It is maybe true, but then you must configure your server to return these headers (see the
On 30 Oct 2015, at 4:46 PM, Pierre Couderc
Mmm, I am checking, but I do not think nginx uses .htaccess file...
On 10/30/2015 10:53 AM, Ján Máté wrote:
Maybe your nginx not sends proper cache headers (see the .htaccess file) and your browser
(or proxy) use "standard cache" in addition of HTML5 cache.
The cache headers in .htaccess MUST BE USED to prevent additional caching (except the
HTML5 cache). Your only solution is to delete your browser local cache (and force expire
all caches on proxies if you use any).
> On 30 Oct 2015, at 10:49, Pierre Couderc <pierre(a)couderc.eu> wrote:
> I have overinstalled Caldavzap 0.13.1 (my files are dates sept 22 15:30) on a (nice)
no config davical/caldavzap installation.
> And all seems to work except I still have the message inviting to install
"0.13.1 (you have0.12.1)".
> I have restarted nginx, chash_update.sh....
> What do I miss...?
> Thnak you