JSONRPCBase 0.1.2

Simple JSON-RPC service without transport layer
JSONRPCBase is a Python library is intended as an auxiliary library for easy an implementation of JSON-RPC services with Unix/TCP socket like transport protocols that do not have complex special requirements. You need to utilize some suitable transport protocol with this library to actually provide a working JSON-RPC service.


Example usage:

import jsonrpcbase

chat_service = jsonrpcbase.JSONRPCService()

def login(username, password, timelimit=0):
 return True

def receive_message(**kwargs):
 return chat_message

def send_message(msg):

if __name__ == '__main__':

 # Adds the method login to the service as a 'login'.
 chat_service.add(login, types=[basestring, basestring, int])

 # Adds the method receive_message to the service as a 'recv_msg'.
 chat_service.add(receive_message, name='recv_msg', types={"msg": basestring, "id": int})

 # Adds the method send_message as a 'send_msg' to the service.
 chat_service.add(send_message, 'send_msg')


 # Receive a JSON-RPC call.
 jsonmsg = my_socket.recv()

 # Process the JSON-RPC call.
 result = chat_service.call(jsonmsg)

 # Send back results.

Questions & Comments

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Main features:

  • Easy to use, small size, well tested.
  • Supports JSON-RPC v2.0. Compatible with v1.x style calls with the exception of v1.0 class-hinting.
  • Optional argument type validation that significantly eases development of jsonrpc method_data.

last updated on:
March 9th, 2012, 16:48 GMT
developed by:
Randy Syring
license type:
MIT/X Consortium License 
ROOT \ Internet \ HTTP (WWW)


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