Empty changeset in Crucible

When attempting to add an empty Git changeset to a Crucible inspection, Crucible goes through the process but doesn't actually add the changeset. This causes the changeset to not appear to have been inspected in JIRA and causes issues downstream.

Any ideas how to add an empty changeset to an inspection, or how to give the empty changeset inspection credit?

Thanks.

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Lukasz Pater Atlassian Team Mar 03, 2014

Hi Chris,

this is not currently possible - you can't add empty changesets to reviews, and there's no way to mark changesets as reviewed manually.

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CRUC-6393is a feature request for a similar functionality - please vote on it, and add a comment if it's missing something you'd like to see.

Thanks for the response. I suspected that was the case. I've added a vote to CRUC-6393; hopefully it will be added at some point.

Thanks.

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