Journal filtering with a condition "repository:foo/bar" can't pick up entries for repository "foo/bar" (= repository "bar" belonging to group "foo").
AFAIK, Whoosh library (at least 2.5.7) treats "repository:foo/bar" as "repository == foo AND repository == bar" unintentionally.
You can reproduce this unexpected(?) behavior of Whoosh library by Python script below. This is minimum part of building query from filter condition in Kallithea.
from whoosh.fields import ( TEXT, ID, STORED, NUMERIC, BOOLEAN, Schema, FieldType, DATETIME ) from whoosh.qparser.dateparse import DateParserPlugin from whoosh.qparser.default import QueryParser # from kallithea/lib/indexers/__init__.py JOURNAL_SCHEMA = Schema( username=TEXT(), date=DATETIME(), action=TEXT(), repository=TEXT(), ip=TEXT(), ) # from _journal_filter()@kallithea/controllers/admin/admin.py qp = QueryParser('repository', schema=JOURNAL_SCHEMA) qp.add_plugin(DateParserPlugin()) # with wildcard, treated as prefix matching print repr(qp.parse(u'repository:foo/bar*')) # without wildcard, treated as AND-ed conditions print repr(qp.parse(u'repository:foo/bar'))
BTW, if you don't have group, of which name ends with "foo", suffix matching "repository:*foo/bar" may be used as an instant workaround.