Simple "Audio fortune cookie" Protocol Handler
A simple protocol handler that simply sends the contents of a randomly chosen audio file to the client.
AudioCookieProtocol creates a ReadFileAdapter and configures it to read the standard output result of running the afortune.pl script, at a fixed rate of 95.2kbit/s.
afortune.pl randomly selects a file and returns its contents.
The ReadFileAdapter's "outbox" outbox is directly wired to pass through to the "outbox" outbox of AudioCookieProtocol.
This component does not terminate.
No EOF/termination indication is given once the end of the file is reached.
AudioCookieProtocol([debug]) -> new AudioCookieProtocol component.
A protocol that spits out raw audio data from a randomly selected audio file.
Methods defined here
x.__init__(...) initializes x; see x.__class__.__doc__ for signature
Initialises component. Sets up a ReadFileAdapter to read in the contents of an audio file at 95.2kbit/s and wires it to fire the contents out
Main body - sits and waits, as ReadFileAdapter is getting on with the work for us
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