The Cache::Memcached module works great - and the documentation is spot-on. It is easy to use and easy to mock-up (because of the simple interface). I've used Cache::Memcached on quick scripts, distributed shared memory apps, anti-leech/abuse filters and for http session management. It's never failed me.
Excellent Product. We were able to just drop this in to our code very easily, and everything is working as advertised. Many kudos.
Bottom line: use Cache::Memcached::Managed instead. It uses Cache::Memcached under the hood, so core functionality is the same.
The real reason to use Cache::Memcached::Manged instead of Cache::Memcached directly is that it has:
* more and clearer documentation
* examles that actually work!
Thanks for making a memcached interface in Perl Brad, but give us some working examples in the docs please!
A clean and simple interface to a high-speed shared cache system.
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