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# This file tells those programs that support it (mutt et alii) what other
# programs to use to view files with certain MIME types.  A description of what
# this file may contain can be found in RFC 1524 or, for a more
# beginner-friendly overview, section 5.3 or thereabouts of the mutt manual.
# MIME types that appear twice have two different entries: one for viewing the
# file in a separate application and one (marked with "copiousoutput") for
# transforming the file into text that can be viewed from within the original
# program.
text/html; lynx -force_html %s; nametemplate=%s.html
text/html; lynx -force_html -dump %s; copiousoutput; nametemplate=%s.html
text/richtext; richtext %s | $PAGER -fr; needsterminal
# There's a reason why I bothered to include this next line, but I forgot it.
text/*; $PAGER
application/html; lynx %s; nametemplate=%s.html
application/html; lynx -dump %s; copiousoutput; nametemplate=%s.html
application/postscript; ps2ascii %s; copiousoutput
application/pdf; ps2ascii %s; copiousoutput; nametemplate=%s.pdf
# Recent versions of Vim come with a plugin for viewing the contents of
# tarballs:
application/x-tar-gz; vim %s; needsterminal
application/x-tar-gz; gunzip -c %s | tar tf -; copiousoutput
application/x-gunzip; gzcat; copiousoutput
application/x-gzip; gzcat; copiousoutput
application/msword; catdoc %s; copiousoutput
application/x-tex; $PAGER
application/xml; $PAGER
application/pgp-signature; $PAGER
tutorials_dotfiles_.mailcap_jwodder.txt · Last modified: 2021/03/23 16:07 by hc9