I often get asked to perform a review after a project declares it's 
"ready", which is potentially after weeks or even month of development.  At 
this point, reviewing all the individual commits is not practical.  
Instead, I want to review the current snapshot/revision of the files.

Is there a good way to support such a workflow?  The "best" I could come up 
is to manually upload a diff between /dev/null and the current revision.


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