I recently purchased the Pro version. So far, at least in my testing, it's operating very well.
In the old version of Quick Cache (v111203), you had these default URI Exclusion Patterns:
The Pro version doesn't insert any stock defaults. Is the above still recommended as necessary exclusions? If so, are there any that are no longer valid and any additional ones that should be added to account for WordPress' various updates since way back when?
In the latest version of Quick Cache and Quick Cache Pro these can be supplied if you wish (that's fine). However, they are no longer necessary because these are automatically excluded by Quick Cache and Quick Cache Pro now; even if you omit them :-)
Thanks for confirming this. If I omit "wp-login" from the URI exclusion list it looks like Quick Cache Pro does still cache that page, but not any of the others, such as "lostpassword" (I assume due to the query string).
Is that intended behavior? It seems caching "wp-login.php" is optimal as there's no actual danger of caching something user-specific (e.g., usernames) due to the POST request method being ignored by Quick Cache Pro.
Bug fix; see websharks/zencache#41
@bridgeport You are correct, no real harm in this; but that's NOT the intended behavior. I'm having this fixed for the next official release. @raamdev Pull requests have been submitted to correct the bug reported here.
@bridgeport Thanks for identifying this!
Related commit. See: JasWSInc/Quick-Cache@7fb1062
This bug was fixed in Quick Cache v131224: