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mimeview - display files, using mailcap mechanism.




mimeview [OPTION...] FILE [FILE ...]


GNU mimeview -- display files, using mailcap mechanism.
-a, --no-ask[=TYPE-LIST]
  do not ask for confirmation before displaying files, or, if TYPE-LIST is given, do not ask for confirmation before displaying such files whose MIME type matches one of the patterns from TYPE-LIST
-d, --debug[=FLAGS]
  enable debugging output
-h, --no-interactive, --print
  disable interactive mode
  use metamail to display files
-n, --dry-run
  do not do anything, just print what whould be done
-t, --mimetypes=FILE
  use this mime.types file
Common options
--config-file=FILE, --rcfile=FILE
  load this configuration file
  show configuration file summary
--config-lint, --rcfile-lint
  check configuration file syntax and exit
--config-verbose, --rcfile-verbose
  verbosely log parsing of the configuration files
--no-site-config, --no-site-rcfile
  do not load site configuration file
--no-user-config, --no-user-rcfile
  do not load user configuration file
  set configuration parameter
  show compilation options
Global debugging settings
  set Mailutils debugging level
  show source info with debugging messages
-?, --help give this help list
--usage give a short usage message
-V, --version
  print program version
Mandatory or optional arguments to long options are also mandatory or optional for any corresponding short options.

Default mime.types file is /usr/share/cups/mime/mime.types

    Debug flags are:

g - Mime.types parser traces l - Mime.types lexical analyzer traces 0-9 - Set debugging level


Report bugs to <>.


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This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it. There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.


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FSF MIMEVIEW (1) June 2012
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