[Icecast] Parsing status.xsl
dnr at freemail.lt
Sat Apr 14 12:12:54 PDT 2007
sorry - i did not check first link personaly.
you can also take a look at
- look for icecast_v2_class.php in the archive. But as far as I have
tested - netzond's xml parser has much more features.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Justin Gaskin" <justinabomb at gmail.com>
To: <icecast at xiph.org>
Sent: Saturday, April 14, 2007 5:34 PM
Subject: Re: [Icecast] Parsing status.xsl
> Thanks for the tip on those scripts. They're exactly what I've been
> looking for for a number of years now.
> Althogh the first one doesn't seem to be online anymore. If anyone's
> willing to send it to me, I'd love to host it for anyone else that would
> like to download it in the future.
> On 14-Apr-07, at 4:33 AM, Klauss Fumuldavijus wrote:
>> actualy there already are some scripts for parsing icecast statistics:
>> and note - status.xsl will give less info than admin/stats.xsl will
>> ----- Original Message ----- From: <chiapas at aktivix.org>
>> To: <icecast at xiph.org>
>> Sent: Friday, April 13, 2007 7:54 PM
>> Subject: [Icecast] Parsing status.xsl
>>> i work for a non-for-profit broadcaster and we use Icecast to serve a
>>> number of community radio stations - and it does a great job.
>>> i'd like to parse or edit the status.xsl file into a series of files
>>> that only show information for one mountpoint or station at a time.
>>> i have no idea of XSL syntax but looking at
>>> /usr/share/icecast/content/status.xsl i see the following statement
>>> <xsl:for-each select="source">
>>> would it be a case of amending the above for-each statement to point
>>> to the name of a single source - or is it going to be a lot more
>>> difficult than that?
>>> hope you can help and many thanks in advance
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