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LWP::UserAgent::Cached substitute?
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e***@gmail.com
2018-11-21 01:44:29 UTC
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Hi folks,

First time poster.

I have some command line apps that use LWP with LWP::UserAgent::Cached for
the local file-based cache to get() and later parse pages. I need to use
this local page cache so that I don't hit the web server repeatedly for
unchanged pages. I was hoping to use Mojolicious, but prefer not to try to
re-implement this caching.

It doesn't appear that LWP::UserAgent::Cached would be usable with
Mojolicious, and don't see anything readily available as an alternative.

Any advice?
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Dan Book
2018-11-21 03:29:53 UTC
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I'm not sure why you say it wouldn't be usable with Mojolicious.
Mojolicious doesn't care what other modules you use. LWP won't be capable
of non-blocking queries like Mojo::UserAgent will of course, but that's
usually not important for the command line. If you want to do it with
Mojo::UserAgent try https://metacpan.org/pod/Mojo::UserAgent::Role::Cache.

-Dan
Post by e***@gmail.com
Hi folks,
First time poster.
I have some command line apps that use LWP with LWP::UserAgent::Cached
for the local file-based cache to get() and later parse pages. I need to
use this local page cache so that I don't hit the web server repeatedly for
unchanged pages. I was hoping to use Mojolicious, but prefer not to try
to re-implement this caching.
It doesn't appear that LWP::UserAgent::Cached would be usable with
Mojolicious, and don't see anything readily available as an alternative.
Any advice?
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b***@keele.ac.uk
2018-11-21 15:05:32 UTC
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Post by e***@gmail.com
I have some command line apps that use LWP with LWP::UserAgent::Cached
for the local file-based cache to get() and later parse pages. I need to
use this local page cache so that I don't hit the web server repeatedly for
unchanged pages. I was hoping to use Mojolicious, but prefer not to try
to re-implement this caching.
Oooh, I was going to try file caching out this week, but got caught up
making slides for LPW.

Assuming that you're serving pages and want to set the Control-Cache
header, have a look at Mojolicious::Plugin::StaticCache
<https://metacpan.org/pod/Mojolicious::Plugin::StaticCache>

If you're using Mojo to fetch pages, Stefan Adams is looking for feedback
on his Mojo::DiskCache <https://github.com/s1037989/Mojo-DiskCache> on
github


I'd like to know how you get on. I'm trying to work it up for an Advent calendar post.

best,
Boyd
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