Ah... right. I figured it was a simple oversight on my part. I see
the 'Expand' links now too that brings in all the preceding code.
On Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 12:14 PM, Jeff Andros<j...@bigredtj.com> wrote:
> Reviewboard displays the files in a two column view. It pulls the base file
> from the repo, displays that on the left column, applies the diff, then
> displays the results on the right column. This way you've got the entire
> file to look over as you're reviewing it, not just the parts that have
> 2009/7/1 Eric P <eric.maill...@gmail.com>
>> Ok, this probably sounds like a stupid question, but I'm curious what
>> functionality the connection to the repository brings to RB
>> (Subversion in my example).
>> When I create a diff for a review (on the command line via 'svn
>> diff'), and then upload the diff, RB appears to make a check against
>> the repo for some kind of validation. But beyond that I don't see
>> what the repo connection provides in terms of actual functionality;
>> the diff already provides all the info necessary for the review (minus
>> the base path which we manually enter anyway).
>> I bet if I was a more seasoned user I wouldn't be asking this.
>> Thanks for reading,
>> Eric P.
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