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#rockbox log for 2022-07-11

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16:03:50speachyhuh. looks like GCC12 is triggering more warnings.
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16:12:01speachy_bilgus: do you think you could look at the warnings in the skin code?
16:12:14speachythis ^^ should shut up a couple of the others, at least.
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16:40:52speachyaaand one of my builders was offline. fixed.
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19:17:50speachyoh wow, that's an interesting bug.
19:18:10speachy__builtin: have a look at apps/plugins/xworld/engine.c:296
19:18:15speachy e->vm._fastMode = !&e->vm._fastMode;
19:18:47speachyI don't think the '&' is supposed to be there.
19:33:23speachy g#4607
19:33:25rb-bluebotGerrit review #4607 at : xworld: Fix a really old bug that effectively disabled fast movement by Solomon Peachy
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20:17:13braewoodsspeachy: that's weird code to see. They take the address of it and negate it?
20:17:41braewoodsthat basically evaluates to always false
20:17:51braewoodssince the address is most likely non-null
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20:27:37speachycool, the only warnings left are all in the skin code.
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20:50:25speachythe ones in skin_parser are due to two back-to-back PTRTOSKINOFFSET SKINOFFSETTOPTR calls
20:55:33speachyhuh, 4/5 of those are !SKINOFFSETTOPTR() invocations.
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22:15:20tinybronca[m]hi all I am looking for a DAP that can support 1TB cards, in research I found Fiio M3K but the specs say DC port for power but I really want USB, something else exist?
22:15:26tinybronca[m]speachy: I think you have the Fiio??
22:16:04tinybronca[m]no android/zune
22:28:06braewoodsxduoo x3, if you can find one, probably supports that much over 2 cards. it has dual sd card support.
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22:42:02tinybronca[m]braewoods: thanks for suggestion! But wiki says 2 microSDHC ports not microSDXC
22:42:25tinybronca[m]I would LOVE 2 slots sure but SDHC is 32GB max compared to 2TB max for SDXC which I need
22:51:05tinybronca[m]pamaury does not seem to be here now but speachy has one of these
22:56:55braewoodstinybronca[m]: rockbox supports larger capacity cards.
22:57:05braewoodsassuming they're formatted with FAT32
22:57:19braewoodsi forget what the rockbox limit actually is
22:58:48speachybah. finally fixed the www current day irc page on firefox.
22:59:18speachytinybronca[m]: Rockbox handles up to 2TB per card.
22:59:29speachyie any SDXC. SDUC (>2TB) is not supported.
22:59:59speachyso in theory, the dual-slot X3 can handle up to 2x2TB natively.
23:00:47speachyyou'll need to reformat them as FAT32, that may prove challenging for the larger sizes.
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23:01:12braewoodsindeed. i would suggest putting the cards in an MMC interface device if you can get your hands on one.
23:01:20braewoodslaptops often have one you can accesss under Linux.
23:02:02braewoodsthis way you can issue a quick discard to erase it and then reformat it
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23:02:42braewoodsit'll also clear out any trace of the exfat partition
23:03:22braewoodsi often exploit this to prepare new sd cards
23:03:26speachyI started writing code to support GPT partitions but that had to be put on hold, along with most of my other projects
23:04:31_bilgus well at least someone is doing some work on rockbox I want to but busy busy busy
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23:07:32speachylast week I updated the forum software and gerrit too
23:08:31tinybronca[m]speachy: great thanks, good to know rockbox supports it, but the device needs a controller chip/port that also supports SDXC so it is not just OS limitation
23:08:54speachySD-SDHC-SDXC-SDUC is purely software
23:09:08tinybronca[m]Why do the cards need to be FAT32?
23:09:17braewoodsthat's all rockbox supports
23:09:19speachybecause that's all that rockbox supports
23:09:21braewoodsit has no exfat support
23:09:33speachywell, at least on native targets. some of the newer hosted ones might support exfat.
23:09:42braewoodsthrough the Linux kernel
23:10:05braewoodsrockbox itself has no exfat support. if a target supports it is piggybacking off something elese.
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