begeddov at jfinity.com
Wed Dec 9 01:56:40 GMT 1998
>one of the great values of MIME is its use with unknown quantities and
>content negotiation; depending on user settings and user agent
>capabilities, the pretty picture might be a PNG, a JPEG, a GIF, a BMP,
This is definitely the case with HTTP as the access method. That's why I
used FTP in the example. There isn't any content negotiation in that case.
The same is true of the "file" access method. In the case of HTTP, the
content-type can be seen as more of a hint.
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