I'm using liquidsoap 0.9.1 for automatic recordings with out.vorbis.file
in a small studio and since I generate the filenames within liquidsoap but
wanted to process the recorded file afterwards I searched for a method to
find out the filename out.vorbis.file was writing to.
I ended up patching liquidsoap for my needs. And since it works quite
well I wanted to share my patch. So here it is.
I'm happy for comments, questions etc.
From: David Baelde <david.baelde@gm...> - 2009-11-11 16:51:46
It's always great to see that some people are not scared to patch our
ocaml code. Though it does not happen often.
Your feature is interesting, I'll take care of propagating your patch
to our current SVN code. Too bad you didn't send the patch before we
release version 0.9.2! I believe you're not subscribed to this list,
so you might not know: the SVN is currently unusable, very
experimental, undergoing a lot of changes. So don't switch to it to
get the official version of your feature :)
This also means that your patch will probably not apply directly to
our current code, but don't worry about that. My only comment about
your code is that I don't like so much having a get_file method for
all outputs. But I understand that it was the simplest way to proceed.
I'll try to register the get_file server command directly from the
file output class.