Can Fisheye be configure to ignore branches of a Git repository ?

Is there a way to exclude (or converserly include only selected) branches of a git repository with Fisheye. This is simple in Subversion but does not seem to be readily available for Git.

There is only a small portion of a very large Git repository we need to track. The portion we don't utilze directly is often being rebased which is causing a heavy load on our server.

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It is not currently possible to configure FishEye to exclude particular Git branches. I recommend you create an enhancement request on

Daniel Rohan Atlassian Team Jan 03, 2013

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