Is it possible to diff a new script to an old script with a different name?

I have two pieces of code, code1.R and code2.R. I've already reviewed code1.R, it's been in production for several months and it works well.

When I review code2.R, I'd like to diff it against code1.R.

Is there a simple way to do this in Crucible?


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In case you would like to review difference between arbitrary commits, you can create a patch using proper SCM command (git diff etc) and next upload the patch to the review (edit review > add content > upload patch). 

I have decided to use a different tool.

Notepad++ has a "Compare" plug in available from its website, and this is sufficient for my purposes.

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