[typo] typo admin shows up on google.

Damien Pollet damien.pollet at gmail.com
Thu Jul 28 23:46:16 EDT 2005


> OK.  I was under the impression that the cache was implemented on the Rails
> side, in the same fashion that people write page caches in Java on the Servlet
> side.

That would be what's called action caching in rails.

> Actually, I'm starting to wonder why Apache doesn't do this caching instead of
> needing to implement it manually on the Rails side.  Really, a webapp should
> only have to put the right cache headers on the pages it returns

And how do you invalidate cached pages ?

> reason, though... so that they can get caching on anything without writing any
> code.

You still have to decide to cache such asd such pages and to uncache
on some events, and typo does just that.

> I suppose if the admin markup were served using AJAX calls which were
> initiated
> only for admins, that would solve both issues.

It's just nudging the 'problem', that ajax code has to be server to everyone.

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