A couple more minor changes before I turn the new stuff loose.
* Added a wrapper class so that you can invoke methods as experiment.swapexp or node.reboot. So instead of invoking as /XMLRPC/experiment can calling swapexp, you can call the server as /XMLRPC and call experiment.swapexp. This allows you to use a single connection to talk to different parts of the API. Note this is standard (or is it defacto) syntax in XMLRPC. * Changed the demonstration client to talk the server this way. * Changed paperbag to allow this as well; the xmlrpc server is invoked with no args, which tells it to export the wrapper interface instead of a specific module interface. * A few more cleanups in the server, more permission checks, etc.