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From Martin Wegner <>
Subject RE: future of this library
Date Fri, 04 Feb 2005 15:08:00 GMT

+1 for us too.

--- Gabi <> wrote:

> I use the apache implementation and it works perfectly.
> I suppose that as no error is detected, and, it does the work, and no
> more
> implementation can be done (because it does everything compliant with
> the
> specifications, any add-on will be out of specification, so... no new
> version will be available.
> I use very much xmlrpc to communicate with the same apache
> implementation,
> with other java implementations, once with a C++ xmlrpc with another
> application in another company, and with a php implementation too.
> I had never a problem, only recently with a kxmlrpc implementation in
> java
> for mobile phones, that is old or dead many time ago and it does not
> work
> correctly (it works 98% but fails for example sending "large" byte[]
> data
> types (it exchanges some bytes inside the array!!!).
> If a library is xmlrpc compliant and it works, it does not care if it
> has a
> new version or is an old version for me, because it works.
> -----Mensaje original-----
> De: []
> Enviado el: viernes, 04 de febrero de 2005 9:19
> Para:
> Asunto: future of this library
> Hi,
> anyone knows how is this library supported or developer? Is it still
> alive, or completely dead?
> What can I do if I need small XML RPC library and no overbloated stuff
> like Apache Axis (which maybe can do XML RPC too)? I was browsing list
> of java implementations at
> and all are
> old or dead. Or there was found some problem with XML RPC protocol and
> it's now obsolete?
> Thanks for any hint or suggestion,
> Petr

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