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SimplePie A PHP-Based RSS and Atom Feed Framework. Takes the hard work out of managing a complete RSS/Atom solution.

Author: Ryan Parman
Author: Sam Sneddon
Author: Ryan McCue
Copyright: 2004-2016 Ryan Parman, Sam Sneddon, Ryan McCue
License: http://www.opensource.org/licenses/bsd-license.php BSD License
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Defines 1 class

SimplePie_Cache_Memcache:: (6 methods):

Class: SimplePie_Cache_Memcache  - X-Ref

Caches data to memcache

Registered for URLs with the "memcache" protocol

For example, `memcache://localhost:11211/?timeout=3600&prefix=sp_` will
connect to memcache on `localhost` on port 11211. All tables will be
prefixed with `sp_` and data will expire after 3600 seconds

__construct($location, $name, $type)   X-Ref
Create a new cache object

param: string $location Location string (from SimplePie::$cache_location)
param: string $name Unique ID for the cache
param: string $type Either TYPE_FEED for SimplePie data, or TYPE_IMAGE for image data

save($data)   X-Ref
Save data to the cache

param: array|SimplePie $data Data to store in the cache. If passed a SimplePie object, only cache the $data property
return: bool Successfulness

load()   X-Ref
Retrieve the data saved to the cache

return: array Data for SimplePie::$data

mtime()   X-Ref
Retrieve the last modified time for the cache

return: int Timestamp

touch()   X-Ref
Set the last modified time to the current time

return: bool Success status

unlink()   X-Ref
Remove the cache

return: bool Success status

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