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David Timms wrote:
Hi, this is my first kde list post ;-)
I have a review request  up for tnef, a "transport neutral
encapsulation format" (ie outlook rich text email attachment
Since this is really just a command line program, I spent a
bit of time
creating a shell script that can be called from gnome/nautilus
manager, and which creates a directory of similar name to the
decode, and then extracts the contents of the archive into
Jason notes that this doesn't work for kde.
Unable to find any specific documents regarding this, I tried
kdebase, and trying it myself. What I found was that the mime-
known about, and dolphin shows the match terms that I have
However, I am not automatically offered to extract the
I was able to open with, choose the specific
close, and then it works OK.
1. Would such integration of a command line program with the
filemanager be welcome ?
2. Is there already kde/qt apps for extracting tnef archives
(new word) ?
3. If not, where would be some info, on creating the open with
association within the rpm package spec, or hints on what to
actually do ?
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There are service menus you can add to handle specific filetypes
(and execute commands). A KIO slave could do something similar
as well, but it's a little more involved. If you really want it
/in/ KDE, code for Ark to open such files would be best.
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