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foocache is a simple caching system for PHP4 which optionally uses HTML-tidy to clean up the generated HTML Code. Instead of processing the whole page, a cachefile is loaded, assuming that it exists and is younger than a defined age. The name of the cache file is generated with the MD5 sum of the Request URI and the HTML post variables. foocache also can highlight (search)strings in the output.

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Recent releases

  •  21 Oct 2003 00:49

    Release Notes: This release fixes a small bug with regexp quoting on searchstring highlights.

    •  25 May 2003 06:00

      Release Notes: This version can now highlight strings in the output (e.g. for marking search results).

      •  08 Apr 2003 21:30

        Release Notes: Now ob_get_length() is used instead of strlen() to get buffered content length. Additional options for tidy can be set with a variable. This release fixes problems with non-iso-8859-1 input.

        •  07 Apr 2003 18:19

          Release Notes: The cache file naming with POST variables has been fixed. foocache can now be disabled by setting a define.

          •  03 Apr 2003 16:10

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

            Recent comments

            07 Apr 2003 14:39 miham

            Possibly error..
            Maybe you should consider checking cookies to, because lot's
            of sites relies on them and gives different output for different
            cookies. Sorry if this is already done.


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