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Feature Request -- Filter closed Hg branches in drop down

The branches drop down when switching branches in the repository view in Fisheye or selecting changesets in Crucible only shows the first fifty branches alphabetically.

Once you start typing, you can filter on any branch which is good, but it would be of more value if the branches listed were only the active ones. Right now we don't see most of our active branches in the drop down because there are lots of closed branches from a couple of years ago that start with the letter A or B, making the drop down pretty useless for us.

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Foong Atlassian Team Aug 13, 2013

Hi Charoco,

You may want to exclude all the other closed branches at Administration > Repository Settings > Repositories > reponame > Include/Exclude Paths

For more information, please refer to https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/FISHEYE/Include+Exclude+paths

Foong Atlassian Team Aug 13, 2013

Sorry for the silly mistake. I was working with another SVN case when I look into this post.

Thanks Kah, but that won't work for Mercurial -- branches aren't represented as different paths within the repo as may be the case with SVN, et. al.

Foong Atlassian Team Aug 13, 2013

I have created the feature request here: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/FE-4788

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