On 12 Nov 2007, John Williams <lists(a)picindex.info> wrote:
In article <0b478b404f.old_coaster(a)old_coaster.yahoo.co.uk>,
Tony Moore <old_coaster(a)yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> Using dialup,
Same here ATM.
> I launch the 10-minute wget-download
Mine uses cURL
> only if the SVN change-details suggest that a new version exists. If
> unsure, I check the download page, first.
Which is where I came in - the download page does not, here, always
Rob will correct me if I am wrong, but I understand that a new RISC OS
build will not follow SVN changes related to documentation files, etc.,
or, obviously, if the changes are Linux related.
I had assumed this was due to a cache somewhere along the line, as I
can fool it by adding a fictional PHP-type query to the URL.
Unfortunately NetSurf remembers all these, and I am running out of
inventiveness. It would be better if it didn't happen - which was why
I requested that the page didn't allow itself to be cached.
NetSurf doesn't cache pages between sessions and, within the same
session, the re-load button will fetch the page again.
Rob tells me NTL don't cache anymore, so I'm at a loss as to
Maybe there's no cache problem - if there's no new build, you'll see the
same page every time.