ruby-shout lets you send compressed audio over the network to an Icecast streaming media server.
libshout 2.0, available from icecast.org. libshout 2 requires the ogg and vorbis libraries.
Summary of usage
This extension follows python-shout fairly closely. You make a Shout object with Shout.new, set its properties, tell it to connect, then send blocks of data, sync and repeat. Disconnect when done. There is no #open that takes a block, as there is for a File or Socket: maybe later.
Yauhen Kharuzhy: bugfixes and initial metadata support
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