The patch below is not at all unreasonable as far as your stated goal of
not caching a newly modified file.

BTW, I think that fastpath is not enabled by default, your config has to
have the fastpath config section with the cache parameter set to true.

Also, ns_returnfile is really just an internal C api which has been
exposed to Tcl so that developers can create specific file handlers. In
general it is "dangerous" to serve content from outside of pageroot. But
that just means that the developer has to put a lot of care into
avoiding problems. In other words, ns_returnfile is not really intended
as an end user API. It usually ends up as some more friendly procedure
that handles things like relative paths, security, etc. 

tom jackson

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