Fix handling of ported comments (broken after big comment refactor)

The new comment handling logic in <gr-diff-host> insists on `patchNum`
being set appropriately for all threads. It refuses to show threads
with patchNum:X on a file with patchNum:Y.

We should overall probably be stricter with the comment thread adopting
the full location information from the ported comments.

OTOH it might also be worthwhile to just remove the `patchNum` property
from `CommentThread`. The app does not seem to use it much. That is also
the reason why it has not yet come up as a problem.

Change-Id: I3916739f8f7acedbf9dfe7d41d43517868e6e12a
4 files changed
tree: b072dbea921138d42de8b77c6c8e95ef72c45c1b
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  2. .ts-out/
  3. Documentation/
  4. antlr3/
  5. contrib/
  6. e2e-tests/
  7. java/
  8. javatests/
  9. lib/
  10. modules/
  11. plugins/
  12. polygerrit-ui/
  13. prolog/
  14. prologtests/
  15. proto/
  16. resources/
  17. tools/
  18. webapp/
  19. .bazelignore
  20. .bazelproject
  21. .bazelrc
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  23. .editorconfig
  24. .git-blame-ignore-revs
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  27. .gitreview
  28. .mailmap
  29. .pydevproject
  30. .zuul.yaml
  31. BUILD
  32. COPYING
  33. INSTALL
  34. Jenkinsfile
  35. README.md
  36. SUBMITTING_PATCHES
  37. WORKSPACE
  38. package.json
  39. version.bzl
  40. yarn.lock
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