An MP3 LEnder 0.4.0

An MP3 LEnder is a simple MP3 server written in C.

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GPL (GNU General Public License) 
David Härdeman
ROOT \ Multimedia \ Audio
An MP3 LEnder is a simple MP3 server written in C.

AMPLE is short for "A MP3 LEnder" (interesting name just to make a good abbreviation?)

I wrote AMPLE one summer when I was coding for a company and got fed up with having to FTP over all my MP3 files from my home server to the computer at work just to listen to them. And the other "MP3 servers" I could find didn't fit my needs for one of the following reasons:

Depended on libfoo, libbar, python, perl, php3, Apache, libssl, etc, etc, etc...I just wanted to listen to the files

Had a lot of features for "DJ:ing" etc that I really didn't need was fun to write too :)

So what's good with AMPLE?

Small, standalone (written in C using no external libraries)
Portable (I think), I often try to compile it on the SourceForge compile farms
Allows you to listen to your own MP3's away from home, nothing more, nothing less

This is beginning to sound like marketing cr*p so I'll just stop right there, check out the links on the left for more info.

What's New in This Release:

· Make ID3v2 code understand versions 2.2.0 -> 2.4.0 (all currently existing versions)
· Reformat HTML output somewhat
· Fix search-and-replace error in libwrap code
· Made servername a config option
· Renamed -r to -n (NON-recursive)
· Changed the DEF_LOGFILE (it pointed to ample.conf instead of ample.log)
· Much work on autoconf stuff, should work much better now
· Some more testing on other architectures (I've compiled it on everything from Tru64 to Linux to *BSD)

Last updated on April 19th, 2006

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