It looks like as-is, this will just format things in a system-agnostic way (<filename> <rev>). I wonder if there's a way to add some knowledge about the best way to format this, since each SCM has a "canonical" way of writing revision numbers. For example: SVN: <filename> r<rev> Perforce: <filename>#<rev> Git: <filename> <short-rev>...
Include revision in View Diff summary head of files
Review Request #579 — Created Oct. 6, 2008 and discarded
|Review Board SVN (deprecated)|
Added revision id so that the file and rev is displayed at the top before the diffs. This is useful for _some_ SCMs that have integer per file version numbers. For some of the distributed SCM's this may not be so useful. Raising review as a discussion point, see http://groups.google.com/group/reviewboard/browse_thread/thread/89a89ece9d5e1139
Tested with SVN and another SCM (that uses integers for rev id's) that is not officially supported by ReviewBoard