ok, I understand.
Does anyone know how can I produce a diff file (CVS) with the file as a new
On Tuesday, August 21, 2012 7:24:13 PM UTC+1, Christian Hammond wrote:
> Hi Paulo,
> Right now, your option is to submit a diff with that file as a new file.
> It'd then be reviewed just like any other diff. If it's going into the
> repository anyway, you might as well do that, since it'll be easy and
> Going forward, we're working on better review support for file
> attachments, which will allow certain file types (text, images, code) to be
> reviewed. That'll make its first appearance in a 1.7 beta.
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> > wrote:
>> Besides pre and post commit reviews I also have a use case for "ad-hoc
>> reviews" where the team chooses a file and code reviews it (the last
>> revision of it).
>> In this case I don't want to use any diff file, I just want to pick the
>> file and be able to review it.
>> How can I achieve this easily in reviewboard?
>> Basically I want to submit a file and review it all, without submiting a
>> diff file. Is this possible?
>> A possible hack would be to submit a diff file with the whole file lines?
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