Virtual MimeTypes support patch
Jos van den Oever
jvdoever at gmail.com
Sat Oct 21 20:05:38 BST 2006
The solution given here:
is not entirely clear to me.
If I understand correctly, each plugin may add support for additional
mimetypes, so the part of the .desktop file that talks about mimetype
support for an application should be dynamic. How will the proposed
XML format solve this? Also I'm not sure 'virtual mimetypes' is a good
description of what you want. You probably mean 'virtual' as in
'virtual function'. Outside of C++, this meaning may not be as clear
as it is for C++ programmers. I dont have a better suggestion by the
way, because 'dynamic' is even worse.
2006/10/21, Albert Astals Cid <aacid at kde.org>:
> Hi, this patch adds virtual mimetypes support for KDE.
> Virtual mimetypes basically add the possibility of having plugins that add
> supported mimetypes to those the application supports.
> We need it for okular behaving properly, that is, not advertising it has pdf
> support when the pdf plugin was not compiled.
> See http://lists.kde.org/?l=kde-core-devel&m=116023261725717&w=2 for the whole
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