Tue, 26 Feb 2002 14:51:06 +1100
On Tue, Feb 26, 2002 at 02:33:21PM +1100, Drew Whitehouse didst scribe:
> Sounds like you are of a similar mind to me. We use the asyncore stuff
> ourselves. I'm interested in looking further into XMLRPC as a way of
> regularizing our protocols for any non performance critical
> communication while still staying in a reasonably conceptually
> manageable framework.
Y'know what is a fun thing to do - get the xmlrpc libs working
ontop of asyncore. I almost had an architecture figured out to do said
nastyness to allow me to do rate limited XMLRPC content.
But alas, the real world intruded and stopped me finishing the experiment...
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