Thanks for the reply. We are using CVS version control here.


On Monday, 2 February 2015 16:14:54 UTC+5:30, Nitin Agrawal wrote:
> Hi,
> Here is one problem I am facing in handling an incremental review request. 
> Below are the steps:
> 1) I, as a developer, raised a review request of one of my task-1 
> completed.
> 2) After raising the review request, I am doing two things. a) Waiting for 
> review comments b) Also continuing my development on task-2. (Just for the 
> information, I have to incorporate those review comments changes which 
> received in 48 hours of raising the review request.)
> 3) Now suppose, I completed my development of task-2 in 48 hours. Also I 
> have incorporated the changes related to the review comments received in 
> those 48 hours.
> 4) With all set, now I am planning to raise a review request on same 
> review ID created in step 1.
> 5) I update the diff (please mind that new "diff" will contain the review 
> comments changes along with new code for task-2).
> 6) The problem here is, when as a reviewer I am reviewing the "diff", I 
> have a plethora of code which contains the review comments changes along 
> with new development of task-2. But as a reviewer I was expecting:
>     a) A separate review request containing only the review comments 
> changes.
>     b) A separate review request containing only the new development of 
> task-2.
> Therefore it becomes very hard for the reviewer to verify the code and to 
> give "Ship it!".
> Please mind that as a developer I am not halting my development therefore 
> I can not do back and forth (maintain a local file and upload the changes 
> only related to review comments separately and for task-2 separately) due 
> to time constraints.
> Is there anything wrong in the process which I am following or it is just 
> not possible inside review board for handle this kind of scenario?
> Please help me in this regard.
> Thanks in Advance

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