I'm deploying ReviewBoard in my org and I'm looking for a way to use it for
code reviews of a whole file.
For example I want to :
rbt post -p -I <file1> -I <file2> -I <file3>
And then have a review that has the whole contents of those files. I'm
using RB 1.5Beta1 and RBTools 0.7x, and Subversion.
I swear I had this working with Perforce at a previous job a few years ago.
Here's what I've tried so far :
- rbt post -I <file> -- this only works with a diff, contrary to what
https://www.reviewboard.org/docs/rbtools/dev/rbt/commands/post/ says ?
- Faking a diff -- The output of 'diff -u /dev/null <file>' is not
accepted, I keep getting a "cannot parse"
- Specifying a revision range of 1:HEAD -- I get an SVN error saying
that my target file did not exist in revision 1
So any ideas on how to post-commit a list of files so we can review the
entire file contents?
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