#qi-hardware IRC log for Tuesday, 2010-07-27

kyakxiangfu: hi02:24
kyakqi-commits: welcome back :)02:46
wolfspraulkyak: :-)02:52
qi-commitskyak: bsd-games: tetris scores is now in /usr/share/games/tetris-bsd.scores; http://qi-hw.com/p/openwrt-packages/01dfb9404:00
kyakwolfspraul: hi :)04:00
wolfspraulwe need to hookup a lot more of the apps as icons in gmenu2x04:06
wolfspraulalso console apps like gnuchess and what not04:06
wolfspraulis tetris already an icon in gmenu2x?04:06
kyakif there was a gui tetris, i think it would've made sense, but this is a console tetris, so does it really make sense to launch it from gui?04:09
bartbeseverything makes sense if you forget about common sense04:09
bartbesbut yeah, that sounds out-of-place04:10
bartbeson the other hand04:10
bartbesdo you still remember windows 3.1?04:10
kyakand actually, it is a good idea to look for gui tetris.. and maybe some other simplistic games :)04:11
kyaki prefer them better than doom and things like that04:11
Action: kyak still scared to play Doom04:11
kyakwhat about windows 3.11? i remember using it once, in days of Win9804:12
bartbesit had shortcuts to console apps04:12
bartbesI think..04:12
kyakyeah, really.. every time i get shoot from behind, i get really nervious04:13
kyakans scared04:13
bartbesI forgot how to trigger the cheats04:13
bartbestyping, I believe04:13
kyakgod on04:14
bartbesadfddqd or something like that...04:14
kyaksomething liek this04:14
bartbesthat was godmode04:14
bartbesidfa and idkfa04:14
bartbesthe memories04:15
bartbesand iddt04:15
bartbesthe classic04:15
kyakyes, i remember sharing the keyboard with my friend.. he was running, i was shooting04:15
bartbesI too see why you could be scared04:16
bartbeswith the aliens popping up from nowhere04:16
bartbesor those times when you hit a switch and there suddenly are like 10 enemies in front of you04:16
bartbesI got good at seeing those invisible bastards04:16
bartbesah.. doom04:17
kyakalso these sounds that seem far away.. my imagination draw pictures of awfull monsters04:17
kyakmuch more awful than this pixelated shit :)04:17
bartbesand the constant lack of ammo04:17
wolfspraulkyak: why not have an icon that launches a console app?04:17
wolfspraulapp is app04:17
wolfspraulhey, it's running on the framebuffer anyway! :-)04:18
kyakwolfspraul: maybe you're right, it's just my opinion04:19
bartbesoh about that04:19
bartbeshow does SDL do its thing?04:19
bartbesfb, or some X server?04:19
bartbeskyak: don't forget that lighting bonus thingy04:20
bartbesthat allowed you to actually see something04:21
kyakit's running in fb; as far as i know, X is only in Jlime currently04:21
kyakbartbes: mmm, can't rememeber that!04:21
kyakinfrared vision?04:21
bartbesit just made everything bright04:22
kyaki think i rememeber something :)04:22
bartbeswhen you had those levels that were only flashing lights04:22
bartbesand you basically saw nothing04:22
bartbesthat powerup temporarily gave you full vision04:23
bartbeswasn't it green-ish?04:23
bartbesor what about "gun 7"04:23
bartbeskill everything within the line of sight04:23
kyaknot this one ? :)04:24
bartbesthat one04:24
kyaki don't think i ever made it so far04:24
bartbesfar enough for?04:25
kyakto find this powerup04:25
bartbesI believe it was hidden somewhere04:27
bartbesand it only existed in one level04:27
bartbes(of the original)04:27
bartbesthough you could always use a cheat04:27
kyakwe should have this game on Ben :)04:28
bartbesit was doom2 only04:29
kyaki remember how i loved playing it and its different variations04:29
kyakdoes anyone have problems compiling ruby (specifically, ruby-openssl)?05:22
kyakexactly this error05:26
kyakseems that something is broken in feeds05:26
rafakyak: so quake, doom, old dos/win scare you.. which else? vim? :)05:36
bartbesemacs scares everyone05:36
bartbes(or should anyway)05:37
rafarm scares people, I know.. that is why nobody uses root user, because rm is around ;)05:37
kyakrafa: i love vim, actually :)05:37
bartbeswhat is there not to love about vim?05:37
kyaki'm not scared of root, i'm scared of "enter" key :)05:38
bartbesso every sentence you type here you freak out?05:38
kyakespecially when it's pressed by accident05:38
bartbesugh I hate that05:38
bartbeswhen you're pressing backspace05:38
bartbesand you hit enter by accident05:38
kyakyep, exactly :)05:38
bartbesand that could work out wrong05:38
bartbessudo rm /a, oh05:38
bartbes<backspace><enter> NOOOOO05:39
rafawhat about ed editor? :=05:39
bartbes(I forgot -rf)05:39
kyaki once typed rm -rf /* to show how cool i'm. And then i pressed Enter for some reason :) luckily, it was not root and i pressed ctrl+c really fast05:39
rafathat would be good to remove innecesary files05:41
wpwrakhmm ... http://www.wirelesspowerconsortium.com/blog/2010/07/24/qi-low-power-standard-is-ready/06:06
wpwraki sense some potential for confusion about "qi"06:06
wolfspraulthere's a lot of qi06:07
wpwrakthe first other that i've heard of. but i guess in china it would be quite popular06:08
bartbesso, ehm06:24
bartbeshow do I navigate the menu?06:24
bartbesenter sends me to settings06:25
xiangfubartbes: [x] --> run the program.06:25
bartbesso ehm06:32
bartbescan I enter a console06:32
bartbesfound it06:32
bartbesI'm actually typing this on a nn08:55
bartbesbeat that!08:55
kyakcool, i've mastered connections to your host's PC screen ;)08:56
kyakssh+screen, isn't it?08:57
bartbeson a vps08:57
kyakwhy not just use irssi directly from Ben? :)08:58
bartbesbecause then I wouldn't be using my ongoing irc session08:59
bartbesso what is the recommended way of turning it off?09:03
kyaksame is every other linux PC, halt09:04
bartbeswell, I'm used to shutdown, but yeah, I've been using halt09:05
bartbesthought maybe there was a better way09:05
bartbeslast question, how much space is there on the device itself?09:05
kyakdf -h09:05
bartbesheh, I just turned it off09:06
bartbesbut I'll check when I boot it up again09:06
Action: FrankBlues waves10:35
bartbeswhat happened to the irc logs?10:51
xiangfubartbes: ? the links works fine here. (http://en.qi-hardware.com/irclogs/latest.log.html)10:55
bartbesthat link isn't on the wiki anymore10:55
bartbesseem I'm looking up where I explained how to autosetup internet over usb10:56
bartbesah there it is10:56
bartbesdoesn't gmu support mp3?11:14
urandom__it does support mp311:15
bartbeswell.. then why does it tell me my music dir is empty?11:16
urandom__but i cant be shipped with mp3 codecs since patent shit11:16
urandom__you need to use the codecs from the dingoo gmu version11:16
bartbesand how do I get those?11:16
bartbesI found them11:17
bartbesyet it still lists my dir as empty11:20
bartbesdo I need to copy libs.dingoo as well?11:21
bartbesor something else?11:21
urandom__you need libmpg123 and mpg123 one in user/lib and one in the dingoo dir if i remember right11:24
urandom__ah mpg123 to /usr/share/gmu/decoders11:25
urandom__libmpg123.so.0 to /user/lib11:25
bartbesshall I copy the others as well?11:27
urandom__if you need them11:27
bartbesthough I have no idea what format mpcdec is supposed to be11:27
urandom__musepack? wel i gues you are not going to need it11:29
bartbesgreat it works11:30
urandom__oh and you have an nanonote now?11:31
bartbesI do11:31
bartbesI'm not emulating one in my head11:32
urandom__i am sure you would be able to :P11:32
bartbesit really is amazingly small11:33
urandom__it might be one of the smallest linux-maschines ever11:35
bartbesnot entirely sure about that11:35
bartbesbut it might be the smallest linux workstation ever11:36
bartbesI mean you have those linux sticks..11:36
bartbesthose with just an ethernet plug11:36
bartbesbut this one has a screen keyboard etc11:36
bartbesbut wait11:37
bartbesif there's a mic11:37
bartbesis there a program to record?11:37
urandom__i never used the mic, no idea11:38
zearbartbes, someone needs to compare it to the zipit211:39
zearbartbes, yes, there is a mic and it works11:40
zearyou have to use it with arecord, if i remember correctly11:41
zearand first turn it on in alsamixer11:41
zearjust watch out for audio feedback (it's too close to the speaker)11:41
bartbeswhat's the a button?11:42
urandom__a button?11:43
bartbesin dgClock11:43
bartbesit says "A: SET"11:43
urandom__LEFTCTRL i gues if it is a dingoo port11:44
zearbartbes, it says that because they forgot to include my translation pack11:44
zearand just compiled the dingux version :P11:44
urandom__look here http://en.qi-hardware.com/wiki/Ben_NanoNote_New_User_Guide#Using_Dingux_software11:44
urandom__i am not sure if dgClock works at all11:45
bartbesand ehm11:45
bartbeswhat is leftctrl?11:45
zearit might be either ctrl, or one of that silly arrow buttons11:45
bartbeswell I'm pretty sure that doesn't work11:46
urandom__i was never able to set the time in dgClock11:47
bartbeswell, fn is the answer11:47
bartbesit uses something else11:47
bartbeswhat I didn't enter11:47
urandom__yeah that happens for me too11:47
bartbesehm well11:48
bartbesit's only a few hours off now :P11:48
urandom__well if you want GUI stuff just use the Jlime distro it might sound hard but it is much better than the gmenu2x crap and has X and matchbox11:49
zearbartbes, just set the time via "date"11:49
zearit reads it from there11:49
bartbeswell no11:49
bartbesbecause that time is correct11:49
bartbesmaybe I need to restart it..11:49
bartbesworks now11:50
bartbesjust set it there11:51
bartbesand restart it11:51
urandom__i just use date to look up the time ^^11:52
bartbesI can't even navigate the explorer...11:53
urandom__bartbes http://en.qi-hardware.com/wiki/Disable_Gmenu2x_autostart ;)11:54
zearbartbes, gmenu2x is broken thanks to me11:56
zearit was a straight port from the dingoo11:56
zearbut qi & dingoonity guys are working together on a new version of gmenu2x11:56
zearexplorer and other things are already fixed in it11:56
zearif you're skilled enough you should be able to compile it from the svn11:56
bartbesI'll start experimenting tomorrow11:57
bartbes.. I think..11:57
bartbesI only got it ~6 hours ago11:57
urandom__"if you're skilled enough" wow that doesnt sound good :P but good you guys are working on a new version11:58
bartbeshow does it decide when to turn off the screen?12:02
zearurandom__, you just need to know how to cross-compile, that's all :D12:02
zearthere should be a Makefile and everything prepared already12:03
zearso all you have to do should be setting up the cross-compiler and typing "make" ;)12:03
ao2hi, a slightly OT question, I am trying to make a SDW-823 MicroSD wlan card work on linux, but on a platform different than Ben Nanonote. I read someone got it working on the nanonote, whom can I ask advice to?12:05
zedstarao2 is it openwrt based? if so the wiki has some instructions12:08
bartbesso ehm, where do I see the image version?12:10
ao2zedstar, I have found that, thanks. But I was hoping to talk to who wrote it, what's Wolfgang Spraul nickname?12:10
bartbesbtw, is qi-hardware.com down?12:10
bartbesoh, it returns12:11
bartbesnot.. really..12:12
zedstarao2 wolfspraul but doesnt look like he is on....anyway im curious to try that wifi card...i saw the blog where someone tested it12:13
bartbesurandom__: do you know how to see current image version?12:14
zedstarao2 what device u got?12:15
ao2zedstar, right now I just inserted it and I've got some mmc errors, not sure if they were because there is no driver or because some other factor: http://pastebin.com/gH0xx42c12:16
ao2the targed device is a Motorola A780 running the openezx.org kernel, it is pxa27x12:16
zedstara02 sorry cant help but i remember reading on the ben it doesnt recognise when inserted and have to boot or something with it in12:17
ao2zedstar, yes, I am booting with the card already inserted12:18
zedstara02 this the guy who tested it http://jirkasnotes.wordpress.com/2010/07/21/wifi-on-the-ben-nanonote/12:19
ao2zedstar, thanks, I'll take a look12:21
zedstara02 says have to insert after boot12:21
bartbesdoes somebody know when the nn turns its screen off?12:22
ao2zedstar, ok, will check that. It's ao2, with the o of ontario, btw :)12:22
zedstarao2 u might as well buy a ben it same price as the card almost ;)12:24
jirka 12:34
bartbesaren't the cross-compile instructions like a little.. short16:47
bartbesand.. lacking?16:47
bartbesthe openwrt site has more details16:48
bartbeswhere do I need to put the source?16:54
bartbesit downloads16:55
urandom__bartbes http://www.tuxbrain.com/en/content/my-first-port-ben-nanonote-gnuchess-howto16:55
bartbesthat really helps16:56
urandom__oh and building the toolchain can take like 10gb space its really ... big16:58
bartbesoh I did that ages ago17:06
bartbesI just created a makefile17:06
bartbeslet's see if it works17:06
jd823592`is Ya still being planned or are there any steps that have been taken to create the prototype17:08
urandom__jd823592` they want first produce and sell some more Bens17:11
urandom__we want see any Yas until next year so yeah they are still planned17:11
tuxbrainjd823592`: what is near to hit the real world is SACK :)17:14
zearbtw: http://humaneinfo.com/index.html17:16
zearthis thing can run wikipedia in a text mode (on something like a terminal)17:16
zearmaybe someone could check it out and see if it can be ported to linux?17:17
urandom__tuxbrain how big is that SACK, would it fit into a nanonote case? ^^17:17
zearso we can have wikireader on the tty, which would be very neat17:17
tuxbrainurandom , don't think I don't have the exact dimensions now but as you can se in the picture http://www.tuxbrain.com/sites/default/files/SAKC_LCD.jpg the lcd is same as we use in ben,17:19
jd823592`tuxbrain: what is SACK? where do i learn more about it?17:20
tuxbrainI'm writing a post right now about it but you can take a look at http://en.qi-hardware.com/wiki/SAKC17:21
zearoh hey, looks like i just built their wikireader binary on x8617:21
tuxbrainas carlos camargo (it designer) says :SAKC is a development board for hardware and software hackers. SAKC has a MIPS processor running at 360MHz, also has an Spartan 3 FPGA. This combination enable many applications like robotics, automation, signal acquisition, and publicity applications. The SW is based on Qi-hardware development, right now there are some distributions available: Openwrt, Debian, Jlime.17:22
urandom__the SACK is pretty intresting having an FPGA and all but not sure what i would do with it17:22
nebajothadd penis ports17:23
nebajothgo to tooowwwnnn17:23
bartbesso ehm17:25
bartbesI can't get it to detect the package17:25
tuxbrainIs using the same heart as Ben but with the power of an FPGA, urandom__ you can see of what the carlos pupils are planing to do with it here, they will fill the info during this academic period http://en.qi-hardware.com/wiki/2010-II/es are in spanish but you can pray to saint Goo to translate17:25
bartbessomething's missing17:26
urandom__cant i have an Ben with an FPGA and 64mb ram and usb host? that would be so awesome17:26
bartbesusb host in itself is nice17:27
bartbesbtw, urandom__, toolchain is only about 75 mb17:30
bartbeswhich is still a lot of space for something I can't get to work :P17:30
urandom__well my whole openwrt dir is 8gb, i looked now17:32
wpwrakurandom__: i don't think the sakc fits inside. if you look at the picture, it's longer. if should also have components under the lcm, so there woul be no open space for the battery17:33
urandom__wpwrak yeah didnt expect it to fit, but an nanonote with FPGA and all would have been awesome17:34
wpwrakit would at lest be something you don't find everywhere ;-)17:34
wpwraknot sure how useful it would be in the ben case, though. i think you need a bit of space for interfaces and such, to do something really useful with the fpga.17:35
wpwrakwell. or maybe make a physics accelerator on the fpga and port crysis ;-)17:36
tuxbrainlet's drop down some expectations here,17:37
tuxbraina) Due price of 64Mb we are taking to use same as ben 32Mb, all in all due it use barelly same apps as ben the actual 64Mb of the prototipe are not really used.17:37
tuxbrainb) usb host, it don't have it by default, but due the advancements on developing the USB on Milkymist on this matter is posible to implemtent the usb host with the FPGA and an aditional chip Navie.17:37
tuxbrainyes same chip is using on arduino boards to interface with USB17:39
lekerneltuxbrain, there's no additional chip for USB17:40
lekernelit's integrated in the fpga17:40
tuxbrainbetter then :)17:40
lekerneland yes the milkymist soc includes an AVR17:40
lekernelnot used as main CPU17:41
bartbesbtw, what lua libs are included by default?17:41
lekernelthe only USB-specific chip on M1 is an analogue transceiver, not much17:41
lekernelall it does is convert 3.3V logic levels to USB-compliant logic levels17:42
tuxbrainlekernel: methril will work on implemnt that usb apart on SACK board :) he is very interested17:42
lekernelthis won't be easy17:42
tuxbrainhe is a clever guy :)17:42
urandom__bartbes just the normal stuff, there are packages for lua-filesystem and sockets17:43
tuxbrainAnd due I'm interested to I will be what here in spanish call a "mosca cojonera" (balls touching fly)17:44
urandom__i cant help but always think about this http://www.aviduratas.de/lisp/meval.html when i read FPGA17:48
Action: urandom__ dreams about a portable lisp-maschine17:48
tuxbrainyeah, this can be a project where SACK can fit :) , SAKC can become a Mips with LISP acceleration by hardware :)17:51
urandom__that would be awesome17:52
qi-commitsDavid Kuehling: imported current gforth package from http://mosquito.dyndns.tv/freesvn/trunk/openwrt/gforth http://qi-hw.com/p/openwrt-packages/c3604e017:55
rohurandom__ http://lisp.soup.io/18:02
urandom__roh lol18:07
tuxbrainroh: loooool18:07
tuxbrainhow lisp programer see other lenguages programes is really fun18:08
urandom__Just because we Lisp programmers are better than everyone else is no excuse for us to be arrogant.    so true18:10
wpwraktuxbrain: aren't the usb host pins of the cpu exported ?18:11
tuxbrainwpwrak: No I think not.18:13
zedstarurandom__ gnu guile (a dialect of lisp) runs on the ben already18:13
wpwraktuxbrain: (lisp) i'm a bit surprised that they actually see them at all :)18:14
tuxbrainwell the have a some angle of vision between ((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((()))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))18:15
urandom__zedstar yeah i know, oh and also we have emacs on ben18:16
zedstarand guile 2.0 out real soon....major improvements18:17
ao2hi, where can I find the kernel repository for the Ben Nanonote? I am interested in the MicroSD wlan card driver in particular, the wiki page mentions openwrt-xburst but there is no link18:18
wpwraktuxbrain: oh, indeed. it uses a different cpu, without usb host :-(18:18
ao2ah, ok, found, sorry fot the noise: http://projects.qi-hardware.com/index.php/p/openwrt-xburst/source/tree/4ff7a9bf6aee1c9bf38a2fc70a44b23fda21a97a/package/ks701018:19
urandom__http://lukewelling.com/wp-content/uploads/2006/08/programmer%20hierarchy.gif so you guys know your place :P18:19
zedstargood to see java way down the chain lol18:20
tuxbrainthe better is the double arrow in the java square :)18:21
zedstaron a similar theme http://kvardek-du.kerno.org/2010/01/how-common-lisp-programmer-views-users.html18:22
urandom__java is the worst language ever18:22
nebajothI made one up that was worse18:22
nebajothmoar like18:24
urandom__i like how c/c++ users are pictured as robots18:24
tuxbrainurandom__:  not so bad man, visual basic is far more worst that java,18:24
nebajothlets use cobol18:25
nebajothprogram evvverrryything in fortran18:25
urandom__never used visual basic, good old BASIC was cool18:25
tuxbrainlet's stop using abstraction layers, let's read the fucking processor datasheet and put directly byte codes18:26
tuxbrainnebajoth: 8E35718:28
tuxbrainshorter an is the same :P18:29
urandom__but writing 10001110001101010111 is more.. hardcore18:30
nebajothhexadecimal is an abstraction layer18:30
nebajothyou hypocriiittee18:30
nebajothJK :D18:32
tuxbrainyou have discovered me , damn , but in that case 0 and 1 is also a layer is 0V and XV (X is whatever voltage the electronic is sensitive for) put your tonge in the rj45 that I will send you a private message heheeheh18:36
nebajothsoz, I switched into 4chan mode18:37
tuxbrainmy palate is not such sensitive to discriminate the porting signal on 220V at 50Hz,18:39
nebajothI smell cowardice!18:40
nebajothit is too warm in this room18:41
nebajothI must depart18:41
tuxbrainhere in spain have a sentence with literal  translation is "boiled cat runs away from cold water" and I have been already in contact with 220V for a while, not funny , so yes you smell it :P18:43
tuxbrainwell I hope he read it on the logs :P18:43
wpwraktuxbrain: "for a while" means during some time. did you guys in barcelona hatch some new kind of addiction ? ;-)18:44
tuxbrainwell, for a while i mean during about one minutes in a half, that I can't deattach my self from the current , better use "once" isn't it?18:47
tuxbrainthat was the by far longest minute on all my life18:48
tuxbrainwithout notice I touch the two poles of a plug deattaching it (I was young about 16) suddenly I was stucked , I will to shot but no noise from mouth, I will to open my hands but no response, arms muscles where titilating at 50Hz per second, luckily one of this titilations finally disconnetcts the plug, secuels.... well I have ended creating a company to sell and promote copyleft hardware :P18:53
wpwraktuxbrain: (longest minute) wow ! so you really did mean "for a while". sounds impressive. not that i'm in any hurry to try anything similar :)19:04
tuxbrainyeah you will end up with no money, and a lot of geeks arround you, not recomended :P19:08
wpwraktuxbrain: to get your flash, you should have chosen drugs instead of electricity. still no money, but girls instead of geeks.19:39
wpwraktuxbrain: of course, give that exposure to electricity has made you a dealer of electronics, one has to wonder what exposure to drugs have done ... :)19:47
tuxbrainhehehe this conversation is getting adults only :P , just a point  drugs and electricity are non excluding :P , I was young remember? :) , about the girls ... well some day I will write my memories and I will tell how I meet my wife and actual mother or my lovely daughter, and add another chapter on how I lose my shyness by "shy overdose" on ficeb (yes search for that word on google).19:47
wpwrak(ficeb) heh, not bad ;-)19:48
qi-commitsDavid K├╝hling: fixed various major and minor build problems.  Host forth build dependency now http://qi-hw.com/p/openwrt-packages/23955b420:11
qi-commitsMaarten ter Huurne: Minimize namespace pollution in MenuSetting class hierarchy. http://qi-hw.com/p/gmenu2x/d082f7f20:46
qi-commitsMaarten ter Huurne: Made MenuSettingMultiString a subclass of MenuSettingStringBase. http://qi-hw.com/p/gmenu2x/961e03020:46
qi-commitsMaarten ter Huurne: Give adjustInput() an empty default implementation and remove empty overrides. http://qi-hw.com/p/gmenu2x/44bed7920:46
qi-commitsMaarten ter Huurne: Added MenuSettingStringBase, an abstract base class for MenuSettingString, MenuSettingFile and MenuSettingDir. http://qi-hw.com/p/gmenu2x/d1d55a720:46
qi-commitsMaarten ter Huurne: Removed duplicate code between MenuSettingFile and its MenuSettingImage subclass. http://qi-hw.com/p/gmenu2x/9d05af220:46
qi-commitsMaarten ter Huurne: Declared methods abstract where possible; moved destructor implementation out of header. http://qi-hw.com/p/gmenu2x/ac3015320:46
qi-commitsMaarten ter Huurne: Remove code duplication between the two constructors of MenuSettingBool. http://qi-hw.com/p/gmenu2x/eff06b020:46
qi-commitsMaarten ter Huurne: Give LinkApp a direct reference to the InputManager object20:46
qi-commitsAndres Calderon: some ethernet phy conections http://qi-hw.com/p/xue/d79faef21:17
qi-commitsAndres Calderon: some ethernet phy conections http://qi-hw.com/p/xue/939c04d21:19
qi-commitsMaarten ter Huurne: Remove Google sparsehash library. http://qi-hw.com/p/gmenu2x/599628f21:47
qi-commitsMaarten ter Huurne: Use tr1::unordered_map instead of google::dense_hash_map in class GMenu2X. http://qi-hw.com/p/gmenu2x/4ddc18921:47
qi-commitsMaarten ter Huurne: Use tr1::unordered_map instead of google::dense_hash_map in SurfaceCollection. http://qi-hw.com/p/gmenu2x/4dade3221:47
qi-commitsMaarten ter Huurne: Minimize namespace pollution by SurfaceCollection class. http://qi-hw.com/p/gmenu2x/c84fea621:47
qi-commitsMaarten ter Huurne: Remove support for exceptions. http://qi-hw.com/p/gmenu2x/c91a19022:09
qi-commitsXiangfu Liu: [xburst] [busybox] add setfont, loadfont, enable shell history http://qi-hw.com/p/openwrt-xburst/c62591b23:27
qi-commitsXiangfu Liu: [xburst] refresh config file http://qi-hw.com/p/openwrt-xburst/8ea4d4723:27
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