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Re^2: TT memory caching

by december (Pilgrim)
on Nov 08, 2009 at 20:33 UTC ( #805807=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: TT memory caching
in thread TT memory caching


You mention I'm unfairly benchmarking Template->new... But this is what I'm doing for all modules. So I guess TT uses a different (more scope-oriented) way of caching than the other two modules?

Not that it would matter much in web applications, where frameworks like CGI::Application take care of caching on a higher, persistent level.

I will add HTML::Template::Compiled to my benchmarks too. And perhaps Seamstress  if there's any point benchmarking that module speed-wise but I'm having a tough time getting it packaged and installed properly on Debian.

So thanks again for your insight, I'm just left wondering why TT seems to use a different sort of caching system than the other modules. I don't think I found any clues to this effect in the CPAN documentation at least...

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