On 10/12/05, Alan Milligan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> And you are allowed to be. It is a bit strange in an XML-RPC dialog to
> drop out to http occasionally ...
Actually, I'd expect large files over XML-RPC to be handled by sending
a URL, and have the client GET the file separately. But then, I have
weird ideas sometimes.
> This has absolutely nothing on them actually implementing a lot of their
> XML-RPC using HTTP GET, when the protocol clearly states it must be an
> HTTP POST ...
> (I imagine this is a performance enhancement in that you needn't
> xml-parse the payload ...)
Unless you can make the server a simple front-end to a pile-o-files on
disk, I don't see any benefit. There's no issue for the client, only
the server, since they want to limit the number of machines they stick
behind the load-balancer.
Ok, I think we've agreed this isn't an Expat issue, but a bug in
RedHat code that's unrelated to using XML in Zope. The Expat-based
minidom-builder in recent versions of Python is pretty well tested in
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