Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Rockbox 2.0 Feature Freeze
Re: Rockbox 2.0 Feature Freeze
From: Linus Nielsen Feltzing <linus_at_haxx.se>
Date: Wed, 29 Jan 2003 00:20:05 +0100
Holger Lembke wrote:
> So they don't bounce?
They bounce, yes. Debouncing is done by only accepting keys that are
pressed in two consecutive polls.
> Not looking too much into the future and not knowing most of the details
> within the jukebox hardware (especially, how two simultanously pressed keys
> are generated), I would switch to a simple counting scheme, like on a
> standard keyboard.
I think you need to convince us *why* this is better.
> It would only need about 4 bits (5 bit for the future?) to count the
> maximum numbers of buttons imaginable in the near future. The remaining 4
> bits could be status bits like 'comming from remote', 'BUTTON_REPEAT' and
How is this better than the current scheme?
> And a word (the same way it is today) could hold two button presses, so the
> two-buttons-pressed-the-same-time could be handled that way...
> I hope you know what will happen if Archos shipps a Rockbox on the next CD
Yeah. More people will want more features, and we will continue to
develop the features we like, on our spare time, in our hobby project.
Received on 2003-01-29