|Monday, February 18, 2002|
Ahhh.... much better. Everything you type into, say, TextEdit arrives in Radio without any quoting stupidity. Seems that AppleScript's XML encoder is a little overeager in quoting apostrophes and quotes.
I moved to using a pure Objective-C implementation of XML-RPC. Totally kick butt implementation; it was actually a reduction in the # of lines of code when moving from AppleScript's xmlrpc to their implementation! Not only that, but the application now automatically gives useful error messages when the targeted XML receiver is either not running/responding or is up, but refuses the request.
Let me repeat myself: Cocoa, Foundation, and Objective-C kick major ass.
Expect a new release of RadioServices in the next day or two...
OK-- assuming this post actually makes it through, then Andy Fragen totally rocks!
I just rebuilt my OS X box [a TiBook] -- upgrading to a 48gb IBM HD in the process -- and the paths to my Radio UserLand environment are completely different.