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File Cache: Store and retrieve generic data in cache files

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cache_class 1.0GNU General Publi...4.0PHP 5, Cache
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This class can be used to store and retrieve generic data in cache files.

It can check if a given variable is already stored in a cache file and retrieve its value if it exists and the cache file did not expire.

Otherwise the class can create a new cache file to store a newly computed cache variable value.

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Using the class:
1. upload the file "cache.class.php" somewhere at your server.
2. create new directory at the server and make it writable.
3. in the file where you'll use the class, include the class
4. make an instance of the class
      $cache = new cache();
5. setup the cache dir:
      $cache->cache_dir = './others/cache'; // the default is ./cache
6. follow the steps from the example (example.php).
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Plain text file cache.class.php Class The main class
Accessible without login Plain text file example.php Example An example using the class
Accessible without login Plain text file README.txt Doc. README file
Accessible without login Plain text file The.GNU.General.Public.License.txt Lic. the GNU license

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small class but great usability
6 years ago (André Luis)
Why not using the functions that PHP suggest? APC - http://www.
7 years ago (Ralf Mike Pretzlaw)