Is there a way to make Fisheye and Crucible only show branches/tags for the selected project?
Our SVN repository uses the standard
When i first added it to Fisheye, I checked "Use built-in symbolic rules", and set the "and then apply..." menu to "None". This was according to the instructions here.
But when I view the changelog for my repository, the "All branches and tags" menu shows branches/tags from all projects, not just the one I'm viewing. And in Crucible, under "add branches to the review", it also shows branches from all projects.
So I tried changing the "and then apply..." menu to the second option (
/project/trunk... etc.). With this, the menu lists branches like "projectName-branchName". Is this the desired result? It still shows branches from all projects, not just the selected one.
I'm not sure how this is supposed to work.
From your description I understand all your projects are under the same SVN repository, is this right?
In this case I think what you want to achieve should be possible if you add each project as a separate repository in FishEye. For instance, let's say you have PROJECT1 and PROJECT2 as follows:
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