Great stuff, I hope that becoming part of Lazarus will help to make it even better in the future!
Not UPnP (or DLNA) compliant. Unfortunately this isn't compliant with the UPnP spec, in particular one of the most basic compliance requirements that a UPnP client should be able to connect to a server which supports later versions of the spec. It cannot see a server advertising support for MediaServer version 4 (and below) Section 1.1.2 of the UPnP Device Architecture document (2008) states: "Updated UPnP device and service types are required to be fully backward compatible with previous versions of the same type. Devices must advertise the highest supported version of each supported type. For example, if a device supports version 2 of the “Audio” service, it would advertise only version 2, even though it also supports version 1. Control points that support a given version of a device or service are able to also interact with higher versions because of this backward compatibility requirement, but only using the functionality that was defined in the lower version. For example, if a control point supports only version “1” of the “Audio” service, and a device advertises that it supports version “2” of the “Audio” service, the control point should recognize and be able to use the device."
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