Comment #20 on issue 147 by g.cha...@gmail.com: Ability to view complete
source files without diff coloring/block insertions
I've reviewed quickly all the different issues merged into this one and I
think there are 2 slightly different functionality requests:
1) Being able to review new code only: not yet in a repository, review
plain files, not diff file
2) Being able to download separately each side of the current diff view. I
mean, for each file, to be able to download the versions before and after
the diff is applied.
I am very interested in 2). This can be useful when the file is not easy to
review in text format and can be displayed nicely in an external
I understand that this can easily be reproduced manually by checking out
the repository and applying the diff file to get each version of the file
but I think it's the point of RB to make this straightforward.
I do not know the internals of RB but it seems to me that at some point it
must checkout/generate both files in order to generate the diff view...
Should this be tracked in a separate Issue?
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