Brian Lloyd writes:
 > What if we change this to:
 >   if a 'content_type' attribute exists, it is used
 >   else if the object's id seems to have a file extension
 >           (. in the id), try to use guess_content_type
 > >  else if there is a 'default_content_type' attribute, use that
 >   else fall back to the hated application/octet-stream 
 >        (or, I've seen x-unknown-content-type used before,
 >         but I don't know if this is really any better).
 > Then we could put a 'default_content_type' attribute in the 
 > class of dtml documents and methods, which would take care of 
 > the most common case. Thoughts?

Sounds pretty good.  Setting 'default_content_type' can then be
another item in the unwritten Guide to Writing a Zope Product.

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