Looking further into this, it appears that when I run

rbt post -r 3 CL

commit_id for RR 3 gets updated with the new cl number, but changenum does 
not.  The docs say that changenum is being deprecated in favor of 
commit_id, but from what I can see, it's the value in changenum that is 
being displayed in the review web page.

Is it just me, or are others seeing the same behavior?


On Monday, April 20, 2015 at 2:40:42 PM UTC-7, Steve wrote:
> I've noticed that when I post diffs from a new change list to an existing 
> review request using the -r option that the change list number is not 
> updated in the review.  I think the review request should update the change 
> list since that's the CL that reflects the current set of diffs, but there 
> may be good reasons to not update it.  So I guess my question is, is this a 
> bug or a feature?
> Since we use perforce, one of the consequences of not updating it is that 
> when the change list is submitted, it won't get automatically updated in 
> the review request with the actual submitted change list number, because 
> the number in the review is not the one that was submitted.  I hope that 
> wasn't as confusing as it sounds.
> Thanks
> --Steve

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