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       Courriel::Header::ContentType - The content type for an email part


       version 0.47


           my $ct = $part->content_type();
           print $ct->mime_type();
           print $ct->charset();

           my %attr = $ct->attributes();
           while ( my ( $k, $v ) = each %attr ) {
               print "$k => $v\n";


       This class represents the contents of a "Content-Type" header attached to an email part.
       Such headers always include a mime type, and may also include additional information such
       as a charset or other attributes.

       Here are some typical headers:

         Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8

         Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary=abcdefghijk

         Content-Type: image/jpeg; name="Filename.jpg"


       This class supports the following methods:

   Courriel::Header::ContentType->new_from_value( ... )
       This takes two parameters, "name" and "value". The "name" is optional, and defaults to

       The "value" is parsed and split up into the mime type and attributes.

   Courriel::Header::ContentType->new( ... )
       This method creates a new object. It accepts the following parameters:

       ·   name

           This defaults to 'Content-Type'.

       ·   value

           This is the full header value.

       ·   mime_type

           A string like "text/plain" or "multipart/alternative". This is required.

       ·   attributes

           A hash reference of attributes from the header, such as a boundary, charset, etc. The
           keys are attribute names and the values can either be strings or
           Courriel::HeaderAttribute objects. Values which are strings will be inflated into
           objects by the constructor.

           This is optional, and can be an empty hash reference or omitted entirely.

       The header name, usually "Content-Type".

       The raw header value.

       Returns the mime type value passed to the constructor. However, this value will be in all
       lower-case, regardless of the original casing passed to the constructor.

       Returns the charset for the content type, which will be the value found in the
       "attributes", if one exists.

       Returns a hash (not a reference) of the attributes passed to the constructor.

       Attributes are Courriel::HeaderAttribute objects.

       The keys of the hash are all lower case, though the original casing is preserved in the
       "name()" returned by the Courriel::HeaderAttribute object.

       Returns true unless the attachment looks like text data. Currently, this means that is has
       a charset defined and the charset is not "binary".

       Given a key, returns the named Courriel::HeaderAttribute object. Obviously, this value can
       be "undef" if the attribute doesn't exist. Name lookup is case-insensitive.

       Given a key, returns the named attribute's value as a string. Obviously, this value can be
       "undef" if the attribute doesn't exist. Name lookup is case-insensitive.

       The attribute is a Courriel::HeaderAttribute object.

       Returns the object as a string suitable for a header value (but not folded). Note that
       this uses the original casing of the mime type as passed to the constructor.


       This class extends Courriel::Header.


       This class does the "Courriel::Role::HeaderWithAttributes" role.


       Bugs may be submitted at <>.

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       The source code repository for Courriel can be found at


       Dave Rolsky <>


       This software is Copyright (c) 2018 by Dave Rolsky.

       This is free software, licensed under:

         The Artistic License 2.0 (GPL Compatible)

       The full text of the license can be found in the LICENSE file included with this