Fisheye treat *.java as binary when this file´s repository path is changed.

Fisheye version: 3.1.4

Configuration: svn:mime-type = .project .settings .classpath target payment-engine.iml

File type: .java

Problem: In fisheye this file is treated as binary, after the repository of this file has been changed.

This problem make the diff of revisions not possible since fisheye treat it as binary, how can we fix this?

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Hi Hainan,

You may set the svn:mime-type property on this file to text/plain then commit it and check if it is shown as text.

For further information on this setting please look at http://stackoverflow.com/questions/73797/how-do-i-tell-subversion-to-treat-a-file-as-a-binary-file.

Regards,

Gustavo Refosco

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