MinML-RPC is an implementation of XML-RPC server written in Java. It was designed to be used in embedded systems where storage space is at a premium. The code is quite compact, and it was also designed to minimize the heap space used by the program when executing a procedure call. The distribution includes the parser, the XML-RPC server implementation, and a small, high-performance HTTP 1.1 server.
|Tags||Internet Web Software Development Libraries Networking Java Libraries|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: A bug in the HTTP server which caused large calls to fail was fixed. Speed was increased by approximately 10%.
Release Notes: A small, high performance embedded HTTP server was added to allow the XML-RPC service to be run stand-alone.
Release Notes: A bug in base64 handling was fixed. The servlet wrapper was revised.
Release Notes: This release upgrades the included MinML XML parser to 0.7 and fixes a couple of bugs in the parser.