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digerati1338 05-17-2007 05:27 PM

digibuild branch
 
This is a custom Rockbox build for the SanDisk Sansa e200. I thought I would release it since there don't seem to be very many builds for that right now. I'm trying to keep it un-bloated and applying a minimum number of optimization patches. Since this is the build I use it should be mostly up-to-date with SVN. If you like this build, show your support by helping Rockbox.

This build is not officially supported by the Rockbox team. Any bugs in this build should only be reported here. Patches included in this build may or may not ever be committed to the official Rockbox build.

Latest Update: 2008-01-05
  • FS#8385 - viewports
  • Custom database config file - ogranizes the database better
  • Custom Main Menu
  • video/photo on main menu work now
Patches
For a complete list with flyspray numbers, see
http://e200.digerati1338.googlepages.com/digibuild

  • Custom Main Menu - rearranged with video/photo
  • Bitmap Resize
  • Use Playlist Folder
Themes
  • RettumPodv2 (Album Art)
  • KratoJetVP (Viewports)
  • KratoGlass (Album Art)
  • Wisp
  • Leafy
  • Ocean
  • Passion
  • + more
Font Pack Included
Icon Sets Included

Download
http://digerati1338.890m.com/files/e...2008-01-05.zip

Linux Simulator
http://digerati1338.890m.com/files/e...2008-01-05.zip

cpchan 05-17-2007 05:36 PM

Welcome. The more the merrier. :D

Charles

digerati1338 05-17-2007 05:39 PM

Thanks. I got most of my patch ideas from your and chrisjs's build. You guys do a great job.

Edit: Recent SVN commits are awesome! The sound is incredible and there was just another sansa update for SVN that decreases scrolling lag.

digerati1338 05-22-2007 09:35 PM

I updated to svn as of 5-22. I had to remove the audioAPI patch because it is out of sync. I also added the FM Tuner patch just for fun. If it causes too many problems I will remove it. I also welcome any patch suggestions.

donutman25 05-22-2007 10:14 PM

maybe you can pick up where chrisjs left off and add all the patches that he has in his build plus more :)

suprman2020 05-22-2007 10:32 PM

Digi
Do how to patch ".c" files?
Searched but found no answer anywhere.

digerati1338 05-23-2007 01:28 PM

donutman: I'm adding most of what I think are the important patches, but I don't want to add too many that aren't used often to keep the size down. This also increases simplicity. If there is a specific patch you want added, just post it with a reason and I'll look at it.

Quote:

Do how to patch ".c" files?
If you are asking how to install a patch all you need to do is download it, bring up bash, and run "patch -p0 < patchfile.patch". That will patch all the necessary files.

If you want to make a patch you open bash and run "svn diff file.c > patchname.patch"

kratonator 05-23-2007 02:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by digerati1338 (Post 124776)
donutman: I'm adding most of what I think are the important patches, but I don't want to add too many that aren't used often to keep the size down. This also increases simplicity.

Is space really an issue? I mean even if you add all cpchan's patches and chrisj's together, you still won't have more than 2 MB. Adding more good patches makes Rockbox better so I don't understand why someone shouldn't apply patches if they're actually necessary and available.

chrisjs162216 05-25-2007 05:50 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by donutman25 (Post 124514)
maybe you can pick up where chrisjs left off and add all the patches that he has in his build plus more :)

Afraid I'm not coming back? :)

Fed 05-26-2007 03:16 PM

Does your build allow voice recording and FM recording?

major_works 05-26-2007 04:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Fed (Post 126203)
Does your build allow voice recording and FM recording?

No one's build supports those functions; they haven't yet been worked out on the Sansa.

Fed 05-27-2007 09:08 AM

Is there a way to dual boot Rockbox and the 'original' Hebrew firmware? I just can't seem to get it going.

Jeton 05-28-2007 08:28 AM

How did you change the rockbox logo in the beginning?
I would love to have a personalized logo when rockbox starts.

I just hope it doesn't require to compile it. I'm not familiar with it at all.

chrisjs162216 05-28-2007 09:56 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jetonia (Post 126859)
How did you change the rockbox logo in the beginning?
I would love to have a personalized logo when rockbox starts.

I just hope it doesn't require to compile it. I'm not familiar with it at all.


Can't confirm it, but probably by modifying apps/bitmaps/native/rockboxlogo.176x54x16.bmp

kailash 05-28-2007 03:27 PM

can u add the music led? i love that patch

digerati1338 05-29-2007 08:58 AM

Sorry I've been away for so long. I should be able to get another build up tonight or tomorrow with some more modifications. And the boot image got erased when I reverted source before my last build so I will include that as well.

Quote:

Is there a way to dual boot Rockbox and the 'original' Hebrew firmware? I just can't seem to get it going.
download mi4code from daniel's site. Then run "mi4code decrypt -s Hebrew.mi4 OF.bin" move the output OF.bin file to "/System/OF.bin" and replace the one that is already there. If you want the OF to load by default look at my reverse bootloader.

Quote:

Can't confirm it, but probably by modifying apps/bitmaps/native/rockboxlogo.176x54x16.bmp
Yes, that is correct. The image can have up to about 176x200 dimensions. A little bit is cut of vertically, but I don't remember exactly how much. It does not have to be 176x54, but you still use that filename. After you replace it, you need to compile yourself.

[quote]can u add the music led? i love that patch[/quote
I'll look into it b4 my next build.

New build is up. Didn't have a whole lot of time, but it is more current now and should work a little better.

Fed 06-03-2007 04:10 PM

download mi4code from daniel's site. Then run "mi4code decrypt -s Hebrew.mi4 OF.bin" move the output OF.bin file to "/System/OF.bin" and replace the one that is already there. If you want the OF to load by default look at my reverse bootloader.

I tried to do that, but mi4code gives me an error:

'Unable to decode the file (maybe the key is not known)!

Do you know the key?

digerati1338 06-06-2007 01:43 PM

make sure you have the latest version of mi4code. Judging from that error, I would assume that the hebrew firmware uses a different key than the default firmware and mi4code is not recognizing it.

Back on topic: New build is done. It includes recent SVN commits - FM radio and Recording. It also includes several new themes that come packaged with it. Rockbox on the sansa is really starting to come along well, and I haven't used the OF in several weeks now, aside from USB. I think that is on the summer of code list so that should be fixed soon too.

surpriser 06-07-2007 07:57 AM

digibuild-2007-06-06 archive is broken
 
Hi,

The zipfile of Version 2007-06-06 is broken, I canīt extract it.

surpriser

chrisjs162216 06-07-2007 02:43 PM

Confirmed - The zip file is broken

WinRAR can partially open it, saying unexpected end of archive (maybe the program you used crashed?) but quite a few files are missing


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