Seeing difference from branch create using SVN and Crucible


I am currently evaluating crucible and have managed to successfull hook it up to our SVN repository, however I am having a problem when creating reviews.

When branching off of trunk and creating a commit, I am able to add the commit to the review and see the files that have been changed, but only the entirey of the file without the color coding I typically see when changes in between commits are shown.

Is there a way to have the start of the branch as an "initial commit" to compare my changes against - therefore seeing the color coded differences with only 1 commit?

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Lukasz Pater Atlassian Team Mar 03, 2014

Hi Eric,

This should happen by default - you should be able to see differences made in the changeset you've added to the review.

Please make sure that the 'Add to Review as:' option is set to 'Diffs' when adding the changesets to the review (setting it to 'Whole files' would cause the behavior you described.

Hi Lukasz,

Unfortunately I have selected adding to review as Diffs up until this point, I'm still shown the whole file.

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