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Interpretation of SVN MIME type property

From: Andreas Keil <rien_at_nurfuerspam.de>
Date: 2005-09-10 03:19:16 CEST

When adding new TeX files to SVN, I want to set two SVN properties at once
using the following lines in my local TortoiseSVN config file:

--------------------------
[miscellany]
enable-auto-props = yes

[auto-props]
*.tex = svn:mime-type=application/x-tex;svn:eol-style=native
--------------------------

However, only the first property is set, the second one is omitted due to
SVN's interpretation of "application/*" MIME types as binary data.

Is this behaviour correct or should SVN allow "application/*" MIME types to
be interpreted as text, too? There are many "application/*" MIME types for
text files which therefore shouldn't be treated as binary types, I think.

Thanks,
Andreas.

P.S.: As an off-topic side issue, I'd be interested in a link to an official
site listing all defined MIME types.

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