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#rockbox log for 2011-12-10

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00:13:43pamauryFuze+ sd works \o/ It mounts but it still freezes on boot, that's really weird
00:18:52pamauryany idea what could cause that ?
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00:34:23pamauryit's really caused by the mutex_lock x-(
00:35:28jhMikeSare _all_ mutexes initialized before use? things do have non-obvious interdependencies
00:36:23pamauryI know but I really can't see what would be wrong: the problematic mutex is the sd one and the code is the one I pastebin and is the same as other sd drivers
00:37:01pamaurythe imx233 ssp code is well tested because it's used the mmc, and the problem is only at boot time
00:37:57n1ssame code run twice or something weird?
00:39:19pamauryhum, interesting remark, let me check something :)
00:39:59pamauryfuck**** me, you were right, the detect callback was triggered twice
00:41:30pamauryno it doesn't freeze but doesn't mount on boot :D
00:45:16pamauryhum it's not that simple, arggg this is tricky
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00:50:04jhMikeSsome too-early interrupt maybe?
00:52:48pamaurywhy would it be with sd and not with mmc then ?
00:55:51pamaurythat mutex thing is really bothering me...
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01:03:56jhMikeSI wonder if everything is sill ok in fat.c with the addition of tempbuf_mutex
01:08:24pamauryis it recent ?
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01:10:00jhMikeSit was added when TheSeven moved buffers off the stack, if you could consider it recent. I'm not seeing anything obvious in that pastebin.
01:10:57*TheSeven recently observed an attempt to allocate that buffer twice
01:11:24TheSevenseemed like some race condition between the main thread and the usb thread was the cause (it happened during boot)
01:11:39TheSevenmight well be ipod classic-specific though (it uses that buffer in one more place)
01:11:55TheSevenanyway, that would end up in a panic
01:12:13pamauryyeah, that's not the case here
01:13:06jhMikeSmaybe kernel/thread sanity checks would catch something?
01:13:06pamauryanyway I'm going to bed, I can't think anymore
01:13:27pamauryI do I enable that ?
01:13:58jhMikeSin kernel.c and thread.c there are some defines at the top, to define to 1 to add extra checks for things
01:14:11pamauryok, I'll try that tomorrow
01:14:59TheSevenbtw, if anyone might ever need that, I have written a tool that does pretty deep sanity checks on a memory dump of a TLSF heap
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01:15:25TheSevenI needed it to catch an emCORE bug, but it might be useful if we should ever run into trouble with codecs which are using TLSF
01:15:33pamauryTLSF ?
01:15:50TheSeventhe two level segregate fit allocator used by emCORE and some codecs
01:16:22pamauryah ok
01:17:02TheSevenit thorougly checks all the linked lists and block maps/flags/sizes/whatever
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02:06:25funman(reset)vectors is the only section we'd need to KEEP to use ld −−gc-sections together with gcc -ffunction-sections ?
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02:14:49nick-pCould somebody delete FS #12438 for me? It's an incorrect duplicate of FS #12439
02:14:50fs-bluebot "rec path" incorrectly listed as "rec directory" in Config file options section (bugs, unconfirmed)
02:14:50fs-bluebot "rec path" incorrectly listed as "rec directory" in Config file options section (bugs, unconfirmed)
02:16:06jhMikeSI can close it, not delete it
02:16:28nick-pThanks, that'd do
02:16:59nick-pI was too late pressing escape :(
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02:42:41rishoso "sudo python2 bootstrap-ipodclassic-*.dfu" is outputting "import usb.core ImportError: No module named core" what did i do wrong?
02:42:54rishofor the ipod classic 120 gig
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02:55:43rishowell I've updated my pyusb to the latest alpha and now it's giving me
03:01:01funmantry python 3 maybe?
03:03:14risho says to make sure you're using python 2
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04:16:31nick-prisho: Maybe you need to install the python-usb package? (assuming Debian based)
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08:10:01mc2739Any Forum Admin: Mike682 is a forum spammer that needs banning - thanks
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09:40:22GodEateranyone know where the "shutdown in main menu" patch that people used to use in older Android builds has gone?
09:40:39GodEaterit seems it was never on flyspray, but rather was hosted on dropbox somewhere, and has now been deleted.
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09:41:00n1sGodEater: i think you just have to remove an #ifdef
09:41:17n1sas it's there for some target already
09:41:45GodEaterah right
09:41:50GodEaterwill have a hunt
09:42:45GodEaterI want a build with it in for the GN, which since it has no hardware buttons, I don't want to be stuck with no way to exit it at all in case it hides the soft buttons
09:42:57n1sdelete lines root_menu.c:468 and 481 and i think it'll work
09:43:57n1sand patch features.txt so you have soft_shutdown
09:44:28n1sline 157
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09:49:15*GodEater crosses his fingers
09:51:33n1shmm, shutdown was added to the shortcuts thingy but it seems the lang string isn't used there...
09:53:03GodEateroh well - the good news is that the soft buttons are still visisble
09:53:15GodEaterdon't see a shutdown entry though
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09:54:23n1sah, missed a place, also delete lines 497 and 499 in root_menu.c to actually add the menu item to the menu :)
09:54:39GodEaterthe writing is *tiny*
09:57:32GodEaterstill no shutdown ;)
09:58:16GodEaterwhere the bloody hell has the theme settings menu gone too?
10:01:57n1sif i do those changes i get a shut down entry in the main menu
10:02:05n1ssecond last
10:02:24n1stheme settings is under settings
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10:02:49*n1s wonders if GodEater is doing something strange :)
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10:04:18GodEaterSettings menu here has : Sound, Playback, General, Line Selector, Time & Date, Manage
10:04:21GodEaterno themes
10:06:44n1syeah something is weird, when i have the above mentioned changes, i have theme settings under settings but if i revert them, it's gone O_o
10:07:52n1sseems the lang is messed up, i have "Line selector colours" instead but it still leads to the theme settings menu
10:09:42n1smake clean seems to fix it
10:10:35GodEaterwell, seems I don't need it anyway
10:10:41GodEaterthe softbuttons don't get hidden
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10:10:46GodEaterI definitely need a bigger bloody font though
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10:17:16GodEaterthis build doens't put much in /sdcard/rockbox at all
10:22:06GodEaterright - font sorted.
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11:18:30*bertrik fails at creating an ARM abort...
11:21:09bertrikI thought dereferencing an int at an unaligned address would do it
11:23:05amiconnDepends on the arm version, and whether the option (if it exists as an option) is enabled
11:24:15amiconnIf not, dereferencing an int at an unaligned address doesn't abort. It does something defined by the architecture, but probably not what you'd expect
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11:25:20bertrikyes, the problem is I don't know how it can be forced exactly, I would have figured it to be easier though :)
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11:25:45bertrikI'll try to reference an address "with nothing behind it"
11:28:32bertrikmeh, no luck, this is getting silly .. :)
11:30:45JdGordoncant you just call the abort handler manually? :)
11:32:43*bertrik looks for it
11:35:43bertrikJdGordon, no, I am trying to do this from a plugin
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11:42:00n1stry to execute an illegal instr?
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11:49:10amiconnOr try calling an unaligned address? (not (addr % 4) == 1 though, as that's "switch to thumb)
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11:59:19bertrikjumping to 0xD00DD00D now gives me an abort reliably
12:02:01amiconnSomething like add pc, pc, #2 should also work
12:09:13pamaurythere is something really strange with the fuze+ sd init code: if I delay the init with sleep(HZ) then it boots, so it looks like something is not ready
12:14:55bertrikpamaury, or maybe it's related to the task switch that is forced by a sleep
12:15:06bertrikhave you fixed the mutex problem yet?
12:15:19pamaurythe problem is the mutex
12:16:36pamauryappart from that the code works, the sd mounts properly except rockbox boots with the sd inserted, then it locks up
12:16:41bertrikI can now reboot reliably, apparently the watchdog can't reboot the system when the ROM clock is off.
12:26:33pamauryarg, the debug build does not link !
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12:28:01CIA-10New commit by bertrik (r31196): AMS(v2): fix system_reboot by re-enabling the internal ROM clock just before rebooting
12:30:04CIA-10r31196 build result: All green
12:33:31pamauryis there any platform which actually defines H_TO_BE32 ? I know of htobe32 but not this variant
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12:34:40pamauryjhMikeS: even with debug enable, rockbox doesn't boot so the code probably doesn't do something too strange with the kernel structures
12:36:24pamauryjhMikeS: can the code check for a deadlock ?
12:46:16pamauryok I've solved my problem, I just make sure to use the timeout_ functions for detection on boot; I don't know what is the real problem :(
12:47:35pamaurynow usb storage doesn't work x-(
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12:57:17CIA-10New commit by bertrik (r31197): FS #12437 - Updated Croatian translation by Ante Maretic
12:59:14CIA-10r31197 build result: 0 errors, 100 warnings (bertrik committed)
13:03:56pamaurythis is a nightmare, when I need to backtrace, it doesn't work on the fuze+
13:05:20CIA-10New commit by bertrik (r31198): Quick-fix for r31197
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13:07:21CIA-10r31198 build result: All green
13:10:31CIA-10New commit by bertrik (r31199): FS #12434 - Serbian translation update by Ivan Pesic
13:11:42pamauryhehe, backtrace doesn't work well with gotos :)
13:12:16CIA-10r31199 build result: All green
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14:00:19gbl08maHi. Is there any reason for not having FS #12394 commited (while more recent translation patches have already been committed)?
14:00:20fs-bluebot Update of the European Portuguese language (patches, unconfirmed)
14:02:05gbl08maI just did a new translation today because I thought more features could have been added, but it looks like it's the same as the first patch I added in that FS
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14:07:32bertrikgbl08ma, I don't see a problem, I can commit that in a few minutes I think
14:08:22gbl08mathe translation I did a while ago didn't get committed either, I think someone complained that the archos string for the DB building state was too big
14:08:44gbl08maI told that person to commit everything except that part, and nobody did
14:09:18gbl08maso, the pt-PT translation is already much outdated (14 strings missing)
14:09:43bertrikbut the patch in FS #12394 is now reasonably complete, right?
14:09:44fs-bluebot Update of the European Portuguese language (patches, unconfirmed)
14:10:30gbl08mayes, I translated evrything
14:11:06gbl08mait's a bit of a shame it wasn't committed before 3.10, but anyways, it'll go next release
14:11:42gbl08maI was getting worried about the state of the translation since not even the "Shortcuts" entry in the main menu was updated
14:12:06CIA-10New commit by bertrik (r31200): FS #12394 - Update of the European Portuguese language by Gabriel Maia
14:12:26gbl08maby the way, how do you remove shortcuts through the GUI (i.e. not editing the shortcuts text file)
14:13:03gevaertsbertrik: IIRC there's also still a Spanish update on the tracker
14:13:41CIA-10r31200 build result: All green
14:16:45bertrikgevaerts, I can take care of that. Can you take care of backporting them to the point-release once it's in?
14:16:58gevaertsI'll have a go at it, yes
14:17:11bertrikcool, I'll do spanish now
14:22:03CIA-10New commit by bertrik (r31201): FS #12373 - Patch for Spanish translation by Francisco Vila
14:23:42CIA-10r31201 build result: All green
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15:00:42lebelliumhey kugel : I was busy the last 2 days so I probably missed some points but with the build Lorenzo gave me on Thursday night, there is sometimes an annoying noise at the start of a song and plugins make my device crash.
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15:08:07kugelplebellium: not sure about the noise. the plugins need to recompiled. my patch breaks abi with earlier builds
15:12:14lebelliumok for the plugins. You don't experience this noise?
15:13:52TheLemonManpamaury: gonna work on the zen style too ?
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15:24:32Buschelgevaerts: the tap-file you've uploaded also sounds like a broken modem ;)
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15:25:42gevaertsI haven't actually tried it with the patch yet
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15:28:01lebelliumpamaury: "Furthermore, at least one player released by Samsung (Samsung YP-Q3 ?) uses a STMP3770 and provides the Linux code for it on demand. " > see my Samsung hardware list here
15:33:43tholinis there any way to get back debug data when a codec hangs?
15:33:55tholinwithout jtag or special hardware
15:34:24[7]tholin: not out of the box
15:34:38[7]unless it happens in a simulator as well
15:35:07gevaertsBuschel: I just tried on a sim. I'm not sure now... It doesn't sound *that* wrong
15:37:49gevaertsIf only hooking up the actual spectrum weren't so much work...
15:39:56gevaertshm, yes. Clearly wrong if compared side by side
15:40:03Buschelgevaerts: i'll try to downlad another player for this tonight. now I go shopping with my son :)
15:41:27gevaertsBuschel: ok. I just added a flac version for easy comparison
15:44:43gevaertsbertrik: is that a segmentation fault? It looks more like the "normal" SIGUSR1 thing
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15:47:30gevaertskugelp: FS #12441 seems to be buflib-related
15:47:31fs-bluebot Sansa Clip+: a segmentation fault occurs with sim at r31101 (bugs, unconfirmed)
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16:45:54pkugHi there, what's the current status of USB audio driver ?
16:46:59n1sdon't think it's been touched for months
16:48:31pkugAnybody managed to get it working ?
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16:51:49n1sit was pamaury who worked on it so he probably knows best but i think it worked on some target at least
17:00:26pamaurylast time I tried it was working, but I only implemented the driver for the ARC controller
17:00:56pamauryso it's limited to a few devices: e200, fuze+ for example, I only tested the e200 tough and it was a long time ago
17:01:56pkugcool, will try on e200 in a couple of minutes
17:03:14pamaurybut I don't know if it still compiles with current svn
17:03:43pkugoh, it's not in the current development build ?
17:04:23n1sno, this one, right ?
17:13:06n1syes, see the link to the gihub repo in the second comment there
17:14:24TheLemonMan<TheLemonMan> pamaury: gonna work on the zen style too ?
17:16:53pamauryTheLemonMan: yes probably
17:18:14TheLemonMansweet, are you gonna base it on imx23 ?
17:19:56pamauryif possible
17:23:42TheLemonManoh well, as soon as you start i'll give an hand and possibly merge my code for the q2 too
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17:32:14pamaurythere is low_light which will work on a stmp3770 target too
17:34:34TheLemonManwonderful, ill be happy to start working asap on it :)
17:35:08pamauryI would like to finish the fuze+ also but I can do both in parallel
17:35:39TheLemonManoh don't worry, take your time
17:35:43jlbiasinioh non! :) anyway any news from the bootloader?
17:36:11TheLemonMananyway i think that most of the imx23 stuff can be reused with minimal effort
17:36:49TheLemonManiirc namely a couple of registers had different addresses
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17:40:59pamauryno, I don't know who to contact. Can we do a bootloader release for the fuze+ ?
17:42:34pamaurybut I have the sd card working, except at boot time for some unknown reason
17:43:04jlbiasiniBluebrother sujest I could "override" the downloading process to send a file from local in order to develop rbutil without having to wait... But I don't know how to do that??
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17:44:02jlbiasiniyes I red that and I thought that you pehraps will have to change the bootloader because of it.... ;)
17:45:46jlbiasinibluebrother: if you read me, could you explain this? or point me to some documentation?
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17:50:49pamauryI guess he was referring to some method overriding
17:52:30jlbiasiniyou mean in the code?
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17:54:04pkugpamaury: Sorry to bother but I'm trying to build your pamaury-rockbox-5476144 from GitHub and it fails with error:, i'm using standart build procedure.. could it be because my arm-elf-gcc is 4.4.4 ?
17:54:10jlbiasiniI didn't see anything like that. Well I will look closer then
17:54:31pamauryyou need to enable logf in configure (that explains the _logf)
17:55:02pamauryand for remove_thread I don't know, I would have thought it was defined, wait a minute
17:55:36pamauryok, enabling logf will do the trick: when configuring select Advanced build and then logf
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18:04:56pkugthanks! passed that one.. went smoothly for some time and i got another one: Any idea ? maybe I can just disable this ?
18:07:26jlbiasinipamaury: anyway congratulation for the SD! \o/
18:08:48pamaurypkug: just build the main binary (make bin)
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18:13:04thomasjfoxChannel topic: "3.10 release in progress"
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18:13:52gevaertsthomasjfox: where? I don't see that! ;)
18:14:43thomasjfoxI think we can keep the ten years happy birthday note ;)
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18:16:02gevaertsAll right then
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18:22:16webguest27Hello, I hope someone can help me with a short answer. I have a Sansa Clip+ with RockBox 3.10 installed. Is there a way to redirect the input from the microphone to the headphones while playback?
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18:29:03kkitwebguest27, no
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18:31:11webguest27ok, thank you kkit, would have been a nice feature to here someone other speaking
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18:40:13pkugpamaury: stuff is working! really made my day, thanks:)
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19:34:11CIA-10New commit by thomasjfox (r31202): Prepare new, unofficial maemo build
19:36:04CIA-10r31202 build result: All green
19:38:30CIA-10New commit by thomasjfox (r31203): Silence gcc warning ...
19:40:08CIA-10r31203 build result: All green
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20:03:48thomasjfoxhmm: apps/debug_menu.c:312: error: ‘for’ loop initial declaration used outside C99 mode
20:04:18thomasjfoxWith "#define FOR_NB_SCREENS(i) for(int i = 0; i < NB_SCREENS; i++)" in screen_access.h
20:04:50thomasjfoxLater on:
20:04:59thomasjfoxapps/debug_menu.c:412: error: redefinition of ‘i’
20:06:56thomasjfoxIntroduced by r30756 from zagor
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20:17:23gevaertsthomasjfox: isn't using today's trunk for an unofficial "3.10" a bit misleading?
20:17:36thomasjfoxgevaerts: I'm not using today's trunk
20:17:55thomasjfoxI'm using 3.10 as base
20:18:16thomasjfox(even specified the exact SVN revision)
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20:19:05gevaertsright. I was confused by your change to the debian files in trunk then
20:19:09thomasjfoxEven diffed my build tree against the official 3.10 tarball to make sure no unwanted changes are in there
20:19:30thomasjfoxYeah, maybe I can move my "maemo-port" branch to the official git server once we switch to git
20:19:38thomasjfoxThat would make things even more visible
20:20:05gevaertsYes, that would have helped
20:20:31gevaertsOh well, as long as it
20:20:39gevaerts's just me being confused, there's no problem :)
20:23:53CIA-10New commit by thomasjfox (r31204): Pandora port: Fix borked compile flags
20:24:31thomasjfoxactually zagor's commit mentioned previously uncovered broken compile flags on the pandora port
20:25:23CIA-10New commit by thomasjfox (r31205): Prepare new, unofficial pandora build
20:25:29CIA-10r31204 build result: All green
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21:10:22Buscheljlbiasini: do you have stable target availabel to test the 5.1 flacs?
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21:18:55jlbiasinithat's the probelm
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21:23:37jlbiasiniBuschel: Pehraps I could upload a file somewere for short time?
21:24:04BuschelI found two test files on the web which work fine
21:24:39Buschelone of them even clearly demonstrates that the left/right channels are decoded well
21:24:57jlbiasinihow long are they? Mine are skipped after 1 min to 1:30 min
21:25:45Buschelthe largest file play 1min
21:27:27jlbiasiniwell I will test it on my device: at least if it get skipped we will know whose wrong!
21:30:32BuschelI am right now downloading a 5min file
21:30:57jlbiasinithis one play ok
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21:31:28Buschelwill check this one now ->
21:31:52Buschel(as soon as it is downloaded)
21:31:59jlbiasiniallthrough it would be better to have the channel mixed but I guess a portable player isn't powerfull enough to do that
21:32:27Buschelit is powerful enough
21:32:28jlbiasinii ask me for identification
21:32:29jhMikeSthread-XXX.c doesn't need gcc-extensions.h if thread.c includes it first
21:33:09Buscheljlbiasini: see the comment on
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21:34:51jlbiasiniWow this exactly what we need!
21:35:43jlbiasiniso stone rose?
21:36:14jlbiasiniactually this is exactly what i have: 5.1 24/96
21:36:27Buschelyes, play fine here. let's see whether it survives the full duration
21:37:34pamaurylebellium: if you want to update your list, the stmp3770 has an internal audio codec
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21:40:04Buscheljlbiasini: it does not play back the full file
21:40:43jlbiasiniget skip also?
21:41:37Buschelyes, even in the sim. but it is not connected to a time position
21:42:28jlbiasiniyes this is what I also notice... so no probably no file corruption here and I tested several files also
21:42:39jlbiasiniand normal flac do not end this way...
21:44:26Buschelnow it played fine, strange...
21:45:06jlbiasinithe entire file?
21:45:31BuschelI seeked to 1min and let it run from there
21:45:55jlbiasiniah yes I tested that alos and it do works here to
21:46:22Buschelin the test runs before it skipped somewehere between 3-4 min runtime, w/ and w/o seek
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21:46:59jlbiasiniI don't think i'll make it to download those files anyway you already get the same result as I did with my files...
21:48:00CIA-10New commit by jethead71 (r31206): thread.c includes gcc_extensions.h and thread-XXX.c files are includes inside thread.c therefore do not require their own.
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21:56:36fmlWhy does the sleep timer menu on non-rtc targets work differently than it works on rtc targets? On non-rtc, the entries are in decreasing order (with OFF as the last entry) while on rtc they are in increasing order (with OFF as the first entry)
21:58:16fmlIt seems to be the same code, but it works differently!
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22:23:42desowin_Torne: could you please add me to the commiters group on gerrit?
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22:38:06Buscheljlbiasini: I read your comment
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22:47:25saratogaBuschel: nice catch
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22:51:10jlbiasiniI just tested it
22:51:17jlbiasiniit works
22:51:39jlbiasiniI also try normal flac to check if it doesn't break them
22:51:49jlbiasinieverything seems ok
22:52:14jlbiasiniI guess you can close/commit now
22:52:48jlbiasinianyway would it be possible to have the channel mixed rather than just take the front left and right
22:53:38jlbiasiniThis is what does player on my computer when they play those files and doesn't have enough channel
22:54:08jlbiasinibut perhaps no target can handle that?
22:54:23jlbiasinielse nice job indeed!
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23:12:40saratogamixing is possible, some other codecs do it
23:13:08saratogaalthough for flac i'd probably downmix on PC first since the files are going to be huge otherwise
23:14:11saratogafor lossy codecs its not such a big deal since the files are so much smaller
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23:28:18CIA-10New commit by buschel (r31207): Fix decoding of multichannel flac, refactor sample buffer handling and decorrelation (taken from ffmpeg sources) and add some flac details to the ...
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23:29:14jlbiasinisagarota: well this would mean mixing 2x3 channel simultanuously. If this is possible this should be the way to deal with it, I suppose... But why bother for such big files anyway?
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23:36:33saratogayeah but flac is really fast, so its probably not a huge deal to decode and mix all those channels
23:37:07Buschelare there standardized mixing routines defined?
23:37:15Buschelmaybe in the a52 code?
23:38:34saratogaa52 has one
23:38:39saratogacould move it to the codec lib if you want
23:38:52saratogaor just copy and paste, i think its quite small
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