On 3/23/07, Walter <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Ajax.SingleUpdater - Fetches the URL once, then returns the same
> content on
> subsequent calls with the same URL.

We already have that. Make a single Ajax.Request, then re-use the content.

Ajax.CacheableUpdater - Respects standard HTTP 'Expires' / 'Pragma' headers
> when deciding whether to re-issue an HTTP request or return the last content
> fetched.

We already have that. Use Ajax.Updater over GET and let the browser take
care of the specifics of HTTP.

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