Previous day | Jump to hour: 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 | Next day

Seconds: Show Hide | Joins: Show Hide | View raw
Font: Serif Sans-Serif Monospace | Size: Small Medium Large

Click in the nick column to highlight everything a person has said.
The Logo icon identifies that the person is a core developer (has commit access).

#rockbox log for 2011-04-28

00:01:31 Quit n1s (Remote host closed the connection)
00:02:04 Join sasquatch [0] (~username@
00:03:40 Join Zarggg_ [0] (~zarggg@
00:04:14 Quit Zarggg (Ping timeout: 264 seconds)
00:05:46 Quit ectobit (Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
00:08:53 Join utanapischti [0] (~username@
00:11:11 Quit sasquatch (Ping timeout: 240 seconds)
00:16:13 Quit [Saint] (Ping timeout: 246 seconds)
00:18:33 Quit lovasoa (Remote host closed the connection)
00:18:54 Quit FoH (Remote host closed the connection)
00:21:04 Quit ender` (Quit: Do not meddle in the internals of kernels, for they are subtle and quick to panic.)
00:23:16 Quit domonoky (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
00:23:26 Quit balintx (Ping timeout: 264 seconds)
00:26:41 Join balintx [0] (
00:28:54 Quit kevku (Ping timeout: 248 seconds)
00:30:21amiconnjhMikeS: The X5 uses the 18 bit interface mode - but the HD66773R is only pseudo 18 bit (it dithers on transfer, as the internal memory only stores 16bpp)
00:30:47 Quit utanapischti (Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
00:30:56amiconnThe H300 has the reverse flaw. It uses the 16 bit interface mode, but the HD66789R is true 18 bpp internally
00:31:20amiconnOn another matter, did someone try the playback rework on RaaA already? (specifically N900)
00:32:54 Quit MethoS- (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
00:36:38 Join utanapischti [0] (~username@
00:40:07 Quit balintx (Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
00:40:56 Quit Galois (Remote host closed the connection)
00:41:21 Join Galois [0] (
00:41:26 Quit pamaury (Remote host closed the connection)
00:41:27jhMikeSamiconn: I know about the x5 display's quirks, I just didn't explain that part. As far as RaaA, [Saint] had been using it for awhile and reported no ill issues with it.
00:44:41CtcpIgnored 1 channel CTCP requests in 0 seconds at the last flood
00:44:41*jhMikeS still has some NSF tweaking to do
00:44:59 Join balintx [0] (
00:46:35 Join Judas_PhD [0] (
00:46:40*jhMikeS wonders why RAAC is writing id3->frequency while it can set the DSP from id3->frequency before that
00:55:20 Quit saratoga (Ping timeout: 252 seconds)
01:02:34pixelmaI've been using it on my phone too
01:03:33pixelmaAndroid though, as the question was about the n900
01:05:40*amiconn just built it for N900
01:08:07 Quit bertrik (Ping timeout: 276 seconds)
01:21:31AlexPI've been using it on android too with no problems
01:22:09 Quit bluebrother (Disconnected by services)
01:22:10 Join bluebroth3r [0] (~dom@rockbox/developer/bluebrother)
01:23:31 Quit utanapischti (Ping timeout: 276 seconds)
01:24:41 Join utanapischti [0] (~username@
01:26:15 Quit TheSeven (Disconnected by services)
01:26:24 Join [7] [0] (~TheSeven@rockbox/developer/TheSeven)
01:30:21 Quit low_light ()
01:33:49JdGordonhas anyone got a 480x800 android raaa build somewhere i can grab please?
01:33:58 Join Topy [0] (
01:36:17dfktJdGordon -
01:36:24dfktfresh today
01:37:53 Quit T44 (Ping timeout: 250 seconds)
01:39:50 Join Scromple [0] (
01:41:54 Quit simonlnu (Quit: bbl)
01:43:26 Quit warriors (Quit: • IRcap • 8.6 •)
01:44:08 Quit mshathlonxp (Quit: Leaving)
01:44:54JdGordondfkt: thanks.... though meadiafire le suck :)
01:45:35dfktwell, at least you don't have to wait ;)
01:45:52dfkt(and i don't strain my own server)
01:51:17JdGordondammit... how do i get to the font chooser in the rockbox menus? i cant read text so need the item row numbers and android
01:52:19JdGordonfrom the theme settings menu
01:52:26dfktthat's where i like that my screen is a shabby resistive that works with a stylus...
01:53:28JdGordonwell the dpad works fine, i cant read the screen because the fonts screwed up :)
01:53:42JdGordonmanaged to restore a non broken them through trial+error thouhgh so all good
01:57:10***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
02:05:41 Join simonlnu [0] (simon@unaffiliated/simonrvn)
02:09:48 Join JoshuaChang [0] (~JoshuaCha@
02:13:18 Quit Scromple (Quit: Gone)
02:23:23 Join Scromple [0] (
02:24:04 Quit Scromple (Client Quit)
02:29:51 Join Scromple [0] (~Simon@
02:38:02 Join L-Strife89 [0] (~Strife89@
02:40:23 Quit Scromple (Quit: Gone)
02:40:31 Quit dfkt (Quit: -= SysReset 2.55=- Sic gorgiamus allos subjectatos nunc.)
02:40:44 Join Scromple [0] (
03:18:48 Join BHSPitMonkey [0] (~stephen@unaffiliated/bhspitmonkey)
03:23:31 Quit mudd1 (Quit: Ex-Chat)
03:28:34 Quit BHSPitMonkey (Remote host closed the connection)
03:32:05 Quit balintx (Remote host closed the connection)
03:32:24 Join balintx [0] (
03:33:39 Join BHSPitMonkey [0] (~stephen@unaffiliated/bhspitmonkey)
03:33:43 Quit JoshuaChang (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
03:34:03 Join JoshuaChang [0] (~JoshuaCha@
03:37:06 Quit timccc (Ping timeout: 240 seconds)
03:37:07 Quit GeekShadow (Quit: The cake is a lie !)
03:37:44 Join dfkt [0] (dfkt@unaffiliated/dfkt)
03:39:25 Join Strath [0] (
03:42:18 Quit japc (Ping timeout: 248 seconds)
03:43:29 Join japc [0] (~japc@
03:51:42 Quit dfkt (Quit: -= SysReset 2.55=- Sic gorgiamus allos subjectatos nunc.)
03:52:48 Join LambdaCalculus37 [0] (
03:52:48 Quit LambdaCalculus37 (Changing host)
03:52:48 Join LambdaCalculus37 [0] (~rmenes@rockbox/staff/LambdaCalculus37)
03:55:22 Join [Saint] [0] (S_a_i_n_t@
03:56:33 Join t0rc [0] (~t0rc@unaffiliated/t0rc/x-5233201)
03:57:13***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
03:59:30 Quit [Saint] (Ping timeout: 240 seconds)
04:03:40 Join Keripo1 [0] (
04:05:36 Quit milk (Remote host closed the connection)
04:06:12 Quit Keripo (Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
04:09:03 Quit BHSPitMonkey (Remote host closed the connection)
04:09:44 Join timccc [0] (~timccc@
04:10:24 Quit [7] (Disconnected by services)
04:10:31 Join TheSeven [0] (~TheSeven@rockbox/developer/TheSeven)
04:15:14 Join saratoga [0] (9803c6dd@gateway/web/freenode/ip.
04:21:57 Join wtachi [0] (
04:28:59 Quit amiconn (Disconnected by services)
04:29:00 Join amiconn_ [0] (quassel@rockbox/developer/amiconn)
04:29:00 Quit pixelma (Disconnected by services)
04:29:02 Join pixelma_ [0] (quassel@rockbox/staff/pixelma)
04:29:05 Nick pixelma_ is now known as pixelma (quassel@rockbox/staff/pixelma)
04:29:17 Nick amiconn_ is now known as amiconn (quassel@rockbox/developer/amiconn)
04:35:42 Join krazykit [0] (
04:36:38 Join kugel_ [0] (~kugel@rockbox/developer/kugel)
04:39:37 Quit kugel (Ping timeout: 240 seconds)
04:56:15 Quit bluefoxx (Quit: Can we, should we, will we?)
04:56:32CIA-87New commit by jethead71 (r29793): Get the NSF internal playlists working again. Fix a few wrongdoings in the metadata parser. Use the larger of track or playlist count to determine ...
04:56:41 Join bluefoxx [0] (
04:58:58 Quit japc (Ping timeout: 276 seconds)
05:00:11CIA-87r29793 build result: All green
05:01:06saratogaso is that it for the playback rework or is there more?
05:02:44 Quit Strath (Quit: There's nothing dirtier then a giant ball of oil)
05:02:57 Quit L-Strife89 (Ping timeout: 240 seconds)
05:03:00jhMikeSThere will be a good deal more. I'd like to know more about what that GSoC project has in mind too.
05:04:43 Join L-Strife89 [0] (~Strife89@
05:06:14saratogaping wtachi then
05:08:07 Quit saratoga (Changing host)
05:08:07 Join saratoga [0] (9803c6dd@rockbox/developer/saratoga)
05:09:16JoshuaChangstill working on the exciter dsp code...
05:13:15 Join japc [0] (
05:17:57jhMikeSthis stuff really does need properly multitrack file support...hacking it with seeking is just awful
05:20:17JoshuaChangskip length?
05:21:25 Quit japc (Remote host closed the connection)
05:21:34 Join Rob2223 [0] (
05:23:29jhMikeSstill, whatever it is, it should just show up like separate tracks even if the source is one file
05:24:34 Quit Judas_PhD (Quit: This is a quitting message)
05:25:27 Quit Rob2222 (Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
05:30:21JoshuaChangi mod the quickscreen to quick shift between skip track and skip second
05:31:46 Quit rasher (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
05:32:01 Quit LambdaCalculus37 (Quit: This computer has gone to sleep)
05:34:57 Join LambdaCalculus37 [0] (
05:34:57 Quit LambdaCalculus37 (Changing host)
05:34:57 Join LambdaCalculus37 [0] (~rmenes@rockbox/staff/LambdaCalculus37)
05:41:49 Join rasher [0] (~rasher@rockbox/developer/rasher)
05:42:19 Quit Horscht (Quit: Verlassend)
05:48:32 Quit DerPapst (Quit: Leaving.)
05:54:03 Join BHSPitMonkey [0] (~stephen@unaffiliated/bhspitmonkey)
05:57:15***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
06:08:01 Quit JesusChrysler (Quit: JesusChrysler)
06:13:19 Join milk [0] (
06:15:57 Part zenlunatic
06:16:05 Join zenlunatic [0] (
06:25:09 Quit Zarggg_ (Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
06:33:33 Quit L-Strife89 (Quit: Bed.)
06:39:22 Quit wtachi (Quit: &)
06:39:40 Quit milk (Ping timeout: 240 seconds)
06:51:40 Join Zarggg [0] (
07:08:06 Quit mc2739 (Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
07:09:40 Quit jhMikeS (Ping timeout: 240 seconds)
07:09:46 Join mc2739 [0] (~mc2739@rockbox/developer/mc2739)
07:10:13 Join WhiteD [0] (
07:18:11WhiteDIs there by any chance an Alpha or Beta release of the OS for the Sansa Fuze+? I've been wanting to replace the OS on it for a while now.
07:18:59saratogaWhiteD: did you check the fuze+ wiki page? its got the current state of the port there
07:20:44WhiteDAs in... the forum, or what? I haven't seen the wiki. I checked the forum like two days ago and didn't see anything in regards to an Alpha/Beta.
07:21:58WhiteDScratch that, can't believe I missed it. I will check the wiki.
07:24:10saratogaah yeah the fuze+ page doesn't say what the status of the port is because no one has committed any code yet
07:24:21saratogawell keep checking, i'm sure once something goes in someone will update that page
07:31:09WhiteDWhat is it written in? Python? I am just starting to learn about RockBox so please excuse me.
07:50:58 Quit TheSeven (Quit: No Ping reply in 90 seconds.)
07:51:11 Join TheSeven [0] (~TheSeven@rockbox/developer/TheSeven)
07:57:18***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
07:57:27 Quit t0rc (Quit: WeeChat 0.3.4)
07:58:10 Quit LambdaCalculus37 (Quit: This computer has gone to sleep)
08:04:03 Join einhirn [0] (~Miranda@
08:18:40 Join Fragolino54 [0] (
08:18:43Fragolino54hola gys
08:19:22Fragolino54guys I have 3.6 revision and I have a problem
08:19:40Fragolino54player sansa fuze 8 gb
08:20:11Fragolino54I have an addictional cad micro sd. When I put the stuff into it The player can't read anything from that.
08:20:47Fragolino54now I give an upgrading let's see how come up
08:21:26JdGordonthats over 6 months old... get 3.8.1 and see if its still problematic
08:23:06Fragolino54damn can't reckon sansa version
08:24:28Fragolino54how to check it out?
08:26:26JdGordonclick the big fat download installer button
08:28:12Fragolino54yep I know thx but I got 2 option sansa fuze or sansa fuze v2
08:29:04Fragolino54I need to discover my version
08:30:28 Join Zagor [0] (
08:30:36 Quit balintx (Remote host closed the connection)
08:30:51 Join balintx [0] (
08:30:54 Nick Zagor is now known as Guest94016 (
08:31:22Fragolino54 how to do that under rockbox soft?
08:31:36 Quit Guest94016 (Changing host)
08:31:36 Join Guest94016 [0] (~bjst@rockbox/developer/Zagor)
08:31:43 Nick Guest94016 is now known as Zagor (~bjst@rockbox/developer/Zagor)
08:32:08Fragolino54maybe got it!
08:33:57Fragolino54refreshing media 70%
08:35:32Fragolino54vo 1.02.etc
08:36:02Fragolino54so I guess it's Version1
08:36:30WhiteDCurious, Fuze or Fuze+?
08:37:32Fragolino54ok let's rock the toy with new and fresh juice
08:37:36WhiteDDarn you got my hopes up.
08:39:21Fragolino54I need the missing .bin
08:40:35WhiteDDo you know what language the Rockbox code is written under by chance?
08:42:43WhiteDMainly curious. I am going to start getting into Python this weekend. If the off chance Rockbox is built under Python, that would make my day.
08:43:32JdGordonFragolino54: if you used rbutil it would do the install for you and autodetect the version
08:43:35Fragolino54ah sorry. I am a super noob about tese things
08:43:51Fragolino54yep I have seen it has autodetected
08:44:04Fragolino54Now I have to download the .bin
08:44:16JdGordonpress the auto install button
08:44:34JdGordonwhy are you being difficult? just use the installer
08:44:36 Join kevku [0] (~kevku@2001:470:28:773:babe:feed:dead:bee)
08:45:26Fragolino54the installer told me he needs the .bin file from sansa
08:45:35Fragolino54other wise it's going to be illegal
08:45:52 Join Judas_PhD [0] (
08:48:18 Join ender` [0] (krneki@
08:50:04 Join White-Noise [0] (
08:50:53Fragolino54can't find this .bin
08:51:31rasherFragolino54: If you already have Rockbox installed, you don't really need a new bootloader
08:53:00Fragolino54and what have I to do?
08:53:05rasherFragolino54: Just go to the installation tab and click "Install Rockbox"
08:53:31Fragolino54ahh oki
08:53:54Fragolino54well done!
08:54:06Fragolino54the wine is running into veins
08:54:35*Fragolino54 slaps rasher around a bit with a large trout
08:55:07Fragolino54done it
08:55:22Fragolino54refreshing media
08:55:33 Quit WhiteD (Quit: Leaving)
08:57:03 Join mem_ [0] (
08:57:09 Join bertrik [0] (
08:57:10 Quit bertrik (Changing host)
08:57:10 Join bertrik [0] (~bertrik@rockbox/developer/bertrik)
08:57:11Fragolino54I would like to have an extra feature on rockbox. A Spartan easy way to view all the files
08:57:28Fragolino54rather than tags
08:58:09Fragolino54It doesn't match mcro sd database with main database
08:58:45Fragolino543.8 is super fast
08:59:29rasherFragolino54: Well there's the file browser
09:00:00Fragolino54I still have the issue
09:00:16Fragolino54[08:20] <Fragolino54> I have an addictional cad micro sd. When I put the stuff into it The player can't read anything from that.
09:01:14Fragolino54whan I put a folder into micro sd: I boot the sansa I go to micro sd folder, I go to album folder and: I have another folder istead of mp3 files list
09:01:32Fragolino54that folder is unclickabile
09:01:45 Quit alexbobp (Ping timeout: 263 seconds)
09:02:31Fragolino54I have just checkd the folders conencting sansa via usb and there are files on it.
09:03:03Fragolino54So, Files are into. But sansa can't get the list. This only happen under micro-sd folder
09:03:09White-NoiseHey guys. I'm an ubuntu noob trying to install rockbox on a sansa clip+. I've gotten the clip to show on my desktop and I have the utility running. Anytime I try to install I get this error "OF unkown please try another version."
09:04:10Fragolino54is the version the same?
09:04:16 Quit BHSPitMonkey (Remote host closed the connection)
09:04:41Fragolino54white noise check your version
09:04:59White-NoiseI feel I may have screwed it up (unintentionally) trying to do a manual install and the version I have showing on the player is v01.02.15a
09:06:41Fragolino54you want the right firmware
09:06:56Fragolino54from sansa forum clip etc
09:07:04Fragolino54pick the firmware
09:07:29Fragolino54the .bin file
09:07:45 Quit Beta2K (Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
09:08:02Fragolino54**guys so do you have any ideas why my fuze can't open micro sd stuff?
09:08:14Fragolino54In the meanwhile I try to cancell files and replacing
09:08:14 Join n1s [0] (~quassel@rockbox/developer/n1s)
09:08:39 Join Beta2K [0] (
09:08:59 Join alexbobp [0] (
09:10:24White-NoiseI'm having difficulty finding this bin file
09:10:54Fragolino54do you alredy have rockbox installed into your device or not?
09:11:00White-NoiseI moved .rockbox onto the clip.... after downloading it's zip
09:11:12White-NoiseNo I don't.
09:11:21Fragolino54so you need the .bin
09:11:56Fragolino54then you start the rockbox booter link the bin to it ang go instal
09:12:21Fragolino54try to find a zip file of your firmware
09:12:32Fragolino54open it and look for .bin
09:17:29 Quit Keripo1 (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
09:21:22 Quit Scromple (Quit: Gone)
09:22:58Fragolino541 hour to move 7 giga
09:23:11Fragolino5430 mins*
09:23:23White-Noiseon to what?
09:24:29 Quit JoshuaChang (Quit: ChatZilla [Firefox 4.0.2pre/20110415144045])
09:24:42Fragolino54pc to sansa
09:25:01White-Noisedamn. Had no idea transfer rates were that bad.
09:25:19White-NoiseI had a zen without rockbox of course and it updated rather quickly.
09:29:24 Join bluefoxx_ [0] (
09:31:43 Quit bluefoxx (Ping timeout: 240 seconds)
09:31:57 Join swilde [0] (
09:36:20 Quit bertrik (Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
09:44:52 Join efyx [0] (
09:46:23 Join pamaury [0] (
09:46:23 Quit pamaury (Changing host)
09:46:23 Join pamaury [0] (~quassel@rockbox/developer/pamaury)
09:48:24 Part White-Noise
09:50:42 Join DerPapst [0] (
09:57:20***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
10:08:42 Join benedikt93 [0] (~benedikt9@unaffiliated/benedikt93)
10:11:11 Quit soap_ (Ping timeout: 248 seconds)
10:12:42 Join soap_ [0] (
10:12:42 Quit soap_ (Changing host)
10:12:42 Join soap_ [0] (~soap@rockbox/staff/soap)
10:17:14 Quit Judas_PhD (Quit: This is a quitting message)
10:34:33 Nick kugel_ is now known as kugel (~kugel@rockbox/developer/kugel)
10:41:54n1sgah, neighbours are playing christian rock so i can hear it!
10:42:03n1sheadphones on!
10:43:09n1saaaah, much better
11:21:38 Quit DerPapst (Quit: Leaving.)
11:24:55 Quit utanapischti (Ping timeout: 240 seconds)
11:25:56 Quit ChickeNES (Quit: Computer has gone to sleep.)
11:29:28 Join utanapischti [0] (~username@
11:57:24***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
12:16:56 Quit balintx (Remote host closed the connection)
12:17:15 Join balintx [0] (
12:23:31 Join LambdaCalculus37 [0] (
12:23:31 Quit LambdaCalculus37 (Changing host)
12:23:31 Join LambdaCalculus37 [0] (~rmenes@rockbox/staff/LambdaCalculus37)
12:31:27Fragolino54I have a problem
12:31:43Fragolino54rockbox doesn't read the files into micro sd folder
12:31:54Fragolino54sansa fuze
12:32:10Fragolino54I have folders into microsd folder
12:32:26Fragolino54it open only folders and can't display mp3s list
12:32:45n1sFragolino54: what is your "show files" setting set to?
12:32:48Fragolino54help me please
12:32:59Fragolino54it's default
12:33:15Fragolino54where to check that?
12:33:45Fragolino54I have done tons of trials
12:33:54Fragolino541) deleted all files and replaced
12:33:59n1si'ts in the settings menu somewhere and in the quickscreen unless you changed that
12:34:08Fragolino54(and checked files extentions etc
12:34:09 Join DerPapst [0] (
12:34:27Fragolino542) rockbox upgrade
12:34:36Fragolino543) refreshing stuff
12:35:09Fragolino54i am under file view now
12:35:32Fragolino54and I have a palette
12:36:07Fragolino54what option do I need to check now?
12:36:16Fragolino54sort case sensitive
12:36:24Fragolino54sort directories
12:36:32n1sshow files
12:36:33Fragolino54sort files
12:37:01Fragolino54it was playlist
12:37:12n1sso change it to all or supported
12:37:18Fragolino54ok mate
12:37:25Fragolino54giving it a try
12:37:44Fragolino54oohh god
12:37:46Fragolino54be blessed
12:37:49Fragolino54thx mate
12:38:19Fragolino54fully working now
12:38:19gevaertsFragolino54: look up "quickscreen" in the manual to find out what happened
12:39:11Fragolino54last thing my friends
12:39:25Fragolino54When I open a cover I don't know how to come back
12:40:09Fragolino54ah ok done
12:40:22Fragolino54pushing home botton for a while then quit
12:42:13Fragolino54rockbox rulez
12:46:53 Join MethoS- [0] (~clemens@
12:48:05 Join robin0800 [0] (
12:58:14 Join JesusChrysler [0] (
13:00:25 Join Splondike [0] (
13:02:50 Quit LambdaCalculus37 (Quit: work time!)
13:09:22 Join GeekShadow [0] (~Antoine@reactos/tester/GeekShadow)
13:10:35 Part Splondike
13:11:56 Join guymann [0] (
13:12:25 Join antil33t [0] (
13:12:44 Quit kevku (Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
13:22:24 Quit utanapischti (Quit: WeeChat 0.3.2)
13:24:52 Join sasquatch [0] (~username@
13:28:43 Join Keripo [0] (
13:28:56 Join LinusN [0] (
13:32:47 Quit Keripo (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
13:35:59 Quit antil33t (Ping timeout: 250 seconds)
13:47:03 Part Zagor
13:57:27***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
14:15:02 Quit DerPapst (Quit: Leaving.)
14:15:47 Join Zagor [0] (~bjst@rockbox/developer/Zagor)
14:22:51 Quit balintx (Remote host closed the connection)
14:24:24 Join balintx [0] (
14:30:16 Quit parafin (Quit: So long and thanks for all the fish)
14:32:43 Join parafin [0] (
14:35:25 Quit balintx (Quit: No Ping reply in 180 seconds.)
14:35:39 Quit Galois (Read error: Operation timed out)
14:35:44 Join balintx [0] (
14:35:48 Quit bzed (Read error: Operation timed out)
14:35:51 Quit boghog (Read error: Operation timed out)
14:35:52 Quit cjcopi (Read error: Operation timed out)
14:35:52 Quit Battousai (Read error: Operation timed out)
14:36:15 Join boghog [0] (~aphax@2001:980:34c7:0:1e6f:65ff:fe86:1e03)
14:36:16 Join bzed [0] (
14:36:22 Quit Elfish (Read error: Operation timed out)
14:36:26 Join Battousai [0] (~bryan@gentoo/developer/battousai)
14:36:28 Join Elfish [0] (amba@2a01:4f8:100:90a1:abc:abc:abc:abc)
14:47:26 Join Galois [0] (
14:48:47 Quit sasquatch (Ping timeout: 246 seconds)
14:49:19 Join DerPapst [0] (
14:49:34 Join sasquatch [0] (~username@
14:50:36 Join wtachi [0] (
14:54:12 Join kugel_ [0] (~kugel@rockbox/developer/kugel)
14:55:30 Join bzed_ [0] (
14:56:42 Join maraz_ [0] (
14:57:26 Join MethoS-- [0] (~clemens@
14:57:46 Join Linus [0] (
14:59:14 Quit bzed (*.net *.split)
14:59:14 Quit MethoS- (*.net *.split)
14:59:15 Quit kugel (*.net *.split)
14:59:15 Quit mem_ (*.net *.split)
14:59:15 Quit pjm0616 (*.net *.split)
14:59:15 Quit maraz (*.net *.split)
14:59:16 Quit LinusN (*.net *.split)
14:59:17 Quit TBFOOL (*.net *.split)
14:59:17 Nick bzed_ is now known as bzed (
14:59:21 Join pjm0616 [0] (~user@
15:06:11 Join 50UAAMNXW [0] (
15:06:11 Join TBCOOL [0] (
15:08:15 Nick 50UAAMNXW is now known as mem_ (
15:09:35 Join kevku [0] (~kevku@2001:470:28:773:babe:feed:dead:bee)
15:09:56 Quit Linus (Remote host closed the connection)
15:10:06 Join LinusN [0] (
15:35:15 Quit sasquatch (Ping timeout: 240 seconds)
15:38:55 Join sasquatch [0] (~username@
15:51:20 Join Judas_PhD [0] (
15:54:27 Join shai [0] (
15:54:35 Quit parafin (Quit: So long and thanks for all the fish)
15:54:43 Join parafin [0] (
15:57:30***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
15:57:55 Join evilnick [0] (~Evilnick@rockbox/staff/evilnick)
16:01:25 Join liar [0] (
16:07:07 Quit kevku (Quit: KVIrc 4.0.4 Insomnia
16:08:17 Part mem_
16:08:22 Join JoshuaChang [0] (~joshuacha@
16:21:04 Part LinusN
16:21:18 Join LinusN [0] (
16:21:22 Part LinusN
16:25:55 Quit robin0800 (Quit: Leaving)
16:30:14 Quit sasquatch (Quit: WeeChat 0.3.2)
16:31:44 Join JesusFreak316 [0] (
16:39:37 Join TheLemonMan [0] (
16:40:05 Quit TheLemonMan (Client Quit)
16:59:19 Quit ender` (Quit: It is better to stay silent and be thought a fool, than to open one’s mouth and remove all doubt. -- Abraham Lincoln)
17:07:49 Quit balintx (Quit: No Ping reply in 180 seconds.)
17:08:02 Quit einhirn (Quit: Miranda IM! Smaller, Faster, Easier.
17:08:05 Join balintx [0] (
17:08:59 Part Zagor
17:11:50*n1s had some progress with his usb problem \\o/
17:19:58n1sooohkey, adding a bunch of writes with values that are in the phy regs when booted through dfu mode *and* running the usb init twice makes it work, neither works on its own...
17:20:26n1sin fact just running the usb init in svn now locks up the player so there's definitely something missing there
17:33:04 Quit liar (Quit: hallowed are the ori!)
17:37:12 Join dfkt [0] (dfkt@unaffiliated/dfkt)
17:41:13 Quit JesusFreak316 (Ping timeout: 250 seconds)
17:49:04 Quit JoshuaChang (Quit: ChatZilla [Firefox 4.0.2pre/20110415144045])
17:52:10 Quit DerPapst (Quit: Leaving.)
17:52:12n1si must have been wrong, my patched init hangs too
17:57:31***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
18:04:50 Quit ThomasAH (Remote host closed the connection)
18:05:08n1sah. the old sprinkling a lot of splashes makes the hang go away so maybe a timing bug in the init that somehow only affects the first init after boot
18:05:46n1sthe disassembly surely shows much more delays than we have but i don't wuite understand the delay function they use
18:07:09 Nick YPSY is now known as Ypsy (
18:10:31 Join ThomasAH [0] (
18:28:50n1shmm, this is harder to test than i thought, it seems some state survives a reboot for a while
18:30:21 Join mshathlonxp [0] (
18:31:15n1sthe splash sprinkle version seems pretty solid though, but that adds a 1sec delay between each reg write
18:31:25n1swhichs seems excessive
18:36:48 Quit krazykit (Quit: awe yeeeeeee)
18:37:52 Join LambdaCalculus37 [0] (~3f74f70d@rockbox/staff/LambdaCalculus37)
18:43:26 Join bertrik [0] (
18:43:26 Quit bertrik (Changing host)
18:43:26 Join bertrik [0] (~bertrik@rockbox/developer/bertrik)
18:44:12 Join cjcopi [0] (
18:48:01n1sTheSeven: have you looked into how that delay routine the bootrom uses works, it loads a value from global_vars_ptr but i dunno if that can be found in the disassembly or if i just don't know where to
18:48:32n1sbut delays in the usb init seems to be what is missing
18:53:09 Join ChickeNES [0] (~ChickeNES@
18:53:15 Quit ChickeNES (Client Quit)
18:54:17*n1s binsearches the delays
18:54:20 Join ChickeNES [0] (~ChickeNES@
18:54:42 Join DerPapst [0] (
18:56:29 Join Scy [0] (
18:56:36 Join domonoky [0] (~Domonoky@rockbox/developer/domonoky)
19:00:38ScyI've only really got into rockbox a day ago, but I was curious, is it possible to write a plugin that can interact fully with a connected machine, e.g., run shell commands? (RB for the fuze more specificially. I'm just curious if that interaction is possible before i dive into RB plugin development
19:01:44 Join thomasjfox [0] (~thomasjfo@rockbox/developer/thomasjfox)
19:02:11ScyAnyone there?
19:02:21gevaertsScy: you can write a plugin that sends HID events to the host, which get interpreted as key presses
19:02:30gevaertsBut I'm not sure if that's what you're after
19:02:51gevaertsApart from that you can of course write any USB-based communication system you want
19:02:52Scycan entire strings be sent as keypresses rather easily?
19:03:42ScyWhat i'm trying to get at, is, upon connecting that usb into the player, it would run a few shell commands on a linux based host
19:04:07gevaertshm, maybe you're better off using usb_serial for that sort of thing
19:04:17 Quit swilde (Quit: ERC Version 5.3 (IRC client for Emacs))
19:04:40ScyHrrm. Alright.
19:04:48gevaertsYou'll need to wire that up to make it usable from plugins though
19:07:56Scystill gonna look into it, to see how far I can go with host interaction :). Could be a good learning experience
19:10:03n1swouldn't you need something that listens to usb serial on the host too?
19:13:15Scyi would assume. I never really got into that kind of development before. I was just kinda thinking outloud, and wanted to see if anyone else has.
19:14:29 Join Jerom1 [0] (~jerome@
19:14:41n1siirc someone got usb serial running on some target and used that for logf output but i don't remember any details
19:19:12Scyyeah that's what i had in mind. log output, I'm also a penetration tester, so I had security ideas in mind as well.
19:29:57 Join sasquatch [0] (~username@
19:30:00 Join Horscht [0] (~Horscht@xbmc/user/horscht)
19:30:27 Quit LambdaCalculus37 (Quit: off to work!)
19:42:34 Quit Scy (Quit: Leaving)
19:43:02n1sha, turns out it was only a single delay that was needed yay for one line patches
19:45:29n1sTheSeven: FS #12083
19:46:25n1sif anyone else has a classic with the usb hang issue, please test
19:46:44TheSevenyeah, i'm gonna push that one to a few guys :)
19:46:50n1sTheSeven: does starting with usb connected work on other classics?
19:46:59 Join TheLemonMan [0] (
19:47:01TheSevenit does
19:47:06TheSevenat least on mine
19:47:38TheSevenbut i've seen all kinds of hiccups when switching into an out of usb mode
19:48:26bertrikn1s, do you have a similar delay after the OTG software reset?
19:49:24bertrikoh, you can poll for it, so no delay needed probably
19:49:28saratogashouldn't that have a 'volatile' somewhere around the loop
19:49:55n1sTheSeven: the bootrom disassembly has a delay after both writing 1 to ORSTCON and then writin 0 to it so it makes sense i think but i don't know how long they delay
19:49:56TheSeveni is probably declared volatile, at least it should be
19:50:12n1ssaratoga: the loop var is volatile
19:50:14TheSevenhow does the bootrom delay call look like?
19:50:26saratogaah ok
19:50:41bertrikDidn't we use a volatile asm nop for the AMS sansa udelay?
19:50:47 Quit Fragolino54 ()
19:50:49TheSevenin emcore i used udelay(10) for the first delay
19:51:12 Join ender` [0] (
19:51:12TheSevenwe should probably just switch that to a proper udelay
19:51:20n1sit calls sub_2000A240 with r0 set to oxA
19:51:41TheSevenhm, now are those usecs or msecs? let me check...
19:52:01n1sthat routine loads a value from memory that i couldn't find in the disassembly
19:53:35TheSeventhe datasheet says that the reset signal needs to be asserted for 10us
19:53:54TheSevenit doesn't mention the OTG not accepting register accesses after that
19:53:55TheSevenlet me check the disassembly
19:54:55TheSevenblargh, that's a calibrated delay loop, and not a timer-based one
19:55:08TheSeveni'd say 10usecs should work
19:55:21TheSevenand IIRC we nowadays have udelay implemented on that target
19:55:27TheSevenand if we don't, we should fix that
19:55:41TheSevenso i'd go for udelay(10) replacing both loops
19:57:00 Join stoffel [0] (
19:57:31n1sTheSeven: i can try that tomorrow, gotta run now
19:57:34***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
19:58:36 Quit n1s (Remote host closed the connection)
20:06:23 Quit sasquatch (Ping timeout: 252 seconds)
20:11:02 Nick Ypsy is now known as YPSY (
20:21:14 Quit ChickeNES (Quit: Computer has gone to sleep.)
20:21:33 Join Keripo [0] (
20:26:12 Join Scythe [0] (
20:27:02 Join sasquatch [0] (~username@
20:30:15ScytheSo, I've gotten rockbox installed on my fuze (2.0), the installation went fine. However, when I connect the USB to the computer (Ubuntu) it isn't detected anymore. In the original FW i had to set it to USB mode=MCP, however, and that fixed my problem, but i don't see that option inside of rockbox
20:30:29Scythewas there something I missed that I had to enable to allow the host OS to detect it?
20:33:29pixelmayou need to manually boot into the OF or plug your Fuzev2 into USB from an off-state as Rockbox USB is not available on those players yet and the automatic reboot into the Sansa firmware was disabled as it caused hard lock-up on some players which you could only get out by running the battery down
20:33:57 Join ChickeNES [0] (~ChickeNES@
20:34:48Scytheoff state worked, thanks ;)
20:34:52ScytheWas that in the documentation?
20:35:25pixelmaI don't know
20:35:56ScytheAlright. Thanks.
20:36:20 Quit stoffel (Remote host closed the connection)
20:36:22 Quit Scythe (Quit: Leaving)
20:46:16 Join jhMikeS [0] (~jethead71@rockbox/developer/jhMikeS)
20:46:49amiconnjhMikeS: Latest svn works on N900 too, but then the pre-rework playback engine worked for me too
20:47:34amiconnThe only (moderate, but looong standing) annoyance the rework fixes for me is the premature playlist position advance
20:47:36 Join webguest020 [0] (
20:48:27amiconnRegarding binsize, I wonder (a) why this rework adds almost 2KB to the swcodec engine and (b) what caused the slight hwcodec binsize reduction
20:50:38 Quit webguest020 (Client Quit)
20:51:07 Join webguest020 [0] (
20:51:21 Quit webguest020 (Client Quit)
20:51:42 Join Manou [0] (
20:51:47jhMikeSa) it adds a good code-dense number of lines to playback.c I suppose, with more states becuase it's still nessary to deal with playlist strangeness among other things. b) for hwcodec, perhaps some slight consolidation (thing like wipe_mp3entry with one param instead of memset)
20:52:42jhMikeSin some cases I reduced excess static allocation based on memsize, so there was less ram use for some but still a binsize increase.
20:54:21jhMikeSoh, was hwcodec stuck with the workarounds for resume that were done by Buschel but not required any longer? that might explain things (and did I break something on that...)
20:56:11 Quit Manou (Client Quit)
21:07:03 Join bcoco85 [0] (~co@
21:08:32 Quit mshathlonxp (Ping timeout: 240 seconds)
21:10:17*amiconn has no idea what workarounds jhMikeS is talking about
21:12:35pixelmaI didn't test on hwcodec despite of seeing if it builds as I thought hwcodec wasn't touched at all
21:12:39jhMikeSthings like playlists can't peek ahead at a directory transition, so that has to be handled somewhat separately from a regular transition
21:12:58 Part bcoco85
21:13:04jhMikeSafact, it was touched. I'm trying to find my charger just to give it a quick check
21:13:47pixelmawell, there was this crash bug on auto-change directory on hwcodec...
21:14:18*amiconn doesn't use many of those newfangled playback features, so can't tell
21:14:32jhMikeSplaylist + faulty track handling = horrible and twisted
21:14:59amiconnI don't even skip very often
21:15:15jhMikeSplaylist just try to be too smart where they should be dumb and they're very dumb where they should provide simple valuable info
21:17:30 Quit Judas_PhD (Quit: This is a quitting message)
21:17:57pixelmaI'll try the build I already made on my Ondio... now to remember where I put it
21:23:24 Join mshathlonxp [0] (
21:24:30 Quit Keripo (Quit: Leaving.)
21:26:28 Join petur [0] (~petur@rockbox/developer/petur)
21:27:25*jhMikeS found the adapter
21:32:11 Join ChickeNE_ [0] (~ChickeNES@
21:34:17jhMikeSresume seems to be okay
21:35:26pixelmaskipping/searching (within one playlist) too for me, going to test auto-change directory too
21:35:55 Quit ChickeNES (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
21:36:08 Join ChickeNES [0] (~ChickeNES@
21:38:51pixelmahmm, just skipping forward from the last track of the old playlist works (can't remember if it did before), just letting it play across the border still crashes
21:39:40 Quit ChickeNE_ (Ping timeout: 276 seconds)
21:39:44jhMikeSthere are still hwcodec bugs like that?
21:40:20pixelmawell introduced later
21:47:10 Quit balintx (Remote host closed the connection)
21:47:28 Join balintx [0] (
21:48:34jhMikeSblam, it sure does crash
21:50:22 Quit ChickeNES (Quit: Computer has gone to sleep.)
21:52:06jhMikeSclicking numbers in the Rev. column while browsing SVN seems to be really subject to just getting no response
21:53:39jhMikeSseem to be the case with directories, not files
21:54:49jhMikeSI don't know the manual says anything, but swcodec isn't required to reboot for enabling/disabling cuesheet support
21:54:56jhMikeSnot any longer anyway
21:57:36***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"
21:58:57 Join ChickeNES [0] (~ChickeNES@
21:58:59pixelmayes, auto-change directories - just going from playlist entry to the next was and is working, otherwise the complaint would have been louder. I don't follow your cuesheet thought, it was made this way because it took noticable amount of additional RAM on out hwcodec players at least
21:59:04 Quit Strife89 (Ping timeout: 258 seconds)
22:04:07 Join denisesball [0] (
22:04:57jhMikeSpixelma: it's allocated based on use, but dynamically now
22:05:01denisesballhey all, on my sansa clip+ whenever i have to copy music it boots into the stock firmware and has to refresh media which seems to take forever because i have a lot of files in m4a or flac that it doesnt know what to do with. any way to get around that?
22:05:45jhMikeSpixelma: it just "restarts" playback (which now just clears the handles, renints the buffer and resumes)
22:08:22pixelmathere's no MoB on hwcodec so if that is needed to do it this way...
22:09:07 Quit thomasjfox (Remote host closed the connection)
22:16:22 Quit ender` (Quit: Perfection is reached, not when there is no longer anything to add, but when there is no longer anything to take away. -- Antoine de Saint-Exupery)
22:17:32jhMikeSparsing a cuesheet in audio_current_track is quite bizarre (took it out of swcodec)
22:19:54 Join Luca_S [0] (
22:29:11 Join Keripo [0] (
22:32:50 Quit Topy (Ping timeout: 250 seconds)
22:32:50 Join lovasoa [0] (~lovasoa@2a01:e35:8a2e:8080:226:bbff:fe15:33b0)
22:34:16lovasoaI just posted a new patch, and, as advised on flyspray, I come on IRC to discuss about it and increase its chances to be accepted
22:34:52lovasoaThis is a small corrective patch for ipod accessory protocol :
22:35:24 Quit Keripo (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
22:37:22lovasoa (%_%)
22:37:30lovasoa |
22:37:30 Join Strife89 [0] (~Strife89@
22:38:44 Join wodz [0] (
22:40:35wodzWhen I add defines to include code commented as "Use the generic ARMv4/v5/v6 wait for IRQ" rockchip crashes with undefined instruction.
22:41:28 Quit TheLemonMan (Quit: Destructor called)
22:41:55 Join Keripo [0] (
22:42:17wodzso this is not so generic as arm7ej-s IS ARMv5 core
22:46:17jhMikeSthe "generic" WFI is an ARM coprocessor thing
22:47:35wodzCONFIG_CPU == AS3525 suggests that this is used also on single cores
22:47:54jhMikeSportal player doesn't have the coprocessor and mcr/mrc don't work
22:48:27jhMikeSthat's not the same a multiple arm cpu cores
22:48:42wodzahh, ok - I am still new to arm
22:49:03jhMikeSmaybe it doesn't use mcr or mrc for anything?
22:49:46wodzok what this function is supposed to do?
22:55:53jhMikeSwhich function? core_sleep stops the core clock and it starts execution again when an interrupt is asserted
22:57:57 Join Buschel [0] (
23:00:41 Part denisesball ("Ex-Chat")
23:04:02 Quit Torne (Quit: need a new session, brb)
23:04:23 Join Torne [0] (~torne@rockbox/developer/Torne)
23:07:19 Quit benedikt93 (Quit: Welcome to the Internet, where the men are men, the women are men and the children are agents of the FBI)
23:07:33CIA-87New commit by Buschel (r29794): Remove unneeded update of ci->id3->frequency in aac and raac codec.
23:11:09CIA-87r29794 build result: All green
23:11:34 Quit Luca_S (Quit: CGI:IRC (EOF))
23:15:00 Quit ChickeNES (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
23:15:17 Join Topy44 [0] (
23:15:27 Join ChickeNES [0] (~ChickeNES@
23:23:31 Join dantje_ [0] (
23:28:37 Join mudd1 [0] (~cmertes@
23:29:49 Quit dantje_ (Quit: Ex-Chat)
23:35:40 Join Judas_PhD [0] (
23:36:42 Quit Buschel (Ping timeout: 240 seconds)
23:42:46 Quit Keripo (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
23:43:59 Nick bluefoxx_ is now known as bluefoxx (
23:45:01 Join japc [0] (~japc@
23:45:44 Part domonoky
23:50:27lovasoasomeone to review my new patch ( ) ?
23:51:02saratogalovasoa: you don't need to keep asking
23:51:36AlexPlovasoa: I love the enthusiasm, but things aren't always immediate around here :)
23:53:20 Quit wodz (Quit: Leaving)
23:57:39***Saving seen data "./dancer.seen"

Previous day | Next day