GNU Guile-RPC

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GNU Guile-RPC is an implementation of ONC RPC and XDR (standardized as RFC 1831 and RFC 4506) in Guile Scheme, and for use by GNU Guile programs. ONC RPC is the ``Open Network Computing'' Remote Procedure Call protocol, allowing programs to invoke procedures of programs running on remote machines. XDR is the underlying binary data representation format.

Releases

GNU Guile-RPC is available from ftp.gnu.org (consider using a mirror for higher bandwidth.)

Documentation

The manual is available on-line, as is documentation for most GNU software. You may also find more information about Guile-RPC by running info guile-rpc.

Mailing List

A mailing list for bug reports and general discussion is available at <bug-guile-rpc@gnu.org>. You can subscribe to the mailing list and view the list archive.

Development

Development occurs using the Git distributed revision control system. A copy of the source code repository can be obtained using the following command:

git clone git://git.sv.gnu.org/guile-rpc.git

The repository can be browsed on-line.

Additional information is available from the Savannah project page.

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