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Author dlchambers
Recipients barry, benhoyt, brian.curtin, dlchambers, ishimoto, r.david.murray, sayap, terry.reedy, tim.golden
Date 2012-12-10.03:31:56
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> removing read_windows_registry()
If you're suggesting hardcoding *ALL* the mimetypes for *ALL* OSes, I think that's probably the best overall solution.
No variability, as fast as can be.
The downside is that there would occasionally be an unrecognized type, thus there'd need to be diligence to keep the hardcoded list up to date, but overall I think Ben Hoyt's suggestion is best.
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