We recently fixed a bug like this, but perhaps there's another issue somewhere.
In order to diagnose this, I'll need to have original copies of the affected
files, as well as both diffs. I won't be able to diagnose without those,
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From: Paul Fee <paul.f....@gmail.com>
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Date: June 30, 2015 at 4:02:10 AM
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Subject: RB 2.0.17 - Interdiff fails to highlight deleted code
> Hi all,
> I'm using ReviewBoard 2.0.17 and see unexpected behaviour in the diff
> Steps to reproduce:
> 1. Change a few files (I'm using SVN)
> 2. rbt post
> 3. Publish review
> 4. Delete a group of lines from one of the files already changed.
> 5. rbt post -r
> 6. Publish review
> 7. Review entire diff: http://reviewboard/r/9581/diff/2/ - Result: PASS
> 8. Review first interdiff: http://reviewboard/r/9581/diff/1/ - Result: PASS
> 9. Review second interdiff: http://reviewboard/r/9581/diff/1-2/ - Result:
> In the second interdiff, RB states that the file contains only whitespace
> changes, this is incorrect as lines have been deleted.
> Expanding the entire file, the contain on the left and right diff panels is
> correct, I can see that the deleted lines have gone, however they're not
> highlighted in red as expected.
> I don't think this is related to caching as the following steps had no
> effect, the second interdiff consistently shows the same result.
> * systemctl restart memcached
> * systemctl restart httpd
> * View second interdiff with different browsers (Firefox and Chromium),
> both show same results, hence not a browser cache issue.
> I'm running ReviewBoard on CentOS7 using EPEL packages.
> Let me know if you need more information to help recreate or fix this bug.
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