A library for writing asynchronous JSON-RPC servers and clients in Python, using Twisted. It aims to be as simple and easy to understand (and hack) as possible.
Read more about JSON-RPC at http://www.jsonrpc.org/
Support for HTTP and HTTPS as protocol (via twisted.web) and for more lightweight netstring (see http://cr.yp.to/proto/netstrings.txt )
Support for HTTP authentization - only basic, not digest; use SSL for encrypted credentials.
Support for HTTP persistent connections and Factory to create proxies to different URLs
Support for HTTP compression
Full standards compliance.
Support both JSON-RPC standards at once - great if you don't control your clients.
Detailed examples :-) .
More tests, better (functionality) coverage. This applies to every project, always :-) .
Refactoring, mostly tests.
- test_server and test_jsonrpc
- test_client and test_netstringclient
JSON is well readable for a human. It's easy to use Wireshark (www.wireshark.org) or similar for debugging.
JSON-RPC version 1 doesn't talk about batch requests. In order to support both standards at once, fastjsonrpc supports it just like in version 2. It ties JSON-RPC version to the method call, not the request as a whole.
I didn't test the JSON Class hinting, as mentioned in the version 1 spec. I leave this to the JSON parsing capabilities of respective libraries.
SSL client test raises an error after shutDown. Looks like a bug in Trial and we can ignore it.