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#rockbox log for 2014-12-20

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00:11:06franklinhey foolsh did you ever get the string table working?
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00:14:45*franklin wonders if a buffer overflow in a rockbox plugin is a big deal
00:15:00franklinbecause the string table code is loaded with them
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00:23:56franklin\o Strife89
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00:35:18*[Franklin] tries fuzzing the string table loader
00:39:32thomasjfox[Franklin]: what fuzzing tool are you using?
00:50:36[Franklin]/dev/urandom :P
00:50:45[Franklin]and zsh
00:51:20[Franklin]not the fanciest setup, but it works
00:52:12Strife89[Franklin]: The zoom function didn't work for me, at least on the Clip Zip. Haven't tested on my c250 yet.
00:52:30[Franklin]Strife89: are you using the latest patch set?
00:52:52Strife89Most likely not.
00:52:55[Franklin]you need to have scaling and rotation disabled on earlier patch sets for zoom to work
00:53:02[Franklin]only the latest does that for you
00:53:08Strife89Ahh.
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00:58:02thomasjfox[Franklin]: when you could separate the C code into a small test program, you can run afl (american fuzzy lop) against it
00:58:29thomasjfoxbest fuzzer I've seen in a while. It found the further bash shell shock bugs
00:58:34[Franklin]hmm
00:58:44Strife89[Franklin]: Welp, the result is a little back-and-forth-ing to punch in the code, but it works for me!
00:59:22Strife89I can't help test the rest of the game, unfortunately ... as I suck at Another World.
00:59:46Strife89The intro looks pretty smooth on the Zip, though.
00:59:54[Franklin]:)
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01:00:17[Franklin]FPS?
01:00:28Strife89Approx. 25 with Good scaling.
01:00:38Strife89Pretty much never dips below that.
01:00:47[Franklin]fast mode?
01:01:42Strife89Whoops, mistyped
01:01:57Strife8915/16 normally; 20/25 in Fast mode.
01:02:34[Franklin]decent
01:02:46Ivoah[Franklin]: How's z80e coming?
01:02:50Strife89In the death animation with the slug(?) it jumps to 25 in normal mode.
01:03:09[Franklin]the bytecode caps the framerate, so it may jump around when fast mode is disabled
01:03:50[Franklin]Ivoah: haven't touched it recently, been working on xworld instead
01:04:21Ivoah:(
01:04:25Strife89[Franklin]: Yeah, it stays at about 25 no matter what in Fast mode.
01:05:33[Franklin]I guess there needs to be a "medium" mode that's between fast and normal
01:06:36Strife89Might help on a faster target, but 24 FPS is basically the intended frame rate IIRC.
01:07:30Strife89It feels like the same speed as when I tried the SNES version in an emulator
01:07:49[Franklin]Strife89: any feature ideas?
01:07:50Strife89Still can't get past the stinking bear :)
01:08:04[Franklin]lol neither can I :)
01:08:34Strife89Multiple save states and automatic code wheel entry (if that's legal).
01:08:48Strife89Other that that, it looks very good. :)
01:09:37Strife89Hmmm, aspect ratio correction as well, I suppose
01:10:04[Franklin]Strife89: I tried doing that, it didn't work that well :(
01:10:18[Franklin]makes the code way to complex
01:10:21[Franklin]s/to/too/
01:10:22Strife89Ahh
01:10:54[Franklin]the drawing function is already a ~200 line function
01:11:02[Franklin]probably needs a refactor
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01:34:33[Franklin]Strife89: are you using the alternate string table?
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01:37:06[Franklin]OK, pushing the new xworld sources
01:37:17[Franklin]this patch set ups the string table version, so old string tables won't work
01:38:03[Franklin]version 3 english string table can be found at https://mediacru.sh/ww-564hElgEO
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02:29:28thomasjfoxha, git HEAD is running on the N900 again :)
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03:02:19[Franklin]hey [Saint], have you tested out xworld?
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09:27:33[Saint]Ooooohhhhhh...
09:27:46[Saint]apktool, I hate you _soooooooo_ much.
09:27:50[Saint]-_-
09:37:54[Saint]hue hue hue
09:37:59[Saint]huzzah!
09:38:47*[Saint] has a few basic Rockbox triggers baked into Google Search's "OK, Google" functionality
09:39:30[Saint]just 'rockbox stop' and 'rockbox start' for now.
09:40:06[Saint](so 'OK, Google, rockbox stop' etc.)
09:42:49[Saint]Unless there's a much less stupid way of doing it for every keyword/action I add, I need to steal a Google Now native function, and it requires decompiling and recompiling Google Search against <insert_rom_image_here>'s system framework.
09:43:25[Saint]but I could quite probably make a tool that automated the process on a suitable host.
09:44:24[Saint]hmmm, I could possibly do it on-device.
09:44:37[Saint]but live-patching shit is kinda weird.
09:44:43[Saint]anyhoo.
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11:49:48mgrudiznhi, I do have question regarding Iriver ihp120. There is setting called "reduce ticking"
11:50:10mgrudiznon some of headphones there is no ticking at all
11:50:20mgrudiznon some small, and on some big
11:50:43mgrudizncan someone explani me what is the source of ticking?
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11:54:03mgrudiznand I have forgotten about important thing. Ticking is "visible" only when connecting headphones to remote. If there is no remote problem is not pressistant
11:56:20[Saint]yes the manual states this.
11:56:53[Saint]Reduce Ticking. Enable this option if you can hear a ticking sound in your headphones
11:56:53[Saint]when using your remote.
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12:00:13mgrudiznyes
12:00:23mgrudiznbyt what about source of this ticking
12:00:36mgrudizncrappy power source (battery)
12:00:43mgrudiznor maybe hdd
12:00:53mgrudiznI'm just currious
12:01:12mgrudiznand also trying to find correct headphones
12:01:37mgrudiznand I read full manual, but there is no anwser
12:01:42[Saint]If I had to speculate I would guess that its shitty headphones being overly sensitive to the LCD refresh rate.
12:01:44mgrudiznor I'm to silly to find it
12:04:24mgrudiznfrom my prespective no, cause I have tested about 20 headphones
12:04:56mgrudiznand on some cheap like Philips for 40PLN = 10EUR it's great
12:05:08mgrudiznand on 100EUR problem is presistant
12:05:31mgrudiznstill high price do not always means that product is better :)
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12:17:44thomasjfoxJdGordon: might be something for your expertise: [rockbox/apps/gui/skin_engine/skin_backdrops.c:262]: (warning) Comparison of a boolean expression with an integer other than 0 or 1.
12:18:28JdGordon?
12:19:08thomasjfoxI thought you're the skin engine master ;)
12:19:40thomasjfoxcan you check the mentioned line skin_backdrops.c:262 please?
12:19:55JdGordonwhat the FUCK is that line?
12:20:05thomasjfoxif (!backdrops[i].buflib_handle <= 0)
12:20:07*JdGordon doesnt have a checkout currently but thats messed up
12:21:12thomasjfoxlet me git blam eit
12:21:18JdGordonyay, git blame says kugel
12:22:17JdGordonpretty sure that ! should not be there
12:22:29thomasjfoxyep
12:22:37thomasjfoxI thought the same
12:22:54JdGordonis that unconditionally executing?
12:23:12JdGordon0 <= 0 :)
12:23:27JdGordonbuflib_handle will always be non 0
12:24:04thomasjfoxyep, atleast in my small C test program
12:24:23thomasjfoxit's not executed if it's 0 though :P
12:24:44thomasjfoxI'll just remove the "!"
12:24:48JdGordonthanks
12:25:11JdGordonnice catch
12:25:54thomasjfoxcppcheck ;)
12:26:48JdGordonI'm surprised gcc isnt picking that up
12:27:12thomasjfox4.8.3 didn't complain
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14:15:08*pamaury has a Jolla phone :) Maybe i'll try to port rockbox to the Jolla, it shouldn't be a big deal in theory
14:15:27thomasjfoxmaemo port might be a good start ;)
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14:16:54pamauryyeah, in the future though we have the same problem as on other hosted targets: the UI will not be great
14:18:22thomasjfox:D
14:20:52thomasjfoxanyone here with a mini2440 arm board?
14:22:53thomasjfoxbertrik: I've seen you last commited something to backlight-mini2440.c. Are you familiar with the code?
14:23:03thomasjfoxThe backlight brightness handling is fscked up
14:23:06pamaurykugel had I think
14:23:12thomasjfox[rockbox/firmware/target/arm/s3c2440/mini2440/backlight-mini2440.c:53]: (error) Array 'log_brightness[13]' accessed at index 255, which is out of bounds.
14:23:21bertrikno, I know next to nothing about it
14:23:28thomasjfoxthanks anyway :)
14:24:21thomasjfoxit's always good to write random memory into the brightness level register of the backlight :o)
14:25:32bertriklooks like my last change was just adding missing #ifdef , removing unused #include etc.
14:30:41bertrikI'm looking at an update of the bulgarian translation and I wonder about something
14:30:59bertriksome phrases are added, but some existing ones are modified
14:31:39bertrikI have no idea what they mean, or why they were changed, so I wonder if I should just submit the changes
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15:24:45thomasjfoxpamaury: related to sb1: if(!g_key_array[i].method == CRYPTO_XOR_KEY)
15:24:53thomasjfox[rockbox/utils/imxtools/sbtools/sb1.c:440]: (warning) Comparison of a boolean expression with an integer other than 0 or 1.
15:25:12pamauryhum, is method a boolean ? I doubt so
15:25:46thomasjfoxshouldn't that read "if(g_key_array[i].method != CRYPTO_XOR_KEY)"?
15:25:51pamaurylet me check the code
15:26:10thomasjfoxit's a boolean *expression*, not a boolean
15:26:42pamauryahhh, that's clearly buggy code indeed
15:26:55pamauryyeah it should read !=
15:27:28thomasjfoxstill it does the right thing somehow
15:27:35thomasjfoxdo you have the hardware to test the change?
15:28:27pamauryno, the CRYPTO_XOR_KEY is somehow deprecated to be honest but I'm confident
15:28:56pamaurysorry anything other CRYPTO_XOR_KEY
15:29:18pamauryanyway the code below the if doesn't make sense for something which is not a CRYPTO_XOR_KEY
15:29:46thomasjfoxok
15:29:51thomasjfoxdo you want to commit a fix?
15:30:08pamauryyes I'll do it right now
15:30:12thomasjfoxcool
15:33:18thomasjfox[rockbox/utils/zenutils/source/shared/cenc.cpp:212] -> [rockbox/utils/zenutils/source/shared/cenc.cpp:212]: (style) Same expression on both sides of '-'.
15:33:24thomasjfoxlen -= len;
15:33:31thomasjfoxlooks totally bogus to me, too :)
15:34:02pamaurythanks for the hint :)
15:34:02pamauryok let me see this
15:34:13thomasjfoxI think it's just an unused statement
15:34:59thomasjfoxthere are no further code paths / loops executed after that
15:36:09pamauryI think that's just weird code, I don't know why this statement is there
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15:37:56thomasjfoxsame crazy stuff here: [rockbox/utils/zenutils/libraries/zlib123/zlib/zutil.c:305] -> [rockbox/utils/zenutils/libraries/zlib123/zlib/zutil.c:305]: (style) Same expression on both sides of '-'.
15:38:05thomasjfox"if (opaque) items += size - size; /* make compiler happy */"
15:38:59thomasjfoxlet me git blame that, I think it's the poor man's version of "(void)opaque"
15:39:03pamauryhum, that's zlib source code,
15:40:50thomasjfoxheh, it's full of those "make compiler happy" statements :)
15:41:19thomasjfoxI'll leave it untouched, this is just to silence warnings about unused parameters or so
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15:41:34pamauryok, that's ugly style
15:41:44thomasjfoxregaring the "len-len" one: That's a copy'n'paste error from above
15:41:59thomasjfoxit used to be "len -= run_len"
15:43:07pamauryok, but since len is not used afterwards...
15:43:32thomasjfoxI'll remove it
15:44:08thomasjfoxcrap, there is again some stuff in libgme that I have no idea about. Who is the expert on this?
15:44:22thomasjfox[rockbox/lib/rbcodec/codecs/libgme/gb_apu.c:394] -> [rockbox/lib/rbcodec/codecs/libgme/gb_apu.c:382]: (warning) Array 'masks[32]' accessed at index 32, which is out of bounds.
15:44:49thomasjfoxprobably someone with gameboy audio hardware knowledge...
15:45:00pamauryI think it's saratoga
15:45:25pamaurybut git blame is probably your friend
15:45:31pamauryalso check the copyright header
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16:04:20TheLemonManfrom a brief look at the source code it seems to miss some entries, it should have 0x26+1 entries
16:08:43TheLemonManok, it's ok as-is, the reg variable will never go over 22
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16:17:59thomasjfoxTheLemonMan: still the bounds check for "reg" seems wrong, it checks if reg >= io_size. io_size is 0x30 (hex). no?
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16:19:19TheLemonManthomasjfox, the sound hardware is mapped at 0xff10-0xff26, the area where the wave samples are stored is at 0xff30
16:21:30TheLemonManbut feel free to pad the array with 0xff entries to silence those silly code checkers :)
16:22:06thomasjfoxna, that will just bloat the code size ;) thanks for checking
16:23:25TheLemonMana specially crafted gbm could be able to read data from the host though
16:23:55thomasjfoxthat's what I was thinking about
16:24:12thomasjfoxcurrently playing around with the math of the regs...
16:24:31TheLemonMantime to ask for a CVE number then :P
16:24:37thomasjfox:D
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16:27:48[Franklin]"ready"?
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18:34:21pamaurywhat happen to our bot ? why doesn't it display commits anymore ?
18:35:13[Franklin]G#1012
18:35:20[Franklin]aww
18:41:18*[Saint] prods bluebrother
18:41:24[Saint]^ that
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19:20:54*[Franklin] kind of feels that xworld is mature enough to get committed
19:21:04[Franklin]anyone willing to do it?
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20:13:02[Franklin]\o/
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20:16:19[Franklin]foolsh: do you feel xworld is mature enough to commit?
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21:29:53[Franklin]Ivoah: do you want to test xworld?
21:30:07IvoahFor the 4th gen ipod classic? sure!
21:30:15[Franklin]color display?
21:30:27Ivoahnope, it has greyscale
21:30:30[Franklin]:(
21:30:37[Franklin]only color :(
21:30:47IvoahOkay
21:30:53gevaertsWhat's a 4th gen ipod classic?
21:31:08[Franklin]gevaerts: as opposed to an ipod touch
21:31:40gevaertsThat would be a classic ipod then, wouldn't it?
21:32:55[Franklin]gevaerts: you want to commit xworld?
21:34:14[Franklin]manual's done and it should build cleanly
21:35:31foolsh[Franklin]: one thing about xworld, the commit message WIP
21:35:38gevaerts[Franklin]: definitely not today. I bumped my head earlier, and I can't think clearly enough to commit big things
21:35:51[Franklin]facedesking? :P
21:36:33[Franklin]foolsh: do you mind if I recommit with me as author?
21:36:39gevaertsNo, there was a shelf when I got up after looking at the back of the washing machine, and a corner of that shelf apparently was upset at me about something
21:37:37foolshplease do [Franklin]
21:37:57foolshyou've work so hard on it
21:39:43foolshthe gerrit owner will stay as myself, but once it's commited you'll be the author
21:42:02[Franklin]woops, I did it a bit differently
21:42:14[Franklin]new gerrit task: G#1077
21:42:20[Franklin]blue?
21:42:23[Franklin]aww :(
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21:46:19foolshThats fine, unnecessary, but fine. I'll close out the old one
21:47:04[Franklin]git is a jungle of weird words to me
21:47:06[Franklin]author, owner, committer, etc. :)
21:47:26gevaertsgit doesn't know about "owner"
21:47:29foolshthe "owner" only applies to gerrit
21:47:57[Franklin]well, anyone willing to commit?
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21:48:48foolshauthor is set when you "commit −−amend −−author "First Last <email@address.tld>"
21:49:12[Franklin]aha
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22:02:10foolshso [Franklin] what is the goal of the TI-emu?
22:02:20[Franklin]emulate a ti calc :P
22:02:32foolshas an actual tool to graph equations it's over kill
22:03:00[Franklin]no... it's a z80 emulator that also happens to emulate calculator hardware :P
22:03:03*gevaerts thinks [Franklin] should focus on sgt-puzzles
22:03:24*[Franklin] thinks gevaerts should commit xworld :P
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22:03:34foolshfiguring out the key inputs is going to be murder
22:03:51[Franklin]yeah, I don't want to think about it :)
22:04:14[Franklin]there's about 50 keys on a TI calculator
22:04:32[Franklin]rockbox with PLA has 5/6 usable keys
22:05:03[Franklin]hmm...
22:05:14foolshI could rewrite the fuzeplus touchpad driver to present 50 virtual buttons :P
22:05:20[Franklin]lol
22:06:08[Franklin]the ipod click wheel can represent 96 positions :P
22:07:56foolshWhat about panning around a graphic of the ti-calc or reasonable facsimile, using PLA
22:08:27[Franklin]possible, but not easy
22:08:36[Franklin]something like rockpaint, no?
22:09:49foolshmmm, never ran rockpaint before
22:10:12[Franklin]it has a cursor
22:11:44foolshOk just looked not exactly, jump from one button to another would be much richer in the usability department
22:12:08[Franklin]good idea
22:15:19foolshyeah, like the peridic table
22:15:29foolshperiodic*
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23:54:49[Saint]foolsh: [Franklin]: you both seem to be forgetting that we have a (paginated, if need be) virtual keyboard
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23:55:56[Saint]Sure, its horrible to use, but its going to be orders of magnitude less horrible to use than multi-tap input or PLA.
23:56:21[Saint]and, it has the bonus of being /somewhat/ intuitive.
23:57:15[Saint]And before anyone says anything about all the 'unneeded' glyphs in the virtual keyboard, that can be fixed trivially.

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