Mikhail Teterin wrote: > On субота 14 липень 2007, Daniel Bye wrote: > = So it's beginning to look as if your best bet is in fact to make your > = script handle sending the mail. > > Yeah, seems like it... > > = Not the cleanest solution, but one that will get your messages formatted > = exactly how you want them. > > Well, I started looking into how much effort would it be to translate the > strings returned by libmagic(3)'s routines into Content-Type. > > If it is easy enough, I could hack cron to analyze the job's output using > magic_buffer(3) and set Content-Type if anything recognizable is detected... > > The translation is the difficult part :-( Instead of the standardized > > text/html > > for example, libmagic returns: > > HTML document text > > It is trying to be human-readable, while I need the machine-readable strings.
Is /usr/share/misc/magic.mime of any use? Apparently it is consulted by file(1) when called with -i. According to libmagic(3), magic_open() with the MAGIC_MIME flag should do the same. Cheers, Dan _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"