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From "Paul J. Reder" <>
Subject Re: CacheOn directive
Date Tue, 27 Aug 2002 12:59:05 GMT
In fact, the CacheOn directive simply sets a variable in the mod_cache
data structure which is never checked.

Is there any reason to keep this directive or can I go ahead and remove
CacheOn and the code that sets and merges it (for no good reason)?

Graham Leggett wrote:

> Ask Bjoern Hansen wrote:
>> "CacheOn on" sounds pretty silly.  Wouldn't it be better if it was
>> "CacheOn yes" or just "Cache on"?  :-)
> Or another question: What does CacheOn do that CacheEnable doesn't 
> already do?
> Regards,
> Graham

Paul J. Reder
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