Summary: OutputPage.php function output: use wfMsg(
                    'editthispage' ) instead of ( 'edit' )
           Product: MediaWiki
           Version: 1.16-svn
          Platform: All
        OS/Version: All
            Status: NEW
          Severity: normal
          Priority: Normal
         Component: Page rendering

While debugging another module (the Interwiki extension which says in the table
of interwiki links "edit this page" instead of simply "edit), I found what
looks to be an old message string text bug in the core OutputPage.php:

In OutputPage.php public function output line 942 seq. I found

if( $wgUniversalEditButton ) {
title' => wfMsg( 'edit' ),
'title' => wfMsg( 'edit' ),

I am pretty sure that here twice 'editthispage' was originall meant (but pls.
review and correct me, if I am wrong). 

Remark: compare with Skin.php function editThisPage which uses the correct
message string "editthispage" is used.

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