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Re: Spelling of "cachable"

From: John Franks <john@math.nwu.edu>
Date: Tue, 2 Sep 1997 20:02:04 -0500 (CDT)
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On Tue, 2 Sep 1997, Graham Klyne wrote:

> My OED indicates that the word 'cache' is derived from the French 'cacher'
> meaning 'to hide'.
> Also, in response to an earlier comment, my OED does not list either of the
> words 'cacheable' or 'cachable'.

I suggest we leave this decision to the HTTP/1.1  editorial group,
subject only to the constraint that they are consistent thoughout
the specification.   :) 

Then the HTTP/1.1 specification can become the authority for the rest
of us.

John Franks 	Dept of Math. Northwestern University
Received on Tuesday, 2 September 1997 18:05:06 UTC

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