Hi guenter -
It edited & used mimetypes.rtf, was hard to use and could add new items.
I'm not surprised few people used it. Most don't need to as most times the default set is sufficient, and they probably don't really know what a mime-type is. And of course, if you don't know what a mime-type is, how are you going to use the editor?
(To be honest, I don't think KM actually needs a built-in mime editor.
Not many people need it, and when they do it is better to download an extension -- like rvjmimeedit! It has to do with "The Browser, the whole Browser and nothing but the Browser"
, which KM fulfils admirably.)
@JujuLand - the structure is a bit scary, but once I saw the real thing in 1.5.4 it became clear: like SGML with opening and closing tags, elements and attributes. I don't yet grasp the sordid details entirely -- can't be bothered
-- but the schema is now clear!
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