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#rockbox log for 2012-03-21

00:00:44KiwiCamnumber means convert the string result to a number. Just use "number". Just try your existing 5 strip bitmap with %xl(BitmapStipLabel,yourbitmapstrip.bmp,0,0,5) %xd(BitmapStripLabel,%ss(1,1,%pt,number))
00:01:47KiwiCamPlease step in people if I'm putting him wrong.
00:02:30lebelliumso if I understand well only %xl(A,no_album_art.bmp,0,0,5) and %xd(A,%ss(1,1,%pt,number))
00:02:52lebelliumOk I try that
00:03:05lebelliumbut I admit I don't understand this structure
00:03:14KiwiCamJdGordon: I have the syntax correct in that $ss don't I?
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00:07:18lebelliumhum same results
00:07:27lebelliumonly display the 1st design
00:08:00KiwiCamI'll try it here....
00:08:27lebelliummaybe I should try with the 1st digit instead of the 2nd
00:08:42JdGordonKiwiCam: use −−debugwps with the sim, it will tell you if you have syntax error
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00:11:46funman<pervert> guess what i hold in my hand?
00:13:04gevaertsfunman: something rather small!
00:13:12gevaertsnano-sized, maybe? :)
00:13:47funman$40 for a one night stand (expected battery life) :)
00:14:05funmanthe metro line was cut today between the seller and me though
00:14:32funmanlet's hope the curse stopped now
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00:22:13KiwiCamNo errors JdGordon - It is showing different parts of the Strip depending upon the track. We've got Colon's : in there haven't we? Hey lebellium Try replacing the %ss part with %cS That will work.
00:25:10KiwiCam%pt probably isn't what you might like to use anyway. Try this %xd(A,%ss(0,1,%pc,number)) %pc
00:26:37KiwiCamremove the %pc at the end. That was just so I could see the value.
00:26:59lebelliumwhy %pc? this is the current time in song. I don't want the pic to change several times within one song
00:27:28gevaertsKiwiCam: the idea is to get something pseudorandom per track
00:27:52gevaertsPer track change ideally, but I don't think we have anything that would do that
00:28:15KiwiCamOK. But that works. There's something in %pt that's causing issue. There might be a better Tag to use.
00:28:54lebelliumI still don't unserstand why the digit of total track time doesn't work (display only one design for all tracks)
00:28:55KiwiCam%pt probably will work. I just need to play around with it more.
00:29:06funmansudo ./ipodpatcher -a ~/bn2/bootloader-ipodnano2g.ipod
00:29:17funman[ERR] Model name in input file (nn2g) doesn't match ipod model (nn2x)
00:30:01funmannow needs itunes restore :o
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00:30:25KiwiCamWhat's the Tag for track number?
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00:31:40KiwiCam%in How about that? Shame we can't do a %right?
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00:34:13lebelliummaybe %in can be an alternative trick
00:34:20lebelliumbut less random as digits
00:34:23KiwiCamYou could do an If track number >999 then forth digit in > 99 then third digit in, >9, second...
00:35:50lebelliumI can try that indeed.
00:35:50funmani have no partition table for that one - now it's macosx formatted :(
00:36:17lebelliumIt's getting late in Berlin, time to sleep now but I'll try your trick with track number tomorrow
00:36:39KiwiCamI'd help you with the conditional's but I'm quite retarded when it comes to doing that.
00:37:07lebelliumI should be able to do that
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00:38:05lebelliumanyways thank you for your help guys
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00:44:18funman[Saint]: do you have a nano2g windows formatted 2GB ?
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00:57:50KiwiCamlebellium: Perhaps even a combo of %in and one of the %c 's ie Offset is based on %ck. Hour 1, offset =10, Hour 2, offset = 20.... That why every hour you have another 10 bitmaps to display from your Bitmap Strip.
00:58:22KiwiCamwhy =way
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01:11:22funmanipodpatcher built from source just bricks my nano2g
01:13:15funmanTheSeven: please check g#192
01:13:16fs-bluebotGerrit review #192 at,192 : ipodpatcher: fix nano2g model name by Rafaël Carré (changes/92/192/1)
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01:47:36TheSevenfunman: no idea what that code does?
01:47:58TheSevennn2x usually means encrypted nn2g image, i.e. signed bootloader
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01:49:30TheSevenask linuxstb for the details, I think he has implemented that stuff back then
01:54:26funmanTheSeven: i think it matches bootloaders file format
01:54:46funmane.g. nano2g -> 'nn2x'; does bootloader-ipodnano2g.ipod have 'nn2x' signature?
01:54:58funmanit doesn't (it has 'nn2g') so ipodpatcher rejects it
01:55:03TheSevenbootloader-ipodnano2g.ipodx does have that signature
01:55:42funmannn2x ?
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01:55:55funmani only have a .ipod
01:55:58TheSeventhat ipodx file needs to be created by the crypt_firmware plugin (or whatever it's called) on an actual ipod (uses hardware crypto)
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02:03:31funmani followed the manual but manual installation doesn't detail building from source
02:10:09Kiwi_CAMlebellium: (spelling? using someone else's PC) You can in fact get a really cool pseudo random effect using a combo of %in & %cS as your Offset. You could use the %ss(0,1,%cs) with if conditionals. A different set of 10 every 10 seconds, or just %cs for one random Album Art per second available every time the track changes, or go the whole hog and do conditionals for every second. 600 Album Art Images! Yee Har!
02:12:53JdGordonif you *really* want random it oculd be implemented in about 5 minutes
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02:24:32JdGordonKiwi_CAM: g#193
02:24:33fs-bluebotGerrit review #193 at,193 : skin_engine: add a tag to get a random value by Jonathan Gordon (changes/93/193/1)
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02:58:55funmanTheSeven: nano2g deadlocks on while (GRSTCTL & GRSTCTL_csftrst); /* Wait for OTG to ack reset */
02:59:37TheSevenhm, I think we had that before... all neccessary clocks unmasked?
02:59:52TheSevenand also the regular clock gates
02:59:59funmanjust tell me how to check that
03:00:21funmanperhaps it came with usb detection change
03:00:27TheSevenIIRC PCGCTL should be set to zero and some clock gates should be opened somewhere before that code is run
03:00:43TheSevenshould be somewhere in usb_drv_init or some such
03:01:09TheSevencan you dump the value of GRSTCTL while it's stuck there? is it just the soft reset bit set, other bits zero?
03:02:10TheSevenbtw, some more example code in case you need some:
03:02:53TheSeventhat one supports non-dma mode as well, so it might work around those IN EP lockup issues (which might be related to wrong FIFO setup in the first place)
03:03:50funmanbits 31 & 0 set
03:04:06TheSevenhm, now why doesn't it reset bit 0
03:04:12TheSeven31 means ahb master idle IIRC
03:04:17TheSevenwhich is fine
03:04:32funmanyeah the check for ahb master idle is just below
03:05:02funmanbtw why did you change fifo size ?
03:05:24funmanin jan 1st commit
03:05:45TheSevencan you try checking for ahbidle before asserting reset as well?
03:06:02TheSevenit should be idle anyway, but according to the reference manual you have to do that
03:06:08TheSevenhm, no idea, too long ago
03:06:31funmanwhich manual? i dont remember if i have it
03:06:41TheSevenprobably in an attempt to resolve that ipod classic lockup trouble
03:08:15funmanno change
03:08:32TheSevencan you try setting PCGCTL=0 before that?
03:08:53TheSeven(or PCGCCTL, no idea what it's called in rockbox)
03:09:05funmanit's set in usb_drv_init
03:09:26TheSevenand that's the code path that it actually takes?
03:09:55funmanyeah usb_drv_init() { ... ; PCGCCTL = 0; usb_reset(); } (it's the only caller)
03:11:22funmani'll try to use the amsv2 code
03:12:02TheSevenhm, what about bisecting? since when is that happening?
03:12:18TheSevenor did it never work with your new driver?
03:12:30funmannot sure, i got mixed results
03:12:37funmani'll have to bisect yes
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03:21:38funmani.e. the last commit is reportedly working, and reverting last 2 or 3 commits doesnt work for someone else
03:29:32funmanTheSeven: d46afc629ef69af307ae44945d7a1be2e6afad64 (Fix USB on nano2g & classic) doesn't work for me
03:31:56funmancddb1cfb16f0616a43b2482dce2aea2a9a1d65f1 neither ...
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03:37:31funman676708c43f399b0686f4af59046396bcc5a710a0 neither ..
03:43:10funman3.10 is ok though, i can bisect
03:52:52funmanrolo is broken btw
03:59:56funmanc1d789acdb20ae5b7fce737d9ec799a455e791a9 is the first bad commit
04:00:17funmaniirc it was fixed a bit later though - i need to find another good point
04:04:30funmanfc8d4b2552b18335420c0549ee7b2dc0b23efac1 doesn't work ...
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04:54:36diginetis anyone around who was here when I was talking about trying to port Rockbox to an fpga softcore
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08:09:07funmandiginet: saratoga perhaps
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09:12:22diginetanyone around?
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09:26:24Zagordiginet: yes
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10:31:08wodzspeaking about rolo() can I ask for review of g#190?
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10:33:07wodzhmm how do I search for particular commit in git web interface? Entering hash in search box doesn't work
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13:50:51Zagorwhat, no commits today? :)
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15:31:16Rower85how to make a playlist of all the songs of the mp3-player :S
15:31:19Rower85seems impossible?
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15:42:05gevaertsRower85: if you're using the file browser it's easiest if all audio files are under the same directory. If that's the case, press long-select on that directory, choose "current playlist", and choose "insert". If you have more than one base directory with music, you'll have to repeat this for all of them. If you use the database you can do similar things.
15:42:46*gevaerts 's music is all in "audio/music/", with subdirectories per composer and then per work, so he'd do this on "music"
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15:44:08saratogai just noticed the database doesn't have a "play all" option
15:44:41Torneer, yes it does :)
15:44:49Tornesort of
15:45:17saratogatheres one for "play all" for a given artist or genre
15:45:28saratogabut i don't see a "play everything" option
15:46:00saratogaah does that do it?
15:46:08saratogaperhaps that could be better named
15:46:16Torne"Track" is just every track, by name
15:46:30Tornewhat the db *can't* do is play all of a given search "recursively"
15:46:34Tornei.e. preserving the order of the subtrees
15:46:46Torneso if you play all tracks by an artist you get all tracks in alphabetical order
15:46:59Tornenot the same thing as if you went into each submenu and played them in that order
15:47:17saratogawould anyone mind if I renamed that to something like "all tracks"
15:47:35Torneseems sensible
15:56:22Rower85thank you gevaerts
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18:39:30funmani took a working revision for usb-nano2g, copied the .c file
18:39:56funmanused that file on master, just changing register names to use the new macros -> deadlock on plug
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18:46:01funmanpushed that on g#181
18:46:02fs-bluebotGerrit review #181 at,181 : Nano2g: use 6229d623b03cb0999cc8920be45252e333aff084 version by Rafaël Carré (changes/81/181/2)
18:50:07*Mir pokes a funman
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20:27:32funmanhello Mir
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21:12:20wodzHa! I found serious flaw in my benchmark procedure of rk27xx performance. Retesting now.
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21:18:59gevaertsSlasheri: did you make any progress yet?
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21:23:57Slasherigevaerts: sorry, i forgot to bring the correct usb cable with me so i couldn't do any debugging yet :(
21:25:34Slasherigevaerts: anyway, if needed, the dircache hibernation should be easy to disable.. just disable calling to dircache_load()
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21:25:51gevaertsSlasheri: ok, that makes sense
21:31:23gevaertsSlasheri: so probably in main.c disable the #ifdeffed block that starts at line 218?
21:34:13Slasherigevaerts: i think that should be enough
21:34:34gevaertsOK. I'll commit that to the 3.11 branch. If a proper fix appears we can still change it
21:34:52Slasheriuntil we have fixed the issue.. i have no idea what has broke it, because once i already fixed that
21:35:25gevaertsI don't mind trunk/master being buggy, but I'd like the release not to crash :)
21:35:53n1sshipping a release with known crash bugs is a bit crap
21:37:33gevaertsI'm still not sure if it ever happens with the official bootloader, but v7pre4 is more or less guaranteed to trigger it
21:38:27Slasheriwith the old v6 bootloader that issue cant happen, because it don't store the bit to indicate whether the disk is dirty or not
21:38:58Slasheriso dircache hibernation is kept disabled
21:39:06gevaertsAh, right
21:39:23gevaertsThat explains why we aren't flooded with complaints :)
21:40:59CIA-44Commit 71039a9 in rockbox v3.11 by Frank Gevaerts: Bump release build versions to 3.11RC
21:41:00CIA-44Commit ab07950 in rockbox v3.11 by Frank Gevaerts: Disable loading dircache from disk to avoid FS #12590.
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21:53:40funmangevaerts: can you sched some light on the USB detection change in 4fcffcbdf34 ? What needs to be done/changed in usb drivers for this ?
21:54:33wodzfunman: have you pinpointed usb bug on n2g?
21:54:47funmannot yet, I'm trying to put the fault on someone else than me
21:55:02funmani am a bit puzzled by g#181 results
21:55:03fs-bluebotGerrit review #181 at,181 : Nano2g: use 6229d623b03cb0999cc8920be45252e333aff084 version by Rafaël Carré (changes/81/181/2)
21:55:06wodzgood tactic :-)
21:55:44funmani could have borked my changes for DEPCTL* macros change (which now take 2 arguments to contruct the old D{I,O}EPCTLx )
21:56:19funmanif they are correct it means there is a problem elsewhere and this change is likely to have affected USB drivers
21:57:06funmani checked out various 'fix usb nano2g' commits by [7] but none worked for me
21:57:11wodzYou could try the other way around - put your macros on top of 3.10.
21:57:25funmanyeah or just copy paste the old headers
21:58:43gevaertsfunman: that particular commit shouldn't impact drivers as far as I remember
21:59:22gevaertsThe driver bits in there were basically only changes to remove some silly indirection
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22:00:17gevaertsOf course usb.c got some bigger changes, but I'd be surprised if those broke the nano2g. They didn't break anything else
22:04:43funmani was asking because i saw removed code but it indeed doesn't look driver specific
22:05:14funmanwodz: doesn't work :(
22:05:48wodzso this is strong indicator that macros are borked
22:06:10funmani mean old code + old macros = still fail
22:06:20funman g#181 updated
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22:06:45wodzyou mean old code + old macros on top of master?
22:07:04funman.c file from 6229d623b03cb0999cc8920be45252e333aff084 and with old macros copy/pasted
22:07:16funmanonly change is remove usb-target.h include and *_dcache functions change
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22:08:09funmannano2g's usb-target.h only had a function prototype
22:08:23funmanalso s/master/v3.11/
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22:09:59funman6229d623b03cb0999cc8920be45252e333aff084 works fine
22:12:18funmanso the (or a) bug is somewhere else than in driver
22:13:24funmanstill could be the .h in export/
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22:16:37funmanold .c + old .h = still fail so no
22:17:37funmani could bisect and copy 6229d623's usb code each time to see which other commit broke it
22:20:37funmangevaerts: could it have changed timing in usb init ?
22:21:32gevaertshm, good question
22:22:47gevaertsIt shouldn't have changed it much I'd say
22:22:57funmanhum... i have a working commit on top of v3.11
22:23:48funmanit locks on the second plug though
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22:24:29funmanand after reset too
22:24:56gevaertsfunman: 4fcffcbdf34 is reasonably recent, so it should be easy to revert to see what happens
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22:49:46funmanbfd69f2aa19321e7fb3dfdd0befcfc7e32eca656 is the first bad commit
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22:58:58funmanreverting doesn't help though ..
23:14:14funmanjhMikeS: ping
23:18:19lebelliumhello JdGordon , I noticed you made a random value patch, sounds very good but I can't try it as I don't compile anything, just download the builds on the RB website :(
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