Apple's "Darwin Streaming Server"
dburcaw at terraplex.com
Tue Apr 20 23:46:26 EST 1999
I've looked at the code. There's a lot of NeXT and MacOSX specific code
but it should be realitivly simple to port.
On Tue, 20 Apr 1999, Grant Bayley wrote:
> Hi folks,
> Having played around with Quicktime 4 this morning and watched the BBC etc
> across the Internet, I was delighted to see that Apple have opensourced
> and released the source code for the streaming server itself.
> I downloaded it and read the FAQ - only problem is they use the funky
> NeXTStep-ish Makefile to build the thing and requires "modification of a
> handful of source files" to compile and run on "platforms other than Mac
> OS X Server".
> I realise this is off topic, but it would be an interesting addition to
> Linux (and LinuxPPC in particular) to have this available in an
> easy-to-compile (./configure, anyone :-) package..
> Has anyone started work on porting this?
> Grant Bayley
> - Network Administrator, Batey Kazoo Communications
> - Administrator, The AusMac Archive
> http://www.ausmac.net/ gbayley at ausmac.net
Terra Soft Solutions, Inc.
email: dburcaw at yellowdoglinux.com
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