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Determining which files are treated as binary

From: Greg Thomas <thomasgd_at_omc.bt.co.uk>
Date: 2005-06-01 10:25:59 CEST


I'm trying to create a post-commit hook to set the svn:needs-lock
property on binary files - which should be simple enough.

But, I'm having trouble determining which files are treated as binary
by Subversion. When a new file is added, you do get a (binary) note to
indicate this - e.g.
Adding (bin) test.gif
but AFAICT there's no way of pulling this binary status out using
svnlook or another similar command suitable for use from a hook.

What have I missed?



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