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IXUS145/ELPH135 Porting attempt

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Re: IXUS145/ELPH135 Porting attempt
« Reply #70 on: 21 / October / 2016, 00:03:32 »
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Please run tests  described here: http://chdk.wikia.com/wiki/Testing

Testing overrides: Seems to be working fine.

Testing RAW/DNG: 94 test shots, all passed dng_validate

File counter: OK

File folders: OK

Free RAM : About 3MB

Viewport buffers: Zebra looks OK

USB Remote: Works OK

isobase.lua
BASE=200, Set CAM_MARKET_ISO_BASE=200

mftest.lua: passed, log attached

llibtst.lua: passed

setmode.lua: passed

ubtest.bas: passed

MD_tune.bas: AF LED did not turn on (?)

hooktest.lua: passed

Testing PTP: passed 13, failed 0, live view works OK

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Re: IXUS145/ELPH135 Porting attempt
« Reply #71 on: 22 / October / 2016, 11:12:00 »
MD_tune.bas: AF LED did not turn on (?)
Please test with this version.

Did you test remote capture using chdkptp?
« Last Edit: 19 / December / 2016, 19:51:45 by nafraf »

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Re: IXUS145/ELPH135 Porting attempt
« Reply #72 on: 22 / October / 2016, 11:59:29 »
I did test remote capture and live view, both worked OK.

This time MD_tune.bas did run, after a while MD Last 190 / Min 70 / Max 198 / Avg 179

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Re: IXUS145/ELPH135 Porting attempt
« Reply #73 on: 24 / October / 2016, 21:19:46 »
Thanks.
Previous version, in *vid_get_viewport_live_fb() returns:
viewport_buffers[(active_viewport_buffer-1)&3];

Now, please test with versions wich uses:
viewport_buffers[(active_viewport_buffer)&3];  -- ixus145_elph135-100c-1.5.0-4711-0.zip

viewport_buffers[(active_viewport_buffer-2)&3];  --  ixus145_elph135-100c-1.5.0-4711-2.zip

viewport_buffers[(active_viewport_buffer-3)&3];  -- ixus145_elph135-100c-1.5.0-4711-3.zip
« Last Edit: 19 / December / 2016, 19:52:05 by nafraf »


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Re: IXUS145/ELPH135 Porting attempt
« Reply #74 on: 24 / October / 2016, 21:20:11 »
The last one.
« Last Edit: 19 / December / 2016, 19:52:21 by nafraf »

Re: IXUS145/ELPH135 Porting attempt
« Reply #75 on: 11 / November / 2016, 13:46:37 »
Loaded it over the previous version I got a message that the build is expired.
Now I have a little blink of the green led and nothing else.
I formatted the SD with the camera, loaded again the files, used eoscard to make it bootable but get only a brief blink of the green led.

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Re: IXUS145/ELPH135 Porting attempt
« Reply #76 on: 11 / November / 2016, 20:40:32 »
Loaded it over the previous version I got a message that the build is expired.
That sounds you managed to run the new build on your camera (at least once)? I don't expect H-H activating the expiration warning.
FYI, "expired" builds continue to work just fine (not counting the nag screens). "Expiration" is meant to encourage users of test releases to communicate with the developer(s).
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Now I have a little blink of the green led and nothing else.
I formatted the SD with the camera, loaded again the files, used eoscard to make it bootable but get only a brief blink of the green led.
Does the camera work without CHDK (with an unlocked card)?

Re: IXUS145/ELPH135 Porting attempt
« Reply #77 on: 19 / November / 2016, 02:58:36 »
Sorry for the late reply but it seems that notifications doesn't worked.

Yes, if I unlock the card the camera start and works. Testing with another card but using Stick.jar instead of EOScard.exe to have autostart got me to a working CHDK. So it seems that EOScard doesn't work well.


Re: IXUS145/ELPH135 Porting attempt
« Reply #78 on: 19 / November / 2016, 12:43:09 »
I formatted the SD with the camera, loaded again the files, used eoscard to make it bootable but get only a brief blink of the green led.
So it seems that EOScard doesn't work well.
FWIW,  the problem here is likely you formatting the SD card with the camera. Depending on the size of the card, that got you an exFAT formated card, rather than the FAT32 format that is required for autobooting.   EOScard only writes the necessary string to the SD card boot block for autobooting - it does not format the card for you.  STICK will format a card correctly for autobooting.

I guess it's also possible that you did not set the radio buttons in EOScard correctly ?




Edit :  IIRC, EOScard has one other peculiarity - you don't use the Save button to write to the card.  You actually have to click on the big square button that has the CHDK logo on it.
« Last Edit: 19 / November / 2016, 14:44:35 by waterwingz »
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Re: IXUS145/ELPH135 Porting attempt
« Reply #79 on: 22 / November / 2016, 07:18:02 »
Sorry for the delay, my charger broke and I had to order a new one. I'll be testing today and reporting back.

 

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