fisheye git only include branch master

In the config.xml is it

<include tree="master" casesensitive="false"/>

<include tree="/master" casesensitive="false"/>

<include tree="master/*" casesensitive="false"/>

Each time I rescan the repo shows all commits with 0 files changed.

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As I understand, you would like Fisheye to index only the master branch of your repository.

At the moment, it is not possible to include/exclude specific git branches in a repository in Fisheye, only specific paths/directories.

There is a feature request for this functionality, which you can follow at:

You can add your comments there and outline your specific use-case.

Hope this helps!



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