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    • Thomas B. Rücker's avatar
      This patch closes ticket #1886. · 5a269462
      Thomas B. Rücker authored
      I've rethought the approach and found a much cleaner way. 
      We now split handling of command line arguments into two parts.
      Only the critical part of getting the config file is done first (and -v as it prevents startup).
      The rest (currently only -b) is deferred.
      
      This achieves the important bit why #1886 was created. 
      It allows us to log error messages to stderr even if the -b argument is passed.
      This is mainly for the case where the logfile or TCP port can't be opened.
      
      svn path=/icecast/trunk/icecast/; revision=18945
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    • Thomas B. Rücker's avatar
      Highly experimental HTTP PUT support. ref #1812 · 3c359b62
      Thomas B. Rücker authored
      We are handling it the same as we would handle a SOURCE request.
      Due to legacy code, sender MUST send proper content-type header,
      if content type is not audio/mpeg!
      Can be tested using real-time encoded output and piping it into
      | curl -u username:password -H "Content-type: application/ogg" -T - http://localhost:8000/mountname.ogg
      Note that this example has ZERO timing, so a simple 'cat *.ogg' will fail.
      Whatever feeds the pipe must do it at proper timing for real-time playback!
      
      svn path=/icecast/trunk/icecast/; revision=18888
      3c359b62