The --repository-url parameter was implemented for the purpose of
post-commit support. It was also before the addition of --diff-filename (a
very recent option). I'd be more than happy to have support for
--diff-filename with --repository-url. We'll likely need a patch for it,
though, as I won't have any time in the near future to implement it (will be
out of town).
Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
Review Board - http://www.reviewboard.org
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On Fri, Feb 5, 2010 at 1:28 PM, LukeRobison <lukerobi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> First off, I'm using svn on linux. Second, google seems to refuse to
> let me search this newsgroup (500: server error), so I apologize if
> this question has been asked before/recently.
> I'm attempting to use the post-review tool to upload diff files from
> outside a working copy. I tried to simply use the "--diff-filename"
> option, but this resulted in the complaint that my current directory
> doesn't contain a supported repository. Adding the "--repository-url"
> option complains that I'm required to specify a revision range. At
> this point I think post-review thinks I'm attempting to do a post-
> commit review because it seems to ignore my supplied diff file and try
> to generate its own based on the revision or revisions I supply to
> it. Is there no way to simply upload a diff and claim that it should
> apply to a certain directory as is done when using the web interface?
> Thanks for any help,
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