Austin,

It looks like this is happening with interdiffs. There are some fixes
coming in 2.0.16 which should help here.

-David

On Tue, Jun 9, 2015 at 12:08 PM Austin Wolfson <awolf...@wordstream.com>
wrote:

> Hello,
>
> we are currently using ReviewBoard 2.0.15 and we are seeing an issue where
> our new git commit has a change, but the diff viewer isn't realizing the
> change.  As you can see in the attached file, line 18 was altered (in the
> later diff) but the ReviewBoard differ didin't catch it.  Is there a way to
> reset this? i'm not really sure why it didn't catch this as I ensured the
> patch looked normal.
>
> thanks for any feedback!
>
> Austin
>
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