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Files being added to SVN as octet stream.

From: Alistair Ashcroft <alistair.ashcroft_at_originpacific.co.nz>
Date: 2006-06-13 04:28:40 CEST

Hi All,
I am using subversion for source control, and its been working great.
But lately, I have been doing sql development against a MS sql database,
and I have text files (with a .sql extension). When they are being
added to the repository, subversion is deciding they are
Application/Octet stream types, and consequently I can't do diffs etc on
them as it belives they are binary files.
Any help would be appreciated.
Alistair Ashcroft
Solution Developer
Ph: 64 027 654 0001
Fax: 64 3 547 8641
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Website: www.originpacific.co.nz

Received on Tue Jun 13 07:44:02 2006

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