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How do I create a Crucible/Fisheye repo to point only to especific branches?

I have a SVN repo with trunk, tags, and branches. Standard SVN structure.

The repo has hundreds of branches and the team only wants to do code review on branches that starts with string "abc_" .

Is there a way to tell Fisheye to index only /branches/abc_* ?

That way it will not take days to index the entire /branches directory.

And yes, already excluded **/tags/** and **/trunk/** - but it seems that the include path does not support wild cards.


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Hi @Nestor Edelman,

You are right, Include Paths do not support Antglobs nor wildcards of any type, so your options are:

  1. Add branches one by one to the list of Include Paths.
  2. Use Exclude Paths, in which case you will exclude branches that match specific patterns, meaning that only branches with pattern "/branches/abc_*" will end up being indexed.

Hopefully this helps!

Thanks for responding. I will try your suggestion.

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