Re: Testing and cached RDFs

From: David Huynh <>
Date: Thu, 03 Feb 2005 17:46:53 -0500


I'm not certain what the problem is. Could you perhaps add an issue to
our issue tracking system, detailing the exact scenario? But I know for
certain that restarting Firefox wipes out all temporary data (that which
you have not saved into your permanent corpus). I've tried Piggy-Bank on
RSS feeds and it seems to pick up new news just fine. Piggy-Bank does
refresh when Firefox refreshes.



Jan Egil Kristiansen wrote:

> I find it very hard to test and develop RDFs for Piggy Bank, because
> it seems that the RDF is always cached.
> When I reload Firefox, there is a GET for the HTML file, my CSS style
> sheet, even for But not for the RDF. Not even if I
> restart Firefox itself. I look for some service or application to
> stop, but find none. It seems that I have to rename the RDF, to get
> Piggy Bank to take a new look.
> So I think I need a reload button in the Piggy Bank side bar, or have
> Piggy Bank piggyback on the standard Firefox reload.
> Jan Egil Kristiansen, Faroe Islands
Received on Thu Feb 03 2005 - 22:46:52 EST

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