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    gnocl::mime

    Retrieve information about files based on their MIME type.

    Synopsis

    gnocl::mime [subcommand] [-option value...]

    Description

    The mime command retrieves information about files based on their MIME type.

    Subcommands

    gnocl::mime getApplicationInfo [application-ID] [-option]
    gnocl::mime getApplicationInfo [application-ID] [-option value...]
    In its first form the command returns information about the application with this ID. The option determine which information are retrieved.
    In its second form the value of a given option must be the name of a global variable in which the corresponding information is stored. In this case the empty string is returned.
    Examples:
    getApplicationInfo gimp-2.0 -canOpenMultipleFiles
    returns whether the gimp-2.0 can open multiple files.
    getApplicationInfo gimp-2.0 \
        -canOpenMultipleFiles multiFiles \
        -requiresTerminal terminal
    returns the empty string. The value of the global variable multiFiles is a boolean whether gimp-2.0 can open multiple files and the value of the variable terminal is a boolean whether it requires a terminal.
    Options
    -canOpenMultipleFiles string
    Return whether the application can open multiple files
    -command string
    Return the string to start the application.
    -expectURIs string
    Return whether the application expects URIs instead of normal path names.
    -name string
    Return the name of the application.
    -requiresTerminal string
    Return whether the application requires a terminal.
    -URISchemes string
    Return a list of supported URI schemes.
    gnocl::mime getApplicationList [mime-type] [-option value...]
    Return a list of IDs of applications, which are able to handle this MIME type.
    Options
    -all boolean (default: false)
    Return all applications instead of the preferred ones.
    gnocl::mime getMimeInfo [mime-type] [-option value...]
    Return information about a MIME type. Options determine which information are retrieved. See getApplicationInfo for a detailed explanation.
    Options
    -canBeExecutable string
    Return whether this MIME type can be executable.
    -defaultAction string
    Return "Application", "Component" or "None" depending on the default action for this MIME type.
    -defaultApplication string
    Return the application ID of the default application.
    -description string
    Return a description of this MIME type.
    -icon string
    Return the default icon of this MIME type.
    gnocl::mime launch [application-ID] [URI-list]
    Launch the given application with the files given in the URI-list.
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