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Mon, 1 Sep 2003
[ 03:06:48 edwin ] Original commit 
shout audio files touched by this commit Program that sends mp3 streams to an icecast/shoutcast server
Bug in audio/shout when using with SHOUTcast Server 1.9.2

        Shout is streaming client for icecast and shoutcast streaming
        servers.  It works well with SHOUTcast Server Version
        1.9.2/FreeBSD4 (with -i key (Use old icy headers)),But if
        you try to enable title streaming (-t key) (without it
        clients don't see what song is playing). There are two
        problems why it doesn't work:

        1. By default shoutcast expects source stremer connection
        on 8001 port, and listeners on 8000 port. (steamer port is
        listener_port+1). Shout streams mp3 music on port 8001 (from
        config file or command line), but title streaming is done
        on listener port through web admin interface.
        Title) Without patch shout tries to update info on streamer,
        and not listener port and this doesn't work. I attached
        patch which reduces port number by one, which is right
        (listener) port number.

        2. With this fix shout connects to right port, but still
        doesn't update song title. From shoutcast documentation
        I've found that now shoutcast accepts update post (see
        above) only with useragent Mozilla ant shout gives useragent

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PR:             ports/48771
Submitted by:   Justas Gurinavicius <>

Number of ports [& non-ports] in this commit: 1

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