[pLog-svn] RE: patch for http-conditional (fwd)
oscar at renalias.net
Thu Jul 14 20:12:09 GMT 2005
If it doesn't break anything else, I don't see why we could use the
newest version of the class. On the other hand, conditional HTTP
requests is not the biggest problem we've got with caching but Smarty
itself so I don't quite see how this would help.
On 14 Jul 2005, at 22:34, Jon Daley wrote:
> Hi all. This email is from the author of the http cache
> conditional functions that we use in plog.
> He is trying to convince me to use a new feature of the new
> version - it is interesting, and might be a way around at least
> part of the caching problem with plugins.
> Basically, it can detect whether session values have changed,
> and return a new page based on that information.
> It might not help us, since we would need smarty to run, but
> I'll bet we could turn the caching on to public as long as we
> checked the session values in the http cache. This would speed up
> plog in the cases where there is a proxy server in between the user
> and plog. (either in the case where people are trying to lessen
> the load, like a couple people on the forums, or in the case like
> myself that uses a squid proxy, or AOL that caches stuff locally,
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Date: Thu, 14 Jul 2005 21:18:28 +0200
> From: Alexandre Alapetite <rikkealex at webspeed.dk>
> Reply-To: alexandre at alapetite.net
> To: 'Jon Daley' <alapetite at jon.limedaley.com>
> Subject: RE: patch for http-conditional
> Hi again,
> I have made a small example for you, using sessions. It is
> available on
> It is aimed to be used while watching the LiveHTTPheaders window.
> If more than one person is using this example at the same time, the
> might not be very accurate, because of the "touch()"...
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