bmShoutCastInfo: Retrieve status information from Shoutcast servers

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bmshoutcastinfo 1.0.0GNU General Publi...PHP 5, Web services, Audio
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This class can be used to retrieve status information from Shoutcast audio streaming servers.

It can access the statistics Web server, authenticate as administrator, retrieve and parse the statistics information in XML format.

It can extract several types of statistics information like: the current listeners, peak listeners, max listeners, reported listeners, average time, server genre, server title, song title, song title, station IRC channel, station ICQ or AIM account, Web hits, stream hits, stream status, bit rate, stream content type and server version.

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  Plain text file bmShoutCastInfo.class.php Class Main bmShoutCastInfo class
  Plain text file bmShoutCastException.class.php Class Exception of this package
  Accessible without login Plain text file shoutcast_example.php Example example script

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