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svg2-tests: adds .cdr files as binary (Corel Draw)

From: SVG Working Group repository <cam+svgwgrepo@mcc.id.au>
Date: Fri, 25 Jul 2014 11:18:50 -0700
Message-Id: <hg.424f1c4d0e4c.1406312330.-3831678716828983378@ps58493.dreamhostps.com>
To: public-svg-wg@w3.org
details:   https://svgwg.org/hg/svg2-tests/rev/424f1c4d0e4c
branches:  
changeset: 34:424f1c4d0e4c
user:      Thomas Smailus <thomas.o.smailus@boeing.com>
date:      Fri Jul 25 11:18:16 2014 -0700
description:
adds .cdr files as binary (Corel Draw)

diffstat:

 .hgeol |  289 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++--------------------------------
 1 files changed, 145 insertions(+), 144 deletions(-)

diffs (293 lines):

diff --git a/.hgeol b/.hgeol
--- a/.hgeol
+++ b/.hgeol
@@ -1,144 +1,145 @@
-
-
-
-# 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
-**/.empty = 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
+
+
+
+# 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
+**/.empty = 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
+**.cdr = BIN
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