Release Notes: The most visible addition in this release is the simple script ezstream-file.sh, which automatically generates a stream configuration and playlist, based on command line input. Ezstream itself has become noticeably more fault-tolerant. Lastly, a real-world example playlist script introduces advanced playlist handling on the documentation side.
Release Notes: A previously forgotten feature, to set a custom username when authenticating against an Icecast server, was added. Minor fixes and enhancements went into the build system, and the Windows binary release has TagLib support again.
Release Notes: This is a long-due maintenance and bugfix release. This includes improved handling of non-ASCII charsets in meta-data and file names, as well as several improvements to the build system. A licensing issue in the distribution tarball was resolved, and miscellaneous code cleanups were done.
Release Notes: A (very) long-running ezstream process sometimes terminated without error message, making no attempts to reconnect to the server. This has been fixed in this release by catching and ignoring the SIGPIPE signal.
Release Notes: Streaming from standard input has been temporarily inoperative in most use cases, and this bugfix release remedies that. It also contains documentation improvements.
Release Notes: This release prevents ezstream from crashing when it is fed with empty playlist files.
Release Notes: This release's focus is about a bugfix concerning MP3 metadata in streams and several under-the-hood improvements, including a minor new feature. Except for remote control via signals, the Windows binary distribution is now feature-complete.
Release Notes: The file descriptor leak fix in version 0.4.1 was not complete. This release fixes the issue in all use cases.
Release Notes: This is another maintenance release, which fixes the <stream_once/> configuration option when used with playlists.
Release Notes: This maintenance release fixes a resource leak that happened when using the '-q' command line option.