I was wondering if FishEye supports boolean opearators in quick search to do something like: 'database && user' to get results where file contain both strings 'database' and 'user'.
I can do an EyeQL as follows:
select revisions from dir "/" where content matches "database" and content matches "user" order by date desc group by changeset return path, revision, author, date, csid
But it would be nice to do it using some quick search method. Any ideas?
quick search doesn't currently support operators. It aims to provide a simple way to search your repositories for various data types. For content searches this means taking the entire input query and returning files containing the exact phrase.
If you would like to see operators introduced into quick search, be sure to raise a feature request.
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