For example:

r1 committed by Mike
r2 committed by Mike
r3 committed by Bob
r4 committed by Fred
r5 committed by Mike

I would want to review r1, r2 and r5 in one single review, which I
don't think would work in your example.

On Feb 4, 6:21 pm, Matthew Woehlke <>
> On 2010-02-04 10:13, Stodge wrote:
> > Am I right in thinking that a review can only refer to a single diff
> > (where a diff may contain multiple changesets/revisions)? And
> > uploading a new diff will replace the existing one with a newer
> > version?
> Yes.
> > If my understanding is right, we need to be able to group multiple
> > revisions on one review. For example, we use Trac and multiple commits
> > are made per ticket. I want to write a Trac plugin that will add the
> > diff for each commit to a review (wherever that review may reside,
> > ReviewBoard or elsewhere etc). Is this possible with RB?
> You could upload the diff of the first revision, publish it, upload the
> cumulative diff of the first and second revisions, publish it, upload...
> and so on. That will let reviewers view (vcs:r2) by looking at the
> changes between (rb:r1 == vcs:r2) and (rb:r2 == vcs:r1+r2), which might
> be close to what you want.
> I use this frequently when I have vcs:r1 == a bunch of whitespace
> changes and vcs:r2 == interesting changes. Note that you can assign the
> review initially to a dummy user to avoid spamming everyone when you
> incrementally upload+publish diffs.
> --
> Matthew

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