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#rockbox log for 2015-01-19

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00:39:02[Franklin]is it possible to use clang to build rockbox?
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01:41:18saratoga[Franklin]: maybe a sim or SDL app, but probably not a firmware target without a huge amount of work
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01:58:18JdGordAny ideas why my fuse can't read a 64gb micro sdcard which the of has no issues with?
01:59:23saratogalogf the SD driver and see what it errors out at?
02:00:25saratogathe sd driver isn't all that complex
02:02:33JdGord Time to get a device environment going on my laptop tonight then :)
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02:17:15[Franklin]oh boy... adding sprites to xracer is gonna be *fun*
02:17:30[Franklin]linked lists and memory voodoo and all
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02:31:03[Franklin]I obviously can't have every sprite store a copy of its own bitmap...
02:31:22[Franklin]so something like the Flyweight pattern is needed
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02:32:55foolsh[Franklin]: why not polygons, or hell even crude 3d models?
02:35:05[Saint]I actually thought this was going to be built up for the classic "clusterfuck polys together" method.
02:35:44[Saint]*from the
02:36:03[Saint]There's nothing wrong with that. Its a tried and true method.
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02:39:23[Franklin]foolsh: this isn't really a true 3d system
02:40:00[Franklin]so such models wouldn't be easy to do
02:42:00[Franklin]I suppose I could have a massive sprite sheet, and each sprite object would have a pointer to an object that had the coordinates of the sprite in the sprite sheet
02:42:20[Franklin]UML would really come in handy right now
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02:43:41foolshwhen i said crude, I was thinking a few polygons with some z-depth ordering and maybe some fancy bouncy animations
02:44:15[Franklin]bouncy animations? o.O
02:44:35foolshsure no road is smooth
02:45:50[Franklin]real polys are slow
02:46:29[Franklin]with the method it uses right now, it only needs to solve for the y height based on the z depth
02:46:37[Franklin]and curves are faked with offsets
02:49:11foolshdon't forget even a "real" 3d engine is "fake", you're just a sin and cos away from being able to translate and project objects through any axis, the curves offsets correspond in convincing way to what our eyes percieve.
02:49:46[Franklin]I still think sprites are the way to go
02:50:17[Franklin]I think 3d models are too complex to maintain
02:50:35[Franklin]and plus, it wouldn't mesh well with the existing code
02:55:07[Franklin]I'll get to making sprites now
03:02:19foolshcan rockbox blit a bitmap with a "magic color"?
03:02:34foolshAh I suppose it can I see
03:02:45[Franklin]Transparency you mean?
03:03:30[Franklin]just use #FF00FF and use the transparent bitmap function
03:03:59[Franklin]but... #if LCD_DEPTH >= 16
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03:04:27foolshjust typing/thinking out loud
03:04:57[Franklin]no, why can't I use transparent bitmaps on LCD_DEPTH < 16
03:09:23saratogai still need to figure out how to setup the cross compilers on macos
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09:05:03JdGordon_is logf builds set to dump to disk?
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09:16:45JdGordon_Any ideas where to start logging a uSD card which rockbox apparently doesnt like?
09:17:22JdGordon_the disk activity light flashes on insert/removal so at least something is happening
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09:21:29JdGordon_funman: ping?
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10:28:01JdGordon_funman: anyone that knows the sdcard stuff: is a log of all commands and responses to the external sdcard of the fuze when I insert my 64GB chip that rockbox doesnt like (that the OF does). is the diff to add the logging
10:28:23JdGordon_is there anything else I can log/test that would be useful
10:30:06kugelJdGordon_: did you format to FAT32?
10:31:22JdGordon_of course
10:31:35JdGordon_and wierdly (or not?) it comes up via usb in rockbox
10:32:08JdGordon_oh ffs... does our filesystem code actually care about the mbr partition type?
10:32:49gevaertsYes :)
10:33:12JdGordon_do I want W95 FAT32 or W95 FAT32 (LBA)?
10:33:25JdGordon_0xb or 0xc
10:34:38JdGordon_FFS. thanks kugel :)
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10:36:10kugelworking now?
10:37:19JdGordon_yeah, switched partition type
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16:28:41wodzwhich combinations of buildtypes/advanced options are valid?
16:30:30wodzIs it possible to build bootloader with logf() support for example?
16:31:18wodzseems like not
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18:24:16saratogaanyone mind if I push the DSP effects patch?
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19:46:06saratogaanyone know why core_alloc isn't accessible from warble?
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19:52:00saratogahuh it should be, since tdspeed uses it on warble
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20:00:34saratogaso if i understand correctly, the buflib allocator isn't available in warble, and other things in the codeclib that need dynamic memory just wrap around malloc in warble
20:02:04saratogadoes it make sense to try and do this in warble or should I just disable it since you probably don't need DSP effects from the command line
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20:55:46saratogaimplementing core_alloc and friends for warble would take a bit of time so i'm going to disable these effects in warble for now
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21:03:23saratogathis fixes building warble:
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21:05:44gevaertsThere's no warble define yet? Interesting...
21:12:56gevaertssaratoga: I'm having a quick look to see how hard it is to include buflib in warble
21:13:44thomasjfoxgevaerts: pretty easy, lookt at g#1088
21:13:50fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #1088 at : 3Bring buflib API to the codec API by Thomas Jarosch
21:13:57gevaertsOh :)
21:17:15gevaertsOK, so g#1088 + adding core_alloc.c fixes the build
21:17:19fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #1088 at : 3Bring buflib API to the codec API by Thomas Jarosch
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21:21:24thomasjfoxgevaerts: we could apply parts of g#1088 only, too. Especially the part that add buflib to the codec API
21:21:29fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #1088 at : 3Bring buflib API to the codec API by Thomas Jarosch
21:21:42gevaertsYes, I'm doint that now
21:21:52gevaertsThe opposite :)
21:21:53thomasjfoxah ok
21:22:27thomasjfoxyes, exactly. I don't want that codec API part in until it's decided that it is wanted at all
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21:23:06gevaertsSee g#1134
21:23:10fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #1134 at : 3Enable buflib and core_alloc for warble. by Frank Gevaerts
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21:24:26thomasjfoxhmmm, I don't think it will work yet
21:24:33thomasjfoxat least if buflib code is really called
21:24:42gevaertsOh, it builds. I didn't see if it runs :)
21:24:45thomasjfoxwe need a core_alloc_init() call
21:24:55thomasjfoxcore_allocator_init() to be precise
21:25:19thomasjfoxis the DSP code even execute by warble?
21:25:49*gevaerts doesn't know
21:26:21gevaertsBut even if it isn't, I think I prefer this to more ifdefs in already ifdef-heavy code, but if we do this it should at least be correct
21:27:27thomasjfoxlet me check if warble defines PLATFORM_HOSTED
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21:27:40thomasjfoxif yes, calling core_allocator_init() is easy peasy
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21:30:37gevaertsOK, g#1134 updated
21:30:41fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #1134 at : 3Enable buflib and core_alloc for warble. by Frank Gevaerts
21:30:42kugelwhat's the deal?
21:31:29thomasjfoxnew DSP code uses buflib and there breaks the warble app
21:31:49thomasjfoxtherefore - argh, I can't seem to type properly today :D
21:31:55kugeli see, warble doesnt built
21:32:01gevaertsSo either more ifdefs in the dsp code, or add buflib+core_alloc to warble
21:32:19kugelwarble really shouldnt use buflib
21:32:51gevaertsThere's a reason we're playing around on gerrit first :)
21:32:55kugelremember buflib is just a big a workaround for native targets :)
21:33:30thomasjfoxgevaerts: did you run it on a .mp3 file or so?
21:33:37thomasjfoxJust check if it produces a .wav file from it
21:33:45gevaertsthomasjfox: testing is for other people :)
21:33:52kugelwhat's tdspeed doing?
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21:35:14kugelalso, I won't block this, just thinking it aint the ideal solution
21:36:23*kugel couldnt care less about warble, and also carries buflib in his playbacklib work
21:37:12thomasjfoxgevaerts: alright, warble still works
21:37:57gevaertsthomasjfox: a horrible hack shows that it also can allocate memory
21:38:25thomasjfoxhehe, I probably tested something like the same hack for g#1088 ;)
21:38:29fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #1088 at : 3Bring buflib API to the codec API by Thomas Jarosch
21:39:02gevaertsI hooked one of the new dsp functions to one of the existing options, and added a printf to core_alloc()
21:39:10gevaertsIt allocates, and it doesn't break :)
21:39:47thomasjfoxthe code path in core_alloc.c looks like "#else /*PLATFORM_HOSTED */"
21:39:57thomasjfoxso it naturally flows into that without the PLATFORM_HOSTED define
21:40:12thomasjfox(which is a good default fallback)
21:41:05thomasjfoxvalgrind shows me an uninitialized variable warning in warble + mpa.codec
21:41:19thomasjfoxthe good news: It also does that before the DSP change was committed
21:42:07kugelthomasjfox: btw, great to see you back in action and doing awesome work :)
21:42:57thomasjfoxhehe thanks :) rockbox led to the development of new cppcheck's that again get applied to rockbox :D
21:43:10thomasjfoxone thing I really would wish for in Rockbox in the long run would be unit tests...
21:44:19kugelbut unit tests require a software architecture based on units ;)
21:44:50thomasjfoxwho volunteers to refactor tagcache? :P
21:46:20*kugel looks around
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21:57:27thomasjfoxkugel: there's one thing about buflib_alloc_ex() that I wanted to ask you:
21:57:47thomasjfoxline 514: "size = (size + sizeof(union buflib_data) - 1) /"
21:57:55thomasjfoxdo you have an idea what's the "-1" in there?
21:58:05thomasjfoxit was already part of the original code in the plugin API
22:11:36thomasjfoxgevaerts: do you plan on pushing #1134? looks ok to me
22:11:41fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #1134 at : 3Enable buflib and core_alloc for warble. by Frank Gevaerts
22:12:04gevaertsthomasjfox: I wouldn't mind saratoga's views
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22:31:46saratogagevaerts: looks good to me
22:31:49saratogapush it
22:34:33kugelthomasjfox: it rounding up size to a multiple of sizeof(buflib_data)
22:35:02saratogamight want to mention that it fixes building the DSPs on warble too
22:35:07kugelbecause the string identifier is padded up to the block size
22:35:15saratogaso that ploco notices if he hasn't
22:36:04kugelit's basically doing (x+3)/4
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22:41:29saratogakugel: were you ok with the DX50 clean up?
22:41:34saratogait would be nice to get it out of the android port
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22:43:15thomasjfoxkugel: I still don't get the "-1" :D may be my thinking it blocked since I looked at that code over and over again. "size" is first initialized with "name_len". then we add sizeof(union buflib_data) to it, subtract one and divide it by sizeof (union buflib_data). Later on add five more blocks for additional pointers.
22:43:22thomasjfoxisn't the "-1" rounding *down*"?
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22:44:41thomasjfoxor to put it simplified "10-1/x" will give a lower block size than "10+1/x"
22:46:14thomasjfoxyou mentioned it's because of the alignment of the name (B_ALIGN_UP(strlen(name)+1))
22:46:36thomasjfoxI haven't checked B_ALIGN_UP, but if the pointer is already aligned, isn't that a noop?
22:51:34saratogai just noticed that the DX50 uses software volume controls
22:51:40saratogadoes all hosted targets?
22:53:00thomasjfoxmaemo and the pandora do
22:53:05thomasjfoxnative SDL also
22:53:10thomasjfoxAndroid probably, too ;)
22:53:32saratogaah no, the android app defines PLATFORM_HAS_VOLUME_CHANGE
22:53:48thomasjfoxmight want to check the ypr0
22:54:49thomasjfoxkugel: the "-1" was also in there before the (aligned) name field was even added. See the initial import of the buflib code in your out-of-tree GSoC git tree
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22:56:14saratogahuh the dx50 comments out PLATFORM_HAS_VOLUME_CHANGE
22:56:28thomasjfoxgit blame is your friend
22:56:40saratogawell i committed it :)
22:56:52saratogabut i'm curious why that was disabled when originally ported
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23:32:35saratogaam i the only one concerned that adding the new DSP effects to the R0 somehow freed up 14KB of RAM?
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23:33:47[Franklin]well, lorenzo hasn't noticed :P
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