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How to display SVN 2nd level folders in FishEye Commit Graph as independent columns?

This is our SVN folder structure

Or SVN folder structure is this:

  • /branches/feature/JIRA-1
  • /branches/feature/JIRA-2
  • ...
  • /tags
  • /trunk


Each new feature/bug has individual feature/jira-number subfolder. When development is finished then changes are merged back to trunk.

In FishEye Commit Graph I would like to see commits of individual JIRA number subfolder in individual columnts. But in this moment all /branches/feature/JIRA... are link to one line. See attached image:

FishEye_Commit_Graph.png

Commits JIRA-175 and JIRA-184 are in individual folders. But here are on one line.

Is there option to have got there individual lines or columns?

Thank you

Best regards

 Peter

 

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