[development] node caching

Larry Garfield larry at garfieldtech.com
Thu Aug 30 01:47:42 UTC 2007

On Wednesday 29 August 2007, Moshe Weitzman wrote:
> 1. your data must now be dynamic after load. you make changes in
> nodeapi('view') operation for example. if this causes pain, please
> give a use case that can't be reworked to play nice with a node laod
> cache.

I'm finishing up a site right now where, for various reasons, the majority of 
my node_load() calls are not then followed by a view op.  They're loaded for 
their data, and only sometimes is the node that is loaded the currently 
viewed node.  There's frequently at least three per page that are not.  

While I'd love to make node_load() less expensive, I really don't think a 
change of this size should be happening nearly 2 months after an extended 

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