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As you know, some language_names at the bottom of each pages are
broken for conflict of character set.  I think that to use "character
entity references" is an adequate solution to avoid this problem.

  "Character entity references in HTML 4.0"

For example:

  Español  -> Español
  Româná   -> Românã
  français -> français

Also, "character entity references" can handle multibyte-characters
with ISO10646 code set.

  Japanese (Chinese characters) -> 日本語
  Chinese  (Chinese characters) -> 中文

I've committed new Japanese language_name with the "character entity
references".  Then, if you have modern web browser (ex. mozilla M12 or
IE5) and appropriate font-sets, you can read Japanese language_name at
the bottom of the English top page.


Yoshizumi Endo <y-endo@ceres.dti.ne.jp>

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