Py-xmlrpc is a fast and stable implementation of the xmlrpc spec for Python (written in C). It supports both blocking and non-blocking clients and servers on Windows and POSIX (Linux, Sun) platforms. Speed improvements are often an order of magnitude over Python's standard xmlrpclib library. This release includes several new features, including a drop-in compatibility wrapper for xmlrpclib.
I finally set up a cvs archive. There are two packages avaiable: py-xmlrpc, which is the current codebase, and ehs (for Event Handling System), which is the new codebase. Puruse and let me know what you think.
Fixes a nasty segfault bug in rpcFaultClass()
Fixed bug in module linking order that resulted in segfault upon module import.
This release includes many features / fixes. See the CHANGELOG for details.
This will be the last release before moving to a new, more extensible, codebase.
There are some bugfixes which should fix random segfaulting problems and also a VERY hacky inclusion of basic HTTP authentication.
Several small feature enhancements and bug fixes are included.
Includes some minor enhancements to provide integration with zope.
Please check the changelog for recent api changes.
Contains a few bug fixes and some major feature improvements!