.pfa files are detected via extension as "application/x-font-type1", however
when gnome-vfs sniffs the MIME type it detects application/postscript.
I'd guess the .pfa match needs to have an increased priority.
that's true that it should have a greater priority that postscript itself as
.pfa files are valid postscript files
i see nowhere in this XML bloc that application/x-font-type1 is a subclass of
like application/postscript should be a subclass of text/plain
the only other thing i don't really like in the x-font-type1 XML is that :
(the .Z part aspecialy)
if we start to add .Z, .bz2, .gz to every mime-type/file extension, it is a no-go
well, that was my 2cts
Thanks, fixed subclassing.
> the only other thing i don't really like in the x-font-type1 XML is that :
> <glob pattern="*.pcf.Z"/>
> (the .Z part aspecialy)
> if we start to add .Z, .bz2, .gz to every mime-type/file extension, it is a no-go
I think we're driving towards adding foo-compressed MIME type definitions as we
need them. This does mostly affect font files, READusualMEs, ps.gz etc.., i.e.
files that have a chance of being handled differently by the respective handling
applications compared to "common" gzip files (.doc.gz).