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    1 #@ mime.types(5)
    2 #@ This is the set of MIME types that will become compiled into S-nail.
    3 #@ Official MIME types are registered at and managed by IANA.
    4 #@ A more complete list of actually used MIME types can be found at
    5 #@ <http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/tika/trunk/tika-core/src/main/resources/\
    6 #@ org/apache/tika/mime/tika-mimetypes.xml>.
    7 #@ S-nail adds some more, search EXTENSION comments below.
    8 #@ S-nail changes some TIKA things, search CHANGE comments below.
    9 #
   10 # Lines starting with a number sign (#) (after possible whitespace) are
   11 # comments and discarded, empty lines are ignored, remaining ones are
   12 # interpreted according to the scheme
   13 #    [TYPEMARKER ]MIMETYPE whitespace EXTENSION(S, whitespace separated)
   14 # MIMETYPE may occur several times, values are joined.
   15 #
   16 # Syntax extensions:
   17 # - Follow lines may be used: instead of repeating MIMETYPE, start the next
   18 #   line with whitespace.  (Intervening comment lines may be used.)
   19 # - TYPEMARKER: an at sign (@) will tag the MIME type as plain text (unless
   20 #   the user installs a specific handler for the type in question).
   21 #   . "@t@" is identical to plain "@".
   22 #   . "@h@" will tag the MIME type as HTML tagsoup.
   23 #   . "@H@" is identical to "@h@", but won't treat the MIME type as plain
   24 #      text if the built-in HTML tagsoup parser isn't available, i.e., it
   25 #      requires an explicit MIME type handler to be set.
   26 #
   27 # Syntax restrictions:
   28 # - Comments must be lines of their own.
   29 # - Only MIME types for which we have a type constant allocated in
   30 #   mime_types.c:enum mime_type are allowed in this file here.
   31 # - MIME types without any file extensions are not handled.
   32 # - Note that the order of types and extensions is preserved ...
   33 # - Note that at least one built-in type is required (empty C array)
   34 
   35 # Expected frequent use
   36 # text/plain CHANGE: m4->text/x-m4, pod->text/x-pod; rc<-
   37 @ text/plain                  txt text conf cfg def list log in properties
   38                               rc
   39 @ text/x-diff                 diff patch
   40 @ text/troff                  t tr roff man me ms
   41                               tmac
   42                               1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
   43 application/pdf               pdf
   44 @h@ application/xhtml+xml     xhtml xht
   45 @h@ text/html                 html htm
   46 application/xml               xml xsl xsd
   47 
   48 @ application/x-sh            sh bash
   49 @ text/x-awk                  awk
   50 @ text/x-chdr                 h
   51 @ text/x-csrc                 c
   52 @ text/x-c++hdr               hpp hxx hh h++ hp
   53 @ text/x-c++src               cpp cxx cc c++
   54 @ text/x-ini                  ini
   55 @ text/x-perl                 pl pm al perl
   56 # CHANGE (tika: text/plain)
   57 @ text/x-pod                  pod
   58 
   59 # EXTENSION .txz
   60 application/x-xz              xz txz
   61 # EXTENSION
   62 application/x-lzma            lzma tlz
   63 # EXTENSION
   64 application/x-zstd            zst tzst
   65 application/gzip              tgz gz emz
   66 # EXTENSION
   67 application/x-lz4             lz4
   68 application/x-tar             tar
   69 application/x-bzip2           bz2 tbz2 boz
   70 # EXTENSIONs
   71 application/x-lzip            lz
   72 application/zip               zip
   73 
   74 application/pgp-encrypted     pgp
   75 @q@ application/pgp-signature     sig asc
   76 application/pkcs7-mime        p7m p7c
   77 @q@ application/pkcs7-signature   p7s
   78 application/postscript        ps eps epsf epsi
   79 
   80 image/gif                     gif
   81 image/jp2                     jp2
   82 image/jpeg                    jpg jpeg jpe jif jfif jfi
   83 image/png                     png
   84 
   85 application/cbor              cbor
   86 
   87 # Remains alphabetically
   88 @ application/javascript      js
   89 @ application/json            json
   90 @ application/mbox            mbox
   91 application/rdf+xml           rdf owl
   92 application/rss+xml           rss
   93 @ application/sql             sql
   94 application/x-bcpio           bcpio
   95 application/x-bittorrent      torrent
   96 application/x-bzip            bz tbz
   97 application/x-compress        z
   98 application/x-cpio            cpio
   99 @ application/x-csh           csh tcsh
  100 application/x-dvi             dvi
  101 @ application/x-latex         latex
  102 application/x-shar            shar
  103 @ application/x-tex           tex
  104 @ application/x-texinfo       texinfo texi
  105 application/x-x509-ca-cert    der crt
  106 application/x-xfig            fig
  107 application/xml-dtd           dtd
  108 application/xquery            xq xquery
  109 application/xslt+xml          xslt
  110 audio/basic                   au snd
  111 audio/midi                    mid midi kar rmi
  112 audio/mp4                     mp4a m4a m4b
  113 audio/mpeg                    mpga mp2 mp2a mp3 m2a m3a
  114 audio/ogg                     oga ogg
  115 audio/speex                   spx
  116 audio/x-flac                  flac
  117 audio/x-mpegurl               m3u
  118 audio/x-ms-wma                wma
  119 audio/x-pn-realaudio          ram ra
  120 audio/x-wav                   wav
  121 image/svg+xml                 svg svgz
  122 image/tiff                    tiff tif
  123 image/x-ms-bmp                bmp dib
  124 image/x-rgb                   rgb
  125 image/x-xbitmap               xbm
  126 image/x-xpixmap               xpm
  127 image/x-xwindowdump           xwd
  128 message/rfc822                eml mime mht mhtml
  129 @ text/calendar               ics ifb
  130 @ text/css                    css
  131 @ text/csv                    csv
  132 @ text/sgml                   sgml sgm
  133 @ text/x-assembly             s S asm
  134 # (Note that the tuple extensions will never match since text/plain wins!)
  135 @ text/x-asciidoc             asciidoc adoc ad ad.txt adoc.txt
  136 @ text/x-csharp               cs
  137 # (I have assembler .cgi's written myself, don't "@ " mark that one)
  138 text/x-cgi                    cgi
  139 @ text/x-d                    d
  140 @ text/x-go                   go
  141 @ text/x-java                 java
  142 text/x-jsp                    jsp
  143 @ text/x-lex                  l
  144 # EXTENSION nim
  145 @ text/x-nimrod               nim
  146 # CHANGE (tika: text/plain)
  147 @ text/x-m4                   m4
  148 @ text/x-objcsrc              m
  149 @ text/x-php                  php php3 php4
  150 @ text/x-python               py
  151 @ text/x-rst                  rst rest restx
  152 @ text/x-ruby                 rb
  153 text/x-uuencode               uu
  154 @ text/x-vcalendar            vcs
  155 @ text/vcard                  vcf
  156 @ text/markdown               md markdown
  157 @ text/x-yacc                 y
  158 @ text/x-yaml                 yaml
  159 
  160 # s-it-mode