I have fisheye (Version:2.6.0 Build:20110606054705 2011-06-07) installed and have it scanning our subversion repository. We use svn externals in our repository but it doesn't show up when I browse to the folder that contains the external. I might just be doing something wrong. Can anbody tell me if this works in fisheye and how I could get it to work?
Adding it as a separate repo will only show you the source of the external, there are no references.
So it's definitely not a replacement for externals.
As such my use of "The only solution (...)" was maybe not correct.
If an issue is resolved as "Won't Fix" it's indeed not on the roadmap.
You can always add your comment and vote to the issue to make it clear that this is important to you.
That's the beauty of an open issue tracker :)
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