Håvard Vegge <hava...@stud.ntnu.no> writes:
> Your answer was useful, thanks!
> Well, I'm still here, playing around with VIFF and a simple web
> application, while I really should have been writing my master's
Hmm, maybe we should put a warning sign on the download page: "Master
and PhD students should be aware that programming with VIFF might be
addictive, use with care." :-)
> Now my only problem is to get my VIFF program and SimpleXMLRPCServer
> to work together. I have three MPC servers which receive the same
> XML-RPC message. When this happens, they will start the multiparty
> protocol. It works for one such request, but when setting the
> XML-RPC server to serve_forever() weird things start to happen.
Right -- you have to use the Twisted XML-RPC server, at least on the
three MPC servers:
The SimpleXMLRPCServer in Python does not know about Twisted, so they
will not play together.
VIFF (Virtual Ideal Functionality Framework) brings easy and efficient
SMPC (Secure Multiparty Computation) to Python. See: http://viff.dk/.
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