Fisheye not show diff information for some files



CentOS 6, 2.6.2 Build:20110720020604 2011-07-20


Fisheye not show diff information for some files For example: fisheye scans repository and trying find changed files, and in my scenario fisheye recognizes files in new revision as new born, but it is a mistake. There no new files in this revision and all files must have diff info, some files has diff information and some has no it.


What can be cause of this problem and how i can fix it?

Thanks in advance!

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Hi Vadim,

Can you give a bit more context? What is the repository type (subversion, git, mercurial, ... ) and what type of change have been made in the commit? Straightforward modifications, or maybe copied, moved or merged files?

Thanks for fast answer Michal!

- Repository type is Subversion

- Type of change was branch creation and another type of change regular commit.

It's probably best to open a support ticket for this issue at, because we'll need to see the svn log for the commit in question, the fisheye logs for when the commit was indexed by FishEye and possibly your symbolic rules settings.

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