Hey Benjamin On Sat, 2012-08-25 at 15:44 +0200, Benjamin Drung wrote: > > text/x-java > > text/x-haskell > > [...] > Java and Haskell are compiled, but not interpreted languages. I guess (!!) what was meant there was the source files, e.g. in case of Java one has: *.java - source file *.class - binary (hope I didn't mix those two up now ^^) And in this case, "text/" is still preferred. Now obviously there's a small border; I guess IETF's idea is: "Can it be exectued/interpreted directly or by some interpreter? Then application/*" With things like SVG it's quite tricky,... SVG has "application/" (as most XML types will have)... the reason probably, that it's interpreted into "drawing commands". Yeah.... strange all this ^^. Chris.
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