gvfs-mime - Get or set mime handlers


   gvfs-mime --query {MIMETYPE}

   gvfs-mime --set {MIMETYPE} {HANDLER}


   gvfs-mime can query information about applications that are registered
   to handle a mime-type, or set the default handler for a mime-type.

   Gvfs obtains this information from the shared-mime-info database. The
   default handler is stored per-user, in the file

   MIMETYPE should be a mime-type such as text/plain or application/mbox.
   HANDLER should be the name of an existing desktop file such as


   The following options are understood:

   -h, --help
       Prints a short help text and exits.

       Shows the version number and exits.

       Query the handler for MIMETYPE.

       Set the default handler for MIMETYPE to HANDLER.


   On success 0 is returned, a non-zero failure code otherwise.


   gvfs-open(1), Shared MIME-Info specification[1]


    1. Shared MIME-Info specification

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