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Camera-specific Development / Re: Canon EOS M
« on: November 05, 2015, 02:42:23 PM »
dfort, I pulled down the changes your made in your repo to try to get the video hacks to work. You are on the right track. What I ended having to do in order to get it to build properly was add the following


to the eosm's Makefile.setup.default

That brought the video_hacks.o file into the build directory and the build then successfully completed. I haven't ran the firmware from the build on my camera yet, but I'm think it should work. I haven't been messing with ML long enough yet to be confident enough to be the first one to try it.

Camera-specific Development / Re: Canon EOS M
« on: October 31, 2015, 02:50:36 AM »
Thanks, Daniel. I followed the link that DeafEyeJedi (thanks to him, too) originally gave me which pointed to your repo. I pulled it down and built that and I've been very happy with it so far. I originally had the build from April on it and found it glitchy. Your build seems much more stable.

Camera-specific Development / Re: Canon EOS M
« on: October 30, 2015, 07:30:19 PM »
First post here. I just acquired an EOS M and thought I would compile Magic Lantern to start playing around with it. I followed the instructions on this page;topicseen#msg154435

 to setup my Cygwin environment and after running make clean && make zip I get the following error.

../../src/fps-engio.c:237:6: error: #error fixme: FPS_TIMER_B_MIN and FPS_TIMER_B_MIN are plain wrong
     #error fixme: FPS_TIMER_B_MIN and FPS_TIMER_B_MIN are plain wrong
../../src/fps-engio.c:295:12: warning: 'fps_timer_b_method' defined but not used [-Wunused-variable]
 static int fps_timer_b_method = 0;
../../Makefile.filerules:23: recipe for target 'fps-engio.o' failed
make: *** [fps-engio.o] Error 1

I primarily a Java developer, so I'm not completely familiar with C development, but from looking at the code, this seems to be a directive that will always fail.

Is there not a working branch/revision for the EOSM that can compile right now?


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