[TxMt] Re: Can I hide .txt extension in TextMate?
andreas88ab at gmail.com
Fri Jan 7 13:04:19 UTC 2011
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On 07.01.11 09.29, "Allan Odgaard" <mailinglist at textmate.org> wrote:
> On 5 Jan 2011, at 20:16, Steve King wrote:
>>  The 'file' command does this pretty successfully, though it does
>> sometimes get fooled trying to identify the specifics of text files.
> The main type used with TextMate ;)
>> Many editors use a combination of content detection and file extension to
>> figure out the file type. (That's a hint, Allan! :-)
> TextMate does that as well via the firstLineMatch in grammars.
> Though having to infer file type from content is IMHO often a bad idea.
> Consider a hypothetical file browser which allows you to specify user actions
> based on the file type. If you are browsing a network share, showing the
> proper actions for your files now require sending (lots of) content over the
> You may also browse /etc where some files are readable only by root. The file
> browser probably has a way to request admin privileges when needed, so should
> it have a demon (running as root) help it determine the file types?
> There is also the case of envelope file types, for example if a file has the
> magic gzip header, should it be decompressed and resubmitted to a file type
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