Provided by: libcache-cache-perl_1.08-2_all
Cache::NullCache -- implements the Cache interface.
The NullCache class implements the Cache::Cache interface, but does not actually persist data. This is useful when developing and debugging a system and you wish to easily turn off caching. As a result, all calls to get and get_object will return undef.
use Cache::NullCache; my $cache = new Cache::NullCache( ); See Cache::Cache for the usage synopsis.
See Cache::Cache for the API documentation.
See Cache::Cache for standard options.
See Cache::Cache for default properties.
Original author: Jay Sachs Last author: $Author: dclinton $ Copyright (C) 2001 Jay Sachs, 2002 DeWitt Clinton