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Author: Matt Gersting (All RIAForge projects by this author)
Last Updated: May 13, 2014 12:50 PM
Version: 0.9.2
Views: 21,687
Downloads: 945
License: Apache License, Version 2

Description:

Fusecache is an open-source extension to the Fusebox framework that enables developers to integrate proven caching solutions into their products with minimal application code changes.

It supports pluggable caching engines with out-of-box support for Jon Hirisci's cfMemcached, ColdFusion 9's Native EHCache, and Isaac Dealey's new CacheBox system.


5/19/2010
Version 0.9.2 now available. Adds while-you-browse key management, multi-server awareness. Significant doc update.

2/3/2010
Version 0.9.1 now available. Adds internal key memory, key memory static file creation and load, and the ability to selectively kill specific cache keys. Documentation is not up to date in describing these features.

1/16/2010:
Version 0.9 now available. Adds support for global cache key prefixing to better enable FuseCache to play seamlessly with multi-instance applications.

Fixed two bugs, one causing false positives on duplicate settings, the other preventing correct identification of cacheable items when looking at the variable-cache item with more than one variables.

Last Update:

Updated documentation to include information on registering the pre and post-fuseaction plugins with Fusebox.

Requirements:

Basic Requirements
- ColdFusion 8 or higher (hasn't been tested on 7)
- Access to CreateObject("component")
- Access to <cffile action="read" />

Requirements for Conditional/Variable caching
- Basic requirements, plus
- Access to Evaluate() method

Requirements for Static File caching
- Basic requirements, plus
- Access to <cffile action="write" />
- Database drivers compatibile with Query of Queries

Requirements for Native Caching
- Basic requirements, plus:
- ColdFusion 9 or higher

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