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#rockbox log for 2016-12-12

00:00:56[Saint]PLATFORM_HOSTED only gets viewers, right?
00:01:01[Saint]wrt: plugins
00:01:54[Saint]or is that only the case if you don't build against a resolution that happens to be shared by a supported target?
00:03:40[Saint]trying to follow the chain here and it isn't too obvious to me immediately.
00:03:53[Saint]__builtin: plugins are your jam, ^?
00:04:11__builtingive me a sec
00:05:18[Saint]I seem to recall that the case is basically that we just supply viewers and assume that the host will do a much better job with native functions.
00:08:21__builtinit seems that there's a separate SOURCES for app builds
00:09:53__builtinand if there's a keypad it just degenerates to including SOURCES, but if not, only a select subset are built
00:11:21__builtin... which seem to be mostly viewers but also a few games
00:13:15__builtinso there are a couple games built for hosted targets
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00:16:45[Saint]ones that have no hard requirement on fixed size bitmaps I presume.
00:17:07[Saint]I presume boomshine is one of them.
00:18:46__builtinyeah
00:19:05__builtinchopper, clix, and boomshine
00:19:16__builtinand reversi
00:20:00[Saint]does clix have a different common/display name?
00:20:02[Saint]can't recall it offhand.
00:20:25[Saint]Not that I spend a hell of a lot of time in plugin-land. my own builds just disable plugins globally.
00:21:17__builtinjust clix
00:21:29__builtinthe one with a bunch of colored squares
00:22:32__builtinit's pretty similar to "Same Game" in sgt-puzzles
00:22:55__builtinhttp://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/puzzles/js/samegame.html
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00:32:08[Saint]Is it reasonably new?
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00:32:31[Saint]where "reasonably new" == +/- ~36 months or so
00:32:57__builtinprobably not
00:33:43__builtin2009 or so
00:35:48[Saint]Hmmm. I see. Selective memory I guess. I don't recall that name at all.
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01:06:53__builtinwould I be correct in stating that rockbox does not control the entire boot process on most devices?
01:13:03[Saint]Absolutely.
01:20:00[Saint]You could probably go so far as to say on a good chunk of devices it doesn't control any of it. But I suppose that gets artificially inflated somewhat by the sansas and hosted platforms.
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19:44:12[Saint]Hmmmm.
19:44:32[Saint]Why are we getting build round notifications, but no commit notifications?
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19:45:18pamaury[Saint]: no idea, I never quite understood the bluebot magic
19:46:44[Saint]I am writing another bot presently. Well, rather, I am pulling apart a much, much, much more complex bot and stripping it down to the bare essentials we would need.
19:47:16[Saint]I would really love to get a look at bluebot though.
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19:48:46[Saint]One cute thing I noticed is that fs-bluebot doesn't seem to have any magic to determine /where/ it should look for Gerrit tags
19:49:26 Nick [Saint] is now known as g123 (~sinner@rockbox/staff/saint)
19:49:34g123like so
19:49:55g123Hmmm. Interesting.
19:50:21g123g123: testes
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19:50:23fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #123 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/123 : 3Add an alternative analogic touchpad sensitivity setting by Jean-Louis Biasini
19:50:34[Saint]There we go.
19:51:08pamauryinteresting... yeah a new bot with the code would be nice
19:51:15[Saint]I noticed that a couple of days ago when someone's nick set it off.
19:51:20bluebrother[Saint]: that "magic" is simply a regexp :)
19:51:38bluebrotherbut it's not the nick, it's the nick being mentioned
19:51:49bluebrotherr'([rR]eview\s+|[Gg](errit)?) *#?([0-9]+)([^0-9a-zA-Z]|$)'
19:52:29[Saint]right, I should've been more clear. anyway, you've inspired me to ignore "g***:"
19:52:39pamauryI thought the syntax was g#number
19:52:51[Saint]AFAIK, it should be.
19:53:02bluebrotherwell, in the beginning we had g#<number>, but then we also had g<number>, and gerrit<number>
19:53:11[Saint]Aha.
19:53:15pamauryoh, I was never aware of that
19:53:17bluebrotherbut we could simply always require the #
19:53:33pamauryI think most people use the #
19:53:36bluebrotherI've seen g123 being used quite some times.
19:53:37fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #123 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/123 : 3Add an alternative analogic touchpad sensitivity setting by Jean-Louis Biasini
19:53:54bluebrotherbut I don't see a problem in restricting that. Those false alerts are a bit annoying ...
19:53:56[Saint]IIRC, somethingsomethingfoog123 triggers it too.
19:53:57fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #123 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/123 : 3Add an alternative analogic touchpad sensitivity setting by Jean-Louis Biasini
19:54:06[Saint]yeah.
19:54:12bluebrothersure, because it's g<number> ;-)
19:54:27bluebrotherand requiring a space before it breaks (g#<number>)
19:54:30[Saint]no, it's "*g<number>" ;)
19:54:39[Saint]they're distinct.
19:54:40bluebrotheror that :D
19:55:17fIorz\<g[0-9]+ ?
19:55:26bluebrotherand then we had g#<number> as well as g #<number> so ...
19:55:34[Saint]any idea why the commit notifications died?
19:55:56bluebrotherno, they should work.
19:56:12bluebrotherah, commit notification. We only had build notifications from the bot
19:56:13[Saint]they ded. RIP.
19:56:30fIorz(or whatever the regex engine expects for a (left) word boundary)
19:56:45[Saint]Ah, what handles the commit nook notifications? I thought it was bluebot that did that?
19:56:53bluebrotherhmm, last build was ac0fc74 and that was announced in the channel
19:56:55[Saint]*hook
19:57:08[Saint]Oh, I misunderstood.
19:57:26bluebrotherno. I have a build client running on the same box as bluebot, and that build client pushes the notifications to bluebot
19:57:40[Saint]ahhh.
19:57:48[Saint]I wondered how you were doing that.
19:57:50bluebrothersome weird socket interface thingy. I don't like it too much but it works ;-)
19:58:10bluebrotherso when the build client dies the channel notifications stop
19:58:18[Saint]right. makes sense.
19:59:37bluebrotherI should review that code ...
19:59:51[Saint]If a client ends up being so shit that it can't compete in the build system, and never gets passed builds...does it still get notified of the builds?
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20:00:08[Saint]As far as I'm concerned the only really interesting metric is that builds have started.
20:00:15bluebrotherand then there's still that ssl thing about Rockbox Utility open :(
20:00:28bluebrotheryes, I'm forwarding the messages the build client gets from the build server.
20:00:30[Saint]I figure I could abuse the rating system for build clients to artificially kill my clients reputation.
20:00:45bluebrotherand if the build server finds a client to be too slow it simply stops its build and uses another client
20:00:58[Saint]so I never actually get builds, but still get notitfied.
20:01:05bluebrotherbut that's a build server thingy
20:01:05[Saint]cheating, but...should work for what I need.
20:01:39[Saint]well, it is and it isn't. iirc, the reputation is stored client side?
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20:01:59bluebrotherthat's kinda what I'm doing here. Though my client does get builds.
20:02:01[Saint]I'd need to look again but I recall this just being stored in a plain text file client side.
20:02:11bluebrotherit's one of the clients that provide the latex toolchain :)
20:02:14[Saint]I figure I'll just artifically shit the bed.
20:03:26[Saint]it makes some sense for reputations to be stored client side so if a person running a build client fixes their shit up they aren't still ignored by the build system I guess. I may be talking out my ass though.
20:03:40bluebrotherproviding no useable toolchain might work as well :)
20:04:07[Saint]I think if it reports no usable build chain it /does/ get ignored.
20:04:12[Saint]but I might be wrong on that.
20:04:27[Saint]If it does it for too long.
20:05:07gevaertsWhat's this "reputation" you mention?
20:05:49bluebrotherhmm, dev.cgi still shows only 0's when hovering over the state of a build
20:06:10*gevaerts doesn't really understand what [Saint] is proposing
20:06:57[Saint]gevaerts: aren't there client side metrics stored on builds completed and times taken to do so which is used to favor who gets handed what in the next rounds?
20:07:10gevaertsWell, to decide
20:07:12bluebrotherI think he wants to mess with the score of his client to avoid geting builds
20:07:17gevaertsI wouldn't call it "favor"
20:07:18[Saint]right
20:07:38gevaertsBut if you want a notify-only client, why would you give it the same id as a build client?
20:08:39[Saint]I wouldn't. I'd set an entirely new instance up and then just artificially puke on the score/reputation.
20:08:52gevaertsWhy?
20:09:26[Saint]Is there some other way of doing this you're withholding that I'm obviously not aware of with the existing build system?
20:09:47gevaertsDoing what? I still don't get what you're trying to achieve
20:09:57[Saint]I want to know when a build round has been handed out.
20:10:27bluebrotherwhat happens if you try to start a build client that hasn't any useable toolchains?
20:10:29[Saint]for...reasons.
20:11:02[Saint]guess I'll find out after coffee starts to kick in.
20:11:26gevaertsEasy
20:11:37[Saint]Well, do share.
20:11:48bluebrotherjust tried it. Set −−archlist=,
20:11:53gevaertsInstall an obsolete toolchain, and then perl -s rbclient.pl -username=something -password=something -clientname=something -archlist='arm' -buildmaster=buildmaster.rockbox.org -port=19999
20:12:03gevaertsOh, , works? Great!
20:12:23gevaertsBetter than reusing those old compilers I forgot to uninstall :)
20:12:24bluebrotherwell, the client did connect. No idea if it will get any info from the server though
20:12:35[Saint]But won't I need to tell someone what I'm doing so no one culls it from the build system?
20:12:38gevaertsI don't see wht it shouldn't
20:12:51bluebrotherme neither.
20:12:56gevaerts[Saint]: you do get general information about the build round
20:13:14[Saint]semi-regularly non-contributing clients get disabled, I thought?
20:13:16bluebrotherleaving archlist empty didn't work (it tells me I need to provide all arguments). But since it uses toolchain1,toolchain2 ...
20:13:23[Saint]I guess I'd need to say "hey, leave me alone" or so.
20:13:52bluebrotherwhy not just do some cheap builds?
20:14:11gevaertsNo
20:14:22bluebrotherI have my client running mostly to have a client that provides latex, but I also announce sdl. Doesn't hurt, even if the machine is slow
20:14:26gevaertsBroken clients get disabled
20:14:32gevaertsUsually by me, when I notice
20:15:25[Saint]does 'never actually contributes a build, or even tries, ever' not count as broken? If not, sweet.
20:15:28[Saint]But I guess bluebrother is right, I just like to segregate things.
20:16:01bluebrotherjust announce sdl, it will build some checkwps things or so. No biggie
20:16:03gevaertsBroken clients get disabled manually
20:16:09gevaertsThere's no automated system
20:18:06[Saint]it's mildly annoying that I should even need to want to monkey the system like this, but I understand wholeheartedly why it never occurred to anyone to add a hook solely for notification to the build system.
20:19:24gevaertsAll you do is connect and tell the server you have no toolchains
20:19:29gevaertsThat's not *that* terrible
20:20:58bluebrotherI think there was discussion about this (*quite* some time back), and it kinda ended that it would be as simple as running a client that has no usable toolchains
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20:21:43lebelliumpamaury: do you have some things to try out on E580 or A850?
20:21:57[Saint]If you're wondering, bluebrother, I'm not muscling in on your territory - so to speak. Or creating redundancy.
20:22:06[Saint]This bot will only speak when spoken to.
20:22:13[Saint]And even then only in privmsg.
20:22:58bluebrother[Saint]: I have no problem with you running another bot
20:23:19[Saint]I'm sure people would if we were both yelling about build metrics in channel. :)
20:23:36bluebrotherbluebot came to life simply because some people thought it would be useful and I was kinda interested in a programming excercise back then :)
20:23:49bluebrother[Saint]: I'm not people :D
20:24:08[Saint]yeah, it is useful. just making it clear that there's two distinct goals.
20:24:30bluebrotheroh, it's already 5 years ... though I've rewritten it 2 years ago
20:24:44[Saint]primary goal of this is spooky analytics.
20:25:52bluebrotherweee!
20:25:53[Saint]logbot's pervy stalker cousin.
20:26:01*bluebrother hides
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20:33:52pamaurylebellium: yeah, but first you need to build the toolchain
20:34:05pamauryget g#1424
20:34:08fs-bluebot3Gerrit review #1424 at http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/1424 : 3Initial commit for the Sony NWZ linux port and NWZ-E460 (WIP) by Amaury Pouly
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20:41:59lebelliumpamaury: got
20:42:13lebelliumgotten*
20:44:11pamaurylebellium: ok, now make sure you have installed on your system at least libmpfr-dev and libmpc-dev
20:44:35pamauryand libgmp-dev
20:44:54pamauryonce done, to go to tools, run rockboxdev.sh and select the arm-app
20:47:06lebelliumsudo apt-get libmpfr-dev?
20:48:25pamaurysomething like that
20:48:41lebelliumE: Invalid operation libmpfr-dev
20:48:47lebelliumbut not exactly as it should :D
20:49:19pamauryapt-get install
20:56:16lebelliumRBDEV_PREFIX=~/arm-sony-linux-gnueabi ./rockboxdev.sh is OK?
20:58:33pamaurylebellium: actually the toolchain is now call arm-rockbox-linux-gnueabi
20:58:43lebelliumarf
20:58:47pamauryotherwise yes it is ok
20:58:56lebelliumI already run it
20:58:57pamauryI mean it's a small detail
20:59:01pamaurythat's fine
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21:07:45lebelliumhum I don't know if it finally complete or if I mistakenly cancelled it
21:07:55lebelliumROCKBOXDEV: gcc-4.9.4/make
21:07:56lebellium^C
21:07:58lebelliumubuntu@ubuntu-VirtualBox:~/rockbox/tools$
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21:17:37pamaurylebellium: you cancelled (^C) is Control-C
21:17:53lebelliumgrrr
21:18:03pamauryyou can restart from the last step with a special command
21:18:20pamaurycan you pastebin the output of the tool ?
21:19:04lebelliumhttp://pastie.org/private/tvrbqesqxacjyutluvk5xq
21:20:15pamauryRESTART=gcc-stage1 RBDEV_PREFIX=~/arm-sony-linux-gnueabi ./rockboxdev.sh
21:20:34pamauryselect arm-app against and it should restart at the same step
21:21:30lebelliummkdir: cannot create directory `build-gcc-4.9.4': File exists
21:22:34pamauryah you need to rm -rf the build dir
21:22:48pamaurysomething like:
21:22:48pamauryrm -rf /tmp/rbdev-build/build-gcc-4.9.4
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21:36:43lebelliumpamaury: gcc-4.9.4/make lasts forever!
21:37:54pamaurylebellium: you are compiling a compiler! (twice)
21:38:14pamaurythe whole things takes about 45min on my i5 machine
21:38:22lebelliumwhaouh
21:38:37lebelliumI also have a tired i5-540m but in Virtualbox...
21:58:07pamaurybluebrother: what is the "policy" to pull libraries in rbutil ? I'm starting to write a mknwzboot for Sony players and I need some crypto that we don't already have (DES). Currently I'm use libcrypto++, will that be a problem when we add it to rbutil?
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22:15:38edhelashi pamaury :)
22:17:02pamauryhi
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22:39:36lebelliumpamaury: I guess I need your i5. Mine is boring^^
22:43:44pamauryhaha
22:48:47lebelliumpamaury: pff I aborted it again, just at the ened
22:49:09lebelliumROCKBOXDEV: Done!
22:49:10lebelliumROCKBOXDEV: Make sure your PATH includes /home/ubuntu/arm-sony-linux-gnueabi/bin
22:49:12lebelliumubuntu@ubuntu-VirtualBox:~/rockbox/tools$ ^C
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22:49:42lebelliumI just wanted to copy and paste
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22:56:56pamaurylebellium: I think it was done, since it said Done!
22:57:12lebelliumI don't know if I can trust it :D
22:57:31lebelliumcan I check easilyN
22:57:33lebellium?
22:58:34pamauryrun:
22:58:34pamaury/home/ubuntu/arm-sony-linux-gnueabi/bin/arm-rockbox-linux-gnueabi-gcc
22:59:32pamaurysorry
22:59:37pamaury/home/ubuntu/arm-sony-linux-gnueabi/bin/arm-rockbox-linux-gnueabi-gcc -v
22:59:41pamauryand pastebin the result
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23:00:00lebelliumubuntu@ubuntu-VirtualBox:~/rockbox$ /home/ubuntu/arm-sony-linux-gnueabi/bin/arm-rockbox-linux-gnueabi-gcc
23:00:02lebelliumarm-rockbox-linux-gnueabi-gcc: fatal error: no input files
23:00:03lebelliumcompilation terminated.
23:00:07lebelliumah
23:00:52lebelliumhere you are http://pastie.org/private/imj9wvrikgampotnnezv3w
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23:02:45pamauryit looks all right
23:03:06lebelliumgreat
23:03:43pamauryOk, I am still creating the configure entries for the E580 and A850, wait for 5min
23:03:44lebelliumI didn't expect it to last the whole night but at least we can now on serious things from tomorrow :D
23:03:55lebelliumwork*
23:04:01pamauryBut yeah maybe better wait until tomorrow ;)
23:04:20lebelliumyeah, it's already quite late. You're available tomorrow night?
23:04:34pamauryyes, around the same time
23:05:05lebelliumok, thanks for your help and see you
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23:05:32lebelliumI'll read the logs if needed
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23:13:44[Saint]sudo mount -o remount,rw /dev/mmcblk0p1 ; touch /boot/ssh
23:13:50[Saint]sudo mount -o remount,ro /dev/mmcblk0p1
23:14:02[Saint]ah, shit.
23:14:08[Saint]*whistles*
23:17:20pamaurysudo mount -o loop [Saint] [Saint]
23:17:48pamaury;)
23:19:08[Saint]ps ax | grep pamaury
23:19:08[Saint]sudo kill ~pamaury@rockbox/developer/pamaury
23:19:18[Saint]:p
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23:21:23*pamaury is shocked but not killed
23:22:17[Saint]sudo pkill -f pamaury
23:22:25pamauryah damn
23:23:03*pamaury has a patched kernel to intercept the KILL signal
23:26:38__builtinkill -SIGHUP `pidof pamaury`
23:26:58pamauryah that's clever
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