Branch is not removed from FishEye after deleted from git


for some reason when we delete a branch it is not removed from FishEye branch list. If we run 'git ls-remote origin' we can see it was deleted successfully.

I would really appriciate if someone can support me and let me know where is the problem ? The problem is that we have created many branches and many were removed from git but somehow they are still visible at FishEye.

Thank you,


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Fisheye never removes anything from its index... but there is a little cog icon which if you pulldown has an item: "Show Deleted Directories". Maybe it's checked in your case?

"Show Deleted Directories" can you tell me where exactly I see that ?

Also I don't understand what does "deleted directories" have to do with branches?

Is it possible to hide unused/removed branches ?

Good question... in subversion terms they're the same thing. In git, I don't know. The cog is there somewhere, in the directory navigator.

I've searched high and low for the "Show Deleted Directories". I see a dropdown with 50 branches and none are the one I need. Does anyone know how to configure this?

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