New framework: KXmlRpcClient
aleixpol at kde.org
Thu Jan 8 17:17:59 UTC 2015
On Thu, Jan 8, 2015 at 6:08 PM, Daniel Vrátil <dvratil at redhat.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> KXmlRpcClient provides a complete XMLRPC client for applications to use. It's
> used most notably by DrKonqi to talk to b.k.o. It's the first framework split
> from kdepimlibs that we feel is ready to be shipped with KDE Frameworks.
> I went through the code, fixed couple minor problems I spotted and added unit-
> tests to test the (de)marshaller code properly.
> It should be a Tier 3 framework, as it depends on KIO (for HTTP interaction).
> I would like to submit the KXmlRpcClient for the standard 2 week review
> period, and if everything is OK, then move it to Frameworks (so we can finally
> drop the bundled copy from DrKonqi ;-)).
I've had to use the framework at some point (especially when porting
drkonqi). It looks like a decent code-base and I'm sure it will end up
being useful by many people.
In KDE alone, we already need it for drkonqi as well as kdepim, at least.
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