I believe nowadays there's sndfile-jackplay. If sndfile really supports ogg,
it should play this.
Then there's alsaplayer. Despite the name it does do the trick. At least it
did a few years back, when I had it installed.
ecasound can do it, although you might also think it heavy. In any case it
just relies on ogg123.
You might do it with a small pipe. Something like:
oggdec -o - <1> | sndfile-jackplay [whatever options] -
Where "-" of course is stdin/stdout respectively. If you know of more
smalltime jackplayers in commandline mod, I think there was something called
jackplay, you can whomp up those pipes yourself easily.
A last alternative, I can think of, is using the JACK module of ALSa. This
only works, if .asoundrc or alsa's system-wide config is set to include the
jack-plugin as the default output. Then you could use ogg123.
A last question/doubt: Doesn't libao support jack today? If so ogg123 would
work in any case, because it uses libao as output. But as I said, I don't
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