I'm sorry if this mail sounds pedantic or rude, but:
Subject: [jitsi-commits] master: Removes jdic dependency used for java 1.5
campatibility. Removes duplicate lib commons-logging. Update deb-src build
target to fix clean procedure to run building package twice, updates the
of the debian povided bouncycastle...
As git allows us to commit locally and modify any commits that went wrong
before pushing them out to the public, huge commits that do multiple things
at once are not necessary. I find them hard to review, ugly and difficult
for research when viewing the history. E.g. this single commit could have
been one for each sentence which would have result in a, small, clean,
contained unit of work.
Sorry again, but I wanted to say this for a long time...
A comment to the actual commit:
diff --git a/.classpath b/.classpath
+ <classpathentry kind="lib" path="lib/installer-exclude/libjitsi.jar"
diff --git a/build.xml b/build.xml
- <srcroot url="file://$MODULE_DIR$/../ice4j/src"/>
+ <srcroot url="file://../ice4j/src"/>
- <srcroot url="file:///libjitsi"/>