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From Yves Zoundi <>
Subject RE: Re: Re: Re: [FIX] I18nTransformer [CACHING PIPELINE]
Date Wed, 13 Sep 2006 22:19:44 GMT
Hi everybody,

It does work now! Everything I need in the cache is there! I looked again
at the samples, straight cut and paste from logger to the smallest detail
. I also went back to the notation{../locale} instead of

I can say Hourra! I am now planning on integrating a webservice and rss
feeds. Maybe  a little bit of cforms will be added for user

Thanks everybody. You've bee a real help to me. If approved by the manager
Cocoon will be the core of our infrastructure which relies on lots of
XML+XSLT+XLINK+XINCLUDE. I hope I will be able to add our new site to
Cocoon live sites.

Good night/Good morning everybody

-----Original Message-----
From: "Ard Schrijvers" <>
To: <>
Date: Tue, 12 Sep 2006 10:24:53 +0200
Subject: RE: Re: Re: Re: [FIX] I18nTransformer [CACHING PIPELINE]

> > 
> > On 9/12/06, Yves Zoundi <> wrote:
> > 
> > > ...If you have any ideas please let me know...
> I just think it works for you: you do think it doesn't because you
> cannot switch between language in your browser due to browser cache,
> right? In real live, that doesn't matter, because somebody in fr will
> get it al the time in fr, and somebody in en all the time in en....
> > 
> > Specifiying the locale in the URL path would certainly work 
> > around this problem.
> > 
> > Even though URL purists (understandably) hate them, URLs like
> > 
> >   fr/yourpage
> >   en/yourpage
> > 
> > seem like the safest option with today's browsers.
> It is not only about browsers when you have high traffic live sites.
> with caching on several levels: If you use squid or mod_cache, you
> might configure caching according the language settings (though I don't
> know how), but normally, when you cache in mod_cache or squid, you
> cache based on the url (inl request params ofcourse). This implies,
> that the first browser with a hit fills the cache according to that
> language, serving the same pages to other browsers. If you come with a
> solution that you *can* specify mod_cache to cache according language
> settings, I will reply that you then still have the problem that *many*
> persons these days are within companies having there own proxy, you
> certainly don't control :-) 
> So those evangalists hating /fr/foo, well....whatever :-) 
> Regards Ard
> > 
> > -Bertrand
> > 
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