Thanks for the quick response. Being dense, how do I create a draft 
update of an existing review without changing anything? Or should I pull 
(say) the summary and update with the same summary text to force it?


Christian Hammond wrote:
> You could create a new review with a body_top set to the text you 
> want. The path in question is:
> /api/json/reviewrequests/<review_request_id>/reviews/draft/publish
> Available POST data fields are "shipit", "body_top" and "body_bottom".
> Another thing would be to create a review request draft, set a change 
> description, and publish.
> What I'd like to see at some point is the ability to enter a message 
> when choosing "Set Submitted" or "Discard." This would be exposed in 
> the API, and would remove the need for reviews or review request drafts.
> Christian
> -- 
> Christian Hammond - [EMAIL PROTECTED] <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> VMware, Inc.
> On Fri, Dec 5, 2008 at 1:52 PM, Chris Clark <[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
> <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]>> wrote:
>     I've been reading through
> and
>     experimenting with some reviews I have with the json API and I
>     can't see
>     a way to make a "plain text" comment without having reference to
>     one of:
>        * a source code (diff) line
>        * screen shot
>        * existing comment (that is based on; diff, screenshot, or a
>     comment)
>     Is this the case? I've been asked if we can add some "text" after (at
>     the time) a review is marked as submitted. I'd prefer not to
>     update the
>     Description text which was the only alternative option I could
>     think off.
>     Thanks!
>     Chris

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