[wp-hackers] Questions about the Cache

Brian Layman Brian at TheCodeCave.com
Tue Jul 25 20:40:02 GMT 2006

>I got my article posted on Friday:

I'm glad you informed the list.  

Good article.  Thank you. 

I am assuming that wp_cache_get() will return FALSE, if ENABLE_CACHE is not
defined.  So, it is safe to write the code directly using wp_cache_get
rather than checking the ENABLE_CACHE value every time.  Is that correct?

And wow - you're a proud Devo fan!  I guess since the originals were from
Akron, ground zero for me, I should not make fun.  But ever since I read
your article with your Dev2.o banner beside it, I can't get these lyrics out
of my head...

When your query's really long, you must cache it.
You must cache it!
Cache it good...


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[mailto:wp-hackers-bounces at lists.automattic.com] On Behalf Of Dougal
Sent: Monday, July 24, 2006 3:47 PM
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Subject: Re: [wp-hackers] Questions about the Cache

Dougal Campbell wrote:
> I've been planning to write up a plugin to use as an example of using 
> the object cache, but haven't had time to finish it up. I'm in the 
> process of writing an article to explain it, and hope to post it soon.

I got my article posted on Friday:


Comments/questions welcome.

Dougal Campbell <dougal at gunters.org>

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