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From "Antonio Gallardo" <>
Subject Re: Right word for docs: cachability or cacheability
Date Sun, 01 May 2005 09:13:23 GMT
Thanks for the reply. This is the code in question:

Used to generate this doc:

Can you send me a patch for a correct english of this? ;-)

Best Regards,

Antonio Gallardo.

On Dom, 1 de Mayo de 2005, 3:54, Ben Pope dijo:
> Antonio Gallardo wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I found a source that contains both words:
>> cachability and cacheability I wonder wich one is the right. I guess the
>> second is the right word. Please english native speakers tell me wich is
>> the right one. In don't contain none of them and googling
>> returns hits for both. Only that the first word has less hits than the
>> 2nd. If useful, the word context is:
>> ... this might have issues concerning cachability of the generated
>> output ...
> Well I don't think it's a word, although it's obvious what it means.
> Perhaps:
> "Note that this might prevent the generated output of this transformer
> from being cached as the caching algorithm..."
> Although that probably isn't what is meant.  It's not the "cachability"
> of the output, it can still be cached, but whether the next request
> matches whats in the cache.
> Perhaps:
> "Note that this has implications for the caching of the output of this
> transformer as the caching algorithm..."
> Ben Pope.

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