On 19 August 2014 17:58, Ben Fritz <fritzophrenic_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm trying to set a filter on the "show log" dialog to only show changes to
> a folder itself, not its children (mostly property changes).
> I thought I could accomplish this using a regular expression filter, to make
> sure the folder name is at the end of the string (because it is the last
> item in the path).
In 1.8.x it is not a regex. Hover the mouse over the filter box to see
how it works.
> But I am not having any success.
> My folder is called "externals", it's in /Path/to/project/trunk/externals.
> Using filter "externals" without the quotes shows the results I want, but
> also commits I don't want, that changed files or subdirectories under this
> Using filter "externals$" without the quotes gives zero results. I expected
> this to match "externals" at the end of the path string (there are several
> revisions where this should be the case).
> So I thought, maybe the string matched is actually a combination of the
> fields, separated by whitespace or something, and tried "externals\s". The
> only result this gives me is where the log message contains the word
> "externals", it does not give any results for where the path contains the
> externals directory. I can make it have zero results if I uncheck the
> "messages" checkbox in the filter options.
> How can I properly construct a filter that matches the end of a path string?
Try /externals -/externals/
That should include items containing the word "/externals" but exclude
any that have a trailing /, indicating something other than the
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Received on 2014-08-19 19:34:52 CEST