I tried to split the post-review command in smaller ones, using -r to 
update the same review request every time, but it actually creates a new 
version, instead of appending the existing one.
Is there a way to simply add files to a given review without creating a new 

Le vendredi 5 juillet 2013 18:30:28 UTC+2, Sébastien Tromp a écrit :
> Hello,
> I am trying to plug post-review in a post-commit process using ClearCase 
> UCM.
> Once I have the list of diffs, I run a post-review --revision-range 
> F1;F1';F2;F2';...;FN;FN'
> where Fx is the path to a file in clearcase, and Fx' is the version I want 
> to compare it with.
> In case of big commits, the size can grow big (my current test is at 25k 
> characters).
> On Windows, the command-line that is used to run post-review has a 
> limitation at around 8k characters, so far below what I actually need.
> There is a workaround proposed on the Windows forums to use a file to 
> store the arguments (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/830473).
> I tried to run something like "post-review path/to/my/file.txt" (or 
> @path/...), but got a "no diffs" message (meaning that it doesn't read the 
> file arguments).
> Do you know what I could do in this case?
> Cheers,
> -- 
> Sébastien Tromp

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