We never intended the base directory to contain a URL. It sounds like the
custom script is probably responsible for this.
Can you confirm whether the base directory's URL exactly matches the configured
URL for the repository?
In the case that it does match, we take the URL as-is, but if it does not
match, we normalize and start building a path (by combining the repository
path, base directory, and file path in the diff). This was not intended to
handle URLs in the path, but it may be the cause of your problems.
Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
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From: Daniel Laird <daniel.j.la...@googlemail.com>
Reply: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>>
Date: December 19, 2014 at 3:29:19 AM
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>>
Cc: chip...@chipx86.com <chip...@chipx86.com>>
Subject: Re: Reviewboard 1.7 -> Reviewboard 2.0.x update
> Many thanks for getting back to me.
> I think I know why it is breaking but don't know how to fix it.
> The diff looks as I would expect (with all files being something like this):
> Index: libs/A/Source/File.cpp
> --- libs/A/Source/File.cpp (revision 143446)
> +++ libs/A/Source/File.cpp (working copy)
> I used the webapi to query the Review and spotted the following on the diff
> resource associated with the review request:
> I suspect that maybe in the old GUI (Reviewboard 1.7) it used to combine
> this basedir and the file path in the diff to draw the differences.
> I think that maybe we have a problem where it appends the Repo Path +
> BaseDir + FilePath
> Maybe there is a difference in RB2.0.x?
> Our databases on legacy SW used a lot of SVN externals, so someone wrote a
> script to generate a single diff file relative to the SVN_SERVER root.
> It allowed us a single review which was better, but it probably set the
> Basedir to be the complete http path.
> Maybe it was not supposed to work that way, but we just got away with it.
> Interested to see what you think and whether there is a regression or a
> misuse by us that has been cleared up in RB2.0, the only problem now is we
> have 100s of requests that are like this....
> Hope you can help, and happy to try patches.
> On Thursday, 18 December 2014 20:40:16 UTC, Christian Hammond wrote:
> > Hi Dan,
> > Would you be able to provide some of the data from that diff
> > (specifically, the 'Index:' line, '---', and '+++' lines in the diff)?
> > A lot of work was done on Subversion since 1.7.x, so something may have
> > regressed. I don't recall being able to handle file paths containing
> > 'http:' in it, though.
> > Christian
> > --
> > Christian Hammond - chi...@chipx86.com
> > Review Board - http://www.reviewboard.org
> > Beanbag, Inc. - http://www.beanbaginc.com
> > On Thu, Dec 18, 2014 at 4:32 AM, Daniel Laird > > > wrote:
> >> To follow up the error message we get from the diff viewer is:
> >> The file '/svn/Common_PythonTests/
> >> http://SVN_SERVER_NAME/svn/Common_PythonTests/path/to/file/base.py'
> >> (r1838) could not be found in the repository:
> >> '/svn/Common_PythonTests/!svn/rvr/1838/http:/SVN_SERVER/svn/Common_PythonTests/path/to/file/base.py'
> >> path not found
> >> The review was created before the migration (1.7.25) - we dumped the
> >> database, re-imported and off we went.
> >> New requests seem to be ok and many of the old requests are fine. This
> >> was probably created via the GUI in 1.7.25 and uploaded a diff file
> >> produced by SVN diff.
> >> Cheers
> >> Dan
> >> On Thursday, 18 December 2014 11:29:18 UTC, Daniel Laird wrote:
> >>> All,
> >>> We were running Reviewboard 1.7.25 and people used a number of methods
> >>> to create review requests:
> >>> svn diff - manually upload
> >>> post-review
> >>> rbt
> >>> I have just migrated us to Reviewboard 2.0.11 and seem to have hit an
> >>> issue.
> >>> Some of our reviews no longer display it suggests that a file cant be
> >>> found.
> >>> And seems to have prepended some sub part of the path before the full
> >>> file path.
> >>> So I get something like
> >>> /svn/REPONAME/http://SVN_SERVER/svn/REPONAME/path/to/file.cpp cant be
> >>> found.
> >>> Have we got to change something to make these work?
> >>> I can provide logs offline if that helps?
> >>> Dan
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