This release fixes one bug in the destructor of the server and adds better fault handling, support for multicall, partial support for the introspection API, and some documentation.
There is finally an official XmlRpc++ site:
Next up: documentation. Let me know if you have any opinions on what sort of documentation should be available, or if you would like to help write it.
This is version 0.6 of XmlRpc++, an implementation of the XmlRpc protocol written in C++. XmlRpc++ is designed to make it easy to incorporate XmlRpc client and server support into C++ applications.
Version 0.6 is mostly minor changes. The parser fix for empty strings is necessary if your application uses empty or blank strings as values.
In an amazing display of productivity, mere moments after version 0.4 was released, here is version 0.5 of XmlRpc++.
There was an uninitialized variable in the XmlRpcValue copy constructor serious enough that any one using the library ought to update to this version.
XmlRpc++ is an implementation of the XmlRpc protocol written in C. XmlRpc++ is designed to make it easy to incorporate XmlRpc client and server support into C++ applications.
This release fixes two bugs (adding the required Host header for HTTP 1.1 requests and correcting a mistake in one of the test programs).
Easy This library is easy to incorporate into C++ applications. No other libraries are required, other than your system's socket libraries. Simple XML parsing and HTTP support are built in.... read more
XmlRpc++ is an implementation of the XmlRpc protocol written in C++. It is designed to make it easy to incorporate XmlRpc client+server support into C++ applications and requires no other libraries.