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2021/08/03

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01:03
tpw_rules
also no that does not work, sys.argv ends up as just ['fatbitstream']
01:03
tpw_rules
same if i run python3 fatbitstream.zip --run
01:03
vup
hmm thats annoying
01:04
vup
especially the latter
01:04
tpw_rules
let me see if the people in #python know...
01:09
vup
hmm are you sure about your observations?
01:09
vup
I just tried it myself at for me the args end up in sys.argv?
01:10
tpw_rules
they do if i create the zip file, is something screwing with sys.argv?
01:11
tpw_rules
i am confused now...
01:13
tpw_rules
oh duh
01:13
vup
ohh
01:13
tpw_rules
it gets extracted and run without passing args
01:13
vup
yeah I see it aswel
01:13
vup
l
01:14
tpw_rules
hm how do you do that system call nicely while escaping all the args.
01:15
vup
do we actually need the system call there?
01:15
tpw_rules
i don't think so, you should just need to chdir into the extracted directory
01:16
vup
yeah me too, not sure whats anuejns reasoning is
01:23
tpw_rules
well in any case it would be good if you could fix it
01:25
vup
yeah on it
01:25
tpw_rules
thank you!
01:28
vup
done
01:30
tpw_rules
what about moving the build directory?
01:31
vup
https://github.com/apertus-open-source-cinema/naps/pull/19
01:31
tpw_rules
oh i didn't notice, sounds good
01:31
tpw_rules
thanks again
01:36
tpw_rules
alright it all works
01:36
vup
great
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03:03
tpw_rules
feature request inspired by wasting half an hour of my time: is it possible for the fatbitstream to verify that the device tree it is loading matches what is already loaded? i don't think it's possible to unload them and reloading the same named tree just doesn't do anything so things don't work properly if addresses change
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Bertl_oO
off to bed now ... have a good one everyone!
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06:12
vup
has set the topic
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se6astian
good day
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Bertl
morning folks!
12:41
anuejn
tpw_rules: actually unloading the devicetree overlays should work if you delete the corresponding directory
12:41
anuejn
but it is not done automatically because it is a bit unclear who should do that
12:42
vup
Hmm why can we not do it automatically before loading fatbitstream?
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anuejn
the unloading?
14:20
anuejn
because we dont know what overlays are loaded?
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tpw_rules
can you only delete the ones you are about to load? or can you only unload all at once?
15:03
vup
The overlays are loaded by creating a directory for each one and the copying the overlay to a specific file in that directory, I think we can just name the directories such that we know which overlays were loaded by a fatbitstream and then unload them befor loading a new one
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Bertl
off for now ... bbl
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Dest123
Good Evening!
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