Activating Bing & CACHE administrative add-on

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Activating Bing & CACHE administrative add-on

Postby jb11 » Sat Jul 23, 2011 2:49 am

Hi Edvard

Just a quick question: if I activate Bing Translation API within the config.php to use Bing as opposed to Google API from now on, will all the Google API created language cache data files within the /cache/ directory be deleted and lost, or will your script just carry on and still be able to use those cache files created via both Google and Bing APIs? I cannot afford to loose old /cache/ files as I do not have the time to create it again within the various API limits.

And lastly, it would be awesome if you could later develop (or add a paid add-on) for users to manage the /cache/ data folder in order to delete old files that related to content removed from a website. The /cache/ folder can get very very big and there is no way for me at the moment to determine which /cache/ files relate to old deleted pages on my website. I would like to remove old and obsolete /cache/ files as a big hosting provider like Rackspace had to move my site to a dedicated disk due to the large quantity of files within in in the /cache/ folder and I only use a few languages but have a lot of content.

Thanks again for a great application :)
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Re: Activating Bing & CACHE administrative add-on

Postby Edvard » Sun Jul 24, 2011 12:48 am


It will not loose the cache if you change it to Bing.

Every year you can delete files older than one year (default cache time) and it will get cleared.



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