I'm having some interesting issues with Konqueror 3.0.1 (on SuSE 8.0).
Basically, after a lot of head-scratching, it appears that PHP pages of the
form pagename.php?variable1=x&variable2=y get cached somewhere even if cache
has been emptied and turned off. The app I had developed using Konq 2.2.1 (on
SuSE 7.3) didn't work at all properly with Konq in 8.0 - repeat visits to
particular pages threw up the previous versions instead of having them
generated afresh, which played havoc with form submissions.
I would be quite prepared to believe that my PHP scripting is not of the best,
except that it used to run sweetly with the previous version, and Moz 0.9.8,
with Edit > Preferences > Advanced > Cache set to "Every time I view the
page", runs it fine now (as does IE).
This seems to me very much like a bug from a development point of view, and I
do note (http://www.kde.org/announcements/changelog3_0_1to3_0_2.html) that
kdelibs in KDE 3.0.2 lists "fixes related to form posts and cache handling"
as one of the improvements. But before I log this as a bug with KDE and get
chewed for it, has anyone else come across this / know anything more about
it? Or is anyone able to confirm that the fixes were in fact aimed at this
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