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* All include full bootloader installation!
* X20 lack USB VID/PIDs so cannot be autodetected.
* Benjie T6 (variant/OEM of the Rocker) USB VID/PID unknown.
Move to separate project include file for better readability and reusability.
Update to latest quazip release. Note that quazip is now LGPL and not GPL /
LGPL dual licensed anymore.
Change tracing from qDebug() to use cutelogger, which is available under the
LGPL2.1. This allows to automatically add filename and line number to the log,
and also provides multiple log levels.
Reviewed-by: Dominik Riebeling <Dominik.Riebeling@gmail.com>
When Rockbox Utility is started for the first time, a new version is started or
the user selected to do so on startup a changelog window is shown.
Similar as done with SAPI / MSSP make the current implementation for executable
based TTS engines a base class and create derived classes for each supported
TTS. Removes the need for the implementation to know about the individual TTS
Add support for speaking directly (i.e. without going through a temporary wave
file, currently only used by espeak).
MSSP is accessible via vbs by simply changing the object to be used (both
SAPI5 and MSSP use the ISpVoice COM interface). Add command line parameter to
sapi_voice.vbs to switch the COM object used, and add the necessary
implementation of the SAPI class to Rockbox Utility.
Important: you will need to install the Speech Runtime separately and install
the version matching the bitsize of Rockbox Utility. I.e. you will need to
install the x86 version even on a x64 machine (unless you build a 64bit binary
of Rockbox Utility).
Based on the previous change add a derived class for SAPI4 support. Note that
SAPI4 support had been disabled, so it's also disabled to not show in the
selection dialog for now.
- Move a GUI-only implementation class around.
- Make some strings non-translatable which don't make sense translating.
- Rename internal state in installation class. There is no current build
The Quick Start tab turned out to be used a lot but not explaining what its
functionality actually does, leading to various amount of confusion. The Quick
Start tab and its functionality have been completely removed.
As replacement the reworked Installation tab now includes both the entries from
the old Installation tab (Bootloader and Rockbox) and the Extras tab (Fonts,
Themes, Game files). Each of the items can be enabled or disabled individually,
and the selection is saved in the configuration. The only exception is the
bootloader option, since installing the bootloader is only needed once. To help
with this the bootloader checkbox is automatically enabled if no Rockbox
installation is found, and disabled if one is found. While it would be nicer to
check if the bootloader is actually installed this is not possible for various
players so the implementation simply relies on a Rockbox installation.
This should also make it much easier to update an existing installation.
- the selected themes are not saved.
- it is not possible to detect if the target has the plugins that require
additional game files prior to installation. Thus the "Game files" option is
available for all targets but simply skipped if the plugins are not found.
The "Installation" dialog allows backing up the current installation by
creating a zip file from the .rockbox folder since quite a while. However, this
has the drawback that you need to update your build to create a backup, but
creating a backup might be desireable in other cases as well (before updating
themes, or just for backup reasons). Since the functionality is somewhat hidden
it's also not obvious to users such a functionality exists (most users are
likely to use the "Quick Start" instead).
Implement backup functionality as dedicated dialog placed on the Uninstall tab.
Rename the Uninstall tab to accommodate this.
Create a BootloaderInstallHelper class for handling post installation hints and
creating the installation instance depending on the player model. This removes
the base class handling its derived classes which always has been weird, and
removes the need to change the base class when adding a new installation
method, since the base shouldn't be affected.
Create a new widget which holds the contents of the manual tab and its logic.
Unify its display / download code. Fixes FS#12587, which was caused by
Instead of calling the lame executable use libmp3lame directly. As result, this
simplifies the prerequisites for creating voice clips for Archos devices to
putting the library in the system's search path (Windows: put libmp3lame.dll in
the search path or the same folder RockboxUtility.exe is located in. Linux:
install the library using your systems package manager) and configuration.
This creates a notable encoding speedup on Windows (around factor 6 on my test
setup) and a small speedup on Linux (around factor 1.2).
The implemenatation currently has the following limitations:
- Only enabled on Windows and Linux. On OS X installing the correct dylib is a
bit nontrivial, so using the old command line based method is still in use
- The encoder parameters are currently hardcoded to use the same values the
build system uses.
git-svn-id: svn://svn.rockbox.org/rockbox/trunk@31634 a1c6a512-1295-4272-9138-f99709370657
Create a separate source / header file for each supported encoder and the base
class and rename classes for better readability. This should also make it
easier adding new encoders.
Remove a few trailing spaces while at it.
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Reworked version of FS#12402 by Jean-Louis Biasini.
Since the mkimxboot process takes quite a while which blocks the UI it has been
adjusted to perform the actual firmware patching in a separate process. Various
other small changes have been made to make it fit better into Rockbox Utility's
dialogs / messages and update the code to latest changes.
git-svn-id: svn://svn.rockbox.org/rockbox/trunk@31580 a1c6a512-1295-4272-9138-f99709370657
Instead of building sansapatcher sources directly build and use the library.
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Instead of building the sources directly build and link libipodpatcher.a as
done for other tools.
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Update the chinachip Makefile based on the mkamsboot one, build and link as
library for Rockbox Utility.
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The delegate will be used for the dropdown list and show both mountpoint (left
aligned) and label / size information (right aligned). This improves
readability compared to the previous implementation. Also, the mountpoint
itself is now the text of the combo box and the additional information is in
the Qt::UserRole to avoid having to handle a user entered mountpoint separately
(since previously the mountpoint was stored in Qt::UserRole, but an edited item
would have the value in Qt::TextRole).
Disable editing the combo box entry for release builds, it shouldn't be needed
git-svn-id: svn://svn.rockbox.org/rockbox/trunk@30144 a1c6a512-1295-4272-9138-f99709370657
With the rework of the mountpoint selection the tree browser isn't used
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This change fixes problems with zip files created with newer zip utilities (a
known issue is the iLike theme). QuaZip also allows better feedback during
operations without changing the imported code. Additionally Rockbox Utility and
the Theme Editor are now both using QuaZip; currently Rockbox Utility uses a
copy of the sources, merging them later is planned.
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git-svn-id: svn://svn.rockbox.org/rockbox/trunk@26561 a1c6a512-1295-4272-9138-f99709370657
Move class-less functions in utils.cpp into a new Utils class and make the old
functions static. This prevents clashes with system C functions. Rename some
functions to avoid macro problems (check() is a macro on OS X). Split out the
RockboxInfo class into a separate file.
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Move the source files out of the project file into a project include, and
resort it a bit.
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