Add the missing cyrillic "Yo" characters ('e' and 'E' with two dots) to the
ISO_8859-5 <-> MULE_INTERNAL conversion tables.
This was discovered when trying to convert a string containing those characters
from ISO_8859-5 to Windows-1251, because we use MULE_INTERNAL/KOI8R as an
intermediate encoding between those two.
While the missing "Yo" was just an omission in the conversion tables, there are
a few other characters like the "Numero" sign ("No" as a single character) that
exists in all the other cyrillic encodings (win1251, ISO_8859-5 and cp866), but
not in KOI8R. Added comments about that.
Patch by Sergey Burladyan. Back-patch to 7.4.
cyrillic_and_mic.c (r126.96.36.199 -> r188.8.131.52)
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