Wednesday, March 22, 2006

twisted.web2.xmlrpc How-To

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Last night, Sean Reifschneider and I sat together at
hacking society. He got a new
release of
vPostMaster
ready, and I started converting the
twisted.web.xmlrpc How-to to
twisted.web2.

It was pretty easy, really. The major difference in implementation is
that xmlrpc_*() methods now take the request object in their sigs.
Another minor change: we're dumping the .rpy stuff from the old docs,
and instead showing how to generally plug an XML-RPC resource into
twisted.web2 web server (i.e., other resources). It looks like dried's
http_auth branch
will soon be reviewed for inclusion in trunk, so we will be adding
support and docs for authentication in t.w2.xmlrpc as well.


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