Rename Wine User Guide to Wine User's Guide?

Huw D M Davies h.davies1 at
Thu Oct 14 17:01:41 CDT 2004

On Thu, Oct 14, 2004 at 07:11:59PM +0100, Paul Millar wrote:
> If it [the possessing object] does [end with an s], then add just
> the apostrophe.  For example: if Simons owns a ball, which is red,
> then Simons' ball is red.)

Actually this is generally regarded as archaic, at least in the UK[1]
- the form Simons's ball is usually preferred.  One exception is with
the name Jesus where we would have Jesus' ball.

[1] See Fowler's Modern English Usage.

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