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Crucible Mime Type for extensionless file

The raw-mime.types file allows you to control what how a file is interpretted by Crucible (binary, text, etc.). However, how do we specify a file that does not have an extension to be a "text/plain" type? For instance I might have a file called "myScript" but I know it's text and simply want it to be interpretted that way. How might I specify that in raw-mime.types?

In a more general sense, is there a way to set the default to be of a certain type by default if it's not specified in the raw-mime.types file?

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This capability has been released added to Crucible 2.7.8. In the "crucible" admin tab there is now a "Treat all files without extensions files as text" checkbox.

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