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Phred (5358)

Phred
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Fred is a Perl and PostgreSQL geek. He has made some very small contributions to a few cpan modules and mod_perl.

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Wednesday March 18, 2009
01:11 AM

XML::RPC and XML::Feed

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Two outstanding modules I used for the first time tonight. They both "just work".
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  • I noticed on CPAN ratings you mentioned that other XML-RPC modules had problems such as dying on missing elements. Did you have these problems with RPC::XML? If so, could you share them so that I can see about fixing them?

    (Though, if the problem is in handling a message that isn't valid XML-RPC, I'm not sure what I should do... are you saying that XML::RPC accepts messages that don't actually conform to the spec?

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    --rjray

    • XML::RPC seems to be a bit more liberal in what it will accept. I think RPC::XML was unable to parse empty elements. I don't recollect exactly, but I was writing code against the OpenX ad server API. I will post an RT bug with the details next time I am in that code.