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Change Log

0231d71: Merged unified into 1200D

97b73e7: Makefile: drop unused SUPPORTED_MODELS / SUPPORTED_UNIFIED_MODELS

82126d8: Merged in makefile-updates (pull request #873)
Makefile updates to use any valid ARM toolchain

6cef1ea: Makefile: fix 7D build_fir

52bccf5: Makefile: fix building Lua with gcc 4.7.3

a289367: Makefile: only attempt to build/install/check ML-SETUP.FIR if there is a valid installer directory
(some platforms may not have have one - 7D_MASTER, new ports)

5b81f34: Card LED: always use CARD_LED_ADDRESS, LEDON and LEDOFF
(backed out 5bfab05 to fix installer on 7D - 0x800c00 not mandatory?)

1d98a07: Makefile: moved 7D-specific tweaks (FIR etc) into main target (7D.203)
for consistency with other platforms, including 7D2
to build the regular FIR: make build_fir
to build the installer FIR: make ML-SETUP.FIR -B

f8beef0: Makefile: FIR building updates
- always install ML-SETUP.FIR (zip, install, install_qemu)
- build_fir for regular ML (not installer) now gives AUTOEXEC.FIR
- to recompile ML-SETUP.FIR: "make ML-SETUP.FIR -B" from platform directory
- "make zip" will also compile the installer from source, without replacing the precompiled ML-SETUP.FIR
(just to make sure the source code changes do not interfere with building the installer)

47f3108: Makefile: fix building xor_chk from its own directory

59a6d0a: Makefile: more .NOTPARALLEL fixes

5249a4a: Makefile: fix 7D FIR path
(just for consistency)

2c627b1: Makefile: use .NOTPARALLEL in top-level Makefiles, rather than double-colon rules
ML platforms/modules are built sequentially, but within each platform/module, parallel build is used
to be tested on Mac with -j8
(on Make 3.81, double-colon are executed in parallel, while in 4.2.1 they are sequential)

36d3ec2: Makefile: fix README.rst generation with POSIX shells
to reproduce: cd modules/filepref; make clean; rm -f README.rst; make SHELL=dash

01953d3: Makefile: serialize "make install", fix some related dependencies
parallel copying could lock up WIFI_SD cards
to reproduce: "WIFI_SD=y make install ML_MODULES=" from platform/CAM directory

e592e31: Makefile: monitor wifi connection when using WIFI_SD=y
(experimental, helps troubleshooting connectivity issues)

84d6ed4: Makefile: minor refactors for WIFI_SD (coding style)
also fixed a typo

26fe70c: Modules: better error handling for missing rst2html
http://www.magiclantern.fm/forum/index.php?topic=17099

5ea430b: Makefile: speed optimizations
- helper to evaluate only once, only if used
- modules hgstamp: only evaluate if used
- CF_CARD, VERSION: only evaluate once if used
- PWD is special? renamed to avoid unneeded shell calls
Profiling tips:
- perf record make; perf report --sort comm
- make SHELL="sh -x"
- make clean SHELL="sh -x" |& grep "^+" | sort | uniq -c

f2ed3dc: Makefile: enable parallel compilation for modules, but compile them sequentially
huge modules like Lua will compile much faster
compiling everything in parallel is not 100% safe (some dependency checks may fail)

4d93c8f: Makefile: do not print toolchain info on recursive calls

d206167: Makefile: reworked global targets
install: doesn't make sense, as we no longer have a "one size fits all" build capable of running on all models
(alternative: 5D3.113_install, 60D_install etc)
zip: build zip for each camera model, sequentially (parallel build still used within each zip)
all: similar to zip (build camera models sequentially, but use parallel compilation within each platform)
clean, check: these can run in parallel (no restrictions)

aa05061: Makefile: fix module dependency checking on "make zip"
by default, a module succeeds if it can be loaded on any camera model, from those compiled (doesn't matter which one)
when using "make zip", we only want to include the modules compatible with current camera model, without considering other models
(fixme: not the cleanest way to implement this)

718e285: Makefile: fix module_strings dependency rule
(previously, there was an error with make -j)

2db4026: Makefile: dropped ML_MODULES_STATIC (unused) and renamed ML_MODULES_DYNAMIC to ML_MODULES
note: if you have customized the module list in Makefile.modules.user, just rename ML_MODULES_DYNAMIC to ML_MODULES
to compile without modules: make 5D3 ML_MODULES=

ff1401e: Makefile: fix "make clean" from modules directory with stale modules from other branches
https://bitbucket.org/hudson/magic-lantern/pull-requests/873/makefile-updates-to-use-any-valid-arm/diff#comment-48250675

3ca10bd: Makefile: fix running from other directory
e.g. from qemu: make -C ../magic-lantern/ 500D_install_qemu

9199719: Makefile: model-specific install targets for the root directory
examples: make 500D_install; make 500D_install_qemu

871f759: 7D: fix compiling with FEATURE_VIDEO_HACKS

6a08a65: Makefile: fix building 7D_MASTER

c7554e3: Makefile: minor cleanups from 0b9b550

440a589: Makefile: always define CONFIG_$(MODEL)_$(FW_VERSION)
e.g. CONFIG_5D3_113, CONIFG_7D_203 and so on

539328f: Makefile: fix for GNU make 3.8.1
(thanks g3gg0)

f03c00c: Makefile: fix newline issue with WIFI_SD=y

84d1418: Makefile: fix Mac issue (undefine not supported)
http://www.magiclantern.fm/forum/index.php?topic=2864.msg192847#msg192847

623689f: fixed late evaluation issue in rule builder

bda493a: Makefile.platform.map: fix indentation

27f4105: Makefile: rules for "make install_qemu"
(to use them, qemu has to be installed first)

383ea35: Makefile: with WIFI_SD=y, ping the card until it comes online (useful for router connections)

7fd995a: Makefile: portable way to get number of processors

30a88aa: further makefile cleanup, added make check to show which models were built and their memory usage

37dd596: fix 'all' target for models

dcc1583: disable ASSERT for 7D_MASTER

376a9cc: removed explicit make executable definition. allows to run e.g. 'remake' to debug make rules

e6ffbdf: reworked model make rules to support different firmware versions for a model [to be thoroughly tested]

9033380: disable ASSERT for 7D_MASTER

a494258: Feature matrix: updated links

3f85e34: Merged in daniel_fort/magic-lantern/unified-6D-sf_dump (pull request #876)
Add 6D.116 to sf_dump module

c326fdc: Added 6D.116 to sf_dump module.

75a085c: Merged in daniel_fort/magic-lantern/unified-600D-audio_meters_fix (pull request #877)
600D audio meters fix

c82a97f: 600D also needs Audio IC turned on at boot.

d4e6421: Makefile: also print CONFIG overrides from command-line
(alongside the ones from Makefile.user)

447a93c: Makefile: print tips for using make -j
(how to set it by default in Makefiles?)

4b4b194: Makefile: silence warning about CONFIG_SITE
(some recent Linux distros use it)

345427f: Makefile: portable way to get libgcc.a's path

26c84b1: Makefile: removed old dropbox target

be16e64: Makefile: print build info after "make zip"; skip EXIDX line

d3e332d: Makefile: fix CONFIG_CCACHE

f51317e: Makefile: use "gio mount" rather than "gvfs-mount"
(they are interchangeable; older systems may require gvfs-mount, newer systems will print warnings)

9aec0a1: Makefile: if no valid ARM GCC is found in PATH, try to find one in the home directory

cd0ee94: Makefile: fix compiling tcc

d06fe5d: Makefile: moved toolchain setup to Makefile.setup
(this allows toolchain to be overridden from Makefile.user)

993fd34: Makefile: fixes to allow compiling ML with Linaro arm-eabi-gcc; updated toolchain recommendations

579cec7: Makefile: updated toolchain recommendation; minor edits

6566325: Makefile: attempt to use any arm-none-eabi-gcc from PATH, if already installed (to be tested)
By default, it will attempt to use ~/gcc-arm-none-eabi-5_4-2016q3 if installed.

e533765: Makefile: use gcc 5.4.1 by default (current version from https://launchpad.net/gcc-arm-embedded )

30db465: Merged in daniel_fort/magic-lantern/unified_650D_audio_meters_fix (pull request #870)
650D audio meters fix

0fa7a8e: 650D has the same audio meters issue as the 700D -- needs the same fix.

08720b2: Merged in daniel_fort/magic-lantern/unified_700D_audio_meters_fix_1 (pull request #866)
Audio meters fix for 700D
Approved-by: Daniel Fort

17b95fb: Audio meters stop functioning after recording the first clip when using mlv_snd. Easy fix suggested by a1ex.

Installation

Installation

  1. Make sure you are running Canon firmware 1.0.1.
  2. Format the card from the camera.
  3. Copy ML files on the card and run Firmware Update.
  4. After installation, copy your ROM files (ML/LOGS on the card) to a safe place.

Uninstallation

From camera:
  1. Run Firmware Update from your ML card.
  2. Follow the on-screen instructions.
From one card:
  • Canon menu: Format card, remove Magic Lantern.
  • Never delete the Magic Lantern files from the card! Format the card instead.
Detailed instructions on the wiki.
Troubleshooting

Camera doesn't boot?

  1. Remove battery, remove card.
  2. Put battery back, close card and battery covers.
  3. Start the camera without card.
    • » Did it work? Format the card, reinstall Magic Lantern.
    • » Still not working? Double-check battery and card doors, run the diagnostic tools and get in touch with us.

Troubleshooting tips

  • If your camera locks up, remove the battery and reboot.
  • Make sure you have a backup card without Magic Lantern on it (just in case).
  • To restore ML defaults: Prefs → Config files.
  • To see what settings you have changed from ML defaults: Modified (Δ) menu.
  • To disable Magic Lantern temporarily: press and hold SET at startup.

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