We have a new branch "development" in an Bitbucket repository, but can not add the whole branch for review as this would require raising the "crucible.review.content.size.limit" to probably 5000 files.
I have now used EyeQL to limit the revisions:
select revisions from dir "/" where (is head and date >= 2017-10-20T23:59:59.00Z) and (path not like ".png" and path not like ".zip") group by changeset return path, revision, author, date, csid
the problem with this is that any new commits are not automatically added and I would have to click "Add Content" and run the advanced EyeQL query again.
Isn't there a better way to have a branch review and monitor be able to have the most recent changes added for review without manually adding revisions?
When selecting individual changesets for a review in Crucible, Crucible is not able to automatically update the review when changes to files in the review occur.
There is also no "partial branch" option which will automatically add new changesets to a review when they are added to the branch. This feature is only available when you choose to review a complete branch.
You do not need to re-run your EyeQL query to find new changesets to add to your review. You can simply choose the "Browse Changesets" option and select your new changesets to add there.
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