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Crucible - How to exclude some branches?

I'd like to exclude some branches in my mercurial repo, so that cru/fisheye completely ignores any commits to those branches.

I found "exclude paths", but all paths are valid for my case, it's only about branches. Any suggestions? tnx.

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Hey Victor,

I want to do something similar, how did you specify the excluded branches.

Thanks!

Victor, am not sure about Mercurial, but for svn, we could give the path of the trunk alone while adding the repository, rather than giving the repository path. Won't that restrict the Fisheye scanning only the trunk?

Path wasn't a solution because I needed several specific branches. So I created a copy of repo and set branches in pull request params.

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