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From: Romain Beauxis <toots@r...>
Subject: Ocaml-cry: an ocaml native implementation source protocols for icecast/shoutcast
	Hi all !

Coming along with the next release of liquidsoap, we have just released a new 
module for ocaml, namely ocaml-cry.

Ocaml-cry is a native implementation of the protocols used for sending source 
data to icecast and shoutcast servers.

The main difference with the famous libshout implementation is about 
flexibility. This module allows to set any source header, which is particular 
allows to use any custom format which is compatible with the servers.

However, contrary to libshout, ocaml-cry does not handle the synchronisation 
of the audio data sent to the servers. Hence, the task of controling the rate 
of the data sent is up to the programmer.

You can find more informations on this module there:
  http://www.rastageeks.org/cry.html


Romain