On Fri, May 02, 2014 at 11:31:10AM -0700, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> But let's follow this one:
> which seems to say that with 'e' is more common.
Grammar by democracy. ;)
> *1* To Americans, the form with 'e' is abomination. Wikipedia
> claims that (1) without 'e' is in legal and (2) with 'e' in other
> contexts in British (this particular one is a non-legal use), and
> (3) both are equally acceptable in non-legal contexts in Austraria
> and Canada.
That is what I found most interesting about the discussion. The reason I
bothered to look it up and say something is that as an American, I would
without a doubt spell it with the "e", contradicting what I found
online. Oh well.
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