I have a lot of things changed in my life recently. I had changed my job and had moved to another city. So there were no time neither any energy to contribute in Libiqxmlrpc in the near past.
Now I am very need to know whether the development of this library still called for. Please tell me if you have any feature requests. I would also very pleased to find out about projects that uses libiqxmlrpc. It would keep up my motivation.
I'm actually using libiqxmlrpc heavily for a project (it's awesome, thanks a lot!); it's a translation service based on Apertium (a free/opensource machine translation framework): the service is currently a work-in-progress, most of the details about implementation etc. hare described here:
Here you can test an early working prototype (it's an AJAX interface to a libiqxmlrpc-based XML-RPC service):
I hope you like it and (eventually) find it useful :)
Thank you very much for your feed-back. I will add your project to library wiki soon.
I've added your project to the list of library users: http://libiqxmlrpc.wikidot.com/about:users
Please review if link and comment text are OK.
Hi! Thanks a lot!
I just updated that page with some more details, I hope it's ok :)
Thanks a lot again and best regards
Indeed I have a feature request too.. please forgive me :)
I have been successful at accessing a service implemented using libiqxmlrpc from Python/Java/Ruby/C-C++ (using both xmlrpc-c and libiqxmlrpc) but I had some problems at accessing it from Perl (using all the modules available to make XML-RPC requests); I did some debugging and it looks like Perl's HTTP requests are made in a form libiqxmlrpc doesn't like too much.
A simple Perl script to test a XML-RPC service would be this one:
I promise that when university and work will allow me to spend some time on it, I'll try to make and submit a patch :)
Thanks a lot in advance,
Please check version 0.8.9 I hope an issue with perl were fixed.
It works like a charm now, thanks a lot! :)
You are welcome.
I've just added a build system using GNU build tools to the project, if you want to give it a try :)
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