Chris Shiflett wrote: > > Don't get too carried away here. It sounds like you are confusing two > entirely different things. Your earlier questions were related to > caching on the client, not on the server. Yes, PHP does have some > control over what the client caches through HTTP, but this is unrelated > to caching of PHP itself.
Huh? Maybe you are confusing this thread with another one where you and I are talking about (at this very moment) browser caching? (HTTP header no-cache) This thread is about the PHP engine caching include files in memory instead of reading them off the disk every time a PHP script is invoked that contains an include() or require(). Hacking 'til it hurts :) Jc -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php