RE: Performance

> And unlike a nautilus-only mime cache (probably keyed off of the
> filename), the mime-type will follow that specific file around,
> regardless of how its name or location may change.  Additionally, the
> odds of someone changing the contents of a file w/o changing the name
> are relatively slim.  If can decided on some mime-type
> EA, then Konq, nautilus, etc. can use the same mime-type for the file. 
> (of course, this requires other steps, like agreeing on a common name
> for some of the mime types).

This agreeing on a common name is already done.  That's why we have mime
types in principle =).  I can't recall the RFC name though!

> -- 
> Shahms King <shahms shahms com>

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