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Author tim.golden
Recipients Daniel.Szoska, Dmitry.Jemerov, Hugo.Lol, Michał.Pasternak, Roman.Evstifeev, Suzumizaki, Vladimir Iofik, aclover, adamhj, brian.curtin, eric.araujo, frankoid, jaraco, kaizhu, loewis, me21, r.david.murray, shimizukawa, tim.golden, vldmit, vstinner
Date 2014-04-20.14:47:09
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Another version of the patch: this one, in addition to removing the unnecessary encodes, also does the check for extensions before attempting to open the registry key, and narrows down the try-catch block to just the attempt to read the "Content Type" value.

This does mean that if any process is unable to read HKCR or its subkeys the mimetypes.init will fail. Frankly, I can't see how that could happen, but if anyone feels strongly enough I can add extra guards so it fails silently.
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