How do you get Fisheye to recognize a heirarchy of branches?

In our SVN setup, we use a heirarchy of branches, where the actual branches appear several levels deeper than just "branches".

For instance, within our "branches" directory, we have a "users" directory, and within that a separate directory for each developer, and then the developers create their own branches within their own directories.

The problem is that Fisheye treats all of that as just a "users" branch. Is there some way to get Fisheye to recognize the actual branches? Is this something I should be opening an issue for?

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Have you tried modifying the Custom Symbolic Rules in the repository definition?

Look for Symbolic section and hit edit details then use the drop down to select custom and use a custom branches pattern.

Something like

Pattern: branches/users/([^/]+)/([^/]+) Name: "${1}-${2}"

This should import each users multiple branches as USERNAME-BRANCHNAME

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