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#rockbox log for 2014-08-24

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00:06:35fs-bluebotBuild Server message: New build round started. Revision 223038d, 253 builds, 29 clients.
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00:08:02saratogahow do i close a gerrit task without committing?
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00:09:33pamaurysaratoga: abandon
00:10:04saratogawhere is that option?
00:11:47pamauryYou should have "Review" then "Cherry pick to" then "Abandon Change" then "Rebase change"
00:13:03saratogathats ... special even for git
00:14:10saratogawhat do I type under "Cherry Pick to Branch:"?
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00:14:48pamaurythe name of the branch ?
00:15:22gevaertssaratoga: that's the order of the buttons, not the sequence you have to do :)
00:15:22saratogaSo when I hit cherry pick to, i have to type a branch name
00:16:22saratogamaybe I don't have permission to close tasks?
00:16:24pamaurydon't you see the "abandon change" button ?
00:16:32saratoganot that i can find
00:16:44gevaertsI think you only get it for your own changes
00:16:50fs-bluebotBuild Server message: Build round completed after 615 seconds.
00:18:05franklingevaerts, so you can't close spam tasks?!
00:18:31gevaertsAdministrators presumably can
00:19:08franklinSo, G#604
00:19:28franklinhmm... fs-bluebot isn't working...
00:19:31franklin g#604
00:19:35franklingerrit #604
00:19:41*franklin slaps fs-bluebot
00:19:41fs-bluebotfranklin: ouch!
00:19:56saratogagerrit is probably the most confusing web software i've ever used
00:19:56franklin g#888
00:19:57fs-bluebotGerrit review #888 at : Added 2048 game by Franklin Wei
00:20:03gevaertsfranklin: that's to the sandbox, which is meant for experimenting with git and gerrit
00:20:06franklinhmm... maybe too old?
00:20:16saratoga g#604
00:20:24saratogayeah i guess it ignores those
00:20:29franklinso fs-bluebot doesn't work on sandbox
00:20:30gevaertsfs-bluebot probably only looks at rockbox
00:21:28saratogapamaury: do you want to commit g#916?
00:21:31fs-bluebotGerrit review #916 at : Fuzeplus: fixed brightness settings: previously there were 81 settings for only 28... by Avi Eisenberg
00:21:49pamauryah yeah I forgot about it
00:22:43pamauryit looks fine
00:22:55pamauryexcept I'm not sure if the max backlight value should be 31 or 32
00:23:00pamauryI should test on target
00:24:01franklincan ipod < 4G detect multiple keypresses?
00:25:36saratogai don't think its enabled on those
00:25:55franklinso chip8 can only have 5 keys...
00:26:06saratogaoh i thought you meant HID
00:26:18franklinno, plugins
00:26:19saratogayou mean can you press two buttons at once?
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00:26:28franklincan RB detect that?
00:26:34saratogai think so
00:26:36franklin(like BUTTON_MENU | BUTTON_LEFT)
00:26:40gevaertsYou definitely can't have all combinations, but that's true for most players
00:26:50franklinthen g#904 needs some work
00:26:52fs-bluebotGerrit review #904 at : Improved iPod CHIP8 keymaps and fixed a bug that prevented it from working by Franklin Wei
00:27:22franklinno, G#920, actually
00:27:24fs-bluebotGerrit review #920 at : Improved CHIP8 iPod keymaps, was part of G#904 by Franklin Wei
00:28:04pamauryfranklin: that depends on how the hardware is wired
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00:31:39saratogalooks like the ipod buttons were GPIO directly, so probably you can push all at once
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00:49:03franklinah... but what about 1/2g?
00:49:32franklinwait no... that function handles all 3
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01:28:23franklinDoes anyone here know much about the iPod classic? TheSeven seems to be away
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03:24:56franklinTheSeven: ping
03:26:08franklinhi ecaz
03:26:30*franklin is working on playing music through the piezo on the ipod
03:28:00ecazI'm not sure what that means
03:28:06franklinI have the basic code... just not sure how to control the piezo... I was hoping TheSeven knows
03:28:58ecazuser890104 might know too
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03:32:18fs-bluebotGerrit review #901 at : Speed up database.ignore/unignore processing with rewinddir() by Michael Sevakis
03:33:05franklinecaz, watch
03:33:08*franklin slaps fs-bluebot
03:33:08fs-bluebotfranklin: ouch!
03:33:35*ecaz hugs fs-bluebot
03:33:52*ecaz slaps fs-bluebot with a large trout
03:33:52fs-bluebotecaz: ouch!
03:34:31*franklin slaps fs-bluebot with an iPod classic
03:34:32fs-bluebotfranklin: ouch!
03:34:40*franklin just broke his only DAP
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07:10:07jksIs there an eta on the bug tracker being fixed?
07:12:28saratogaBagder, Zagor: can one of you check on the bug tracker?
07:12:53saratogai'll email them as well
07:17:19saratogajks: from your description on the forums, it sounds like you had a zero track playlist loaded, so when you saved it, the playlist is blank
07:17:44saratogajust testing it on the Zip, if I load a few tracks into a playlist and then add it to the playlist catalog like you described, it works as expected
07:23:13jksYeah I figured out the problem. Its in tree.c
07:24:01jksI can't reply to my own posts because they aren't showing
07:24:17jks if (tc.currdir[1])
07:24:17jks snprintf(filename, sizeof filename, "%s.m3u8", tc.currdir);
07:24:17jks else
07:24:17DBUGEnqueued KICK jks
07:24:17jks snprintf(filename, sizeof filename, "%s/all.m3u8",
07:24:17jks catalog_get_directory());
07:25:15jksIt looks like if the user isn't currently in a directory it is supposed to create all.m3m8 but it doesn't work because now the Create Playlist menu option is inside the Playlists directory view
07:25:55jksSo maybe it needs to check if tc.currdir[1] != "Playlists" or something
07:28:01jksok I found my forum post. I'll reply to it
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11:46:22copperTheSeven: are all your patches for the Classic referenced as gerrit entries on this TODO list?
11:48:52user890104copper: i think so
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11:49:18user890104you can also search gerrit for patches by Michael Sparmann
11:50:04copperright, I just wasn't sure what patches were included in his rockbox build
11:50:48user890104franklin: (for the logs, in case you read them): a good place to start would be
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13:30:32[Saint]I maintain there's no good place to start.
13:30:48[Saint]Given the intention.
13:46:37TheSevencopper: yes, my testing build contains exactly that set of patches
13:47:24copperok cool
13:47:34n1sTheSeven: what's holding you back from pushing the patches (except outstanding comments on the usb driver?)
13:47:37copperI downloaded the patches to incorporate them in my own builds
13:48:09TheSevenn1s: the USB driver doesn't compile yet, but it's the most important one of these patches
13:48:16TheSeventhe other ones are not properly tested nitpicks
13:48:33TheSevensome of which did already cause regressions (in previous versions of the patch)
13:48:47TheSevenso I'd prefer to have those properly tested before pushing
13:49:09TheSeventhe ARMv4 cache coherency thing will likely affect a bunch of other targets and needs testing as well
13:50:55TheSevenand I haven't pushed a single commit since the switch to git, so I'd have to read up on how to do that correctly, and check if I even have permissions to do so (I guess those were never set up on git)
13:51:03TheSevenso dumping all of that into gerrit is just easier for me ;)
13:52:27n1sok, is there anything i should be testing on my classic?
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14:24:02TheSeventest that for regressions with HDD access and power management (especially charging/USB state detection)
14:24:16TheSevenand check how well USB works for you with that build :)
14:24:22coppercharging detection works
14:24:52TheSevenif someone has a firewire ipod cable, i'd be very interested in how it behaves with that
14:24:53copperI could have sworn it was there already, but I guess my memory is failing me
14:25:01TheSevenIIUC it should now be detecting that as a "wall charger"
14:26:13copperbtw, what does "scanning disk" do, after copying stuff over USB and then rebooting?
14:27:20TheSevenI guess that's dircache building a directory tree so that it doesn't have to spin up the disk for file browser navigation?
14:27:23copperthere's still this bug where loading music and skipping tracks is a lot slower right after copying stuff and unplugging, without rebooting
14:27:47copperso slow that audio stops for a while
14:27:52TheSevenhuh? never heard of that before... can you describe in more detail?
14:29:21copperbasically HDD I/O gets *very* slow / sluggish after copying data and unplugging, without reboot the iPod
14:29:56copperit's as if that "scanning disk" process is necessary for proper function
14:30:53copperload file to play -> loading the buffer seems to take forever
14:31:30copperand if you skip the track before it's done, audio will stop for a while, until the I/O process is completed
14:32:41TheSevenassuming that dircache wouldn't be working after USB mode, it should sometimes need to spin up the disk when it otherwise wouldn't, but once the disk is spinning it shouldn't behave much different
14:32:41copperanother thing that is much slower than usual (if you don't reboot), is re-building the database
14:33:16TheSeven(for accessing single files that is, building the database is another kind of workload, I could see reasons for slowness there)
14:33:34TheSevendid that happen without my patches as well?
14:33:46TheSevenand does it happen if you just connect and disconnect USB without actually mounting the drive?
14:33:55copperyes, I've only been running the patched build for a few minutes here
14:34:09copperhmm, dunno
14:34:10TheSevendoes it also happen on other hdd based targets?
14:34:16copperI don't have one
14:34:24copperI don't have another one*
14:34:43TheSevenwell, try to get someone else to check that then ;)
14:34:50TheSeven[Saint]: ?
14:46:46n1sThe the charging detection change is detection of usb wall chargers?
14:47:08copperdetection of charging all together
14:47:28copperdamn my english is bad today
14:49:35n1sthe hold-a-button-while-inserting-cable charging seems to work in the git build i have on my ipod from mid july. It does enter usb mode when plugging in to a wall charger without holding a button though
14:50:02copperI'm sorry, what does holding a button do?
14:52:48n1sit prevents the usb-transfer mode when plugging in usb
14:55:39coppervery nice
14:56:56copperTheSeven: %bc does return 'c' with your patch
14:58:08copperboth on my laptop USB port and on a wall charger
15:00:07n1sTheSeven: usb is working fine with that build for me, my wall charger (not an apple one but a generic one i got with my phone) still makes it enter usb transfer mode though
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16:26:17[Saint]TheSeven: I can't confirm that transfer speed regression at all.
16:30:04TheSevencopper: it still detects USB as USB, regardless of whether it's a PC or not. that needs further work
16:30:12TheSevenbut it should detect firewire as a wall charger now
16:30:28TheSevenn1s: ^
16:30:35bcobcoi have FW but not the cable...
16:31:00TheSeven[Saint]: not a transfer speed regression, but navigation/playback sluggishness after USB connection until the next reboot, probably due to dircache being messed up
16:31:10TheSevenbcobco: same here
16:38:10bcobcofuck apple propietary connectors
16:40:12user890104you should be able to build one, if you have a spare dock connector cable:
16:40:38user890104i made a uart+usb cable out of 2 cables (used pins from the other one)
16:41:24bcobcothats another issue. i only have one appleipod cable. the newer ones are all broken
16:41:52bcobcobroken just where the connector cable begins
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16:43:33bcobcoi will look into it
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17:12:29franklinGit is asking me to merge binary files... how?
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17:15:31franklinTheSeven, how is the OF keyclick different from Rockbox's? It is softer, but how so?
17:15:54TheSevenI have no idea what the technical difference is
17:16:00TheSeventhat remains to be figured out
17:16:24franklinsince I'm running linux and only linux... I can't reinstall OF
17:16:37TheSevenyou can, ipoddfu + ipodscsi are your friends
17:16:46CtcpIgnored 1 channel CTCP requests in 0 seconds at the last flood
17:16:46*franklin thinks it would be immensely useful to have two of the same device
17:16:51franklinTheSeven, how?
17:17:38TheSevengrab apple's recovery image files from phobos, extract them, boot the ipod into DFU, upload WTF using ipoddfu, upload recovery using ipoddfu, wait for it to flash, upload main firmware using ipodscsi
17:17:49TheSevenbasically mimic what itunes is doing
17:18:10franklin[Saint] made it sound like it was only possible with iTunes :)
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17:19:27franklinTheSeven, what's the URL for phobos? .com
17:19:58TheSevengoogle it
17:20:14TheSevenmain firmware can probably be downloaded on fxb's site
17:20:19TheSevennot sure about the recovery files
17:20:22franklinall I get is "greek god"
17:21:24TheSevenadding a keyword such as "apple" or "ipod" to it might help a lot
17:21:30TheSevenseriously, have you never used google before?
17:22:36franklinThere's a broken link to "DJ"
17:23:25franklinand is broken
17:24:39franklinah found it:
17:26:51bcobcofranklin: sudo rm -rf /
17:27:03franklinthat ought to fix everything :D
17:28:41bcobcobetter than duct tape
17:28:49franklinTheSeven, ah... WTF files are inside the .ipsw zip archive :D
17:29:14copperWhat The Fuck?
17:29:27TheSevenwho'd have thought...
17:30:53franklinWhat is supposed to be in the .ipsw archive?
17:31:45TheSevenyou need the WTF*.dfu file, the Recovery*.dfu file and the Firmware.MSE file
17:32:30franklinYeah... they're inside the .IPSW, right?
17:36:06franklinwait... no :D
17:40:29franklinHow do I get the .dfu files?
17:41:16copperDon't Fuck Up? is completely empty...
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18:14:26franklinTheSeven: could I just disassemble the OF to get the info for the sound?
18:14:43TheSevensure, if you manage to find it in that 15MB big blob ;)
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18:15:05HeadWhackerHi is the feature HAVE_PLAY_FREQ currently working? I have some 16/48 ALAC files. I have set the frequency to 48Khz from the settings but the output from Rockbox seems to be still 44.1Khz
18:16:23jhMikeSit should be working
18:18:11bcobcodoes rockbox dsp upsamples 44.1k to 48k ? i would like to understand how this playback freq. setting works
18:18:30jhMikeSit resamples to whatever the output setting is
18:18:39jhMikeSonly if needed of course
18:18:55bcobcook. what algorithm is used in resample?
18:20:37franklinTheSeven, I could just do a grep for the address of TACON in little-endian format :)
18:20:43bcobcothanks jhMikeS
18:21:05franklinTheSeven, and how is it encrypted?
18:21:21HeadWhackerfrom the dsp_sample_output.c outpur_sampr and frequency still show as 44.1
18:22:03jhMikeSHeadWhacker: which target is this?
18:22:03[Saint]Heh. "just" disassembling the OF.
18:22:11[Saint]...this will end well.
18:23:06HeadWhackerjhMikeS: should be Android
18:23:21jhMikeSHeadWhacker: because if your audio driver isn't set up to support 48kHz, simply enabling the stuff won't produce any change
18:23:59bcobcoa.k.a. only in supported targets
18:24:05[Saint]It actually has to be natively capable.
18:24:26bcobco*targets that support it
18:24:33jhMikeSit's NOT enabled if 48kHz is not available
18:24:45HeadWhackerif I force the rate to 48khz in alsa, the playback sound out of sync. The track just play faster than normal
18:25:26jhMikeSbut, if android could allow 48kHz and it actually plays audio at this rate without resampling it it could be worth setting it up
18:26:15[Saint]I'm not aware of any way to ask the host if its supported.
18:26:41[Saint]But there's definitely 48kHz capable Android devices.
18:29:07jhMikeSwhat's important is to know is if it's the actual unresampled output rate
18:29:42jhMikeSyeah, but who would ever need to know that? :)
18:30:31[Saint]I guess this means I'll be spending some time with RMAA later today
18:30:49[Saint]..assuming I don't die of nasty flu greeblies first.
18:32:21[Saint]jhMikeS: upsampled, apparently.
18:33:56bcobcolittle questin: in ipodclassic, how can i fine tune playback speed? (make less sensitive the wheel)
18:37:28copperyou mean seeking
18:37:49coppersetttings, playback, fast forward / rewind
18:38:10jhMikeS[Saint]: well, it gives an example anyway.
18:39:27bcobcoi mean playback
18:40:34bcobcowhile playing in the playback screen
18:40:44bcobcohold the center button for some seconds
18:40:58bcobcono sorry
18:41:51bcobcohuh i dont find that setting now
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18:43:05[Saint]If I had to guess I /think/ he speaks of the pitch screen?
18:43:22bcobcook. while playing screen, hold center button. there its a menu. the last setting: PITCH
18:43:27[Saint]in which case, the directional buttons offer fine grained increment/decrement
18:44:08bcobcoseems that sensitivity changed since old versions
18:44:27[Saint]Nope. It didn't.
18:44:50[Saint]Touchwheel shit hasn't changed in almost forever.
18:45:13bcobcoi remember rate chage from 100% to 94% with no intermediate steps
18:45:25bcobconow there is 0.1%
18:45:29bcobcomaybe my fault
18:46:40bcobcopitch control is maybe the best invention since beer
19:10:09jhMikeSbyte swap macro conflict are such a whack-a-mole
19:18:30copper24 style
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19:57:17xorlyhi all
19:58:13xorlywas anybody here successful when loading some image to STMP3710 using sbload?
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20:19:36pamauryxorly: sbload can load to any stmp37xx
20:20:12pamaurybut if the device using encryption you need to encrypt the image using the right key
20:20:23pamaurywhich device is it ?
20:20:51xorlyteclast x19
20:21:29pamauryah interesting
20:21:40pamaurywhat are you trying to load ?
20:22:01xorlythis one has broken display, so I wanted to try some coding for this HW
20:22:42xorlysome FW found on internet, just as test, but sbloads complains about transfer size
20:22:56[Saint]That's an...interesting...looking device.
20:23:50xorly[Saint] sarcasm?
20:24:13xorlysudo ./sbloader -u 066f:3700 ~/x19/TL-X19-V3.15/
20:24:14xorlyDevice: 066f:3700 @ 3.29
20:24:14[Saint]Its very interesting from a HW perspective.
20:24:16xorlyCannot probe transfer size, please specify it on command line.y
20:24:21[Saint]Its just hideous. ;)
20:24:27pamauryare you running this as root ?
20:24:46xorlyyep, pasted comand and output ^^
20:24:48pamauryah yeah
20:25:11pamauryyou can try to override the transfer size by adding the "-x n" option where n is an integer
20:25:29[Saint]huh - it does APE
20:25:35xorlyI crawled through logs of this channel and someone said, it is 64, but...
20:25:37pamaurymaybe -x 64
20:25:48xorlyTransfer size: 64
20:25:49pamaurywhat happen if you put -x 64 ?
20:25:50xorlytransfer error at init step
20:25:52xorlyError: cannot get status reporty
20:26:10pamaurywhat is you kernel version ?
20:26:39xorlyquite recent
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20:27:12pamauryok, because the device has a bug which old kernels triggered and prevented firmware from being loaded but 3.16 should be fine
20:27:41xorlyhowever dmesg prints: usbfs: process 17647 (sbloader) did not claim interface 0 before use
20:28:08pamauryyeah this message is often printed but it seems to be wrong because the code claims the interface
20:28:27pamaurycould you pastebin the output of lsusb -v -d 066f:3700
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20:31:00pamauryhum, strange that the HID descriptor is not available...does it print the same if you unplug and replug and run lsusb before sbload ?
20:31:01xorlyit is in recovery mode provyded by STMP itself, entered in by holding "E" button when plugging USB
20:31:30pamaurybe sure to run lsusb as root
20:31:54xorlyaaa, my fault :) one more try
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20:35:30pamaurystrange, even this "iInterface 4 (error)"
20:35:49pamauryoh wait
20:36:01pamauryI think you might be running into the kernel bug
20:36:19pamaurybecause there is a work around for stmp3780 but it uses different usb id...
20:37:21pamaurycould you try the recipe here: in the Troubleshooting section
20:37:32pamaury(replace the 0x3780 by 0x3700)
20:37:40pamauryI'm going to check the linux kernel code
20:39:13pamauryyeah there is no quirk for the stmp3700
20:39:30pamauryso you need to apply the "fix" described on the wiki
20:39:59xorlyworking on it, so STMP has some non stardard HID?
20:41:25pamauryit's more likely a bootloader bug: if the kernel probes the HID descriptors too much, it crashes the bootloader
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20:42:49xorlyyay "Status: passed"
20:48:32pamauryI'll try to submit a patch to the kernel
20:50:22xorlycool, kernel contributor
20:50:39pamauryyou might want to use the "permanent fix" if you are to play with your device often
20:51:31xorlythanks, it is ok this way for now
20:53:21xorlywhen image is loaded into device, code is just executed? I just want to test some GPIO toggling and wonder, if some hw initialization is needed or so...
20:54:47pamaurythe image format is very generic, it's made up of sections and each section has instructions which can be "load these bytes here", "jump at this address", "call this address", "go to this section"
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20:55:36pamauryfor the stmp, if you want to play you can use the hwstub tool (in utils/hwstub) which can create a sb image for stmp and you can script it in lua
20:57:14pamauryto use it, go to utils/hwstub/stub/stmp, run make, it should produce a
20:58:10pamaurythen go to utils/hwstub/lib, run make, then go to utils/hwstub/tools, run make
20:58:10pamauryuse sbload with and then run utils/hwstub/tools/hwstub_shell utils/regtools/desc/*.xml
20:58:23pamaurythere are examples of lua files in utils/hwstub/tools/lua
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21:00:15xorlywow, that sounds good, I'll try
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21:26:16xorlypamaury do I have to use arm-elf-eabi-* or could I use arm-none-eabi-* too?
21:26:38pamauryarm-none-eabi should do
21:26:59pamaurybut you might have to tweak some makefiles because there use arm-elf-eabi- by default
21:28:00pamaurywhen I think about I make the Makefile depend on a PREFIX variable which can come from the environment but many makefiles just hardcode it (which is bad)
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22:20:50xorlybtw at Development guide, "open bug reports" link is broken, menu "bugs" link too
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22:22:27franklinxorly, yeah, the tracker seems to be down
22:33:01franklinhmm... does anyone feel like the superdom plugin /really/ needs some cleaning-up?
22:33:34franklinI mean, the AI sucks... it can't build factories/farms... or nukes
22:33:47franklinand from the code, I don't think it can use nukes, either
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22:36:22franklin(and the code is full of gotos/global vars)
22:38:01ikeboyCan someone review g#916? I tested the max brightness on device and it should be 32
22:38:04fs-bluebotGerrit review #916 at : Fuze+: fixed brightness settings: previously there were 81 settings for only 26 possi... by Avi Eisenberg
22:38:14franklinikeboy: ask pamaury
22:38:39pamauryikeboy: I'll review it tomorrow, don't have the device with me right now
22:38:48pamauryI'm unsure whether the max value should be 31 or 32
22:39:43ikeboy32 is correct
22:39:44ikeboyI tried higher, and it loops
22:40:13ikeboyActually, the max is always the same, it's the lower end that is sensitive
22:40:56ikeboyI mean that the highest brightness setting is always a constant brightness, because it corresponds with a 1 in the code
22:41:23ikeboyBut anyway, there are 32 settings that make a difference, plus off.
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23:04:25franklinAnyone have much experience with plugins here?
23:11:15peturrunning fails on my new system, fails during build of arm-ypr0-linux-gnueabi. Known issue? OS = debian testing, 64bit
23:11:47[Saint]petur: best I can do is upload the toolchain for you.
23:12:02[Saint]If you can get this toolchain to build - you're a bloody MIRACLE worker.
23:12:10peturah ok ;)
23:13:59[Saint]bah - NAS isn't...N'ed.
23:14:12peturjust setting up the build client for now so I could live without it too
23:14:12[Saint]Its just an AS.
23:14:25petursure? Not just S?
23:14:51[Saint]Well, its still attached to something by definition. ;)
23:15:43[Saint]uploading the toolchain archive now.
23:15:50franklin[Saint]: the wall :)
23:17:59[Saint]petur: regarding building the thing, myself and at least one other person has attempted to sort out the massive dependency issues and create a deplist - but it only ever got us so far.
23:18:32[Saint]Even after making it apparently happy, compilation still dies with a bullshit error.
23:18:45[Saint]Just ~10 lines further down than it did the last time you tried. ;)
23:19:16[Saint]I managed to compile it on a 32bit system...once.
23:19:17peturit stopped here with ''ptrdiff_t' was not declared in this scope'
23:20:07[Saint]if memory serves it wants specific version of cloog, ppl, and a shittonne of other odd deps.
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23:20:21[Saint]Oh. I also seem to recall it wants both curl and wget.
23:20:29[Saint]Its...a fun script.
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23:23:44franklinDoes anyone have the URL for the iPod classic's DFU files on phobos? is gone now...
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23:48:25user890104franklin: i think i have them "backed up"
23:48:59franklinoh I would love it
23:49:19franklincan I have them please?
23:50:00user890104sure, open
23:50:24user890104then search for: "x~~~~0000_Recovery"
23:50:36user890104where ~~~~ = usb product id of the mode you want
23:50:40franklinah thanks
23:50:58user890104here's the list of recovery modes
23:51:14franklinI know :)
23:51:37copperWTF, man, DFU!
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23:52:04copperhumans and abbreviations
23:52:30franklinuser890104, I can't seem to find "recovery" on the page
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23:54:04[Saint]I can find it 150 times.
23:54:17franklinah must by firefox not searching xml
23:54:33franklinyep it is
23:54:44franklinok, i'll wget it and grep like I should

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