All my source files show up as binary files in FishEye/Crucible, how do I fix this.

 

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This was resolved after linking to the repository as a stash repo instead of a plain git repo.

I used the below command in git to find out that git does think of the file as a text file.

git grep -I --name-only -e "" -- <filename> ...

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