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#rockbox log for 2011-06-11

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00:59:05*Torne wonders who "Andy" in the committer list is. :)
01:03:14gevaertsjhMikeS: one thing we found during devcon is that bus reset is not a reliable way to differentiate between a host and a charger
01:04:11jhMikeSgevaerts: exactly, that why the other option was added
01:04:33gevaertsWell yes, but it means that it shouldn't be an option
01:04:44pamauryit should be the only behaviour
01:04:45jhMikeSI wasn't in mood to convert everything all at once :)
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01:05:46jhMikeSso I annouced I wished to deprecate the bus-reset method and use the packet method
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01:23:00jhMikeSthe setup packet method is actually simpler all around to implement anyway
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08:03:15reszerveIn the expectation someone will read this sometime - all the gigabeat S daily builds since 5 June are still 5 June.
08:04:29reszerveThe zip files are the correct date, but the contents stuck on 5 June. What is the correct way to flag this? Here?
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08:18:04saratogalooks like the build system isn't copying new builds to the website
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09:49:10realoddhello again
09:49:33realoddi'm back to ask about the midi features
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10:38:11AlexPBagder, Zagor - It seems new current builds aren't making it onto the website - all builds are still r29969-110605
10:39:50n1sdelta table is still stuck at 29969 too, maybe the uploads are failing?
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12:37:01Buschelargh, r29992 wasted about 4h of bug searching...
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12:37:23*Buschel is moving to ubuntu on VirtualBox
12:38:12Buschelabout 2x as fast compared to cygwin on the same machine when it comes to compile time
12:39:09n1sonly 2x?
12:39:19Buschelr29992 does not compile as sim build unter ubuntu
12:39:22Buscheln1s: yes
12:39:52Buschelon my old notebook it is 21min vs. 11min overall (nano2g arm)
12:40:23Buschelmake depend is ~4x faster, pure compilation ~50% faster
12:40:26n1smaybe my fix for debian in r29983 broke ubuntu then?
12:40:54Buschelr29991 compiles, but with hundreds of warnings
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12:41:55Buschelseems like the warnings are all about the fPIC stuff
12:42:23*n1s is willing to bet they changed some default just for fun
12:42:55Buschel1st type of warning 'warning: -fPIC ignored for target (all code is position independent)'
12:43:29Buschel2nd type: 'warning: visibility attribute not supported in this configuration; ignored'
12:43:53n1sare you building a sim for windows or something?
12:44:09n1soh, then i have no idea :)
12:45:36Buschelbtw, building the arm cross compiler only took ~1.5h under ubuntu in virtualbox. with cygwin I remember this was an overnight activity on the same machine
12:45:52Buschelnot sure why it is only 2x for rockbox
12:46:29Torne1.5 hours is still kidna sucky ;)
12:46:40n1syou can override the fPIC switch in configure simcc() if you care about it
12:46:42Torneat devcon i found my workstation can do it in about six minutes ;)
12:46:47Buschelit is an old machine :)
12:46:52Tornemaybe less
12:46:57Torneit built all four toolchains in 17 mins
12:47:00*n1s remembers building the coldfire crosscompiler in cygwin on his netbook :)
12:47:15TorneWell, ok, that wasn't just my workstation actually
12:47:20Tornethat was using -j100 and a cluster
12:47:23n1si don't remember how long it took though
12:47:40Tornei did build rockbox locally though, takes about 40 seconds ;)
12:47:42Buschelif I get eveything installed properly on my old notebook I might install this on my new one as well. this should be way faster :)
12:47:55Tornewith -j16
12:48:03Torne(my work pc has 16 cores)
12:48:25Torneunfortunately i could't cluster build rockbox as the cluster doesn't have copies of our crosscompilers ;)
12:48:35Buschelwith -j8 it takes ~8min (cygwin under win7 though)
12:48:52Tornei dunno that rockbox is big enough to be noticably faster with -j higher than 16
12:49:10Tornemore than a hundred or so doesn't help on the cluster either as your local machine becomes the bottleneck :)
12:50:07Buschelcool, the win-simulator built under ubuntu works on XP :)
12:50:10Buschelgoo news
12:54:17*Torne ponders just using something obviously invalid for people's emails if they haven't committed in years
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13:07:03amiconnBuschel: Windows host? If so, try VMware - it should work better than virtualbox
13:08:08amiconnOn a linux host it's the opposite, unless you go with an old(ish) kernel for the host. Getting the vmware kernel modules to build for a recent kernel can be a pita
13:08:16Buschelamiconn: yes, windows host. Is VMWare really better? I was searching for comparisons and VirtualBox was often winning over VMWare −− especially regarding performance
13:08:51amiconnIn my experience it is, especially if you also need usb
13:09:46amiconnThere are configurations where even vmware usb won't work though, e.g. it doesn't seem to like usb 3.0 host controllers yet
13:10:48Buscheldid you use VirtualBox as well?
13:11:04amiconnYes, although not on my box, and not for building rockbox
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13:11:44amiconnI got it to hog the host cpu more than once, by just trying to pass through usb devices
13:12:30Buschelso, you do not have any comparison of compile times...
13:12:37amiconnVM frozen, host almost unusable. Even bringing up task manager to kill virtualbox took a while - on a box with 4GB RAM
13:14:50BuschelI had no real issues so far. VirtualBox is running quite smooth and the XP host did not hang up, block or lag
13:14:50amiconnWell, you can try. Nothing stops you from running more than one app-type hypervisor on the same host. You may or may not be able to run them at the same time though if your cpu has vt or amd-v support though - that depends on the hypervisor's behaviour
13:15:53amiconnAnd cloning & converting a linux vm should be easier than an xp vm
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13:20:00Buschelmaybe I'll just install VMPlayer and make a testrun with the debian image from our site
13:20:12Buscheljust to compare the compile performance
13:20:59*mshathlonxp just got noname iPod FM transmitter with remote control and remote control works like everything in "ipod accesories" page - some controls works, some don't
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13:21:13mshathlonxpwhy it is like that?
13:21:27mshathlonxpnobody wants to make that happen?
13:21:48bertrikthere are not that many active developers with ipod accessories
13:22:28mshathlonxpis it that really hard?
13:22:33*mshathlonxp looks at the remote
13:22:40mshathlonxparound 5 buttons doesn't work
13:22:51bertrikno, but you can't safely commit stuff if you can't test it yourself
13:22:53amiconnIt needs someone who has both the skills *and* the hardware
13:23:39*mshathlonxp unfortunately has only hardware but no programming skills at all
13:23:42bertrikand anything related to button mappings is controversial by default :)
13:25:09bertrikbecause it seems everyone has their own idea about it and considers it superior to other people's opinions :)
13:25:24bertrikdoes the remote have controls that are not on the ipod itself?
13:25:46mshathlonxpnot mine
13:25:52mshathlonxpok, power button isn't present on ipod :)
13:26:36mshathlonxpotherwise the ones not working are enter, up, down, menu and back forward not working in menus
13:26:56mshathlonxpI guess the same goes for other accesories
13:27:45bertrikIf you can get those to work just like the ordinary buttons and post a patch, I think it'll get accepted into SVN (or git) quite easily
13:28:11mshathlonxpunfortunately, as I said, I don't have any programming skills :(
13:28:25*mshathlonxp is laughing
13:28:36mshathlonxpI guess I can't even add my transmitter to ipod accesories page
13:28:41mshathlonxpbecause it's noname
13:30:21bertrikIAP support is quite primitive now, and could get a lot better with e.g. more debug info about an accessory
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13:31:02bertrikPart of the IAP protocol is that accessories identify themselves and tell the ipod their capabilities
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14:46:22Buschelamiconn: Debian under VMPlayer is a faster (8min compile time) compared to Ubuntu under VirtualBox (10min)
14:46:38Buschel<- pure compile time
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16:22:07pamauryhum, the external sd card on fuze+ seems to respond but not the internal eMMC flash, what am I doing wrong .????
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16:32:53pamauryarg, the explaination might be sd vs mmc
16:34:01pamauryDo we have a device with MMC storage ? (and NOT SD)
16:34:28amiconnThe Ondios
16:34:59amiconnThey don't use the MMC protocol though, but SPI
16:35:42amiconnThe bridge does use the MMC protocol though (actually it can do SD too), but that's something we cannot even monitor, just switch to
16:36:55pamauryI see that our storage system has both sd and mmc, what is the difference there ?
16:38:09TheLemonManhi pamaury
16:38:31kugelpamaury: most MMC specific stuff I've seen is actually about ondio specific
16:38:36pamauryTheLemonMan: hi
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16:40:38TheLemonMani tried your code on my player, the usb part kinda worked as the kernel gives various io errors when plugging in it
16:41:06TheLemonMani guess the boards aren't the same at all or you're using some special tricks
16:41:13pamaurywhich code did you try ?
16:41:40TheLemonManrecovery_loader in your github
16:41:47pamaurythis code is rather old :)
16:41:57pamauryand the usb part is extremely hacky :)
16:42:45pamaurywhat io errors ? I mean, there is no storage code in recovery_loader...
16:42:48pamauryso it's normal
16:44:40TheLemonMandevice descriptor read/64, error -71
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16:45:37pamauryah, strange
16:45:55pamaurythis is not normal :) Do you upload the code via usb ?
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16:46:19TheLemonManyup, i merged the first part of samsung bootloader and your code
16:46:41pamauryhum, perhaps the bootloader changes the usb settings
16:47:07pamaurymy code relies on the usb clocks to be perfectly ok (which is sensible since you upload via usb first)
16:47:17TheLemonMansadly there are no references to the usb registers in both the bootloaders
16:47:36TheLemonMani fear that everything is initialized by the linux kernel
16:47:45pamauryso it means it should work, if you indeed have the same usb controller
16:49:25pamauryyou have a stmp3700 right ?
16:53:16pamaurydo you know if the bootloader changes the PLL ?
16:53:49TheLemonManyep it's a 3700
16:54:25TheLemonMani gave up on bootloader reversing as there were hundreds of unknown writes
16:54:50TheLemonManbut PLLs will be adjusted for sure at bootup
16:55:20pamaurythen it might explain the thing. If the bootloader changes the pll and the usb clock is derived from it, it will probably be wrong
16:57:56pamauryhum, actually I don't know how the usb clock is derived, I need to check that
16:58:37TheLemonMandoesn't the fuze bootloader adjust the clock too ?
16:59:38pamauryI don't remember :)
17:00:21pamaury"the bootloader" has several stages and I'm only using two of them so I don't remember but it's plausible. I believe the usb phy might have it's own pll so the problem is elsewhere
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17:02:08pamaurycan you paste the output of the kernel ?
17:02:15pamaury(the relevant part)
17:02:45TheLemonManthe problem is that usb isnt setup in the bootloader so i cant even take a look :|
17:03:08pamaurynormally you don't need since the usb controller is perfectly documented
17:03:33TheLemonManthe datasheet often doesnt match the disassembly
17:05:07TheLemonManheres the kernel output, it's just the same error repeated all over the log
17:05:07pamaurybut the usb core is not designed by freescale, it is unlikely that it doesn't match. For the rest, I don't know
17:05:21bertrikpamaury, I think at least some of the descriptor tables (CSD) is different between sd and mmc
17:05:59bertrikmany sd and mmc commands seem very similar, but the devil is probably in the details
17:06:27pamauryTheLemonMan: you could do some test: print something everytime INT_USB_CTRL(usb.c) is fired and print status at the same time. See if the usb core works at least
17:06:44TheLemonManheh, the screen doesnt work
17:06:57pamauryah, I forgot that
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17:07:55pamaurywhy do you want usb for ?
17:07:56bertrikOTOH, the linux kernel has basically unified the sd and mmc support IIRC
17:09:30TheLemonManmainly for peek/poke support
17:09:38pamauryTheLemonMan: you said that the code downloaded by BitBurner did work yes ?
17:10:20TheLemonMani guess, many of the registers were zeroes
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17:10:51pamaurydid you try to reverse it ? It must contain some usb code
17:11:41pamauryI can do it if you prefer, see if it matches
17:14:33TheLemonManim having some big problems with ida lately
17:14:53TheLemonManit kept screwing up everything i loaded
17:15:24pamauryok, I'll do it, shouldn't be too long since the code is short
17:15:32pamauryI'll send you the files afterwards
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17:17:30TheLemonMani don't even know how to thank you enough
17:19:14pamauryno worry, I'll be happy if it helps you :)
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17:20:22TheLemonManare you using ida too ?
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17:21:30TheLemonMan5.2 i guess :)
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17:24:27pamauryI'm just thinking about it now; if you have the tools, you might as well use the uart instead of usb for debugging but that requires that you open it and know where are the pins...
17:29:27TheLemonMansadly i have no soldering skills at all
17:30:33TheLemonManonce i tried to take out the lcd off the 3600 board i had and i destroyed both the screen and the flat cable
17:31:40pamauryoh, that's why you don't have the screen ?
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17:32:24TheLemonManthat was the 3600 board from my zvp, now im working on a 3700 :)
17:32:40bertrikmshathlonxp, what ipod do you use with your accessory
17:33:03pamauryah true, 3600 is not 3700, I'm stupid
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17:39:15bertrikAlexP, bluebrother: for the next release, it would be nice to have a new AMSv2 bootloader. For some people the current bootloader doesn't work, while the SVN one does.
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17:59:24pamauryTheLemonMan: I might be wrong but perhaps the pitc code loaded by bitburner references the bltc bootloader rom which is mapped at the top of the address space
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17:59:36pamauryI'll check this theory in a minute on my fuze+
17:59:57TheLemonManyep, that movn 0xb was a clear pointer to the reset area
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18:08:09pamauryhum no, I think that 0xFFFFFFF4 is the address of a kind of api table; the code first read at 0xFFFFFFF4 which gives 0x6xxx on my device, which is in the rom patch area (basically the rom code ram) which probably contains some pointer to interesting functions
18:09:03pamauryit is probably necessary to dump the ROM to understand this code :-/
18:09:56pamaurythe good part is that it seems that this rom code has a way to "install" some usb handler
18:10:08pamauryyou might want to use that facility
18:10:16TheLemonManill reverse all this shit and try to get something out
18:10:28TheLemonManim already facing some unknown fields but meh
18:10:41pamaurythe thing is that you have no way of dumping the rom
18:12:49pamauryI could dump mine to see what those rom function do, this way you could just install some code like pitc and you don't have to rewrite any usb code :)
18:13:13TheLemonManthat would be cool
18:13:26TheLemonManall this stuff reminds me of pc bios, bleh
18:14:17pamaurygive me some more time, I'll go a bit further in the reversing of this code to understand it and then I'll try to dump my rom
18:16:41TheLemonManim reversing this too :)
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18:44:55TheLemonManat 0xA68 looks like theres a SCSI command handler
18:46:22pamauryit seems that it handles several packets but I don't scsi enough to tell. It indeeds looks like scsi (sense, unit ready, ...)
18:47:10pamaurythe code is not super clear without the rom, it seems that the BLTC loader provide a set of function to send/recv data too
18:47:42TheLemonManthere are too much structs passed here and there :)
18:48:08pamauryI have a few ones but they are extremely incomplete
18:49:25AlexPbertrik: As far as tghe release goes it doesn't really matter, as in they are not tied together so if you would like to push out a new bootloader in the next two weeks then that would be great :)
18:51:46pamauryit would a bit weird that it uses some scsi command via HID :-/
18:53:48TheLemonMantheres enough weirdness already in the code, im not surprised anymore heh
18:54:12pamauryok, I'll dump the rom now
19:04:53pamaurydone, let's see :)
19:13:06mshathlonxpbertrik 5G video
19:13:22mshathlonxpdo you think there would be any difference with 1G nano?
19:14:00bertrikmshathlonxp, I don't know, I don't have any ipods myself
19:15:28mshathlonxpwell, the situation basically is as described with ~ all items here
19:16:00mshathlonxpbuttons intended for use in wps works but not buttons intended for navigation outside wps
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19:18:58bertrikhm, indeed it seems that up/down/left/right on the remote has specific button codes associated that identify them as remote buttons, not as general up/down/left/right buttons
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19:19:55mshathlonxpdunno about left right because I don't have such buttons
19:20:47mshathlonxpplay/pause in menus works like select
19:21:05mshathlonxpin main menu
19:21:29mshathlonxpwhen in other menus, it works like play should work
19:23:20TheLemonMansub_2444 is an evil optimized memcpy D: so easy to write and so hard to recognize
19:25:27pamauryTheLemonMan: I have my rom, interested ?
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19:56:09pamauryOk, I'll go back to some fuze+ hacking
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20:03:22tripelbhi - I have a sansa fuze and I put rockbox on it. It is not good. I have music in 3 different places, music I had on it before and music I have never seen (in 2 places). I have 3 copies of the same test pictures (thumbnails) in 3 different places. It looks like an abandoned project. −− This is looking from a computer. When I go to music I cant see my music. It's a mess. −− Any suggestions? (This is a fuze v.1.) Maybe I'd like to go
20:03:22tripelbback to the original? Is that even possible? Suggestions?
20:04:27AlexPYou can uninstall if you want, see the manual
20:04:39AlexPAll the music it is finding, I assume you are using the database?
20:04:44AlexPAll that music is there
20:04:49tripelb"the manual" is the rockbox manual?
20:05:03AlexPYou have copied it over in one USB mode or another, MTP or UMS
20:05:04tripelbhi AlexP thanks
20:05:18AlexPof course, the sansa manual doesn't tell you how to uninstall Rockbox :)
20:05:22tripelbThe music is found by using the file browser on my computer.
20:05:48AlexPRockbox doesn't put on or remove any music
20:05:55AlexPWhatever is on there is down to you
20:05:55tripelbI'm using Ubuntu. MTP. The install instructions were explicit. ^ | ^
20:06:18AlexPThe install instructions explicitly say use UMS
20:06:22AlexPnot MTP
20:06:33tripelbinteresting. I have music in 3 different plance. Music I never heard of. All my music is in one place.
20:06:43AlexPThen it was on there when you bought it
20:06:46tripelbMaybe I have it backwards then.
20:06:47AlexPDelete it, do whatever
20:06:54AlexPNothing to do with us :)
20:07:24tripelbInetersting. I can wonder about the music on my own.
20:07:37AlexPJust copy stuff over wherever you want using MSC/UMS
20:07:51AlexPThen either browse to it using the file browser, or initialise the database and use that
20:08:14tripelbAlexP, I do not have the ability to fast forward through a song or a lecture that I have recorded. Is there any way I can get that capacity, either on the fuze system or the rockbox system. This is what I am looking for.
20:08:31tripelbI can deal with anything else.
20:08:36AlexPBoth Rockbox and the OF let you ffwd songs...
20:09:08AlexPof course
20:09:15AlexPThis is a very basic function of a music player
20:09:23AlexPIn Rockbox just hold left while playing
20:09:25tripelbI'm not dumb. I can do it on an ipod
20:09:28AlexPer, right
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20:09:37tripelbOK I'll try it. Thanks.
20:09:41gevaertsWell, unless you enable party mode
20:09:54AlexPright, check that isn't on
20:10:00AlexPstupid option :)
20:10:06AlexPbut that won't affect the OF
20:10:40tripelbI have no idea what I am looking at in any of the various ways of looking at the screen. There are all kinds of "litttle icons" at the bottom of the screen that are unknown and useless.
20:10:44tripelband tiny
20:11:02tripelbwhat is OF ?
20:11:11AlexPOriginal firmware
20:11:22AlexPYou have writing on the screen
20:11:28AlexPThese are menus
20:11:37AlexPYou press up and down to select the different lines
20:11:43tripelbright, below the menus there are things
20:11:52AlexPIgnore those for now, then read the manual
20:12:07tripelbI'll disconnect the fuze from my computer and I will look at it.
20:12:14AlexPwell yes
20:12:22tripelbOK I'll do that alexp
20:12:25AlexPYou can't use Rockbox when connected to a PC...
20:12:28tripelbI'll know more then.
20:12:36tripelbI'm not trying to.
20:12:54tripelbI'll be back...
20:13:03AlexPno worries
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20:29:12bluebrotheris there a reason doesn't only install the required SDk version?
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22:22:18CIA-58New commit by bluebrother (r29993): Support installing the Android toolchain on Cygwin and OS X. ...
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22:25:08CIA-58r29993 build result: All green
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22:27:57ukleinekI tried to build the simulator and this failed with quite some error: ‘sim_...' undeclared messages. Is this a known issue or am I doing something wrong/unsupported?
22:29:56gevaertsukleinek: which OS are you building on, and which simulator are you building?
22:31:40ukleinekgevaerts: mostly Debian/squeeze
22:32:19ukleinekgevaerts: I selected 200 in configure. Does that answer your question?
22:32:55gevaertsAh, right. Simulators of application builds likely won't work. You probably want the normal build there
22:35:31*ukleinek tries
22:37:57GodEater_gevaerts: we should probably get around to removing simulator as an option from the android build - it doesn't make a lot of sense to me
22:38:13*gevaerts nods
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22:42:15bluebrotherwe should also consider removing the manual as build option −− it doesn't make sense anymore as well (you need to run make manual-pdf anyway)
22:43:04GodEater_well volunteered that man
22:43:21*bluebrother puts yet another thing on his todo list :)
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22:43:41ukleinekgevaerts: works better
22:44:16bluebrotherhmm, now configure for Android works on Cygwin. It doesn't build though.
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22:52:32bluebrotherhmm, Cygwin is really annoying.
22:52:41bluebrotherespecially when interacting with non-cygwin programs
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22:53:08ukleinekhmm, the simulator cannot playback mp3s?
22:53:15bluebrotherit can
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22:53:57ukleinekbluebrother: when I click on an mp3 in the file dialog I get a short view on the playback mode and then get back instantly in the file view
22:54:20ukleinekmaybe I'm missing some libs for mp3 playback?
22:54:44bluebrotherdid you run make install?
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23:03:12*ukleinek tried to register a user for the wiki to fix a typo and got a warning about his browser sending a "suspicious change request". Is that normal?
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23:03:51gevaertsJust tell it you're sure
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23:04:35ukleinekhmm, the wiki doesn't like umlauts in the Wikiname
23:06:57ukleinekah, no, it doesn't like the - in my name
23:07:30ukleineknow it says I should ask here to be added to the WikiUsersGroup.
23:07:46ukleinekmy accountname is UweKleinekoenig
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23:10:18Panasoniclong live the little king
23:11:11*ukleinek just ignores the umteenth person making jokes about his name
23:11:23*gevaerts heads to WikiUsersGroup
23:12:31gevaertsukleinek: if I didn't do anything wrong, you should now be able to edit
23:12:51ukleinekthe root in the player is / not the simdisk folder, right?
23:13:16gevaertsYou mean in non-simulator? yes
23:14:06ukleinekgevaerts: ah, I forgot I didn't run a simulator anymore
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23:27:26ukleinekcan you estimate the effort to get a rk27xx based player up and running?
23:28:11ukleinekhm, the 180 doesn't compile
23:28:47ukleinektries to compile apps/keymaps/keymap-ipod.c, that looks wrong
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23:35:50ukleinekwhy does suggest to still use git-svn?
23:36:09saratogaukleinek: have you seen this:
23:36:45ukleineksaratoga: no, I searched the wiki, but missed that
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