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[XML-SIG] WSDL library ?

Daniel Veillard wrote:
>>   Fits the 80%/20% rule perfectly.     (01)

Even so, XML-RPC really is a hack. It doesn't support Unicode, has a
silly definition of float, is needlessly bloated (to the point of
obfuscation) , has no way of inlining XML elements etc. You could have
something just as easy to use that wasn't a hack. e.g.    (02)

Here's one I prefer:    (03)

http://www.focusresearch.com/gregor/sw/XPC/XPC-0.2.html    (04)

> ... Less than 5 pages and easy to implement
>> reliably. For the people in that 80% pool it's simply the best solution.
>> The only problem is being able to cache calls without side-effects, but
>> it's a scaling issue, and that minimal addition could probably be
>> standardized on top the core (like HTTP/1.1 vs HTTP/1.0 initial goal).    (05)

If you want to scale I'd say you shouldn't use RPC...that's another
emerging concensus... Here's my contribution to it:    (06)

 http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2002/02/06/rest.html    (07)

 Paul Prescod    (08)