Fisheye and Crucible : Managed new file extensions

Hi all,

In my project I have files with the extension .xlf. This type of files is not recognized by Fisheye and Crucible so it allows us to download the file but not to compare them. These files are like xml files so I want to associate this extension XLF to the text or xml viewer.

How can I do that?

Regards,

Sébastien

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Hi Sébastien,

Try editing your FISHEYE_INST/raw-mime.types file and add xlf extension to text/xml, e.g.

text/xml			xml xsl xlf

You may need to restart FishEye after making a change.

Kind regards,

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I've try that but without success :(

Weird, it works perfectly fine on my machine. Can you give me more details please - type of SCM you are using (SVN, git, anything else?), actual file name, URL of the page you expect to see textual diff but see download link only, screenshot perhaps?
Kind regards,

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Hi,

We are using SVN version 1.6.11 and Fisheye (and Crucible) version 3.1.4.

I have update the file raw-mime.types in my Fisheye home.

I see the download revision in a review containing a .xlf file and also when i look dirrectly to this file in Fisheye.

Regards,

Sebastien

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Any others suggestions for that point?

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