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Lactate doesn't set Cache-Control or Expires headers by default.
It also doesn't cache in memory by default (but I'm considering to change
that).

As for custom 404 handlers, I think that's a great idea. I'll work on it
tomorrow, thanks.
On Saturday, August 4, 2012 10:14:02 AM UTC-5, Felix E. Klee wrote:

I'm testing Lactate now.

Questions and remarks:

* How do I disable client (browser) side caching?

Without the `expires` option being set, just no `Cache-Control`
header is returned. Is that enough? In general I though that
something as the following is required:

Cache-Control:max-age=0, no-cache

* Although I said earlier that I don't need it, I now think it would
be a nice idea to emit a custom 404 page for invalid paths (I check
that myself). So it would be nice if I could serve a file with 404
status code.

Custom headers may be a great addition!
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