[icecast-dev] Re: Java Bindings

Andrew Taylor andy at benow.ca
Sun Dec 14 19:12:12 PST 2003

Hello all, 

I've created a page for the libshout-java bindings, including a link to
a tarball, documentation and instructions for use. 


The libshout-java bindings are working well in a production
environment.  I've also created a freshmeat entry for it, so it should
be seeing more use.  It is licensed as LGPL.  Comments and suggestions
are welcome.

Libshout-java was created to enable my own java based streamer, bemoan,
which is currently quite basic, but working well.  It reliably streams
mp3s and urls from a playlist, and has an admin interface allowing track
skipping, remote inspection, url requesting, etc.  Features in the
pipeline include soundcard input (using java sound), vorbis and mp3
re-encoding, more admin features (shutdown, etc) and remote dj
scheduling.  If interested, it lives here:


... and is woefully underdocumented, but I'm available if you run into

Andrew Taylor

On Sun, 2003-11-30 at 11:55, Andrew Taylor wrote:
> I've created a set of java bindings for the newest libshout 2.0
> release.  They work well and enable the streaming of mp3 and ogg/vorbis
> to icecast2 servers from java.  Binding with java allows for complex
> java logic while using the fast, maintained and solid native backend.
> They can be fetched from CVS via:
> 	cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs at benow.ca:/cvs/benow login
> 	<passwd: anoncvs>
> 	cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs at benow.ca:/cvs/benow co libshout
> Let me know if you wish to host the project within the Xiph CVS.  I'd
> also appreciate any comments and suggestions.
> Andrew Taylor
> http://benow.ca

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