PR diff doesn't update when target changes
I have a git repository with a PR submitted to the
master branch. A user then pushes commits to the git repository that updates the commit to which
master points. Now the diff displayed in the PR is out of date and includes changes that are already accepted on master. I expect the diff to be the equivalent of
git diff target...source even when the target pointer is updated.
For example, I see the issue with the following history:
* 8c5e00f - (4 hours ago) Commit 2 (B/bug) | * e74c974 - (6 hours ago) Merge pull request #5 (origin/master) | |\ | |/ |/| * | 0bd6161 - (28 hours ago) Commit 1 |/ * c02d23d - (11 days ago) Commit 0 # origin/master was originally here
A PR was submitted from B/bug to origin/master when origin/master pointed to
c02d23d and the displayed diff was correct. Then origin/master was updated to point to
e74c974 and now the PR displays the wrong diff. Specifically the common ancestor was not updated so the PR diff shows
8c5e00f instead of just
8c5e00f like it should.
I'm using RhodeCode Enterprise 4.17.2.
In that directory there appears to be one file related to the PR. It is
pull_request_457_latest_latest_8c5e00f22791db8df3d724e67611514b53d1a418_c02d23dc971e6f31aa17b620737b2a85d21fac4b_False_3_False. Those hashes match the first and last commits above. It contains several copies of the files involved in commits
8c5e00f. Is that the information you're looking for?
I deleted the file and then refreshed the PR. It had no effect on the diff. The cache file was recreated as you predicted.
I also tried creating and new PR from B/Bug to origin/master and it still shows the same diff, unexpectedly including the changed files from
0bd6161. Perhaps the "Update Commits" step I listed in the original report is a red herring.
#8 Updated by Marcin Kuzminski [staff] 5 months ago
Yes, so if the "new" PR diff is also considered incorrect this is a different problem. The main assumption till now was the update changes the diff in an unexpected way. We'll check same example as your graph to verify everything is ok with calculating common ancestor and a diff.
#9 Updated by Marcin Kuzminski [staff] 5 months ago
I meant to say the step where the master branch of the target repository is updated.
There's a logic when you hit "update commits" button that also should check about that, and a green flash message would indicate that PR was updated because of source OR target changed (two different messages)