wiki pages caching
|Reported by:||zilvinas||Owned by:|
|Cc:||zilvinas@…, shanec@…, mmitar@…||Branch:|
Most of the time wiki pages can be considered as a static content. So instead of generating and regenerating wiki pages → html output, perhaps it would be useful to cache generated HTML output of wiki pages on the disk. Next time, page is requested checking if there have been changes - if not serve the file, otherwise - regenerate HTML page and serve newly generated file.
Sure this raises a question, what to do with embedded python macroses (see wiki-macros). Having such functionality, would help to reduce server load and would be very helpful especially with wiki rst (Restructured Text extension).
This ticket is rather an attempt to find out if there is a demand for such functionality. Consider this ticket as a discusion starting point.
Change History (13)
comment:9 by , 11 years ago
|Milestone:||triaging → next-major-0.1X|
|Priority:||normal → low|