From: John McClure <jmcclure@hy...> - 2011-05-17 20:11:28
I understand your point about the cache. Pages that contain a real-time
query though would seem to require no-caching; it'd be nice to always
perform those real-time, without the user manually selecting
I'm not sure how to specify no-caching, but if I did there'd still be
redundant #set and [[x::]] processing. Or perhaps if I put all real-time
queries onto another page, declaring it no-cache (maybe this should be a
magic word like __NOTOC__?), then transcluded that page, then the #set and
[[x::]] directives wouldn't be re-processed.
Anyway, I'm still wondering what smw::on/off are used for.