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mime.types



DESCRIPTION

       The mime.types file defines the recognized file types.

       Additional  file  types  can  be added to mime.types or in
       additional files in the configuration directory  /etc/cups
       with the extension ".types".

       Each  line  in the mime.types file is a comment, blank, or
       rule line. Comment lines start with the # character.  Rule
       lines  start  with  the  MIME type name and are optionally
       followed by a series of file recognition  rules  that  are
       used to automatically identify print and web files:

           super/type rule [ ... ruleN]
       The  rules  may be grouped using parenthesis, joined using
       "+" for a logical AND and "," or whitespace for a  logical
       OR, and negated using "!".


RULES

       Rules  take two forms - a filename extension by itself and
       functions with test values inside parenthesis. The follow­
       ing functions are available:

       match("pattern")
            Pattern match on filename

       ascii(offset,length)
            True if bytes are valid printable ASCII (CR, NL, TAB,
            BS, 32-126)

       printable(offset,length)
            True if bytes are printable 8-bit chars (CR, NL, TAB,
            BS, 32-126, 128-254)

       string(offset,"string")
            True if bytes are identical to string

       istring(offset,"string")
            True if a case-insensitive comparison of the bytes is
            identical

       char(offset,value)
            True if byte is identical

       short(offset,value)
            True if 16-bit integer is identical

       int(offset,value)
            True if 32-bit integer is identical

       locale("string")
            True if current locale matches string


COPYRIGHT

       Copyright 1993-2003 by Easy Software Products, All  Rights
       Reserved.

22 June 2000       Common UNIX Printing System      mime.types(5)
  
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