So any libraries built to implement xml-rpc are probably pretty stable,
ie. they won't be changing to comply with a changing spec. Thanks for
My next question will probably result in subjective responses but I'll
ask it anyway: Is XML-RPC still a viable/reasonable solution for
client/server communication or has it been replaced by something new and
Obviously SOAP is the follow on to xml-rpc but we like the simplicity of
xml-rpc and it appears to satisfy our requirements. Is there anything
else we should be looking at in the xml-rpc'ish realm?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jochen Wiedmann [mailto:jochen.wiedmann@gmai...]
> Sent: Tuesday, January 18, 2005 2:10 PM
> To: email@example.com... > Subject: Re: Status of apache xmlrpc
> Thomas Smallwood wrote:
> > Sorry to bother anybody, but would somebody be able to tell me the
> > status of the xmlrpc project. Is it on-going and alive or has it
> > to a halt with no further development likely?
> As the XML-RPC spec won't change and the committers have (AFAIK)
> anything, that might extend the SPEC, it is (IMO) halted. At least, I
> cannot remember serious changes in the past months.