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pypm install ztfy.cache

How to install ztfy.cache

  1. Download and install ActivePython
  2. Open Command Prompt
  3. Type pypm install ztfy.cache
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version 0.1.0 on Nov 20th, 2012


ZTFY.cache is a small package which provides a common interface to handle several cache backends.

Currently available backends include Zope native RAM cache and Memcached cache.

Cache proxy

The main concept included ZTFY.cache package is just those of a small proxy which provides a same interfaces to several proxy classes.

When defining a proxy, you just have to set the interface and the registration name matching the given registered cache utility. Cache access is then bound to the ICacheHandler interface, which allows you to set, query and invalidate data in the cache.

The cache proxy can be defined as a persistent utility, or through ZCML directives. Using ZCML can allow you to define different caches, according to the used application front-end.


Thierry Florac <tflorac@ulthar.net>, Author


  • package created using templer [Thierry Florac]

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Last updated Nov 20th, 2012

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