Any chance I can see the raw diffs for those segments?
Is this happening to older diffs only, or newer ones?
Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
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On Wed, Sep 12, 2012 at 4:57 PM, Jay <jeremy.hankin...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi RB folks,
> I've just migrated our reviewboard server from1.5.5 running on Ubuntu 9.04
> to 1.6.11 running on Ubuntu 12.04 (new machine). The migration went without
> issue and nearly everything seems to be running fine except that bogus
> diffs are now being displayed on the server when syntax highlighting is
> turned on. i.e. code that hasn't been changed shows up as a positional diff
> (See attached screen shots). When you download the diffs they look fine,
> and when syntax highlighting is turned off, they are displayed correctly on
> the server (bogus diffs disappear). This happens for virtually all diffs
> (everyone I looked at exhibited the same problem), independent of
> repository type.
> I thought this might be related to pygments and when installing, pygments
> v1.5 gets installed via easy_install. So, I tried back leveling to 1.4 (the
> version shipped with the OS) but the same problem still occurs.
> Any idea what might be causing this issue?
> Our setup is as follows:
> Ubuntu 12.04
> Apache 2.2.22 via WSGI
> PostgresSQL 9.3
> memcached 1.4.3
> If you need more info, let me know, thanks in advance for your help.
> Jay Hankinson
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