I have an SVN tag where i modified my file and want to send that modified/uncommited file to my reviewer and only after he is ok i will commit it.
I am able to see the updated file in the trunk but it does not give the difference when i send the file for review. It still shows the previously committed file and my new changes are not getting reflected.
Can i view the modified file before commiting it into the SVN?
To perform a review on an uncommitted change with Crucible, you need to create a pre-commit, patch based review.
See https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CRUCIBLE/Creating+a+Patch+Review for more details on how you go about creating patch reviews.
Regular reviews in Crucible are post-commit reviews. This means only committed changes are available for a regular review. If the change is uncommitted, it only exists in your working copy and not on the Subversion server to which Crucible is connected. While you can see the updated file, Crucible (and indeed any other Subversion user) cannot.
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