In Quirky 1.1, if one runs "update-mime-database /usr/share/mime", all the custom puppy mime info (e.g. dotpet, dotpup, sfs, etc) will be gone.
The reason for this? I think you hand-crafted the /usr/share/mime/application/pet.xml and the /usr/share/mime/globs --- which is supposed to be generated
automatically by update-mime-database from xml files /usr/share/mime/packages. The auto-generation will overwrite your handcrafted files.
So what I did is I gathered all the custom mime info you hand-crafted, and put them together into an xml file which can be put into /usr/share/mime/packages directory. This way, every time you run update-mime-database, puppy mime will be auto-generated as well. In the future, when you add new mime types, you
can just insert it into this file and re-run update-mime-database.
James, thanks very much for this. I have put /usr/share/mime/packages/puppy.xml into the shared-mime-info template in Woof, also into the 'shared-mime-info-0.70-2.pet' package used by Quirky and some other builds.
Note, this hasn't made it into Quirky 1.2, but will be in the next upload of Woof.
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