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How does RTC SCM identifies file as Binary?

vijayakumar ramesh (1173660) | asked Oct 18 '16, 8:31 a.m.
Generally Build operation output like .exe, .class, jar files are considered as  Binary from user. 
Use Case:
When User want to stop storage of Binary files into RTC SCM, question is what kind of files is considered as Binary from the System.
How does it distinguishes Plain text (source code) from binary files?
What could be the max size of Binary file which could be allowed to store in RTC SCM (Size range)?
Which may not affect the performance of system in future. For example storing library or .exe of 10kbs or 50kbs.

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Alan Sampson (93749) | answered Oct 18 '16, 12:15 p.m.
Typically a .jazzignore file controls which files are to be excluded during commit. See for a discussion of the file.

Each project under SCM control should have a .jazzignore file in the home directory. The comment block in the file provides more detail of the syntax.

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