What file types are included in FishEye scanning/indexing?

I am trying to figure out what types of files (mime-types or extensions) are scanned and index by FishEye. Do I need to set up exclusions for binary files (pdf, images, etc.) or do they even get scanned? I can't seem to documentation that addresses this question.

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Hi, by default Fisheye scans/indexes all the files in the repository. You can change this by excluding files or paths.

Follow this guide https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/FISHEYE/Include+Exclude+Paths for more information on how to do this.

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