I checked out your plugin and it is excellent! The bottom code is the
part that let’s you assign custom keys?
Obviously the developer can make the block more interesting as he’s got
access to the controller object etc. (but you wrote it, so you know :] )
The only thing I prefer about my plugin is the syntax, but perhaps I can
integrate it with your plugin so mine acts as a simpler wrapper. From
looking at your plugin, it seems like mine will already wrap yours with
no modifications to either! I only modify ActionCachePath, and add a
class method and class variable to ActionController…none of which look
like they intrude upon your work. If you don’t mind, I’ll run both on
the same project for a while and let you know how it goes.
Thanks for your great work dude! Its really excellent! In short, my
plugin doesn’t mod action_cache in any way that interferes with yours,
so if your plugin is installed on the same project, I’m pretty sure mine
will make full use of it, giving the best of both to the developer.
But like I said, I’ll be trying them out in parallel and see if they can
enjoy a symbiotic relationship.
I still haven’t uploaded mine to rubyforge, but the moment I do I’ll be
sure to let you know(if you’re interested in the least :] )