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Re: [podcasters] iTunes Caching

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  • Lucas Gonze
    ... I wonder if toggling itunes:block would clear the cache and force iTunes to refetch the file?
    Message 1 of 15 , Jul 29, 2005
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      On 7/29/05, Harold Johnson <harold.johnson@...> wrote:
      > If this is true, there's another problem with this, Doug. Sometimes I
      > change the audio I've already published and replace the file; it's
      > just something I do, don't ask why. Perhaps to give my listeners a
      > little surprise audio once in awhile. I also change the audio when I
      > realize I made a mistake in the first release.
      >
      > If Apple is caching the audio, then they are continuing to publish the
      > audio I am no longer desiring to be published. This is not a crime -
      > after all, archive.org is similarly caching all the content it can -
      > but Apple should provide a means by which we may choose to have the
      > cached audio removed if we desire.

      I wonder if toggling itunes:block would clear the cache and force
      iTunes to refetch the file?
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