Comment #3 on issue 1235 by gm...@crypt.org: More intelligent handling of
Note that for the git world a good starting point is 'git diff --full-index
-M master'. As well as mentioning renames, it actually gives the diff
between the before- and after-move paths. (Currently in v1.5, you can't
upload such a diff into reviewboard: it sees a diff between "a/old/path"
and "b/new/path", and complains that "old/path (revision )" doesn't exist
in the repository.)
I currently have a 600kB diff in review that reduces to 100kB with -M. It
involves moving some 40 files, each with small differences as well as the
move (primarily the class name).
Resolving this may also link to <a
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