This should be made more clear in the product description. I read all of it yet do not find part that tells me this.
If it is there it is not prominent enough.
As to your idea...
Yes I am talking about joomla content items.
No I do not want to clear whole cache.
When a user clicks save on a content item (front or back-end) then the corresponding cache entry shouuld be marked as expired.
This would require a modification to the joomla core code I expect.
On the other hand I cannot see that this would be too hard, just some extra php activated when the user clicks "Save" or "Apply".
Is it not possible to trap these actions and redirect the code to a bit of your own??
(Edit) Ah I do understand your idea as that would mean new content would show up in menu's etc. Good idea. It would help my situation too. I have a site that generates few new content items but the existing ones are often edited. So targetting the content directly is more efficient.
This would make a great component amazing as it would seem as though there is no cache!!!http://www.strongroom.com