Projects / SQLshout


SQLshout is a Shoutcast-compatible streaming source client which uses an SQL database as a source for the song information. The goal is to create a shoutcast radio stream that can be interactive with a Web application for voting, weighted playlist generation, and song requests.

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Recent releases

  •  21 Jun 2004 07:46

    Release Notes: A large number of NULL pointer checks and lots of error trapping were added. The program was threaded in anticipation of a crossfade option, and all known concurrency issues in the threaded code were fixed.

    •  05 Jun 2004 06:39

      Release Notes: A portable daemonize() function was added to handle placing the program in the background and releasing the controlling terminal. The update_playlist() function was changed to only keep NOREPEAT songs in the recent table. Code was added to the reencoder to add ID3 tags to the stream to account for ShoutCast servers.

      •  04 Jun 2004 17:39

        Release Notes: Changes to error trapping, many code clean ups, fixes for intermittant SEGFAULTs, and the addition of many comments to the code.

        •  21 Jan 2004 14:38

          Release Notes: The initial release of the PHPNuke module was added. An installer script which will help generate config files and try to install the Nuke module was added. A lot of pointer problems in the code were cleaned up.

          •  16 Jan 2004 03:12

            Release Notes: This release reconfigures the source tree to make it conform to standard directory layouts, adds autoconf/automake scripts, and splits out some functions to separate source files for improved readability.


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