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If I have a custom module that maybe adds some fields, or reorders some data which is to be shown in the frontend: How do I tell boost, that the cached files should be deleted on the next cron run after I've made some changes?

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First you need to set a flag which indicates that new fields are added. Can be a variable_set() or something similar thats stores values in DB whenever new fields are added.

In your hook_cron() you should check if the flag is set or not. If set clear Boost cache using boost_cache_clear_all(). Unset the flag once cache is cleared.

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  • But I don't want to clear all the boost cache files. I want to mark some files for deletion. – yunzen Aug 22 '12 at 10:25

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