I have checked the latest changes into subversion. Here is a list of the features supported:
- Changed the XMLRPC dispatcher to allow sending nil which translates to the Python
None. This was already allowed with JSONRPC
- Cross site request forgery framework support
- Added cross domain access control
- Added unit tests for base64 encoded binary
- Added access to HttpRequest object form inside a called RPC method and associated unit tests
Some of these features were fairly major and I am lucky that I have pretty good unit tests in place. However, since most of these features were user requested, I really hope that I can get some of you guys to run this version in your environment and let me know how it works.
In addition, I’m sorry that I am so late in making this release. As of a week ago, I began a new job (although with the same company). The transition was somewhat taxing, but I should have a little more time freed up for open source work now that everything has settled down.
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Thank you very much David. We will make heavy use of the new features you provide in March.
And will surely provide you some feedback.
By the way, rpc4django is a high quality project that has not yet given any kind of problem to us.
Indeed, very much appreciated. Will start testing as soon as I get a go ahead from you
By all means, go ahead! I did some testing on my own, but nothing beats the actual users using it. I ran through the unit tests and verified that I could access the HttpRequest object by creating a sample method that did just that in the example project. Please take a look and let me know. I plan to formally release it in a few days unless there are any serious issues.
Will grab it now and run through it through the paces. Any problems and I’ll let you know !
No regressions for any of my stuff and kwargs[‘request’] is magic. Fantastic update.
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