Lets users run cron jobs on a Website without shell access
'pseudo-cron' lets users run cron jobs on a Website without shell access (ISPs usually charge users additional money for shell access). When a user requests a page which uses pseudo-cron, it checks if any cron jobs should have been run since the previous request. If there are, they are run and logged. Its syntax is much like cron's and can run any include()able PHP file.
released on 18 June 2004
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