Crucible not detecting changes in review?

When a review is created for a particular changeset, (i.e., commit 1339 vs. commit 1578 in Subversion), no changes are shown in Crucible, although there should be. When selecting the individual commit hyperlinks, you can see the changes. In the image below, the review sees no changes, but when I click on the 1578 link, it is obvious that changes were made. Not sure how to fix this? A full re-index was done and this didn't seem to fix the problem. Any ideas?

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Hi Dominique!

Are you sure that there are changes between revisions 1339 and 1578? I'm asking, because it's possible to have commits in between which reverse changes. Do you see any changes when running 'svn diff -r 1339:1578 asm.h' from a command line?

Yes, there are definitely changes. 2 lines of code changed into 3 lines of different code. I did a visual diff from TortoiseSVN and also the command line, and verified that the changes are there.

OK. I such case I suggest to file a ticket on support.atlassian.com. Our support team will investigate it.

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