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#rockbox log for 2014-09-15

00:01:50[Franklin]ok... periodic table should be 100% bug-free now
00:02:12[Franklin]problem is... when they synthesize element 119... there's no where to put it!
00:02:39foolshYou'll save the day with something I'm sure ;-)
00:03:18[Franklin]code-review, please?
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00:05:08[Franklin]saratoga: LOL g#960
00:05:10fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #960 at : 3Superdom: Silence warning. by Michael Giacomelli
00:10:04[Franklin]saratoga: g#950 is good to go now... manual, tested on ipod6g, c200, and ipod1g2g
00:10:06fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #950 at : 3FS #9583 - periodic table by Franklin Wei
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00:30:58saratoga[Franklin]: are those coauthors on that patch in the credits file?
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00:37:50[Franklin]saratoga: ahh... no
00:41:42[Franklin]saratoga: ok, if that's it, it's good to go now
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00:43:49[Franklin]ares-obo seems to be screwing up on the sim builds
00:43:50[Saint_]This seems to point to rather a lack of testing.
00:44:07[Franklin]how so?
00:44:23[Saint_]Various oversights that frankly wouldn't happen if pointed at the sim occasionally.
00:44:46[Saint_]Or, shouldn't, I should say.
00:45:11[Franklin]ahh... clip
00:45:32[Saint_]Well...I've lost count of how many times this has been "ready" now. ;)
00:45:42*[Franklin] likes to overlook clip+ because it's just too hard
00:45:55[Franklin]it has bitmap, yet the screen is SOO SMALL!!!
00:46:01[Saint_]No need to test EVERY target. But a color, a greyscale, and a monochrome target should expose most issues.
00:46:21[Saint_]Fuck charcell.
00:46:23[Franklin]ipod6g, c200, ipod1g2g
00:46:44*[Franklin] still doesn't get the difference between grayscale and monochrome
00:47:04[Franklin]color has rgb, monochrome only has on/off? is that it?
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00:47:42*[Franklin] has a bad feeling about this one
00:47:42[Saint_]Yes...kinda. But in monochrome we can emulate greyscale with reasonable results.
00:47:48saratogacolor is RGB, grayscale is shades of gray, and black and white is just on or off
00:47:53[Saint_]See: DooM on Clip
00:48:02[Saint_]Wouldn't be possible without greylib.
00:48:15[Franklin]well, it doesn't build on clip
00:48:34[Saint_]It actually flashes the pixels *really* they look like they can do offtones.
00:48:47[Saint_]When in reality the screen has only on/off.
00:49:19[Saint_]Greylib is actually pretty amazing in principle.
00:49:24[Saint_]Well...I think so.
00:50:17[Franklin]will fix
00:50:17[Franklin]just need to ifdef out two lines
00:50:19[Saint_]This type of shit is the one reason gerrit was supposed to be useful to us.
00:50:26[Saint_]Unless I'm mistaken.
00:51:03[Saint_]It was _supposed_ (iirc) to eventually allow whoring out the build system for submissions
00:51:11[Saint_]Making testing a LOT easier.
00:51:21[Franklin]but then you're ripe for spam
00:51:47[Saint_]Not if on ly accepted committees can fire the build off.
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00:52:11foolshI like that idea
00:52:16*[Franklin] too
00:52:35[Saint_]Unless I missed the point, that was one if the big things gerrit was to bring us.
00:52:45[Franklin]but it hasn't
00:52:45[Saint_]*of the - fuck
00:52:53[Franklin]saratoga: g961
00:52:56fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #961 at : 3Fix building on clip by Franklin Wei
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00:53:08[Saint_]Its way above my head, and I don't have access even if it wasn't.
00:53:26[Saint_]This needs a dedicated gerrit Yoda and a Swede on board.
00:53:54*[Franklin] sees a star wars reference coming up
00:54:53[Franklin]but that would be awesome anyway
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00:55:10foolshI have been thinking about just providing a set of "out of the box testers build farm scripts" from the build scripts rockbox has, something that us lower lifeforms could bat around some before promoting a patch to the higher ups
00:55:49[Franklin]us lower lifeforms :)
00:56:11[Saint_]foolsh: I'm pretty sure we have a buildall script already?
00:56:18*[Franklin] had decided to test on ipod6g, ipod1g2g, and clip now
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00:56:55[Saint_]I may be mistaken...but I _think_ there's a "make everything" script floating around.
00:57:39foolshCool, I'll keep my eyes out for it, havn't seen it yet
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00:59:58[Saint_]foolsh: I wanna say grep for
01:00:15[Saint_]But I'm away from a repo, and may be quite wrong.
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01:04:58saratoga[Franklin]: see the yellow in the table?
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01:05:24saratogaalso mrobe100 doesn't build
01:05:44[Franklin]yeah, g961
01:05:47fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #961 at : 3Fix building on clip by Franklin Wei
01:05:48[Franklin]yeah, g962
01:05:50fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #962 at : 3ifdef out lcd_set_bg call by Franklin Wei
01:06:10[Saint_]Its ready!
01:06:21[Franklin]it's ready!
01:07:05[Franklin]this should fix the yellow too
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01:07:30[Franklin]fingers crossed...
01:08:42[Saint_]If I scan the logs it appears as though you forgot monochrome was a thing?
01:08:57[Saint_]Reasonably understandable.
01:11:00[Franklin]thought it was gs
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01:18:50saratogashould be ifdef LCD_COLOR right?
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01:38:16[Franklin]saratoga: weird...
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01:40:31[Franklin]ares-obo is starting to get annoying
01:41:32[Franklin]but the warnings have me stumped
01:41:58[Franklin]should I change everything to LCD_DEPTH >1 or HAVE_LCD_COLOR?
01:44:07*[Franklin] changed them all to LCD_DEPTH > 1
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01:48:48[Franklin]saratoga: g963
01:48:50fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #963 at : 3hopefully fix the warnings by Franklin Wei
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01:53:13*[Franklin] needs to go
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02:19:57saratoga[Franklin]: that last patch breaks compiling completely on some targets
02:20:57saratogayou should really being doing a test compile on a grayscale, a monochrome and a color target before hand
02:25:37saratogai'll just disable it for now
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02:47:28*[Saint_] said almost exactly the same thing an hour or two ago.
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12:36:17copperapparently the Apple Watch will have 4-8 gigs of flash memory, and it will work as a standalone MP3 player with bluetooth headphones
12:36:36copper(re: running Rockbox on the Apple Watch)
12:42:49wodzcopper: It will do much more apparently which makes rb less plausible (technical aspects asside)
12:43:46copperyeah, I expect it to be completely locked up somehow
12:44:05coppermeh, I read that wrong
12:44:47copperyou mean nobody's gonna want to run only Rockbox on it
12:45:40copperI meant to correct my earlier statement about it having no flash memory and no headphone jack socket
12:45:53copperand not working as an MP3 player
12:48:35copperthat's gonna be super convenient for exercizing
12:48:59copperno cable, no extra device aside from the Apple Watch on your wrist
12:49:10coppernot even an iPhone
12:49:20copperno arm band
12:59:56pamaurywodz: I've begun work on the qeditor diff view, it's not finished yety
13:01:38wodzpamaury: I am reading (I can't count which time) udc section of rk27xx datasheet. I have a feeling that there is a way to do dma safely. According to ds all transfers are double buffered and both in and out eps have field indicating data size.
13:02:12wodzIf I understand this correctly you can setup ep to accept transaction and setup dma later knowing the target size
13:02:28wodzI didn't check this assumption on hardware though
13:02:35pamaurywodz: ok, that would be nice
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13:05:44wodzanother thing I spotted is that memory buffers needs to be word aligned as bits 1:0 of appropriate dma registers are RESERVED/DON'T CARE
13:06:05wodzpamaury: ^
13:06:23pamaurythat's a usual requirement
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13:06:40wodzyes, but I can't remember we took care of this
13:08:35pamaurythat's usually done with USB_BSS_ATTR or something, probably best to double check
13:10:58wodzand finally I spotted that we checked transfer len field with mask 0xffff while this field is actually 11bits long. Theoretically this should not matter as other fields are RESERVED in this register but who knows
13:55:49pamaurygevaerts: I was wondering if it would be acceptable for storage drivers to have a way to handle vendor SCSI ?
13:56:27gevaertsI don't see why not
13:57:17pamaurythat would be useful for at least two things: on imx233, emulate sigmatel SCSI so that both rockbox and OF can be used to install a bootloader for example (SCSI support is not yet there but upcoming), and also useful for debuging/development, for example on NAND one could use vendor SCSI to read raw pages without an actual FTL driver
13:58:17pamauryand we could make all this compile-time dependent on a flag so that it doesn't incur any binsize increase on targets which don't use it
13:58:42gevaertsRight now we support the ipod settime thing, so saying no to other actually useful stuff would be a bit silly :)
13:58:58pamauryyeah that was my last resort argument ;)
13:59:36gevaertsBut yes, it should be done in such a way that we only handle commands that are actually useful for the particular device or target
14:00:53pamaurymy thinking at the moment was to add a storage_scsi() function (whatever the name)
14:01:15pamaurybecause this should be done on a per-storage basis
14:02:02pamaurythen we need to think about how to handle data transfers but I think it's doable
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14:11:58drvinkgevaerts: do you have a preference for what #define i should make the drive spindown conditional on? or should i add a new one?
14:12:36gevaertsA new one. There's not going to be anything that matches your set of targets
14:12:41gevaerts(which is changing...)
14:13:48pamaurywodz: in the description file, you could probably factor some of the TXn* registers which are the same
14:13:51pamaurysame for RX
14:19:58wodzpamaury: I was thinking about this but I am not sure how to do that actually
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14:26:50pamaurywodz: I will upload an example
14:28:09pamaurywodz: or use qeditor, it can edit register maps now
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14:28:17pamauryincluding several copies of a register
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14:43:25wodzpamaury: GLib (gthread-posix.c): Unexpected error from C library during 'pthread_setspecific': Invalid argument. Aborting.
14:43:25wodzAborted (core dumped)
14:43:25wodz when openinig regs-rk27xx.xml in editor tab
14:44:01pamaurydidn't you run into this problem already ?
14:45:24wodzI didn't use qeditor to alter reg map so far
14:46:24wodzI can browse the map without problems, I can analyze dumps from hwstub, but opening desc file in editor tab just crashes
14:50:22wodzpamaury: it crashes the same with stmp desc files
14:50:42pamauryok, let me try to compile qeditor on this box, wait a min
14:53:51pamaurywodz: so if you do New > Register Editor, Open > "regs-rk27xx.xml", it crashes ?
14:56:57pamauryit doesn't on mine :( and valgrind doesn't show anything suspect
14:57:38wodzlet me try valgrind here
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15:00:12ZincAlloywow, when RaaA crashes, it crashes badly.
15:01:00ZincAlloyjust had to restart my phone. force quitting the application and starting it again wouldn't do
15:01:06pamaurywodz: I remember something about pthread initialisation or c library init, when we ran into a similar bug previously
15:01:25pamaurywodz: what happen with gdb ?
15:01:28pamaurycan you backtrace ?
15:01:39pamauryah yeah, that was a libxml2 bug iirc
15:01:55pamauryxmlInitParser() should be called in the main thread
15:02:01pamaurylet me check it's the case
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15:02:57wodzgdb is not very verbose here
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15:07:46pamaurywodz: g#966
15:07:49fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #966 at : 3regtools: fix libsocdesc library by Amaury Pouly
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15:11:46wodzpamaury: didn't help
15:12:04wodzneed to go :/
15:12:05pamaurydid you recompile the library and qeditor ?
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15:12:44plocoZincAlloy: crash? after force close still need to free out Rockbox from running applications.
15:16:42plocoeither long press home or menu button to bring up the current running applications. then drag the rockbox out from the list.
15:20:39ZincAlloyI force quit it in the application manager
15:21:08ZincAlloywhen I started the app again I could not do anything
15:21:38plocoafter you force close it, the instance will still be in the list.
15:22:20plocothat's why need to drag it outta there before restart.
15:22:39ZincAlloysometimes I just don't get android
15:23:01plocoalternativelly, reinstall the apk helps too
15:23:27ZincAlloyrestarting the phone did the trick
15:24:52plocorestart take so long.
15:25:10ZincAlloyyeah. next time I'll know better
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15:27:12plocobtw, were you the one looking for back one step in wps/sbs?
15:28:04ZincAlloyback one step?
15:28:28ZincAlloydon't think so. I've been looking for a way to get to wps directly
15:28:45plocotouch action that act like back button
15:29:00ZincAlloywhy would I need that? there's a back button
15:30:13plocothen must be someone else from other site.
15:31:02plocowhat you mean by get to wps directly? wps as the page once rockbox start? or from sbs to wps?
15:31:43ZincAlloyfrom menus straight to wps
15:31:48ZincAlloyas in resume playback
15:32:59ZincAlloyI know. I've used this for a button on my sbs
15:33:30ZincAlloyis there a way I can assign that function to a long press on the back button?
15:34:35plocodon't think so.
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15:41:19pamaurywodz (logs): I have updaded g#966, could you please retry and tell me what it prints ?
15:41:21fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #966 at : 3regtools: fix libsocdesc library by Amaury Pouly
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17:46:40GodEaterdo we have anything theme wise which will work on a 1080p android device currently?
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17:57:34ZincAlloyI don't think so.
17:59:10ZincAlloywe need a theme site for unuseable targets
17:59:55gevaertsAndroid is annoying theme-wise
18:00:10ZincAlloyyes. too many resolutions
18:00:25gevaertsThe current theme site is really designed around resolutions, and android really breaks that assumption
18:00:51gevaertsSo integrating android themes in the theme site isn't going to just be a matter of adding a few targets
18:03:08ZincAlloyit's not? themes still have to be made for specific screen dimensions, no?
18:04:14ZincAlloythere may be some themes o a chinese site, but I can't be sure..
18:04:34gevaertsWell yes
18:05:03gevaertsBut then you have a few devices there, and several hundreds "Application, XxY" targets
18:05:13gevaertsAnd people not knowing which they need :)
18:05:46GodEateram I supposed to be able to read that?
18:06:01ZincAlloyit depends. are you chinese?
18:06:24GodEaternot last time I checked
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18:10:32ZincAlloythis seems to be the best adaption of cabbie v2 for 720x1280:
18:11:30ZincAlloyat least it doesn't look too odd at first glance
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18:14:23GodEaterunless I'm very much mistake, that doesn't help me - on account of it not being 1080p ;)
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18:17:48GodEaterin which case I guess I need to find something else which will play speex files =/
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18:19:46BundersHello, I hope to convince someone that I'm human so that I might be allowed to upload datasheets and whatnot to the Wiki. Who should I PM my real name to in order that I can be allowed to do so?
18:20:26ZincAlloyor just make a theme
18:20:57GodEaterZincAlloy: life's too short
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18:31:05ZincAlloymaybe I should port my 720x1280 theme to 1080p..
18:34:34ZincAlloythat should be fairly easy..
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19:55:31ZincAlloyha, it's no big deal at all.. most elements are vector shapes..
19:58:27foolshI have got to find time to install the android toolchain, seriously
19:58:36foolshI wish the script worked
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19:59:25BundersThank you!
19:59:32*Bunders makes beepy robot noises.
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20:10:43gevaertsBunders: has anyone helped you yet?
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20:16:02BundersYes, I have been helped, thanks! My "Thank you!" was sincere, the "beeby robot noises" was a joke.
20:16:26gevaertsOK, great :)
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21:11:38ZincAlloy[Saint], could you do me a favour and make that Ubuntu font in 60 and 82px height, please? I need them for the theme GodEater needs..
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22:24:19ZincAlloyalright. I resized all the images and changed the dimensions in the wps file. Only the fonts are missing now… I'd be really impressed if it worked on first try..
22:26:55ZincAlloyI don't have anything here to test it.. my computer screen isn't even big enough :D
22:28:22gevaertssdlapp and -zoom :)
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22:45:54nialv7does rockbox support 'gapless' playback? I mean, to eliminate the small jitter between tracks
22:46:13shmibsthere is a setting for that
22:46:30gevaertsIt does
22:46:45gevaertsThere's no setting for that. There's no good reason not to want it...
22:47:18coppernot to be confused with crossfading
22:47:33RiDuh, yes.
22:48:08nialv7but I still experience that small jitter...
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22:48:23ZincAlloyplaying mp3s?
22:48:27coppermaybe your files aren't gapless
22:49:36scorche|shnialv7: gapless means that Rockbox does not insert any gap - if there is a gap or silence in the mp3 file itself, Rockbox will play that
22:49:59nialv7there's no gap in the mp3
22:50:08RiDare you skipping to the end of a song?
22:50:12ZincAlloydid you rip it using lame?
22:50:17RiDlame is lame ^
22:50:19nialv7rockbox obviously lag a little bit when switching tracks
22:50:31scorche|shUI lag or audio lag?
22:51:25gevaertsWhich device is this on?
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22:51:39gevaertsCan you pastebin your config file?
22:52:21nialv7sorry I can't paste my config now
22:52:26coppernialv7: did you copy files onto it after the last time you turned it off?
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22:52:42nialv7copper, no
22:53:16ZincAlloymp3 doesn't support gapless playback natively. the codec splits the file up into frames and when the music ends before the frame does the rest is filled up with silence. the lame mp3 encoder tags the length of the silence and rockbox will read that tag to play the files gaplessly.
22:53:47gevaertsWe should support all of the common ways of handling this for mp3
22:53:58ZincAlloyso unless your mp3s were encoded with lame they won't play gaplessly.
22:54:48nialv7how can I check if my mp3s have this tag?
22:54:56nialv7I didn't encode those mp3s
22:55:06ZincAlloythere's your problem. :)
22:55:12gevaertsZincAlloy: I believe we also support however itunes does it
22:55:19ZincAlloyoh, right.
22:55:57nialv7ffprobe shows it's encoded with LAME3.99r
22:57:27gevaertsIt's of course entirely possible that we have a bug :)
22:58:02coppernialv7: can you upload two files that are supposed to be gapless relative to each other?
22:58:03ZincAlloyor whoever ripped these had his software insert silence between tracks..
22:58:06coppertwo consecutive songs
22:58:32nialv7when I play them on my computer there's no gap.
22:58:35coppernialv7: try playing them in foobar2000: if that's not gapless, then the problem is with the files
22:59:06nialv7where should I upload them to?
22:59:13copperdropbox, google drive, mega
23:01:43nialv7ok, but I can't do it right. I'll upload them tonight
23:03:23nialv7meanwhile, can someone explain how the 'gapless' thing work in rockbox? i skim through the code, it seems rockbox will only buffer the next song when previous song finished decoding?
23:04:54gevaertsRockbox buffers as much as it can, not just the next track
23:05:16*gevaerts almost never sees rockbox buffer songs though :)
23:05:17copperyou're the one with the mSATA mod
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23:05:31copperwith non-functional USB
23:06:13copperlagging on solid state storage is really not normal
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23:09:41nialv7so uisimulator can't play songs? could i debug this
23:09:55gevaertsIt can
23:09:56copperyes it can
23:10:35nialv7mine doesn't
23:10:41nialv7what did I do wrong?
23:10:43pixelmaprovided it's a sim of a swcodec target
23:11:34nialv7thx i'll try again
23:11:55GloomyJD I've just tested a few I have on my laptop and all playing fine, what device sim? ipod6g?
23:12:16copperlinux or windows?
23:12:25copperit may be using a different audio device
23:12:29coppersound card
23:13:56nialv7but ipod6g is a swcodec target, right?
23:15:13copperthe sim will use the default ALSA device
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23:15:56pixelmayes, it is. It would have been unlikely that you were using a hardware codec sim but there still was a possibility, was just trying to make sure.
23:16:21nialv7it's not there's no sound. the uisimulator just show the player screen for a fraction of second then the player quit
23:16:59copperrun it in a terminal
23:17:10copperI've had this problem too
23:17:21nialv7how did you solve it?
23:17:51copperby running it in a terminal, or directing its output to a file
23:18:27nialv7there's no output.
23:19:34nialv7should i compile with '-m32'?
23:19:49copperstill quitting when running it from a terminal?
23:20:35copperwhere did you get it?
23:20:43copperthe sim?
23:21:02nialv7I built it
23:21:19copperNothing works, with you :-/
23:21:25nialv7have to go
23:21:28nialv7see u later
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23:35:54nialv7seems uisimulator try to open file from '/'
23:38:28coppercd into the sim's directory
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23:40:40gevaertsFor the record, a freshly built git head ipod6g sim works fine on my amd64 linux system
23:41:35gevaertsI haven't tested gapless playback, because my ears are rubbish at that sort of thing and I don't have tracks where this can be easily noticed lying around anyway
23:41:37nialv7copper, that's exactly what i did
23:42:30gevaertsDid you run make install?
23:43:39copperand how did you compile it
23:44:30copperand where did you put the MP3 files in the simdisk directory?
23:46:25nialv7that's probably because your file names don't start with non-ascii characters..
23:46:36nialv7there's a bug in path_trim_whitespace
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23:47:47nialv7also why trimming whitespaces anyway?
23:48:33copper21:46:27 UTC <nialv7> that's probably because your file names don't start with non-ascii characters..
23:48:36copperworks fine here
23:48:45copperwith a file named €qsd.flac
23:49:38coppersame with a file named "™ q s d.flac"
23:49:38gevaertsIt's bound to be a bit more complicated than just ascii vs non-ascii
23:50:40*shmibs has a problem
23:50:51nialv7weird, what version of rockbox are you using?
23:50:54gevaertsPossibly also related to what LC_CTYPE is set to
23:51:02shmibsso i keep all of my music library in 500k vorbis
23:51:03copperrecent git
23:51:07shmibssome albums play
23:51:10shmibssome just skip
23:51:24shmibsand i can't find any discernable difference between those that work and those that don't )=
23:52:00gevaertsshmibs: do you use embedded album art?
23:52:10shmibsnot on all of them
23:52:20shmibsthat doesn't display regardless, but i checked that
23:52:27shmibssome of them have stuff embedded and play
23:52:30shmibssome don't and skip
23:53:04shmibsthey're all encoded with the same lib version, though
23:53:26gevaertsWe used to have some issues with large vorbis comments ("tags"). I'm not sure what the state is with that
23:53:49coppernialv7: I thought you didn't manage to run the sim anyway?
23:53:50nialv7anyway. I changed the filename and now i can play it
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23:55:40nialv7does it work if you filename begins with a ' '?
23:55:56copperwhy would I have such a file
23:56:25copperand yes it works
23:56:33copperand could you answer my question?
23:56:44gevaertsTo test :)
23:57:08gevaertsnialv7: what character encoding are you using on that filesystem?
23:57:15shmibshmm, this one works fine and it has a giant METADATA_BLOCK_PICTURE
23:57:36nialv7gevaerts, utf8
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