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From: [email protected] on behalf of John-Mark Gurney [[email protected]] Sent: Thursday, August 12, 1999 3:37 PM To: [email protected]; [email protected] Subject: Request for MIME media type Text/Vendor Tree - vnd.fly Name : John-Mark Gurney E-mail : [email protected] MIME media type name : Text MIME subtype name : Vendor Tree - vnd.fly Required parameters : none Optional parameters : none Encoding considerations : 7bit ASCII Text, characters 040 through 0176 including standard white space characters such as 011, 012, 013, 014 and 015. There are no line length limitations as we do not parse the file line by line. Security considerations : fly files are normally parsed at the server level. so the security is very smiliar to that of html and other text types. text/vnd.fly files do usually interact w/ a database, so you have to make sure that the user supplied data is correct, but this is something that you normally need to do. All parsed files are pulled from the local filesystem, so there is not a problem of a user suppling data that gets parsed unless you let the user modify your pages. Interoperability considerations : none, the files are platform independant Published specification : publication at http://www.flyidea.com will coincide with release of product Applications which use this media : mod_fly for the web daemon module and fly.cgi for the cgi version Additional information : 1. Magic number(s) : 2. File extension(s) : fly 3. Macintosh file type code : text/vnd.fly is a text file markup that gets translated to produce output Person to contact for further information : 1. Name : John-Mark Gurney 2. E-mail : [email protected] Intended usage : Common associate fly extensions with our cgi/module so that apache called the proper handler for it... Author/Change controller : Fly Idea, Inc. is the producer of the product and will have ultimate control of changes, John-Mark is just a contact person.