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Re: "Semantic" shell? (for lack of better name)

Le vendredi 02 janvier 2009 à 20:51 -0600, Bryan Bishop a écrit :
> I'd like to work on a method to search for packages based off of
> recognized input file formats and recognized output file formats of
> the contained program(s).

That doesn’t exist for output file formats, but for input file formats,
we already have such a registry in the app-install-data package. If you
want to look for code making use of this data, you can have a look at
gnome-app-install or at the relevant nautilus code[0].

 [0] http://patch-tracking.debian.net/patch/series/view/nautilus/2.24.2-1/20_open-with_install.patch

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