;;; Time-stamp: <06/01/03 14:42:28 nhw>
;;; Copyright (C) 2005 by Noel Welsh.

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;;; Author: Noel Welsh <> and Matt Jadud
;; Commentary:

(module core mzscheme

  (require (lib "" "net")

  (provide xmlrpc-server

  ;; xmlrpc-server : string integer string -> (string -> (any ... -> any))
  ;;               : url -> (string -> (any ... -> any))
  (define xmlrpc-server 
      [(host port path)
       (let ([url (string->url
                   (format "http://~a:~a/~a" host port path))])
         (xmlrpc-server url))]
       (lambda (method-name)
         (lambda args
           ;; This port used to go unclosed. Now, I close it.
           ;; However, this is on the client-side. So while this
           ;; does clean up a leak, it doesn't fix the server-leak.
           (let* ([impure-port
                    (apply encode-xmlrpc-call method-name args))]
                  [result (decode-xmlrpc-response impure-port)])
             (close-input-port impure-port)

  (define xml-rpc-server xmlrpc-server)