Friday, 2017-09-01

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cr1901_modernmithro: https://github.com/cr1901/flterm/commit/9e11d2c7e32cc196b5f7aa6109c9f817d43c91cf00:47
tpbTitle: Add XMODEM support compatible w/ HDMI2USB · cr1901/[email protected] · GitHub (at github.com)00:47
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mithrocr1901_modern: Maybe you could put it into a xmodem.c file?01:58
mithrocr1901_modern: So pull requests?01:58
cr1901_modernmithro: Is a separate file really necessary? It's 180 lines. I thought flterm should be a single-file app02:00
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mithrocr1901_modern: Well, it's a single binary output -- but it doesn't really need to be a single file input...02:02
mithrocr1901_modern: But meh - can deal with that later I guess02:03
cr1901_modernmithro: I'm not going to be able to do much tonight, but did you get a chance to look over my SFL concerns (basically, making a generic SFL implementation and your requirements for HDMI2USB serial file xfer to hold the file in a temporary buffer kinda conflict)?02:05
cr1901_modernmithro: If I add a third protocol, I'll refactor flterm into multiple files- fair?02:05
mithrocr1901_modern: Yeah - SGTM02:06
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mithrocr1901_modern: I've forgotten... did you put it in a doc or bug or something? Or just on IRC?02:06
cr1901_modernmithro: Just IRC. I'll review the log tomorrow and put it into the Google doc02:07
mithrocr1901_modern: That would be good02:07
cr1901_modernmithro: And lastly, did you test the xmodem xfer at all yet :)? Or was the flterm support something you were waiting for before testing02:08
cr1901_modernB/c it _does_ work :P02:08
mithroNope, I was waiting for a pull request....02:08
cr1901_modern(famous last works)02:08
cr1901_modernAhhh okay, well I'll give you everything at once02:09
cr1901_modern(wrt HDMI2USB)02:09
cr1901_modernSounds good?02:09
cr1901_modernmithro: (oops forgot to notify) ^^02:10
mithrocr1901_modern: Sure02:11
cr1901_modernmithro: Thanks... For the past week my sleep schedule has been that of a normal human being, so unlikely I will be around for the next 8 hours or so :(02:17
cr1901_modern(well, for some definition of "normal")02:17
mithrocr1901_modern: Having a more normal sleep schedule is a good thing, so go get some sleep :-)02:17
cr1901_modernWill do :)... and yes I agree. I enjoy having normal sleep :P02:23
mithrocr1901_modern: Oh! Did you get anywhere with the litex timer in QEmu?02:26
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mithro_florent_: Ping?06:58
John_KMithro: any chance to validate the new CypressFx push?07:11
mithroJohn_K: Sure, I can give that a go in a moment - poke me again in 10 if I haven't responded - just in the middle of an email07:12
John_KSounds good07:12
John_KMithro: any luck?07:36
mithroJohn_K: Sorry, only just finished that email...08:07
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John_KK08:08
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mithrorohitksingh_wor1: ping?08:09
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mithroJohn_K: Okay - what do I need to do?08:14
John_KPull latest CypressFX into your Virtualenv or equivalent08:14
John_KIf this works for you, I'll tag a release that you can pin against08:15
John_KTested here against Win10, comes back up as an Opsis device08:15
mithroJohn_K: Should I test against your master version?08:15
John_KYes08:15
John_KSHA de23fb408:15
mithroIs that a SHA for modeswitch or CypressFX2?08:17
John_KCypress08:17
John_KNo changes needed to modeswitch08:17
John_KBeyond initial PR08:17
mithroJohn_K: you should also poke paddatrapper to test08:21
John_KWill do in future08:21
mithrohttps://www.irccloud.com/pastebin/el5SymhL/08:21
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mithrobrb08:22
John_KUgh python 2 vs 3 sorry about that I thought that was fixed08:23
John_KBear with me one second08:23
rohitksingh_wor1mithro: pong!08:40
John_KMithro: tested a fix on python2 and python3 and pushed to CypressFX master08:46
John_KIf you have time for one my test, I think this is the one ;)08:46
John_KMore test that is08:47
mithrorohitksingh_wor1: I now forget what I pinged you about08:47
mithrorohitksingh_wor1: However, what is the best way to log a bug about Numato docs?08:47
mithrorohitksingh_wor1: Lots a bunch of hours this week because I didn't realize the 5V external power on the AC97 pmod board was *required* and not optional08:50
mithrorohitksingh_wor1: I'm working on adding AC97 decoding to sigrok as well - trying to get an audio source working for paddatrapper to interface too08:52
paddatrapperJohn_K: yeah I'm happy to test08:53
rohitksingh_wor1mithro: Yeah it is indeed required :/ best would be to send a mail to [email protected] Any mail there gets converted into a reamaze ticket which would be tracked and resloved. Anoop, Tom or myself would generally answer FPGA related queries08:53
John_KPaddatrapper: are you available to test now?08:54
paddatrapperJohn_K: if you send me instructions I'll be available from about 3 hours time. Haven't really been following the conversation08:55
John_KJust check out the only open PR on hdmi2usb and try to program board as usual08:55
rohitksingh_wor1mithro: from the schematic I can see filtered 5V going into AC97 codec IC...so it is definitely required. Should have been clearly mentioned in the User Manual though08:56
John_KMithro: pretty sure this works now if you repull CypressFX08:56
rohitksingh_wor1mithro: I saw your few commits on libsigrok decoder few days back08:57
mithrorohitksingh_wor1: Oh! that is what I was going to mention09:00
mithrorohitksingh_wor1: Sigrok has a bunch of usb decoders09:00
mithrorohitksingh_wor1: It also doesn't mention how much the 5V will draw09:00
mithrorohitksingh_wor1: And I'm just about to try and connect sigrok to litescope09:00
rohitksingh_wor1mithro: Yeah I was intersted in its USB decoding sometime back, but couldn't get it to work09:01
rohitksingh_wor1mithro: btw I guess we can view .vcd files in pulseview...have you tried it ever? Pulseview's waveform viewer is quite good, and also added advantage of decoders...The .vcd files generated by migen don't work good with Pulseview09:03
mithrorohitksingh_wor1: litescope can already dump sigrok files09:04
rohitksingh_wor1mithro: oh...haven't ever tried/used litescope...I must take a look on litescope then. Been wanting to try it since long. Now is a good excuse to do that09:05
mithroJohn_K: I think its working?09:08
mithrohttps://www.irccloud.com/pastebin/AXMKf9CH/09:08
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mithrohttps://www.irccloud.com/pastebin/tIzcyFfX/09:09
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John_KYay!09:10
John_KI will increment the version number and tag the CypressFX Release09:10
John_Kv0.4 tagged09:14
John_Kmithro: let me know if there is anything else that you think needs to be done here09:16
John_KWill check back in about 8 hours09:16
mithroJohn_K: Did I leave comments on the pull request in the end?09:19
John_KI don't think so09:25
mithroJohn_K: should have a comment now...11:48
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