RPC::XML is a set of classes in Perl for implementing XML-RPC services both from the client side and the server side. Included are classes for writing clients, writing stand-alone servers (using the HTTP::Daemon class of LWP or the Net::Server class for transport implementation), or implementing a server as an Apache/mod_perl location handler.
|Tags||Internet Web Software Development Libraries Application Frameworks|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Tests were fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a small encoding bug with the "string" data type, and adds flexibility to fault reporting in user-level code. A fix has been implemented for intermittent IOCTL problems in file-reads for some systems.
Release Notes: This release adds some minor code cleanup to avoid Perl warnings. The data classes can now deal with blessed references, which are treated as though they were ordinary references. An extra feature has been added to the system.status method in the provided introspection API.
Release Notes: Several test-suite issues were corrected. All messages (requests and responses) now include encoding attributes in the XML preamble, as do the XPL file generated by make_method. The package now requires a libwww-perl package version 5.801 or newer.
Release Notes: This version includes several major bugfixes, including one in the general RPC::XML::Server class, and one in the Apache::RPC::Server class pertaining to loading server settings in Location blocks. It also includes some minor fixes, and documentation cleanup.