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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 29090] - Multiple extensions incorrectly handled if one of them is unknown
Date Mon, 08 May 2006 07:53:41 GMT
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OvdSpek@LIACS.NL changed:

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------- Additional Comments From OvdSpek@LIACS.NL  2006-05-08 07:53 -------
> This is normal and documented behaviour with multiviews.  

It may be documented, but why is it normal?

> Where in the documentation does it claim that the order of 'extensions'
prevents it? 

If it doesn't, the documentation should be fixed too. :)
If you look at #39485, Will Rowe says: "File name components have always been
ordered (1st to last) with the last one replacing the mime control and filter
control of the previous segment."

If I have file.mpg.torrent, the type of that file is .torrent, not .mpg.
The same applies to .tar.gz. The type is .gz, you can't untar it without first
ungzipping it.

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