Cache_Lite::extendLife

Cache_Lite::extendLife() – Extend the life of a valid cache file

Synopsis

require_once 'Cache/Lite.php';

void Cache_Lite::extendLife ( )

Description

[since Cache_Lite-1.7.0beta2] Extend the life of an existent cache file. The cache file is "touched", so it starts a new lifetime period. See this feature request for more details.

Throws

No exceptions thrown.

Note

This function can not be called statically.

Example

Classical use

<?php
require_once "Cache/Lite.php";

$options = array(
    
'cacheDir' => '/tmp/',
    
'lifeTime' => 7200,
    
'pearErrorMode' => CACHE_LITE_ERROR_DIE
);

$cache = new Cache_Lite($options);
$id 'foo';
if (!(
$data $cache->get($id))) {
    
// the cache is not hit !
    
$data '123456789';
    
$cache->save($data);
} else {
    
// the cache is hit !
    
if (isset($_GET['extend'])) {
        
$cache->extendLife();
    }
}
echo(
$data);

?>
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