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#rockbox log for 2014-09-25

00:00:06franklinhardware failure?
00:00:48franklinweird... happens without the patch, too :O
00:01:23*franklin disassembles
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00:02:17franklinhmm.... it's a call to disk_mount_all
00:02:22franklinat 0x8004D50
00:02:32franklin(which makes sense, it's an ATA error)
00:04:39gevaertssaratoga: we don't specify or test the ndk version anywhere, but the one I installed in March is r9d (so newer than what the wiki requires). What *is* a problem though is the sdk version. We ask and test for 19, but the makefile is more specific. If I ever get an android build, it will fail because I'm on 19.0.3 (which the makefile used to want) but we now expect 19.1.0
00:05:26saratogagevaerts: i wonder if that version is actually required
00:05:27gevaertsIf I tweak that, my setup builds things though, so I expect that any system that builds the android build will build this one
00:05:35franklinbut I suspect hardware failure :(
00:06:06franklinbut fallback is fine
00:06:10gevaertsandroid.make wants 19.1.0, because that's what gets installed if you ask for 19
00:06:47gevaertsIf only they'd have a 19 symlink in that build-tools directory...
00:07:49franklinbut hmm... freeze on unmount in fallback
00:09:46franklin... disk seems fine
00:10:00saratogagevaerts: i'm confused, if android.make already specifies 19.1, how does building android work now?
00:10:14gevaertsIt works on some clients
00:11:02gevaertsIt won't work on mine
00:11:36gevaertsIt depends on when exactly the client was installed
00:11:39saratogabut anyone who could currently build Android would be able to build the DX50? or do i misunderstand
00:12:39saratogaso we could add it as a build target and it'd be no worse than we are now
00:12:43franklin... now it works (in fallback)
00:12:53saratogathen i guess ask people to update their tools as needed
00:13:16gevaertsOr fix the makefile to accept both :)
00:13:52saratogai'm ok with that too
00:14:01saratogabut mainly i'd like to get the port into the build system
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00:14:35franklinsaratoga: g968 is ready :)
00:14:38fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #968 at : 3Ptable: hopefully fix all the warnings, modify actinide/lanthanide behavior once... by Franklin Wei
00:14:51saratogathis one actually builds?
00:15:08franklinyes :)
00:15:30franklingrayscale, color, etc.
00:15:39franklinshould work on monochrome, too
00:16:00fs-bluebotBuild Server message: 3New build round started. Revision 4286419, 254 builds, 31 clients.
00:16:31saratogaand no sooner do i hit commit than i realize its not added to PLUGINS
00:16:31franklinbut first I gotta fix this error
00:16:51franklinstop build
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00:18:36gevaertssaratoga: done
00:23:52fs-bluebotBuild Server message: 3Build round completed after 470 seconds.
00:26:30fs-bluebotBuild Server message: 3New build round started. Revision be9c227, 255 builds, 31 clients.
00:26:38gevaertssaratoga: and makefile fixed too :)
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00:36:06[Saint]saratoga: gevaerts: the call to update Android toolchains went out an age ago.
00:36:17[Saint]AFAIK we've been on 19.1.0 for...yonks.
00:36:50*[Saint] is entirely unsurprised that such a call may have been widely unheeded, though.
00:36:51*gevaerts disagrees
00:36:54gevaertsWe're on 19
00:37:06[Saint]_platform_ 19.
00:37:07gevaertsThe 19.0.3 vs 19.1.0 thing should be entirely transparent
00:37:13[Saint]and no.
00:37:33[Saint]The 19 refers to the API platform.
00:37:37[Saint]not the build tools.
00:37:42gevaertsThen why wasn't the build client mailing list notified?
00:38:00[Saint]I thought it was....oh...hmmm
00:38:04franklinugh... Git headache!
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00:39:09franklinsaratoga: g981
00:39:12fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #981 at : 3Add ptable to SOURCES by Franklin Wei
00:39:35gevaerts[Saint]: anyway, feel free to fix it in a better way, but if we depend on more than API platform, the build system needs to know about that so it can check
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00:40:15[Saint]Aha, it looks like a change JdGordon pushed bumped the version requirement.
00:41:11*franklin tries a vanilla build
00:41:35[Saint]12:27kugelthat is not a new requirement as such, but 19.1.0 is what you get when you install the SDK tools for android-19 nowadays, because google did some updates in the meantime
00:41:35[Saint]12:27kugelit sucks that our makefile needs the hardcoded version
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00:42:12*[Saint] also notes that in new NDK version, regardless of what we check for, the build will fail anyway.
00:42:23[Saint]Google decided to move zipalign.
00:42:37[Saint]And apparently we look for it in a very specific place.
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00:43:06gevaertszipalign is sdk, not ndk
00:43:27[Saint]Either way, it moved.
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00:44:20gevaertsAnyway, if that 19 in 19.1.0 doesn't stand for "what comes with android-19", that's a rather confusing coincidence
00:44:41fs-bluebotBuild Server message: 3New build round started. Revision 515a3c5, 255 builds, 31 clients.
00:44:59*franklin hopes for green
00:46:05[Saint]If you want some real fun you, the API platform seems largely arbitrary.
00:46:15[Saint]There seems to be no good reason not to build with 20
00:46:34gevaertsFor the purposes of android-19 it does, though, and that quote basically says we don't care if it's 19.0.3 or 19.1.0, so I'd say my fix is "correct" at least for now, and we can revisit it when we bump requirements
00:46:34[Saint]symlinking 19/20 "just works" and keeps the build system happy.
00:47:31gevaertsAs I understand it, that should definitely be true for building, unless maybe if you use deprecated things
00:47:40[Saint]The thing that bothers me is that it seems like this was known, but, only by those who actually regularly build for Android.
00:48:17[Saint]I really thought the call did go out for updating requirements after the build requirement was bumped.
00:48:57gevaertsIf requirements are updated, then the toolchain advertised by build clients needs to be updated as well, and that *definitely* didn't happen
00:49:26[Saint]I guess now it would pay to check if the build requirement was bumped for a real reason or not.
00:49:50[Saint]Apparently this happened in may
00:50:26franklingreen :)
00:50:35[Saint]15th, to be precice.
00:50:38*franklin slaps fs-bluebot for not reporting it
00:50:38fs-bluebotfranklin: ouch!
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00:50:48gevaertsfranklin: stop that
00:51:05franklinit didn't say build completed
00:51:27gevaertsAlmost certainly not
00:51:46franklinnot connection
00:51:51franklinPING works
00:52:36gevaertsThe bot has more than just an irc connection. Sometimes build clients get the report from the server late or get disconnected from the server and get no status report
00:53:07franklinah... yes
00:53:16franklinbut still... it's fun slapping the fs-bluebot :)
00:53:56*franklin still needs to resolve that ATA error
00:54:14gevaertsIt's not fun at all. It's repetitive and annoying
00:54:28*franklin stops that
00:55:08franklinand yes... the ATA error is not fun at all :)
00:55:24gevaerts[Saint]: the discussion in May clearly indicates that this is an upstream version bump that we followed because you can't really get the older tools any more, not because the new tools work better for us
00:55:32gevaertsIn my reading, anyway
00:56:08gevaertsAnyway, if we ever get divergent API and tool (major) versions, we can still use the same trick, just based on TOOL_MAJOR_VERSION=19 or some such
00:57:29franklinahh... "vanilla" build straight off build farm also gets ATA error
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00:58:23franklinATA eerror -2147483542, pretty close to 0xFFFFFFFF in 2's complement
00:59:41franklinATA error, not FS error, so that basically rules out the recent FS patch
01:00:23[Saint]gevaerts: aaaaaaaahhhh, right, sorry - I'm all frazzled from shennanigans here. Yeah, apktool disappeared.
01:00:23franklinso I'm thinking that new ATA patch
01:00:30[Saint]And we depended on that for make apk.
01:01:34[Saint](apktool was deprecated ever since this ports inception - I guess someone had to know it would happen, it printed a warning about using it _every time_)
01:02:04foolshapktool is still in the git repo of the adroid sdk somewhere though
01:02:25[Saint]More trouble than its worth.
01:02:33[Saint]We're building fine without it now.
01:02:43[Saint]Its just that apparently only 3 or 4 people knew this.
01:02:49*foolsh needs to setup his android env
01:03:10*franklin needs to get his ipod working again
01:03:41franklinno backtrace :(
01:04:04franklinperhaps running fsck? (filesystem check :P)
01:04:55gevaerts[Saint]: I know about apktool, yes
01:06:17[Saint]zipalign is the new one to worry about:
01:07:34franklinhmm... fsck gives a couple errors, nothin major
01:09:27franklinany ideas?
01:10:47*[Saint] spots more instances of claiming something is ready for commit when the reverse is demonstrably true.
01:10:49[Saint]fun times
01:11:00[Saint]I'm gonna start keeping count.
01:11:01franklinIKR? :)
01:11:08franklinIt's ready...
01:11:08[Saint]...its not funny.
01:11:14[Saint]You should be testing this shit.
01:11:22[Saint]The build system isn't a test bed.
01:11:44*franklin still doesn't get the difference between B+W/monochrome/grayscale
01:12:07[Saint]Its been explained to you, at least twice.
01:12:27[Saint]Perhaps you should either A: listen, or B: stop fucking with things you don't understand.
01:12:35[Saint]Its painful.
01:12:36franklinso monochrome can be turned into grayscale with greylib?
01:12:43franklin(or used as...)
01:13:59*franklin thinks it's like this: monochrome is on/off, gs can go in between?
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01:15:36*franklin still wonders what is wrong with his classic
01:15:47franklinhard disk seems fine after an fsck
01:16:09franklinand I can boot into fallback and mount/umount with no errors
01:16:21franklin[Saint]: have you noticed anything?
01:17:52[Saint]The firmware these disks use is fundamentally broken and they all end up committing suicide eventually.
01:18:09[Saint]Apple knows this, they can't not. They just don't care.
01:18:16franklinbut fallback works
01:18:58[Saint]I dunno. If you compiled the build...I can't rule anything out.
01:19:13franklinnope... download right off build server
01:19:21franklinlatest git HEAD
01:19:25franklin515 something
01:20:14franklinand yes... I extracted it right :)
01:21:47franklinanything I can do? would a new hard drive help?
01:25:30franklin[Saint]: the disk seems fine
01:25:38franklinreally. I can read/write data
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01:29:44*franklin looks for cheap SSDs
01:38:45franklinbut why does fallback work?
01:39:41franklinAHH!!! I/O error!
01:40:41*franklin sees this dying soon
01:45:51saratogais there anyway to get the DX50 build from the build system? guessing the likely file names doesn't work
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02:24:50franklinor mor/join #rockbox-community
02:25:16franklinls -l /dev/
02:25:20franklinahh wrong windo
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03:47:26[Saint]Forum user referring to sd as transflash.
03:47:37[Saint]Welcome to 2001, folks.
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09:43:38dongstranslafhs, lol
09:45:19dongshow do I get this file corruption on shutdown stuff fixed.
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10:21:39gevaertssaratoga: we don't upload android builds. They're going to be signed with different keys, depending on the build client anyway
10:30:06copper01:47:28 UTC <[Saint]> Forum user referring to sd as transflash.
10:30:38copperfor some reason, pretty much every chinese audiophile company refers to it as TransFlash too (TF for short)
10:30:57copperincluding FiiO
10:48:06amiconnmicroSD used to be called transflash before being accepted by the SD card association
10:48:47amiconnAnd that was 2005, not 2001 ;)
10:49:44copperwe know
10:51:42copperthe question is why they keep calling it that
10:53:05gevaertsTo be wrong :)
10:53:11amiconnMaybe because it's shorter when spoken, or to avoid using a trademark protected name
10:54:51copper"microsdxc" does suck.
10:55:42gevaertsIt does, but while I think you can use transflash and sd interchangeably if you want to, sdxc (and probably sdhc) clearly are from the post-transflash era
10:56:00gevaertsSo you can't call a >2GB card transflash as far as I can figure out
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12:37:38wodzpamaury: ping
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14:05:04wodzpamaury: I made some progress in porting hwstub to atj213x. lsusb sees fee1:dead device but there are malformed responses when I look in wireshark. I am not sure where is the problem (is it core misconfiguration, maybe wrong ZLP handling or the cpu running at whooping 7.5MHz is too slow to cope)
14:06:11wodzpamaury: Would you have some time to look at dumps later?
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14:27:14pamaurywodz: sure
14:32:16wodzpamaury: btw. hwstub for atj213x will need some work (once communication is working) as usb core registers are 8bit wide. I wonder how it will behave on regs dump.
14:32:53pamauryah yeah, for the moment the register descriptions assume 32-bit width but I can add support for other sizes
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14:34:44wodzpamaury: This will be only issue if read on unaligned address causes exception. I think we memcpy() things so this should be safe
14:36:53pamauryyeah I used memcpy because it handles (or is supposed to) to align stuff but it would still be a good idea to specify register width if it's different from 32-bit
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14:39:47wodzsome rk27xx registers are 16bit. In dump I have another copy in second halve
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