A start for a more detailed data-structure to keep knowledge
about various data types are defined by MIME. Some basic
treatments with mime types are implemented.
The first special data item is whether a data type is binary
or ascii. This is required for correctly encoding e-mail
attachments, and implemented for the Mail::Box module.
Improvements and additions please t
Revision history for Perl extension MIME::Types.
Unless explicitly stated differently are all changes produced by
version 1.33: Thu Jan 12 08:46:05 CET 2012
- all openxmlformats are binary [Beverly Wang]
- mediaType() and subType() did not handle subType's with dots
in them correctly. [Roman V. Nikolaev]
version 1.32: Thu Aug 18 23:30:25 CEST 2011
- explain how to use MIME:
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