The 1.7 release does not support file attachment revisions. This feature is in
the 2.5.x branch and will be released when 2.5 comes out.
If you delete the file, the reviews will still be visible. The old version of
the file will still be visible in the change description’s deleted files
I hope this answers your questions.
> On May 14, 2015, at 10:19 AM, Dunnigan, Terrence J
> <terrence.j.dunni...@boeing.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Say I create a peer review of a file attachment – a JPG or PDF (we have the
> Power Pack).
> Say my reviews add their comments and issues, and I have an updated file.
> Do I need to upload the file using the same name or a different name?
> How does Review Board handle the existing review items when I upload a new
> version of the file?
> If I delete the first version of the file, what happens to the reviews by
> other folks for that file?
> We are using Review Board 1.7.27 if that matters. I checked the help at
> and the Power Pack help, but didn’t see a clear answer.
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