Fisheye (bundled with crucible) displays deleted directories for a git repository

I have a git repository that I am displaying using the fisheye/crucible bundle, and it seems that even when I am hiding deleted files, deleted directories show up as empty. I can hide empty directories and they go away, but since they are deleted, they shouldn't be showing up in the first place.

There has been discussion this issue in various jira issues https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/FE-2762 and https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/FE-1542, but I'm not really sure what the current state of it is, and how it is actually supposed to behave. I'm also not sure if this is specific to the scm I am using or not.

Can anyone provide any insight on this issue?

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Daniel Rohan Atlassian Team Mar 03, 2013

Hello Jeff,

As indicated in the documentation:

Hide deleted files – hide deleted (i.e. greyed out) files. This does not affect directories.

Thanks,

Daniel, thanks for pointing that out. Do you know the reason for this?

It's not limited to Git repos, so may be a bug.

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