Projects / javashout


javashout is a program for shouting mp3s to a shoutcast server. It runs on any system, takes very little cpu time and has some nifty features. You can remotely connect to it via telnet and change options while it's running. You can also attach another shout to the back of javashout, allowing you to alternate between using a playlist and manually choosing songs painlessly without skips or jerks in the sound.


Recent releases

  •  11 Jan 2000 03:49

    Release Notes: Bugfixes, quiet mode, logging support, and a bunch of new playlist methods.

    •  22 Nov 1999 20:10

      Release Notes: Added an XML dumper for the current song playing with a history of the last few songs played, added verbosity, fixed minor bugs, and changed the license to GPL.

      •  18 Nov 1999 06:12

        Release Notes: Initial release.


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