I have a SVN repository configured in Crucible/fisheye 3.4.3.
The repository is a very simple test repository containing the following:
[root@localhost ~]# FISHEYE_INST=/var/lib/crucible/ /opt/fecru-3.4.3/bin/fisheyectl.sh svnrules svn-vagrant
INFO - Using log4j configuration file: /opt/fecru-3.4.3/log4j-client.xml
INFO - FishEye SVN Symbolic Rules Verifier
INFO - FishEye arguments: [svn-vagrant]
INFO - loading config from file: /var/lib/crucible/config.xml
INFO - Testing connection to repo svn-vagrant
INFO - Connected to repo svn-vagrant
INFO - Processing svn log for a revision range: 0 ... HEAD
INFO - Verification complete, no issues found.
In fisheye when I look at the files using "All branches and tags" the folders under tags are reported as empty(greyed out) even though the files under are also shown (but greyed).
If I select a tag (say flux-tag1) then flux/branches/test1 is blue, the folders under are greyed an no files are shown. In flux/tags/tag1 the folders under are blue, but no files are shown. flux/trunk is greyed as I would expect. the test-app folder and its branches and tags subfolders are also blue. Subfolders under test-app branches and tags are greyed, and no files shown.
I find this behavior confusing. Is it as expected, or have I done somthing wrong in the configuration?
As per the description of your repository it seems that, under the repository root, you have several projects, so the SVN Symbolic Rules would differ from the default.
Could you please go to FishEye's Administration > Repositories, open the repository configuration for the repo in question, go to SCM Details and confirm the SVN Symbolic Rules is select to the following?
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