Hi,2013/8/14 Damien Moody <mailinglists@audiodef.com>
>
> Hi Samuel,
>
> This is the tail of my log file when using liquidsoap-1.1.1 and
> ocaml-ogg-0.4.5:
>
> 2013/08/14 15:19:03 [ambient:5] Queue is empty!
> 2013/08/14 15:19:03 [ambient:5] Failed to prepare track: no file.
> 2013/08/14 15:19:03 [ambient:5] Queue is empty!
> 2013/08/14 15:19:03 [ambient:5] Failed to prepare track: no file.
> 2013/08/14 15:19:03 [main:5] Queue is empty!
> 2013/08/14 15:19:03 [main:5] Failed to prepare track: no file.
> 2013/08/14 15:19:03 [main:5] Queue is empty!
> 2013/08/14 15:19:03 [main:5] Failed to prepare track: no file.
> 2013/08/14 15:19:03 [ambient:5] Queue is empty!
> 2013/08/14 15:19:03 [ambient:5] Failed to prepare track: no file.
>
> This makes no sense, as nothing else has changed. My script correctly
> points to files and liquidsoap-1.0.0 has no problems here.
>
> The same thing happens when I remove the suggested lines from ogg_stubs.c.
>
> What would make liquidsoap think there's no file if a previous version
> doesn't have this trouble?

Have you also enabled ocaml-vorbis or whatever ocaml bindings for the codecs used in your ogg files?

Romain