Kevin Grover wrote:
> I don't really know enough to have an option on what the correct
> approach is, but I do agree that more thinking needs to occur.
> This svn:mime-type discussion seems similar to (or at least related
> to) the svn:mime-type discussion that went on not too long ago about
> identifying binary files (and a possible property to help _really_
> know if the file is textual or binary regardless of the intended use).
> I ranted on that about re-purposing svn:mime-type for unintended
> As in that case, it seems to me that it's cleaner to have the actual
> use cases separated out (charset, binary, base-mime-type, whatever)
> and then use whatever info is needed to construct the Content-Type on
> the fly as needed).
> And, whichever why this leads, I think the autoprops could definitely
> use some revamping. Is that something that could happen with 1.6? By
> this I mean, if I (or someone) beat on it and found something people
> like, would it be a candidate for inclusion in 1.6 or 1.7, or would it
> have to wait for a 2.x release.
That depends almost entirely on the end result and, specifically, how
gracefully it allows previous incarnations of the feature to continue to work.
C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
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Received on 2008-07-09 01:54:24 CEST