Hi Tino,

This greatly depends on the revision control system, and isn't really
specific to Review Board. If you have separate independent changes you want
to post to review, you need to do multiple checkouts or use some sort of a
patch-management system (like Quilt). This is a more general issue of how
you do development on multiple things at once when dealing with the same


Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
VMware, Inc.

On Mon, Dec 29, 2008 at 5:10 PM, Tino Breddin

> Hi,
> I am wondering how you handle changes in the same file which don't
> really fit into the same review request. So you would have a change
> for which you create a review request. Then you change other things in
> the same file and would like to create a review request for these
> changes only. Is it necessary to create branches for each of the
> changes, wait until the review is complete, commit changes and then
> merge branches into trunk?
> Thank, Tino
> >

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