Fisheye/Crucible: Can't I have a diff even if crucible doesn't recognize the file extension?

Our code base has lots and lots of files of various filename extentions.

I wish the filename.map file allowed me to have a catch all for unrecognized files but still diff them as plain text with no syntax highlighting.

If crucible doesn't recognize the filename extention it doesn't provide a diff - it just provides two links to the different files. But the diff is critical for a code review.

-dan

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Hi Dan,

You should be able to define this by setting the extensions you want to be recognized as text in the raw-mime.types file under your FishEye install directory. Could you please check if this works? Please attend to restart FishEye after setting it.

What type of repository is this? For a SVN repository, for example, you could also set a svn:mime-type property, defining a file as, for instance, text/plain.

2 things seem odd about this: 1. Why isn't editable in the admin screens? 2. If it must be in a file, shouldn't it exist off of the FISHEYE_CONFIG directory instead of the Installation directory? Otherwise won't we need to edit this after every upgrade?

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