leapt/cache-bundle

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Symfony LeaptCacheBundle

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v2.0.1 2018-12-13 09:19 UTC

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Last update: 2019-10-21 20:35:38 UTC


README

Note: this bundle is not maintained anymore, consider using symfony/cache directly.

Introduction

This bundle is used to provide access to cache drivers.

This is a work in progress with two drivers: Memcached and APC.

Installation

  1. Add this bundle to your vendor/ dir:

    Add the following line in your composer.json file:

     "leapt/cache-bundle": "~1.0",
    

    Run composer:

     composer update leapt/cache-bundle
    
  2. Add this bundle to your application's kernel:

     // app/ApplicationKernel.php
     public function registerBundles()
     {
         return array(
             // ...
             new Leapt\CacheBundle\LeaptCacheBundle(),
             // ...
         );
     }
    
  3. Add the configuration in your config.yml file

     leapt_cache:
         namespace: yournamespace
         caches:
             tweets:
                 type: memcached
                 options:
                     server: localhost
                     port: 11211
                     ttl: 86400
             flickr:
                 type: memcached
                 options:
                     server: localhost
                     port: 11211
                     ttl: 45632
    

Usage

    $cacheManager = $this->get('leapt_cache.manager');

    $cache = $cacheManager->getCache('tweets');

    if ($cache->isEnabled()) {
        if (false === $tweets = $cache->get('tweets')) {
            $tweets = $this->getTweets();
            $cache->set('tweets', $tweets);
        }
    } else {
        $tweets = $this->getTweets();
    }

Running the tests

Before running the tests, you will need to install the bundle dependencies. Do it using composer :

curl -s http://getcomposer.org/installer | php
php composer.phar --dev install

Then you can simply launch phpunit

phpunit