Are those changes part of your diffs, or from a merge? We filter out
content from merges, showing them as equals, since they're not a factor in
the changes being reviewed.
There is a bug with interdiffs today that can result in some lines in very
specific cases not showing up as being changed. I have a fix for this, but
we need to do some thorough testing before it can go in.
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On Fri, Sep 2, 2016 at 7:40 AM, Vlad S. <thev...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have issue with interdiff view, the changes from diff1 to diff2 left
> unmarked and thus got review unnoticed. See attachment.
> The lines removed from diff2 was not marked at all.
> Would you provide some guidance?
> Which .py file shall I look at for the interdiff which generate the view?
> Where shall I add debug output to see interdiff code outputs.
> It seems it is not git diff issue, but the interdiff code.
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