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SX110IS - howto start porting

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Re: SX110IS - howto start porting
« Reply #20 on: 25 / January / 2009, 23:19:38 »
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Hi, just got my sx110 and would like to help.
Not much experience in assembly but maybe there is something else to do.

Re: SX110IS - howto start porting
« Reply #21 on: 08 / February / 2009, 05:43:31 »
Hi all!

is there any news about this porting?
As flj and bcc139 .. I just got my SX110 and would like to help.

:)


Re: SX110IS - howto start porting
« Reply #22 on: 15 / February / 2009, 10:05:15 »
is there any news about this porting?
Sorry for my long absence. In the last weeks I was away due to my job. And probably I will be away for the next weeks too!  :(

However I'm still working on "boot.c". I rewrote half file at least using the original firmware of my SX110IS.
But now I'm having a problem because from this point the firmware of a SX110IS is fully different from those of A720 and SX100IS. :(

However I will find a way to post the results of my work and the disassembled firmware (only as a ASCII file and not like a IDA file).

Today I want to study why I can't follow (with debug) the execution of the program when arrives to the launch of the threads. ;)

However I renew my offer to transfer all my work to someone that have really a full knowledge to complete the porting. :)
See you soon. Bye.

Re: SX110IS - howto start porting
« Reply #23 on: 15 / February / 2009, 12:32:54 »
ARGHHHHH  :'(
Now when I compile my "boot.c" I have these errors:

"Error: internal_relocation (type: OFFSET_IMM) not fixed up"

in the line where I have:

"LDR     R3, task_CaptSeqTask_my\n"  //new FFC503B0; old FFC4CB64

Why?  :o
« Last Edit: 15 / February / 2009, 12:50:42 by nomi_68k »


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Re: SX110IS - howto start porting
« Reply #24 on: 15 / February / 2009, 17:51:38 »
should be LDR R3,=task_CaptSeqTask_my

Don't forget what the H stands for.

Re: SX110IS - howto start porting
« Reply #25 on: 20 / February / 2009, 09:53:48 »
Been following this since my 540 died and I replaced it with a sx110 back in october. Just registered to say thanks for your work nomi. Wish i knew enough to help with the porting.

Re: SX110IS - howto start porting
« Reply #26 on: 21 / February / 2009, 02:12:09 »
I'll have to say I've been following this since last Sunday when I purchased my new SX110IS as well. I was hoping I might be of help, but I don't have the training nor software background that you already have experience in to get that far. Just webpage is the extent of my programming such as PHP and a tid bit of java.

If I can be of help, I'd like to help for sure.

I am interested in remote control features, mainly for shutter control. Looking to take long exposures for some night shots and I know that my finger even if on timer is bad enough some instances. I was reading some features of the ability to use this firmware where it talks about remote control and enhanced features such as shutter control and motion detection.

Thanks for your work, it's appreciated and I hope this post is a token of my gratitude of your work.

Re: SX110IS - howto start porting
« Reply #27 on: 22 / February / 2009, 23:45:38 »


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Re: SX110IS - howto start porting
« Reply #28 on: 22 / February / 2009, 23:55:41 »
If you mean CHDK, you can't because it doesn't exist for sx110 yet. If you mean a canon firmware update, follow the instructions that came with it.
Don't forget what the H stands for.

Re: SX110IS - howto start porting
« Reply #29 on: 25 / February / 2009, 08:01:02 »
Hi to all working on the SX110IS porting, and good luck.   Unfortunately I am a newbie too, so of little help with the nitty-gritty of programming and too far off learning the lingo.   I too am anxious to know how to get RAW capture from my new toy (as it's all I use with my SLR) but it's looking like I wont find out until after the holiday I bought it for... never mind.

On another note, I signed up to give notice to 'the1who' and anyone else here anxious to go remote with shutter control -
I found a bit of freeware called 'cam4you'.  Currently version 2.00 build0.
Although it's not yet on their list, it does now support the SX110IS.  It gives a basic liveview and zoom, plus manual controls for both stills and video capture.  There is no guide as yet, but a swift look around pays off.  There is timestep programming and motion sensoring, so much to play with, still doing just that myself!  Link below:

http://alkenius.no-ip.org/Cam4you_remote/index.html

 

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