Comet Cache v160227 was released on February 27th, 2016. This release includes 4 bug fixes, 2 enhancements, and new compatibility for Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP).
Note: ZenCache is now Comet Cache. As a reminder for those ZenCache users who may have missed the prior announcement, we recently renamed ZenCache to Comet Cache. If you haven't already read the announcement, click here to learn more.
Changelog for Comet Cache v160227
- Bug Fix: Fixed a ZenCache Backwards Compatibility bug that was preventing calls to
$GLOBALS['zencache']from working properly with Comet Cache. See Issue #689
- Bug Fix: Fixed a ZenCache Backwards Compatibility bug that was preventing
ZENCACHE_ALLOWEDfrom working properly with Comet Cache. See Issue #683.
- Bug Fix: Fixed a Quick Cache Backwards Compatibility bug that was preventing calls to
$GLOBALS['quick_cache']from working properly with Comet Cache. Props to @Kedakai for reporting. See Issue #691.
- Bug Fix (Pro): Fixed an Auto-Cache Engine bug that was preventing the Auto-Cache Engine from generating cached pages. Props @digitalhexcode for reporting. See Issue #679.
- Enhancement: Improved the way Comet Cache handles file locking in an effort to improve compatibility with various environments. There were reports of issues with PHP FPM/FastCGI and this release attempts to address those. See Issue #671
- Enhancement (Pro): A new HTML Compression option allows you to define whether or not HTML Compression should be enabled for Logged-In users (when Logged-In User caching is enabled). See Comet Cache → Plugin Options → HTML Compression → Enable HTML Compression for Logged-In Users? Props @renzms. See Issue #650.
- Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Compatibility: Added full support for Accelerated Mobile Pages via the AMP plugin. Comet Cache now works great alongside the AMP plugin. AMP-generated pages will be cached and those cache files will be intelligently cleared when necessary to keep things up-to-date. See Issue #688.
Upgrading to the Latest Version
Comet Cache Lite users should receive an update notification from within their WordPress Dashboard (WordPress Dashboard → Updates).
Comet Cache Pro users who have configured the Plugin Updater (WordPress Dashboard → Comet Cache → Plugin Updater) should receive a notification to upgrade on the WordPress Dashboard. If you have not configured the Plugin Updater, you can download the latest version of Comet Cache Pro by logging into your CometCache.com account here.
Please report bugs and feedback on GitHub. If you are a Comet Cache Pro user and require priority support, please open a support ticket here.