Good morning Jon,

> > Does it return something like "image/jpeg; charset=binary"?
> 
> No, I get just "regular file", both for the .d files and for .jpg files.
> 
> If I use "file -bI" instead, I get "image/jpeg".

That's what I suspected. The 'file' command behaves different on Linux
and Mac (-bI vs -bi).

We must either dispatch depending on the '*OS' global, or find a
portable way.

Cheers,
- Alex
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