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xmlrpc lib for c++

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Hello
I need a xmlrpc lib for c++. I know two: xmlrpc++ and xmlrpc-c. But i
don't know that it is best for me.
I am developing an application in c++. I read that the xmlrpc-c lib is
in C and wrap the functions to use in c++.

Well, i think that it is more difficult to use than xmlrpc++ that it is
made in c++.
The trouble is that the xmlrpc++ is stopped from 2003 and i think that
it has got a lot of bugs unresolved but it is more simple to integrate
with my application.

well, somebody recommends some alternative to me?

Aug 25 '06 #1
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Which platform are you using?
I have tried building xmlrpc++ on Windows and it started consuming so much
time that I just used the c version. On unix based systems, the build of
xmlrpc++ is straightforward. I feel, if your program is in C++, then it
would be best to use xmlrpc++

~ Neeraj
"Manuel" <mf*****@gmail.comwrote in message
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Hello
I need a xmlrpc lib for c++. I know two: xmlrpc++ and xmlrpc-c. But i
don't know that it is best for me.
I am developing an application in c++. I read that the xmlrpc-c lib is
in C and wrap the functions to use in c++.

Well, i think that it is more difficult to use than xmlrpc++ that it is
made in c++.
The trouble is that the xmlrpc++ is stopped from 2003 and i think that
it has got a lot of bugs unresolved but it is more simple to integrate
with my application.

well, somebody recommends some alternative to me?

Aug 26 '06 #2

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I will use it on unix based system. Even so, I have doubts on as to
use. some opinion more?

Neeraj Mahajan ha escrito:
Which platform are you using?
I have tried building xmlrpc++ on Windows and it started consuming so much
time that I just used the c version. On unix based systems, the build of
xmlrpc++ is straightforward. I feel, if your program is in C++, then it
would be best to use xmlrpc++

~ Neeraj
"Manuel" <mf*****@gmail.comwrote in message
news:11**********************@75g2000cwc.googlegro ups.com...
Hello
I need a xmlrpc lib for c++. I know two: xmlrpc++ and xmlrpc-c. But i
don't know that it is best for me.
I am developing an application in c++. I read that the xmlrpc-c lib is
in C and wrap the functions to use in c++.

Well, i think that it is more difficult to use than xmlrpc++ that it is
made in c++.
The trouble is that the xmlrpc++ is stopped from 2003 and i think that
it has got a lot of bugs unresolved but it is more simple to integrate
with my application.

well, somebody recommends some alternative to me?
Aug 28 '06 #3

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Manuel wrote:
I will use it on unix based system. Even so, I have doubts on as to
use. some opinion more?
I can not recommend one. But you can test these:
http://ulxmlrpcpp.sourceforge.net/
http://libiqxmlrpc.sourceforge.net/w...wakka=HomePage

Maybe you can find more libraries at one of these places:
http://www.trumphurst.com/cpplibs/cpplibs.phtml
http://freshmeat.net
http://sourceforge.net/
http://directory.fsf.org

Aug 28 '06 #4

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