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Camera-specific discussion / Re: Canon 40D
« on: August 29, 2013, 01:18:08 AM »
I built a 40D "snapshot" build (but without the FIR loader, as I haven't nailed down a procedure for putting one together yet), if anyone is interested. To "bump up" interest, there's also 5D3 and 50D builds there.

https://bitbucket.org/rufustfirefly/magic-lantern/downloads

http://www.magiclantern.fm/forum/index.php?topic=7955.new#new

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General Development Discussion / Re: 40D Firmware assembly
« on: August 29, 2013, 01:15:58 AM »
I've been trying to build the .FIR file loader for a 40D running v1.1.1 (in-line with the version required in the Mercurial repository). I had followed the instructions on http://magiclantern.wikia.com/wiki/Packing_FIR_Files and had done the following to build a firmware loader:

  • Compile an autoexec.bin file for the 40D.
    make 40D
    • Download a copy of the firmware for the 40D (v1.1.1) from Canon's website, and extract the original .FIR file from the archive
    • Compiled and run dissect_fw3 to extract the pieces of the loader.
      ./dissect_fw3 40d00111.fir 40D 40D
    • Attempt to assemble using assemble_fw.
      ./assemble_fw --header 40D_0_header.bin --flasher 40D_1_flasher.bin --user autoexec.bin --id 0x80000190 --output 40d00111-ML.fir
    • Copy the new firmware and ML files from the distribution to a CF card.

    Flashing this gives me working nav controls, but a blank LCD screen, even when pressing "play", "del", or "menu". Is this a deficit in my FIR file construction, or a ML issue?

    (I'd actually be perfectly fine with trying to compile a "bootflag" firmware update, so that I don't necessarily have to reassemble a FIR file every time I want to update from the Mercurial repository.)
I think that you need my help...

If I have time in the next week-end I do a dump for you.
I need to review my source code and add some additional validations.
I started by performing these steps ... is doing one year :)

Why --id 0x80000190  ???[/list]

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User Introduction / Re: Hello from Brazil
« on: August 29, 2013, 12:36:52 AM »
Hello everybody, my name is Matheus and I'm from Brazil.

I'm a fan of ML and have been looking at it for some months (really excited to try it when it becomes available for the 70D).

I have some knowledge in programming with C# and PHP (mostly because of a hobby in creating programs :P), other than this, I'm a user of Adobe software (Premiere, Photoshop, Lightroom, AE, etc) and of some open-source software (like GIMP).
Like most people on this forum, I have some knowledge in photo/video...

Well, I hope to learn with and also contribute with the ML community in the future.

Thanks everybody!


Olá Matheus,

é com grande satisfação que o recebemos na nossa comunidade.
Espero que continue com todo esse entusiasmo, aprenda muito e se possível colabore para continuar este projecto fantástico.

Até breve.
Cps

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Camera-specific discussion / Re: Canon 40D
« on: August 14, 2013, 12:44:32 AM »
if you could add iso 12800 - i would donate some cash for your work :)


I apologize to disappoint you, but all systems have their physical limits (hardware) and the software does not perform miracles ...
I do not think that's possible.
If I could do that, probably the noise would be so high that no one would want to use.

Still ... this fantastic community needs help to survive.
There are some very active members who deserve to be properly rewarded, even if it's with new equipment, ... new challenges, ...
and recognition of their work ... some of them work hard for this project ... day after day ...

Briefly, a help is always welcome :)

BR



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Camera-specific discussion / Re: Canon 40D
« on: August 12, 2013, 02:50:52 AM »
Well come back.
Glad to hear you aee ok and tour health problemas are gone.

Great to ser you are back to the project toó.
As soon as you have a operational alpha versión i will try it in my camera.

Thanks for everything but there is still much work to be done.

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Camera-specific discussion / Re: Canon 40D
« on: August 12, 2013, 02:49:01 AM »
After a few months away. ML works again on my 40D.

I hope soon to have time to fix the loading of modules.
At this time no module is loaded.
I also saw that there are some problems in the menus.
The fonts seem to me unclear.

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Great news. I've used a few times the U-Boot. Every day we have Linux running on our camera :) hihihihiih

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Camera-specific discussion / Re: Canon 40D
« on: July 31, 2013, 10:48:47 PM »
I hope your health problems are not serious.
It's nice to see you are back to work with us!

I'm fine... Thank you...

BR

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Camera-specific discussion / Re: Canon 40D
« on: July 31, 2013, 03:07:45 PM »
Good to hear from jplxpto after long long time. You are only person working on this port and all our eyes are on you.....May God bless you with health and you can work on this port.

Can you please tell us how much more work would be required to complete this port. Last time I think you were working with menus. hope to hear good news from you and we all pray from your health......amen

Hi,

This week I've been reading about the latest news.

I updated the source code to the 40D but the project did not compile ...
I've started to make some changes but still could not test anything.

The menus have worked in 40D.
Before getting out of the project, I was making the discovery of the main properties.
The selection of the focus points have worked correctly.
I also able to change the aperture and shutter speed.

Some overlays also have work in play mode.
I still can not display the overlays in live view mode.
I still could not find the addresses of HDVRAM. I hope to do that soon.

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Reverse Engineering / Canon's CR2 Raw File Format Specification
« on: July 30, 2013, 12:59:31 AM »


http://wildtramper.com/sw/cr2/cr2.html

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Although not publicly documented by Canon, their CR2 RAW file format specifiction is scattered in bits and pieces across the web. Compiled here is believed to be an accurate specification for the orignal CR2 compression. Because I own the original Canon 5D, this specification reflects its CR2 formatting. Newer 5D versions have other compression varieties such as sRAW (sRAW1, sRAW2, etc.), and these are not supported by this software.
Included here is the CR2 coder/decoder and a zip file of its C-code implementation. The companion Canon CRW Specification may also be of interest. Another good source of CR2 information can be found in a document titled Understanding What is stored in a Canon RAW .CR2 file, How and Why at http://lclevy.free.fr/cr2/.
The specifiction is listed below and is included in the cr2.zip (revised 11/10/08) file as comments of the primary code file Cr2Codec.cpp. The zip file contains the following:
    Cr2Codec.cpp - Primary C-code for CR2 coder/decoder
    Cr2Codec.exe - its sample excutable
    Cr2Codec.h   - its header file
    MakerNote.h  - A few definitions for Canon's TIFF maker-note
    Prop.h       - Properties type definitions
    RawUtl.cpp   - Various raw utilities
    RawUtl.h     - and its header file
    TiffTags.h   - TIFF tag definitions
    TiffUtl.cpp  - Various TIFF utilities
    TiffUtl.h    - and its header file
    getput.cpp   - Low level input/output
    getput.h     - and its header file
    jpeg.h       - Various JPEG definitions
The executable Cr2Codec.exe must be run in a Windows command shell. Executing the command without parameters yields its syntax as follows:
    Usage: Cr2Codec.exe [options] file.cr2 outfile
    Decompress raw image data of file.cr2
      -b: decode then save binary file (default)
      -c: decode then recode file
      -h: decode then create (text) histogram
      -j: extract JPG image 
      -t: decode then save as 8-bit TIFF file
      -T: decode then save as 16-bit TIFF file
    Version 1.0
    Wildtramper.com, Copyright (c), All rights reserved
Although the -t or -T options create a TIFF file from RAW, expect crude colorization. The -j option is useful to extract the embedded JPG file, and it has Canon's as-shot colorization. This JPG is believed to be optimized for the camera's on-board LCD display -- what to heck, it's a quick view.
/***************************************************************************
* The Canon CR2 file format is an encapsulated TIFF shell having 4 IFD sets.
* These IFDs are different versions of the same image.
*
*   +=====================================+ Start of TIFF/CR2 file
*   | TIFF Header |
*   | Size = 8 |
*   +=====================================+
*   | Various TIFF Tags describing File | IFD #1 Segment
*   |   EXIF (TIFF subdirectory) | Canon 5D image size 2496x1664
*   |- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -|
*   | JPEG data (baseline compression) |
*   +=====================================+
*   | JpegInterchangeFormat | IFD #2 Segment
*   | | unknown image size
*   |- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -|
*   | JPEG Compressed data |
*   +=====================================+
*   | Few TIFF Tags describing segment | IFD #3 Segment
*   | | Canon 5D image size 384x256
*   |- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -|
*   | JPEG data (unknown compression) |
*   +=====================================+
*   | Few TIFF Tags describing segment | IFD #4 Segment - RAW image
*   | | Canon 5D image size 4476x2954
*   |- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -|
*   | JPEG data (lossless compression) |
*   +=====================================+
*
* A sample parsing of these IFDs are:
* sample.cr2: FileID=II, Ver=2A, IFD #1 w/ 14 Tags
*  TagName(TagID,Len,DataOfst) =Value
*  ImageWidth(0100,1,001A)     =2496
*  ImageLength(0101,1,0026)    =1664
*  BitsPerSample(0102,3,00BE)  =8 8 8
*  Compression(0103,1,003E)    =6  {JpegCompression}
*  Make(010F,6,00C4)        ="Canon"
*  Model(0110,D,00CA)        ="Canon EOS 5D"
*  StripOffsets(0111,1,0062)   =82349
*  Orientation(0112,1,006E)    =1  {TopLeft, Normal}
*  StripByteCounts(0117,1,007A)=1030590
*  XResolution(011A,1,00EA)    =72/1 (=72)
*  YResolution(011B,1,00F2)    =72/1 (=72)
*  ResolutionUnit(0128,1,009E) =2  {InchUnits}
*  DateTime(0132,14,00FA)      ="2006:09:24 07:14:52"
*  Exif(8769,1,00B6)        =270
*   TagName(TagID,Len,DataOfst) =Value
*   ExposureTime(829A,1,0264) =1/80 (=0.0125)
*   FNumber(829D,1,026C) =4/1 (=4)
*   ExposureProgram(8822,1,0130) =3
*   ISOSpeedRatings(8827,1,013C) =100
*   ExifVersion(9000,4,0148) =48 50 50 49
*   DateTimeOriginal(9003,14,0274) ="2006:09:24 07:14:52"
*   DateTimeDigitized(9004,14,0288) ="2006:09:24 07:14:52"
*   ComponentsConfiguration(9101,4,016C) =1 2 3 0
*   ShutterSpeedValue(9201,1,029C) =417792/65536 (=6.375)
*   ApertureValue(9202,1,02A4) =262144/65536 (=4)
*   ExposureBiasValue(9204,1,02AC) =0/1 (=0)
*   MeteringMode(9207,1,019C) =5
*   Flash(9209,1,01A8) =16
*   FocalLength(920A,1,02B4) =24/1 (=24)
*   MakerNote(927C,12548,02BC) =29 0 1 0 3 0 46 0 0 0 30 4 0 0 2 ...
*   UserComment(9286,108,12804) =0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ...
*   FlashpixVersion(A000,4,01D8) =48 49 48 48
*   ColorSpace(A001,1,01E4) =1
*   PixelXDimension(A002,1,01F0) =4368
*   PixelYDimension(A003,1,01FC) =2912
*   Interoperability(A005,1,0208) =76044
*   FocalPlaneXResolution(A20E,1,1292A)  =4368000/1415 (=3086.93)
*   FocalPlaneYResolution(A20F,1,12932)  =2912000/942 (=3091.3)
*   FocalPlaneResolutionUnit(A210,1,022C)=2  {InchUnits}
*   CustomRendered(A401,1,0238) =0
*   ExposureMode(A402,1,0244) =0
*   WhiteBalance(A403,1,0250) =0
*   SceneCaptureType(A406,1,025C) =0
* sample.cr2: FileID=II, Ver=2A, IFD #2 w/ 2 Tags
*  TagName(TagID,Len,DataOfst)       =Value
*  JPEGInterchangeFmt(0201,1,12944)   =76348
*  JPEGInterchangeFmtLen(0202,1,12950)=6001
* sample.cr2: FileID=II, Ver=2A, IFD #3 w/ 11 Tags
*  TagName(TagID,Len,DataOfst) =Value
*  ImageWidth(0100,1,12962) =384
*  ImageLength(0101,1,1296E) =256
*  BitsPerSample(0102,3,129E2) =8 8 8
*  Compression(0103,1,12986) =6  {JpegCompression}
*  Photometric(0106,1,12992) =2  {RGB}
*  StripOffsets(0111,1,1299E) =1112939
*  SamplesPerPixel(0115,1,129AA)=3
*  RowsPerStrip(0116,1,129B6) =256
*  StripByteCounts(0117,1,129C2)=294912
*  PlanarConfig(011C,1,129CE) =1  {ChunkyFormat}
*  UndefinedTag(C5D9,1,129DA) =2
* sample.cr2: FileID=II, Ver=2A, IFD #4 w/ 6 Tags
*  TagName(TagID,Len,DataOfst) =Value
*  Compression(0103,1,129F2) =6  {JpegCompression}
*  StripOffsets(0111,1,129FE) =1407851
*  StripByteCounts(0117,1,12A0A)=9920742
*  UndefinedTag(C5D8,1,12A16) =1
*  UndefinedTag(C5E0,1,12A22) =1
*  UndefinedTag(C640,3,12A36) =1 2238 2238
*
* The first IFD is a low pixel count JPEG image, and for the Canon 5D its image
* size is 2496x1664.  Also included as part of the first IFD are an assortment
* of image and shot data, such as Make, Model, and abundant EXIF information.
* The EXIF information is itself an IFD subdirectory, and within the EXIF
* directory is the Tag 'MakerNote' which contains more shot information such a
* lens type and serial numbers.  MakerNote is has a TIFF like IFD structure,
* but the "TagType" field follows different rules, see below.
*
* The second IFD is another JPEG rendered image, and it is described by two
* TIFF Tags.  It is not clear what the purpose of this image, but noting that
* the section size is very small (6001 bytes in the sample), then the image
* dimensions must also be small.  It is likely a thumbnail.  Peeking into this
* section one finds four JPEG markers: SOI (start of image), DHT (define
* Huffmann tables), DQT (define quantization tables), and SOS (start of scan).
* There is no SOFn marker to identify the image dimensions.
*
* The third IFD is another JPEG rendered image.  In this case there are several
* TIFF tags, and these give the size of the image as 384x256.  Certainly a
* small image. Although the compression is tagged as JPEG, it is believed this
* is not the case since (1) the image data contains no JPEG markers and (2) the
* size of the image data is exactly three times the rows times columns (294912
* = 3x384x256).  Thus, it is believed the image data is uncompressed RGB.
*
* The forth IFD is the sweet spot of the CR2 file.  It is a lossless JPEG
* compressed image of dimensions the size of the camera's photo sensor.  Canon
* adds three proprietary TIFF tags which are of unknown meaning, except the Tag
* 0xC640 with values for the sample file {1, 2238, 2238} are described by Dave
* Coffin's as being 'slice' information. Peeking into the JPEG code of this
* section one finds the following markers:  SOI (start of image), DHT (define 2
* Huffmann tables), SOF3 (start of frame for lossless, sequential, non-
* differential, Huffman coding), and SOS (start of scan).  There are no RSTm
* (reset modulo-8) markers.  The section is located at the end of the file, and
* it is this location which makes it easy to replace a 'valued added' version
* of the image with the original.
*
* Decoding lossless JPEG is similar (and simpler) to decoding CRW images.  Like
* CRW images, the compressed data is organized as a concatenation of a Huffmann
* code (i.e. HufCode or codeword) followed by a variable length difference code
* (i.e. Diff) bit stream as shown below.  Unlike CRW images the HufCode only
* conveys the number of bits required by Diff.
*
*   +----------------+-------------+
*     ... | HufCode[nBits] | Diff[nBits] | ...
*   +----------------+-------------+
*
* Like CRW images, the compressed data is row organized with interleaved BAYER
* grid array data for that row.  So with a BAYER grid of RG/GB, the even rows
* has interleaved HuffCode/Diff data for ...RGRGRG..., while the odd rows it is
* ...GBGBGB...
*
* Unlike CRW images, there are no 64 pixel blocks, rather it is the width of a
* row. The initial values at the beginning of each row is the RG/GB value of
* its nearest previous row beginning.  For the first row, the initial row
* values are 1/2 the bit range defined by the precision.  Thus for 12-bit
* precision:
*     Pix[Row, Col] = Val
*     Pix[0,0] = (1 << (Precision - 1)) + Diff
*     Pix[0,1] = (1 << (Precision - 1)) + Diff
* and for n >= 1
*     Pix[n,0] = Pix[n-2,0] + Diff
*     Pix[n,1] = Pix[n-2,1] + Diff
* while for any other Row/Column
*     Pix[R,C] = Pix[R,C-2] + Diff
*
* Also unlike CRW images the mapping of decoded rows into the image buffer is
* divided into four quadrants. It is unclear why Canon chose this method, but
* nonetheless it's there.  The RAW image is divided into 4 equal sized
* quandrants:
*     +------------------------+------------------------+ RAW Image
*     |        | |
*     |        Quad 0        | Quad 1 |
*     |        | |
*     +------------------------+------------------------+
*     |        | |
*     |        Quad 2        | Quad 3 |
*     |        | |
*     +------------------------+------------------------+
* The finished image inteleaves quadrants row segments 0/1 and interleaves
* quandrant rows segments 2/3 while combined quandrants 0/1 is located to the
* left and combined quadrants 2/3 are concatenated to the right:
*     +------------------------+------------------------+ Finished Image
*     |      Quad0.Row0        |      Quad2.Row0 |
*     |      Quad1.Row0        |      Quad3.Row0 |
*     |      Quad0.Row1        |      Quad2.Row1 |
*     |      Quad1.Row1        |      Quad3.Row1 |
*     | etc        |   etc |
*     |      Quad0.RowN        |      Quad2.RowN |
*     |      Quad1.RowN        |      Quad3.RowN |
*     +------------------------+------------------------+
* So it can be said that Quads 0 and 2 contain the same two BAYER grid colors
* and Quads 1 and 3 contain the other two BAYER grid colors.
*
* Like CRW images, the actual difference value contained in the Diff[nBits] is
* organized loosely as a signed magnitude number, but has its own specific
* rules.  First, it should be noted that the value of nBits determines the
* range of the number. As an example if nBits = 3, then the magnitude (of a
* DiffVal that can be +/- this magnitude) is 4 <= magnitude <= 7, or more
* specifically:
*
*      (1 << (nBits - 1)) <= DiffVal <=  ((1 << nBits) - 1)    // + DiffVal
*     -(1 << (nBits - 1)) >= DiffVal >= -((1 << nBits) - 1)    // - DiffVal
*
* If the most significant bit (MSB) of Diff[nBits] is one, then DiffVal is
* positive and has a magnitude directly represented by binary value of these
* bits.  If however, the MSB is zero, then DiffVal is negative and has a
* magnitude that is the compliment of these bits.  As an example if
* Diff[nBits=3] = 101, then DiffVal is 5, whereas if Diff[nBits=3] = 001, then
* DiffVal is -6.
*
* The size of the decompressed image is slightly larger than the final image
* size.   A few extra 'black' rows added on top and bottom and a few extra
* 'black' columns may be added to the left and right (but none have been
* observed).  These 'black' rows/columns along with a few additional RG/GB
* rows/columns make up a set of Trim rows/columns which are ultimately deleted
* to get the final 'as advertised' RAW image size.  Other than noting that some
* of the Trim is 'black,' it is beyond the scope of this description to
* determine the method to find the optimum Trim rows/columns.  As an
* observation, customized Trim may (or it may not) be encoded in the Firmware
* of camera so that that the final calibration of the image sensor reflects
* this Trim in a manner that places the center of the image sensor at the lens
* center.
*
* TIFF MakerNote:
*
* The TIFF Tag called MakerNote may be used by a manufacturer to embed any type
* of information.  Canon uses this segment.  Parsing of this proprietary
* segment follows the following data structures:
*
* typedef struct
* {
*     tU16  TagID;
*     tU16  TagType;
*     tU32  TagCnt;
*     tU32  DataOfst;
* } tREC;
*
* typedef struct
* {
*     tU16  numRecords;
*     tREC  RecordDir[numRecords];
*     tU8   Heap[];
* } tMAKERNOTE;
*
* The ordering of bytes is 'little endian' (Intel), but this is probably a
* function of the overall TIFF byte ordering.  The first two bytes identifies
* the number of records (numRecords), and this is followed by the record
* directory (RecordDir), and this if followed by the Heap of various data.
* Each record directory consists of 12 bytes with 4 fields.  The first field is
* the tag identification (TagID), followed by the tag type (TagType), followed
* by the tag count (TagCnt), and finally followed by data offset (DataOfst) or
* if the TagType is 4 then this field is immediate data.  This format closely,
* but not exactly, follows standard TIFF.
*
* The TagType fields may have the following meaning:
* Type = 2:  ASCII data
* Type = 3:  tU16 data
* Type = 4:  immediate data
* Type = 7:  unknown
*
* The TagID fields may have the following meaning:
* TagType = 0x01: Camera settings 1
* TagType = 0x04: Camera settings 2
* TagType = 0x06: Camera model (string)
* TagType = 0x07: Camera F/W version (string)
* TagType = 0x08: Image number ???
* TagType = 0x09: Owner name (string)
* TagType = 0x0C: Camera serial number (immediate data number)
* TagType = 0x0F: Custom functions
* TagType = 0x95: Lens model (string)
*
* The following is an sample extraction:
*
* 02BC: 1D 00  =NumRecord
* -ID-- -Type  ---Cnt--- --Ofst---    #
* 02BE: 01 00 03 00 2E 00 00 00 1E 04 00 00   1 - CameraSettings1
* 02CA: 02 00 03 00 04 00 00 00 7A 04 00 00   2
* 02D6: 03 00 03 00 04 00 00 00 82 04 00 00   3
* 02E2: 04 00 03 00 22 00 00 00 8A 04 00 00   4 - CameraSettings2
* 02EE: 06 00 02 00 0D 00 00 00 CE 04 00 00   5 - "Canon EOS 5D"
* 02FA: 07 00 02 00 18 00 00 00 EE 04 00 00   6 - "Firmware Version 1.1.0"
* 0306: 09 00 02 00 20 00 00 00 06 05 00 00   7 - OwnerName
* 0312: 0C 00 04 00 01 00 00 00 1F 15 CE 42   8 - CameraSerialNum = 0x42CE151F
* 031E: 0D 00 07 00 00 04 00 00 26 05 00 00   9
* 032A: 0F 00 03 00 17 00 00 00 76 09 00 00   a - CustomFunctions
* 0336: 10 00 04 00 01 00 00 00 13 02 00 80   b
* 0342: 12 00 03 00 28 00 00 00 26 09 00 00   c
* 034E: 13 00 03 00 04 00 00 00 A4 09 00 00   d
* 035A: 15 00 04 00 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 A0   e
* 0366: 19 00 03 00 01 00 00 00 01 00 00 00   f
* 0372: 83 00 04 00 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  10
* 037E: 93 00 03 00 10 00 00 00 AC 09 00 00  11
* 038A: 95 00 02 00 40 00 00 00 CC 09 00 00  12 = "EF24-105mm f/4L IS USM"
* 0396: 96 00 02 00 10 00 00 00 0C 0A 00 00  13
* 03A2: A0 00 03 00 0E 00 00 00 1C 0A 00 00  14
* 03AE: AA 00 03 00 05 00 00 00 38 0A 00 00  15
* 03BA: B4 00 03 00 01 00 00 00 01 00 00 00  16
* 03C6: E0 00 03 00 11 00 00 00 42 0A 00 00  17
* 03D2: D0 00 04 00 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  18
* 03DE: 01 40 03 00 1C 03 00 00 64 0A 00 00  19
* 03EA: 02 40 03 00 66 2B 00 00 9C 10 00 00  1a
* 03F6: 05 40 07 00 88 C0 00 00 68 67 00 00  1b
* 0402: 08 40 03 00 03 00 00 00 F0 27 01 00  1c
* 040E: 09 40 03 00 03 00 00 00 F6 27 01 00  1d
*
* Heap
* 0410:    00 00 00 00 00 5C 00    ....\.
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User Introduction / Re: Portuguese language ML users, say Hello here!
« on: July 28, 2013, 02:02:40 AM »
Outra coisa, se for possível colocar mão em alguns dos ficheiros/source code de alguns ficheiros/rotinas que temos disponíveis em Download, seria bom, para tentar portar/colocar isso a correr em Linux... é o que uso mais e assim, também contribuia.

Não percebi bem o que deseja mas, se o seu objectivo é testar e modificar o código fonte de ML pode ver o seguinte post:

http://www.magiclantern.fm/forum/index.php?topic=991.0

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User Introduction / Re: Portuguese language ML users, say Hello here!
« on: July 28, 2013, 02:00:35 AM »
Alo amigos, tambem sou de São Paulo, mas conheço muito bem Lisboa. Muito feliz em encontrar um cantinho para nos que falamos esta bela lingua. Gostaria de manter contato com o colega de São Paulo, se puder enviar um PM com telefone  para trocar ideia sobre o ML
Abraços

Seja bem vindo à nossa comunidade... Use e abuse de ML e não se esqueça de partilhar connosco os resultados das suas experiências...

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Camera-specific discussion / Re: Canon 40D
« on: July 27, 2013, 10:01:38 PM »
Hello guys ... sorry ... I've been very busy with work ...and also some health problems.

I've been completely absent during the last months ...
I hope to soon be able to return to work for this magnificent community
and of course I'll come to invest some time in the port of 40D.

Best regards

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Camera-specific discussion / Re: Canon 40D
« on: April 07, 2013, 02:31:34 AM »

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here are the changes i made to qemu:
http://upload.g3gg0.de/pub_files/7dc0800617416fdbeb1490dcc4a2164d/qemu_eos.7z

they contain a lot of hardware emulation.

booting fails imho due to the MPU that is not emulated. init routines expect a property that is not available.
i think the MPU would send it to the main firmware.

Thank you! I will try this ..

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Alex,

thank you for your summary.
You did a good job.

For those who know C programming, scripts TCC are a very interesting option but,
for ordinary mortals the Lua and uBasic scripts should be an option to consider.

I have no experience in any of these languages​​ but,
I think we can maintain support for TCC and Lua,
each language for a different purpose and audience.

I think that CHDK's users will like!

What do you think?


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Archived scripts / Re: PicoC scripting API
« on: April 04, 2013, 12:08:32 AM »

sorry :)

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Camera-specific discussion / Re: Canon 40D
« on: March 30, 2013, 03:42:18 AM »
My dear friends,

Finally, I got some time to update my repositories and make the necessary changes to make the build of ML for 40D.

My next task will be to fix the menus.
Many changes were made to the menu system and now some things are not well presented. For example, icons appear with double the size.

I think, users of 5DC will have the same problem.
I made small fixes that should have an impact on 5DC but I do not have this camera for testing.

https://bitbucket.org/hudson/magic-lantern/pull-request/71/some-change-to-build-ml-for-vxworks/diff

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