cache-control is certainly advantageous over older methods, as it
certainly does provide finer grain control.
Darren L. VanBuren
On Fri, Jan 8, 2010 at 19:54, Brennan Ashton <bashton(a)brennanashton.com> wrote:
On Fri, Jan 8, 2010 at 10:29 PM, Darren VanBuren
> However, browsers cache on EXACT URLs. So if you attach ?2010011023 to
> a URL, it will only be valid until the URL changes or the expiry time
> comes around.
> Darren L. VanBuren
However if my browser caches http://fedoraproject.org
and there is a
static file pointed at called image1.gif, even if you update
to point to the static file image1-2.gif instead,
that update will not be seen until fedoraproject.org
expires from my
cache and I will still be seeing image1.gif.
I really think that cache-control is the way to go at least for
content that we want to cache, but also want to have control of all
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