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Bamboo 6.1.4 regex on repository Branch Detection Path

I want to have a single plan with a repository path of <SVN path> and "Branch Path" of "Trunk". I wish it to automatically create a new branch when a new folder shows up in SVN in any of

<SVN path>/Branches/?

<SVN path>/Tags/?

This post "https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Bamboo-questions/Bamboo-build-branches-from-releases-and-branches-folders/qaq-p/144482" seems to imply that the "Branch Detection Path" on either the Repositories or Branches tab should accept regex.

If it did, "Branches|Tags", or better yet "[bB]ranches|[tT]ags" should match the desired folders. However, it appears that  this is not true in 6.1.4. Is there a later version in which regex is accepted?

Currently I must create two plans (one for Trunk and Branches, one for Trunk and Tags) to get full coverage.  Note that "Branches" and "Tags" each work properly (although neither "branches" or "tags" do). Of course, this doubles the number of plans and worse causes Trunk commits to be built twice.

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Foong Atlassian Team Sep 07, 2018

That post is not related to "Branch Detection Path" and it does not work due to https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/BAM-15739

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