v1.8.9 (March 15, 2002)
* new features
- w3c logfile support. w3c logfiles allow providers to use tools like analog and webtrends to track their station statistics. it also permits companies like Arbitron and Measurecast to officially track your station metrics.
- DNAS can now run in reserved-IP only mode. This means both that your server will only accept connections from Reserved IP addresses, and also that it will force this server into private-only mode. Servers in reserved-IP mode will not be listed on the SHOUTcast directory, but are still compatible when using downstream public relay servers to cluster.
- XML can be changed with a conf line item to remove linefeeds and spacing which confuses some XML parsers (i.e. Flash). The default leaves it in "pretty" mode.
- Public servers now provide cumulative metrics back to the SHOUTcast directory. These values are used to make the statistics on SHOUTcast (i.e. http://shoutcast.com/ttsl.html
) more accurate.
- XML now contains two new listener items, POINTER and UID, for ShoutClub's tools
- XML now contains STREAMSTATUS for noting active source connection
- New HTTP pages, title or title.html and listen.m3u
- Streamrippers are now denied connections
* new config items
- W3CLog -- Use this item to define the name of the file for w3c logfiles.
- W3CEnable -- Use this item to turn W3C logging on or off.
- CleanXML -- Use this item to strip linefeeds and spacing from XML files.
- RIPOnly -- Use this item to only allow IP addresses in the Reserved IP list to connect/relay. Setting this item to yes forces this server to not list in the SHOUTcast directory (PublicServer=never)
- Fixed sc_serv.ini so Content dir doesn't have trailing slash (fixes on-demand serving)
- Average Listening Time no longer includes relay connections