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Fisheye shows a diff, Crucible says "No change"

Odd issue, and I'm not convinced it's a bug, I think I'm just missing something.

A user created a Crucible review (we're on v3.3.1) and on 2 of the 4 files in the review, Crucible shows the two changesets it should be diffing (let's say AAAAAA and BBBBBB) but then below it says "No change". If I go to Fisheye and compare AAAAAA to BBBBBB, it clearly shows the change.

Why would Crucible say "No change" when Fisheye shows the change?

-Kelly Schoenhofen

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Tom Davies Atlassian Team Mar 04, 2014

Are the changes whitespace only?

Which version control system?

No, the developer (in this specific instance, I'm going to just pick one file doing this behavior) added four lines. Our SCM is git (Stash). While in Crucible, you can click on the Fisheye pulldown arrow on the right, click File Diff, and it displays the diff perfectly. The url in the file diff is exactly the two revisions Crucible says "No change" to.

I seem to be running into the same exact problem. Are there any updates on this? Was a root cause identified and resolved? Thank you.

Our SCM is SVN/Subversion, however, not Git as the original issue author noted.

Had same issue.  We use SVN.  Worked around it by creating a patch (svn diff -c <rev> > <rev>.patch) and basing the review off of the patch instead.

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