XML-RPC for C and C++

A lightweight RPC library based on XML and HTTP.

Copyright 2001 Eric Kidd. All rights reserved. The contents of this website may be distributed under the same license terms as XML-RPC for C/C++. Funding for the initial releases of XML-RPC for C/C++ was provided in part by First Peer, Inc.

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Technical Support

The maintainer of XML-RPC for C/C++ is Bryan Henderson, bryanh@giraffe-data.com. Contact him for any of the following, concerning either the package itself, the documentation, the web site, or the Sourceforge project:

  • to report a bug
  • to ask for help building, installing, or using
  • to make a suggestion for an improvement
  • to contribute changes

There is a developer's mailing list. Do not use that for any of the above. That mailing list is for discussion among developers of development issues. Anything that can be handled between you and the maintainer is not worth bothering any other developers for.

There is no bug tracker. Because the number of reported bugs is small and they are all handled by the same person, and promptly, a tracker would be an unnecessary additional burden.

There are no known bugs in the current release of any of the release series, because we develop and release fixes as soon as we can confirm a bug.

To see past bug fixes, so you know if upgrading to a newer release would fix a problem, look at the change history.

If you are planning to submit an enhancement, it is best to use the current Development release rather than a release from a stabilizing series. We rarely add enhancements to the stabilizing release series, and code you write for the more primitive release may not work in the development release; a lot of code changes.