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This was merged into master by Aaron Patterson during his RailsConf keynote (Github commit)

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    Where caching is applicable.

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      The caching is performed on the SQL statements generated (.find for a model is usually called with the same scope) so I think people will see some sort of boost.

      At it makes sense anyway, why should AR have to re-generate SQL it just just generated micro-seconds ago just because the ID changed from 2 to 3.

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      I love the idea that Tenderlove merged it into master live on stage. :)

      Seriously, I can’t wait to get this in my production code. It seems like a no-brainer to speed up my queries.