We are running a simple pbuf-based protocol over HTTP:

http://www.dataflow-software.com/docs/pbuf-rpc.html

It works great for us as it allows a lot of flexibility.

We also define a bunch of messages for the primitive types and arrays:

http://www.dataflow-software.com/files/dataflow-rpc.proto

Sincerely,

On Nov 23, 12:47 am, Romain François <francoisrom...@free.fr> wrote:
> Hello,
>
> Is there a comparison of the various rpc implementations somewhere ?
>
> We are implementing third party support for R and would like to throw an
> rpc implementation into the mix, but which one to choose ?
>
> Romain
>
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