[icecast] Win32 streamer?

oddsock oddsock at oddsock.org
Mon Mar 18 06:52:43 PST 2002



XML is actually very nice for handling config files....it makes things real 
easy to add new config params....and less prone to bugs due to reading 
whacked config files...

anyway, the YP updating stuff doesn't work yet for icecast2....jack is 
still working on the new yp code.

oddsock
At 05:34 AM 3/18/2002 -0600, you wrote:
>Why would anyone want to use xml when a good old conf file would do just 
>as well?  My problem was
>not the fact I want it to NOT update the servers my problem was the fact 
>that it WASN'T updating
>them.  My server never once showed up for 2 hours.
>
>Moritz Grimm wrote:
> >
> > John Watson wrote:
> > [...]
> > >         <directory>
> > >                 <touch-freq>5</touch-freq>
> > >                 <server>
> > >                         <host>yp.icecast.org</host>
> > >                         <touch-freq>15</touch-freq>
> > >                 </server>
> > >         </directory>
> >
> > > Thats all that came from the CVS site (conf/icecast.xml).  No 
> instructions or anything.  I recognize
> >
> > Aww, c'mon, can't it be any more obvious than that? Just read what it
> > sais. To prevent it from updating directory servers, comment the lines i
> > pasted by putting "#"s (w/o quotes) in the beginning. Alter the rest
> > according to your needs.
> >
> > Moritz
>
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