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#rockbox log for 2011-12-15

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00:22:09lovasoaI added -lgcc to LDOPTS. It seems to (magically) work...
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00:22:44saratogasent an email to the list about HWCODEC, am expecting to take some heat for it :)
00:22:54funmanbluebrother^: want me to look at mkamsboot on osx?
00:22:56SteamSoundAlI have a noob question concerning Rockbox. It runs with sansa fuze but can it be put in sansa fuze plus? (because this sloow menu is killing ppl and Im scared to buy it) In addition I want to put 40GB of music into it, which can slooow more it(am I wrong?) thanks
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00:23:35saratogaSteamSoundAl: yes, check the front page
00:23:45SteamSoundAlthank U:)
00:24:07SteamSoundAland what about speed with 40gb of music on card?will it be much slower?
00:25:23SteamSoundAlthank U again:) I'm noob so:) I just want to be sure to buy cheaper player than iphone 4s and have fun with music:P anyway goodB GoodNight here in POland.
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01:14:38CIA-1New commit by jethead71 (r31263): Simplify and neaten-up usb.c a bit. USB_INSERTED and USB_EXTRACTED are always used as events to indicate cable state. USB_HOSTED is posted to ...
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01:17:19CIA-1r31263 build result: All green
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04:30:05CIA-1New commit by jethead71 (r31264): Commit the ascodec-as3525.c/ascodec-target.h changes from FS #12452 that keep ascodec_read/write_pmu from keeping interrupts disabled for the full ...
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04:48:57funmando we have git commit log guidelines?
04:49:18funmanjhMikeS: usually in git, very long lines are frowned upon, and email style (72 columns) is used
04:49:41funmanyour last commit makes me have to scroll a lot to read the full commit message :/
05:00:36jhMikeSUsually I commit with -m, not the editor
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05:01:45funmani don't remember if it's possible to use \n with -m
05:02:47jhMikeSIt is possible to use escapes, so perhaps.
05:03:14jhMikeSso, git has a frown function too? :)
05:04:18funmannot yet :)
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05:05:39jhMikeSshould there be another "rule" analagous to #34? "If you can think of it, git does it. If git doesn't do it, you're obligated to make it do it."?
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05:06:28kkitjhMikeS, so git is the new emacs?
05:06:59jhMikeSit must be made to be that, yes :)
05:09:02funmanjhMikeS: the commit log 'rule' is there so patches can be sent to mailing lists as is
05:10:13jhMikeSI must admit it's the first time anyone objected on any basis to unwrapped messages.
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05:13:56jhMikeSsince when do I have to do what Torvalds says? well, for courtesy it is fine. I wasn't aware of the issue between SVN and git yet.
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05:15:36funmanjhMikeS: the guy wrote git!
05:16:14jhMikeSI know!
05:16:15funmanand it's not a limitation but a convention
05:16:47funmanwhich git nicely uses anyway
05:17:03funman1 line description makes up nice git shortlog output
05:17:52funmanand (possibly by default which could be changed) git log doesn't wrap lines
05:17:54jhMikeSI like to say what's going on. Often one line isn't adequate for that.
05:18:11funman1 line description, 1 blank line, and then the details
05:18:19jhMikeSmakes sense
05:18:26funmansee bluebrother^ commits for example
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05:18:55funmanand i'm all for verbose logs too
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05:33:38JdGordonanyone getting really bad flac decoding suddenly?
05:35:26jhMikeSthe flacs I have in reach atm seem ok
05:36:00JdGordonI'm rebuilding with latest svn.. hopefully the fix there is what im experienceing
05:37:08JdGordonyeah, seems to be fixed i tihnk :)
05:38:03jhMikeSmy flac codec is recently built, about 1 1/2 hrs ago
05:38:23JdGordonr31252 is probably what was the issue
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07:38:30CIA-1New commit by funman (r31265): usb-s3c6400: fix error introduced r31222 ...
07:39:34funmanbugs hidden in the commit where i had the most confidence of not breaking things..
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07:45:03H140hi. is there a way to get to replay gain type quickly, i.e. is it possible to place "replay gain type" as a quick screen setting ?, It's tedious to have to dive into settengs and submenus for this setting which I frequently change from "album" to "track"
07:45:07funmanTheSeven: everything is ok now! (famous last words i know)
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08:01:45H140aha, you clever folk, it is possible to customise the quickscreen with replay gain settings, well done and thank you.
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08:52:26funmani would like to change SOURCES into makefiles
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09:02:39funman : first try at creating Makefile suitable featuers
09:03:35funmanSOURCES would be included by Makefile and be like: ifneq ($(LCD_COLOR),) /* list files to be built */ endif
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09:04:26funmanvarious SOURCES only use a small subset of defines, we could have a list of those
09:05:33kugelpthey have everything from config.h
09:05:52kugelpso there is a list :-)
09:06:40funmanwell what i mean is that config.h is way too big
09:06:50funmandefine RTC_DS1339_DS3231=7
09:07:05funmanand defines like those are probably not needed to control which files need to be built
09:07:35funmanyet each time you type "make" the preprocessor is run dozens of times on a bunch of files
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09:46:34topikfunman: thanks for your recent work on usb for amsv2.
09:47:05topikusb seems to work well for me on my clip zip, but only since i put in a microsd card. before it wouldn't show in windows.
09:50:07nick-pH140: Long select on Replaygain Type
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10:00:01JdGordonhow do we get people to care enough to reply to the mailing list?
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10:18:34jlbiasiniJdGordon: Bushel released new code on the flac decoder yesteday evening see FS #12443 and FS #12371. Those are suppose to fix an issue on SOME flac file reported by misanthropos.
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11:28:42JdGordonkugel: you've got a bunch of open patches which are in svn already... can you close them out?
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12:29:40rarogpamaury: though it's may be random and unpredictable, I didn't have any lockups with your SD implementation so far since yesterday. :)
12:30:00rarogand I'm starting it now and then just to check it.
12:30:49pamauryIt locks 100% of the time here
12:31:57rarogdid you try to remove and reinsert the sd card?
12:32:03rarogand booting in the meantime?
12:32:33rarogit kept locking the same way for me yesterday until I removed it, bootet without it and reinsterted it again.
12:32:34pamauryyes then it works I told you
12:32:48pamaurybut that's not a solution
12:34:38rarogthough a workable workaround at least here. but I wonder if it is a hardware issue or if it has something to do with the type of sd card. class and reading speed perhaps? this would explain the timinig problem and why it happens for you always and not for me.
12:35:21rarogI have a class 4 32GB card.
12:35:33pamauryno, I'm sure it's a rockbox problem, some deadlock probably caused by some double-init of the card, it's hard to debug though
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12:41:32dfkt|xwhere does the actual magic for line scroll speed happen? i found the menu entries in settings_list.c, but not where to change the actual speed
12:42:29pamauryrarog: I'm sure of it because I have a fix for this bug, but it's not satisfactory because I don't understand exactly what goes wrong
12:44:15pamaurydfkt|x: is the speed configurable ?
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12:46:00dfkt|xpamaury, the speed is configurable from 1 to 15
12:46:16dfkt|xi want it to go faster
12:47:01pamaurythere is a scroll_speed setting in setting_list.c
12:47:51dfkt|xyes, i changed that to 30, but it doesn't work - only shows up in the menu, but scrolling actually reverts to the slowest setting when going over 15
12:48:20pamaurydfkt|x: you need to update the table in firmware/scroll_engine.c
12:48:32dfkt|xah, haven't looked at that - thank you
12:48:33pamaurysee scroll_tick_table
12:50:33dfkt|xi have to change the Hz values?
12:51:25dfkt|xi assume so, since there are 16 entries
12:53:52pamaurydfkt|x: you should add entries, however there isn't much space left: you can add two entries (2 and 1), so go up to 18 apparently. Try and see
12:54:29dfkt|xthanks, will do
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13:05:47rarogpamaury: how does the fix look? some noop-waiting while activating the card?
13:07:15pamauryno, just don't init the card when detected at boot, the generic rockbox code will then probe all the device and it will get initialized by the read/write routine. But I don't know if this trick works when usb is plugged in for example
13:07:25dfktpamaury, working fine - thanks a lot :)
13:07:55rarogI could just test it for you, if you want.
13:08:21pamaurybut as I said the problem is not testing, it's understanding the real problem
13:08:45dfktwould it be ok to upload that patch to the tracker? i find scroll speed generally to slow at step size 1 (the only smooth step size)
13:09:33pamaurydfkt|x: I guess so
13:10:23rarogperhaps something even directly fuze hardware related? if almost same code doesn't do any problems on ams devices, this could be really fuze+ specific
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13:11:36pamauryrarog: no because the hardware will not lockup the device
13:12:04pamauryall the sd code has timeouts everywhere
13:13:34raroghm... hoes does OF handle this?
13:14:00pamauryhandle what ?
13:14:13rarogsd card init
13:14:35rarogoh, you mean, that just our rockbox code is not well written
13:14:48rarogout of specs
13:15:17pamauryI think the real problem is some deadlock in the rockbox code which is due to our init code gets called, it's not hardware related, the card works fine
13:16:02rarogah, so the non-initialization at boot would be just a workaround for the problem which is still there.
13:16:11rarogbut this could hide almost everywhere
13:17:34rarogdepressing situation...
13:18:14rarogdebugging logging of which hardware command is called where would be helping of course, but this isn't implemented at all or is it?
13:19:19pamaurythe thing is that the players freezes so it's a bit tricky to log
13:19:37pamaurynot impossible but I will end up if everything else fails
13:20:22rarogbut if every command writes what it does, before it is executed (and flushes the content, so it is written and not in the cache) you could see, what were the last commands
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13:21:17pamauryyeah but one has to be very careful because at early boot the storage system is not yet initialized
13:21:51pamauryand it's more than every command, it's the general storage system which needs to be logged
13:24:10desowinis sleeping (yielding) for 100 s (loop iterates 12 times) something good or a nodo?
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13:24:38desowintiming is not that critical as long as user doesn't notice
13:24:57pamaurydesowin: depends on why you want to do that
13:25:43desowinpamaury: on connect I currently do busylooping using udelay() in get status (buttons, etc.) function, which can lead to buffer underrun if user keeps scrolling or using other buttons
13:26:26desowinand yet, the delay is a must, if it's missing, invalid data is received
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13:27:25desowinbut that might be a problem with udelay not really being calibrated to usec
13:27:26pamaurydepends also on where you do it, if it's a dedicated thread that's ok
13:27:44desowinyes, it's in dedicated thread
13:28:12pamaurythen that's ok I would say, but put a comment to explain why, we don't like arbitrary sleeps
13:28:18desowinhmm, wait no, some calls are from dedicated threads but it can be issued by lcd sleep as well
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13:28:55pamauryas long as it's not in an interrupt context it's ok I woudl say
13:30:52JdGordondfkt: spinal tap would be proud!
13:31:27rarogok, I'm off so far...
13:31:32raroguntil later.
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13:33:55dfkt|xJdGordon, heheh.. 17 is the new 11
13:41:06JdGordonarbitrary limitas are stupid
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13:43:05dfkt|xis there any reason the scroll speed is limited to 15/33Hz?
13:46:45JdGordonwell you'll get to a point where you'll do massive jumps because the scroll thread doesnt even run as often as you want
13:48:24dfkt|xi see... well so far it seems smooth on the clip zip. will try it on a 480x800 screen later on
13:52:06JdGordonwhat is that tick table?
13:52:29JdGordonoh, the top line is comments, ok
14:00:43desowinhmm, actually it should be possible to change core voltage on Connect.. I wished I had complete datasheet for DM320 with the absolute ratings for core voltage
14:07:34JdGordonis tat the same DM320 as in the mr500?
14:07:35pamaurythere is something strange, if I panic on sd_read/write that fail, I see that plugging usb will eventually lead to reading a non-existent sector :-/
14:10:51desowinJdGordon: yes, hence yesterday I whistled about need for mr500 to test if I don't break anything
14:11:43desowinwell, not sure about specified revisions though, both of my connects are "enhanced b/c"
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14:24:21JdGordondesowin: get in touch with kkurbjun.. he may have a datasheet for oyu
14:24:28JdGordonim not sure which are on the wiki and which arnt
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14:35:12jlbiasiniZagor: Badger: Bluebrother told me you were the ones who could have us a specific section for Fuze+ in FS
14:40:33Zagorjlbiasini: added
14:42:31jlbiasiniZagor: could you also add FS #12442, FS #12446, FS #12447 to this new section? I'm sorry but I cannot edit the report i do
14:42:32fs-bluebot Flac undefined instruction when going from mp3 to flac on fuze+ (bugs, unconfirmed)
14:42:33fs-bluebot [FUZE+]Undefined instruction at 0x0000AC44 when selecting an mp3 file while playing any other format (bugs, unconfirmed)
14:42:33fs-bluebot [FUZE+]File of different format (flac, mpc, ogg, aac) being skipped. (bugs, unconfirmed)
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14:45:33Zagorjlbiasini: done
14:45:53pamauryWTF ??? why does the SD CSD parser assumes it is store MSW first ???
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14:47:13jlbiasiniZagor: thx!
14:47:36jlbiasinipamaury: this sound like an EUREKA!
14:48:20pamauryI don't know how much impact it has but my code clearly doesn't match this
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14:56:36pamaurythat's doesn't solve the usb issue
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15:04:07pamauryfuck! usb_storage reports the same logical sector size for all devices :(
15:04:33pamaurysince the mmc internal has 2048-byte logical sector size, linux assumes the same for the sd card it seems
15:05:38pamaurythis fuze+ is a nightmare, it breaks all assumptions of our codebase
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15:08:30wodzpamaury: I am pretty sure our code assumes 512byte sector on sd
15:08:50pamauryit's not the sector size, it's the logical sector size
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15:13:45jlbiasiniAnd I still get my dualboot_fuzeplus errors even after bluebrother big commit on rbutil's makefile! :(
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15:15:10jlbiasinisee last command on FS #12402
15:15:11fs-bluebot add mkimxboot as a new method in Rockbox Utility (patches, unconfirmed)
15:15:52pamaurygevaerts: who introduced the disk_sector_multiplier ?
15:16:12gevaertspamaury: the thing for the 5.5G 80GB ipod?
15:16:45pamauryyes, which I need for the fuze+ too, apparently I will need something a bit more subtle: I would need one disk_sector_multiplier per drive
15:17:00gevaertsoh, fun :\
15:17:08pamaurysince I have both an internal storage and a sd card
15:17:16gevaertsI think I added the disk_sector_multiplier variable to be able to access it from usb
15:17:18pamauryand obviously they don't have the same logical sector size
15:17:34pamaurywhich confused the linux usb system
15:18:01gevaertsI suspect you want a sector size array in disk.c (or sector multiplier), and a function to access that per disk
15:18:32pamauryI would be tempted to make disk_sector_multiplier an array and that's all
15:18:48*gevaerts nods
15:18:52gevaertsThat would work
15:19:05pamauryhum, except that it would break, because of multi drive
15:19:15pamauryso a function is probably better indeed
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15:26:00pamauryit works \o/
15:27:06jlbiasinisd? well then we have to find a kind potential ipod victim to see if still work on ipod too :)
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15:28:08pamauryyeah, the correct logical sector size is now reported via usb, I don't think it should break on ipods
15:28:40pamauryI still don't really understand the boot lockup but I have a workaround
15:29:16jlbiasiniah? this isn't related to this then?
15:29:48pamauryno no, completely unrelated, that logical sector thing is just to have the sd reported by usb
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15:34:47jlbiasiniwait a minute... Why is the Rockbox Utility compiiled from fresh svn telling me that there is a newer version availlable?
15:36:16gevaertsBecause the svn build gets confused by this -1 re-release for 64bit linux
15:36:37jlbiasinia ok
15:38:04jlbiasiniwell my patch cannot compiling anyway I will have to wait for someone to tell me want is this dualboot mess this is really weird
15:38:28jlbiasini* compile *what
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16:01:41bluebrotherjlbiasini: I'll try to give that a look tonight
16:02:12jlbiasiniok if change in rbutil/mkimxboot/dualboot.h "extern unsigned char dualboot_fuzeplus[36];" to
16:02:26jlbiasini"unsigned char dualboot_fuzeplus[36];"
16:03:54jlbiasiniit is compiling but is it a usuable solution (in mkamsboot the same file has extern, and I dont know those kind of definition meaning
16:11:12jlbiasinibluebrother: thx
16:22:10desowinJdGordon: I have those documents (even in newer version) as well as some silicon erratas, comparision chart, and actual datasheet (alpha version, covers only ball assignments)
16:22:56desowinJdGordon: the thing that's not there is absolute maximum ratings (I think it belongs to the datasheet)
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16:31:28pamaurydesowin: experiment !
16:32:06desowinyeah, that's what I'm going to do
16:32:06bluebrotherjlbiasini: sounds like dualboot.o isn't added to libmkimxboot.a
16:32:18desowinhopefully I'm checking the lower margin ;-)
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16:41:54jlbiasinibluebrother: where should I configure it to be added?
16:42:04wodzdesowin: your last change is bogus - HZ is defined as 100 so HZ/1000 is meaningless
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16:49:15desowinwodz: but sleeping for 0 actually does lowest possible sleep?
16:51:28pamaurysleep(0) is like yield I guess
16:52:27jlbiasinibluebrother: there was indeed a #include "dualboot.h" in mkimxboot.c (at least if I compare those include to mkamsboot.c but this doesn't solve the issue...
16:52:54jlbiasiniI meant a #include was missig in mkimxboot.c
16:58:08jlbiasinihum. libmkimxboot.a does content some dualboot reference... those from mkamsboot! do know what to do about this
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16:59:43desowinbattery's flat, will check later if it can be replaced by yield()
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17:10:08desowinpamaury: it's not the same, I get strange results when using bare yield()
17:10:33desowinwodz: so change that to explicitly be 0 instead of HZ/1000?
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17:44:32the-kyleI just purchased a new Clip+ and find that the recording function is producing a buzzing/crackling noize while I speak into the microphone. This only seems to affect mic recording, not FM recording. Before I report the bug, I wanted to find out if this is a known problem, and if it affects only the Clip+ or other players as well.
17:46:42the-kyleI neglected to mention that this noise is not related to the hardware noise referred to in fs#12291.
17:46:42fs-bluebot Sansa Clip+ CPU/LCD noise while recording (bugs, unconfirmed)
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18:05:27Misanthe-kyle, could it be buzzling/crackling comes from touching/moving the device?
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18:07:21CIA-1New commit by pamaury (r31270): Add support for for per-drive logical sector size. This allows targets to have a different logical sector size for the internal storage and the sd ...
18:07:28CIA-1New commit by pamaury (r31271): Fix debug compilation of enc_base.h: define H_TO_BE32 as htobe32
18:07:56pamaurywow, git svn was super fast !
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18:09:03funmanpamaury: apparently microsd still helps for amsv2 usb
18:09:42the-kyleMisan: The noise happens any time the mic is recording. It can especially be heard during speech. Louder speech produces a louder noise, but quiet speech also contains a buzzing/crackling sound.
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18:10:22the-kyleIt almost seems like every 1000th sample is not being recorded or something.
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18:18:23pamauryoops :)
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18:20:02CIA-1New commit by pamaury (r31272): Fix red
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18:22:48CIA-1New commit by pamaury (r31273): Really fix red
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18:26:08funman..Really? :)
18:26:47pamauryyeah, that's a features which depends on several #define, it's a bit tricky :)
18:28:31CIA-1New commit by pamaury (r31274): Remove two useless variable and hopefully finally fix red
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18:31:37funmanspeaking of #define, source files selection in Makefile would be nice, but Makefile syntax doesn't support 'else' :/
18:32:57funmanpamaury: i talked about it a bit this night
18:33:00pamaurylol, I "fixed" the wrong line, it's a miracle
18:33:31CIA-1New commit by pamaury (r31275): Oops, fixed the wrong line
18:33:45pamaurythe number of errors is hopefully a decresing sequence
18:34:09funmanautomake however knwos about 'else'
18:34:25funmanpamaury: i hope it'll stop at 0 then ;)
18:34:33gevaertsfunman: what do you mean by "source files selection in Makefile"?
18:35:30funmanOBJS= \ ifeq ($(MODEL), IPOD_COLOR) firmware/target/arm/foo.c \ endif
18:35:32funmaninstead of
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18:35:50funmanOBJS= $(call gcc -E -include config.h firmware/SOURCES)
18:36:57pamaurywhy is it useful ?
18:37:08funmanmake is slow
18:37:40pamauryI don't see the link
18:39:56funmanwhen you type 'make', the preprocessor is run several times
18:40:07funmanwe could run it several times at configure time, and 0 times at build time
18:40:38funmanis an android simulator something possible ?
18:43:41pamaurywodz: I've updated FS #12302 with my symbol table patch
18:43:42fs-bluebot Add backtrace to the panic screen on ARM (patches, new)
18:50:32CIA-1New commit by funman (r31276): firmware/SOURCES: factorize #ifndef SIMULATOR
18:50:35CIA-1New commit by funman (r31277): configure: factorize -D${target}
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18:55:30*desowin hopes his new finding will finally result in improved battery life
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18:56:52funmancommon/ffs.c should be enough, building a simulator to confirm
18:58:19wodzpamaury: about your symbol patch - you mention about external tool and I can't see it in patch. There are also some changes which look unrelated (imx233 ld script)
18:58:38pamauryno, the apps.ld changes are necessary
18:58:51pamauryah yes, I forgot one file
19:00:00pamaurywodz: I've updated the patch
19:00:30pamaurythat's because I put the symbols in their own section
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19:07:47funmanis ysp3 quite new ?
19:09:06funmanwodz: what does "/* TODO: currently including all files */" mean for MPIOHD ?
19:10:33funmanmeizu m6sp has 2 RTCs ? o:
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19:23:52funmanwoops it's not the rtc
19:26:34funmantechnically it could be selected by the pcf50605 rtc but ipod use it not only for the rtc
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20:15:36wodzfunman: If you are referring to SOURCES than this comment was that ultimately not all drivers are needed in bootloader. It may be outdate though.
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20:25:40funmangigabeats and gigabeatf use the same controller, but a different driver :/
20:26:27gevaertsThe same controller for what?
20:27:28funman#define CONFIG_LCD LCD_GIGABEAT
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20:32:29jhMikeSI wouldn't say the bottom-end code to set it up is anything alike
20:32:44funmanhum well it's also true for other models
20:33:16funmanseveral models have an LCD_S1D15E06 with a custom driver each
20:33:21jhMikeSthe only equivalent thing is the actual registers (thus display ic)
20:33:37funmanjhMikeS: that means only init code is different?
20:34:40wodzjhMikeS: how exactly behave sleep(0)?
20:34:42funmanLCD_X5 (on e200*)
20:34:47jhMikeSinit, data transfer and power management, the SoC interfaces are nothing alike
20:35:03jhMikeSwodz: it sleeps until the end of the current tick
20:35:44wodzand sleep(1) then?
20:35:52funmanso does CONFIG_LCD means anything at all?
20:35:52desowin1 ms
20:35:55bertrikhow is sleep(0) different from yield()?
20:35:57jhMikeSfunman: a generic serial interface to write regs would be about the the only thing they could share
20:36:28jhMikeSwodz: sleeps anywhere from 1-2 ticks minimum
20:36:55jhMikeSbertrik: sleep(0) can sleep from 0-1 ticks since it sleeps until the tick turns over
20:38:07jhMikeSyield immediately switches to another thread if another is elected to run or just returns immediately, the CPU won't be put to wait for an interrupt
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20:38:57desowinjhMikeS: can we have this as comment over sleep() function body?
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20:41:06jhMikeSdesowin: sure. it's been like that in RB since before I was here though
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20:58:12baruldo the memory cards have to be formatted in FAT to work in Sansa Clip +?
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21:42:40wodzfunman: both MPIOs have WM8750 codec
21:43:39funmanyes there is a HAVE_WM8750
21:45:04CIA-1New commit by funman (r31294): typo
21:46:57wodzfunman: you added ifdef which is imo redundant
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21:48:24funmanwodz: where?
21:49:37wodzaround target/coldfire/wmcodec-coldfire.c
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21:51:09wodzit is a) coldfire specific (as i2c transfer function on coldfires is a bit different than anywhere else) b) it is only used by MPIOs
21:52:13funmanwhat if we move it around line 329 ?
21:52:49funmanor inside #ifdef MPIO_HD* but keeping the #ifdef WM8750
21:53:48wodzfor now I think it should be inside ifdef MPIO_HD
21:54:05wodzguarding with WM8750 is not needed there as I said
21:54:36wodzthere are no other coldfire MPIO afaik
21:55:11funmanfor the moment
21:55:48funmanif that file is specific to WM8750 it should be marked as such IMO
21:56:03wodzfunman: 1) MPIO is pretty dead company 2) all newer designs were ARM based (even HD400)
21:56:25funmanah i see so there is no chance of seeing an old target getting a new port
21:56:45wodzfunman: it is not wm8750 specific at all most (all?) wm codecs use the same format
21:57:05funmanshould we move it inside mpio/ then?
21:57:42wodzin theory we could see some coldfire target (other than mpio) utilizing wm codec
21:58:05funmani'll move it in MPIO block without ifdef, ok?
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21:58:29wodzfunman: I think that is the best solution
21:58:37wodzanyway this hair splitting :-)
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21:59:06CIA-1New commit by funman (r31297): move wmcodec-coldfire inside MPIO files
21:59:16funmanthere are still a few duplicates for iaudio / iriver, and then there is the arm / pp mess
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22:00:59wodz\o/ IDA->Create flow chart GDL ->graph-easy .gdl .dot -> .dot gives somewhat manageable flow graph :-)
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22:23:12ukleinekwodz: is this the ftl?
22:24:42wodzukleinek: this is only tiny part of it
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22:25:02wodzukleinek: this is a graph of the function initializing remap tables
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22:26:01ukleinekhihi, when I click on your image I get
22:26:04CIA-1New commit by funman (r31300): SOURCES: factorize TCC77x files
22:26:30baruldo anyone have a Sansa Clip + with memcard on a linux disrto? I cannot access my memory card from gentoo
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22:28:17CIA-1r31300 build result: All green
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22:32:23funmanbarul: with rockbox usb (assuming you have a current build)?
22:34:58gevaertsbarul: what does "cat /sys/module/scsi_mod/parameters/max_luns" say?
22:37:26barulfunman: what do you mean by rockbox usb? the rockbox utility?
22:37:28barulgevaerts: 1
22:37:47gevaertsbarul: set that higher
22:37:48funmanbarul: does your clip+ run rockbox or the OF when you plug USB ?
22:37:59*gevaerts wonders why gentoo kernels are always misconfigured
22:38:25CIA-1New commit by dreamlayers (r31301): Add conditionals around functions that are only needed when RTC is present.
22:39:14barulfunman: when I plug it, OF is started, no choice
22:39:48barulgevaerts: seems it works :) thanks
22:40:47CIA-1r31301 build result: 66 errors, 16 warnings (dreamlayers committed)
22:41:00dreamlayersOh no :(
22:41:19barulgevaerts: is this option available in menuconfig?
22:41:20funmandreamlayers: welcome to the club ;)
22:41:23baruldidn't find any luns
22:41:50gevaertsbarul: CONFIG_SCSI_MULTI_LUN
22:42:01gevaertsYou can also set module parameters of course
22:42:08wodzgevaerts: how the hell you know that is the problem :-)
22:42:21gevaertswodz: common problem :)
22:44:00barulgevaerts: you rock
22:44:40Bagder...the box!
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22:46:47CIA-1New commit by funman (r31302): build usb-s3c6400x according to CONFIG_USBOTG
22:47:07CIA-1New commit by funman (r31303): SOURCES: remove duplicate entry
22:47:24CIA-1New commit by funman (r31304): philips hdd: factorize
22:47:36wodzfunman: does nano2g usb work again?
22:48:23funmanwodz: i hope, i think theseven didn't test yet latest trunk
22:48:58CIA-1r31302 build result: 66 errors, 16 warnings (funman committed)
22:49:09*TheSeven checks
22:49:48funmanhum i should not commit before current red is fixed, to catch my possible errors
22:49:51CIA-1New commit by dreamlayers (r31305): Remove conditional added around set_day_of_week in r31301.
22:50:30dreamlayersActually, I the USB clock setting code should probably be removed when there's no RTC. This is just a quick fix to remove the red.
22:51:11CIA-1r31304 build result: 67 errors, 16 warnings (funman committed)
22:52:18funman1 more error but the table looks identical between r31302 and r31304
22:52:31funmanah no there's the zen vision
22:53:32*TheSeven 's worker takes longer to build one nano2g build than it takes the build system do do several full rounds
22:53:32CIA-1r31305 build result: All green
22:54:08CIA-1New commit by funman (r31306): factorize c200v1/e200v1 common files
22:56:17CIA-1r31306 build result: All green
22:56:53CIA-1New commit by funman (r31307): factorize samsung yh common files
22:58:53CIA-1r31307 build result: All green
23:01:05TheSevenfunman: still broken in r31304
23:01:25TheSevenlooks like rockbox deadlocks completely as soon as USB is inserted
23:01:32CIA-1New commit by funman (r31308): factorize S3C2440 common files
23:01:33TheSevenpossibly a re-triggering IRQ?
23:02:07TheSeveni.e. not properly cleared and thus not letting the CPU exit IRQ mode
23:02:36funmani carefully checked git diff dd79e43234b38197021924217a635018cca6cdf6..HEAD −− usb-s3*
23:03:11funmanchanges are : defines instead of hardcoded bitmasks, DOEPCTLX / DIEPCTLX -> DEPCTL(X, dir)
23:03:28funmanusb_drv_request_endpoint simplification
23:03:34CIA-1r31308 build result: All green
23:03:45funmanendpoint interrupt factorization (in/out)
23:04:16TheSevenwell apparently something went wrong - either with your refactoring or with my build/testing process
23:04:18funmanalso transfer factorization (in/out)
23:04:35funmani don't think the build can harm
23:06:43TheSevenfunman: I think I spotted it
23:06:52funmanoh yeah?
23:07:04TheSevenusb-s3c6400x.c:227 looks broken to me
23:07:25TheSeventhat one would explain an IRQ deadlock if out==false
23:08:02funmanah indeed it should be out, not true
23:08:21*jhMikeS just noticed on a couple targets so far that when a selected line starts to actually scroll, the selector disappears
23:09:50wodzjhMikeS: JdGordon changed code connected with scrolling recently
23:09:50TheSevenjhMikeS: something similar has been reported on the ML
23:12:41funmanTheSeven: i was confused because the above code is only for ep0 out, does the change fix the driver?
23:13:04*TheSeven is compiling
23:14:04TheSevenyep, that was it :)
23:14:25CIA-1New commit by theseven (r31309): Un-break nano2g USB
23:14:45dreamlayersIs there any reason to not remove USB time setting when there's no RTC? It does nothing then.
23:15:12TheSevenisn't this basically an itunes-only feature anyway?
23:16:03dreamlayersYeah. It's currently in usb_storage.c without any conditionals.
23:16:06funmanTheSeven: great, sorry for the breakage
23:16:14*TheSeven tries on a classic as well
23:16:36CIA-1r31309 build result: All green
23:17:09wodzTheSeven: don't we have a tool to sync time in our tree?
23:17:27TheSevenno idea... but this definitely originates from itunes
23:17:44TheSevenfunman: btw, I didn't spot this one by diffing
23:18:12gevaertsTheSeven: not really. It's the ipod protocol, yes, but that doesn't mean it doesn't work with the linux tool and any other player
23:18:15TheSeventhis was just the most likely cause for that kind of hard lockup, so I looked there first
23:18:37*TheSeven didn't knew that we extended this to other devices as well :)
23:19:07gevaertsBut yes, RTC is a bit of a practical requirement :)
23:20:20funmanTheSeven: do you want to try usb-drv-as3525v2.c on nano2g ?
23:20:29gevaertswodz: yes, but libgpod also has a tool
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23:20:50TheSevennot right now, but possibly during the weekend
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23:21:18TheSevenI guess I'll have to adjust the SYNOPSYSOTG_CLOCK and SYNOPSYSOTG_AHBCFG values somewhere?
23:21:32 Quit dreamlayers (Quit: back later)
23:22:21funmanwell OTG_CLOCK is not in AMSv2
23:22:46funmanall the ^O registers are ipod specific (s5l?)
23:23:41funmaninit/exit code (and usb_resetà need adjustement
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23:27:31CIA-1New commit by funman (r31310): factorize s5l8700 common code (also used by s5l8701, but not s5l8702)
23:27:34funmanmissing: ipod, pp, arm
23:29:35CIA-1r31310 build result: All green
23:30:19TheSevenhm, the current s3c6400x driver doesn't seem to work on the classic
23:30:38TheSevenwell, it works well enough to do enumeration, but windows only sees a 0 byte volume
23:31:32TheSeveni have observed similar misbehavior (but only occasionally) before your refactoring, so it might be a completely different problem
23:32:34TheSevenanyway, I'm falling asleep :)
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23:48:04fmlI think the (now reverted) commit by dreamlayers regarding RTC functions was correct. He just forgot to protect some other places with the condition.
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23:58:02funmanwhy ipod1g2g doesn't use ata-as-arm.S ?
23:58:32funmanhm they use ata-pp5002.c

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