D15532: [Astyle] Add Objective C to list of languages with formatters

René J.V. Bertin noreply at phabricator.kde.org
Wed Oct 13 11:19:38 BST 2021

rjvbb added a comment.

  Well, that's what I get for trusting my memory, I didn't even realise at first that you'd been jumping on a PR that I started.  :-/
  Just carry on then, forget my objections about the headers.
  As to Qt using shared mimeinfo on Mac, I couldn't tell for certain. I basically only use the MacPorts build of Qt, which as you're probably aware is an environment that aims to do things in a linuxy way. You asked about Qt's bundled mime info database, and I have to assume they do use that, esp. if/because shared-mimeinfo isn't available typically.
  I strongly doubt that the Finder would analyse file contents in order to give a type indication. But it could easily use metadata provided by Xcode in the direntry and/or by Spotlight (which *does* analyse file content). As I said before, I rarely use the Finder so I'm far from an expert on its quirks and features. In fact, I'm probably not an expert on the Mac GUI at all, it's been so long that I've been using mine as a sort of Franke(li)nux - the KDevelop session I use most runs under X11 even ;)

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