FishEye indexes commits multiple times

It seems FishEye sometimes indexes commits multiple times. Could this be a bug related to #resolving multiple issues in a single commit?

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I found out what's going wrong. I have several SVN repositories with relative paths for products and an all encompassing SVN repository. Smart commits cannot be enabled/disabled per repository and thus all smart commits are picked up twice. Once in the all encompassing SVN repository and once in the relative repository.

I voted on : Ability to opt a single repository or #pattern out of smart commits

Hi Wouter

Which version of fisheye are you on?

This seems to be a bug on the old fisheye versions (earlier than 2.7.4) and was fixed in 2.7.4.

If you are on an earlier version, upgrade to 2.7.4 should fix your issue.

Have a look at the link below, this was discussed in answers before


We are using FishEye and Crucible 3.1.5 with a SVN repository (used for multiple projects).

In that case, Iam not aware on how this can be resolved. Lets wait for others to join in to the discussion.


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