasis
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12:28:42pamauryjlbiasini: pong
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12:32:48jlbiasinipamaury: so did you read the log about comment from kugel on g#569, what do you think about it?
12:32:51fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #569 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/569 : 3touchpad: Disable touchpad on softlock. by Jean-Louis Biasini (changes/69/569/27)
12:33:27vedoscopper: does the darkish, low contrast problem also occur also on Zip OFW?
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12:35:18coppervedos: yeah, the display is just bad
12:35:23copperwell, mediocre
12:35:24copperpassable
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12:39:36jlbiasinipamaury: ^
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12:43:26pamauryjlbiasini: yes I thought about this issue, it seems to be that the simplest approach to make everyone happy is to simply not implement any default for touchscreen
12:43:31pamaury*to me
12:43:49pamauryor to have a define in each button-target.h, like HAS_TOUCHDEV_PM
12:43:58jlbiasiniI figured out that I we restrain us to target with HAVE_TOUCHSCREEEN or HAVE_TOUCHPAD and no HAS_KEYLOCK, it shouldn't be that much of a work: 5 to 10 target tops
12:44:06jlbiasini*if we
12:44:38jlbiasiniinclusive touschsreen target
12:45:19pamauryyou mean drop the default (weak) implementation and implement it from every touchscreen driver ?
12:46:42vedoscopper: what causes the USB freezes in AMSv2? does anyone have slightest idea? and how often it occurs?
12:47:03jlbiasiniyes, it's not that much of a work: just add a void touchscreen_desable_device{return} driver all touchscreen and call it from a touchscreen_disable in a touchdev.c
12:47:48vedosif the USB works in OFW it must be fixable in Rockbox too...
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12:48:30jlbiasinithere are about 10 target with touchscreen
12:50:34jlbiasiniI'm not sure: actually doing it only for touchpad will be really less work -> only fuze+. But if we think a little forward and consistency (clearly against developping policy rules I know :D) It would realy make sense to group everything that is common to touch devices
12:51:25jlbiasiniwe even should convert touchpad_sensitivity to touchdev_sensitivit
12:52:13pamauryok, see ok for me
12:55:32jlbiasiniok so I will see if I can make it work today... I have some time, I was suppose to go windsurfing but I have a stiff neck, so I'm stuck home anyway...
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14:21:21funmanvedos: no idea
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15:07:39TheSeven[Saint]: should be nano2g/nn2g
15:08:51TheSevenpowering on when hold is unlocked is normal (apple does that as well). should be configurable in the power manager chip, but it could be that you can't tell it apart from clickwheel presses
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15:20:49lebelliumI don't remember, how can I compile an old build (let's say feb 2012 for example)?
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16:07:48jlbiasinipamaury: Well I'm not sure how to implement the touchscreen part so I'm going to stick to the touchpad one
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16:33:49copperlebellium: actually the Clip+ colors on my Clippy variant look really good on the Fuze+
16:33:53coppervery readable
16:34:21copperI also kinda get a TRON vibe
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16:35:06copperand it hides the mediocrity of the Fuze+ display
16:35:18copperI'm actually going to use that theme, lol
16:35:34lebellium:) I'll see that when you publish the theme. For the moment I'm bisecting a bug on Ondio FM, which is very difficult (USB 1.1, 15KB/s transfer rates -_- )
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16:36:41copperhttp://themes.rockbox.org/index.php?themeid=1917
16:50:38copperI would only be half surprised if that variant turned out to be more popular than the other ones
16:50:59copper"Terminal" for the iPod Video is hugely popular
16:51:03copperhttp://themes.rockbox.org/index.php?themeid=1739&target=ipodvideo
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17:12:41amayercopper: i used terminal for a week. its an alright theme
17:16:04copperwell the other thing about it is the amount of information
17:16:05vedosfunman: do you recommend me to get Clip+ or Zip ?
17:16:14copperthat's probably another factor to its popularity
17:16:22vedosi hope that the USB problems on those devices will be solved eventually...
17:16:49vedosif the OFW doesn't hang then it should be fixable in Rockbox?
17:17:21funmanvedos: both are fine
17:17:56vedosfunman: well if you'd be forced to choose one which one would you get? :)
17:18:34funmanany of them
17:27:29vedosi'm trying to decide which one to order.. they are both quite same hardware if i've understood correctly and have same hiccups (occasional USB hangs), Zip has color display and battery lasts few hours less than Clip+...?
17:28:43vedosbut in the bug tracker i read something about Clip+ models possibly picking some random static noise from hardware or something...
17:29:17vedosi'm having a really hard time making the decision so any tips or recommendations would be welcome.
17:30:42copperI've never tried a Zip, but I'm worried that the buttons are too small and close to the edges to have a good handle on it
17:30:54copperbut then again I don't have a good handle on the Clip+ either, it's too small for me
17:31:17copperyou can get refurbs really cheap
17:34:51copperthe Clip+ display is more limited in terms of how many lines it can display, notably because the upper part is always yellow and the bottom part is always blue
17:35:19copperi.e. choosing a smaller font on the Clip+ will result in the top line being half yellow, half blue, with a thin blank line in the middle
17:35:55copperand obviously it's more limited in terms of what kind of theme you can make for it / use
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17:55:32vedoscopper: i just want a good MP3 player until i can find someone to fix my iPod Classic 160GB's harddisk.
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18:03:18copperget a refurb
18:03:31copper25 bucks
18:04:24vedosiPod Classic 160GB refurb for 160GB?
18:04:35copperno I meant a Clip+ or Clip Zip refurb
18:04:44vedosah... i'm buying a new one.
18:04:51vedosyou can get them for like 60EUR
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18:19:34lebelliumyeah!!! I finally got it
18:19:36lebelliumFS #12747
18:20:00lebelliumhttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12747
18:20:09fs-bluebothttp://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/12747 3Archos Ondio panic on starting FM Radio (bugs, unconfirmed)
18:20:18*lebellium blames JdGordon
18:21:06lebelliumI hope he will be able to fix it now :)
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20:30:27bluebrotherlebellium: commenting out line 175 helped for me
20:32:32bluebrotherso it seems loading the fms on entering the fms doesn't work :)
20:38:23bluebrothermakes me wonder if other devices with fm aren't affected as well
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20:43:07lebelliumbluebrother: you also have an Ondio FM with Samsung chip?
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20:43:21lebelliumyou commented out bool loaded = false; ?
20:44:16bluebrotherlebellium: no, it has a philips chip (from my understanding, the samsung registers all read as 0xff)
20:44:39bluebrotherif (skin_helpers[i].load_on_boot)
20:44:47bluebrotherthat's the line I've commented.
20:44:52lebelliumso this bug is present on all Ondio FM?
20:45:12bluebrotherseems like :)
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20:46:27wodzwhat is so special in ondio that it triggers the bug?
20:53:11lebelliumI still don't see the link with the panic message "Recfile:-1"
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20:58:39wodzlebellium: pretty much looks like mem corruption
20:59:49lebelliumOk. So commenting out the line is only a workaround, that's not the right solution? :D
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21:02:40wodzlebellium: sorry don't know what line you are referring to (can't reach rb website to read backlogs)
21:03:51lebelliumwhat bluebrother just said above. Line 175 "if (skin_helpers[i].load_on_boot)" in skin_engine.c
21:05:31wodzthis is only workaround afaiu
21:05:53bluebrotherwell, to me it seems right now that somehow entering the fms tries to load the fms but doesn't notice that it hasn't been loaded yet.
21:06:12bluebrotherso either something is not initialized correctly or some other memory corruption
21:06:38bluebrotherand thus always loading the fms on startup improves things but doesn't fix the root cause
21:07:13wodzthe skin should be loaded on entering fm screen and apparently it isn't
21:07:30bluebrotheryeps.
21:07:49wodzAnyway thats quite interesting that only fms loading is posponed.
21:07:52bluebrotherbut I haven't understood the code enough to know what's happening (or supposed to) there
21:08:00wodzme too
21:08:23bluebrotherI wouldn't be surprised to see a similar crash when postponing wps skin loading :)
21:09:39wodz:-)
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21:10:40wodzthe interesting thing for me is that the bug seems to be triggered on OndioFM only (as I suspect we would see tons of reports otherwise)
21:10:58bluebrothermaybe it's architecture related?
21:11:00wodzit boils down to HAVE_BACKDROP_IMAGE
21:11:11bluebrotheri.e. would trigger on sh1 only?
21:11:50wodzI don't think so. Ondio has b&w display (1bit) and I guess this makes it different
21:12:09bluebrotherrecorder fm?
21:12:21bluebrotherafaik that's also b/w only
21:12:37wodzyes, it would be interesting to check this one
21:12:44bluebrotherso I can imagine that to be affected too.
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22:11:56kugelbluebrother: can you see if g#483 helps?
22:13:41fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #483 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/483 : 3WIP: share audiobuffer via core_alloc_maximum(). by Thomas Martitz (changes/83/483/4)
22:18:04lebellium[Saint]: We talked about RTC last month but I then I forgot it. So %?cc<yes|no> displays nothing on Ondio FM (device and sim) while it works on FM recorder (sim). If this tag only works when there is actually a RTC, it's a bit useless^^
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22:23:15lebelliumwell, I just read that "The tags have values only if the RTC is set properly. This means that to avoid having empty values displayed like ", , ::", you can use a conditional like this: "%?cc<%ca, %cb %cd, %cH:%cM:%cS|RTC needs setting!>""
22:24:20lebelliumdoes that actually mean that %cc is only to say if RTC is set or not? And not to say if there is hw RTC or not ?
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23:09:52jlbiasinikugel: pamaury: would something like that be better g#569
23:09:54fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #569 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/569 : 3touchpad: Disable touchpad on softlock. by Jean-Louis Biasini (changes/69/569/28)
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23:13:42jlbiasinithe idea is to have a generic touchdev_enable that action.c call. That generic call then a generic touchpad_enable that use a BUTTON_TOUCHPAD define to filter the button at driver level(that way we have a generic way to disable touchpad. Then touchpad_enable call touchpad_enable_device that should put the touchpad in power saving mode if avalaible...
23:16:39jlbiasinithe touchdev_enable can launch alternatively a touchscreen_enable function that will be implemented in touchscreen.c to provide a generic way to disable touchscreen and further call a touchscreen_enable_device at driver level that will allow poxer saving implementation
23:17:25jlbiasiniall the setting part stayed unchanged from the previous patch
23:18:23jlbiasiniI tested on my device an both generic and device specific method are working
23:20:18jlbiasinii.e. if I comment out the content of touchpad_enable_device(bool en) the touchpad is ignored on softlock
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