Could you file a bug and reference it against this commit? Most commits that change code, except perhaps one that is a trivial fix to a immediately prior checkin or a cleanup fix, should have a bug filed that corresponds to the commit. That allows us to have a better document trail for the commit, one purpose of which is to summarize the commit at the time of next release. From the commit message below, I have no idea what this commit does specifically. So when it comes time for a release, I expect it will not be summarized, or the summary will be equally non-descript.
On Tue, May 15, 2012 at 3:07 AM, <me...@apache.org> wrote: > Author: mehdi > Date: Tue May 15 09:07:02 2012 > New Revision: 1338605 > > URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?rev=1338605&view=rev > Log: > Improved handling of AFP double-byte character sets >