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can't import SimpleXMLRPCDis ptacher from SimpleXMLRPCSer ver

from my server I can't import SimpleXMLRPCDis patcher. please see
http://intertubewaypoint.com/metaweblog/ for the stacktrace/error
message. This onle happens on my server; I am trying to integrate the
metaweblog api into my blog and it is barfing when trying to get that
dispatcher. Anyone seen this and have a quick fix?

Aug 6 '07 #1
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On Aug 6, 1:01 pm, bhamdeveloper <shawn.o.wee... @gmail.comwrote :
from my server I can't import SimpleXMLRPCDis patcher. please seehttp://intertubewaypoi nt.com/metaweblog/for the stacktrace/error
message. This onle happens on my server; I am trying to integrate the
metaweblog api into my blog and it is barfing when trying to get that
dispatcher. Anyone seen this and have a quick fix?
fixed, I was doing something stupid

Aug 7 '07 #2

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