I have Crucible along with FishEye integrated to SVN.
A review created for complete change Set 24, having 146 files in Crucible
Review is in progress and a new change set committed by developer changing 3 of the files which were part of previous changeset.
How to add the new change set files into the existing review directly from Source window of Fish Eye.
I can go to Crucible review window and select the file modified and make use of File Outdated status to get the latest. However checking each of the change set files thi way is time consuming.
Is there any way to add the new change set files incorporation into the pending review request .
You can do that from the activity stream of the repository:
* if you are already in the Source window, go to the 'Activity' tab. If you don't see the changeset, ensure that the branch selector is on 'All' (to view any changeset) and use the file tree on the left hand side to go to the root of the repository
* then click on 'Filter Commits', and type the developer's name, then click on 'Apply'
* when you see the changeset, click on the icon next to the time of the changeset, and in the menu that appears, click on 'Create review'
The window that appears should propose you to add the changeset to the existing review.
(Alternatively, go to the existing review, then click on 'Edit details'. In the popup, click on the 'Add content' button and then on 'Browse changesets' to add it).
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