Fisheye Commit Graph

Fisheye’s Commit Graph reflects the check-in comments in the Subversion repository – or more correctly it doesn’t reflect the edited check-in comments. The application was restarted, but the query retained the aged check-in comments.

We would prefer that Fisheye Commit Graph draw a fresh view of the repository’s check-in comments with each fresh instance.

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Lukasz Pater Atlassian Team Nov 24, 2013

Hi Travis,

FishEye caches and indexes the history of your repository to enable fast browsing and searching. If you edit your check-in comment FishEye will still see the cached one, that was retrieved when scanning the commit.

To manually update your check-in comments, you'll need to do a SVN non-versioned properties rescan. You can find the option in the repository admin screen, as described here:

If your usecase requires you to do this often, you might be interesetd in automating it using the rescan-metadata REST resource:

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