You are top-notch. That is exactly the issue! I had to pull in new
branches and modify that in my working repository. I did that, but
the git repository that ReviewBoard is hosting did not have the
branches that I was using to compare the diffs against.
I pushed the two branches that were required to do a parent diff, and
then reposted a new review. I did not know if it would work if I did
not update the current code review, so I just closed the code review,
and opened up a new one. Works like a champ.
Thank you for the help!
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