[Twisted-web] Nevow PageCache
andrea at cpushare.com
Tue Dec 13 18:47:12 MST 2005
On Wed, Dec 14, 2005 at 12:48:00AM +0100, Valentino Volonghi wrote:
> The right strategy would be to write something similar for twisted.web2 using
> filters maybe. This would make the implementation significantly easier to
> maintain and probably shorter.
So, we should defer it to the time nevow will switch over web2?
> Nevow would be the place of fragment caches (for which there is an already
> implemented API as you may recall).
Yep, at some point I started using it but then it complicated things too
much and I removed them. The benefit wasn't big enough. Those caches
require explicit coding, while the PageCache is instead totally
transparent and it only requires a two liner patch to be enabled and the
patched code runs backwards compatible if run on a pristine nevow tree.
So to me the PageCache is more important and it does 99% of the work.
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