- TO DO
PPI::Cache - The PPI Document Caching Layer
# Set the cache use PPI::Cache path => '/var/cache/ppi-cache'; # Manually create a cache my $Cache = PPI::Cache->new( path => '/var/cache/perl/class-PPI', readonly => 1, );
PPI::Cache provides the default caching functionality for PPI.
It integrates automatically with PPI itself. Once enabled, any attempt to load a document from the filesystem will be cached via cache.
Please note that creating a PPI::Document from raw source or something other object will not be cached.
The most common way of using
PPI::Cache is to provide parameters to the
use statement at the beginning of your program.
# Load the class but do not set a cache use PPI::Cache; # Use a fairly normal cache location use PPI::Cache path => '/var/cache/ppi-cache';
Any of the arguments that can be provided to the
new constructor can also be provided to
new param => $value, ...
new constructor creates a new standalone cache object.
It takes a number of parameters to control the cache.
pathparam sets the base directory for the cache. It must already exist, and must be writable.
readonlyparam is a true/false flag that allows the use of an existing cache by a less-privileged user (such as the web user).
Existing documents will be retrieved from the cache, but new documents will not be written to it.
Returns a new
PPI::Cache object, or dies on error.
path accessor returns the path on the local filesystem that is the root of the cache.
readonly accessor returns true if documents should not be written to the cache.
get_document $md5sum | \$source
get_document method checks to see if a Document is stored in the cache and retrieves it if so.
store_document method takes a PPI::Document as argument and explicitly adds it to the cache.
Returns true if saved, or
undef (or dies) on error.
FIXME (make this return either one or the other, not both)
- Finish the basic functionality
- Add support for use PPI::Cache auto-setting $PPI::Document::CACHE
See the support section in the main module.
Adam Kennedy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Copyright 2005 - 2011 Adam Kennedy.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
The full text of the license can be found in the LICENSE file included with this module.