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From "Geert Josten" <>
Subject RE: flowscript caching and evaluation question
Date Fri, 20 Oct 2006 12:49:44 GMT
> iiuc, i can configure it to check the flowscript for 
> modification each time (at a performance penalty). but how 
> does cocoon determine "modification"? if it only looks at the 
> file timestamp, i still have problems, because i have the 
> parameterised "cocoon.load" call in there - which means that 
> the cache is only valid if the flowscript *and* all 
> cocoon.load()ed resources are unchanged.

Yes, setting reload to true makes Cocoon check file stamp, though with a
delay of xxx milliseconds if you specify a number (one of the other
parameters). Dynamically loading code might not work as expected, though
if you put the cocoon.load() *inside* a function, it might work

> are there docs on cocoon.load()?

Really dunno. Ask on cocoon-dev or try reading the code.. :-P

> > I also know
> > that there is something special about continuations. It's a weird 
> > situation if you request a continuation, but your script has been 
> > changed in the meantime. I believe continuations are 
> invalidated for 
> > that reason if something like that occurs.
> eek. looks like i have to ditch my current approach with 
> cocoon.load() and use dynamically generated function objects then.

Not sure, but make sure to test thoroughly! :-)

Kind regards,
Drs. G.P.H. Josten

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