Projects / JCast-X


JCast-X is a Java streaming server based on the "source-bus-consumer" pattern. It uses XML to configure its internal factories which makes it extremely configurable and easy to extend. Theoretically JCast-X can stream any kind of media, but starts with default implementations of MP3 streaming (like IceCast, Shoutcast, etc).

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Recent releases

  •  25 Aug 2001 12:18

    Release Notes: This is yet another developer release for interested hackers to join the crew. A complete unit-test suite has been added that will help further development efforts produce good code. The install script based on ANT is finished, and installation on Unix systems works like a charm now.

    •  03 Aug 2001 20:45

      Release Notes: A new script that will automatically install JCast-X on your Unix box, and configuration changes resulting from this.


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