[Pharo-project] XMLRPC Project - Progress Report
garduino at gmail.com
Sun Oct 3 19:28:32 EDT 2010
To be honest I haven't looked at Zn* yet. I know (and use) WebClient
and imagine that Zn have similar features?
Anyway I have not problem in use the things the Board consider better,
but need to make the things step at step.
At the server side I really don't looked deeper neither yet, because
the main goal of the project is having a xmlrpc client capable of
interact with any xmlrpc exposed api, implementing the full
Cheers and thanks by the comment.
2010/10/3 Sven Van Caekenberghe <sven at beta9.be>:
> On 03 Oct 2010, at 17:41, Germán Arduino wrote:
>> As usual, any comment, suggestion or criticism is more than welcome.
> Well, you could consider using the Zinc HTTP Components framework.
> XMLRPCProxy>>#sendXmlRpc: is using the ugly HTTPSocket interface.
> Using any of the clients in Zn will give you a semantically much richer interface to headers and content (entities), both for requests and for responses. And you get many features on top.
> I haven't looked at the server side, but there too you can get HTTP functionality for free.
> It will add a dependency though, but I would guess you have one for the server side already, no ?
> Anyway, we're looking for users...
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