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Other packages add themselves as viewers/editors/composers/etc by using the provided "update-mime" program.
In addition, the commands "see", "edit", "compose", and "print" will display, alter, create, and print (respectively) any file using a program determined from the entries in the mime.types and mailcap files.
RUN-MAILCAP(1) Run Mailcap Programs RUN-MAILCAP(1) NAME run-mailcap, view, see, edit, compose, print - execute pro‐ grams via entries in the mailcap file SYNOPSIS run-mailcap --action=ACTION [--option[=value]] [MIME- TYPE:[ENCODING:]]FILE [...] The see, edit, compose and print versions are just aliases that default to more»
MAILCAP(5) MAILCAP(5) NAME mailcap - metamail capabilities file DESCRIPTION The mailcap file is read by the metamail program to determine how to display non-text at the local site. The syntax of a mailcap file is quite simple, at least com‐ pared to termcap files. Any line that starts with "#" is a more»
MAILCAP.ORDER(5) Order Mailcap Entries MAILCAP.ORDER(5) NAME /etc/mailcap.order - the mailcap ordering specifications DESCRIPTION The order of entries in the /etc/mailcap file can be altered by editing the /etc/mailcap.order file. Each line of that file specifies a package and an optional mime type. Mailcap entries that match will be place more»
UPDATE-MIME(8) Update MIME Programs UPDATE-MIME(8) NAME update-mime - cr more»
mime-support (3.48-1) unstable; urgency=medium * use only "copiousoutput" rules for "cat" action more»
This is the Debian Linux "Mime-Support" package. This package was written by Brian White <bcwhite@p more»