Easy application-level caching
The the App::Cache manpage module lets an application cache data locally.
There are a few times an application would need to cache data: when it is
retrieving information from the network or when it has to complete a large
For example, the the Parse::BACKPAN::Packages manpage module downloads a
file off the net and parses it, creating a data structure. Only then can it
actually provide any useful information for the programmer. the
Parse::BACKPAN::Packages manpage uses the App::Cache manpage to cache both
the file download and data structures, providing much faster use when the
data is cached.
This module stores data in the home directory of the user, in a dot
directory. For example, the the Parse::BACKPAN::Packages manpage cache is
actually stored underneath "~/.parse_backpan_packages/cache/". This is so
that permisssions are not a problem - it is a per-user, per-application
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