[Twisted-Python] Deserializing AMP callRemoteString without knowing the Command's signature
Laurens Van Houtven
_ at lvh.cc
Tue Jun 26 15:09:59 EDT 2012
As some of you may know I am working on a JSON-RPC <-> AMP bridge to
consume AMP services from browsers. WIP: http://lvh.github.com/amphibian/
I've hit a failing integration test. I know what the issue is -- I don't
know how to resolve it.
I attempted to write the proxy without any knowledge of the remote
commands. It assumes that the JSON provided satisfies the remote signature.
If it doesn't -- that's okay, we'll get a failure back from the AMP server.
So, I use callRemoteString and manually serialize by typechecking. Although
that works for sending, the result I get back from callRemoteString is also
in wire format. Because I don't know the signature, I have no idea if the
sender meant 4, "4", u"4"...
dreid pointed out that I really shouldn't need a language-specific
implementation of a class for this to work
teratorn pointed out that there is a JSON schema ticket for AMP. Perhaps
there should also be a "DiscoverSchema" command?
Alternatively I could just cop out and require commands to be importable.
Would make the code simpler but the entire design would become
significantly more coupled.
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