This is the case because if you apply rev #2 to the upstream code, those
lines are present, and if you apply rev #6 to the upstream code, those
lines are also present (so there's no difference between them). If you view
the interdiff between 1 and 6, you should see those lines as added.

-David

On Thu, Nov 20, 2014 at 4:25 PM, Andrew MacLeod <freea...@gmail.com> wrote:

> The scenario is as follow.
>
> In the first diff posting (rev #1) of a review, lines 5-10 are removed in
> one particular file. There are lots of other changes in this file and
> others.
>
> In the second diff posting (rev #2) of the review, the lines are added
> back in.
>
> We get several more diff postings on this review until we are at rev#6.
> Now if you look at the
> inter-diff changes from rev #2 -> rev #6, the addition of lines 5-10 does
> *not* show as an addition
> (ie. in green) on the right hand panel of the diff screen.
>
> I can argue why that is the case but my question is this intended
> behavior?
>
> Thanks,
>
> -amac
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