Many people have made ports just by copy/pasting and updating the platform code.
Updating the platform code mostly means the .c files, including inline asm (codegen files for non digic 6 cameras), #defines in the include files, variables in the platform makefile.inc files, and any stubs not found by the sig finder.
CHDK is built in such a way that the start of the file contains the code from entry.S
But where is an up-to-date list of the exact lines in the exact files - to modify?
I'm sorry, but I'm not going to proceed until I have a clearest understanding of why exactly
I'm sorry, but I'm not going to proceed until I have a clearest understanding of why exactly QuoteCHDK is built in such a way that the start of the file contains the code from entry.S Because I can't proceed - I simply don't know how.
I noticed that this camera shoots photos with some geometrical distortion kind of "fisheye"-alike. I wonder if CHDK might help with this. Otherwise I'm considering to return the camera back to the store.
I doubt you'll find a P&S with a 24 mm equivalent lens that doesn't look distorted in some way.
QuoteI doubt you'll find a P&S with a 24 mm equivalent lens that doesn't look distorted in some way.I wonder where does such distortion originally come from?
I had previously a cheap camera bought 10 years ago. It produced excellent photos - no visual fisheye distortion, nice sharpness and color, etc. But I occasionally broke it. Interesting why this old camera had no distortion, but IXUS190 does. The old camera probably had some common-sized matrix - nothing special.
Hello, I know this is a really old post but im taking my chances here. I just got an ixus190 for taking pictures while on the road. Is there a development for a port to this camera? I have been looking in the forum but no luck.
Hello, thanks I now have that chdk on my ixus190. I can't seem to find Av on the "Enahanced photo Operations" how do I enable it?
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