What version are you running? 184.108.40.206 What's the URL of the page containing the problem? /reviewboard/r/new/ What steps will reproduce the problem? 1. Create a directory in subversion, /a/ 2. Create a directory in subversion, /b/ 3. In /a/, create a subversion property "^/b b", so that /b/ is included as /a/b/ 4. Create and 'svn add' two files, /a/a.txt, /a/b/b.txt. 5. Create a patch from /a/, containint those two files. 6. Submit the patch using New Review Request What is the expected output? What do you see instead? The expected output is to create a review as if /a/b/ had been a normal directory. Instead, an error message is displayed: "The file 'https://svnserver/svn/a/b/b.txt' (r12345) could not be found in the repository" What operating system are you using? What browser? n/a Please provide any additional information below. n/a
Added --ignore-externals to 'svn status' calls in rbtools in master (5533790). The basic svn diff tool and rbtools won't create patches that span externals, so it's some third-party tool (tortoise?) that's causing problems.