XMLRPC with classes
ROC - Remote Object Call
ROC is RPC enhancment allowing to manipulate remote objects like they are local
- Host machine running FitNesse server and SLIM server;
- Set of guests, that are provisioned by vagrant with ROC servers;
When hosts’ fixture is invoked by SLIM server, it can access guests’ roc servers.
To start serving your modules on remote machine with ROC:
python -m "roc" -m <your-module-path> -p <port>
To connect to your instance from host:
from roc.client import server_proxy, remote_module proxy = server_proxy(host='127.0.0.1', port=1234) RModule = remote_module(proxy)
To instantiate object on remote machine:
remote_instance = RModule.RemoteClass(1, 2, 3)
From now every method called on remote_instance will be executed on remote.
When you finished, call proxy.shutdown() to, well, shut down remote ROC server.
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