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updated README to point to MacShairport
Merge branch 'master' of github.com:albertz/shairport
reference to https://github.com/rcarlsen/ShairPortMenu
Merge pull request #59 from clee/master.
use POSIX setsid before calling it
Merge pull request #60 from Andywebs/master.
C Only implementation
Missing Makefile mods.
Changes to hairtunes for previous shairport C startup mods.
Adds an alternative startup, that eliminates the need for Perl.
Requires airport.pem to load the airplay key.
Fix error on Linux
added Stuart Shelton to contributors list
Merged pull request #54 from srcshelton/master.
Added Squeezebox support
Add support of Logitech Squeezebox Server integration
Add support for verbose/debug messages, add option to write a PID file
pkgconfig also needs to be installed in case of MacPorts
see here: https://github.com/albertz/shairport/issues/36#issuecomment-1046934
command was slightly wrong for updating Perl. simplified it.
HTTP::Request is needed, too
This was reported by @grantland here:
added link to java port
Merge commit 'c6abdd09a01e'
This introduced in this pull request:
This looks very hacky and it gives warnings for me. Also, I don't really understand why it is needed because `perl -w shairport.pl` works already.
Merge commit 'f1111374357e09615411'
added redhat/fedora infos to INSTALL
Don't run 'make' in arbitrary directories on the user's system
That was a little overkill. Reading the INSTALL file is more useful.
added command-line config for AO driver and device
Merge remote branch 'johan/master' into soundcard-config
Bugfix: FANCY_RESAMPLING was broken
Bugfix: buggy users don't read INSTALL
Probably some of them don't have the necessary prereqs to compile
either, but at least now it tells them to read the INSTALL file instead
of throwing an error about not finding 'hairtunes'.
Fix die handling (again)
changed AO_FMT_LITTLE back to AO_FMT_NATIVE, as it should have been.
Added basic support to set audio output device in windows seven.
revert pipe opening, so open() blocks again if no reader
pipe output now handles SIGPIPE gracefully, closes file handle, re-op…
…ens file when another reader appears