msmith at xiph.org
Wed Dec 17 05:22:08 UTC 2003
On Wednesday 17 December 2003 15:53, Macsym wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> If I understand well, the purpose of XSL files is re-formatting XML files.
> When I checked the admin folder, I saw status.xsl but I did not see the
> source XML file (status.xml?).
> If status.XML (NOT status.XSL) exists, where is it located? Is there any
> way I can store status.xml or status.xsl on a remote HTTP/FTP (not an
> Icecast2 relay) server?
tatus.xml does not exist as a real file. It is generated by the icecast2
server on demand, and served after going through an XSL transformation (it
may also be available untransformed - it was a while ago, but I'm not certain
that's still available).
tatus.xsl must live in the local filesystem for icecast2 to find it.
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