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Modified version from ticket, taken from Igor Poretsky's tree, and
further modified to incorporate feedback.
This reverts commit 6f0320a9535bc1aa81d83fa879ac14d5ee603658.
Allow user to select cpu undervolt
There have been quite a few issues across the SANSA AMS line related
to CPU undervolting while most players show greatly increased runtime
Rather than constanly upping the voltage we now have a
setting with a safe value for all players and the option for lower voltages
I plan to add a few other options here later such as disk
timings and maybe some other clocks/experimental settings
Added: Disk Low speed option for AS3525v2 devices cuts
frequency to 12 MHz from 24 MHz
Added: Disk Low speed option for AS3525v1 devices cuts
frequency to 15.5 MHz from 31 MHz
Added: I2c Low Speed AS3525 devices, should be bigger improvement for v1 devices
Fixed: Debug menu for AS3525v2 No SDSLOT frequency,
Showed IDE freq though it is unused
Added: DBOP and SSP underclocking affects display on v1/v2 respectively
Fixed: debug menu now has SSP frequency, and SSP_CPSR
Update: made settings menu more generic
Update: cleaned up code
Added: Clip v1 & Fuze v1 didn't have HAVE_ADJUSTABLE_CPU_VOLTAGE.
not sure why but, waiting on testing to confirm
Added: C200v2 and E200v2 devices and HAVE_ADJUSTABLE_CPU_VOLTAGE.
Fixed: v1 devices don't like display timing set lower (dbop)
v1 devices don't have a divider set for ssp (causes divide by 0)
Fixed: ClipZip display lags with Max SSP divider changed from 0xFE to 0x32
Fixed: v1 devices didn't work properly with highspeed sd cards
Added code from http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/#/c/1704/
Added powersave and IDE interface enable/disable
Added: V2 devices now have powersave enabled on sd interface
Update: cleaned up code, lang defines, added manual entries
Update ssp clock mechanism added calculated ssp divider to clipzip
Update turn display clock off when clip+ turns off display
Fixed: clipzip wrong register for SSP clock
TODO: add other players?
Oops. Apparently I neglected to add this and it's gone unnoticed until
This ports Fabien Sanglard's Chocolate Duke to run on a version of SDL
This makes it possible to play the game while zoomed in. Read the
manual entry if you want to know more.
Calling the menu entry "Backlight Exemptions" as this better describes the functionality.
Adding the German translation.
* Changed keymaps to PLA and added to SOURCES and CATEGORIES file
* improved keymaps: implement wrap-around and key repeat
* change keymap according to screen orientation
* fix font size calculation
* use blocking button query in main loop
* replace tabs with spaces
* added manual entry
* added original author to CREDITS
We're still working on this.
Partially based on `spread0r', an open-source ebook reader: https://github.com/xypiie/spread0r
Similar to Spritz(TM): http://spritzinc.com
More realistic pattern on the body, the old version is underneath,
on the "Old" layer.
Selective backlight allows the user to choose actions that will not
enable the backlight when pressed.
Advanced softlock allows user to choose actions that will not be
blocked by screenlock on devices without a hold button.
Both only occur in FM and WPS Contexts.
Back from the dead
-Cleaned up code, removed unnecessary calls, re-arranged last filter action
timeout conditional to work in case last_filtered_action_tick was never set
-Added entries to the manual
-Fixed back button on some menus not activating backlight
-Made menus more intuitive, no actions selected now changes menu item to off.
-Added talk fuctionality.
-Added option to disable selective backlight while on external power.
-Rewrote backlight and softlock handling code to fix issue with scrollwheels
-Menu changed to have toggle(yes/no) and settings
-Optimized selective actions lookup
-Added option to disable notification of 'buttons locked' while softlocked
-Removed uneeded code, consolidated action lookup to single function
-Fixed incorrect name on selective softlock menu
-Added option to disable touch on touchscreen devices
-Fixed backlight on original screenlock without selective screenlock active
-Added text selection in mask_select for when show_icons is off
-Fixed voice in mask_select to speak if voice is defined instead of spelling
-Added more lang defines (play skip seek)
-Added option to disable unknown keys turning on backlight
-Fixed Conditional argument In wrong place causing players without
backlight to fail to build
-Fixed Disable Unknown blocking detection of context change
-Fixed canceling menu didn't update new settings
-Added Autolock on backlight off
-Removed backlight_on_force from backlight.c, Now sets ignore next to false
and uses backlight_on
-Cleaned up autolock code added strings to lang file
-Fixed issue where rapid presses would bypass softlock
-Removed old softlock code, Cleaned selective actions code
-Changed menu to match existing RB menus
-Fixed Backlight_on_Hold blocked by backlight_ignore_next
-Fixed ignore_next for ipod
-Fixed bug allowing context with softlock to bypass selective backlight
-Changed mask_select to no longer prompt for changes to be saved
-Changed menu names
-Added ignore timeout to allow ipod scroll wheel to work properly and other
players to still work properly, removed some previous code including
-Increased ignore timeout to prevent sd card accesses from interrupting action
code and turning on backlight
-Changed Unknown action to unmapped action in menu, changed handling code
-Removed unneeded logic and variables for handling unfiltered actions
-Reverted unmapped action code to previous functionality
-Added manual entries (thanks JohnB)
-Removed elusive unhandled unicode character from manual, changed formatting slightly
Disable unmapped actions
Disable selective backlight on external power
Disable touch during softlock on touchscreen devices
Disable softlock notifications (power button still notifies)
Autolock on backlight off
Adds a function to ignore backlight on next call
If selected action occurs backlight is forced on,
Filter_first_keypress stays intact.
Selective softlock allows selected actions through, bypasses the normal
previous commit (#1) has attribution for folder_select.c which mask_select
is based from.
Original revision: 5123b1bf68777ffa86e651f178046b26a87cf2d9
MIT Licensed. Some games still crash and others are unplayable due to
issues with controls. Still need a "real" polygon filling algorithm.
Currently builds one plugin per puzzle (about 40 in total, around 100K
each on ARM), but can easily be made to build a single monolithic
overlay (800K or so on ARM).
The following games are at least partially broken for various reasons,
and have been disabled on this commit:
Cube: failed assertion with "Icosahedron" setting
Keen: input issues
Mines: weird stuff happens on target
Palisade: input issues
Solo: input issues, occasional crash on target
Towers: input issues
Undead: input issues
Unequal: input and drawing issues (concave polys)
Untangle: input issues
Features left to do:
- In-game help system
- Figure out the weird bugs
3D "enhancement" is available on all imx233 platform, and also on platforms
with the WM8978 codec (gigabeats) and WM8750 codec (MPIO HD 200/300). I used
different texts for different codecs because (in theory) they do different
This fixes html builds. Don't ask.
* These were automatically generated by Amaury Pouly
* For details read http://www.rockbox.org/irc/log-20160605#20:58:18
* Implements RFC 4226 (HOTP) and RFC 6238 (TOTP)
* Adds sha1.c to apps/plugins/lib (orignally tools/hmac-sha1.c)
* See manual entry for more information
The text is usually only a short description taken from the wiki and
don't contain screenshots or keymaps, but should be better than nothing. :)
Added manual entries:
- Maze (including keymap)
- fix "Clix" alphabetical order
- add Frotz & ZXBox to games preamble
Change 12x12 and 22x22 sized tiles to hand-optimized ones
with better readibility :)
Tile values >= 1024 are abbreviated to "1k", "2k" etc.
This patch fixes some (mostly small) plugin issues with the "big"
YH-keymap patch (a507b). Only one fix affects the main keymaps
(virtual keyboard "DONE" now exits after long key /release/ instead
of long button /press/).
The main "innovation" in this patch are two "virtual buttons"
for the record switch on YH92x targets. When the switch state
changes, a single BUTTON_REC_SW_ON or .._OFF button event will
be generated. Thus keymap code can react on switching, but
not on the actual state of the switch.
Wherever sensible, the following user scheme is applied:
- use PLAY as confirm button
- use REW button or Long REW to exit
- use REC (YH820) or FFWD (YH92X) as modifier key for button combos
These fit by pure chance exactly the YH820 screen :)
* improve manual (hopefully fixes fs#11988). Parts of the
description are taken from fs#10820.
* move ACTION_STD_CONTEXT from alternate select to alternate
menu action, as not all targets have ACTION_STD_MENU
* add menu entries for "Quit" and "Quit without saving"
I copied the direction button description from snake2
manual, as both snakes seem to have the same controls.
No guarantee however :)
Done mainly for use on the simulators page.
- square sine tick and tock sounds (more annoying, more useful;-)
- optical indication of tics on display
- unification of mode of operation for SWCODEC and HWCODEC (tested on simulator)
Both playback and display drawing happen in main loop, always.
- operating in two modes now:
-- 1. classic dumb metronome
--- active when openened as application without file to open
--- the usual functionality with tapping and bpm change
--- controls indicated on display
-- 2. track mode with programmable series of parts
--- active when started as viewer for a .tempo file
--- differing meters (4/4, 3/4, 6/8, etc.)
--- patterns (tick/tock/silence on each beat)
--- smooth tempo changes in those tracks
This version had lots of testing regarding metronome accuracy,
resulting in the realization that PLL A and PLL B differ
on the Clip+, causing drift. There is still drift when the timer
intervall is too small, so I settled on 2 ms as compromise.
This is the final version, after adding documentation and extensive
help from Sebastian Leonhardt testing it on slower hardware (YH820),
where it works up to 650 actual bpm with display indication.
Latest change: Documentation nitpicks.
perceptual bass enhancement
- a bbe-ish group delay corrction with Biophonic EQ boost.
auditory fatigue reduction
-reduce signal in frequency that may trigger temporary threshold shift
-frequency between f(x1) and f(x2) is always bypassed.
-can apply to side only.
This is needed because the version in scrreprt.4ht in debian isn't compatible
with other current bits of the TeX installation.
- Comment keymaps.h
- Tie XWORLD_DEBUG into ROCKBOX_HAS_LOGF to ease debugging
- Fix up the manual a little bit
Reviewed-by: Michael Giacomelli <email@example.com>