I'm a bit confused here. The URL you provided is a 404 because it has
filenames in it, and we don't support that. It should only have revisions in
that part of the URL. There also shouldn't be an entry for this on drafts.

Can you provide a simple example on http://demo.review-board.org/ ?


Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
Review Board - http://www.review-board.org
VMware, Inc. - http://www.vmware.com

On Sat, Jun 6, 2009 at 10:51 AM, Terry Zhong <think...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I don't know if the two problem we encounter are connected.
> 1. There is a way to make review board 404 in r1993.
> New review request.
> Upload diff.
> Upload another diff, but don't publish it.
> Now when you are viewing diffs, you see 3-3 inter-diff (I mean upper 3
> and lower 3 are enabled). Click lower 2, 2-3 shows, then click lower
> 1. This time 1-3 nor 1-2 show up, but 404 happens.
> Sometimes you need to click some other way to generate this problem
> again, just inter-diff with different ones.
> Here is the bad url.
> https://example.com/reviewboard/r/113/diff/[138]<https://example.com/reviewboard/r/113/diff/%5B138%5D>emailtest.patch
>  r1-
> [139] emailtest.patch r2/
> 2. Updating diff always shows an error:
> Error: Saving the form failed due to a server error: 0 n/a
> Please try again later. If this continues to happen, please report it
> to your administrator.
> Detail: {"stat": "ok", "diffset_id": 141}
> At this time you just reload the page, and everything seems working
> OK, new diff uploaded and asks to publish.
> >

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