Launch default application from file in command line.
Is it possible to launch a default application with a file from the
command line, e.g. something like:
which would retrieve the default PDF viewer and launch it on "myfile"?
For the moment, I have a bash script called with "launch <argument>",
which analyzes the extension of <argument> and calls the program; e.g.
"launch myfile.pdf" spots "pdf" and calls "evince myfile.pdf". The
problem is that it won't follow automatically if I decide to change my
default PDF viewer or in case I create a new file/program association
(unless I make the script read some configuration file somewhere, I