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A generic resource for publishing objects via XML-RPC.
Maintainer: Itamar Shtull-Trauring
||Handle a XML-RPC request and store the state for a request in progress.|
||There is no function by the given name.|
||A Proxy for making remote XML-RPC calls.|
||XML-RPC Client Factory|
||No class docstring; 0/1 instance variable, 2/4 methods documented|
||A resource that implements XML-RPC.|
||Implement the XML-RPC Introspection API.|
||Add Introspection support to an XMLRPC server.|
||Decorator to cause the request to be passed as the first argument to the method.|
Add Introspection support to an XMLRPC server.
|xmlrpc:||the XMLRPC server to add Introspection support to.|
Decorator to cause the request to be passed as the first argument to the method.
If an xmlrpc_ method is wrapped with withRequest, the request object is passed as the first argument to that method. For example:
@withRequest def xmlrpc_echo(self, request, s): return s
xmlrpclib.Fault= (source) ¶