.hgeol
author Cameron McCormack <cam@mcc.id.au>
Tue, 26 Aug 2014 00:24:26 +1000
changeset 701 1031fbd25ff0
parent 0 7ca8f1950679
permissions -rw-r--r--
Fix markup errors.



# This file is used by the 'eol' extension. The eol extension helps prevent
# users from checking in changes where they inadvertently change the line
# endings of a file (and thereby trash the diff and hg blame/annotate). It
# also lets users work with files using their OS's native line endings.
#
# IMPORTANT: each user of this repository must enable the eol extension before
# they make and commit any changes (unless they /really/ know what they're
# doing)! Failure to enable the extension may mean that your changes will
# contain the wrong line endings, in which case the central repository will
# block your pushes until you manually fix the line endings in your changesets.
# Read the section on enabling the extension here (and pay attention to its
# "IMPORTANT" subsection):
#
#   http://mercurial.selenic.com/wiki/EolExtension






#               !!!! WARNING! WARNING! WATCH OUT! !!!!
#
# DO NOT CHANGE THIS FILE UNTIL YOU HAVE READ AND UNDERSTOOD THE "IMPORTANT"
# SUBSECTIONS IN THE SECTION ABOUT CHANGING A ".hgeol" FILE ON THE PAGE:
#
#   http://mercurial.selenic.com/wiki/EolExtension
#
# Changing this file can cause "unexpected" changes to appear for files that
# you DID NOT TOUCH. That's probably okay, but pushing your changes to /this/
# file without first resolving any such "unexpected" changes is definitely NOT.
# Doing so will cause those "unexpected" changes to appear in other users'
# working directories as UNCOMMITTED(!!) changes, which will really confuse and
# annoy them! Read the appropriate IMPORTANT sections on the page linked above
# and this will all make sense!






[repository]

# Repository's native EOL type:

native = LF

[eol]

# TODO: this doesn't seem to have any affect here, so users probably need to
# add this to their own Mercurial config.
#
# Tell the eol extension to do its thing on files matching patterns of type
# 'native' even if they contain inconsistent line endings. (Any files that
# intentionally contain a mixture of line ending characters should be marked
# as 'BIN' (not 'native') to tell the eol extension to leave them alone.)

only-consistent = False

[patterns]

# For documentation on pattern formats see 'hg help patterns' or
# http://www.selenic.com/mercurial/hg.1.html#file-name-patterns

# For documentation on the meaning of 'native', 'LF', 'CRLF' and 'BIN' see
# http://mercurial.selenic.com/wiki/EolExtension

# Text files:

**.bak = native
**.bat = native
.blacklist-rev = native
.blacklist-user = native
**.conf = native
**.css = native
**.cvsignore = native
**.dat = native
**.dtd = native
**.es = native
.hgeol = native
**.htaccess = native
**.htm = native
**.html = native
**.idd = native
**.idl = native
**.idlx = native
**.inc = native
**.inc = native
**.java = native
**.js = native
**.mk = native
**.mk = native
**.mml = native
**.mod = native
**.nvdl = native
**.pl = native
**.pm = native
**.py = native
**.readme = native
**.rng = native
**.sh = native
**.smil = native
**.svg = native
**.txt = native
**.xht = native
**.xhtml = native
**.xml = native
**.xsl = native
**.xslt = native
**/rng/** = native
**ChangeLog = native
**LICENSE = native
**Makefile = LF
**NOTICE = native
**README = native
hgrc = native
**manifest = native

# Binary files:

**.3gp = BIN
**.avi = BIN
**.class = BIN
**.exe = BIN
**.gif = BIN
**.gz = BIN
**.icc = BIN
**.icm = BIN
**.jar = BIN
**.jpg = BIN
**.mov = BIN
**.ogg = BIN
**.pdf = BIN
**.png = BIN
**.ppm = BIN
**.svgz = BIN
**.ttf = BIN
**.wav = BIN
**.woff = BIN
**.xls = BIN
**.zip = BIN