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Re: Translated version of the Release Notes?

From: Kobayashi Noritada <nori1_at_dolphin.c.u-tokyo.ac.jp>
Date: 2005-10-28 09:42:11 CEST


> > http://dolphin.c.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~nori1/tmp/svn_1.3_releasenotes.html.ja
> Uhm, this is not exactly an answer to your question (actually, it's not
> an answer at all), but for your (translated) release notes to be valid
> (X)HTML you really should specify a character encoding using the <meta>
> tag. Especially if you are using a somewhat lesser used encoding.
> To make this a development-related post, translators, please include
> a proper character encoding in your (X)HTML files. ;-)

Thank you, Sjoerd.
That document is encoded with UTF-8.
I've fixed locally as pointed out, adding language/encoding information.

Actually, in Japan, three encoding system, EUC-JP, iso-2022-jp (JIS),
and Shift_JIS, have been used for a long time and the mixture have caused
many problems.
In addition, UTF-8 (and UTF-16?) is also getting used frequently today.
So, Japanese people are picky about those encoding problems and educated
to always add meta information to (X)HTML files... , but I forgot it.;-)


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