If svn/Repo1, svn/Repo2, etc. are all independent Subversion repositories, and
not subdirectories within a larger repository, then you should have a
repository entry in Review Board for each.
You shouldn't target trunk, branches, etc., because those are subdirectories.
When posting a change for review against a Subversion repository, RBTools will
send paths that are relative to the root of the repository (say,
/trunk/myproject/README). That then gets accessed relative to the repository
path, giving you something like
https://vcs.ourdomain.com/svn/Repo1/trunk/myproject/README, or, if
misconfigured, something like
To fix things up by hand, you'll need to modify the diffviewer_filediff table
entries (or FileDiff in the database editor in the admin UI) and change the
paths shown there. The trick is associating the entries with a given review
request. For that, you can try something like:
$ rb-site manage /path/to/site shell
>>> from reviewboard.diffviewer.models import FileDiff
>>> print FileDiff.objects.filter(diffset__history__review_request=<review
request ID>).values_list('pk', 'source_file')
Where "<review request ID>" is replaced with the numeric ID of the review
reuqest. That would show you all FileDiff IDs and their paths for a given
Christian Hammond - christ...@beanbaginc.com
Review Board - https://www.reviewboard.org
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From: Papaswede <papasw...@gmail.com>
Reply: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>>
Date: May 28, 2015 at 2:32:20 PM
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>>
Subject: Re: After upgrading to ReviewBoard 2.0.15 the existing reviews do not
display the diffs correctly
> Ok, thank you.
> If I wanted to go through and fix the paths of the existing reviews, which
> tables, specifically, would I need to go through and look at?
> Aslo, this may be a dumb question, but I'm not the most Subversion savvy
> person in the world. We have our repositories set up like
> and then we have the Repositories within there, like
> and then each repository has
> Are you saying we'd need to point straight to
> https://vcs.ourdomain.com/svn/Repo1/ in order for Reviewboard to work
> correctly, or can we target trunk or individual branches, etc.?
> On Wednesday, May 27, 2015 at 12:28:40 PM UTC-4, Papaswede wrote:
>> I upgraded ReviewBoard from 1.6.11 to 2.0.15. After doing this, I get
>> error messages when attempting to view the diffs of the existing reviews. I
>> get messages like:
>> The file
>> path not found", 160013)' could not be found in the repository
>> Where that path definitely is not a valid svn path. It should
>> So, it's like there's stuff being automatically inserted into the svn path
>> for the file, but I have no idea why as it was working on version 1.6.11.
>> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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