Re[Haskell-cafe] mote invocations in Haskell?
limestrael at gmail.com
Tue Mar 23 18:37:33 EDT 2010
Okay, well, apparently I have to rely on an external HTTP server. This is not
very simple, is there another more suitable way to get RPC working in
Yves Parès wrote:
> Okay, I tried to make the sample here:
> But I can't get it working... Is there an external XML-RPC server that
> must be running? Maybe even an external HTTP server?
> The server launches without complaining about anything, whereas the client
> tells: simple_client: user error (Error calling examples.add: connect:
> does not exist (Connection refused))
> I know I have to adapt the url the client tries to connect at (in the
> sample, "http://localhost/~bjorn/cgi-bin/simple_server"), but I don't know
> Roman Cheplyaka-2 wrote:
>> * Yves Parès <limestrael at gmail.com> [2010-03-23 13:46:25-0700]
>>> Is there a way to perform some kind of remote method invocation in
>>> (Or, "remote object", but I prefer not to use this term, as there are no
>>> "objects" strictly speaking in Haskell)
>>> I would like to use a higher level API than sockets for network
>> There is for example XML-RPC library for Haskell.
>> Roman I. Cheplyaka :: http://ro-che.info/
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