[TYPO3-50-general] Fluid: Caching and additionalArguments

Peter Beernink p.beernink at drecomm.nl
Tue Mar 3 21:36:07 CET 2009

Hi Sebastian,

On Wed, 2009-02-25 at 13:40 +0100, Sebastian Kurfürst wrote:
> Hey everybody,
> I wanted to let you know two things I've done for Fluid during the  
> last few days:
> Caching:
> Now, the syntax trees of a template are cached in the Caching  
> Framework. On a site I had, this cut down rendering times from 8  
> seconds to half a second.
> HOWEVER, the cache is not yet automatically flushed when a file changes.
> I'd like to do this, but there's still a technical issue to solve.  
> Until it is solved, either disable the cache, or delete the cache  
> directory every time you change something in the content.

When trying to get my little test project (which uses Fluid) working
again against the latest svn checkout, I got the following exception:

#1229967561: Class "F3\FLOW3\Cache\Backend\BackendInterface" which was
specified in the object configuration of object "F3\FLOW3\Cache\Backend
\BackendInterface" does not exist.

Can it be that this is caused by the caching mechanism you implemented?
If I follow the trace, it looks like it is thrown somewhere when my view
is initiated. (I extend the \F3\Fluid\View\TemplateView).

The strange thing is that it looks like the interface itself is present
in the file


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