Labels: Type-Defect Priority-Medium
New issue 1011 by grossag: Interdiff doesn't handle mid-review reverted
This was repro'd on our internal VMware setup, which uses Perforce. Not
sure if that matters.
What steps will reproduce the problem?
1. Create a changeset with a few changed files and upload it.
2. Revert one of the files and update the diff.
3. Switch to an interdiff view between the first two revisions.
What is the expected output? What do you see instead?
When I do this, the second revision of the diff shows the reverted file as
being changed back to its original version. So it has a few "changes"
listed. This is technically correct, but it would be more helpful to
simply display on the right pane "The file is no longer included in the
current revision of the changeset" or something like that. That way,
readers won't see it and wonder why I changed the code and instead
understand that I just removed/reverted the file.
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