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convserver

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Convserver is a threaded XML-RPC webserver that converts files into various formats remotely. Convserver is not meant as a end-user tool but as middleware facilitating other applications like web applications, mobile apps and traditional GUI tools.

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Categories

XML-RPC, Streaming, Web Services

License

BSD License

Features

  • Configurable webserver that integrates the XML-RPC webservices, runs stand-alone or daemonized.
  • Modular architecture supporting more generic filetypes (audio, documents, images)
  • Session management.
  • Chunk based uploading and downloading of files.
  • Growing suite of unittests that cover the remote XML-RPC API.

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Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, System Administrators, Developers

User Interface

Console/Terminal

Programming Language

Python

Registered

2011-01-04

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