[Oberon] XMLRPC Implementation

John Drake jmdrake_98 at yahoo.com
Fri Jun 27 21:13:50 CEST 2003

--- Thomas Frey <frey at inf.ethz.ch> wrote:
> > My first thought for sending the XML accross the
> net
> > was to implement an AosIO.Writer with an
> > AosTCP.Connection.Send delegate.  But that simply
> > didn't work.
> What is the problem with that ?
> all use a AosIO Writer on a TCP sonnection. (Did you
> maybe miss
> the AosIO.Writer.Update ?

I think I remembered to do this, but I didn't keep
this under version control so I can't go back and
check.  When I have time I'll try to do it this
way again and see what happens.
> > Plus I noticed that AosIO.Writer.String
> > makes repeated calls to the Send delegate proceder
> > (one for each charecter in the string).  It's much
> > better in this instance to send all of the bytes
> in a
> > group, so I called Send directly.
> The AosIO.Writer.String only calls AosIO.Writer.Char
> for each
> character, not Send. This then only calls the Send
> delegate if its buffer is
> full. So
> sending (more than one) string/integer/etc. is
> probably faster via
> the AosIO.Writer since the number of network packets
> is reduced,
> compared to calling AosTCP.Connection.Send manually.
> The overhead
> of adding thousands of Char to the buffer is minimal
> compared to wasting one
> single network packet (at least for computers with
> more than very few MHz)
> --Thomas

My mistake.  I misread the source of Char.


John M. Drake

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