You could create a PHP script on your webserver that pulls the info from
your machine, parses it and then re-displays it in the way you like. This
way people won't actually know your IP,. and all the processsing will be
done on your webserver. If you want to allow them to download your MP3s, you
can either do it via your webserver, it just let your webserver link
straight to your SpyAmp page.

----- Original Message -----
From: "eriol" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Saturday, October 12, 2002 8:06 AM
Subject: [PHP] WinAMP Plugin Question

> I was wondering if anyone has tried or would know how to take my mp3
> collection listing from SpyAMP ( and incorporate it
> into my site (which is on a different server and not on my home network)
> and have guests be able to download songs assuming I have it running?
> I want to change the HTML layout, the order the songs are listed
> (alphabetical vs. random, etc.), and have them in categories instead of
> being all in one long list.. I don't know if this is possible, but I
> figure it wouldn't hurt to ask..
> SpyAMP, for those unfamiliar with it, basically sets up a small mp3
> server on your local machine and allows anyone who knows your IP address
> (or visits the SA server page if you're listed) to download songs if
> you've chosen to allow it.. I have no clue where to begin as I'm a php
> newbie.. Any ideas, tutorials, code or function names to help me on my
> way would be appreciated..
> TIA..
> Take care.. peace..
> eriol
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