#milkymist IRC log for Saturday, 2012-08-04

GitHub110[milkymist-ng] sbourdeauducq pushed 2 new commits to master: https://github.com/milkymist/milkymist-ng/compare/6807dba8bc6f...274a00217ec914:36
GitHub110[milkymist-ng/master] Add ASMIprobe core - Sebastien Bourdeauducq14:36
GitHub110[milkymist-ng/master] bios: asmiprobe command - Sebastien Bourdeauducq14:36
GitHub190[milkymist-ng] sbourdeauducq pushed 1 new commit to master: https://github.com/milkymist/milkymist-ng/commit/1451cad710dfade3c5ce7ab593a9b0419fcc290615:42
GitHub190[milkymist-ng/master] asmicon/multiplexer: correct read-to-write delay to prevent conflicts on the tag bus - Sebastien Bourdeauducq15:42
lekernelphew, last framebuffer bug is gone :) now clean things up a bit and commit...17:04
lekernelor rather... sdram controller bug tickled by concurrent fb+cpu accesses17:04
wpwraknice ! let's hope it keeps the distinguished title of being the last ;-)17:29
lekernelI'm thinking about integrating some of http://c-to-verilog.com/ into the dataflow system... could be nice e.g. for the next TMU/graphics pipeline17:31
lekernel(it's open source now)17:31
wpwrakoh, that sounds very nice ! i've been dreaming of such a thing for a very long time17:32
lekernelone potential problem with this thing is everything is statically scheduled, so it may not play nice when connected to nasty systems with unpredictable latency like shared SDRAM18:11
lekernelthis is why VLIW processors didn't work too well and got beaten up by superscalar OoO designs18:12
larscvliw?18:21
larscVery_long_instruction_word18:21
lekernelyes18:28
lekerneleg http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_i860#Performance_.28problems.2918:29
larsclekernel: I heard you are maybe going to move the ehsm location?18:44
wpwrakchase CCC ?18:49
lekernelsome people proposed it, but I'm not really sure I want it18:50
wpwrakhaving the whole city all for yourself is tempting, eh ? :)18:51
lekernelwell there are more mundane considerations18:52
lekernelfirst, we have an awesome room for free in Berlin, and that was/will be hard to obtain18:52
wpwraksomeone who wants to visit both events should be able to move between them in something like 3 hours anyway. in the same city, it may be one hour. not such a HUGE deal.18:53
larscwpwrak: hamburg<->berlin are 1.5h by train18:54
larscand the C3 venue is 500m from the train station18:54
lekernelthe current location is about 30min away from the usual CCC location, including the walk and an average wait for the S-Bahn18:54
mumptaiwpwrak, despite the higher cost18:54
wpwraklarsc: okay, so maybe 2.5 hours in total ;)18:55
lekernelI'm not very happy they moved it to Hamburg actually... didn't want to cause conflicts, but rather bring a much-needed advanced hardware complement18:55
lekernelc3 is too much about led blinkers etc.18:56
wpwraklekernel: i don't think they moved because of you ;-))18:56
wpwrakyou would have liked the sheer amount of arduino talks at FISL this year ;-) and then some pig^Hc, too :)18:57
lekernelyeah, sure, but in the end there are two conflicting events with somehow related topics in different cities18:57
mumptailekernel, you didn't like blinken-area?18:59
lekernel(and yes, we did try to get in touch with the c3 organizers before, but...)19:00
larscbut nobody responded?19:02
lekernelmumptai: let's say I rather disliked the absence of anything else that would involve FPGAs, ultra high vacuum, molten metal, multilayer PCBs, plasma, etc. (not necessarily all in the same device ;)19:02
mumptaii see, i have a similar concern about arduino in web right now19:03
mumptaiand 95% of it are trivial projects19:04
mumptai(but it makes people happy, resumably, so its kind of okay)19:04
mumptais/resumably/presumably/19:05
mumptaii saw the schematics for the upcoming mm in kicad, are you really moving a way from altium?19:10
lekernelyes19:11
lekernelhopefully the m3 will be an all-kicad design even19:11
mumptaiwow! so kicad is really ready for big stuf now?19:11
mumptai+f19:11
lekernelwe'll find out ;)19:11
mumptaiokay ;)19:12
mumptaithat would be a major step for opensource in the h/w realm19:14
lekernelwpwrak: btw regarding your email I serendipitously met someone from https://www.changers.com/en this Wednesday... interesting for the mechanical design (and 2km from where I live)19:39
wpwraklekernel: ah, they do mechanical work ? very good !19:53
lekernelnot sure yet what amount they do internally, but they got that device done in the end19:56
GitHub58[milkymist-ng] sbourdeauducq pushed 1 new commit to master: https://github.com/milkymist/milkymist-ng/commit/ea4c214790a5133a3f3edca2b1681ad7be2643ee20:54
GitHub58[milkymist-ng/master] asmicon/bankmachine: respect SDRAM write-to-precharge specification - Sebastien Bourdeauducq20:54
GitHub147[milkymist-ng] sbourdeauducq pushed 1 new commit to master: https://github.com/milkymist/milkymist-ng/commit/a5d6ced1810d1d3222316b796254f4c1ab7d61a421:03
GitHub147[milkymist-ng/master] asmicon: fix and simplify refresh grant logic - Sebastien Bourdeauducq21:03
lekernelvoila :)21:03
lekernelif someone wants to test on their board ...21:03
lekerneldoes linux support 10:10:10 framebuffers?21:10
larscno21:14
larscwell maybe on the framebuffer console21:14
lekernelbtw you fixed some stuff in the kernel lately... the openwrt userspace should work now, right?21:15
larscthere is a bug with the system calls in libc, but with that fixed it works21:16
lekerneldo you have a patch?21:19
larscthe workaround is to build with -mmultiply-enabled -mdivide-enabled -mbarrel-shift-enabled -msign-extend-enabled21:21
lekernelah? it should already build with those flags, no?21:21
larscnope21:22
GitHub143[openwrt-milkymist] larsclausen pushed 2 new commits to master: https://github.com/milkymist/openwrt-milkymist/compare/5e8886c85de1...1a637481fe5321:40
GitHub143[openwrt-milkymist/master] lm32: Enable some hw instructions - Lars-Peter Clausen21:40
GitHub143[openwrt-milkymist/master] Merge remote branch 'github/master' into lm32 - Lars-Peter Clausen21:40
lekernelthanks21:41
GitHub85[milkymist-ng] sbourdeauducq pushed 1 new commit to master: https://github.com/milkymist/milkymist-ng/commit/5ef8d5f534e0f6e4300f0215a3495f01ab88bd8321:43
GitHub85[milkymist-ng/master] bios/dataflow: use freeze register - Sebastien Bourdeauducq21:43
GitHub153[migen] sbourdeauducq pushed 1 new commit to master: https://github.com/milkymist/migen/commit/47c341ecdf43c77a32c92e0b73bd344e085b0df321:43
GitHub153[migen/master] flow/isd: add freeze register - Sebastien Bourdeauducq21:43
lekernelhuh? http://pastebin.com/WVauSYf921:58
lekernelwhy does it grab the kernel.org archive *and* does a git clone?21:59
larscbecause!21:59
larscit's a bug, but rather harmless21:59
GitHub22[migen] sbourdeauducq pushed 1 new commit to master: https://github.com/milkymist/migen/commit/5bf19c155f398248ba92a0c721740d6625c0800222:20
GitHub22[migen/master] sim: ensure clean IPC shutdown - Sebastien Bourdeauducq22:20
qi-botThe OpenWrt build has FAILED, see log here: http://fidelio.qi-hardware.com/~xiangfu/build-milkymist/milkymist-openwrt.minimal-20120804-2359/22:25
GitHub99[linux-milkymist] sbourdeauducq pushed 1 new commit to ng: https://github.com/milkymist/linux-milkymist/commit/13d33cd9a62b41db38a978c30c85f04da031ae7522:38
GitHub99[linux-milkymist/ng] Merge branch 'master' into ng - Sebastien Bourdeauducq22:38
GitHub42[linux-milkymist] sbourdeauducq pushed 1 new commit to ng: https://github.com/milkymist/linux-milkymist/commit/6a2f2e4198eaff63ee75f6085ce9f966c47b444122:42
GitHub42[linux-milkymist/ng] sound/soc: remove imx - Sebastien Bourdeauducq22:42
GitHub178[milkymist-ng] sbourdeauducq pushed 1 new commit to master: https://github.com/milkymist/milkymist-ng/commit/42d5e850fe2f3d34ef26996a3a2f7994d929e9d623:15
GitHub178[milkymist-ng/master] framebuffer: disable debugger by default - Sebastien Bourdeauducq23:15
lekernelyay, linux works!23:42

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