|clear ()||Remove all values in the cache.|
|get (key, [%params])||
Returns the value associated with key or undef if it is
non-existent or expired. This is extended with the following optional
Returns the underlying Cache::Object object associated with key.
The most useful methods on this object are
|expire (key)||Expires the value associated with key, if it exists. Differs from remove only in that the cache object is left around, e.g. for retrieval by get_object.|
|remove (key)||Removes the cache object associated with key, if it exists.|
|set (key, data, [duration])||
Associates data with key in the cache. duration
indicates the time until the value should be erased. If
duration is unspecified, the value will never expire
$expires_in may be a simple number of seconds, or a string of the form [number] [unit], e.g., 10 minutes. The valid units are s, second, seconds, sec, m, minute, minutes, min, h, hour, hours, d, day, days, w, week, weeks, M, month, months, y, year, and years.
|perl v5.20.3||HTML::MASON::CACHE::BASECACHE (3)||2014-11-15|