On Wed, Nov 5, 2008 at 6:54 AM, Dave Hocker <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

>
> You can use the Perforce "p4 files" command to determine if Perforce
> thinks the file is text or binary. The last token of the output will
> be something like (text) or (binary+l). Note that for a binary file
> the character after the + is the letter L in lower case. We've had
> this issue and I plan to modify our post-review script to make this
> check.
>

You could do something with subversion, as well, by checking the
"svn:mime-type" property on files to see if they are text/plain or not.

--
Russell Bryant

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