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#rockbox log for 2010-12-08

00:01:23kugelthey're not irrelevant
00:01:35kugelyou can resume if playback is paused/stopped
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00:03:14kugelyou can easily slow down the tick timer but then all TIMER_AFTER/TIME_BEFORE (and probably a lot more stuff) will be extremely off, that's a not nice and has possibly bad side effects
00:03:33JdGordon|thats the point though.... when music is off nothing important uses that
00:03:56kugelare you sure about that?
00:04:11JdGordon|not 100% sure but pretty confident
00:04:12kugelI'm not so much
00:04:21JdGordon|what is running that is time critical?
00:04:40JdGordon|playback is OFF, gui has no need to redraw, no hardware management
00:04:46gevaertsTIMER_AFTER and TIME_BEFORE are only off if you keep incrementing current_tick by one
00:09:01kugelI'll wait for your patches :)
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00:09:12JdGordon|chicken :)
00:09:41kugelrockbox' now the last process in the list in my phone so I don't really bother
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00:15:24kugelhopefully my patch also helps on the samsung phones where the idle usage seems to be worst
00:17:22JdGordon|you're going about it backwards though :)
00:17:31JdGordon|whats your patch? move to linux timer instead?
00:19:24kugelthey're also more accurate which is nice
00:21:14JdGordon|accuracy isnt such a big deal
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00:22:00kugelthat's true
00:22:20kugelbut it's a nice to have, and the java timer is often off by more than 10%
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00:22:51kugelI assume because it's thread based, and the linux ones are signal based
00:23:59JdGordon|if the inactive tick thing actually works it could probably be done using that also
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01:02:01JdGordon|3.7.1 database regression :(
01:02:08JdGordon|at least it should be easy enough to track down
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01:05:49the_KyleI'm noticing a delay of around 3 seconds when I change the volume on the clip+ simulator. Is this normal?
01:08:02JdGordon|yes, the sim sucks sometimes
01:08:27the_KyleSo it should work normally once I get it on the clip+ itself?
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01:52:30Sudosthe_Kyle, yes.
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01:52:44SudosI recently purchased a Clip+, volume is normal.
01:52:57Sudosmy suggestion though
01:53:34soaaHi everyone! I just compiled the most recent version of Rockbox for Android, and the WPS isn't loading.
01:53:35Sudosis to get the regular Clip or Clipv2 if you can- 8GB vs 4GB.
01:54:19JdGordon|soaa: what was the last build you used?
02:02:39soaaJdGordon|: The one from the wiki, with dynamic screen sizes.
02:03:11soaaThe new build I compiled doesn't have dynamic screen sizes, but has antialiased fonts.
02:03:12JdGordon|yeah ok, you need to nuke your /sdcard/rockbox folder i tihnk
02:03:23JdGordon|I have the same issue
02:03:36soaaAh crap.
02:03:49JdGordon|well not really actually
02:03:57JdGordon|uou can just delete /sdcard/rockbox/wps
02:04:06soaaHmm, and then?
02:04:14JdGordon|reload the theme
02:04:29soaaBut it'd be gone by then, no?
02:04:41soaaThere's an internal copy?
02:04:48soaaOh, I see.
02:04:54*soaa tries
02:05:42soaaThank you very much.
02:07:19JdGordon|:) it didnt work for me though :p
02:09:09soaaOkay, now THAT's strange.
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02:09:34JdGordon|THAT being?
02:10:47soaaThat it didn't work for you.
02:12:55JdGordon|na, not really, i was ruunning a more mesed up build
02:12:57soaaBecause it did work for me.
02:14:15pixelmawould this guy have the same problem:,14177.msg175212.html#msg175212 ?
02:14:24pixelmaor could
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05:57:58CIA-7New commit by jdgordon (r28764): download the r5 NDK to go along with the configure change in r28755
05:59:50CIA-7r28764 build result: All green
06:05:46CIA-7New commit by jdgordon (r28765): more than just a number changed, retry that last commit
06:07:35CIA-7r28765 build result: All green
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06:14:27[Saint]JdGordon|: from your comment in the "true random" playback thread.....*true* random playback probably wouldn't be that hard to implement...would it? Though I assume (and it is just an assumption) that people don't actually *want* true random playback as there's a chance then that you could hear the same track multiple times (even in a row) in the same playlist.
06:14:49JdGordon|I actually would prefer true random
06:14:56[Saint]I'm not sure, but I guess what people actually want is "true random, yet non-repeating, playback"
06:15:06JdGordon|and there are a few fiddly bits, but no i dont think it is that difficult to implement
06:15:25[Saint]or the ability to define exactly *how* "random" it is.
06:16:03[Saint]being able to "weight" certain tracks, and disregard others would be awesome too...but vastly complicates things.
06:17:45[Saint]It's something I'm even tempted to look into myself, as, once the playlist is known it shouldn't (in theory) be hard at all to design something to pick a track from said list at random.
06:18:29[Saint]I'd be diving in somewhat, as I've never looked at playback code in RB...but it certainly doesn't seem that complicated in theory.
06:18:52JdGordon|the problem would be keeping the wps-playlist viewer and playback in sync
06:18:55JdGordon|if that is wanted
06:19:37[Saint]I'm not sure it is...I'd want the playback to be random, but the playlist ordered.
06:19:53[Saint]which is why I think it could indeed be quite simple to do.
06:20:11[Saint](it has to be for me to look into it, trust me ;))
06:20:17[Saint](or I have to think it will be)
06:20:35JdGordon|im 99% sure it would be pretty simple
06:20:42JdGordon|going forward/back would be interesting
06:20:50JdGordon|how do other music players deal with that?
06:21:10[Saint]how do you mean?
06:21:31JdGordon|pressing |<< then >>| does that get you back to the track you started on?
06:21:33[Saint]if random == on, select track at
06:21:56[Saint]Oh, right...hmmm.
06:22:13[Saint]No, it shouldnt.
06:22:42[Saint]pressing |<< goes to the start of the currently playing track, then pressing >>| skips to another random track.
06:23:38[Saint]keeping the playlistviewer ordered I would see as desirable as you could then know what was coming if you were to turn random off at any given point.
06:24:16JdGordon|ok, what about pressing prev so you actuall go back a track, do you get the previous one played or in the playlist?
06:24:34[Saint]the only thing I can think of immediately that might be weird is the "next track" WPS tag.
06:24:44JdGordon|no, that would just work :)
06:24:49JdGordon|it goes through playback not playlist
06:24:58[Saint]as iiuc that follows the playlist, and if we're not randomising the playlist it won;t display correctly.
06:25:00JdGordon|unless thats what you mean
06:25:33[Saint]ah...I thought it followed the playlist.
06:25:52[Saint]does it get the "next" info from what's buffered?
06:26:12[Saint]well, that's even better than I thought then.
06:28:36JdGordon|kugel: ok, all the talk this morning assumed the timer was inited by java.... its init in c which makes it slightly convoluted but still doable
06:29:05*[Saint] decides it's time to brush up on playback magic now then.
06:29:48[Saint]is it that bad?
06:30:11JdGordon|you do know that anyone who opens playback.c eventually goes mad right?
06:30:23JdGordon|and no active dev is heavily involved in it atm?
06:30:35[Saint]I do now ;)
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06:31:27[Saint]It can't be any more messed up than the old skin engine ;p
06:31:39JdGordon|it is HUGELY scary
06:32:14[Saint]or database/tagcache stuff...I have like NO idea how the hell the database doesn't just fold up on itself and die.
06:32:32JdGordon|just good luck
06:33:22JdGordon|im looking at playback.c now and i'm slightly concerned
06:33:26JdGordon|maybe this isnt so simple
06:33:29[Saint]I'll do a patch that puts all the menu entries in place and put it on the tracker and Mr.Someone can fill in the gaps ;)
06:33:35JdGordon|assuming a random playlist by definition will never finish
06:34:03[Saint]yeah, I am as well...and I was hoping it wasn't as bad as you'd said.
06:34:18[Saint]turns out, it is.
06:34:31JdGordon|actually, it might just be enough to fix playlist_next() in playlist.c
06:35:02JdGordon|line 2524... just make index = random value
06:35:29[Saint]I'm trying to get my head around playlist_next() now.
06:35:38[Saint]I'll certainly give it a go.
06:35:58JdGordon|playlist_check() should also always return true when in random
06:36:32JdGordon|as for the settings, I would change "shuffle mode" to "off, shuffle, random"
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06:37:16[Saint]I was actually going to put it seperate to Shuffle
06:37:35JdGordon|I dont tihnk it should be
06:37:41[Saint]I believe I need to SVN up though, as my playlist.c is only ~2100 lines
06:38:04JdGordon|sounds like its corrupt then
06:38:12JdGordon|you dont need that file
06:38:27JdGordon|playlist.c has everything for a quick n dirty version
06:39:02[Saint]Hmmm...SciTE was just telling me lies.
06:39:02JdGordon|and yes, the WPS (especially the wps playlist viewer) will show nonesense
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06:39:32JdGordon|actually, no only the wps playlist viewer
06:39:36[Saint]well, that's something I'd like to avoid.
06:39:37JdGordon|next track wil alwasy be correct
06:40:09[Saint]yeah, I was thinking that current track data shouldn;t be affected. but I don;t want to go down any road that borks the playlistviewer.
06:41:34JdGordon|actually.... get_next_index() is the best place for this
06:44:45[Saint]I suppose it kinda *does* need to be in the Shuffle settings, as if not you could set Shuffles *and* Randomised playback...but it doesn't seem like the right place for it to me.
06:45:37[Saint]I suppose there's no reason to not be able to set's just be weird.
06:48:15JdGordon|only because shuffle would need to be renamed
06:48:28JdGordon|"playback mode?"
06:48:59JdGordon|it would go with FS #9456 a bit
06:49:09JdGordon|remove repeat:shuffle option
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06:54:57eWillI'm trying to follow: −−- There is no package in 'Devel' called 'gcc'. Do they mean 'gcc-core'?
06:57:38[Saint]eWill: out of curiousity...what target are you building for?
06:57:49[Saint]I *really* need to update that wiki page
06:57:58eWillc200v1, e200v1, and fuze v2.
06:58:00[Saint]you'll be fucked off when you can't build the eabi toolchain.
06:58:11JdGordon|true random would have horrible performance if ou are using a m3u8 which doesnt fit in the playlist buffer and you keep jumping to bits which are outside the buffered area
06:58:28eWillplease tell me what to change for eabi toolchian, and what I don't need? (If it's a short list)
06:58:50eWill[Saint]: bump
06:59:30[Saint]there's a *really* long list of packages you *should* have...but if you just want to build the eabi toolchain I *think* all you need is gmp and mpfr (plus dependancies)
06:59:54[Saint]in addition to the packages listed on the wiki page
07:00:10[Saint]btw you also need curl and or wget
07:00:23JdGordon|i think you need curl for our scripts
07:00:23eWillThanks. So you probably won't be removing any packages?
07:00:37JdGordon|surprise surpsrise we dont do wget :p
07:01:02[Saint]eWill: so, in summary: gmp, mpfr, curl and or wget
07:01:53[Saint]eWill: also, completely ignore the "add <blah> to your $PATH variable bit, even when tells you to
07:02:01[Saint]it isn't needed anymore.
07:02:48[Saint] really needs to check if it's running on CygWin and not post that message regarding $PATH but I haven't got around to making a patch for that.
07:03:03eWillgmp and mpfr are both in 'Libs' and 'Main'. Same thing?
07:04:04[Saint]cloog, flex, bison and pll also come in handy...but aren't strictly necessary.
07:04:23[Saint]and 'expect'
07:04:58[Saint]building the eabi toolchain will use those if it can, but won;t fail if it doesn't find them.
07:05:24eWillsmaller/faster build −− or what?
07:05:38[Saint]from my experiences, the only additional packages you *need* are gmp and mpfr (plus their dependancies)
07:05:59[Saint]eWill: faster, but...only slightly.
07:06:16[Saint]expect the build to take anywhere from 2 to 12 hours.
07:06:40eWillI build in Linux in a couple minutes....???
07:06:47[Saint]toolchain build that is, not building for a device.
07:07:04[Saint]so, if you have *nix...why use CygWin?
07:07:20eWillNo boot to VMware every time I build.
07:07:32eWillalso want to test speed
07:07:45eWillsee if it's worth booting a VM.
07:08:15[Saint]Ah...right. It takes a damn long time to build the toolchain on CygWin, but after the initial compile building for a target only takes 2mins or so.
07:08:42[Saint]if speed is your concern, CygWin is NOT your friend.
07:09:00[Saint]if booting a VM is a hassle, go for it.
07:09:10eWilli'm running @ 3.6GHz on a dual core. This will really take 2 hours?
07:09:37[Saint]also, if you have fast disks you should install ccache...if your disks are slow/congested it will actually slow builds down.
07:09:41scorchebuilding the toolchains will take a long while, yes
07:10:06[Saint]2hours is for a MACHINE OF DEATH
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07:10:20[Saint]5~6 seems about standard.
07:10:36[Saint]12ish is the record I think
07:10:37eWillwow. can I just copy some files from Ubuntu?
07:11:04scorcheit doesnt work like that
07:11:06[Saint]I got that time on an AMD 900MHz with 128MB RAM though
07:11:14[Saint]and no, you can't.
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07:12:27[Saint]you've once again reminded me (for the last time, I swear) that I need to overhaul the CygWin wiki page(s) thanks eWill
07:12:40eWillThanks for all the help.
07:13:31[Saint]No worries, there's only a few of us here that use CygWin...and I think I'm the only one that isn't asleep. ;)
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07:17:09eWill[Saint]: for cloog −− do you mean 'cloog-ppl'? Also, 'pll' is not listed in Cygwin.
07:19:33[Saint]sorry, ppl...typo
07:19:50[Saint]and yes, cloog-ppl "the chunky loop generator"
07:22:56[Saint]I'm filtering through my package list now...but I have quite a few packages revevant to other projects, etc. so it's hard for me to remember what's specific to rockbox and/or building the eabi toolchain.
07:27:51[Saint]I seem to remember that the "bare bones" necessities were just gmp and mpfr though, I remember though that the process of building the toolchain will look for and use (if it can): bison, cloog, expect, flex, ppl, <and quite possibly others I can't remember> though.
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07:34:48[Saint]eWill: D'oh! I forgot you need libiconv also (unless it's been installed as a dependancy of something else already...but make sure you have it)
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10:59:09amee2kanyone else here who has done an ipod mini flash mod?
11:00:16gevaertsamee2k: asking specific questions usually works better
11:01:08amee2kokay, here i go. i've put the 8GB CF card in my mini yesterday
11:01:22amee2kput the MBR back and manually upgraded the firmware
11:01:23gevaertsAlexP: guArInoJ8c9b
11:01:32amee2kitunes still insists that it can't find its update server
11:01:48amee2kthe old updater tool says it can't mount the ipod
11:02:33amee2kthe stock firmware, manually loaded, works and i can see the block device of the right size on my computer when i plug it in usb
11:03:21amee2kbut somehow i can't seem to make the data partition larger without screwing up the firmware
11:03:32AlexPgevaerts: Done
11:04:34amee2kso i'm wondering if anyone else here has done this, and how you got it to work using the full memory size
11:04:37gevaertsamee2k: which tools have you tried? Any standard fdisk-like tool should allow you to just remove the data partition and recreate it
11:05:11gevaertsI know fancy tools like parted are broken for this
11:06:03amee2kfdisk (util-linux-ng as it comes with deb stable
11:06:08amee2kand gparted
11:06:26amee2kboth seem to render the MBR unusable with the firmware loader
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11:08:46gevaertsI'm pretty sure I just deleted the partition on mine and made a new one, *probably* using standard fdisk
11:08:52gevaertsIt's been a while though
11:09:17amee2kwhich one are you using?
11:09:40amee2kalso, how did you enlarge the file system inside?
11:09:49amee2kjust mkfs over the old one?
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11:11:05gevaertsa new mkfs, yes
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11:15:20amee2kokay, i created a larger partition, mkfs'd it, the reloaded the firmware partition
11:27:42amee2kgevaerts: this is awkward. now it works 0.0
11:27:49amee2k... or at least i think it does
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11:53:34amee2kdammit, no idea what i was doing wrong the other 4 attempts but now it worked >_<
11:53:37*amee2k images
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12:34:28amee2kwhen ordering an ipod replacement battery, how do i know if its another fake?
12:34:36amee2kpreferably before i buy it ;)
12:40:36Torneyou probably don't, except by the reputation of the shop/seller
12:46:04amee2kthats kinda what i was afraid of
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12:48:28amee2ki'm giving it a try. its only 6.35EUR anyway
12:48:36amee2kand the runtime on this one is down to like 20 minutes
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12:48:53amee2kand since the flash mod works now i'd like to keep it
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13:44:24pixelmaEnglish and Rockbox related only
13:49:24amee2kwell, its not english allright
13:49:34amee2khard to tell if its rockbox related or not :P
13:50:11Torneit's very unlikely if compizconfig is involved :)
13:50:41Bagdermaybe it is a rockbox port? =)
13:51:19ZhangNingHow to install rockbox on Ubuntu
13:51:34timcccbu kui
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13:52:42pixelmaZhangNing: which player?
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13:54:34ZhangNingpixelma: I want to play music through rockbox on my computer
13:54:55ZhangNingpixelma: I use Ubuntu system
13:56:59TheSevenrockbox is intended to be used as a music player on a PC
13:57:20TheSevenyou can in theory use the rockbox simulator to do that, or maybe the sdl application port
13:57:57*pixelma guesses TheSeven means "not intended"
13:58:14TheSevenoops, yes :)
13:59:18ZhangNingwhy not design an application for PC
13:59:23TorneThe SDL app port isn't available as a binary, though, you would have to compile it yourself
13:59:33TorneZhangNing: That's the SDL app port, basically
13:59:39Torneit's not had a lot of work put into it yet
13:59:42Torneit works, though
13:59:48pixelmaTorne: neither are linux sims IIRC
13:59:51Tornebut the UI is not ideal
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14:00:48TheSevenyeah, it's intended to be used as a full-screen application on relatively small devices with limited means of input, not really as a PC media player application
14:01:33Torneactual playback and other rockbox features work fine, though, it's just the user interface design that needs work if someone really wants it to be a windowed app
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16:05:17wodzCan anyone with art skills look at FS #11796 and add some more 'realistic look' to the sketch provided? As a refference I added some photos to the
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16:36:15n1ssvn merge from a different repo actually seems to work quite well
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16:57:03n1sdoesn't seem there's a way to tell svn merge to ignore whitespace differences though
17:01:13TheSevendo we have somebody who knows at least roughly how DER certificates work?
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18:23:44wodzConsidering our problems with API documentation maybe we should look for semi automatic solution like doxygen?
18:25:38n1ssomeone still needs to write the doxygen comments
18:26:52saratogawe do an awful job of commenting what functions are expected to do though
18:27:06wodzsure but when digging in code it is simpler to write comments than to create document about what do what
18:27:46saratogaIMO we should have some kind of policy about actually commenting what functions do when adding new features
18:28:02saratogasee for example tagcache.c
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18:28:47wodzdoxygen would make life easier not solve problem automagically
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18:29:53n1swodz: i'm not against it but it will probably take some effort to get people to start writing these comments and keeping them up to date
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18:30:47pamauryDocumenting the code would surely be a good idea, but we need to stick a convention
18:31:08wodzn1s: Well it is a matter of a question 'Do we want to have API documented or not?'.
18:31:37pamaurywodz: perhaps try to write to the ML, so that anyone can give an opinion
18:31:58wodzI will.
18:32:21n1swodz: sure
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18:33:31n1socin: repeat shuffle, will reshuffle the playlist whenever the end is reach so it restarts
18:34:38bertrikI am in favour of more comments generally
18:35:57bertrikand using the doxygen conventions is a good idea IMO
18:36:07n1soutdated or useless comments are worse than no comments, imo
18:36:38n1sbut as i said, i'm not against adding doxygen comments as long as people keep them up to date
18:37:00LloreanWell, comments shouldn't become outdated unless the code changes, and the code shouldn't change without new comments, so... Of course that depends on getting everyone to actually *do* it
18:37:25bertrikI think with doxygen, you can get a warning when e.g. the number of parameters no longer matches the documentation
18:37:28LloreanWe had enough difficulty with asking for manual updates or even tracker entries saying the manual needs updated, and that's something that needs doing much, much less often
18:38:00pamaurythere is a difference though, because you add comments at the same time you write the code
18:38:12pamauryfor most programmers it should be natural
18:38:15pamaury(in some way)
18:38:18wodzthats the whole point
18:38:39pamaurythen it's a just a matter of conventions
18:38:51LloreanI think that may be overly optimistic, but we'll see.
18:43:04wodzbertrik: Have you seen my commits for s35380a? Looking at datasheets all changes should be valid for s35390a also.
18:43:52bertrikcool, if possible I wouldn't mind dropping the s35390 driver in favour of the updated s35380
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19:10:43Bagderis there a good example of doxygen'ed generated docs anywhere?
19:10:53BagderI've never seen it
19:14:14BagderI guess it might just be me and my preferences but I have a hard time to like them...
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19:40:15preglowBagder: visually, or just the concept?
19:40:56BagderI like the concept of scanning for "docs" in the code and generating docs from that. I just think that doxygen never makes nice docs from the given sources.
19:41:41Bagderbut I'll admit I've never tried to see how it can be customed or changed
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19:45:37saratogai don't think dooxygen is so important, but having a policy on documenting things in the code would be nice
19:46:11pixelmaI believe some developers already tried to look into doxygen for Rockbox - bluebrother and mcuelenaere come to mind (not 100% sure)
19:49:34Bagdersaratoga: very true, the actual documenting is the important part
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19:51:40TheLemonMandoes anyone have a freescale board ?
19:51:58Bagdera freescale board ?
19:52:14TheLemonMana developer board
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19:52:18Bagderfor what?
19:52:58TheLemonManneed that because i discovered that theres a recovery mode in the rom used to upload and run stuff via usb and might speed up alot the development process
19:53:28TheLemonManbut infos must be asked via mail and i think they wont tell anything to an mp3 haxxor
19:53:38Bagderfreescale is a company, they make gazillions of different chips
19:53:56TheLemonManimx23 specifically
19:55:38Bagder675 USD from Freescale =)
19:57:07TheLemonMan"A list of USB bootloader commands is available upon request." duh
19:58:45saratogaa development board probably isn't that useful since nothing will be wired up the same and the hardware will be in a very different state after the OF bootloader runs anyway
20:00:03TheLemonManmmh, you got me wrong, i just needed the fact of having a board to lift the chances of a response
20:00:38gevaertsMaybe the Lyre people can ask? They buy actual chips IIRC
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20:06:35wodzBagder: According to doxygen output can be highly customized.
20:06:48scorche|shdomonoky: ping
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20:08:07scorche|shdomonoky: how are you on sqlite type stuff? - for the themesite, of course
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20:09:00domonokyscorche|sh: i dont know much about it, just enough so i could hack in my last themesite changes.. learning on the go :-)
20:09:14scorche|shdomonoky: i ask, because recently, when the themesite gets hit, the CPU gets absolutely pegged now resulting in slow load times - we are thinking it is something to do with the dtabase and how it might be called see:
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20:09:40scorche|shi am not a database or database code person, so i am far from the best person to really have a look at it..
20:10:22domonokythis sudden peak was after you upgraded something ?
20:10:35scorche|shno, it wasnt
20:11:12domonokythen i wonder what changed around week 47 in this log..
20:11:30scorche|shthere always werent any changes in svn or even ssh logins to the themesite account, so it looks like some threshold got breached or something during this time in the log
20:11:57scorche|shone would think that if it were the database, it would slowly increase, but that isnt the case here...
20:12:12scorche|shhowever nothing really changed, so...
20:13:10amee2kwhere can i find a (current) list of build prerequisites?
20:16:15domonokyscorche|sh: strange, unfortunatly i dont know enough about sqlite/php to find out what might cause this. We need some skilled php/sqlite hacker for this :-/
20:16:31scorche|shyeah - the problem is, i dont think we have one...
20:28:07gevaertshm, the database things are fairly well isolated. We could add some logging there
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20:33:17gevaertsscorche|sh: there aren't checkwps runs active all the time I guess?
20:34:45gevaertsscorche|sh: have you checked webserver logs to see if traffic increased?
20:35:16pixelmaI wondered if checkwps may be broken because I saw inconsistencies about the "works with" displays and if it could impact the performance of the database searches on the server
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20:38:09pixelmait's a few weeks ago though and I haven't checked back yet
20:39:40scorche|shgevaerts: i doubt that is run every page load though
20:39:58gevaertsit's not, no
20:40:22scorche|shgevaerts: i opened up htop and every single time the themesite got hit, i saw the single apache process instantly shoot up to 100%
20:40:26scorche|shCPU, that is
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20:40:40gevaertsCPU? Weird
20:41:13scorche|shhence why i am saying the themesite is pegging the cpu
20:41:36*gevaerts stops looking at simple locking issues then. Those shouldn't cause CPU things
20:42:42scorche|shthis is why i linked and have been mentioning that it has been pegging the CPU ;)
20:43:02gevaertsYes, yes
20:43:11*gevaerts doesn't always pay attention :)
20:43:46gevaertsscorche|sh: could you (or someone who knows php a bit) add logging to query() in private/db.class.php to print out $sql? My guess is a bad or missing index or something like that. Knowing what queries it runs will help identify those
20:44:10gevaertsI'm willing to check for those if I get a copy of the database file
20:45:00scorche|shprobably - this is why i was pinging folk like domonoky and rasher who have worked on the themesite in the past and are actually somewhat familiar with the php/sqlite workings
20:45:25*scorche|sh wouldnt classify himself in that category
20:45:39rasherI'd be surprised if there were proper indexes
20:45:46TheLemonManok, i filed a request on freescale website, sadly the imx expert wasnt online right now
20:45:48rasherso that's quite likely
20:47:08gevaertsKnowing what the common queries are will help a lot to see which ones we need, and logging is a good way to collect those
20:47:48*scorche|sh wonders if he needs to send a mail on the dev-list to call for help
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20:49:19*gevaerts would hope that between those present here we should be able to figure out how to get a string into a file (or an apache log)
20:49:37gevaertsDoesn't standard error get redirected to apache logs?
20:50:44domonokygevaerts: i can send you a copy of the db file (if scorche didnt do it already) if you want.
20:51:23*scorche|sh is quite willing and ready to give anyone the credentials they need
20:51:44gevaertsI'd guess 'fprintf(STDERR,"query: %s\n",$sql);' on line 187 in db.class.php might be all we need
20:52:11scorche|shif any committers want to work on it i can toss you the credentials to ssh in to the server as well..
20:52:18*gevaerts volunteers
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22:49:09bluebrotherBagder, pixelma, saratoga: IMO starting with a well-known syntax for documentation would be good. doxygen sounds like a good choice to me
22:49:41bluebrotherI'd be interested in looking into doxygen again if there is enough interest. Unfortunately I'm rather short on time these days
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22:58:47bluebrotherBagder: do you have an example on what kind of output you'd like for a generated documentation?
23:02:49Bagdernot really, and I don't think my view alone should be any particular factor here
23:03:56Bagderin my own projects, I've always went with documenting the functions separately in man pages
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23:07:53bluebrotherhmm. Maybe I should try to give it a shot during the holidays. Assuming that I find some time for it :)
23:08:10*bluebrother prefers keeping code and documentation in the same file
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23:08:44bluebrotherhmm, we could generate man pages from doxygen comments :)
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23:10:22Bagderhere's an example how I made the docs and showing them online for functions:
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23:15:45fmlThe commit r28777 is taken from FS #11748. I failed to include that into the commit message.
23:15:54CIA-7New commit by wodz (r28778): RTC s35380a - remove unneeded header files includes
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23:22:52wodzbluebrother: express your opinion on ML
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23:23:17saratoga_anyone mind if I delete SimpleGuideToCompiling ?
23:23:39saratoga_i updated some of it, but basically the whole thing is out of date and just duplicates better instructions elsewhere in the wiki
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23:25:38CIA-7New commit by wodz (r28779): Add MPIO HD300 to rbutil.ini
23:27:05wodzI don't think that deleting is proper way to go. IMO it is better to mark this page as outdated and make it invisible form wiki doc page
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23:28:50saratoga_wodz: yeah but i have no idea how to find all the pages linking to it
23:29:00Strife89saratoga_: The problem is that SimpleGuideToCompiling is newbie-friendly.
23:29:18saratoga_no its not it uses cygwin and gives instructions that don't work
23:29:40Strife89*intended* to be newbie friendly, at least
23:30:04saratoga_vmware is much easier for new users because they don't really have to do much of anything to get it working
23:30:14saratoga_well they do, but less then cygwin
23:31:41Bagder shows all wiki pages linking to it
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23:39:02saratoga_Bagder: is it possible to delete wiki pages?
23:39:06saratoga_IMO should go
23:39:14saratoga_since its a duplicate of DevelopmentGuide
23:42:53wodzhmm, on my HD300 usb bridge in bootloader works in rockbox I got 'Device offlined - not ready after error recovery'
23:43:14wodzthis is reproducible
23:44:37wodzwhere is the code called upon USB plug event?
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