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--- Comment #2 from Roan Kattouw <> 2010-10-12 13:23:05 
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(In reply to comment #1)
> The one potential down side is the action parse requests during many users
> opening the same sequence for editing won't be cached. But in practice it may
> not matter since editing will be relatively rare and it won't hit the parser
> cache anyway when editing a custom string.

Custom strings don't hit the parser cache. You can try to have them hit Squid
cache by setting an &smaxage param (in which case you're right that you need
GET), but AFAIK making such unlikely-to-be-revisited requests cacheable just
slows things down: there is virtually no caching benefit and the Squids need to
write all this stuff to cache, then evict it later.

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