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== cache_fu A rewrite of acts_as_cached. == Changes from Chis Wanstrath's Repo (2008-06-29) Rohith Ravi (entombedvirus [at] gmail) - Extended the work of kykim (http://github.com/kykim/cache_fu/tree) to support cached associations. - When User.has_many_cached :cats, you can now call user.cached_cats to retrieve a copy of the user's cats, while caching the cat id list to memcache. - When individual cat objects are saved/destroyed, corresponding user's cache is updated so that cached associations won't be stale. - has_many :through relationships are also supported. For example: When a User.has_many_cached :cats, :through => :ownerships, Saving and destroying Ownership objects will update the corresponding User's cache. - Similarly, has_one_cached and belongs_to_cached is also supported. == Usage class User < ActiveRecord::Base has_many_cached :cats end class Cat < ActiveRecord::Base belongs_to_cached :user end ./script/console >> u = User.find(:first) >> u.cached_cats >> u.cached_cats.first.cached_user == Changes from acts_as_cached 1 - You can no longer set a 'ttl' method on a class. Instead, pass :ttl to acts_as_cached: >> acts_as_cached :ttl => 15.minutes - The is_cached? method is aliased as cached? - set_cache on an instance can take a ttl >> @story.set_cache(15.days) Chris Wanstrath [ chris[at]ozmm[dot]org ]