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Powershot A3100 - Porting thread

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Re: Powershot A3100 - Porting thread
« Reply #60 on: 13 / November / 2012, 15:31:05 »
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Nice picture!
I've uploaded a new version with (much) improved colors. If you want to use the new colors and you have used a previous version on the same card it is best to reset options to default in chdk options.
I feel the port for 100d has reached beta status and could be included on the svn, but the version for the 100a is still untested...

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Re: Powershot A3100 - Porting thread
« Reply #61 on: 13 / November / 2012, 17:34:20 »
How do I download the new version? Have you updated the previous links, or do I need to check out the SVN and compile?


Happy Diwali - any excuse for another HDR image from my new toy :)

Re: Powershot A3100 - Porting thread
« Reply #62 on: 13 / November / 2012, 17:44:44 »
I've updated the links in the previous post, so just download again, install, erase settings and you are done ;)

Edit:
Dual partition boot confirmed working as is.
« Last Edit: 13 / November / 2012, 19:28:14 by casrap »

Re: Powershot A3100 - Porting thread
« Reply #63 on: 13 / November / 2012, 20:36:01 »
I feel the port for 100d has reached beta status and could be included on the svn, but the version for the 100a is still untested...
Here's the necessary patch files (attached) for release-1_1 and the dev trunk.  I've built distribution files from those and posted them  here so that you can verify the different versions.

I rolled your patches for adjustable <ALT> key and new palette colors into the appropriate files.   I had to fix a few non-ASCII characters in lib.c that were dragged in with the dissassembly code.   I also did not try to create an A3150 version.

There is no 100a version but I included the 1.00b & 1.00d versions that were in your code.  If its the 1.00b that is untested then camera_version.csv should be modified to say SKIP_AUTOBUILD for that one (you can just edit the patch files and insert the text but make sure you use a unix format editor)

Submit them here if you are happy with them : http://chdk.setepontos.com/index.php?topic=650.0
« Last Edit: 13 / November / 2012, 20:43:08 by waterwingz »
Ported :   A1200    SD940   G10    Powershot N    G16


Re: Powershot A3100 - Porting thread
« Reply #64 on: 13 / November / 2012, 21:17:18 »
The a3100 and the a3150 are the same camera and use the same port. I'll look at the files, and will also add the 'SKIP_AUTOBUILT' for the 100b version (not tested, blind port, chances are there is something wrong with it). Is there a 100a rom? If so i'll port it soon  :D

Thanks!

Re: Powershot A3100 - Porting thread
« Reply #65 on: 13 / November / 2012, 21:24:03 »
The a3100 and the a3150 are the same camera and use the same port.
The ixus115 & ixus117 are like this too - same camera in a different colored body. Only the ixus115 is in the autobuild but there is a note on the wiki page for that camera about it.

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I'll look at the files, and will also add the 'SKIP_AUTOBUILT' for the 100b version (not tested, blind port, chances are there is something wrong with it).
Ummm ... 'SKIP_AUTOBUILD' ....

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Is there a 100a rom? If so i'll port it soon  :D
I only mentioned 100a because you mentioned it in your earlier post  @ <Reply #60 on: Today at 01:31:05>
Ported :   A1200    SD940   G10    Powershot N    G16

Re: Powershot A3100 - Porting thread
« Reply #66 on: 13 / November / 2012, 21:41:57 »
I'll check the spelling ;)
The 100a must have been a typo, thats also the reason i would like to see at least the source on the svn, at times i can get sloppy and before you know it i can start all over again ;)

Re: Powershot A3100 - Porting thread
« Reply #67 on: 13 / November / 2012, 22:00:16 »
I'll check the spelling ;)
The 100a must have been a typo, thats also the reason i would like to see at least the source on the svn, at times i can get sloppy and before you know it i can start all over again ;)
Tortoise SVN is pretty easy to use on Windows.   But sync'ng nicely with CHDK-Shell is a little tricky.  On Windows I finally setup batch build files to work with the CHDK-Shell toolchain against a downloaded svn repository.   Then I switched back to Linux using the toolchain from the autobuild (courtesy of hacki) with bash scripts and command line svn.  I've never looked back.

You're welcome to all those files if you want to go down any of those routes.
Ported :   A1200    SD940   G10    Powershot N    G16


Re: Powershot A3100 - Porting thread
« Reply #68 on: 13 / November / 2012, 22:14:19 »
I'll keep it in mind, but i would first have to break a thick concrete mental wall i build around my idea of software developing (everything in one file if possible, do not install bloatware, or software that end up bloating my system). I'm more a 1980's guy ;)

<edit> But i couldn't ressist to take a look at tortoise, it looks easy enough so i'll start experimenting a bit and see if this old dog can learn new tricks..
« Last Edit: 13 / November / 2012, 22:29:53 by casrap »

Re: Powershot A3100 - Porting thread
« Reply #69 on: 13 / November / 2012, 22:39:10 »
I'll keep it in mind, but i would first have to break a thick concrete mental wall i build around my idea of software developing (everything in one file if possible, do not install bloatware, or software that end up bloating my system). I'm more a 1980's guy ;)
We were building fairly complex systems (mostly in assembler & C) back at the start of the 1980's that worked better in many small files.  Things built faster when you did not need to recompile everything - just the module you were working on - and the link it all together.

Ported :   A1200    SD940   G10    Powershot N    G16

 

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