[prssr-devel-ml] Re: pRSSreader 1.1.5 rc2 : won't clear the cache

  • From: David Andrs <pda@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: prssr-devel-ml@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 19 Dec 2005 17:32:40 +0100

Watched for this during today and found that it does not works at all.
Quite serious problem, but it is now fixed...

On 12/19/05, David Andrs <pda@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I will test it for today and tommorow.
>
> On 12/19/05, yololo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <yololo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Hi to all,
> >
> > Still have this issue, and the files -AFAIK- are not taken by any other 
> > applications... :(
> >
> > I've got one example : http://www.afp.fr/francais/rss/stories.xml
> >
> > It displays the 7 last informations in France. It can be updated several 
> > times a day, according to news... It's a good example, because the feed is 
> > always with 7 items (read or unread)...
> >
> > Cleared the cache on 17th (with prss) = Ok, no file left in the cache 
> > (except xml files...). On 19th (morning) after update, i should have only 7 
> > html files on the cache folder :
> > This morning, i've got :
> > One feed dated 17th
> > 9 feeds dated 18th
> > 3 feeds dated 19th
> > the 9 html files for the 18th are normals because, there was more than 7 
> > news in the 18th... But feed still only displays 7 lines !
> > The HTML files are time-stamped, so it's easy to see that...
> >
> > According to AFP rss behavior, i should have 7 html files this morning : 3 
> > dated 19th, and 4 dated 18th
> >
> > As you can see, there are 6 hTML files more...
> When pRSSreader is caching files, their timestamp is set to the time
> when they were created. If you cache files on 19th and get files with
> date 18th, there must be something wrong with your card. Try to backup
> your data, format the card, restore the data.
>
> >
> > I've checked that my storage card isn't write-protected (it has happened 
> > one time to me... so stupid lol )
> >
> > Here is the detailled issue... Remember that i run on PPC2002 (could this 
> > be the cause ?)
> Probably not, there is not special code for writing file to the cache.
>
> --
> David
>
> >
> > Best regards to all.
> > YoLoLo
> >
> > ----Message d'origine----
> > >Date: Sun, 18 Dec 2005 22:08:49 +0100
> > >De: David Andrs <pda@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > >A: prssr-devel-ml@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > >Sujet: [prssr-devel-ml] Re: pRSSreader 1.1.5 rc2 : won't clear the cache
> > >
> > >I have checked the cache clearing and it works for me. If some files
> > >are not deleted, it is probably because some other prog uses it (I can
> > >not do anything with it - feature of Windows).
> > >
> > >
> > >A few words about how caching/clearing works. You have one feed (xml
> > >file). There are two news items. One from Dec 16, the other from Dec
> > >17. You want caching of online content, therefore pRSSreader caches
> > >two files (HTML). You clear the cache (manually). Both files should be
> > >gone. Now you update the feed again. The feed file was not updated,
> > >thus it has the same news items as from previous update - from Dec 16
> > >and Dec 17. And because you check to cache online content, there will
> > >be two HTML files (those which were deleted). There are no new items,
> > >but the caching the done.
> > >
> > >This is how it is supposed to work. To have consistent cache according
> > >to the settings. There could be some improvement to this. Option to
> > >cache only new items. The idea is as the following:
> > >- you have a feed with two news items
> > >- you cache it (two HTML files appears in the cache)
> > >- you mark items read
> > >- you clear the cache
> > >- you update the feed, no new items there -> no caching (we cache only
> > >new items). if there are some new items, they will be cached.
> > >
> > >I can add this to 1.2.1. Current version is closed for feature requests.
> > >
> > >On 12/18/05, yololo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <yololo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > >> Hi to all,
> > >>
> > >> Noticed with RC2 (but maybe with other ones, i don't remember...)
> > >>
> > >> Updating the feed won't clear the cache... even if the option is 
> > >> checked...
> > >>
> > >> i've tried to :
> > >> Manually clear the cache (with PrssReader)
> > >> Then update several times a day... Today (the 18th), i've got feed left 
> > >> from the last time i've manually clear the cache... (dated 16th or 
> > >> 17th... but the feed design is to have daily news (it's like a cnn 
> > >> feed...))
> > >>
> > >> Also, i've noticed that the update process is a little bit more slow... 
> > >> Or is it me ???
> > >Update should be faster (in comparision with 1.1.5 beta4) on
> > >ActiveSync connection, on direct (WiFi) the speed should be the same
> > >(according to my tests).
> > >
> > >>
> > >> Best regards to all, and don't forget to go out in the forest to cut the 
> > >> X-Mas fir tree ! ;) ho, ho ho ! Father Christmas have already put a 
> > >> great gift in your shoes : PrssReader 1.2 ! :D
> > >
> > >:-))))
> > >
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