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What I want to do is making application that uses chrome cache file which is saved in local disk. (Only separate cached file. e.g. f_001bf0)

ChromeCacheView application is very similar with my purpose.

I already know how to convert cached file to readable file(.js, .css etc) but can't understand how to find that file.

I read document about chrome cache file but just understand existence of index, data files and can't understand how file name is decided.

Is there any API to manage and search cache files?


I should analyze more low level?


I can't understand how Chrome convert file's web URL to local cached file name.

For example, imgnews.naver.net/image/sports/2012/sports_main/main/center/1341266359_file_thumbnail_9.jpg -> f_001b8b

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closed as off topic by Alex, phwd Jul 12 '12 at 17:33

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