[Icecast] Access for scripting??? Displaying play history

Eric Princen eprincen at boatertalk.com
Thu Sep 14 15:19:32 PDT 2006


I was just using ices 2 as a source. Yes, perhaps another one would do
the work I'm looking for. I'll check some other out. I'll also check out
your link. Thanks.

On Wed, 2006-09-13 at 23:08 -0400, Aaron Wolfe wrote:
> first, what are you using for a source, often this provides the info
> you need?   second, it may be way overkill, but I have written a perl
> based web interface to ices/icecast, it's here http://tunequeue.sf.net
> you might be able to strip out just the parts you want and use it.
> -Aaron
> 
> 
> 
> On 9/13/06, Eric Princen <eprincen at boatertalk.com> wrote:
>         They are on the Shoutcast list, so that may be what they are
>         using. 
>         Shoutcast does provide an XML file that has past and current
>         song data.
>         I suppose with a bit of XSLT magic, I could use that. I'd
>         rather use
>         icecast. :-)
>         
>         On Thu, 2006-09-14 at 12:23 +1200, Ross Levis wrote: 
>         > This site is probably using commercial
>         broadcasting/streaming software
>         > under Windows, such as StationPlaylist which provide these
>         features.
>         >
>         > ----- Original Message -----
>         > From: "Eric Princen" < eprincen at boatertalk.com>
>         > To: <icecast at xiph.org>
>         > Sent: Thursday, September 14, 2006 9:10 AM
>         > Subject: [Icecast] Access for scripting??? Displaying play
>         history 
>         >
>         >
>         > Hey there,
>         >
>         > I'm looking into setting up a station using icecast, and I
>         need a basic
>         > functionality of being able to have my site know what has
>         been played
>         > recently, what is playing now, and perhaps even what is
>         coming up (which 
>         > is very optional.) I have not found a way to do this in my
>         searches.
>         > Perhaps I've been searching for the wrong thing. If there
>         are any script
>         > snippets or an API available, I'd love to check it out. 
>         >
>         > An example would be what is displayed on the top right of
>         the following
>         > page: http://www.radioparadise.com/
>         >
>         > Thanks,
>         >
>         > -Eric ;-) 
>         
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