On Monday, February 26, 2018 at 8:27:25 AM UTC, Jun Omae wrote:
> Hi, 
> On Fri, Feb 23, 2018 at 9:00 PM, Velu Narasimman <velavasim...@gmail.com> 
> wrote: 
> >     I am working with a project developed using trac. I have learned 
> upto 
> > making a plugin. All static content in our project are served with out 
> > caching. So more request are hitting the server. How can I set "Expires" 
> > header so that the static files are cached in end user's browser? Please 
> > give me some code samples showing how and where exactly can I set the 
> > "Expires" header for CSS, JS files that are served from the plugin by 
> trac. 
> > 
> >     I have came across the req.send_header() method but not sure how I 
> can 
> > set it for static files! so please help me on this. 
> It would be easy to use mod_expires on Apache rather than setting the 
> header from a plugin. 

Yeah, mod_expires seems like the way to go, and there must be something 
similar for Nginx and other webservers.

We do set the Expires header, but I'm unsure of the effect:

Perhaps #12964 will eventually be applicable for someone that really want 
to run TracStandalone rather than a third-party webserver and is still 
concerned about the caching policy.

- Ryan

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