On topic: The Wednesday Challenge

Randy J. Ray rjray at blackperl.com
Wed Aug 15 21:15:44 BST 2007

Jacqui caren wrote:
> Jacqui caren wrote:
>> Now making XMLRPC::Lite or Frontier::* go faster and *NOT* eat 97%CPU 
>> (other langs eat 3%CPU for same tests) and come even close to
>> 10% of the reqs/sec C/Java performance would be impressive.
> Ignore me I am just bitter that I even considered trying to use perl
> as a production XMLRPC client/server without expecting to have to roll 
> my own XMLRPC modules or rewrite existing code so that it actually works

Not to sound self-serving, but have you tried mine? (RPC::XML)

Last I checked, the Frontier::* modules were orphaned. And XMLRPC::Lite is 
fine, but it carries with it the overhead of the rest of the SOAP::Lite 
framework. Plus, I generally am able to answer questions within a week or so of 
being asked :-).

Randy J. Ray      Sunnyvale, CA      http://www.rjray.org   rjray at blackperl.com

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