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  • /cache/ -> lib.php (source)

    The core cache API. Pretty much just includes the mandatory classes and contains the misc classes that arn't worth separating into individual files.

    Copyright: 2012 Sam Hemelryk
    License: http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html GNU GPL v3 or later
    File Size: 228 lines (7 kb)
    Included or required: 1 time
    Referenced: 2 times
    Includes or requires: 0 files

    Defines 4 classes

    cache_cached_object:: (2 methods):
      __construct()
      restore_object()

    cache_ttl_wrapper:: (2 methods):
      __construct()
      has_expired()

    cache_exception:: (1 method):
      __construct()

    cacheable_object_array:: (3 methods):
      __construct()
      prepare_to_cache()
      wake_from_cache()


    Class: cache_cached_object  - X-Ref

    A cached object wrapper.

    This class gets used when the data is an object that has implemented the cacheable_object interface.

    __construct(cacheable_object $obj)   X-Ref
    Constructs a cached object wrapper.

    param: cacheable_object $obj

    restore_object()   X-Ref
    Restores the data as an instance of the cacheable_object class.

    return: object

    Class: cache_ttl_wrapper  - X-Ref

    A wrapper class used to handle ttl when the cache store doesn't natively support it.

    This class is exactly why you should use event driving invalidation of cache data rather than relying on ttl.

    __construct($data, $ttl)   X-Ref
    Constructs a ttl cache wrapper.

    param: mixed $data
    param: int $ttl The time to live in seconds.

    has_expired()   X-Ref
    Returns true if the data has expired.

    return: int

    Class: cache_exception  - X-Ref

    A cache exception class. Just allows people to catch cache exceptions.

    __construct($errorcode, $module = 'cache', $link = '', $a = null, $debuginfo = null)   X-Ref
    Constructs a new exception

    param: string $errorcode
    param: string $module
    param: string $link
    param: mixed $a
    param: mixed $debuginfo

    Class: cacheable_object_array  - X-Ref

    An array of cacheable objects.

    This class allows a developer to create an array of cacheable objects and store that.
    The cache API doesn't check items within an array to see whether they are cacheable. Such a check would be very costly to both
    arrays using cacheable object and those that don't.
    Instead the developer must explicitly use a cacheable_object_array instance.

    The following is one example of how this class can be used.
    <code>
    $data = array();
    $data[] = new cacheable_object('one');
    $data[] = new cacheable_object('two');
    $data[] = new cacheable_object('three');
    $cache->set(new cacheable_object_array($data));
    </code>
    Another example would be
    <code>
    $data = new cacheable_object_array();
    $data[] = new cacheable_object('one');
    $data[] = new cacheable_object('two');
    $data[] = new cacheable_object('three');
    $cache->set($data);
    </code>

    __construct(array $items = array()   X-Ref
    Constructs a new array object instance.

    param: array $items

    prepare_to_cache()   X-Ref
    Returns the data to cache for this object.

    return: array An array of cache_cached_object instances.

    wake_from_cache($data)   X-Ref
    Returns the cacheable_object_array that was originally sent to the cache.

    param: array $data
    return: cacheable_object_array

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