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NAME

       xfmmailcap - show mailcap information as parsed by xfm

SYNOPSIS

       xfmmailcap --help

       xfmmailcap mime-type [(default|all|edit|view) [filename]]

DESCRIPTION

       xfmmailcap parses the xfm(1)'s mailcap file (see xfm_mailcap(5) for its
       format) and prints information about what command xfm  would  use  when
       told to open a file of the given mime-type.

       If there is no second argument, the default it default.

       If there is a third argument, xfmmailcap will insert this filename into
       the action.  (This is not yet implemented)

ACTIONS

   all
       Show all information collected about this mime-type.

   default
       Show the action xfm(1) would start when confronted  with  this  action,
       together  with  all debug output xfm would show when the echoMimeSearch
       resource represents True.  It first tries everything  the  edit  action
       would  show  and  if  nothing  is  found  there, then it tries the view
       action.

   edit
       Find the best (in the sense of highest priority) command to  edit  this
       mime type.

   view
       Find  the  best (in the sense of highest priority) command to view this
       mime type.  (There is yet no way to trigger that from within xfm).

CAVEAT

       xfmmailcap     has     the     paths     $HOME/.xfm/xfm_mailcap     and
       /etc/X11/xfm/xfm_mailcap   built  in  statically.   This  differs  from
       xfm(1), where all of these can be changed by means of X resources.

FILES

       $HOME/.xfm/xfm_mailcap
              If this file exists, it is read and its content used as  mailcap
              database.  See xfm_mailcap(5) for its format.

       /etc/X11/xfm/xfm_mailcap
              If  the  previous  file  is not found, this one is used instead.
              Same format.

SEE ALSO

       xfm(1), xfm_mailcap(5).

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright (C) 2006 Bernhard R. Link
       This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There  is
       NO  warranty;  not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
       PURPOSE.